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her. she's asking for more than just money. the price tag a judge slapped on the rolling stone magazine article that accused uva of fostering a rape culture on campus. details on the settlement. fox 5 news at 10:00 starts now. even though election day eve is just about over, donald trump and hillary clinton are still hot on the campaign trail trying to lock down every last possible vote. i'm tony perkins >> i'm shawn yancy. thanks for hillary clinton wrapped up her final campaign appearance a short time ago. she was joined in philadelphia by president and mrs. obama and also her husband, bill and her daughter, chelsea clinton. meantime, donald trump held rallies along the swell. stopped in pennsylvania we have melanie alnwick tom
melanie begins the coverage. >> reporter: >> ok, we'll get back to melanie in a couple moments. let's find out if we can go to tom fitzpatrick live shot >> let's talk about the hillary rally in philadelphia, and there was crowd estimating upwards of 10,000 plus people out there. she was joined on stage tonight. first we heard from th jovi. he came out and performed. then president and mrs. obama chelsea clinton, bill clinton, she pulled out the big names to sort of fire up the crowd 94s last minute votes >> the a large viral. donald trump had a rally as well in new hampshire where he tried to hammer home some of the themes of his campaign. perhaps a couple of missteps he referred to elizabeth warner as
first let's find out the weather. as you head on it. sue palka got that we're in very good shape here locally, now, i will say this, a frosty start tomorrow morning, if you're going to be going to the polls early, you're going to encounter a lot of low 30's. rest of the day you're going to like this forecast. we're going to say our election day weather is a big winner and likely be a bit w the afternoon is beautiful, maxing outside tomorrow by 68, high temperatures right around 3:00, so great weather for the turn-out that everybody hopes to see around our area. i mentioned it's going to be chilly. very cold. by noon, about 60 and by 4:00, between 3:00 and 4:00, about 68. i wanted to let you know that
expected. not everybody is under an advisory. freeze warning are in the blue. that's where the temperature could be close to 32 degrees, and the only reason you don't see areas north and west because we've had a freeze in those eagers trust me you'll be cold as well. maybe a couple minutes in the morning. patchy fox possible here in dc in the advisory. that goes for baltimore as well. but check out these temperatures already down to 35 in culpeper, 36 in manassas, 37 in gaze, martinsburg coming up at 38. you can see what a difference the city makes. the concrete holding in the relative heat of the day, still at 47, baltimore at 40. obviously, this will be a cold night. cambridge 34 and leonard town down to 36 degrees. that big area of high pressure will be building that slowly but surely. it will continue to dominate our weather overnight and a very
sunshine. as we go through overnight, thinking maybe a couple of these spots might be too warm now, but definitely 32 degrees for the northern and western suburbs to near about 40 in the district. and eventually, a couple of spots getting up and over 70 tomorrow, so about seven, ten degrees warmer than today for the afternoon and that is good news indeed. we do expect to see showers though for early wednesday morning, so i'm glad the voting will be tomorrow and not down. do expect rain wednesday, november 9th rain. as we work our way through the election day. glad the weather will cooperate. i'm sue palka and i approve this message. tim kaine is hoping to keep his home state of virginia blue. he appeared at george mason university at a campaign event a short time ago. he's urging people to go out and
people must decide what kind of future they want to have. >> the next president will have days where it doesn't go his or her way, something important that was supposed to happen doesn't happen. and you got to know, that the president, the next day, will be a person who will say, i'm not giving up. i'm not going away. i'm not going backward and that will be the kind of president that hillary clinton will be. >> kaine has another campaign stop in the commonwealth this evening. and two key surrogates for donald trump spent part of this day in northern virginia, trump two daughter, ivanka and tiffany made campaign stops in sterling and manassas. they told supporters road to the white house has been rough and not quite what they expected when their father announced he wanted to be president. >> on a personal level, i was very native as to what it would mean to have my father run for
but, you know, with all the difficulties and the negative things that come with that, there's been so much love and so much support and so many to fight this >> their appearance came hours after their father made a campaign stop in leesburg. trump was supposed to speak last night but his appearance got pushed back several hours because he was running behind. >> let's city where fox 5 melanie alnwick is standing by with the latest. tomorrow night both campaigns will be having their watch parties there in new york city. what is the mood like tonight? >> reporter: it's excitement. it is election eve like no other. and mid town, manhattan.
for the glass ceiling that hillary clinton hopes to shatter. before that, it was a day for clinton and her surrogates to go around the country once again focusing attention on key states to her securing the win. morning rally in republic off to michigan and back again to pennsylvania for a huge evening in philadelphia where the political rock stars and the real rock stars converge, bruce springsteen and john bon jovi revved up the crowd. the democrat dine the stage with presidential hopeful, hillary clinton, she urged supporters to take nothing for granted and get out and vote >> tomorrow, with the eyes of the world upon us you'll have to ask yourself, what kind of world do you want? because i want a world of hope and put optimism >> there is a clear choice in
a choice between division or unit. between an economy that works for everyone or only those at the top. between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon who could put everything at risk. >> reporter: it really was an extraordinary gathering. look at this picture. families once fell for each other. brought together for a common cause of returning a democrat to the white house. now that the rally is almost wrapped up, it is not over, the clinton campaign making another stop in rally north carolina. midnight madness of. the complaint campaign will be flying john bon jovi on the plane with them where they will
that recall is going to be the final stop before the voting begins tomorrow, and north carolina also a popular stop for republican presidential candidate donald trump. my colleague tom fitzgerald gerald has been following that. >> reporter: donald trump made his bones in real estate and it's where he will return tomorrow to wrap up the campaign. before all of that, trump has been on a listen to the schedule. sarasota, florida, recally north carolina, up to manchester, and wrap it set up a tonight in grand rapids michigan. . why all the late flurry of activities? those are the battleground states ands those are the states that donald trump tonight sees as his path to victory in gaining this presidency. the real clear politics average
in a virtual dead heat. hillary clinton is ahead but that is within the margin of error and that's what donald trump is focusing on along with a change of a bit of tone. trump has been criticized throughout the campaign of making this campaign about him. tonight, in new hampshire, donald trump said, this is about voters. >> when the people of this country, from florida to minnesota, fro here that new hampshire step on to the voting booth tomorrow, there is one fundamental question for you to consider. do you want america to be ruled by the corrupt political class? or do you want america to be ruled again by the people? >> reporter: here in new york, something extraordinary is going to happen tomorrow night.
candidates have shared this city on an election night. that is also melanie creating a huge security presence here in new york tonight. >> reporter: nypd saying they will have 5,000 police officers on hand in mid town manhattan and also more at polling places because they're going to treat this like new year of eve >> you were in time square when we were on the other side of the city. what did you see as far as the presence of the nypd and also >> reporter: we didn't see as much as we thought we might i suspect that's because they will be out more in force tomorrow. some security was plainclothes as well. but it is clearly election eve in time square. big marquee, we saw the donald trump impersonators. it is a party atmosphere >> this is national security event. they have been tracking threats
and the homeland security department taking all of this seriously, the police commissioner in new york saying they have have uniformed personnel at all 12 hundred polling places, send it back to you. developing back here in the district. neighbors tell fox 5 they're fed up after another night of violence in the city. meanwhile, the city still hasn't hired a permanent police chief. fox 5 marina marraco is live outside m the latest. >> reporter: the crimes across the district is down compared to last year. however, the reality in southeast is different. tonight another shooting. a 25-year-old shot in the chest. and although the homicide numbers are about 25 below what they were last year, the shootings continue at the same rate as they did. this weekend in the very same neighborhood, a police officer
gun, shot in the leg and head. dc police put out this internal memo where they say there's been, quote arecent rise in violence in the congress park area. and have asked police officers in that area the seventh district to be alert and on the look-out because of that crime site. today on good day dc, steve asked mayor bowser about prioritizing. >> reporter: there are a lot of people in the city that will say we're still having crime in the city. shouldn't we address the police chief first or do you have faith in the interim police chief? >> we were recruiting for both actively. let me be clear about that. and i will make the likely make the decision about chance first but we're 2012 seeking interest
leadership in both cases it's just a matter of which decision >> each state we're seeing gun violence, people being shot and killed. and i would hope that the mayor would say i think we need to get a police chief immediately to handle and combat the problems we're experiencing over here in southeast. the mayor continues to say that today is down. southeast. you know, you got some people saying we don't need police. well, violence is up in southwest. we need more. the lady told me today, i'm afraid to walk my dog. only reason i came outside is because the police are out here. >> reporter: and sources confirming at fox 5 that there are more than 100 applicants for the position. so far, the mayor's office put the process on hold.
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
ur vote. i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. 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, our best days are still ahead. . a federal jury rewarded three million to a university of virginia administrator in a defamation lawsuit against rolling stones magazine. about an alleged gang rape at a frat house portrayed her as a
protect the university. friday, the jury concluded the magazine, its publisher and a journalist were responsible for liable. they found rolling stone made repeated mistakes in the reporting and editing process. the magazine later retracted. . the dramatic struggle between the 15-year-old maryland girl on police caugh the teenager is threatening to sue the department more than just financial compensation, sarah simmons is here with more. >> reporter: this is cell phone right here and police body camera video of that incident on september 18th. we got the picture blurred out. the 15-year-old in this video and her family intend to file a lawsuit alleging denial of due process. listen to what happens during this exchange with police.
>> the video goes on and shows the girl kicking at the door of a police car. an officer pepper sprayed her. many are questioning the use of force by police in hagerstown. officer handcuffed and pepper sprayed her after she got into a crash on her bicycle. girl's attorney said six week later, his client is suffering and the family wants justice. >> people were alarmed and there were lots of comments about how she was repeatedly pepper sprayed in the car, flung up against the wall. later flung up against the police car. this was a girl who had a concussion from being hit by a car. she should have been treated with tlc, not harshness. they have not filed a lawsuit yet. they're looking for compensation and changes to police training
so far the amount of money they're asking for has not been set. the girl's attorney said he's waiting from hagerstown. the police have maintained the officers acted properly in this case. the police said the officers were trying to question her about a collision she had on her bike with that other vehicle. shawn? >> thank you. nearly two months dens the dc police officer shot and killed terrance sterling, today family and friends gathered to remember him. an officer sterling crashed his motorcycle into the side of the officer's cruiser. witnesses say sterling could not avoid the cruiser because it was blocking his pathway. fox 5 was first to report a grand jury has been convened to investigate the shooting. it will hear testimony from witnesses this week and next week. tributes are pouring in in memory of former u.s. attorney general janet reno. she died from complications of parkinson's at the april of 78.
attorney general during the eight years of the presidency. she oversaw major legal matters including the deadly rage on the waco texas and the 5-year-old immigrant. bill and hillary clinton issued a statement praising her. president obama said she inspired a generation of lawyers and fought for a more just nation. november is national adoption month. we adopted children mark the occasion in a special way. can you tell a real headline from a fake one? you might be surprised to learn how many are out there and why they're showing up on your news feeds.
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. and respectfully ask after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved 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.
strong message. members of the cowboy church arrived in dc today by horse. the group rode from witchita falls text to breach a message ahead of the presidential election. they left texas september 29th. according to the church's pastor decided not to drive because they wanted to a challenge since they know it won't be easy to turn things around in this country. >> it's obvious that we're at a place and time we need to be that's why god burdened our heart because we believe america needs a spiritual weakening >> it plans to hold it's 36 and final service tonight. today was special for more than a dozen children, they were adopted from foreign country >> 14 children from nine different countries became u.s.
during the ceremony, these young people were told that with the privilege of citizenship comes the responsibilities which one day will include the right to vote. the parents and the children told us how important this moment was to them. >> it was important because now i'm like part of america and i have friends and you can do whatever you want. you have freedom. >> it's important to take the oath, to affirm the we believe in as americans and immigrants make america stronger and it's exciting to be here to see all of these young immigrants taking the oath, to be an american citizen. and to affirm that. this is a country built on many different kinds of people, and we -- we believe that the promise of america is that they all have a chance. >> among the countries represented china, russia,
month. sweet. when we come back, does the stress after presidential election have you feeling like this? maybe. when we come back we told the poll are taking and what you can do. fake headlines saturating the online news cycle. we'll explain how the tales are clouding your vision of the facts on the election. seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
after rally in ohio. obama signs executive order which bans the sale of assault weapons. designed to fool you and influence you. lindsay watts is here with more on how you can avoid getting fooled. >> reporter: we're live here at the museum where news papers from across the country are on display. the articles different than the ones that you just mentioned. and tonight, we found out how easy it is for to create fake news stories like this one, then turn a profit off of your social media shares. the headlines are sensational and down right outrageous. from websites that resemble real news sources. you may have spotted this, claims an fbi agent who leaked clinton e-mails is now dead after a fiery murder suicide. looks like your standard news
the information is false. no death, no fire. no such place as walkerville maryland. while the creators of fake news sites could be trying to influence the election, they're definitely trying to make easy money. there's ads all over these pages and you help them rake in the cash when you share on social media. we sat down to find out what it takes to create something like that. photo journalist used a website available to anyone, it took 50 bucks and 20 minute to -- breaking news of a blizzard, for election day don't forgot your parka is the polls >> >> i feel like if you were uninformed you could easily say yes, that's a real news story. >> the weather is too nice.
buying the election day blizzard story. the buzz field said some of the fake news sites are being run by teenagers. you have a lot of political articles. take a minute before the hit the share button. lindsay watts. have you had a it with the election, election stress anxiety. much of the country is tired and ready for it to end. is it really taking a toll? laura evans is here on this one. >> it really is. election anxiety is real. we talked to people on the streets. if we can roll the prompter. we talked to people very fatigue because of the stress.
every day conversation. we talked to a therapist who says that the election complaints are really ever present in her practice. what she's hearing from her clients are they're talking about a loss of sleep, about disconnecting have been problems with disconnecting and relaxing because of election stress. >> it's really troubling. >> unsettling, terrifying. >> psychological association survey found this election is a source of significant stress for more than half of americans >> i'm nervous >> it's a really uncertain time. >> reporter: erica turner said she seen some of that >> because we can't have an immediate impact on who's president. i can't go i want this person to be president. >> i'm very scared.
with a way to decide how he's feeling about the election. >> against logic. it doesn't, you know, because i really can't describe the way this election scares me. >> reporter: a big part of the problem has been the roll of social media, constantly reactivating the emotions and stress >> maybe you wouldn't have talked so much a extended family members or people you don't see every day or that sort of thing. and now, it's like in your face. >> reporter: for some, the stress won't end on tuesday, turner says the election doesn't go your way, take a step back and ask yourself this question >> how is this person being electeded going to impact my day-to-day life. >> reporter: full of that passion take action >> use that passion, do
that's important to you. volunteer for the opposite campaign that will be gearing up right after tomorrow to start the whole cycle over again. >> there's the good news and bad news. it is over for tomorrow, but for those looking, you know-on other side of this, the losing side, the anxiety then begins again, because the stress will continue. as you start another election cycle fou remember what erica said, replacing your anxiety with action, getting into, doing something volunteering, putting your anxiety into action and maybe a glass of wine, a massage, that will help. >> i was going to say did she recommend getting away from it >> disconnecting is important, forcing yourself to put the phone away, put the computer away, stop looking at social
and exhaustion, it's wasting >> that one gentleman there was a lot on him from this >> so many people we talked to were like that. tired. they need one of those little stress releave dollars >> i think we all do. something like that. yes. >> take a breath. >> meditate. . facebook is allegations of discrimination >> why the company is being accused of being selective with advertising and what the social media giant is saying >> tomorrow on fox 5 morning news we're going to be wall-to-wall with our latest on the election. we're going to be bringing live team coverage as the race for the white house is decided where you can watch election day deals and much more tomorrow on fox 5
i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. 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,
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. after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved 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.
developing news out of south carolina. a third body on the property of a suspected serial killer. police linked todd kohlhepp to at least seven deaths. investigators were tipped off about kohlhepp last week after they rescued ms. she told police kohlhepp killed her boyfriend. police found his body friday. over the weekend they found another on the property. the search will continue tomorrow. >> we'll be back on the property tomorrow. we might see somewhat of a scaled down effort tomorrow. the majority of the property has been checked. tomorrow may just going back over, make sure we haven't missed anything. but at this time, as we stand here tonight, we don't feel like
>> earlier, kohlhepp told investigators he will represent himself in court. right now, he's being held without bond. facebook is under fire tonight accused of discriminating against minorities. a lawsuit filed against the social media network claims the company allows advertisers to narrow or allows advertisers to use a narrow audience option. this allows add purchasers to exclude people matching certain criteria. included asian americans and four categories of hispanics. a facebook spokes woman denied it was used to discriminate and added they're in compliance with the law. coming up tonight at 11:00, last minute campaign blitz as you get ready to hit the voting booth. a warning as you start think about holiday shopping. malicious aps are making the rounds out there. what's unusual about the story is where those aps are coming
driver goes viral. you may not recognize his face, chances are, you know, his voice, that story coming up at 11:00. :00. . all election eve monday. after last week's huge sell-off. a uk presidential site is the biggest events in history. nearly three times the amount wagered on the 2012 race. several u.s. businesses are offering sweet deals to americans who vote. some 7-elevens offering customer as free cup of coffee, and krispy kreme showing up a free don't the to to people who show their i voted sticker.
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"i don't remember!? . people in parts of oklahoma are surveying the damage after an earthquake yesterday. a 5.0 magnitude quake. no major injuries have been reported. let's talk about the weather forecast on this election eve. a lot of folks going to be getting up early getting to the polls >> frosty cold in many areas, already in the 30's. heavy jacket will come in handy but the afternoon will end up being gorgeous. even warmer than today was. so many got after me on twitter. saying don't say it's gorgeous when it's getting night upper
>> it's gorgeous no matter what the temperature. >> we just want turn-out, weather cannot be your excuse and it won't be. it will be perfect. again, the chilly start and we have a number of frost and freeze warnings and advisories maybe a little extra time for scraping and also if you have sensitive plants that you don't want to be damaged. you're likely going to see a freeze or frost. we have, of course, returned to standard time. are you happy about it? not happy? it's certainly becomes obvious when you leave work at 5:00 and it's getting dark, daylight now, ten hours 19 minutes. gorgeous photo, thank you so much. we love it when you supply the backgrounds for our weather maps. send me your pictures at sue
snorts was at 6:42. tomorrow the sun goes down at 5:00. polls most area open till 7:00. keep in mind it will be getting dark at 5:00 or shortly after. cold nights bring on the color. we have seen beautiful color. she sent this picture in. the canada geese out there enjoying it and we're seeing the foliage coming to peak across the area, soon those leaves will begin to drop. get your photos whil widespread frost and freeze advisories. you don't see them out west, but because these areas are about to get the first freeze, you're alerted in prince william's county and down towards stafford and spotsylvania that temperatures could be close to 32. we're already there in many areas, it's 32 in frederick and manassas, quite a bit warmer in dc. we're only patchy frost is expected. but that's the cold start we're talking about with many areas especially north and west dropping to their freezing
tomorrow but after school, quite mild. 60 to 68 degrees. high pressure going to be right on top of us. listen, not so wednesday morning. we'll have a nice afternoon tomorrow but we're going to go see showers developing for the morning rush hour wednesday. keep in mind. for election day, beautiful, 68, your fox 5 accu-weather seven-day forecast, here come the showers mostly in the morning, clear out by the afternoon, but notice it does we're actually going to go see more of a cool week. thursday is crisp. veterans day friday, 63. late in the day, another strong front comes through. comes through dry. but saturday, 52. coldest air of the season saturday. sunday about 55. much different feeling weekend. monday at 47. we balance things out on the seven-day forecast. tomorrow should be the warmest day of the rest of the week.
redskins to the practice field minus trent williams whose suspension ised now underway, we will see change comes sunday when the redskins face the vikings for the first home game in almost month. team out there limbering up ahead of the game sunday. kirk cousins, they say some of the organization aren't sold on him as a quarterback but he put up 458 yards against the bengals. he will be surprising against sam bradford even though his vikings dropped three straight. tried to utilize the run game, chris thomas, you saw him but josh norman spoke after practice. he was asked if he'll change his way after the 25,000 fine for criticizing the refs, he couldn't find the right words >> what am i going to change?
that's what we do. we've been doing this since day one, why is it going to change now? come back, be aggressive and next time >> i don't know what the word was. i don't know if he was trying to say beast mode or what? nobody reacted to that. meantime another disappointing playoff run for the nats. when it comes to baseball, you can't deny what team had and the nights have the distinction of being the only team with finalists in every major category, daniel murphy mvp candidate against chris bryant of the cubs. tray turner up for rookie of the year and his team mate. max scherzer from system young, kyle herbert and john lester and dusty baker. the dodges cubs and nats dominating each category across the board.
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child. before she delivered, she wanted to make sure she delivered. she stopped off at an early voting site and cast her balance lot. she posed for this selfie in front of an i voted today sign. wow. >> that's dedication. i agree with her. you know, it's better then than after you have the baby. >> no time >> news at 11:00 is starting right now. ? ? fox 5 local news at 11:00. ? ? it's the final countdown >> it's on and hillary clinton and donald trump made their final push for votes in key battleground states on the eve of the election. >> i'm going to do everything i can to get this country and everybody in it back up >> we're going to go to take back the white house. >> you will choose who will
tonight, everything you need to know before you cast your vote. ? ? it's the final countdown. >> we thank you for joining us i'm tony perkins >> i'm shawn yancy, you know, we're now in the homestretch. the polls open in a matter of hours and the campaigning is far from over >> both candidates spent the day hitting several key swing states. hillary clinton just wrapped set up a huge event with president obama in philadelphia. in the meantime donald trump just wrapped up an event in hampshire. >> melanie alnwick and tom fitzgerald are live in new york city. melanie begins our coverage. mel? >> reporter: shawn and tony regardless of the outcome, there will be some kind of a party. hillary clinton will be holding her party about a mile away from where we are at fox news