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the activity back to the west of us in through ohio and kentucky along the ohio river. that's going to roll in here overnight. we are not done with the rain and showers even though a little bit of a respite. zoom in, shower activity between rockville and german town and toward fairfax, activity on the east side of i- 95 between d.c. and toward kwan quantico. this is going to head over to albany, right now all south of camden yards and that is good news, they are on track to play. 8:30 tonight showers off to the south, temps in the upper 50s to low 60s. but by 10:00 notice what's gathering to the west, all this activity rolls through, by midnight we are looking at rain and showers again covering the entire metro area. we will come back, put that further into the future and let you know if we can salvage some of saturday and what happens to sunday. >> thank you, top. well these two parents from prince william county are locked up tonight after their 9- month-old baby died and prosecutors have charged them with neglect. >> police telling us they left
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a child in her crib for 16 hours without checking on her. our surae chinn visited the neighborhood. >> reporter: to a leave a 9- month-old home for 16 hours in a house? >> neighbors are reacting to the tragedy of a 9-month-old girl who died in her crib last weekend. police s their baby in the crib at 8:30 saturday night, the next time they would check up on her would be 12:30 sunday afternoon, 16 hours later. >> any child left unsupervised is terrible. >> reporter: police say one of the parents called 911 about the unconscious and unresponsive baby. when police arrived, they found her lifeless body. the parents adam and jasmine alexander both 21 have been arrested. police say they had noticed the infant had a breathing problem four weeks ago but never took her to the doctor. in fact, police say the little girl had not been to a routine checkup for seven months. >> who does that?
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who does that to a -- who does that to your own kid? who does that to any kid? there's something furby. >> reporter -- fishy. >> reporter: police say no trauma on the body. a medical examiner conducting an autopsy. in north texasville -- nokesville, virginia. tonight d.c. police investigating two deadly shootings and they don't have any suspects in custody yet. both happened this morning about 4 miles apart on ivanhoe street southwest and good hope road southeast. first shooting on ivanhoe before 8:00, when police got there, they found a man with several gunshot wounds and he was pronounced dead at the scene. couple hours later good hope road near ketchum elementary, a man shot multiple times in a barber shop. call the cops immediately if you know anything. d.c. mayor vince gray signed a bill allowing residents to carry concealed
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weapons but they will have to wait a while before they can do it. gray signed the emergency bill last night and can be in effect for three months. officials licensing requirements. one of them will require applicants to give a specific reason they need to have a concealed carry license. a permanent d.c. gun law has to be passed. d.c. police hope you can help them identify the people seen in this video assaulting a man. it happened saturday, september 13th at 3:00 a.m. in the 900 block of s street northwest. the man -- a man attacks another man, beating him to the ground. anyone with information should call police at the number on your screen. there is a $1000 reward. married gay couples in virginia can now adopt children. governor terry mccall la sent a note to the officials alerting them to the news. on monday the supreme court turned away appeals challenging gay marriage from five states including virginia. and virginia elections officials stepping up their efforts to reach out to voters
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about their new voter i.d. law ahead of the november 4th election. nearly 200,000 voters may not have a photo i.d. to vote and as peggy fox reports, this new law is especially worrisome for democrats. >> reporter: absentee voting is underway for the november elections, this year voters in virginia must have a valid photo i.d. democratic governor terri mcauliffe opposed the new law. >> i'm concerned there are hundreds of thousands of folks that do not know they need a photo i.d. and don't have access to a photo i.d. and that's the issue, why are we making this more difficult for people to vote? >> reporter: the state board of elections says 198,000 registered voters don't own a driver's license. democrats are worried because many of those are minorities and elderly voters who typically vote democratic. but many kinds of photo i.d.s are accepted and fairfax county elections board secretary brian shanham says they are doing outreach to let voters know.
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>> a greater legitimacy to the process, when you feel like your vote doesn't count or being diluted by someone who shouldn't be allowed to vote voting, then you won't have turnout. >> in you don't have a driver's license you can use any government issued photo i.d., even an employee i.d. if you have none of those then you can get a state issued voter i.d. but of course it would have your picture on it. >> if you come in on election day and you don't have i.d., you're going to fill out a professional ballot -- potional ballot, three days from the day of the election friday afternoon to provide us with a valid i.d. to go with that ballot. if you do that, your vote counts, if you don't get it in by the 12:00 noon deadline after the election, then it won't. it has been said money is a mother's milk of politics so tonight downfaucet's -- john faust's campaign might be feeling thirsty. pulled back a $2.8 million ad
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it had promised and then after bad press returned $133,000 of it. >> campaigns are made of up people who have to believe until the last day they have a chance but national, political campaign committees are not filled with such idealism, they look at hard, cold numbers and the dccc has made a calculation that this race is not worth putting the money into. >> the republicans say this is a sign the national democrats have given up on faust. he was supposed to be in one of the most competitive races in the country. the foust says it is still close. the nats didn't make it past the first round of the playoffs but orioles did. >> in big funky style too. the american league championship series begins in about an hour and dave here to tell us who he likes. >> i'm going to go against the grain, unpopular, i'm going to say kansas city. >> really? >> i know people in baltimore are throwing shoes at the tv right now but send your bet e-
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mails to me. >> give baltimore and kansas city credit while everyone was coughing at their -- scoffing at their accomplishments, they were simply balling and one of these unlikely combatants about to play in the world series, first stop tonight in a semiwet and soggy camden yards which might play to the advantage of bam more baltimore. they've got the ponchos. >> just excited to get another opportunity to go out there and do what i do. these guys have been here all year cheering us on and outstanding and to get this far has been great. >> 2012 we had like 2 1/2 hour seemed like a rain delay with the fans and i remember someone saying in the clubhouse, i hope fans stay and i remember jonesy saying they have been waiting around 13, 14 years, they will
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be here. >> awfully fun here tonight. both of these teams played very well in the regular season, 4-3 kansas city won the regular season match-up. so should be fun tonight. i can't wait. >> going to be a good game and we will get into the baltimore thing. >> yeah, next time. >> next time. mouth dropping not the only -- mouse droppings not the only violations in tonight's restaurant ratings. macy's, when the store
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in fairfax county we had to cut a lot of waste. we consolidated offices. started sharing printers. we can walk a few feet.
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replaced computers, but kept the monitors. they still work fine. we even discovered that the phone company overcharged us by three million dollars! i approve this message because congress doesn't need another right winger. they need someone who can balance a budget. oh, and we definitely didn't need so many government studies. it's restaurant alert time and we've got a sandwich shop, two pizza joints shut down for serious health code violations. let's get to reporter russ ptacek. >> reporter: inspectors ordered them all closed with health citations. you can follow along and track these and all restaurants in d.c., montgomery county and
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virginia from a mobile restaurant alert. text the word food to 25543 dessert, like enter rockland's on wisconsin avenue, the restaurant alert shows a september 18th report citing eight violations including mice feces in the kitchen. in a statement rockland says the health and safety of our guests is our top priority priority. we have fixed those items. type in tail. >gore -- taylor gourmet, and you will see warnings on august 25th, september 15th and september 22nd resulting in a closure citing in d.c. certified protection manager repeated violations. in a statement taylor gourmet says we had a mixup with one of our employees, maryland food certification not transferring over. all clear now. punch up the brown bag on 14th street. its september 15th closure report cites 15 violations including heavy roach infestation and fruit flies.
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in a statement they say the whole thing was due to a manager error. the manager has since lost his job. grab your smartphone and text food to 25543 to get a restaurant look. all the restaurants passed reinspection and they are back in business. i'm wusa9 reporter russ ptacek. ddot planning to close a stretch of ca saweda street -- street --qesada street. the closure between 32nd and 33rd streets. they will be pouring pervious concrete which will allow the water to flow through the pavement and that could be a big help in preventing the craters we spot every spring on that very block of qesada street. the state is holding its annual sales tax holiday for energy efficient products so today through monday virginia residents will not have to pay the sales tax on items like heat pumps, dishwashers,
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washing machines and refrigerators. the items have to be $2500 or less and certified with energy star and water sense designations. looking ahead to the big holiday season, macy's workers will have to cut their turkey day celebration a little bit short because the reporter is the latest to -- retailer is the latest to bump up times. this year opening at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving. macy's is hoping to get a jump on black friday shopping. everybody else is going to follow suit now. just open a little bit earlier. right now we have a little bit of a respite, it's dry here in the northwest. we widen the radar out, look at the showers back into ohio and kentucky, they are heading our way. we will track them for you with futurecast and we will let you know if we can salvage one day of this weekend. i had really two options, one was not to speak and -- and the second was to speak up and
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then be killed. >> a brave young woman now with a big honor. what she plans to do now that she has won the nobel peace prize. you're watching wusa9 and your only local news at 7:00.
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like the right-wing republicans in congress. they want to overturn roe v. wade. so does she. "i think roe v. wade should be overturned." barbara comstock even voted with right-wing republicans to require women seeking an abortion to undergo transvaginal ultrasounds. that's all i need to know. i'm john foust and i approve this messge. if you are just getting home we've got a look at today's to a dallas sheriff's deputy who was hospitalized for a week with possible symptoms of ebola says he feels lucky to be alive tonight. michael monnig spoke to
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reporters today. he tested negative for ebola yesterday. he was one of several deputies who entered the dallas apartment where ebola patient thomas duncan was staying with relatives. duncan of course passed away earlier this week. >> i was scared when they tell me my temperature is 101.7, because i knew 101.5 is the point where they talk about that being a key point for ebola and i saw the nurses look at each other with white eyes. >> when nurses look at each others with white eyes that scares everybody. turns out monnig just had a viral infection that quickly ran its course. as for duncan, health officials confirm his body was cremated this morning. the death toll from this year's ebola outbreak is now past 4000, most of the victims in west africa. the state department is raising its terrorism alert once again for americans traveling abroad. it issued the new worldwide caution today saying terrorist groups continue to plot strikes against americans and the
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country's interest in africa, asia, europe and the middle east. the main concern is isis. officials believe there is an increased likelihood of attacks from that militant group. the alert also notes the growing threat of kidnapping. the pakistani school girl who survived a taliban gunshot to the head says she will use her nobel peace prize to continue her campaign. malala yousafzai heard the news while in school today and decided to stay in class instead of go out and celebrate and that's part of the reason she won the award to begin with. the committee recognized the teenager for her struggle to give girls the opportunity to go to school. >> i have received this award but this is not the end. this is not the end, this is not the end of this campaign which i have started. i think this is really the beginning and i want to see every child going to school. there are still 57 million children who have not received education who are still out of the family school and i want to see every child going to school and getting education. >> two years ago while malala
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rode home on her school bus a taliban gunman shot her in the head. the 17-year-old is the youngest nobel peace prize winner. she shares it with a 60-year- old indian man for his fight against child slavery. this is a yellow alert day. now here's wusa9's first alert weather. >> i like it. >> you do? >> i like it. did not notice. >> just like a man. >> thank goodness. >> derek starts complimenting me and my hair, we've got issues. it's not much different. thank you, not much different. a little pressure. yellow alert tonight and through tomorrow morning. start with a live look outside, clouds kept temps down a little bit. high was only 66. right now it's 61, winds still northeasterly at 8 and have that northeasterly flow pretty much through tomorrow afternoon. i think the winds will turn northwest late tomorrow. the radar, widen this out and show you this activity again
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and looking at new information at the weather center, some of the rain could be a little heavy tonight north and west of town and it's just entering now in the mountains around morgantown and about to enter garrett county and toward elkins and davis, west virginia. right now in pretty good shape. most of the activity south and everything is light and up in baltimore very little going on. that's good news for the os game. zoom in a little bit. we have a little patch of some rain, just light showers really around 50, out 66, and also out 50 toward annapolis but nothing heavy at all and everything began pushing off to the east so have a little bit of a respite for another batch rolls in. consequently, yellow alert through tomorrow morning for rain and showers, you will need an umbrella and light jacket tonight, kind of cool outside. showers linger into saturday afternoon, early saturday afternoon, we will see sunset, soccer games probably still okay tomorrow morning. so mom and dad get ready, get the umbrella out and jacket on. 11:00 tonight we see a lot of showers back to the west and they are growing in intensity
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and also coverage and i'll just stop this at 3:00 in the morning, this is great sleeping weather. this is fantastic. rain, occasionally moderate across most of the metro area with temperatures in the 50s. the good news is, by 8:00 most of the heavy activity east of 95 and then by 10:00 just some residual showers but just light activity and finally by about 3:00, 4:00 we see some breaks in the clouds and we will see the sun set tomorrow. okay. day planner, light showers right on through the morning, upper 50s, 59 by 1:00. next three days, we are looking at it like this, sun to start on sunday and then maybe a shower to finish but really a pretty good day, temperatures about 65 and then on monday for columbus day, temperatures in the mid-70s with some showers, not a bad start to the week if you are working. now, on tuesday, showers and thunderstorms, we are in the mid to upper 70s, cold front goes through a little bit cooler on wednesday, we are back in the upper 60s and then right now looks really nice, sunshine on thursday, 72, and sunshine on friday,
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temperatures cool back in the mid-70s. that is nice. we will be back
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mt it is going to be a soggy friday night. >> and a soggy saturday morning too. >> you will not be riding your bikes tomorrow morning.
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but sunday looks nice, even though we are ending the day with showers, sunday looks fine, really does, temperatures in the mid-60s and then columbus day, do you have to cook out for columbus day? >> i don't think so. >> showers and mild -- showers and thunderstorms on tuesday and then nice on wednesday and just spectacular if it holds on thursday and friday. >> you know, there is something to be said for sleeping in on saturday morning. >> oh, yeah. and tonight with the pitter patter -- >> perfect for that. that is all for your only local news at 7:00. we leave you tonight with some cuteness. >> the washington animal rescue league, all these little guys are ready for adoption. you can stop by the shelter tomorrow or sunday from noon until 5:00. have a great weekend. >> very cute.
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oh, we have a lot happening, a lot to get to. >> here's what's happening on "entertainment tonight." >> get your finger out of my face. >> i'm here. i'm ready to go. >> the dance mom versus abby lee miller. her court showdown today. >> i didn't sign up for physical abuse. >> we'll tell you why abby is now also being sued by her accuser's teenage daughter. >> what does it feel like when she yells? >> also tonight, a former nanny breaks her silence about the "7th heaven" dad. >> this is pretty dirty. >> then we have a look at tv's new show "the affair" as we examine the impact of so many dramas featuring tv spouses. >> television makes everything look sexy. >> and annie lennox is back and not afraid to speak her mind, even about beyonce. ♪ who runs the world ♪ >> made a comment about beyonce being a feminist light. what did you mean? >> thank you for giving me this opportunity.
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>> now, "e.t." getting everyone a voice. hi everybody. thanks so much for joining you. headed into the weekend with more big news to report. >> our news desk has been working this story so let's get started. >> there is new "daps mom's" legal drama and all of this invited from this wild brawl on the reaction show. >> get your finger out of my face! >> girls, out of the room! >> the fight was explosive and nasty. >> get away from me! >> in november former dance mom kelly highland hit instructor abe lee miller and she was at her assault trial in a bronx criminal court. >> i've been here six or seven times for this, and i really just want it to be over. i want my day in court and be done with it. >> kelly's case was postponed again. she has pled not guilty to auassndlt aas hart smencharges. the dance mom is hitting abby hard in civil court. her family has filed not just one but two lawsuits. >> i think all the kids are scared of abby.


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