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"news4 midday" begins with breaking news. that breaking news out of baltimore. six people are dead after an mca bus and school bus crash they've ever seen. >> no children were on the bus at 7:00 this morning. it happened at sedgewick avenue. kristin wright is at the scene. what do you know now? >> caller: well, barbara, this was supposed to be just a regular tuesday morning for people on those two buses. and the person in that smashed up mustang right here but it
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take away those two buss that collided for some reason. the crash was horrific. six people are dead. >> when the dust settles, we don't know whose loved onesee who's going to get the phone call this evening that it was their loved one. that's what got me all choked up because this is something. this is sad. >> reporter: police say in the mca bus also died. business say they don't know why the school bus driver lost control. >> the school bus struck the mustang continued eastbound then struck the pillar at the loudoun park cemetery. >> reporter: then smashed into the other bus. palau jones was supposed to be on that bus. >> i'm glad i didn't get on that bus.
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i do send our prayers to each and every person who have lost the loved one and especially this community. >> reporter: when you see those pictures you understand that police are saying this is a complicated crash scene. ten people were taken to the hospital, their injuries range from minor to critical. back to you. here's what we know. maryland transit division is a division of the maryland department of transportation. mta operates commuter rail and light trains. it's one of the largest multitransit systems in the united states. look for updates throughout the day on the nbc washington app. >> prince george's police trying to figure out who shot and killed a man outside of this home.
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he's not been identified yet. no information about a suspect has released either. we're also following developing news out of d.c. police telling us that there were multiple snatch and grab robberies in northwest overnight. at least five happened in northwest in ruffle 45 minutes. it's not known if any incidents were connected. right now, part of rockville pike is still closed because of a downed wire. scene at 6:00 this morning. one right lane on the northbound and southbound sides is open. two left lanes are still blocked on the northbound and southbound sides. at one point, backups were a mile long. after a chilly start to the day, storm team 4 meteorologist lauryn ricketts is here with us. lauryn. >> yeah, definitely can expect changes. and changes for the better.
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we started in the 40s and 50s. we're seeing a little south wind. high pressure to the south of us. that's going to help keep our temperatures on the right side. and heading into the 70s tomorrow. not today, though, we're going to keep the clouds around. temperatures still in the lower 50s. we have moved up, 55 degrees. but there's that south wind i was talking about. low 50s is what we're tomorrow. we've got a couple 70 degree days on that ten-day forecast i'll show you that in a few minutes. a manhunt is under way until suffolk county for a suspect in an assault. police say the man you see here looks like the person who dragged a woman into a ditch after rammed her suv into her
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herd for more than two hours. if you saw anything between 2:30 and 5:00 yesterday morning. and turning now to decision 2016. you are looking at a live picture of donald trump and pence in king of prussia. he's expected to give a policy speech on replacing affordable care. meantime, hillary clinton spent her day in the battleground state of florida. she's also getting help from vice presideid tracie potts has the latest on that. >> i will tell you this, if they want to look at more e-mails of one of my staffers by all means, look at them. i know they will reach the same conclusion they reached when they looked at my e-mails, right? >> reporter: as the fbi dug through hundreds of thousands of e-mails of a top aide, sources confirm that the agency is also taking a preliminary look at the
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trump's former campaign manager paul manafort. >> the director was discussed an investigation involving one candidate. it opens the director up to claims that bias, if he doesn't discuss other potential investigations. >> reporter: manafort denied receiving more than $12 million in cash from pro-russian politicians at the time when trump praised the country's leader and the u.s. expected russia of it has energized the trump campaign. >> i guarantee you there are many, many of the e-mails missing are in there. >> reporter: wikileaks also said that donna brazile gave the clinton campaign a headsup on the debate. tracie potts, nbc news, washington.
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politician, a reminder about a special forum we're hosting for millennial voters. it's called vote your power. at lisner auditorium at george washington university. it's free but we would like you to rsvp on the nbc washington app. bill cosby is in court where his lawyers are challenging the claims of 13 women. plus, we're going to take you about an experience with gas prices after an explosion of a gas pipeline, especially in the southeast. >> and i'm melissa mollet, in alexander korea, virginia.
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i'm at the live desk with breaking news out of iraqi. a source says they've taken mosul tv buildings. it's the first time iraqi troops have set foot in the city in more than two years. mosul is iraq's second largest city. it's still under isis control. the u.s. military estimates between 3,000 and 5,000 isil
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2,000 more are on the outskirts of the city. the battle to last several more weeks and could involve soldiers going house to house. bill cosby back in court for a pretrial hearing on charges that he drugged and molested a former temple university employee. we have video of him arriving for court this morning. today prosecutors are questioning 13 accusers to show a criminal pattern that spans iv the charges. his attorney say that the women's memories are tainted and unreliable. the trial is set to begin in june. and closing arguments in a defamation lawsuit against "rolling stone" are happening in virginia. the case involves nicole aromo. she said she was unfairly portrayed in a 2014 article
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fraternity. she won $7.5 million in damages. three people are dead include two children after a hay ride crash in mississippi. this happened in newton county outside of jackson, mississippi. police say a jeep was towing a flatbed trailer and when a ford truck rear ended the trailer. two kids and an adult has died. one person is dead and explosion in alabama when a machine used to move dirt caused that explosion. officials set down the pipeline for the second time in two months. it's raising fears of another round of gas shortages and pipeline increases. the pipeline supplies gas to millions of people in the south. one of the key votes on the district's death with dignity measure is expected to happen today.
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will take up the issue. the proposal would allow doctors with terminally illnesses take a lethal dose. a federal vote on the proposal is expected later this month. it's unclear if mayor muriel bowser will sign that bill if it passes. right now there is no bus, subway or trolley service in philadelphia. nearly workers have gone son strike. some officials worry if the strike isn't resolved by next week it could impact how philadelphia residents get to the polls to vote. pennsylvania is an important swing state in the election. take a look at this time-lapsed video of the georgetown teachers getting ready for election day. they created the candidates.
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16 shades of vanilla frosting. joining us friend, of the home, kathryn and sophie, cupcake sisters. how long did that take? >> from baking and frosting and putting that all together, i would say around six hours. >> it was a long day. >> a lot of cupcaking, is that the right word? around to make sure they were properly placed. >> you have to be very precise. in a sense, your bakery has become a polling place. >> it really has. we've done it for the last few elections where we've sold the republican donkey and republican elephant cupcakes. this is the poll. we've predicted the winner in
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so people are voting with their palate. >> and nbc news/survey monkey survey came out that hillary clinton had a six-point lead. this is actually part of your election dozen? >> yes, we actually sell it in the stores. better bipartisan. it's an assortment of ak parties. or gearing up for election day. >> and for people who definitely want cupcakes of one party. we offer a democrat dozen or republican dozen. but if you're having a party with people, you want to keep things neutral and together -- >> yeah. >> you should be running for office. so, if you can't get to georgetown cupcake, you can have them sent to your home, you want to make them at home, we'll be
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the red, white and blue cupcakes. it's basically our georgetown cupcakes with red, white and blue in the batter. very patriotic. we're going to top it with the classic buttercream. we're going to start in the middle and go around in a circle and come back down in the middle. like that. >> we're going to top it with red and blue sprinkles like that. we've got these red and blue vote right here. ou flags. political party ssymbols. >> i'm going to try this. i don't know how to put it -- i admit it. >> it's easy. >> you can cover it up with sprinkles here and press it down. >> very easy. >> there you go. >> i love it. i love it. what you were saying about this, it's a little different this election round because you almost have mail-ins when it comes to the poll, because
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percentage. >> when we first started georgetown cupcake, the first time we did the cupcakes it was just based on our d.c. location. we have locations in multiple cities. we ship nationwide. so we're keeping track of the sales nationwide. this is really a reflection of america. >> i want to talk about what's coming up for you. a lot of exciting things in to >> yeah, we're enlarging into our bakeries, a 24-hour live screen. we built things, the donald trump and hillary clinton portrait on there. >> what are you doing next? >> cornucopia for thanksgiving. and look out for an amazing gingerbread cupcake for the holidays. we'll be frosting, baking, 2:00
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>> i don't know how you do it. this is wonderful. the red, white and blue cupcake. we're going to post the recipe in our nbc washington app. they all taste really good. we can agree on that. thank you so much for stopping by. >> thank you. >> back to you. if you're headed outside for the first time today or for lunch, expect more clouds today. and it's chilly out there now.
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nbc4 is working for you as winter approaches. we are helping to collect coats for the salvation army share the warmth coat drive. >> melissa mollet is live in alexandria with how you can help out with the cause. >> >> hi, good afternoon, ladies. the first thing you need to do is dig into the closet and start pulling out the coats. you may not have been thinking about the coats because we have all of this nice warm weather. here we are at the bank as you mentioned. this is what you want to be looking for. we have these bins all over the place at 25 locations. we want to introduce to you right now executive vice
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tell me why you're involved here. how important is it to you? >> well, as a local community bank, we feel strongly about giving back to the community. we think that the coat drive is a way for to us give back. a way for our customers to get involved and helping people throughout north virginia. we've done it for six years and it's been growing. >> that's great. we have a lot of coats here. and folks justik >> absolutely. i know i haven't done it but i will because we have through november 19th. we have some time. it's been hot. but it's going to get cold. we know that. we do want to help the people in need and bring them to any burke branch. >> peter, you guys have been involved for 25 years doing this. we thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts. tell us how you all are involved and what you do to make this happen.
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teamed up with the coat drive. share the warmth. i know it's warm now but you got to dig them out. folks like burke & herbert come in and do this. and we're thankful for that. >> and we take them all, you take them all over to your big facility. >> we take them and we clean them and get them all ready and lined up, set up to get them the salvation army. i believe it's going to be -- i'm not sure of the event this year downtown at the convention center. so we'll be delivering all of the coats for them. most of the coats for them, for distribution on that day. >> it's so neat it's a cool change we do every year. take a look. it's not too late to donate here. you have, as we mentioned here, through november 19th, there are 25 burke & herbert branches through virginia that are
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donations and at three locations including silver spring and bethesda. and metstar, georgetown university hospital nurses, they collected hundreds of coats in october. so you're going to have to be busy dealing with those here very soon. i want to also let you know that we're going to tell you a little more about where these coats are going to go. the people that have been impacted by the great donations coming up in 15 minutes. guys. >> morning like this morning, you definitely need a coat like that. changes are on the way. >> actually, it's kind of mild, i was thinking. even the leaves are kind of hanging on. >> you're right. october was really, really warm. the warmest october that we've had. 2007 was the warmest. i mean, this morning -- last night, you're walking around. halloween it wasn't that bad.
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little bit. i'm going to be able to give them a break and everybody else will. by the time of tomorrow and thursday, we're back to upper 70s. that warmth is giving back to 24 hours. today, not close total 70s. barely going to crack 60s in some spots. pretty cool due to the cloud cover. overnight, we got a south wind coming up. high pressure down to the south. that's going to really bring us some of that warm air. not quite as c it was last night. 40s and 50s. and then tomorrow, warming. sunshine is going to return tomorrow. looking good. all right. current temperatures now pretty much mid-50s all around. all across the board. we're headed into the low 60s today, in some spots, a lot of areas stuck in the upper 50s. we're going to keep the clouds around all throughout the day. the good news is, if you look at it with good news, we're not
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the cloud cover. you're looking fine all the way through the evening. temperatures are going to be falling slowly through the mid-50s. we will get clearing late. we could see a little patchy fog during the overnight. look at it tomorrow, sunshine moves back in. temperatures back into the upper 70s. it's going to be a great day and dry tomorrow. let me take you through the futurecast. we will have these clouds clearing out tonight. tomorrow wake up to sunshine. we'll keep it sunshine g rain moving into the area. it's going to be pretty quick maybe a few thunderstorms as well. ait moves on out of here. temperatures for thursday, before that rain, nearing 80. more details on the weekend forecast coming up. longer, lauryn. we continue to follow breaking news, we're hearing from the governor of maryland after this morning's bus crash that killed six people. we're also waiting to get a briefing from the shock trauma
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i'm pat lawson muse at the live desk. we're learning more. six people confirmed dead. five of the least 13 on board the mta bus. the school bus driver also died. there were no students on the bus at the time. the school bus was headed to pick up a student about four or five blocks awaym of the crash. governor hogan released a statement saying in part, our deepest condolences go out to the victims and their families in the wake of this tragedy. we will continue to pray for those hooper injured including the individuals in shock trauma. we are expecting shock trauma to hold a briefing in the next few minutes. you can watch that news conference in the nbc washington app. there's a new warning if you
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>> reporter: getting a ride as never been so easy. open uber or lyft on your phone order a car on demand, within minutes you're off. but across the country a growing number of fake drivers are rolling up to scam you. price gouging even robbing passengers. at airports, hotels, bars or even your home. >> it was just before 6:00 a.m. believes she was almost scammed when she ordered ayyuber at her house for a predawn ride to the airport. >> i saw a vehicle parked in the middle of the street. good morning, it's me. said go ahead and get on in. i got in his car. i realized as i was looking at my phone, is this not my uber. >> reporter: grabcowsky said she got out and spotted her uber.
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feel right. >> reporter: in a letter to the port authority of new york and new jersey uber says fake drivers have reached crisis levels with over 2,300 illegal trips happening each week at jfk and laguardia airports alone. >> it's tremendouslile scary, we know from individual complaints we've got people feel locked in
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match license plate number with the number on your app. if you're riding alone, sit in the backseat. >> look out for yourself. you have to have your own back. >> that was jolene kemp reporting. there's usually just a small fine for someone who poses as an official ride driver. uber and others are calling for harsher punishments. longer except passports with glasses in them. the state department said last year more than 200,000 passport customers submitted poor quality pictures that they couldn't accept. the number one problem were the glasses. the passports had to be put on hold. right now, the cleveland indians are preparing for what could be the game to end of the
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here in the studio. a live look at progressive field from downtown cleveland. the last living member of the 1938 team will be at progressive field. eddie robinson is 93 years old. tonight is game six of the world series. so it must be a must-win for cubs for them to take it. the cubs have not won a world series title since a chance to see inside the white house where the tour guide will not take you. "architectural digest" is out with revealing areas on the second floor of the white house. the rooms were decorated by michael smith. he also decorated president obama's oval office. the first lady said smith made the white house feel like say home for her family. >> that is going to be neat. well, if your home closet is
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we want to keep you updated on this breaking news we're following. information just in from shock trauma on the patients brought to the hospital after the bus accident this morning in balte people dead. there are five patients. one in critical condition. one in serious. and three in stable condition. no children were brought to the hospital. no children were on the school bus at the time of the wreck. nbc4 is working for you as winter approaches. we're helping to collect coats for the salvation army's share the warmth drive. >> yeah. we're trying to get ahead of the game with this one.
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alexandria with a way to help us out. hi. >> good afternoon. this is a time to think about going into the closets, pulling out something that you haven't worn and giving it new life here. as you mentioned here we are at burk & herbert bank in alexandria. is this a cool thing to do around the holidays. president of burke & herbert bank terry cole. tell us how the bank is involved and what folks can do? >> well, the bank is involved because we are collection points for coats at 25 locations throughout northern virginia. all burke and herbert branches are accepting coat donations now through november 19th. it's really important. dig in your closets.
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put them to use. >> you guys have been doing this for six years now, right? >> six years. our customers are asking us in advance, when are you starting to collect coats? >> it's wonderful. join the crowd. come on down, come to burke & herbert bank, any branch, we'll put them to use. >> major lisa hall. thank you for joining us. where do the coats >> we have families that come to the salvation army this time of year with children they're trying to figure out whether to pay their light bill or rent or buy warm coats for their children. this is a great opportunity to provide coats for them so they can pay the more important bills but not have to worry about their children going cold. >> the biggest distribution is
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convention center. >> it's an established event. people will be bringing their children with them to get a great thanksgiving community dinner. >> through november 19th, come to a burke & herbert bank branch location. they're all accepting it. and hardware three locations as well. and potomac and bethesda. and collected hundreds of coats. and they're cleaning them. giving them to families who needs them. a good thing to teach your kids, as well, tell them to go through the closets. >> well, we didn't need a heavy coat today. the time is coming. >> not tomorrow. >> not tomorrow, not thursday. to friday the temperatures aren't getting out of the 50s but the winds are coming back.
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they shoot right through you. happy november 1st. and feeling very seasonable out there with temperatures in upper 50s and lower 60s. but tomorrow, a little bit more like summer, should i say. and temperatures are going to be in the 70s tomorrow and also on thursday. thursday, we may crack 80 in some spots but then we're going to stay in the 50s friday and pretty much as we get into the weekend. but it's a no rain on the storm team 4 radar. temperatures, mid-50s. we're inching our way to that 60-degree mark. i think we'll top out around 61. we're going to keep the clouds around for much of the day. tonight and overnight, we'll start to see the clouds finally clearing. by tomorrow, we're going to have sunshine temperatures. mid-70s storm.
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heading into thursday, we're going to be dry tomorrow. temperatures on thursday, mid to upper 70s, but we do have rain moving in ahead of a frontal system. but that's a quick little shot of rain. by the time we get to friday, we're dry. all the way through the weekend we're also dry. temperatures are going to be seasonal in the lower to mid-60s, of course. daylight saving time ends on sunday morning. go ahead and set the clocks back. we gain an extra hour. no election day to next thursday. many latino families are celebrating dia de los muertos. day of the dead.
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yesterday, we celebrated halln called all hallows eve. the eve of all saints day which is today. in mexico, this is a particular big holiday called dia de los muertos. day of the day. joining us from the smithsonian. welcome. >> thank you for having me. >> i love what you set up here, this is an altar.
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countries. >> the day of the dead is a celebration but really about honoring the loved ones that have recently passed. we don't see it as a time of sadness, but we see it as a time to rejoice and commemorate those whose lives have departed recently. >> and family will lay out this kind of altar in their homes? >> yes. elaborate altars in government buildings, or museums like the smithsonian. but for home families they create a tabletop altar like the one you see here. it's simple to create using a table or maybe a box or something to create the level. and you put together an offering. this is an offering to you to welcome back the spirits of your loved ones. during this time, november 1st and november 2nd.
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>> even for the children. you grow up making these sugar skulls made out of sugar. a lot of time for school children, you make them in school. you put the name of the person you're honoring on the forehead, it really is symbolic for the sweetness of life. it teaches children from a young age that death is very much a part of life. >> do you just honor the recently dead or family members that have been gone for a san gabriel who just passed. the significance of folks who have passed in your life or community. you set out food. he was a musician. we have significant latino music that we hear today. you're able to incorporate their
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the dead which is you see there from a local bakery here. this is very specific only for this time period. it's a sweet bread that symbolizes in the shape of a skull, is symbolizes the mainstay of life. the candle symbolize fire. the water here is put out to allow a spirit to quench their thirst from their long ones. so, you see winds as well, the tissue paper cutouts like this one. >> this is beautiful. >> that allow air to come through and it acts like the wind. it's a very specific kind of design for paper cut out to symbols in the day of the dead or the people you're honoring. >> i know they celebrate in
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>> in the meso-american countries. and latino countries celebrate november 1st and 2nd as a critical components of learning about their ancestors. teaching their family members about those who have come before them. this is also a time that families come together and talk about grandpa or grandma or the aunts that people don't know about that have an gorgeous their lives. emily, thank you for coming. >> thank you for having us. >> great information there. amazon does not think that you should have to wait. starting today, you're going to find tens of thousands of deals online. the deals will be updated as often as every five minutes now through december 22nd. the sales are timed. that's the catch. you'll have to get them while you can.
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we found jackets. winter jackets on sale right now for 20 bucks.
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said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. it is now november, and the sandwich is going into the final round of its sandwich tournament.
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heart. the wonderful talented anna siegel from washingtonian magazine. and the chef, the mastermind. chef, tell us how this work? >> we got sandwich madness. kind of a spoof off the march madness. basically what we do get a bunch of industry people make sandwiches. with eight sandwiches to be made. it's bracket yl round. there will be four winners. basically you can get the sandwiches all day and night. you can order delivery. a dollar for each sandwich will go to the winner of each round. >> you get a lot of money. >> in average, we do about $5,000 in this event. looks like we're going to break that record. >> i'm going to let you go first. tell me about your delicious sandwich here.
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inspired. great roasted pork. and some of the toppings you might think about with a bowl of soup.vinaigrette. and basil and you can dip it in the au jus in the end. >> tell me about your charity of choice. >> yes, if it wins, it will benefit the charity for animals. >> that's having that you love. >> yes. i'm a dog owner. >> i want to let me know about my sandwich as well. my sandwich is called the sole stepper. you get it because it's a fried chicken sandwich with a little
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here's what happens. i put kuppe mayonnaise which i love. i love that mayonnaise. this is the killer, it's a korean red hot pepper glaze on there. depending how spicy you like it. then we top it off with this radish. it's like a radish kind of a salad. that goes on there as well to add a tah-dah! how beautiful is that sandwich? >> it looks awesome. >> seoul stepper. my charity is arc life giving community services anacostia. we don't need any reason to go to g. this time, mike, you asked food reporters. and you usually have celebrity chefs.
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two years. it was very competitive. we used a lot of chefs in the city. i wanted to go with journalists and writers, kind of let them get involved what we do. you guys are coming in and eating our food. we want to come in and eat your food. the finals will be before march madness. hopefully, one of you ladies would be there. we should taste the i want to cut it to make sure i'm not wearing the sandwich. should we give each other a half. >> yeah. >> i got the dip there. >> yeah. >> wonderful, thank you so much. it looks amazing. >> all right. >> all right. i'm going to take a big bite. mm. >> that sounds good with a nice
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anna, thank you so much. >> wow. >> what do we got going on out there right now? >> good news is the temperature has gone up a little bit. 57. also it's lunchtime. that was a great story. those sandwiches just looked like they tasted good. inches its way to 60 degrees. some areas ending up in the low 60s. all in all, we're going to keep those clouds stiin they're not going anywhere. if we do see a sprinkle, it's going to be well west of us but as we get into wednesday looking awesome as well. plenty of sunshine out there tomorrow. we'll start with sunshine on thursday before more rain on thursday night. headed out to look at the leaves, they're always peaking some some spots in shenandoah valley. >> that's going to wrap it up
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