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jonathan: first, an arrest made after a teenaged girl was stabbed to death. we broke this as breaking news last night. the police say the deadly encounter started with an argument on a metro bus. alison: they are still piecing together how this escalated. let's get right to jay korff with new information on the
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suspect here? jay: in the last hour, we have learned a lot about 18-year-old kyla jones. the authorities say that she knew the victim and turner celfin in after last night's argument that turned fatal. along the 600 block of emerson street in northwest, crime scene tape secures a small bouquet of flowers. earlier, this intersection was the the police say that two teenaged girls know to each other argued on an approaching metro bus. later, the verbal altercation spilled onto the street, where one teenager stabbed the other in the chest. 17-year-old kaelia minor was pronounced dead at the hospital. tonight, they announced the arrest of 18-year-old suspect kyla jones.
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here, and this is not child's play. one of them is dead. jay: mayor muriel bowser is talking candidly about the deadly confrontation that was entirely avoidable. mayor bowser: i don't know the motive behind this, i don't know what caused this fight, but i know whatever it was, it was not important enough for a 17-year-old to be dead and one to have signed her life away. jay: motive. what was the argument about on the bus? we should learn more about that in the wake of kyla jones' first quarter appearance, scheduled for tomorrow. alison: this just in from loudoun county, a report of a clown incident in ashburn.
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when he approached. the man lunged at him and chased him. he said the man's face was painted like a clown. this comes on the heels of a series of creepy clown incidents all over the country. jonathan: campaign news, if you are counting, we are 20 days away from the election. right now we are less than 24 hours until the final debate. this election cycle has been unlim ke any, scott thuman is in las vegas. scott: from accusatory women and russian suspicion, the final days are hard not to be distracted. >> it makes you want to unplug the internet. >> they want to distract us from
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camp's that they often fall on deaf ears. >> if he did grope a woman come is it that important? we have bigger fish to fry. scott: both sides are now playing defense. how prepared do you have to be for other shoes dropping? >> with 20-plus days to go, they will drop any inhibitions they can. >> against our campaign and the democratic national committee, akin to a modern-day watergate. sky: crises and the occasional october surprise do arise. lbj try to engineer a peace deal. and george w. bush had to defend against an 11th hour revelation he had been arrested for drunk driving decades earlier.
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furious. is this live by the sword, die by the sword? >> no doubt. >> we are expecting donald trump will probably come prepared to implement his "scorched earth" policy. jonathan: today, president obama called on donald trump to stop whining about nonexistent voter responded by inviting the presidents half bother to the debate. he is from kenya. he said that the nine women who accuse donald trump of sexually assaulting them are not telling the truth, and of course, he is a trump supporter for stop scott thuman will be live in las vegas tomorrow night with highlights and analysis. alison: a percentage of tweets
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according to researchers at oxford university, one third of the pro-trump tweets during the first presidential debate were created by automated accounts called bots. the same was true of 22% of pro-clinton traffic. they say that more than 50 messages per day are almost always automated. steve: today, above average temperatures, three degrees shy of the national, breaking records at bwi marshall and dulles. tomorrow morning, lots of sunshine, clouds through the midday. daytime highs 80 to 85. we are tracking a cold front that will arrive sooner than you would like. the timing of what to expect in the upcoming weekend coming up in a few minutes. alison: a motorcyclist is dead
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during the evening rush on route seven. sky track 7 flew over the scene. three other people were hurt, but their injuries are not considered life-threatening. the circumstances are still under investigation. jonathan: it was a wild chain of events and prints are discounting him a robbery, a car crash, then a carjacking. the suspects got away. one week later, we have new surveillance video and our first chance to hear the frantic 911 calls made after the robbery. tim barber has tonight's revelations. surveillance video was violent. despite what you are about to witness, remember that these robbers only got away with 400 bucks. two robbers burst through the diner door. seconds later, a third walks in and pistol whips the cashier twice before he forces him to pull cash from the register. all three robbers are in and out
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three guys, masked, just left. tim: you can hear the panic in the voice. >> they got into a car and fled. >> they told me not to come out. >> is everybody ok? tim: when we interview the cashier the next day, blood was still dripping from his ear. >> they said everybody get on the floor. tim: they before they crashed on the bw parkway, causing a seven-vehicle pileup. then they shot at an suv until the driver handed it over. they recover the stolen suv in northwest washington, but not the robbers. all of that for 400 bucks. seven people were taken to hospital, luckily only with minor injuries. developing now, a chillingly familiar story, bullets flying right into homes.
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prince william county, bringing the total number of shootings to more than 20. tom roussey went searching for answers and has with the police are saying. tom: alison, i met the intersection in this neighborhood. sunday night, just before 10:00, gunshots that way, two striking a home. minutes later, gunshots this way, one of them striking a home. prince william county say it's difficult to patrol to stop these incidents because they keep happening over a widely scattered area. >> we just heard two shots and we stayed away from the windows. tom: neighbors heard the shots 10:00 sunday night. >> i got up, checked my house come and everything seemed ok. tom: the next day when she was walking by her upstairs guest bedroom -- >> i said there is a lot of light in that room.
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tom: she said that you can see the bullet fragment in this picture. >> if my blinds had not been in my window, it would have went through the wall. tom: she said the bullet would have headed towards the better that she was in. she heard the police that night, heading to this other neighborhood homes that was hit in two places minutes earlier. the homeowners say they were not home. prince william county homes hit by unexplainable gunfire this year. county police believe most incidents are not connected. they say they do not think there is one person or group randomly shooting homes, but they believe in some cases they involve misusing a gun and firing an errant shot not intended for the house. prince william county police are asking residents for help.
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your neighborhood or if you hear gunfire, please call immediately. the quicker they get to the neighborhood, the quicker they hopefully apprehend somebody in the future. reporting live in woodbridge, tom roussey, abc 7 news. alison: the same goes for this next story -- there is a search for suspects after a series of car break-ins and thefts in arlington. as many as 20 cars were broken into, four of them stolen between saturday and north arlington in the west over neighborhood. this morning, another stolen car and three more break-ins. the police say keep your car locked, keep valuables out of view you, and report any suspicious activity. jonathan: still ahead -- staggering new stats about student debt. how much worse it has gotten. alison: and a touching story of compassion.
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not just pack a school lunch for her son.
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on issues that matter to northern virginia, barbara comstock and donald trump have a lot in common. bill o'reilly: overturn roe v. wade; that's a specific thing that you would do? comstock: i think roe v. wade should be overturned. trump and comstock. trump: i'm totally for defunding. we shouldn't be giving to planned parenthood. while comstock voted five times to defund planned parenthood. northern virginia, we need luann bennett. standing up to trump and comstock. standing up for us. i'm luann bennett
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italy's prime minister and his wife or the honored guests at the final state dinner of the obama presidency. a celebrity chef serve his own take on the italian classics to the 400 people gathered on the south lawn. some of the ingredients came from the first ladies garden at the white house. speaking of the first lady, she wore this rose gold colored gown by first psyche -- versace with consumer news come and former wells fargo ceo john stumpf may have known about those fake accounts and the scandal sooner than he claimed. last month the bank fired 5,300 workers over the creation of up to 52 million fake accounts. john stumpf said he was not
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of widespread unethical activity. cnn has not been able to determine if the letters were sent or whether stumpf got them. he resigned last week. alison: college graduates are leaving school with more debt than ever before according to the institute of college access and success. the average undergrad faced more than $30,000 in loans last year, up 4% from 2014. as had loans last year. in 1993, less than half of all new grads had them. jonathan: the start of a high-profile trial in charlotte. a graphic, disturbing article in "rolling stone" described a gang rape at a university of virginia frat house, which turned out to be false. now a uva administrator is
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magazine. stay with abc seven and 7 for updates. alison: a lesson in compassion from a mom in new mexico. the sweet reason that she packs two one just for her young son. she said that her son asked her to pack extra food for a little boy who needs it. that child's mother lost her job and cannot afford to pay for a school lunch. >> she said, it's for this little boy at school. it hits home because a few years ago we were homeless. we were living in our car. we did not have food. alison: the girl's volleyball team at the school raised more than $400 to pay them back. instead, she gave the money to the cafeteria for all past due accounts for kids who need lunch.
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a beloved abc star is a mom for second time, kerry washington giving birth to a baby boy. it's the second child for washington and her husband. they also have a daughter. washington, who plays olivia up on the show "scandal," had a baby bump in season five. season six begins in january. steve: we broke two records today and are likely to break a couple more tomorrow. degrees, well above average. 59 to 67 overnight, the coolest air in the north and western suburbs. may have patchy fog, but will not amount to a whole lot in the morning. short sleeves, dress for comfort, grabbed the sunglasses, you will need them. even though it will be a little on the cool side early on, the
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stormwatch 7, 80 to 85 leesburg and barry vale -- berryville. closer to the d.c. metro, a good deal of sunshine in the morning. clouds in the afternoon, but still should make it to about 85 degrees downtown d.c. southern maryland a little cooler closer to the water. otherwise, charlotte hall, leonardtown, 83, 84. hours, as we push through the late evening. we could pick up a few showers. i do not anticipate a whole lot, at least not at 10:00 tomorrow night. into the day thursday, widespread showers, and then we look for a cold front to move through. that cold front is going to bring much cooler air to the area as we move into the upcoming weekend. you will definitely feel the difference.
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change come already near the peak in extreme western maryland, garrett county, eventually moving further to the east the next couple weeks or so. the d.c. metro, give it another week, 10 days and it will start looking absolutely beautiful. the fall foliage contest continues on abc 7. send your pictures to we will pick a winner thursday night, announce the winner friday morning on "good morning washington," and you may win 80's thursday. a frontal system arrives late thursday into friday. highs friday only near 70. saturday will be windy, highs in the upper 50's, the windchill factor -- let me say that again -- the windchill factor in the upper 40's, lower 50's. then the lower 60's sunday, middle 60's monday. erin: it's not halloween, don't scare us.
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weather. jonathan: as if the redskins had enough problems on the field, now they have them off the field? erin: the redskins go tweet to t weet with one of espn's biggest
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>> desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. erin: we begin with the capitals tonight, washington hosting colorado at the verizon center. oshe is off to way hot start, third goal, scoring two tonight. in the first, the caps on the power play, finding alex ovechkin, scoring from an impossible angle. wow, 1-0 caps.
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first of the season. caps on the power play again, oshe and nicklas backstrom, oshe goes top shelf. he would add another in the third and capitals win 3-0. it's their first shutout. the wizards and cavaliers in preseason action. lebron james, looks to be in midseason form. drives the defense, the slam. cavs trying for another highlight play, but not so much. the wizards get it and run the break to perfection. the pretty finish. the wizards beat the cavs, 96-91. alds game four, indians one win away from advancing to the world series, but it would not happen tonight. the blue jays avoid the sweep and beat cleveland 5-1.
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after stephen a smith saw a post game video of a couple of redskins excited linemen, he went off on his show this morning, and he did not hold back. >> you are literally going to walk rate locker room bragging -- bragging about the fact that "we are the real champions of the nfc east." you want a cookie? no wonder losers. you are not even in first place. you beat the philadelphia eagles? erin: that set off some of the redskins players. some of them said things with emojis that i cannot say on television.
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he did not like it, and he would respond tomorrow, and baker said, bring it on. stay tuned. i'm sure this is not going anywhere. we will have more tomorrow. jonathan: you know he will not go face to face because he would only come up to about his chest. erin: and i'm sure they would have a few words for him. that's why he says these things come he does not have to go face-to-face. alison attention for it, too. jonathan: still ahead, jogging
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alison: michael phelps led hundreds of people on a two mile run in boston today. no word on how woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing to represent me. man: or me. woman: or me. woman: barbara comstock would overturn roe vs. wade. barbara comstock: i think roe vs. wade should be overturned. woman: barbara comstock voted to defund planned parenthood... man: five times. woman: barbara comstock is against marriage equality. man: she even voted to let federal contractors discriminate against gay employees... man: twice. woman: barbara comstock. too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: house majority pac
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alison: cooldown is coming. steve: not until thursday. 85 degrees wednesday, lower 80's thursday, near 70 friday. cooler air. saturday jonathan: jimmy kimmel's next.
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, tom cruise. from "dr. strange," tilda swinton. music from x ambassadors and tom morello. and now, as a matter of fact, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: well, that's very nice. thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching, thank you for coming. oh, how nice.


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