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frederick hasn't seen the cold air yet but it's 10 degrees colder in hagerstown and in the 30s in cumberland. for the most part tuesday is shaping up to be a great morning rush hour. there are no big deals right now. normally we call it terrible tuesday but not today. it's pretty terrific. coming in from centreville, you are beginning to see the brake lights. i suppose a lot of people had the day off yesterday and they're heading to work early today. so early delays in centreville. a little more in fairfax as you can see behind me but no big deal as i said. as you come in the lanes are open. no incidents to report right now. let's take a live look outside. here's what it looks like if you're planning to head in from centreville or actually in from manassas into centreville where it does slow down this morning. let's ge back to the maps and this time -- let's go back to the maps and this time the north side of town. no issues from jessup, route 29 in from columbia and we'll go to the beltway live north of town. no problems here at new hampshire avenue. andrea, mike? >> thanks, monika.
5:02. it's been more than three days since typhoon haiyan barreled through the philippines but the scope of the disaster is still hard to comprehend. >> those who survived the massive storm are too overwhelmed trying to find food and shelter to deal with the dead. delia goncalves is in our satellite center with more on the massive relief effort under way. >> reporter: good morning. help is coming from all around the world. troops, millions of them, are on the ground. more on the way. the u.n. has just released 25 million -- $25 million in emergency funds still much more is needed and the situation desperate as it is could even get worse because a rainstorm is predicted later today. according to the associated press, the official death toll now stands at 1,744 but authorities estimate the typhoon killed 10,000 people leaving nine million people struggling, 600,000 homeless. look at the devastating pictures. folks are on the ground calling conditions, quote, worse than
hell. there are rotting bodies among the debris and the city of tacloban is unrecognizable. the immediate for survivors food, were and shelter. thousands of people swarring the destroyed airport -- swarming the destroyed airport awaiting relief. philippines here are working to send supplies. >> my mother and my younger sister were holding on to a refrigerator floating around in muck for 45 minutes. they put the young children inside the refrigerator. we direly need help. this is for real. this is hell. >> everything is gone. our houses, everything. there's nothing to eat. there's nothing to drink. >> the filipino people are very resilient. they will be able to overcome
these challenges. >> reporter: that was the u.s. ambassador to the philippines who tells us he fears that the estimated 10,000 people killed by this typhoon could even be higher. he fears that number could be worse. help, though, is on the way and we just heard that a russian plane, the largest plane in the world arrived full of supplies just moments ago. so we're going to monitor things as they continue to update in the philippines and we'll bring you the very latest in a half-hour. back to you, andrea, mike. >> delia, thank you. police in alexandria are investigating what they are calling a suspicious death. the victim was 69 years old. police have not released his name. a relative found the body yesterday afternoon in the rosemont neighborhood on elm street. officers say they are going to wait for an autopsy to determine whether or not this is foul play. two fairfax county school employees have been arrested on
charges of embezzlement and money laundering. veggors say for middle school principal -- investigators say poe middle school sonia swansbrough and bethany speed may have embezzled more than 100,000 over two and a half years. many local military families are going to have a much better holiday spoken thanks to you. wusa9 held a phone bank during last night's shows to raise money for the uso's turkeys for troops program. every dollar is going to help provide thanksgiving and christmas food baskets to area military families. if you missed a chance to donate yesterday, you can still go to wusa9.com and click on the uso logo which is right on our home page. it is 5:06. time for your latest money report of the morning. >> jessica is in the newsroom
with another record breaker. >> good morning. how does that sound to you guys a another record high for wall street. not bad, right? the dow begins this morning from another record high, now up for five weeks in a row and it's gained 20% so far this year. s&p 500 is also up 20% while the nasdaq is up by 30%. checking the numbers the dow rose 21 points, closing at 15,783. the s&p 500 was up by about a point and the nasdaq was flat on the day. tablets topped many gift giving gifts or rather gifts giving list this year. a new one hit the market this morning. apple put the ipad mini with retina display up for order on its online apple store but not in stores. the company unveiled the device last month. price starts at 399 bucks. in the meantime consumer reports says there's a tablet you shouldn't be putting under the tree this year. lab tests found that wal-mart's monster 7 tablet regularly
locked up during use. time and time again the tablet stopped working and the screen went blank. testers were able to restart the tablets to clear the problem so consumer reports has named the monster m7 a don't buy. if you already bought one, wal- mart has a 15-day return policy for tablets. you may be able to get your money back if you're in that window or you may have to demand your money back potentially if you're past that 15 days. >> what a bummer. you get all excited about a new tablet and it locks up. >> monster's a beast there. what do you have for us in the next 30 minutes? >> the last 20 minutes we talked with mike how he just put a password on his phone, right? >> i did, too. >> how about imagining a future where you don't need passwords to get into anything? >> i couldn't download an app because they said my irchts didn't password was -- my irchlts d. password was wrong -- i.d. pass words was wrong.
5:10 on this tuesday morning. mild in d.c. strong cold front already passing leesburg pushing toward gaithersburg right now. winds kick behind that as temperatures are dropping so dress for the cold, not the current temperature. this afternoon's temp upper 30s to low 40s. wind chills in the 20s and 30s. this morning could be a couple of rain are a snow showers but nothing that is going to stick locally. back with your seven-day and doppler 9000 in a few. howard, there are no issues to report right now in maryland on the beltway north of town. in virginia out in manassas,
just getting word of a car on fire at university boulevard at the prince william parkway. i'm keep you posted on that situation. back to you guys. at 5:11 here's a look at what's new this morning. the mayor of toronto says he's not stepping down despite admitting he smoked crack cocaine. after giving a speech yesterday during a remembrance day ceremony, rob ford told a supporter i'm not going anywhere, guaranteed. but city council members are expected to vote tomorrow on a motion urging ford to resign. the virginia beach fire department pulled off a pretty dramatic rescue yesterday on veterans day. a worker was doing some repairs on a water tower and his repelling system stopped. his backup safety rope kept him alive. he dang falled for 45 minutes till firefighters could get there and lower him to safety. part of midwest got snow on veterans day. a light coating covered yards and cars in madison, wisconsin. this is the same system pushing rain and a few flakes through
our area later this morning. >> hello. we could see some cold rain, a lot of us this morning. >> but howard says the sun is on its way. he'll join us with the seven- day [ whistling wind ] [ whistling wind ] don't worry, santa will find us. ♪ [ female announcer ] this christmas, light santa's way with the hallmark santa signal ornament. only available at hallmark gold crown stores.
5:15 on this tuesday morning. 52 degrees here at broadcast house. temperatures are going to start dropping while we're on the air. >> that may be the high for the day. whatever we are now or midnye, that is going to be the daytime high when it goes in the record books but we'll be back in the low 40s the next few hours and stay there all day long. winds will be in the 20s and 30s. so i would dress like it was january. that's just my advice. do what you want but if you don't do that i think you'll be in for a rude awakening here in just a few hours. garrett county the roads are snow covered already. cumberland action it's knocking on -- cumberland, it's knocking on your doorstep. point south we see a couple of sprinkles. nothing that will stick on the roads. whatever falls will melt. the rolled surfaces are too warm and some of the air temperatures for that matter, upper 30s and low 40s. but we've been watching snow in west virginia and pennsylvania coming out of ohio and northern kentucky this morning. now in toward garrett county. a couple of righter showers to our south -- lighter showers to our south and east.
garrett county, we know there's snow on the road on i-68, 219 as well, coming in toward cumberland and savage mountain. looking at a web cam a moment ago and that thing was kind of blocked up there at savage mountain. off to the south and east, lighter rain showers. it's still in the 40s and low 50s down here. in st. mary's county extending down into virginia almost to richmond, a couple of moderate showers. you see the yellow there? i'm not sure it's reaching the ground across charms and northern calvert county but this stuff is generally moving east, northeast. so sol pons probably staying -- solomons probably staying to your south. reedville may just get a sprinkle. there's the cold air, upper 20s and low 30s. pittsburgh at 30. cumberland's temperature continues to drop. they're at 36. the cold front pushing through montgomery county and loudoun county now into howard county. the winds -- and you know the front hits you when the winds kick out of the northwest 20 to 30 miles an hour. the temperatures north of that,
martinsburg 43. cumberland 36. we're 52 in the district and also 50 in easton and annapolis. winds are gusting to 31 in hagerstown. 29 martinsburg. 28 frederick. leesburg 23. we're just waiting now for the the cold air to move in. cloudy skies at reagan national on our michael & son weather camera looking downtown. 52. winds are calm at the moment. that's not going to last and the humidity 57%. here's the big picture. you can certainly see this push or this cold front moving south toward us. with it clouds, a couple of rain or snow showers or flurries but again no big deal around here. the cold, that's the big story. and the winds which will gust to 30 will make it feel like it's in the 20s and 30s with temps settling down in the low 40s. generally a morning rain or snow shower. a little sun this afternoon. 30 degrees tonight in town under clear skies. 25 north and west with windchills, some in the teens. tomorrow cold and breezy, 45.
thursday milder. 56 by friday, upper 50s. the weekend mild but a chance of a shower saturday and sunday. better chance, though, i think until monday. let's turn it over to monika now and find out if we have any issues on timesaver traffic. >> one issue. it's a car on fire on university boulevard at the prince william parkway. that's out in manassas. otherwise 66 is in good shape. and coming in from the north, you've got a tiny bit of slow traffic right now on i-70 out of frederick. once you hit 270, no brake lights down to 109, 121 or germantown. still pretty early in the morning. let's go outside live at the american legion bridge on the west side of town. we're in good shape as you head between basically bethesda and tysons corner on 495. coming in on the toll road, coming in on 66, your lanes are still open. let's go back over to the maps this time to route 50 coming in from maryland. bowie no problems to report all the way into cheverly. same story on the bw parkway. laurel, greenbelt, into the north east corridor. we'll go there right now.
this is a live picture from our trafficland camera on new york avenue in bladensburg road all the way in toward downtown. you're going to be just fine early this morning. back to you. >> thanks, monika. when his plane career ended a local athlete decided he would serve his country. >> despite the party break of losing him, the family finally found strength thanks to his brothers in arms. that [ female announcer ] breyers.
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5:22. doppler 9000, you see some snow in garrett county, north and west of there. a couple of rain showers to the south and east. this stuff fairly light. that's what we're expecting, a couple of rain and snow showers to come through. that's it. 44 by 8:00 so temperatures will be dropping over the next few hours. gusty northwesterly winds. cloudy, 42 at lunch time. cloudy and 43 at 3:00 with sunshine north and west by 3:00 but temperatures will be in the low 40s. it will feel like it's in the 30s. he was built for this. >> when he got the ball, he was trying to score. >> reporter: and he scored a lot of them for tc williams. life then changed. football wasn't worked out.
talbert and his girlfriend gave birth to a son. money was tight. time for a tough decision. >> he was -- he really wanted to tat burld off of his parents. he wanted to be -- burden off of his parents. he wanted to be able to take care of his son. >> reporter: so the football star turned soldier. he was committed. what he didn't know was that he was about to embark on a mission of worldwide influence. a member of the army's 150th armor regiment, talbert participated in operation iraqi freedom. then july 27, 2004. >> we thank you, lord, just for another opportunity to be in your presence. >> i just knew that he was coming to our house. i just knew that. >> reporter: a roadside bomb detonated and killed him. >> the last time that i heard his voice, the day before he was killed, he was on the phone with my mom. i just yelled through the
phone. i love you. i'm getting ready to write you a letter. within that 24-hour period, he had actually called almost everybody who was somebody in his heart, almost like he knew something was going to happen. >> reporter: in fact he was the first alexanderrian to die in operation iraqi freedom, just 22 years old. but in true military fashion, even though deforest was gone, he wasn't forgotten. his military family has tried to pick up the pieces. each year members of his former regiment host a motorcycle ride in talbert's honor. they've also raised money for his son's education. military members often use the terms brothers in arms. talbert's sister says it's not just a cliche. >> i know i lost my brother and i love my brother, but we have
gained a whole new unit of brothers and sisters. >> that was dave owens errorring. very moving. >> a lot of his unit rallied around the family and stayed in contact. a beautiful story. if you're trying to stay healthy while you travel, d.c.'s airports have more to offer. that story is coming up. >> plus, we're expecting the official number soon on the government health care website. it doesn't look so good. monika? >> on the northbound side of i- 95, you now have delay beginning in aquia harbor toward quantico and then it continues most of the way to dumfries. here in springfield all lanes are open. it's just beginning to get a little heavier heading towards the beltway. we'll be back with more news, weat
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5:29. women come back to wusa9. it's november. howard says dress like it's january. i'm andrea roane. i'm mike hydeck. good morning, monika. how are you? >> right now it's okay. >> howard has something to talk about. >> 52. the winds are light at t moment. in two or three hours, it will be completely different. we have a strong cold front just north and west of us going to drop temperatures about 10 degrees. when you factor in the wind minds it, it probably femore li right now you're looking at reagan national at 5:29. looks fine. we have a chance for a passing rain or snow showers or flurries mainly this morning. look at those temperatures. they're going to hold pretty steady in the low 40s with a north, northwesterly wind 10, 15, 20 gusting close to 30 at times. so it is going to be a much colder day than what we're dealing with right now. look at this picture. just took it off the maryland state highway. i-62 at 219. this is garrett county when you turn south to go toward wisp,
deep creek, snow is flying there. you see the band of snow in pennsylvania which has moved into western maryland. we'll see a little of that move toward allegheny county. showers off to our south this morning. newland may be getting a little leftier one there. here's the cold front. -- leftier one -- heftier one there. here's the cod front. >> my goodness. that's what we have to look forward to in winter. right now the lanes are open. roads are dry closer in, no big deals to worry about on 270, 66 beginning to just see the break lights. manassas into centreville. that's just normal for this time of the morning. lanes are open. they're dry. let's go over to a live picture and if you're planning to head here on the northbound side of 395, this is up to the 14th street bridge across the potomac river. you're going to be fine. the hanes are open. -- lanes are open. same story on 295 to the 11th
street bridge as well. let's go back over to the maps and this time -- [ no audio ] the bridge coming in from pennsylvania avenue. we'll take a live look one more time. this is the beltway south of town at the national harbor. 5:31. a health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius sort of hinted this was going to happen. it appears only a tiny fraction of americans who visited the government's health care website were actually able to sign up for insurance. >> "the wall street journal" reports less than 50,000 people have successfully registered for the insurance on healthcare.gov. the white house had hoped for half a million signups in the first month. this week the obama administration is expected to release a report with the exact signup numbers and officials are trying to lower expect faces. >> the enrollment numbers which will be the first month of enrollment are likely to be quite low given the struggles that people have had getting access to the site and getting
information. >> secretary sebelius maintains the healthcare.gov website will be fully functional by the end of this month. the white house wants to enroll seven million americans before the march deadline. the u.s. marines are in the philippines now at the airport and they have heavy equipment with them to help with the relief efforts in the aftermath of typhoon haiyan. there are also planes waiting to take americans and other survivors out of the disaster zone. delia goncalves is in the satellite center with more on what is a massive effort. good morning, delia. >> that's right, good morning, mike, andrea. help is coming inlily from all around the world. we're hearing that some relief workers are having a hard time reaching some survivors who are in towns and villages that were cut off by the typhoon and to make matters even worse, their relief efforts could be even more challenging because today another rainstorm is ready to make landfall. and we are hearing that should
be heading their way very, very soon. the typhoon add 195 mile an hour winds, blasted the city of tacloban for four long hours. 600,000 people are now homeless. the survivors need food, water and shelter. up to 3,000 people right now reported to be at the airport waiting for relief flights out of the area. meanwhile people are raising money, medicine, food and water donations. we spoke to fairfax county fire battalion chief chris schaff. his team is on the ground in the philippines. >> they're working hard to try to -- [indiscernible] >> saws, flashlights, sleeping bags, you name t. it's all got to go on our backs. >> this is a disaster. no invitation needed.
help our people who are so helpless. >> just breaks your heart listening to her. that's just one of the many people. she is in a comfortable home in reston worried and fearful of family members and her loved ones back in the fill means, though a lot of -- fill means, though a lot of -- philippines though a lot of folks we're hearing are finding out about their loved ones back home via social media. we'll have more stories of survival coming up in the next half-hour. >> thanks, delia. today montgomery county police plan to release a photo and some more information about a man they call a sexual predator. 38-year-old joey point dexter of gaithersburg -- poindexter of gaithersburg is currently charged with sexually assaulting a man he met at a bar last month month. one 100th of a percent is what separates virginia's candidates democrat mark
herring currently leading republican mark obenshain by 117 votes. officials with fairfax county's elections board will meet with more people who cast provisional ballots. with that razor thin margin, officials need to carefully confirm each one of those votes. once the votes are confirmed, the results will be sent to richmond where the state board of elections must certify the results on november 25. it is 5:35. time for another your money report now. >> jess is back and looking at where we all shop online. i'm doing more of this this year. what about you, jess? >> well, i'm wondering why do you do your online shopping? >> i do amazon and favorite stores. >> i always go to the store first and check it against amazon to find the price. >> that's pretty much what i do, too. i do a lot of amazon. i do some of the other guys too like wal-mart and target but if you use amazon a lot, you'll probably like this trend. am don is at the top of the heap when it comes to online sales and its competitors are taking notice of what it's
doing. specifically we're talking about target. target.com's latest offering feeling an awful lot like amazon. they have on demand streaming video, free shipping and discount for members. target says it's not being a copycat here and amazon is just one of its many competitors. we'll look out for more of these types of deals out there. in the meantime it's getting easier to find food that's good for you at the airport. in fact our local airports are earning high flying scores for healthy meal options. the physicians committee food review ranked reagan national airport third in the country after it made impressive gains this year. bwi and dulles tie for fourth place. and you may never need to memorize another password ever again. that is the goal of researchers at purdue university's international center for biometrics research. they say fingerprint scans as well as facial and voice recognition are just a few of
the tools improving security making our lives easier. we're already seeing fingerprint scanning popping up at local businesses like gyms and salons and tysons-based microstrategy reached out to me to let me know they've done away with badges all together. over 3,000 local employees use mobile phones to get access to the parking garage, elevators, their offices and even computers. i think that's awesome. can't wait till we all move in that direction. >> all this stuff -- i get the big brother thing every once in a while with the new technology. thing finger scansers and all that stuff. it is cool. >> a great big new world. >> you'll never forget your eyeball. >> you know why i worry about that? how can somebody copy those images and use them fraudulently is what i think. >> movies have figured that one out and it's kind of grizzly so we won't go there. when the federal government shutdown, there was this one guy we all watched go to work good absolutely. now he's getting donations from around the country to repay him
comfortable on the weather terrace but a cold front, 30 miles north and west of d.c. we're already feeling it in the northwestern suburbs. here's a look at the forecast. get ready for a cold and windy day. could see a rain or snow shower mainly this morning. windy and much colder. going to hold in the upper 30s and low 40s with wind chills in the 20s and 30s. dress like it's january. back with doppler 9000. we're looking at a little snow north and west and your seven- day forecast if a few minutes. good morning, monika. >> good morning, howard. on the northbound side of i-95, you've now got off and on delays from the stretch from ie qai ya -- from aquia harbor to
wood bridge. an accident in clinton, maryland route 5 add woodyard road. the lights are out and now the scaffolding is coming down. this week crews will begin removing the scaffolding from the washington monument. workers have finished exterior repairs more than two years after it was damaged by an earthquake. crews filled in cracks and patched up the stone work in more than 150 places. the washington monument all nicely refurbished is expected to reopen sometime next spring. remember the south carolina man who took it upon himself to help out during last month's federal government shutdown? well, he is being rewarded. chris cox brought his lawnmower and chainsaw to the national mall and said we're going to keep these grounds around the lincoln memorial and other places clean. the website started raising money to pay him back for awz his work. they have surpassed their goal of $1500 and are now up to $1800. reports say that cox is going to get a new chainsaw along
with some cash. >> sounds good. >> yeah. we may be in the middle of fall but today is going to feel a lot like winter. howard has better news, though, in his seven-day forecast. >> plus, the owner of the miami dolphins is now talking publicly about what he is going to do to investigate those bullying allegations on his team. >> it is november 12. let's see who's celebrating a birthday today. [ female announcer ] it's a mountain grown morning with folgers lively colombian. it's deliciously dark, just before dawn. it's welcoming the sunrise with a taste of vanilla biscotti.
morning. dress like it's january. that's the advice from howard. >> i know it's 52 here in washington but that is not growing to last but another hour or two. temperatures are dropping. winds are kicking. we may see a rain or snow shower. no big deal here. anything that falls is going to melt here. in the mountains, though, that's another story. here's a picture i grab add few minutes ago from -- grabbed a few minutes ago if maryland's state highway website. kaiser ridge area. you can see the snow on the ground. they're expecting 2 to possibly 4 inches of snow up there. in washington we have cloudy skies at the moment. that's going to be the case through much of the day with a little sun this afternoon. this morning a threat for rain or snow shower, flurry but the winds will be kicking up, too. north, northwesterly 16. we're going to have gusts this morning up to 30 miles an hour and probably in the 25 range this afternoon as temperatures by 9:00 fall into the upper 30s. actually from the low 40s. they're going to stay pretty steady once they drop this morning. you can see the cold air with
the snow on the doppler 9000. some lighter showers off to our south and east but i'm going to focus first on the snow. this is garrett county toward morgantown, southwest pa so we have snow covered roads there if you're traveling in that direction. a couple of showers approaching hancock and paw paw. off to the south, that's where we're looking at some showers. the stuff in toward central calvert county, and into portions of charles county, this is fairly light. might not even be reaching the bend but from tappahannock moving east across the northern neck, this stuff generally moving easterly towards the marina in far southern maryland going to see some of that. also toward scotland beach and warsaw seeing some of those showers. other than that fairly quiet. just the cold. it's coming. no stopping it. we're down to 30 in pittsburgh. 29 columbus. williamsport 32, we're 20 degrees warmer just waiting for the cold front to push through us. looks like it's clear in most of loudoun county now.
leesburg's temps are dropping. down to 40 in hagerstown. upper 40s and low 50s south of the front. and the winds are gusty, 32 at the airport in leesburg. near 30 -- cup cumberland still gusting. in washington we don't have the wind. we don't have the cold yet either. 52 with humidity 57% under cloudy skies. you can certainly see the push of this front coming toward us. a couple of rain or snow showers this morning. no big deal. the winds, look at the lake snows that are flying down here and this one on the west side of michigan toward indiana, that stuff could pile up. around here we'll settle in the low 40s and stay there all day. agent bit of sun this afternoon. maybe a rain or snow shower or flurry but no big deal. 30 tonight. 25 in the suburbs. windchills today in the 30s. we'll deep into the teens in spots overnight. 45 tomorrow. still cold and breezy with 56 on thursday. so friday looks nice at 58.
milder over the weekend. chance of a shower saturday and sunday but i think a better chance come monday with temperatures in the lower to middle 60s. here comes monika now, timesaver traffic here. just coming up on 6:00. >> that's right. coming up on 6:00. this is when things begin to get heavy and start to happen. sudley manor drive at prince william parkway, you want to watch out for the crash in manassas coming in from southern maryland in clinton an accident at route 5 and woodyard road. police are on the scene there. don't have a direction of branch avenue but you want to be careful right around that area. you're fine on route 210. accokeek up into oxon hill and toward the wilson bridge. let's take a live look outside. here's what it looks like here near the national harbor at 295 as you head again for the wilson bridge. you'll be fine in toward alexandria. let go back over to the maps and this time all the way north. look at the difference 20 minutes make out of frederick on 270, it's now very slow all
the way down past 109 and 121 in clarksburg and then the pace picks up in gaithersburg down to the point where the lanes divide. one last look outside. here's the beltway at new hampshire. back to you guys. after more than a week of news the miami dolphins took the field but the bullying scandal has not subsided. >> now the team's owner is talking about his reaction and what he's doing to address the situation. reporter an marie green has more. >> reporter: miami dolphins owner steven ross spoke out about the bullying scandal just before his team took the monday night field in tampa bay. he says he was appalled by allegations offensive lineman richie incognito harassed jonathan martin to the point where martin left the team two weeks ago and sought counseling. >> changes need to be made. we need to look at ourselves. we have to examine everything internally. >> reporter: he formed an independent advisory group that will review conduct policies
that will make the dolphins a model for the n.f.l. it comes a day after incognito explained himself to fox sports. >> this is an issue of my and john's relationship where i have taken stuff too far. >> reporter: ross says he will meet with martin on wednesday at an undisclosed location to hear his side. >> i'd like to hear from him what had happened, why he felt that way, and just the whole origin, what we did or what we could have done to really prevent something like this from happening. >> reporter: ross also apologized to fans and says the team will come out of this scandal as a better organization. an marie green, cbs news. >> dom finishes owner ross also -- dolphins owner ross also expressed -- [indiscernible] 5:52. a memorial service is going to be held for the first tsa agent
to be killed in the line of duty. the tribute to jerardo hernandez is planned at the los angeles sports arena. he was shot on november 1. the accused gunman paul ciancia is in the hospital after he was shot four times. began disaig ga university is -- gonzaga university is reviewing its gun policy. students are not allowed to have guns in university-owned housing. both students plan to appeal their punishment. the nation's catholic bishops are meeting in baltimore this week. the vatican ambassador to the u.s. told the assembly that pope francis wants american bishops to make catholics feel more at home in the church and bishops who focus more on mercy rather than the hot button political issues. 5:52. join us on our facebook page to take a guess at our question of the morning. according to a recent survey, what is the least romantic place to propose marriage? is it a, a home, b, the office,
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5:57. a new study has found an astonishing rise in gun violence depicted in movies rated pg-13. >> something that may be fueling the aggressive attitudes and behaviors among many of our kids. scott broom got some reaction from local families. >> reporter: these are movies rated pg-13. does it mean anything to you? >> not really. >> reporter: pg-13 is supposed to mean parents are strongly cautioned that some material may not be right for kids under 13. but the truth according to new research published by pediatrics is that pg-13 gun violence is pervasive. triple the amount of gun violence there was in 1985 shortly after pg-13 was first rolled out. and more gun violence in pg-13 now than there is in r-rated movies today. >> they cross the line in so many different ways. >> reporter: on their way to see the movies this veterans day, parents and kids sounded off. >> i think it's a type of movie
for them than the rating. >> the violence would be shooting and blood. [indiscernible] >> it hardens children's hearts. they don't -- desensitizes the children. >> there is no middle ground or medium. there's either the g or the pg- 13. >> i think it depends on the movie. too much violence. you can look at the reviews online, check it out and make an informed decision and go with it. >> reporter: the study's authors say the findings are important because it's pg-13 movies that are often targeting teens as their audience. and there are more thanks to streaming on the internet and cable. scott broom, wusa9. >> the motion picture association which is responsible for those ratings has not commented on the study so far. bundle up.
the cold air is its way. good morning. welcome to wusa9 at the 6:00 hour. it's tuesday, november 12. i'm andrea roane. it's onity way. not here yet. if you go out in the next few minutes, you'll be like what are they talking about? just wait. >> you don't need your seat warmer just yet. >> what do you think? >> if you're in north and west, it's in loudoun county now, north and west of there. winds are picking up and temperatures dropping. we're about an hour or two away before our winds start to kick up as well and our temperatures start to drop. i know there's been a chat fora week about snow. we're not talking anything more than a flurry or snow shower. nothing that will stick around here. western midmerchandise, garrett county -- western maryland, garrett county, there's snow on the ground but that's typical this time of year. by noon cloudy and 42. some peeks of sunshine, 43 at 4:00 but the winds today will gust 20, 25, 30 miles an hour.
snow in pennsylvania, west virginia, western maryland. going to have a tough time moving toward us. some showers to our south. as you look at the doppler here, we have snow in harrisburg trying to come down 81toward -- down 81 toward hagerstown. seeing a mix of rain and snow. in southern maryland a couple of sprinkles, southern charles toward st. mary's. this stuff in the northern neck, i've got to show you these temperatures. down to 40 in martinsburg. hagerstown 48. we're at 53. monika? >> for the most part what you've got is delays forming. it's 6:00. a couple of incidents as well. route 5 at woodyard road for example coming in from clinton. you want to watch out for the accident there. other than 210 looks good out of accokeek to oxon hill. there are no problems across the wilson bridge although i am seeing some slow traffic on the beltway toward springfield and then a little bit more right here in the alexandria area.