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today, citing a couple problems with the juries. they claim that they were not swayed by the news coverage before they would start. but the defense attorneys argue that the judge should have investigated the possible claims among themselves before being allowed to do so. convicting them of corruption, saying they performed official acts to promote that dietary supplement. you can page through the entire 32-page filing for yourself on our website, wusa9.com. and two prince george's county officers are facing charges tonight. >> reporter: prosecutors say they were caught on camera beating people. one of the incidents involving a student at suitland high school. >> i'm scott broom where they were shocked to learn that a school police officer is among two who were indicted today for excessive use of force.
>> saying that everyone likes it. and plague basketball. >> and the state attorney and the police chief say that pickard was caught on school surveillance video and there is little question over the line. >> what the video tape will essentially show is the officer assaulting, allegedly assaulting a young man, who was following some sort of verbal exchange. >> what i saw was unacceptable. for allegedly punching a suspect in handicuffs in a holding cell. >> we will never turn a blind eye. >> reporter: at suitland high school, scott broom, wusa9. >> they are all anxious to get out there. >> but will they need a jacket and an umbrella with their
candy bags? you'll be cool. the showers will hold off as we will break it down hour by hour. some clouds at 7:00. by 9:00 the temperatures will be in the upper 40s, generally dry, but on the increase. still a pretty good forecast. a different forecast as it will be a wet halloween night for you, but not for us. at 5:00 temperatures are in the 50s. and by 7:00 they were mid-50s downtown and around 50 in the suburbs. but yeah, we have showers in cumberland and romney and it is cold in the upper 40s with those showers. by 9:00 the clouds will be moving in through the metro area with the temperatures in the upper 40s in the suburbs. maybe 48 in manassas and 49 in
leesburg. but 53 downtown. we will come back and track these showers as they would roll through late friday night and we'll talk about that yellow alert on saturday. >> thank you, top. sunday will mark the return of report griffin the iii as he has been given the green light to start sunday's game against the vikings. >> you would think that he's sick of talking about this rg3 thing. eventually at the end he said that he may start mccoy in the first series on sunday. yeah we appreciate it if you don't. a lot of the media and fans are tired, ready for it to come to a stop. it appears that it is. that's good news. his first game in six weeks or seven weeks i should say.
he's been practicing all week with the first team offense. and so any setbacks or any pain in his ankle as he is a go. but u coach gruden is keeping a close eye on him. >> and that is precisely with the ball. very important to make sure he's not jittery or whatsoever with his decision. make sure that he is confident, playing with the confidence that he has that everybody loves, moving forward. and that they would make the final decision. everything looks good so far. >> reporter: it is really going to be tested. they might be 3-5, but they are really good at getting to the quarterback. so the fingers are crossed that he would come out of this okay. >> he will need that ankle, yes, he is. thank you, kristin. the internal agency have shown that they could be targeted by isis or other
terrorists. they say that the memo is not connect today any specific threat, rather that it is a reminder for the pentagon employees to be careful. they warn you not to post anything online. and while in public with any badges or decals, connecting them to the military. and the candidate for governor is trying to get people to the polls both now and on election day next tuesday. hope for a little star power to help them out with the voters. the governor of new jersey, they will be back for the republican on sunday. and that it is happening to some white house power as she will campaign on monday. >> and booking to france for some of their popularity with the young people and with women to anthony brown, who is in a close race here for deep blue
maryland. >> and it will be up and crime is down. common sense gun safety reforms that will be saving lives. and everyone in maryland will share the marriage equality, no matter who they are or who they are. >> reporter: but she is not on the ballot yet. there are two signs of trouble here with a whole lot of empty seats here in reaching the coliseum. and her speech, it was repeatedly interrupted by immigration activists who were lead out by police. >> reporter: and stop worrying about our families, that it is a part of the game being reported. with the dream act, but that's not enough yet. >> we will be here for a lot of reasons for you this afternoon,
but first and foremost, to make sure that we would get that voted. >> reporter: and still the students that made it here, they were fired up. >> yes, no worries. >> yeah. oh my gosh. it is completely life changing this year. it's inane. >> it doesn't make you vote for brown? >> oh yeah. >> i don't know as much about him, but i trust her. >> reporter: and now they have reportedly been following hillary clinton all around the country, disrupting their speeches, telling the crowd here that she thinks that the immigration will be an important issue as she says that she will be proud that anthony brown and governor o'malley would help push through that dream act here. at the university of maryland college park, bruce leshan, wusa9. voters appear ready to vote on the bill, legalizing marijuana. but even before they would go to the polls, they had a hearing on how to regulate the drugs. their way of being prepared as they say they will be
anticipating the initiative. they could have two ounces of pot and grow up to three plants. all to get the issues on the ballot. >> i'm a 22-year resident of the city. i know far too many people that have been busted. they've had opportunities tonight and that when it comes to jobs, up to be discriminated against and i think that it will be time to end that business once and for all. >> it's what you might hear here in august that they would conclude that even just occasional marijuana use could lead to damage. and it is what's working and what is not as the state tax and regulated marijuana and alcohol and that it would do the same with the 15% sales tax. whether you are in dc maryland or virginia, we've got your complete voters guide on our website. just go to wusa9.com.
you u can check it out so you are prepared to head to vote next tuesday. and singer chris brown has reportedly ripped out their check point to settle a couple of lawsuits. and over the scuffle last year to the hotel in dc. tmz, they report that he paid less than $20,000 who sued over another scuffle. this one at a recording studio in west hollywood. the rush to stop ebola from spreading. coming up, the vaccine trials that will be underway in maryland and what's next. coming up, a the mess in washington - made worse with dan bongino. a tea party supporter endorsed by sarah palin. bongino will take away social security's guaranteed benefit
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now the state's governor is ready to use their full power to keep them safe. the act of defiance would come in the form of the bike ride with their boyfriend over the weekend as they wanted her to stay inside for 11 more days. and that is until the ebola incubation period was done. but that there is just no need for that since she has tested negative for the virus. >> there are things that we know that work and we're willing to do that. but i'm not willing to stand here and to let my civil rights be violated when it is not safe. >> reporter: she treated ebola patients in west africa coming back last friday. they recommend daily monitoring, but some states like maine are going above and beyond that. until the incubation period is done. that'll be november the 10th. and the nih again stressing that americans should not be so
worried about ebola spreading in this country. >> reporter: but the campus is on the forefront of figuring out how to stop the deadly virus. they gave that update today on the vaccine that is being tested on several local residents. >> and it was phase one in bethesda here. and also in other places in maryland where you would give it to those people to see if it is safe. by november we'll show if -- we'll know if it is safe. and then by december and january we'll go on a much larger trial in west africa to see if it works. if it works we'll distribute it. >> reporter: and while the other trial is getting underway this week with 120 people. arriving in switzerland today, developed by the u.s. the world health organization -- the world health organization is seeing the trial on humans. today both dulles airport and the hospital allowed
cameras into areas where staff will deal with people showing symptoms of ebola. >> here is the new screening. travelers are arriving from west africa, decked out in that private area. they are wearing protective gear, using thermometers that are no touch and that is they don't have to touch that person and anybody, the symptoms ends up being quarantined. to handle cases, they have renovated their intensive care unit, adding the extra walls and a lab. where they are invested in training and protective gear for the staff. >> the reason that crews are putting a hold on looking for more survivors. how close this molten hot lava
is to the hawaiian neighborhood. >> we'll show you the lows tonight. 42 at college park for the low. but 49 at fairfax and sterling and leesburg. we'll come back and we will talk about our next weather system. we're tracking a cold front for halloween. the halloween night, and a rough saturday ahead. we'll explain. now the wusa9 restaurant alert. i'm investigative reporter russ ptacek. for inspections text food for links to a restaurant alert. something sweet on macomb street shows that on september 26, eight violation closures citing contamination risks like eggs stored over top of ready- to-eat food with the primary violation license expired. in a statement something sweet said, "we immediately corrected the action. we were not closed because of any failures on the food." they passed reinspections and back in business. click suspended restaurants to
after filling out their hogan iquestionaire, aight. hogan was awarded an a- from the nra. but now he refuses to release his responses. the nra opposes comprehensive background checks. they want to weaken maryland's gun safety laws. even support letting suspects on the fbi terror watch list buy guns. on gun safety and terror, the nra is wrong. hogan gets an a- from the nra. on protecting maryland, we just can't trust him. four people are dead after smashing into kansas as you can see them rising up. as they told them that they have lost power in his left engine right after take off. they tried to make it back, but
they crashed. 100 people were inside at the time. four of them died. five others were hurt. and four people remain missing at this hour. the search crews would halt their rescue mission after a part of the building collapsed and the whole thing was deemed just too dangerous. >> the man suspected of killing a police officer in pennsylvania is now in custody. he was on thrun for nearly seven weeks. it's the length of the football field. and for days now that lava has been moving slowly, but u surely at 10 to 15 yards per hour, threatening to slice up the small town in half and destroy dozens of homes in that process as they would be standing ready to evacuate. the apple's ceo says that he will be proud to be gay as he made that announcement on the essay for the business week
published today as he says he has been open with a lot of folks about his sexuality, but never publicly said much about it. that it could potentially hurt other people. all right, the cool down is not over yet as we still have a lot of fall to go, right? >> yes. this weekend will be pretty darn chilly. but for showers and winds and cold and that is the good news as they would look okay. we'll start with the trick or treat forecast. a little spooky, a little cloudy, yes, but temperatures are not too bad. and i think that it will fall in the upper 40s as we would get on in to the later stages, you know, maybe 8:00 to 9:00 that the kids are coming home, but again it will be dry. that's good. a live look outside. it is still 56. the high was 63. pretty much spot-on average for this time of the year.
a beautiful day. so chilly tonight. a bus stop temperature in the upper 30s to the 50s and the kids will probably need a little sweatshirt and then cool tomorrow and the clouds, they will return. but it stays dry through the early nighttime hours. the showers would hold off until after the metro area. again a different story if you're out in the mountains. okay, 10:00 tonight, we're in great shape with the temperatures in the upper 40s in the burbs. now by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow, there will be some 30s. almost 39 in manassas and 39 down in orange. a chilly start on friday with some sun to start. and the clouds would roll back in. at 1:00 we're in the upper 50s. most of us staying south on friday. but you can notice the showers already in cumberland at 5:00 tomorrow. so again, a little different story in the mountains. by 7:00, about 24 hours from now we'll be looking at
temperatures in the lower 50s in the suburbs and the mid-50s downtown and then we will get in the 40s. 48 in manassas and gaithersburg and that will be by 9:00 tomorrow. still some lower 50s by the immediate metro area and still some showers out in the mountains, crawling over the mountains late tomorrow night and after we go to bed. tonight partly cloudy, chilly. about 48 to 46 tomorrow morning. fading sunshine with the clouds that will come in and starts with the sun. 48 to 56 with a light jacket, east northeast at 10. we'll break it down. these are temperatures, now remember that the city temperatures will be cooler in the burbs. 49 at 5:00 and 58 with fading sunshine at 1:00. there is our yellow alert day. bundle up mom and dad. if you're going up to happy
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tonight, nischelle's exclusive interview with honey boo boo's sister about being molested by the man she says her mom is now dating. >> she's candid and is emotional and she says mama june did nothing to stop it. >> did you see anna crying? >> he's a child molester, mama.. why would you let him come around githe rls knowing what he did? >> a daughter betrayed as her molester surfaces. ou>> yl feelike she chose the child molester over you? we'll tell you which authorities are now investigating mama june. >> and then we go inside. >> how to get away with murderer. >> this is a steamy show. >> i'm kind of enjoying it. don't tell my husband that. being labeled as non-classically beautiful, i've heard it my entire life. >> and i'm here in d.c. and noticed the trend every time i
leave the studio you bring in some big name, first ll cool jay and is jamie foxx there? did you bring in jamie foxx? >> don't worry about it, kev. i've got this, man. >> now, "entertainment tonight," we love entertaining people. good evening, everybody. well, kevin and jamie will be back in just a minute, but let's start with our interview making headlines everywhere. anna marie cardwell, chickadee from "here comes honey boo boo" breaking her silence on the man who went to jail for molesting her and her mother seen house hunting with him, knowing the crime against her own flesh and blood. >> so hard to wrap your brain around this, nancy. >> yes. >> she was 8 at the teeth and is conflicted. why would her mom date a man who did this to her and there's more. "e.t." has confirmed through multiple sources that the department of child family services is in fact investigating mama june as a result of these recent developments. >> aru