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announcer: now "abc7 news at 4:00". on your side. michelle: it started march 25, 2015, when senator ted cruz became the first major party candidate to declare he wanted to be the next president of the united states. jonathan: the number of candidates grew to 27. after months of campaigning and a number of contentious debates today the number is down to two. alison: in 14 polls here in our area will open for voters to cast their ballots for donald trump or hillary clinton. right now supporters are waiting for clinton to arrive in this a rally and trump is in raleigh, north carolina. michelle: stephen tschida is live in manassas where there was confusion on what was happening for the final push
stephen? stephen: michelle, there was a bit of confusion about tiffany and ivanka's arival. they did show up. a lot of trump supports. you you can see make america van in the lot of the vent in manassas. still have a number of trump supporters out here gathered to talk about their candidate. in the final hours both campaigns are focused on the states that are still in play. pennsylvania, north carolina, florida. moments ago we have video show of ivanka and tiffany trump arriving after a long delay. a real crowd pleaser here. they did pitch for their father but ivanka talked about what the campaign meant to her. take a listen. >> this wasn't a surprise to me but it's been unbelievable validation across this country. people love their country.
it's inspiring. it's amazing. it's been a beautiful thing for me to experience and witness the amount of love the american people have for the land. it's really been incredible. stephen: this was an q&a. ivanka trump mentioned she was impressed by the number of women. it was a substantial crowd and it did appear to be predomint campaign as the final hours of the campaign wind down. coming up at 5:00, we will talk about why ivanka trump says she feels good about virginia. reporting live, abc7 news. michelle: hillary clinton's running mate kaine will campaign at george mason university tonight. we have a live preview of that at "abc7 news at 5:00". jonathan: tomorrow we vote and then party time. bruce springsteen is
clinton's last campaign stops. the latest abc news/"washington post" tracking poll gives clinton a four-point edge over donald trump. it has a 2.5% margin of error. today abc news instapoll is asking you. who do you plan to vote for tomorrow? log on in to wjla.com/votenow. cast your ballot there. chief political correspondent scott thuman picks up the team coverage with headlines from the t before election. >> we are in new york city because this is where both candidates will be tomorrow night. if things go smoothly, we will have a victory and a con seg speech in the same city. let's not get ahead of ourselves. we have a frantic 24 hours ahead. a look at what we have seen so far today. this is five states in one day for donald trump. trying to break down blue walls in the areas that republicans have had a hard
electoral advantage. >> we are going to win the great state of florida. scott: clinton making stops herself off the heels of the f.b.i. determination there is not enough to pursue criminal charges, she has the president as her top surrogate so they can double up on the rallies. both candidates going up to midnight with 11:00 and 11:45 p.m. rallies. >> i'm here to ask you to vote for yourselves. vote for your families. vote for y scott: to give you an example of how close the race could be. in the swing state of florida, politico reporting 6.1 million people voted early and democrats are half a percept more than republicans. that is a drop in last cycle when they had a 4% advantage. that's why both candidates won't be here until tomorrow night. they will be stumping until the last second. we'll be here to cover it for you. in new york city, scott
the polls that matter the most tomorrow when you cast your ballot. tonight, join us as we hear from voters across the country as make the final decisions before casting the ballot. your voice, future on our sister station newschannel8. join us there. alison: tomorrow, stick with the entire abc7 team for coverage of election day. we have crews all over the area and two in new york with the clinton and the trump campaigns. this all begins with "good morning washington" t alison: the weather won't be a problem for voters getting to the polls. it has been so pleasant. something you can't say about the campaign season. frosty tonight. stormwatch7 chief meteorologist doug hill is here with a check of the forecast. doug? doug: it is overnight hours toward the sunrise when we see the possibility of frost. but it could be widespread. in fact, the frost advisories in effect from 2:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. the whole metro area to the bay. prince william, stafford and
the same time under a freeze warning. this area of the frost continues up the i-95 corridor as well. it's quiet. we have had breezy conditions this morning but right now it's settled down nicely with the mostly clear skies at reagan national airport. 60 degrees. easterly wind at 3. the air is dry. with the dry air in place and light winds we have a perfect setup for frost. forecast through the evening hours we see a drop. the sun will set after 6:00. not anymore. sunsets 5:00 tonight. drop. eventually by morning the range is in the low 30's in some areas like manassas at 31. 35 in fairfax and germantown. 37 in waldorf 36 in la plata. even where the temperatures they are measured could be above freezing the possibility of frost exists on a wide scale area. morning warmup after the low temperatures. don't be in the dark as far as what is coming your way. you can get it anytime you
weather app. download it at the app store or on google play for android devices. jonathan: thank you. we have breaking news coming in the newsroom this afternoon from wheaton, maryland. that is where two construction workers were hurt when the scaffolding they were on collapsed. we don't know how badly they were hurt. we have a crew on the way. we will bring you much more information as soon as we get it. alison: now to a developing story out of south carolina where police are searching for more victims after a man confessed to a 13- alison: this comes after a woman was found chained in a lock storage container on todd kohlhepp's property. when police tracked him down, d, kohlhepp confessed to gunning down four people at motor sports store. >> i have the right person. michelle: so far police are linking kohlhepp to seven
they report that kohlhepp plans to defend himself in court. we'll have a live report from south carolina coming up at 4:30. jonathan: the white man accused of shooting nine black church members in charleston, south carolina, was in court today. jury selection was supposed to begin in the dylann roof murder trial but it was halted after the defense asked the judge for a closed hearing. the judge claimed attorney-client privilege was at stake and he said he might release future. michelle: still ahead "abc7 news at 4:00" -- on the heels of two major recalls. new complaints about another older samsung phone. alison: then later -- >> i to prove i can keep my job. >> the job is to have eyes in the back of his head. find out why it's his eyes that could end the career of this officer with a wife and triplets at home. >> from two tracks to two
i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for your vote. jonathan: covering metro tonight, in the midst of a safetrack surge we are seeing another surge off the track. what we are talking about here is transportation reporter brianne carter show us how some are turning away from the track in favor of two tires.
trading the train for two wheels. >> yeah. it's hard to ride the bike around d.c. brianne: this is turning in big business for local bike shops. the bike shop in arlington has been open less than a year. located along the orange line, they say just over the past few months they have seen uptick in the number of the people purchasing >> we have seen 20% increase in sales. is there focus for new commuters wanting to pedal to work is reliability. >> you know what you are getting. the same travel time to and from work. >> they say it's not just new sales that they are seeing an increase. they say maintenance is also up for those folks who are using their bike more to
and running to accommodate their trip to work? are they on paved surfaces or gravel surfaces? >> according to the department of transportation over the last two months the number of people using capitol bike share increased. just in october alone the bike share rentals are up more than 15%. compared to the same time last year. in arlington, brianne carter, abc7 news. alison: a bit of effect today in arlington. the four-mile run trail is closed between ridge road and route 1. it runs between gleeb road and four-mile run and should be closed through next fall. this is part of a stream restoration project. signs in the area will direct cyclists to a detour. michelle: time for a check of the traffic situation for those on four wheels. jamie sullivan is here with the details. jamie: we are seeing a sun glare so much earlier than we typically would. so heading outbound 66 you
we are seeing more volume than we would because of a crash near the fairfax county parkway dropping you to 19 miles per hour. we have this in many other areas. bottom side of the beltway. approaching the bridge, this is the pace you are at. volume we have. once you cross the woodrow wilson bridge, we get relief northwest corner. a live look near old dominion and you can see how sluggish that ride is continuing north to bethesda. in virginia, trying to get to d.c., 395 northbound, a lot of the volume. we have earlier issues with the accidents throughout the afternoon on the freeway. those have cleared away. we are dealing with the sun glare and heavy volume. back to you. michelle: thank you. doug: this is perfect weather.
you can exercise outside and still feel comfortable. not too cold yet. doug: chilly in the morning and late at night. that is the way it will be tomorrow. weather for election day is perfect. it will be fine. you can use the heater on the windshield. jonathan: defogger. doug: my wife says you didn't turn the defroster on. jonathan: i never thought of doug: look at a time lapse from the nationals park. beautiful all day long. temperatures are system in -- seasonal in the lower 60's. because of the cold dry air in place we set the scene for frost in the morning. coldest part of the morning. in anticipation, a large area now under a frost advisory
counties in virginia are under a freeze warning at the same time. 2:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. hour-by-hour for the metro. we see temperatures bottom out about 7:00 in the morning. 34 for a low. that is the temperature forecast for several feet above the ground. ground level temperatures freezing in many areas by morning. rooftop frost but it will be temporary. 31 in stafford. east and southeast of the city is warmer near the by a. western zone have had a number of freezes so far and probably another tomorrow morning. 30s in the west. a few showers through the
we should have no effect as far as the election turnout due to weather conditions. it should be fine. it's cooler for wednesday. thursday, fridays, system stuff. look at saturday. the coldest day of the season. a high of 49 degrees. then we will warm it up for sunday and monday. michelle: that will be bone-chilling for us. jonathan: nice fall daytime temps. doug: chill good. alison: the sun makes a difference. thank you. jonathan: coming up for us at "abc7 news at 4:00" -- days after learning the devastating impact of the air pollution on children, one country takes drastic measures to keep his safe. alison: let's take a break with the election coverage with a look at the latest internet craze. have you seen this? we will show you what is have you seen this? we will show you what is hillary clinton: i'm hillary
clinton and i approve this
michelle: a gaithersburg woman is turning her home to a senior pet sanctuary to make sure that older dogs are cared for. jonathan: we have a closer look at the house with a heart. >> we are in gaithersburg at a house with a heart. in all of the rooms there are tons of senior dogs. this is a pet sanctuary for dogs and cats and in the older ages like spencer right here.
of the animals to be together. to get the best possible care that they can get. not only are they all in here inside but outside as well. you can see the backyard, expansive yards where all the animals can exercise and play. introduce the founder of house with a heart. tell us about why you >> sure. i did rescue for 30 years. it seemed like i was starting to get calls from people who couldn't keep the senior pets anymore. either because of the cost problems or they were just too much trouble. we decided to focus on that and we only take dogs that are 112 years or -- 132 years and older to make their life auz
possible. >> your entire house is filled with dogs. and cats. how many animals do you have here? >> we have two kitties and 20 permanent residents. and then we anywhere from ten to 15 visits that we take care of. and that is how we support house with a heart. >> tell us some of the things that you do on a daily basis. >> first thing we get everybody out and get them fed. the diapers changed. they are to the potty. we have volunteers t kems downstairs. vollen -- kennels downstairs and then we have volunteers to housekeep, scrubbing, cleaning and to keep everything spotless and wonderful for the dogs to give them love and care. >> as you can imagine this takes a lot of resources and volunteers. if you are watching and you want to be part of house with
out more information. from gaithersburg, maryland. jonathan: a great program. a friend of ours lost a dog and wrote a nice letter and said one of the flaws in the universe is dogs don't live longer. i thought that was so nice. alison: they are really generous. this is all over the place on the internet. don't adjust the set. this is not broken. this is the morning team taking part in a new challenge mannequin challenge. jonathan: i thought they were being stiff. alison: they strike an action pose and the camera captures the funny poses. i started to pop up on social media this week. of course it invaded the newsroom and the studios this morning. jonathan: awesome. michelle: fun. you want to keep doing it. see why it went viral. alison: it's draws you in.
you wait for someone to blink or move. alison: they are all just tired. they come in so early. they are frozen. jonathan: 5:00 in the morning get frozen. alison: they did a good job. michelle: "good morning washington" team isn't the only group getting in on the phone. jonathan: they are not. lindsey mastis with more on how it is playing out online. some are creative. lindsey: absolutely! this got a start with high school. this high school in oregon. look at this. all the students look like they do in class except some of them are moving. i wonder if the parents would be okay with that many students be up on their desks but anyway. it's neat to watch. this is catching. especially when it comes to acrobatic. i saw people midflip doing things. which is awesome. look at this. we have a barbershop. at first it look like a regular picture but as it starts to go through everyone is just standing still.
this is also really neat as well. this is a hockey team out of boston. let me see if i can get it to come up a little bit for you guys. press play and let it go. they are in different poses. drink water. this is really neat and it is catching on. i would love to get into it as well. we have to get together and do something funky. michelle: the key is not to move. jonathan: michelle shop up at the desk and somebody in it moved so when she posted it on twitter. look on twitter. messes up in that one. michelle: mannequin fail. alison: i love that it started in high school. it's clever and creative. they are having fun with it. lindsey: absolutely. i love the businesses get into it how fully their customers
squats. i hope it didn't last long. michelle: thank you. coming up at "abc7 news at 4:00" -- alison: what this guy tried to steal from a church. >> how a neighborhood came together to help. brad: votetrak 2016 landed in fairfax. we ask voters to describe the election in a word. when we come back, th alison: coming up new at 5:00, a memorable scene. people are banding together to help a stranger in the ellicott city flood. three months later the floodwaters are gone. but the spirit to help others
we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united,
jonathan: i want to update you on breaking news from a few minutes ago. the construction scaffolding that collapsed in wheaton. skytrak7 arrived over the scene. it's a construction site. four people were up on the scaffolding at the time it collapsed. two of them were seriously hurt. we don't know to what degree. as soon as that crew gets there we will pass it along to you. that is not the only breaking news we are following. from the internet 66 we
county parkway. this is after a crash. we don't know how big it is. we just know it is shut down. we'll let you know when we learn more. michelle: votetrak 2016 on the trail for the last day before voter goes to the polls. after months of being on the campaign and the commercial, brad bell has one question for voters that he met in fairfax county today. what did you ask? minute. look behind us. there is hillary clinton campaigners waving signs. this is our last stop. we want to do something different today. so on the side of the votetrak 2016 hummer we put up a poster board and we asked folks to describe the election in a single word. disappointed, controversial, someone wrote in hillary and someone wrote in trump.
say. our message board isn't up long before people weigh in. one word to describe the election cycle. one says, "chaotic." >> the news shows trump doing insane things instead of the issues. brad: 7-year-old suggests "frightening" to his mom. he writes it out himself. >> kids are watching and they have a sense that the election is different. caption "help." "historic." "important." "controversial." "disappointed" are added. so is "freedom." pointing out that the vote is part of the freedom. another word is "necessary." >> whether or not we love the candidates available, if you don't participate you can't complain about the process. >> so back live.
this shows the lesser of two evils. trump is the lesser. in the last four weeks we have heard a lot of that going in both directions. a very interesting outlook. michelle: you have been trampling for a month now. unique experience. what stood out for you? brad: people have to say, this has been the number one response. people saying they are not happy with either candidate and many are voting for one or the other because they won't vote for the other. at 5:00, we look at the four weeks of travel. jonathan: the department of
including virginia. more plans in fairfax and prince william county at 5:00. but have you ever wondered if you would be able to vote in more than one state if you tried? "7 on your side" watchdog investigator chris papst found out after moving in a few years he is register to vote in three states. he didn't do anything wrong but tonight at "abc7 news at 6:00", we will explain how he and many others can have multiple registrations a tried to cast votes in several places. >> it doesn't surprise me. you are still on the rolls in pennsylvania because you haven't personally told them you don't live there anymore. jonathan: tonight at 6:00, chris will show us what happened when he went to all three polling places and hear from the election officials concerned about a common problem on voter rolls tonight at 6:00.
7:00 in d.c. and maryland. stay with abc7. our team throughout the entire day. look at the screen. all of our reporters are out there for the complete coverage of vote 2016. that includes reporters with the clinton and the trump campaigns in new york city. michelle: busy night. tomorrow's election could impact united nations meeting. they started to work to implement the paris accord on hillary clinton said she will honor the u.s. commitment to the deal. trump says the u.s. will drop out if he wins. they are trying to cut emissions worldwide. india's capital is making drastic changes because of pollution. most schools are closed in new delhi. this is the reason.
push to cut the smog that blanketed the city for a week now. the cards, system crop burning and fires are among those blamed for the pollution. last week the unicef report found 600,000 children die each year from air pollution. jonathan? jonathan: i remember when los angeles had problems with the smog. it's gotten better over the years. they don't have the same level of controls there. they need to change things. that is nasty. doug: there needs to be improvement. let's take a trip around the country. the possibility if you are like i got a rain drop! jonathan: do you know people like that? doug: i work with a few to tell you the truth. showers across texas. central northeast texas to houston across missouri. st. louis area showers. live showers through ohio. western kentucky.
fortunate. dry map. don't even come here and say i couldn't vote because it's too cold. >> i would never do that. i never complain about the weather. doug: i don't know southern california boy. here is the story. the frost and the freeze issue in many areas. but interesting that is parallel to the i-95 corridor. in the areas of the light blue and the frost advisory, overnight to 7:00 in the morning you go south to west through virginia. a freeze prince william and spotsylvania and the bay is under a frost advisory. the forecast numbers will host in the 30's. closer to 42 along the potomac or any of the tidal rivers of the chesapeake bay. you get a break there. it's ideal weather conditions. as far as the number goes in
67 in the afternoon. clouds roll in by tomorrow. we need showers with the cold front. sunny thursday and friday. another cold front friday to turn saturday into a partly cloudy, breezy and cold day. 49 for the highs. what i think of the records. the coldest day of the season today. the upper 50's sunday and monday. long stretch without anything more than a few so long. the lack of rain will become a news story. jonathan: we could use some. thank you for that. universities were back on 100 -- investigators were back on the 100 acres of land. they are looking for more bodies. this is where brown was found alive. she was found because she but banging on the wall and screaming for help. this guy todd kohlhepp is charged with kidnapping and
the developments live from spartanburg county and joins us now with that. reporter: the spartanburg county sheriff concerned that the murder kohlhepp confessed to before he confessed to the murders that there were three things the sheriff's office granted him. the first one is the sheriff took a picture of his mom. he let him talk to his mom. the transferred money to a girl he is helping raise. we learned about this as the search continues for a third body on the property. this is day five. thursday, brown was found alive but chained. they are looking for the body of her boyfriend who disappeared in august. there was a murder from 2003. one day before the 13th anniversary. sunday came the discovery of a second body. buried on the property.
continued. with each new day it is bringing a new discovery, people in the area are wondering what is next? investigators are not linked kohlhepp to any other case at this time. they have the other property that he owned or previously owned under investigation. late today there was a group from a local church. praying for all the people involved in this case. that is the latest from spartanburg county. back to you. this is the tip of the iceberg and they believe the investigators may find a lot more victims he hasn't told them about? >> that is the question and what we are trying to feigned out. there are four bodies buried on the property. at this point in time they think it's three. they don't know, because these are what he is telling them. there could be more. there could be less. it's something he has been saying all the time. but at this point there
we don't know. this murder in 2003. today in 2016. there is a time span of what else could have happened in that time period. at this point if time we don't know. anything is possible. jonathan: thanks, justin. appreciate it. michelle: university of maryland police are looking for the person two shot three students with a b.b. gun. it happened sunday night. all three students are sent out the alert after the drive-by happened. jonathan: now to a developing story out of oklahoma. that is where 40, 50 buildings sustained substantial damage in an earthquake last night. look at the debris. it was 5.0 magnitude quake. it hit the city of cushing 7:45 and strong enough to be felt in texas. only one person was injured in all of this. according to the united states
oklahoma in just the past week. michelle: coming up at 4:00, he is used to taking care of the community. now the community is
taking care of him. i'm cheryl conner. coming up we introduce you to sergeant knox with the hyattsville police department sergeant knox with the hyattsville police department and tell you how i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask
on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. to beat the local sled jump record, held by gary watson. fly, gary, fly. his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song. his sister can live stream it while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just 79.99 per month online for the first year.
michelle: pay close attention to the man in the french coat. police in new york are searching for him after he stole that out of his hand from a cathedral in brooklyn. he also stole another artifact and $30 in cash. the items were recovered in a stairwell of a nearby building. but this guy is still on the loose. jonathan: hopefully they will catch him. police made an odd find when they searched a woman they were arresting in australia on she had a baby koala in her bag. not a dog. it's actually a baby koala. i wish we had the video. you know how cute they are. she had found the bear on saturday and caring for it. it was a little dehydrated but in good health. those are the things that australia frowns on. turn it over to the folks who take care of a bear like that. michelle: sweet animals. jonathan: we have to get the video. michelle: the next story we
day. jonathan: we could do without that. michelle: a snake. viper that is slithering into a cabin on a flight in mexico. jonathan: oh! michelle: it's hard to watch. imagine if you were in the window seat. scary. jonathan: you'd be jumping out the window. michelle: the snake came from the overhead luggage department. aeromexico said the flight made an emergency landing. good call. no one was attacked by the snake but the airline says it's looking into how this happened. they need to get to the bottom of that fast. jonathan: clearly the passenger with the phone videotaping it was not afraid of snakes. very steady. check out what is coming from the rafters. michelle: i hope he or she was several rows back. jonathan: the whole front of the plane is sitting in the back waiting for it to go away. michelle: hope it wasn't first class. jonathan: still ahead for us at 4:00, a popular fall tradition returns to the eastern shore but it ends with more problems.
michelle: any minute now the jury could begin deliberating in black's case. he is accused of killing his estranged wife last year. richard reeve spent the day inside the courtroom for closing argue its. what did the prosecution say and what did the defense say when it was their turn? >> parker is the prosecutor in this case. we'll take you back to when it began. we have video to show you in april 17 of 2 death inside bedroom of her home. david black her husband became the suspect in the case. she had been stabbed 14 times. they call this a rage killing. we have full screen to show you here. in january of that year, black told a friends the only way it will end is if one of us are dead. later some investigative information about how david black's d.n.a. found on a like
body inside the house. on a screen window and a pane of glass. there was motive. the couple was having so many difficulties. michelle: so rich, what did the defense have to say when it was their turn to weigh in here? richard: a lot of the graphic photographs by the prosecutors. the defense punching holes in the prostitution case. we have show you those scre they are saying no weapon was found, folks. we didn't find any weapon in the investigation. there were no clothes, no boots, blood or mud on the light switch we talked about. so the case will go back to the prosecution for the final argument. it's likely the jury will get the case tomorrow. reporting live, richard reeve, abc7 news. michelle: sign up for breaking news alerts from abc7 news to get the verdict in that case as soon as it happens. we can do that at wjla.com.
side" con summer alert. more bad news for samsung. a new report of a phone explosion. this time it's a galloway j-5 smartphone, not the galaxy note 7. that one has been recalled worldwide. a mother told a.p. that the phone began to overheat and then swell up. it got bigger. phone caught fire and just blew up. the fire came out of the phone. sam ford has yet to -- samsung has yet to michelle: a fall tradition turned violent and now a woman is fighting for her life. take a look at this. this is the pumpkin chunkin' event in delaware. an air connor that shooting a pumpkin ripped apart in a launch, hitting a 39-year-old woman be the head and in the face. she is in critical condition. a 56-year-old man was also hit. but his injuries are considered non-life
steve: 4:52. the sun will set in ten minutes thanks to the end of daylight saving time. tonight is cold out there. we have a frost advisory around the capital beltway. fairfax. district. alexandria. all of southern maryland. prince william, spotsylvania, freeze warning for the overnight. election day forecast tomorrow. the temperatures will warm up dramatically. late afternoon. upper 60's, some may flirt with the 70 degree mark. because of veterans day. we have a big festival there going on. temperatures in the upper 50's by the noontime hour. bit on the breezy side with the daytime highs that will make it into the lower 60's. talk about the upcoming weekend, never too early to talk about the weekend. it will be one of the coldest saturdays we have had around here in a long time. the daytime highs will only be in the upper 40's. sunday at least rebound to the 50's. the upper 50's to near 60.
still a nice weekend ahead to check out the fall color change. take you out with a storm watch 7 extended outlook. we go day-by-day. 67 tomorrow. 60 and a better chance of rain on wednesday. lower 60's on veterans day. cool saturday. back to 50's on sunday and monday. check on traffic this monday afternoon. jamie sullivan. jamie: we are starting off with an accidented on 66. we had all lanes blocked. we have t overhead. shaky. everything here is moved in the shoulder. all lanes are blocked. with everything moved to the side we could see traffic get better. this is still bumper to bumper in the backup. take a different view. symp moving slowly. with this on the eastbound
fairfax county parkway. heading outbound on 66 on the westbound stretch, 23 minutes is the average. starting out near beltway to get to the fairfax county parkway. this is something you are dealing with now. a lot of sun glare. if you are on the capital beltway not much to worry about. same from virginia to maryland and the top corner. we have slowing and the 56 crash clearing away.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and
shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
jonathan: appraiser with cancer diagnosis has to learn to work with one eye following surgery to remove a tumor. michelle: cheryl conner shows us how the community is giving back. cheryl: sergeant tony knox and his k9 have been partners for four years with the hyattsville police dert the work happens in the backyard of the carroll county home. he juggles desk duty with the doctor appointment. >> my eye socket is cleaned out. it will be sewn shut. cheryl: the tumor returned to the left eye. it's cancer. the man who is trained to work with eyes in the back of his head is already thinking about his comeback.
his job at home. ethan, taylor and logan. triplets run the house. his wife stays home so with a single income his colleagues started a go fund me page to raise over $35,000 in two weeks. >> i wish i could shake everybody's hands who donated something. >> envelopes of the cash coming in the station for tony and the >> everyone has your back. you will be okay. >> roller coaster. in woodbine, cheryl conner, abc7 news. alison: tonight, the final pitches. the presidential campaign go
courting a must-have voter. plus the election day security. the people seeing anger and if one opinion we keep hearing along the way. announcer: now "abc7 news at 5:00". on your side. alison: hard to believe but election day has arrived. larry: candidates are making nine stops in the battleground states. while messages couldn't be more different, they have one common message as it comes down to tomorrow. >> the choice in election could not be clearer. it really is between division
strong and steady leadership or loose cannon. >> we will never have another opportunity. with supreme court justices peopled pouring into the country. this is it. larry: the latest battleground poll shows hillary leading by four points. alison: we have team coverage for the race to the white house. we check in with brad bell in votetrak 2016 security in a moment. but first we go to the chief political reporter scott thuman live in new york city with a look ahead. >> the on and the unanswerable question, what is the key for tomorrow? scott: you are right. turn-out is what it boils down to. but keep in mind they have been at this for months as far as getting people to the polls.