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>> ♪ >> this is fox5 news morning. >> there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> ahead this morning, bannon putting bush on blast. the former white house adviser has some scathing remarks about the former president. dusty is officially out. the nationals now on the hunt for a new manager after back to back division losses. on your mark get set go. yes, it is a big weekend for races here in the district. were he have a complete run down of the big events coming up. good morning, and welcome to fox5 news morning on this saturday. i'm annie yu. let's take a live look outside on this saturday morning. wow, dreamy shot there. it is shaping up to be
look at that beautiful sunrise, the colors there, gary. i haven't seen those colors in awhile. >> i know. >> like that orangey yellowy. >> right. and we're starting to see that on the trees. >> uh-huh. >> beautiful color out there, fall color and again, just take that in. >> stunning. >> yeah, it's gorgeous out this morning. and you know what, annie. >> what. >> it's going to be great weekend. going to be a beautiful week. we'll carry it into a beautiful weekend. >> we are in the thick of fall right now. >> are we in the 21st. >> yes. there's so much fall festivities going on, the families, we have been looking for decent weather to get out there. >> go out and do pumpkin picking, hayrides. >> you got it. >> all that type of thing. here's the headlines. wonderful october weekend. seriously, we're almost warm this weekend and today's high temperature will get up into the upper 70's. we'll continue with this. i thought earlier -- even last weekend i remember talking about how this week was probably going to be one of
we would have, certainly all fall and maybe even all year because what we've had this week is just tough to beat on just about any level. now, it's going to be getting colder. we're trending cooler but not this weekend, all right. 52 degrees out there right now here in the city, the suburbs starting off cold again. 43 for dulles. we still have some upper 30's out there, too. manassas right now 39 degrees, culpeper 41 and annapolis sitting at 53 degrees today. annapolis is going to be so, so nice today out there by the bay. all right, here's the deal. high pressure still is in control and it is kind of stuck in place so it's keeping all the cloudiness back to the west of us. we had a few high clouds yesterday. we'll have a few high clouds today but mostly nothing but blue sunshine and temperatures almost warm. 78 degrees for a high temperature here in town. actually a lot of folks will be up in the upper 70's and 77 to 78 i think is a very popular number for later on this afternoon. yesterday's high temperature was 77
you liked yesterday, you're going to love today and if you love today, you're going to love tomorrow. how about that? now, look, cooler temperatures are coming along with some rain, too. we'll take a little rain 'cause we need it. we're getting dry and we'll talk more about that. you mentioned all the races this weekend, annie. everything is good for them. >> perfect. thank you gary. let's get to some news now at 7:03. a war of words. steve bannon firing back at former president george w. bush after the former president unleashed some scathing words about the current administration. president bush denounced president trump in a speech on thursday and bannon responded by slamming the former president to a crowd in california last night. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speech writer wrote a highfalutin speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he equates the industrial revolution agricultural revolution globalization, he has no earthly idea whether he's coming and going just like it was when he was
states. >> bannon went on to say that there has not been a more destructive presidency than president george w. bush's. now to a fox5 exclusive, a food service worker who is muslim says her boss ripped off her hijab and now the council on american-islamic relations has filed a complaint on her behalf and according to the complaint the incident happened about a month ago and the woman works for a company that prepares in flight meals at dulles airport. she's worked there for more than 25 years and according to this complaint which alleges religious and sexual discrimination, the supervisor violently and without consent assaulted and battered maryom meth. it says the company lsg sky chefs they condoned the assault and has done nothing to reprimand the supervisor. in addition to the complaint meth has filed a grievance with her union. in a statement to fox5 a spokesman for sky chef says our company does not condone discrimination of
the company is addresing the issue. turning now to some baseball news. after two years with the nationals, dusty baker will not return as manager next season. the nationals say the search for a new manager will begin immediately and candidates already rumored include houston bench coach alex cora dave martinez and mickey calaway. babaker could not get the nationals past the divisional series. it was a big, big disappointing loss of nine to eight. all right, time now 7:05. get ready to run. we've been talking about this event for weeks now and it is finally here. it's the race for every child kicking off this morning and tisha lewis is live on the race course with more on today's exciting event. hi, tisha. i thought i was turning but never mind. >> reporter: good morning, good morning, good morning to you. we are here on freedom plaza and the activity
taking place behind me and around me is all about the race for every child. now, this has thousands of participants, we're talking more than 5,000 participants. they are this close to reaching their goal of raising $1.5 million, all of this going to wellness and resources and health. healthy children. you can see right now they're getting ready. these patrol activities are going on. there's lots of volunteers. the participants are starting to come here and we want to go to greg bunker. you're the co-chair of this eve again. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here. >> five years ago my daughter grace came down with an undiagnosed pneumonia and was life flighted to children for 21 days and when the opportunity to get involved with the race and the hospital came about, the service we got, care she received made us want to get involved. >> reporter: this is definitely something that hits close to home for you. what is the message here today. >> the message here today is
think for a lot of people is you don't know when you need children's but when you do, what a great opportunity and blessing it is to have children's national hospital in our backyard. we only needed it for about three weeks, five years ago, haven't needed it since but there are -- the care aren't attention that we received is the same they provide to hundreds of children every single day regardless of the family's ability to pay. they provide the same amount of care and attention to each child. >> reporter: and if you haven't been hit personally by some type of a occurrence, you probably know someone who has and that's what this is all about is getting the community together, getting families who have been touched also friends and even people who maybe haven't been but just really want to help. >> absolutely. so, there's over 5,000 runners and we're raising $1.5 million and a lot of that is the runners themselves reaching out to family and friends local and across the country just
support this great cause for their children. i mean, getting behind the children and most of the families will see different t-shirts, different people, a lot of grateful fam families out here for the care they received from children's national. >> reporter: you guys are close to reaching your goal of raising $1.5 million. that's a lot of money that can go towards a lot of programs, research. you're hoping to reach that goal. if you can give us the information for people interested in contributing. >> the race for every child.org is the best place to donate. our team name is grace giving back but most importantly is getting it to the race. we hope to reach that goal today and we appreciate any support we can get. >> reporter: all right, greg, thank you so much. >> thank you so much. appreciate it. >> reporter: we will be out here throughout the morning at freedom plaza as everything kicks off and continues and again race for every child taking place this morning. if you would like to donate help them reach their goal check out their web site and again we'll be back with more information on that. tisha lewis
>> and don't forget, the marine corps marathon is also this weekend. the weekend's events kicked off at the gaylord national resort at national harbor yesterday with a health and fitness expo. here's video from that. all leading up to the big race tomorrow morning of course. it's one of the largest marathons in the world and as you can imagine there will be a lot of road closures and they begin as early as 3:30 sunday morning. roads will be reopening on a rolling basis and if you're headed to the race, metro is your best option. it opens at 6 o'clock tomorrow on sunday morning and the closest station to the start of the race is the pentagon station on the blue and yellow w lines and we've listed a full list of the road closures. larry hogan threw his support behind a proposal for the high speed hyperloop train. tesla founder elon musk pioneered the hyperloop.
governor hogan allow owed musk's firm to dig a 10-mile tunnel under the state owned portion of the bw parkway. stay tuned for more on that. playboy breaking down some barriers but some people are not happy about it. why their newest playmate is causing such a stir. that story coming up. let's take a live look outside as we head to break on this saturday morning. a gorgeous shot of the white house this morning. gary will be back on the other side of the break with the forecast. stay with us. >> ♪ >> ♪♪ ralph northam: i'm ralph northam and as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care from thousands of virginians.
in the affected areas and the numbers are staggering. more than 5500 homes totally destroyed. we're also talking about 600 businesses burned to the ground and 3,000 vehicles lost to the flames. california's governor this week issued an executive order speeding up recovery efforts. meanwhile playboy is making history again by naming a transgender model a playboy playmate for the first time in the magazine's 64 year his history. french model inez raul will get the honor of being the november-december centerfold its a notable accomplishment for the 26-year-old model who used to hide her identity but the move received push back including jena jamison. she told fox news recent its a ridiculous attempt by playboy to stay relevant. back now here in the district, major changes to parking in the metro area in one of the city's busiest neighborhoods. a new night life parking policy prohibits parking on connecticut avenue ebb between rhode island avenue and dupont circle from 10 o'clock in the evening
thursday. this parking policy just went into effect at 10 o'clock last night and the changes come amid major safety concerns. ddot says they'll evaluate this program after a year and see how it is working. all right. meanwhile, first lady melania trump has donated her inaugural ball gown to the smithsonian. the off the shoulder dress by herve pierre will be placed in the national museum of american history's first ladies exhibit showcased alongside several others worn by first ladies throughout history including jacqueline kennedy and michelle obama. the smithsonian says the first ladies collection has been one of its most popular attractions for more than a century. very neat. also actor tom hanks is in the district tonight to be honored by the national archives foundation t hanks will receive its 2017 records of achievement award to recognize his career supporting history through both acting and film making. the foundation says it
honoring hanks for his powerful illumination of the american story through his vast body. the red carpet event starts at 6 o'clock tonight with a gala and ceremony afterwards. >> ♪ all right, gary. weekend is finally here. we've had chilly, cold mornings and warm afternoons, kind of liking that. >> i know and i know you're not the only one. so, so, nice. we have a chilly start again this morning, so we don't differ from earlier this week in what we've had. reagan national at 52. dulles at 53 degrees. bwi marshall right now is 46. out in the suburbs it's even colder. i'll show you that here in just a second. look at today. the weekend looks so nice. high pressure has been in charge. i mean large and in charge all week. i know that's a cliche. warm conditions for us. sunny conditions for us. the clouds held at bay. back out to the west of us. so, it is rare that we get three, four, five days in a row with nothing but blue sky and sunshine. an occasional contrail or a
very, very wispy high cloud, that's about all we've had the last several days. tomorrow is good, too. a few clouds tomorrow because this high pressure starts shifting off to the east just a little bit. we'll get this return flow around, so i think we'll have a few clouds coming in, almost like a marine layer effect. we had that last weekend but it looks like it comes in later in the day and it probably just gets here by tomorrow afternoon with a few clouds. a few more out to the east of us but it still looks like tomorrow is going to be pretty nice out there. high temperature today 78. few more clouds tomorrow. so, i dialed it back 1 degree. i mean, come on, 78 today,. >> wow. >> i know, right, 'cause i'm trying to get. >> every degree counts. >> just trying to be perfect. i'm trying to be perfect. annie is giving me a hard time. here's a deal on the satellite picture. all fare this morning. we're good to go. this isn't rain out here. it's enhanced cloudiness. a lot of high clouds back out here. again, we're protected from that with the high pressure today and then tomorrow we'll get a few more clouds coming in from the
i told you i'd show you the suburb temperatures. manassas 39. gaithersburg is 44. so, it's pretty chilly out there. culpeper is 41 and winchester 41, too. this is futurecast. so, high pressure in control, clear skies, sunny skies. we have clouds back out to the west. we may see a few of these high clouds before sunset, but other than that it's going to be a gorgeous day. tomorrow futurecast shows a little bit of this cloud cover kind of working back around on a return flow. this is marine layer coming in. i'll say this, too. this particular model is usually fairly aggressive with this type of a feature but i think it's there and i think we'll end up seeing a few of these clouds coming in tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening, certainly if you're off to the east, eastern shore, back out towards the shore or southern maryland, you'll be dealing with these clouds a little bit earlier. again, i don't think it's a big deal. i still think we see a lot of sunshine tomorrow and it ends up being real nice. 67 degrees 11:00 a.m. 75 2:00 p.m. temperatures mid
okay, sole check out the seven-day forecast here. i told you some changes were coming. we're in the 70's, the upper 70's the next few days. some rain around here on tuesday. and then that changes things. then we drop off into the 60's and into the 30's and the 50's. much more fall-like. well, this is like fall,, too but much cooler next week. >> all right, thanks, gary. looks like this weekend's perfect for getting outdoors and there's a lot happening around the dmv this weekend so that's good news. let's take a look at what's happening today, shall we? first up, if you have any old electronics you want to get rid of, now's your chance. loudoun county is holding a recycling event today in leesburg. they're accepting those old bubble tv's any tv's really laptops stereos and even christmas lights. all you have to do is drop them off at the park between a 8:30 and 2:30. today kicks off the baltimore run, festival and runners can choose between five distances to run including a
full marathon, hundreds of people from across the country have signed up to race and this is the race's 17th year and for the first time the finish line will be at the inner harbor. halloween is coming up and everyone is getting into the spirit even our furry four legged friends. today woofy's is hosting a pet party. it's all starting at then clock this morning at woofy's in ashburn, virginia. finally feeling namaste today. then head over to arlington for namaste d.c. that at the the wrong pose, gary. it's hands together, bow down. this event is for the whole community to practice yoga poses with local instructors happening at george mason university's founder's day and you can register for a full or half day. gary was doing this as
to this. namaste. >> that's the picture. >> that's not the namaste. this is a generic backdrop, gary. stay with me here. coming up, one of the biggest data breaches in u.s. history happened earlier this year and now a lot of people are on edge and when we come back we're going to talk about this and how to keep hackers out of your cyber wallet. good tips coming up. 7:20 on this saturday morning. we'll be right back. >> ♪ >> ♪♪
>> ♪ >> welcome back. earlier this year, of course, equifax fell victim to the biggest cyber security breach in u.s. history. it was a big, big deal, gary, and so this morning we're joined by ann sommer son a certified financial planner to join us. over 145 million people affected by that breach, anne. >> you're absolutely right. >> but i think even before this big breach, a lot of us are already on edge because of the other breaches and security compromises that have happened. >> and that's just about every adult in the u.s. was affected by this one so if you thought you were lucky before, you've now probably been be affected and you can go onto the equifax web site and they'll tell you. everybody i've talked to so far everybody has been affected. >> hold on a minute because equifax, we're kind of at the mercy of equifax because they give us our credit score. that's what we know eif
from, at least i do. >> uh-huh. >> if they can't protect our security. >> how scary is that. >> what do i care about their score, my 750 my 800 or whatever. >> you have to care because that's the only wale that the whole credit system works. >> that's the whole point they can't even keep us safe. >> i know. the main thing you have to do now is monitor your credit. people i think just kind of were lackadaisical about it before but you can go get your credit report once a year from all three of the bureaus for free at annual credit report.com and that's what everybody should be doing. before you checked it because you were looking for errors. now you're going to look for errors and for fraud because you'll be able to see if somebody has tried to open an account in your name. >> i think it's clear just to your point i think it's clear that you can't be a 110 percent protected. >> right. >> but you can do things to limit that number, to decrease your chances. >> right. >> of getting hacked or compromised. >> you can sign up for a credit monitoring service. >> is that good. >> i think so. you know, again, this is -- th
everyone has been affected now. so, you have to check it yourself. you can't just think, oh, it probably didn't affect me 'cause it probably did now. >> would it help to be signed up to more than one of those. >> i don't -- >> is that too terribly expensive. >> i think probly one but one that checks all three of the bureaus 'cause there's two others transunion and experian. you want to make sure nobody opens up credit in your name. they could also maybe try to access your existing account that you already have 'cause they now have your name, your address, your birthday, your social security number. >> they don't need much nowadays. >> they don't and remember, this information doesn't expire. you might not be compromised for five or six years so you got to be looking at everything now forever. >> yeah. so, some take aways for viewers. hopefully many know this because hopefully people are doing their homework but we'll go to a simple tip. number one starts with a strong password not just for equifax but
>> the security experts say you should have a different password for everything. >> i can't remember my single password half the time. >> i know. there are password managers also called password vaults and they are apps. >> so you have to have a password to get into your passwords. >> yes, but it's better than using the same password for everything. don't we all do that. >> well, we don't. >> it's the new reality. >> yeah. >> so, for passwords for instance what are they saying? how should -- should we go with using a lot of symbols and numbers and make it more complicated. >> just like a phrase, the red dog -- just phrases are hard to hack. >> fox5 and then changing maybe the o to the zero. >> look at you, annie. annie has got all these great tips. >> you have to do your homework as a consumer gary. >> i want to know about monitoring your credit. we pay for that. >> yes. >> are there any good free options for people to go out there? do you know of any. >> i don't know of any. >> okay. >> the free one is annual credit ror
you get one report per year for bureau. if you space them out every four months, 12 months later you're back at the first one. if you can be diligent looking for errors, looking for fraud you'll be way ahead of a lot of people. >> i got the letter from equifax saying mile credit may have -- yes and then they say we'll give you six months, whatever. >> a year i think of credit monitoring. want you monitoring my credit. should i take advantage of that. >> i would take advantage of something. >> we have a deal. >> i would continue to do what you do. >> sounded like a personal -- like check out my case. [laughter] >> session. >> no, it's okay. i haven't been hacked or anything like that. there's tons of questions we could ask. >> we'll get you fixed. >> stick with us. we'll be right back and barry will be back with the forecast, his specialty. >> that's right, i know something about that i think. >> ♪
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andre, i need a longer straw! introducing mcdonald's buttermilk crispy tenders. juicy, and made with 100% white meat. >> ♪ >> welcome back, everybody. time now is e 7:30. here's a live look outside across the washington monument -- that is the washington monument there. it is so, so pretty outside. temperatures as you can see 51 degrees and, gary, i hope it's just going to warm up and get even better. >> it's hard to believe but i mean we're talking temperatures close to 80 this weekend. that's almost war
>> it's basically a carbon carbn >> exactly. yesterday's high temperature was in the upper 70's. we'll be there again today. you see how beautiful we're starting off this morning. and i got to say -- next weekend looks cooler. it still looks nice but it looks cooler but i would say please take advantage of this weekend if you can outdoors because we will not get many more like this until after the wintertime. you just know it's true. in and around dulles, western suburbs, low 40's this morning. we still have some spots in the upper 30's. winchester you're there, 39 degrees, so is manassas, 45 degrees in fredericksburg, 44 in gaithersburg. westminster is 48 and annapolis super gorgeous this morning attire degrees. big picture. now, this is satellite and radar. we still are controlled by this big monster area of high pressure that's just kind of taken up residence along the east coast for the last several days and that's what you can tell -- that's why it's been so, so nice around here. showers back off to the west. way out to the west in parts of arkansas and
that's where kind of we get this change of pattern, so to speak. we go from high pressure to low pressure in the upper levels and the jet stream and that's what's kind of controlling all that. that's what we'll start looking like by monday around here. more clouds, late day shower -- and when i say late day on monday i mean monday evening and then more showers likely on tuesday but until then, this ridge of high pressure is really keeping us nice and cool and comfortable and -- and lots of sunshine, 52 now here in the city, manassas 39. we actually looked at those local temperatures so we'll move on and check out today's highs. 78 in town now. culpeper, you're 78. frederick wants to be 78 degrees today. i think 75 or so for annapolis and leonardtown and temperatures for fredericksburg in the upper 70's as well. so, the big question today, annie, will we have somebody get to 80? i think we will. i think somebody on their backyard thermometer or their car driving around late this afternoon with all that sunshine, they're probably
people that have 80 degrees. how good is that? what is this, you said it, october 21st. >> yeah, i'll take any of those temperatures, though. >> absolutely, that's great. it might get to 80 and somebody would complain. >> it's too warm. >> can't please everybody, gary. >> nope. >> just life. >> ♪ let's get to breaking news right now coming from overseas. egyptian security officials say at least 55 policemen have been killed in a shootout during a raid on a militant hideout near c cairo. it happened late friday about 80 miles from the capitol. officials say the death toll could increase. we'll be keeping an eye on this all morning long and keep you posted. meanwhile this morning police still searching for the gunman who shot a 16-year-old in northeast d.c. in broad daylight. officials say the shooting happened in the 1900 block of third street around 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. first responders say the teen was conscious when they took him to the hospital. no word right now on his condition this morning. investigators do tell us that they are loo
black men driving a gray honda with virginia tags. anyone with information should give d.c. police a call. and controversy continues over a phone call faux pas made by president trump. the white house is defending chief of staff john kelly who criticized democratic congresswoman frederica wilson. she listened in on the president's conference call to the widow of one of the niger. under heated questioning the press secretary appeared to warn a reporter not to challenge kelly. >> if you want to go after general kelly, that's up to you but i think that if you want to get into a debate with a four star marine general, i think that that's something highly inappropriate. >> meanwhile there are still questions over the niger attack. the pentagon is now conducting an initial review. meanwhile president trump s
people to show support for standing during the anthem at nfl games. the petition was published on the republican national committee web site and right now it does not indicate how many people have signed it. the petition comes after nfl commissioner roger goodell rejected the president's calls to punish players for -- who kneel for the national anthem. and it's a beautiful day for a race. the race for every child kicking off this morning here in the district. we've been talking about this event for weeks now on fox5. tisha lewis joining us live now with all the days events we need to know. hi, tisha. >> reporter: hi there, annie. good morning. it's a picture perfect day for the race for every child. this event is so important because it raises needed money for resources and research and programs for young children. you can see it's about to kick off. it's a family friendly event. there will be lots of games and activities and also information and resources for families that are coming out this morning to participate.
have more than 5,000 participants and so far they have raised almost a million and a half dollars. they are just shy of $1.5 million and that's their goal. so far they have 1.4. joining us live now is dr. curt newman. you're president and ceo of children's national health system. good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for being out here. >> reporter: thanks for joining us. we want to get right into it. why is this so important. >> well its awesome to have all this community support. it goes right for our kids whether to help bring in the best discoveries to help them get well and therapies, cures and all of that, but also for children to cover their costs no matter what. we don't want any child to go uncovered with their insurance or anything like that. >> reporter: this is one of the largest events of its kind. what impact does this have on children's national? >> it's huge. to know that we have the community behind us, the doctors, nurses, resea
and then it's for the kids. you know, we get the best and children's is one of the top children's hospitals in the country. our nicu was number one this year and this community support goes right to that. >> reporter: congratulations. that means that you're doing something right. that means that everybody here is doing something right. there's a lot of volunteers and a lot of people who are hit close to home by all of this but there's some people who have not experienced it yet but just want to give back and just want to help. what is -- why is that so that important? >> it's so important because our kids are our future. we want the best for them. we want them to be healthy if they get sick we want them to get cured. we want to have the best for them. so to have the whole community behind us, you just can't imagine how inspiring that is. >> reporter: this is the fifth year of the race for every child. what can we expect to see this morning that maybe we didn't see last year? >> well, every year it gets bigger and bigger. we got celebrities down here. but you know, it's really around the kids and when you saw -- see the kids race and
have -- maybe they've come through cancer or a heart operation and they're hitting that finish line, nobody cannot be inspired by that. it's crazy. i just love being here and i just love seeing washington turn out for this. >> reporter: all right, dr. newman thank you so, so much more joining us this morning. we really appreciate it and i think you said it best. you can't be here and not be inspired especially when you see all the young people and the children and the families and the stories, so many different stories about how people have overcome obstacles and tragedy and it all starts here raising the some and, quite honestly, that's needed to fund the research and resources to make all of this possible. annie. >> tisha, thank you. time now 7:38. don't forget also the marine corps marathon is this weekend and the weekend's events kicked off yesterday at the gaylord national resort and national harbor with a health and fitness expo. all leading up to the big race tomorrow morning. now, this is one of the largest marathons in the world. so you can imagine there's goigoing toe
closures. they begin as early as 3:30 sunday morning. roads will reopen on a rolling basis and if you're headed down to the race, metro is your best option. it opens at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. the closest station to the start of the race is the pentagon station on the blue and yellow lines and we've also listed a full list of the road closures on our web site at fox5dc.com. well, coming up, ever had a craving for deer meat at the drive through? we'll tell you which fast food chain is offering venison just for today. let's take a live look outside as we head to break. the washington monument sitting pretty under perfect conditions this morning. gary will be back on the other side of the break to let us know what the deal is this week. time now is 7:39. we'll be right back. >> ♪ >> ♪♪
>> ♪ >> welcome back. okay, get this. your bank may soon ask you to take a selfie before you buy something online? visa is launching a platform to allow bans to use various types of bio metrics. we're talking like your fingerprint, your face, voice, to approve credit card applications and payments and that also means customers would have to take a selfie to verify an online purchase or a credit card application and you know financial companies say it would cut down on fraud. so, what do
this gary? good idea. >> well, i think -- >> it's a decent idea. >> i think more is better. i think more is better but i think every time we change something, there's somebody out there that's got it figured out. >> this is true. but i appreciate the effort so we'll see what happens. okay, ashby's going where no fast food chain has ever gone before. police turn your phone to vibrate. we're in a live program. arby's will be offering deer meat burger. it's selling venison burgers. the sandwich is made with thick cut venison and crispy onions topped with a juniper berry sauce. the limited time burger will cost you seven dollars so get it while you can. i think that's a little pricey but whatever. get your venison burger. >> are -- >> i've never had it. >> okay. >> never had deer meat. >> it's not bad, it's not bad. >> i'll stick to chicken and beef and pork. >> it's kind of -- well, it's not beef but i mean it's kind of like that. >> when we get into the other
animals like rabbit and deer, i get a little -- i don't know. >> i think you should open your mind towards some of that 'cause some of it's really good. >> okay. >> some of it's good. now i'm not rushing down to arby's to get a venison burger but it's not bad. you might be surprised. >> that's not what you said earlier. >> prettying up for tv. >> that's not true. >> coming up an art exhibit tour ladies by ladies gary so you can't join me on this one. more on this fierce new movement to empower local female artists. we'll be right back. well, you can join me because you might appreciate it. >> no, i'm staying over here. >> it's artsy. >> i'm going to stay over here because i'm preparing for the next forecast. that's what i want to see. >> ♪ ♪♪
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>> ♪ >> welcome back on this saturday morning. i know you're just waking up but it's gorgeous out there. another gorgeous day. so, if you have been at work all week, you've been at school all week and you haven't been able to enjoy the nice weather we've had today and tomorrow is your day because it looks like it's going to be continue to be a wonderful october weekend. we're october 21st here and this may end up being the best weather week we've had in a long time, certainly could be the best weather week we have until sometime next year and certainly the weekend looks great, too, upper 70's both days. a few more cl clouds tomorrow. i think that will keep temperatures in the mid 75, 76, 77, something like that for tomor
little bit cooler but still real nice both days around here. check out temperatures right now. 44 at gaithersburg so it's a cool start. i mean, if you're out for a morning walk, get the dog out, a run, whatever it is you're doing, it's a little chilly and it will remain so for the next couple hours. manassas 39. winchester has come up a little bit. they were in the 30's last hour but they're 41 now. 45 for fredericksburg. here back in town we're in the lower 50's. okay, fair skies for us. high pressure is still in control. any chance of showers or clouds farther back out to the west of us. what's going on here is the jet stream is changing just a little bit. look how nice. check out these temperatures here. from texas, all the way to lincoln nebraska this morning, 69 degrees. fargo, north dakota 64 winnipeg canada is 64 degrees, so all this warm air is getting pushed right back up to the north of us and it's kind of following the jet stream, too, because the jet stream is bringing all the warmth from the south right up into the central plains. we find ourselves on the east side o
that keeps us nice and warm. the cooler air slowly coming in from canada, so at least for the next few days we're still warm and we're still in the 70's and we're dry but as that jet stream gets a little closer to us, late monday night and into tuesday, it looks like we're talking about the chance of some showers coming back into the forecast. so, it does look like we get the rain on tuesday. here's your seven-day forecast. kind of get an idea where we're going but today we're 78. tomorrow i think just a shade cooler, 77 or so with a few more clouds, 78 on monday. some showers by monday evening but certainly tuesday looks fairly wet. after that we cool down again, temperatures will be in the 60's as some cool air comes down from canada, from the northwest. all things considered, what a wonderful weekend. there's your forecast. hey, annie. >> hi, gary, thank you. all right, an empowering art exhibit is now opened here in the district. it's
it's a month long art exhibit that is helping to lift up local female artists and here to tell us all about it is the super fierce and local artist herself maggie o'neill. good morning, maggie. i could talk to you for hours. woar already bff's. what is super fierce about. >> it's about mentorship and paying it forward to those coming up. over half of the visual art rifts are women and we make up 5 percent. i've been at this for about 20 years and i'm very blessed that i have two successful businesses and a couple years ago i started reaching out to other women artists around the country who may have want to have been involved in this mentorship program. so, here we are, we have an exhibit of over 30 female artists at blind wine
we're there for a month. we've had lots of success so far, a lot of sales but we're also -- we have a charity partner named e beauty. they give wigs to women who are going through treatment and because it's breast cancer awareness month, 25 percent of everything that we are selling is going to e beauty. >> wow. so, let's show some of these pieces that people can actually purchase. >> yeah. >> amazing work. and these are from various artists right. >> this is actually one of mine, the original is in the exhibit but we've made prints and so when that people buy this print, the proceeds go to e beauty. >> uh-huh. >> part of the -- you know, if you're not going to walk in and buy an original piece you might want to take home a poster or a t-shirt or something that's just a memento from the exhibit. we made half a dozen of them we call them bad's a campaign posters, so we did princess leia, peggy guggenheim and these are just affordable in
and or at the exhibit. >> so, 25 percent proceeds go to e beauty. what a wonderful cause and super fierce, i mean is this the first time that you all have been -- opened up an exhibit like this and will there be more. >> so, we're taking it on the road, so new york is hopefully our next stop. we kicked off at the women's museum last year and, you know, washington, d.c. has the only museum in the world devoted to women in the arts. >> isn't that great. we need more. >> it's awesome and thank you wilhelmina holiday for deciding that that needed to exist sewn we're very lucky with the response we got and, you know, we wanted to have an exhibit that lasted more than just a few days, so this is a full month of programming. tomorrow we have a portfolio review day for emerging artists at the exhibit. this week we have a panel discussion on the art of business, the business of art with some experts and the executive director of d.c. commission on the arts and humanities is join and us. this is a grassroots effort but there's a lot of
wonderful women that have put their heart and soul into this. >> so, blind wino. >> open gallery hours are 12 to 5:00 both today and tomorrow. >> okay. so, basically you have, what, a few weeks left. >> we have about two weeks left. november 4th is technically our last day that the exhibit is open and then we will keep everyone posted. you know, it's not just this month. there will be programming going on throughout the year but the exhibit is really only this month. >> oh, and we're looking at some of your pieces now. >> yeah, so. >> excuse me. >> these are my paintings from the rest of my life. this is actually hanging in a restaurant called lincoln that i designed but these are also my -- these are some of my more popular prints. >> amazing work. >> thank you. [laughter] >> something is caught in my throat. all right. we'll be right back. >> i'm sorry. >> after this short break. >> oh, you need water.
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>> ♪ >> this is fox5 news morning. >> there has to the been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> ahead this morning, bannon putting bush on blast. the former white house adviser has some scathing remarks about the former president. and dusty is officially out. the nationals now on the hunt for a new manager after back to back division losses. we'll have the latest on their search. plus, on your mark, get set, go. yes, it is a big weekend for races here in the district. we have complete coverage of the big events coming up. and it is 8 o'clock. good morning and thanks so much for sticking with us on this saturday morning. i'm annie yu. let's begin with a live look outside on this gorgeous, gorgeous saturday fall day. gary mcgrady, at this going is
weekend. >> it sure s upper 70's yesterday. upper 70's today. let's get right to the forecast and i'll let you know what it's going to look like its a cool start this morning but yeah we're in for a really wonderful october weekend out there. so, so beautiful. we're starting off great. we're going to end up great and it looks like both days are going to be pretty good. annapolis right now is 56 degrees. these are current temperatures out there. gaithersburg is 44. manassas 41. let's see, who haven't i talked about this morning? martinsburg 41, hagerstown 46. and i think i've covered everybody else. leonardtown sorrying, we're still not getting the number from there, so definitely some problems with the instrumentation down there. all right, satellite picture looks like this. this is just cloud cover. you see green out there but it doesn't -- it doesn't mean rain. it just means higher cloud tops. colder cloud tops and it just means high clouds. we'll see some of these from time to time today. as the clouds kind of come over the mountains. not that the mountains have anything to do with this but as they kind of come to the east of the mountains, they'll dissipate a little bit. so, we'll get some hi
from time to time today but other than that, it just looks like it's going to be super nice. almost warm out there. i'm not sure what the number is to become warm but i mean, it's not going to be 80's so we'll go for 78 for a high temperature today. winds out of the east to southeast at only 5 miles per hour and mostly sunshine with the exception of maybe a few high clouds out there from time to time later on this afternoon. full forecast, details on the rest of the weekend and into next week. i'll tell you this t rain is coming and much, much cooler temperatures as well. so, i don't want to say a blast of cold weather, that wouldn't be right but definitely some cooler temperatures on the way. so, that's my attempt at a tease this morning, annie. >> ♪ >> all right, time now is 8:02. still breaking -- following that breaking news from overseas, i should say, egyptian security officials say at least 55 policemen have been killed in a shootout during a raid on a militant hideout near cairo. the exchange
happened late friday about 80 miles from the capitol after security services moved in and officials right now are saying the death toll could increase. so, we'll continue to keep an eye on this throughout the morning and bring you the very latest. meanwhile war of words. former white house adviser steve bannon fires back at former president george w. bush after the former president unleashed some scathing words about the current president. >> president bush embarrassed himself. the speech writer wrote a highfalutin speech. he has no earthly idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president of the united states. >> president bush denounced president trump in a speech on thursday and bannon responded by slamming the former president to a crowd in california last night as you just heard there. meanwhile bannon went on to say that there has not been a more destructive presidency than president george w. bush's. now to a fox5 exclusive.
a food service worker who is muslim says her boss ripped avenue her hijab and now the council on american-islamic relations has filed a complaint with the equal employment opportunity commission on her behalf. the incident happened about a month ago and the woman works for a company that prepares in flight meals at dulles airport. she's worked there for more than 25 years and according to the complaint which alleges religious and sexual discrimination, the supervisor violently and without consent assaulted and battered mariam meth. it says the company lsg sky chefs condoned the assault and has done nothing to reprimand the supervisor. in addition to the complaint, meth has filed a grievance with her union. now, in a statement to fox5, a spokesman for sky chef says "our company does not condone discrimination of any kind. the company is addressing the issue ." time now 8:04. turning to baseball news. after two years with the nationals dusty baker will not return as manager next season.
yesterday. the nationals say the search for a new manager will begin immediately. candidates already rumored include houston bench coach alex cora dave martinez and indians pitching coach mickey calaway. baker could not get the nationals past the division series. the season the nats got knocked out in game five in the series against the cubs and it was a disappointing loss for sure of nine to eight. all right. switching gears, get ready to run, folks we've been talking about this event for weeks and now it is finally here. we are talking about the race for every child kicking off this morning and our tisha lewis has been live there all morning long with everything we need to know and let's head to her now. tisha. >> reporter: well, good morning, annie, good morning to we have one. the race for every child has officially started. it is under way and in fact if you look over my right shoulder you can see the warmup taking place, people doing some stretches and activities before they get going. this is just one of several activities taking place.
the goal here today, this morning, is all to raise awareness and money and resources for children's health programs and initiatives and education. so far they have raised $1.4 million. their goal of $1.5 million is this close. joining us right now is kate rothstein. kate, good morning to you. >> hi, how are you doing today. >> reporter: i'm well. this is little teddy. >> can you say hi, teddy. >> reporter: now, you have a personal story. teddy had a heart condition at just four days old. so, this is something that hits close to home for you. tell us about it. >> it is. so, when teddy was born, he was in the nicu at the hospital center and we were lucky enough that their staff at children's hospital and they caught the general heart defect that otherwise probably wouldn't have been caught and we were sent directly to children's and from the w
just treated like family and they saved his life at two and a half months, he had open heart surgery and he was just cleared and he's now a thriving two and a half-year-old with the attitude to go with it. >> reporter: so, now he's happy and he's healthy and he's two and a half and he's doing great so this is a cause that is near and dear to you. what is the message here today? >> the message here today is that children's will be there for you whatever your need, whether it's a bump a bruise or major surgery. their goal is to send kids home, not just better but stronger and they will be there with the families, they'll be there with the kids. they will answer your questions and they're there for everybody. >> reporter: kate, thank you so much for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. just one of several stories, thousands of stories here this morning. there are more than 5,000 participants participating in this race for every child. this is t
it's taken place and it's bigger and better and really an inspiration to everyone and in case you were wondering where the money goes, that's just one example. it's all about having resources and tools and technology and education for children's health initiatives. annie, back to you. >> tisha, thanks so much. don't forget the marine corps marathon is also this weekend. it happens tomorrow. it's one of the largest marathons in the world and as you can imagine, there will be some road closures and our very own erin como checked things out and has everything you need to know about tomorrow's race. >> reporter: the 42nd marine corps marathon takes place tomorrow morning. it starts along route 110 between the pentagon and arlington memorial drive. runners take off just before 8:00 a.m. and they finish up at the marine corps war memorial. the 26.2-mile course runs through portions of roslyn georgetown down by the national mall and back into virginia. several road closures begin as early as 3:30 in the morning. all road closures will reopen on aol
wraps up. the key bridge is closed as well as the memorial bridge. several secondaries through the district and virginia as well. if you want to avoid the congestion, keep it to metro. they open at 6:00 a.m., sunday morning for the marathon. the closest stations to the race are the pentagon station on the blue or yellow lines, another option pentagon city station. also keep in mind if you're attending the 10k on the national mall closest stations there archives and l'enfant plaza. for a full list of road closures and more information visit me on twitter at erin fox5 d.c. >> erin thank you. coming up, playboy is breaking down barriers but some people are not happy about it. why their newest playmate is causing such a stir. we'll have that story and much more coming up. also as we head to break here at 8:09 let's take a live look outside. there's the washington monument on this saturday morning. it is perfect conditions out there. well, a the least for a fall day. gary will be back on the other side of the break to tell us what we can expect all weekend long. be right back. >> ♪ >> ♪♪
>> ♪ >> welcome back. time now 8:12. over $1 billion and counting and that is the early figure of how much money was lost because of the california wildfires. it's based on claims submitted to the eight largest insurers in the affected areas and the numbers are staggering. more than 5500 homes totally destroyed, 600 businesses burned to the ground and 3,000 vehicles lost to the flames. california's governor this week issued an
speeding up recovery efforts. meanwhile playboy is making history again by naming a transgender model a playboy playmate for the first time in the magazine's 64 year his history. french model inez raul get the honor of being the november-december centerfold. the 26-year-old model used to hide her identity but the move has received some pushback including former adult entertainer jena jamison speaking out. she told fox news it's a ridiculous attempt by playboy to stay relevant. first lady melania trump donated her inaugural ball gown to the smithsonian. the off the shoulder herve pierre dress will be shows cased alongside other first ladies' worn throughout the decades including jacqueline kennedy and michelle o
district to be honored by the national arc archives foundatio. he will be recognized for his career supporting history through both acting and film making. the foundation says it is honoring hanks for his powerful illumination of the american story through his vast body. the red carpet event starts at 6:00 p.m. with a gala and ceremony afterwards. doesn't he look great, gary. >> my gosh and he's like everyone's favorite actor, too. >> yeah. >> he can play so many different things. >> i loved him in a league of their own. >> how about captain phillips, sully, the list goes on and on. don't even talk about toy story. >> oh, yeah. >> forest gump. >> i'm very familiar with that. >> that's right. we can go on and on. i guess he's entitled to get a little ceremony in his behalf, right an award or something, they're going knight him, make him a sir. i don't know. 54 degrees here at reagan national, 44 for dulles. bwi marshaly is
we're going to warm up beautiful. you can just say wonderful october weekend here. twenty-first of october, 22nd of october tomorrow and look at these numbers. we're talking upper 70's today, sunny, beautiful. that's almost warm. i think some places are going to be maybe touching 80 before it's all said and done. we managed into the upper 70's yesterday i see no reason why we won't get just as warm today. a few more clouds tomorrow perhaps keeping temperatures down just a little bit off today's numbers. the high pressure is shifting a little bit to the east. okay, it's been sitting right on top of us all weekend long. that's why we've had such beautiful conditions but with the highs shifting a little bit to the east, we get a subtle change tomorrow where perhaps, perhaps this flow around the high will bring in a little bit of marine layer. we don't see it today. but we do see a little bit of this for tomorrow. again, this is futurecast being a little bit aggressive and this is what it tends to do from time to time bringing this flow around and it's just a small area of cloudiness here com
late morning, early afternoon. do i think this comes across tomorrow and takes away our sunshine? no, i don't. but i just want you to know that as we get into the day tomorrow, we will have a few more clouds coming on across. certainly by tomorrow night and then lingering into monday morning as well. the real rain chances come on tuesday. it's 44 in gaithersburg right now, westminster is 48 degrees. you can see we're 54 now here in town so we're warming up a little bit but still a lot of 40's out there and still a lot of low 40's out there but again, the sunshine does the trick today and it warms it up under high pressure. ally cloud cover is back to the west of us. a little bit of shower activity not much. it's not like there's a big strong storm system coming in. as a matter of fact, the temperatures are warming up into the 60's all the way up to fargo, north dakota this morning. it's sitting at 64 degrees at this early hour so you know there's warmth out there. 67 at 11:00 a.m. for us. 75 at 2 o'clock. right around 76 or so at 5 o'clock. we'll top out again in the
not just today but tomorrow, a few more clouds tomorrow, 77. a few clouds around monday because monday is kind of that last day before showers come in here on tuesday. hey, we need the rain, so the showers likely on tuesday is a good thing. we'll only be in the upper 60's and the low 70's. depending on how much in the way of rain we end up getting. much cooler. frontal system comes through tuesday night and wednesday morning. and that will bring us some cooler conditions. i still -- i'm not certain on the timing yet. so, we could be a little warmer on wednesday ahead of the front but we'll definitely start drying things out and then by the latter part of next week, we'll be much, much cooler with temperatures only in the 60's. right now i think next weekend looks pretty nice but just a little bit cooler than where we are this weekend. annie. >> back to back nice weekends. i'm liking that. >> could be. hopefully, hopefully. >> keep your fingers crossed. >> last weekend wasn't bad. >> no, it wasn't bad at all. yeah, et's keep our fingers and toes crossed this week. there's a lot happeni
the dmv this weekend. let's take a look at what's happening today. first up, if you have any old electronics lying around you want to get rid of now is your chance. loudoun county is holding a recycling event today in leesburg. they're accepting old tv's laptops stereos and even christmas lights. just drop them off at the park right today. next it's a big weekend for races. we talked about the marine corps marathon, we were talking about the race for every child and today kicks off the baltimore running festival. runners can choose between five distances to run including a half and full marathon. hundreds of people from across the country have signed up to race. this is the race's 17th year and for the first time the finish line will be at the inner harbor. now to northern virginia. halloween coming up of course and everyone is getting in the spirit, even our furry friends. today woofy's pet sitting service is hosting a halloween pet costume contest and party. all the proceeds will go to the u.s. humane society and help dogs and c
the recent hurricanes. it all starts at 10 o'clock this morning at woofy's on waxpool road in ashburn. and finally are you feeling namaste today? then head over to arlington for namaste day d.c. this premiere yoga event is for the whole community to practice their yoga poses with local instructors and it's happening at george mason university's founder's hall. register for a full or half day. time now is 8:19. coming up the question is are you getting enough vitamins? we'll help you answer that when we come back. we'll explain also some tips on what you should be taking and why the answers are different for everyone. we'll be right back on this saturday morning. >> ♪ >> ♪♪
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>> just like candy. [laughter] >> one of my favorites. >> we want more. i love lucy. >> i love i love lucy. i used to watch back to back episodes every saturday morning. there are lots of vitamins on the markets but which are right for you. >> no sampling here. >> even if we did i don't think they'll taste like much. >> dr. barry lance is here. he's going give us a lot of helpful tips this morning. i have my first question, okay. >> yes. >> do vitamins really work. >> well, you know, most people don't take in f five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables each day and even when they do, the soil in the united states is depleted of a lot of minerals that it had many years ago due to overfarming. >> there's no reason to eat fruits and vegetables. >> you can get most of your vitamins. >> it's a dietary supplement. >> absolutely but we need to supplement ourselves for the
so, you know, people know they need to take something but they get very confused when they go into a vitamin store or a pharmacy. like what are we supposed to be taking? it's overwhelming. >> look at the picture right there. that is overwhelming when you walk into that aisle. >> i do think it is overwhelming. however, as someone who does take vitamins and believes in them i think that the bottles nowadays they do a great job of showing you what they do, so if you spend a little time researching, you know, this one says b3 supports bone muscle and tooth health. is there a science to this because some people who do take vitamins are told you shouldn't take x amount, you know, don't take this and this together, it doesn't do what it's supposed to do, so is there a scienc behind taking vitamins. >> yeah, there absolutely is. i'm on the advisory board on vitamin packs.com and what that, its
nutritional web site that offers people guidance as to what they should be taking and how much. it -- it will also check for interactions between a person's medications to make sure that they don't advise any supplements that will cause any problems. so, you generally fill out a questionnaire online that takes into account your medical illnesses, takes into account your prescription medications, also takes into account your lifestyle. then it makes personal recommendations that would, you know, be most beneficial for -- uniquely for an individual. >> if you're taking vitamins and you're taking the correct vitamins for you, should you notice a difference? should you feel better? should you have more energy? should you be able to, you know, conquer the world, so to speak, if you're taking the right mix that's right for you. >> some people do tell me that they feel a lot better, for example, vitamin
vitamin that a lot of people are lacking. vitamin d is the sunshine vitamin. >> right. >> people aren't out in the sun like they used to be. they're trying to protect their skin. so, we find that a lot of people have low levels and people tell me when they're taking vitamin d that they feel more energy, that they feel better. >> it also lifts your mood, affects your mood. >> no doubt. >> yeah. i would say biotin, a lot of women who take biotin or prenatal vitamins, they do see differences in their nails, their hair. it strengthens their skin, clears. so, i think that's a great question. i would say that i have seen a difference as someone who takes vitamins but i think that there's also -- you have to take a certain amount, so it goes back to what you say s-the portfolio. >> personalized nutritional web site. >> what did you bring here today, doctor. >> we have a couple vitamins. let me mention along with vitamin d there's a vitamin a lot of people don't know much about called v
>> but we should be taking it. >> we should because it's not found in very many foods. it's only found in fermented foods like sauerkraut kefir kim chi. >> no vitamins in that department but just kim chi. >> it's fermented food. >> and then d-3. >> d-3. and two other important supplements that reduce inflammation in our body. inflammation is at the root of many of our chronic diseases. so, i recommend people take omega-3 fatty acids. >> okay. >> and also a derivative of the spice called turmeric. >> and that is really good for you. >> what if you just take turmeric every day. >> one thing i want to mention about turmeric. turmeric is great but when people cook with it or use it they need to add a little pinch of black pepper. otherwise it doesn't get absorbed into the body. >> my wife just told me that. >> did she. >> i'm not joking. we take turmeric every day. nowe
pepper and that's a whole different discussion. >> you mean you cook with turmeric. >> no, i put it in my coffee every day. >> do you. >> every day. >> that's a great idea. >> i wonder how that tastes. >> tastes like turmeric in your coffee. it does not taste bad at all. >> but you're right about the interactions. one thing i do want to mention, another reason to go a personalized nutrition web site like vitamin packs.com is to make sure there are no interactions with these vitamins and your medications. so, for example, i don't want people who are on coumadin, the blood thinner cymarin taking k2 which interferes with its action and even turmeric and its derivative can interfere with potent blood thinners. >> good info, doctor. thank you. >> we may have to take a trip to the pharmacy together so we can come up with our portfolio's. we'll be right back after that it is short break.
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finally, i've found chicken tenders that can pass as mine, which is nice because i've got better things to do. andre, i need a longer straw! introducing mcdonald's buttermilk crispy tenders. juicy, and made with 100% white meat. >> ♪ >> welcome back, everybody. time now is 8:31 on this saturday morning. temperature 53 degrees outside. oh, my gosh. we got up there, gary. we started off with 50 and here we are at 53. >> yeah, we're warm. sun is getting a little higher in the sky. sun doesn't get quite as high in the sky now as it did a month ago. we're going to warm up nicely today. >> yay! >> does that sound good. >> that sounds amazing. >> what sounds better almost 80 or warm? i don't know. >> i'll take
i'll take 75, 70. i'm not picky. >> yeah. >> just as long as it gun go 60 and below. >> i don't have any 60 and below, at least for daytime highs on the seven-day forecast so we're still pretty good. listen, let me show you this morning, very clear skies out there. we showed you the picture and you saw just all that blue sky and sunshine. this is no different. today is no different than what we were yesterday with all the sunshine, a few high clouds coming on across but all the big weather systems are held at bay for us at least on the east coast because we have this big area of high pressure in charge. and you see the clouds coming in in the midwest. those are just high thin clouds, still a lot of sunshine out there. and a few showers this morning. no big deal. parts of arkansas, up into missouri and southern sections of illinois. there's our temperature right now. so, we have managed up to 54 degrees. the suburbs are still pretty cool, lower 40's out there. so, i suggest if you're about to head out of the house for the next hour or so you might need a light jacket or a sweater but there's no real wind this morning. and there's so much sunshine, so if you don't have that, i
pretty good shape, too, and we're starting in the 40's and the 50's. we got a long way to go but we will get into the mid to upper 70's today. super dry atmosphere of the the relative humidities, the dewpoints are low so the atmosphere are really efficient in heating up so we get lots of sun today. temperatures approaching 80 degrees. lots of us approaching 80 degrees. i don't think we'll get there. but i think yesterday's high was 77 officially at national. officially at dulles as well. so, i don't see any reason why we won't be right in there today. annapolis a little cooler, leonardtown a little cooler. temperatures are in the mid 70's. here's the specifics. almost warm today. temperature gets up to 78 degrees. i don't know, maybe you think 78 is warm. mostly sunshine today. winds will be out of the east-southeast at 5 miles per hour. tomorrow looks great, too, and then on monday we start transitioning towards some showers for tuesday and then some much, much cooler temperatures coming in the latter part -- middle to latter part of ne
feel a lot more fallish around here than where we're feeling today even though we're starting off cool this morning and mornings feel nice and fallish but the afternoons are again, lots of sunshine and warm conditions. >> gary, thank you. time now 8:34. let's get to some news now. this morning police still searching for the gunman who shot a 16-year-old in northeast in broad daylight. officers say the shooting happened in the 1900 block of third street around 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. first responders say the teen was conscious and breathing when they took him to the hospital. no word on his condition this morning. meanwhile investigators say they are now looking for two black men driving a gray honda with virginia tags. anyone with information should give d.c. police a call. and controversy continues over a phone call faux pas made by president trump. the white house is now defending chief of staff john kelly who criticized democratic
frederica wilson. she listened in on the president's conference call to the widow of one of the niger victims. kelly had called wilson "an empty barrel" for bragging about getting funding for the new fbi building outside miami during her 2015 dedication speech. now under heated questioning, the press secretary appeared to warn a reporter not to challenge kelly. take a listen. >> if you want to go after general kelly, that's up to you but i think that that if you want to get into a debate with a four star marine general, i think that that's something highly inappropriate. >> meanwhile there are still questions over the niger attack. the pentagon is now conducting a review. president trump has launched a petition asking people to show support for standing during the anthem at nfl games. the petition was published on the republican national committee web site. it does not indicate right now how many people have actually signed it. the petition comes after nfl commissioner roger goodell rejected the president's calls
for the anthem. >> ♪ switching gears at 8:35 it's a beautiful day for a race. the race for every child ick --kicking off here in the district. tisha lewis joining us live from the race course and tisha, looks like there's a lot of people behind you. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, of course, annie, we had to save the best for last of the the warmup is over. the race is about to get started. you can see to my left all the super heroes and the children. this is what it's all about, raising awareness, money. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: for resources for children's health initiatives. this is the fifth year for the race for every child. so far they've raised $1.4 million. they're just shy of their goal of $1.5 million. and all of the people here are all here uniting again for the same message, really to raise awareness and resources for children's healt
wellness. there are more than 5,000 participants, and if you take a look to my right, you can see where people are walking, the kids dash will take place this morning. this is a family friendly event, so there's lots of participants, there's lots of teams and again, there's lots of children. everybody. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: here has their own story about why it was important for them to be here. some people have been hit by obstacles that they have been able to overcome with the help of children's national health systems. some people have not been hit personally by obstacles, but what i can tell you is you either maybe know someone who has. we're going to chat with this woman here live on fox5 d.c. why was it important for you to be here this morning. >> our family was raising money for children's miracle network with marriott as a team so we wanted to be here and show our support and show our kids that there are a lot of kids outhe
need help when they're in the hospital. >> reporter: wonderful. thank you so, so much. and let's -- let's see, let's jump over here. hi, there. you are live on fox5 d.c. why was it important for you to be here this morning. >> our four-year-old was in the nicu for four months after she was born and we just love the nicu at children's hospital and really want to support them and their cause. >> reporter: thank you so much. and i see that there's a group of young ladies right here. hi this is team ella. you guys thanks for being here. you having fun so far. >> yeah! >> reporter: very enthusiastic bunch. you guys ready to raise. >> yeah. >> reporter: did you guys do a good job raising money. >> yeah. >> reporter: all right, thank you ladies, so much. >> thank you. >> reporter: so, again, there's so many people here, lots of different stories. $1.5 million is the goal and they're very close. this is the fifth year that they've had this event and it's bigger and better than
annie. >> great news. thanks so much tisha. all right, don't forget the marine corps marathon is also this weekend. that is tomorrow. it's one of the largest marathons in the world. so, as you can imagine, there will be plenty of road closures and our erin como has everything you need to know about for tomorrow's race. >> reporter: the 42nd marine corps marathon takes place tomorrow morning. it starts along route 110 between the pentagon and arlington memorial drive. runners take off just before 8:00 a.m. and they finish up at the marine corps war memorial. the 26.2-mile course runs through portions of rosslyn georgetown down by the national mall and back into virginia. several road closures begin as early as 3:30 in the morning. all road closures will reopen on a rolling basis as the race wraps up. just keep in mind the key bridge is closed as well as the memorial bridge. several secondaries through the district and virginia as well. if you want to avoid the congestion, keep it to metro. they open at 6:00 a.m. sunday morning for the marathon. the closest stations to the race are the
on the blue or yellow lines. another option pentagon city station. also keep in mind if you're attending the 10k on the national mall, closest station there is arc arrives and l'enfant plaza. for a full list of road closures and more information visit me on twitter at erin fox5 d.c. >> thank you erin. coming up, ever have a craving for deer meat at the drive through? we'll tell you when fast food chain is offering venison for today only. stick around for that. and take a live look outside. gorgeous outside if you have anything to do outside today, maybe hit the fall festivals or the pumpkin patch, today's the day to do it. gary will be back to tell us whether tomorrow is a good day as well. we'll be right back. yeah, he says, yes, yay! >> ♪ >> ♪♪
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>> yes. >> okay. all right. arby's going where no fast food chain has gone before. this is on your screen a venison burger deer meat and for one day only they're selling a venison burger at select locations across the country. here in our area we googled it there's one in rockville and one in alexandria. the sandwich is made with thick cut venison crispy onions topped with a juniper berry sauce. the limited time burger will cost you seven dollars. so, get it while you can. >> so, scott going to go up to rockville and get us some of these. >> i think scott might check it out. >> we should have invited arby's on this morning to sample this. >> so that gary could do a taste test. >> would you not do a taste test of it. >> i probably would pass to be honest with you. >> because you don't like meat or you have a problem with deer meat. >> i love food, i don't know. >> i've eaten a lot of deer meat. i'm not a huge fan of venison. it's not as bad as people think. >> maybe with
berry sauce and the crispy onions. >> that is -- what -- >> it's a good combination. >> what's not good with juniper berry sauce and crispy onions. >> we have a spooky way to spice up your workout for halloween. libby is joining us. >> the libby. she's an institution. >> hard to believe halloween right around the corner. >> i know. stay back with libby from washington sports club keeping us fit after the halloween candy. i've already dipped into the candy. >> i had a milky way the other day. >> ♪
>> ♪ >> welcome back on this saturday morning. let's see, it's 13 minutes before 9 o'clock. 12 minutes before 9 o'clock. temperatures are in the lower 50's. beautiful shot this morning of the capitol on this saturday morning. this october weekend is really going to be nice. we'll finish it off with temperatures in the upper 70's. starting off cool this morning. these temperatures kind of coming up a little bit. culpeper is way up. they were in the 30's a couple hours ago, now in the mid 40's with the sunshine and blue skies doing the trick keeping everybody warm. high pressure here in charge and off to the east of us, too. west of us we're seeing some clouds, a few showers coming up on the backside of high pressure. remember, high pressure is kind of this counterclockwise atmosphere in the atmosphere so you've got winds coming up from the south and the gulf of mexico, warm temperatures, too. fargo north dakota this morning is 64 degrees.
it's still 64. lincoln nebraska is 69. wichita is 69. so, all this warmth is coming up on the backside of the high pressure here. winnipeg is 64 degrees so just unbelievable with these temperatures this morning. international falls lower 60's, minneapolis warmer than we are this morning at 60 degrees there. still chilly through the midwest and the northeast. boston at 54 degrees. our weekend forecast we start off chilly but we warm up real, real nice. sunny skies, too, a few high clouds coming on across. that will be the trend not only today but tomorrow. tomorrow in the afternoon and the evening we could have a little bit of cloudiness coming in from the east and the southeast. a little bit of the marine layer is going to try to come in late tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening but i still think a lot of sunshine and we'll get temperatures in the upper 70's. so, the jet stream this weekend cool air is lurking way up here into canada and northwest of us. eventually that's going to get here but not this weekend. we stay under the influence of upper level high pressure. high pressure at the
upper 70's. some close to 80 late this afternoon and maybe even tomorrow afternoon as well and the warmth goes all the way up to the northeast. so, it's really, really unusual this late in october to have this kind of warmth. here's your seven-day forecast. not only 70's today, upper 70's today but upper 70's tomorrow. upper 70's will stay with us on monday. i think monday's kind of more of a day of transition where we're talking about getting ready for some rain coming in on tuesday. after the showers on tuesday, we're going to have some 60's on wednesday. don't take the shot yet 'cause i got to go -- look what i found. libby is here. >> yes. >> who might this be. >> i'm a good witch. >> annie the good witch. >> i shouldn't talk like that. i'm the good witch. >> sure is. >> don't let the scale scare you. >> you have a hat i have candy. >> don't feel bad about sneaking a couple of extra candies this year. [laughter] >> personal trainer
libby reuben joining us in the loft with a holiday workout. gary you've dipped into your halloween candy. >> no, i didn't. mike thomas gave me a milky way yesterday. >> the little one they're harmless the little cute ones. >> no one eats almond joys. >> annie does. but did you know everyone should be working out, right? well, for the entire month of and october, washington sports clubs has all classes free to everyone. >> no way. >> for everyone. every class. even small group training. >> wow. >> so, if you get in this week or next week do you just have -- you can only have a week or can you go into november. >> well, it's october. >> oh. >> it's october. so you go to washington sports clubs.com, check out all their diverse classes and they're fabulous instructors. i'm teaching too, this morning. >> part of working out is just starting, right. >> just starting and stay with it. and it's just moving. it's just moving and to be conscious of how many calories are in the candy. [laughter] >> all right. >> okay, i won't eat
>> all right. so, any way, check out the classes 'cause we do want to burn off the calories. >> how much do i have to lift. >> so -- >> let's get moving. >> let's get moving. pick up your pumpkin weights. pretend that's a medicine ball. so, this is 85 calories. what do you do to burn off 85 calories. >> five of these. >> well, do you three sets of 12 pumpkin squat presses. >> pumpkin squats. >> sit back into your heels, lifting up and i wouldn't mind a calf raise. >> ooh. >> get those calves, find your balance but you know what, how do you burn it? >> annie you're cheating. >> it's the calories. it's the calories. so, let's do jack-o-lantern jumps because when you do cardio, oh, my goodness, your burn the calories but say, you know what, i don't like reeses, i like kit-kats. you can just have one. >> is that less calories. >> golly day it is but it's 70 calories for these
little wafers. >> 70 calories. >> let's do lurking lunges with biceps curls. you can lunge back or. >> you guys in your lunges and your squats. >> i always like rotation to get the abdominals many hello, annie. >> kick that up a notch. >> hello over there. right. or again cardio. so, that's why i brought the mats. monster climbers. so, i'm going place my cute little pumpkin right here and do mountain climbers. i can even tap the knee to the pumpkin. and if i need a rest, i just lift it up and exhale, right. >> yeah. >> so, there's so many great things and if you want to do creeping crunches. >> i love watching her do it. >> i just love working out. can you tell. >> better you than me. >> i teach children. love, love, love and we can do creepy crawler crunches so you can just go down on the ground. use this like a med ball. roll it abou down one vertebraet a time. >> clearly i h
do after the show. leave the pumpkin here. i'll burn off my 70 calories. >> look how cute these are, right? so, remember movement's key. just be conscious of how many calories and sugar are in all these. so, if you really like it, just have one. >> cheat day. >> right, right. but five, not so much. >> take a bite, walk away, see if it satisfies you. >> and drink plenty of water. >> okay. >> hydration is key and just movement and it's just -- >> and that goes for kids, too. don't overdo it with the candy. >> no, no, no. just moderation. >> that's right. >> thank you. >> my pleasure. >> thank you so much for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow at 7 o'clock. >> keep moving. >> the show is already over. >> oh, my goodness. >> no, the show is not over. >> no, it's not not can we have more. >> don't go a way yet. there's more show. >> i was told it was. >> awesome. >> ♪
>> okay, here we go. before we say goodbye let's say hello to our facebook pet of the day. good morning chi and spike. thanks for watching the two bearded dragons love watching every morning. >> and they love it when we come on because that means it's breakfast time. i don't even know -- what do you think these guys eat, that's what i probably want to know. >> probably insects. >> you said they're high maintenance. they to not eat venison burgers although that's available today at arby's. thanks injury for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow at 7 o'clock. have a great d
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