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your morning breakfast may soon cost a lot more. the news starts right now. good morning. welcome to wusa9 at 6:00 a.m. it's thursday, june 11. i'm andrea roane. you need to prepare yourself. summer weather is here. heat and humidity will be with us for the next few days. >> life in the '90s, the new norm. allyson rae tracking a series of days in the 90s. larry miller is tracking your commute. there are a few issues you need to know about before you hit the road. a few days where we're at 90 or above. today could be our hottest day of the season so far. hottest day at reagan national has only been 92 so i think we're forecasting 93. there you go. temperatures out there right now are going to be a little bit warmer and more humid than yesterday. so you'll notice a difference.
we're at 71 degrees. the dew point at 65. that's up from yesterday. it's going to be again more humid tomorrow. so our feels like temperature during the afternoon is going to be into nine hundreds. so take -- into the hundreds so take note of that not a lot of rain -- take note of that. not a lot of rain today. it will be hot. our rain chances will increase but not until tomorrow. highs today about 93. larry, over to you. i want to take you out to clinton right now where we've been keeping a close eye on a fatal accident there for you this morning. again, this accident took place in the 7400 block of old alexandria ferry road where we are ready to give the all clear. a live look right now shows that all roads are open. everything is rocking and rolling so you will be able to travel on that stretch of road. want to take you back to the maps where we're tracking another accident, this one taking place in fairfax this morning where we have parts of chain bridge road between 236 and north street closed as a result of a truck versus a
moped. we understand the driver of the moped was taken to the hospital. we're working on getting sky 9 in that location. we'll have an update for you shortly. we'll send it over to you. our top story this morning, more u.s. soldiers will soon be deployed to iraq. it's a renewed effort to defeat isis. the 450 additional soldiers will work as advisors to the iraqi military. that's in addition to 3100 american troops already stationed in iraq. the new trainers will help establish a base in the anbar province of western iraq. they'll also be used to recruit and train sunni fighters. the taqaddum air base will be the fifth air base. about 9,000 iraqis have been trained with another 3,000 currently in training. across the boarder in syria, an american has died fighting against isis.
dozens more americans are suspected to be involved in the fighting without the permission of the u.s. government. >> i can confirm that u.s. citizen keith broomfield was killed in syria. we're providing all possible assistance. >> reporter: 36-year-old keith broomfield was kid as he fought alongside kurdish forces inside syria against isis militants reportedly on june 3. broomfield from bolton, massachusetts, an hour west of boston, was married and had no children. friends say they don't believe he had any military background, but he became angered by the isis brutality. >> my understanding was he was motivated by what he saw on tv and it spurred him into action. >> reporter: a woman identifying herself as broomfield's sister wrote on facebook, my unspoken prayers and tears for those in the middle east were answered when he left to fight. i didn't think i would lose him. friends say broomfield traveled to the region just months ago.
he's believed to be the first known death of a u.s. citizen in the battle against the terror group. it's unknown how many other americans are fighting against isis. the u.s. has not said exactly how broomfield died. pro-kurdish social media accounts are now calling broomfield a martyr. 185 americans are fighting on the opposite side for isis. new information this morning into the mansion murders, even though the savopoulos home here in northwest washington no longer considered a crime scene. the tape is now gone. we are learning more information as the court unseals documents and in these search warrants, we learn that detectives found a bloody bat near the bodies of the three adult victims in an upstairs bedroom. according to the search warrants, savvas savopoulos suffered trauma to the back ever his head. an adult woman had cuts to her throat and head. a second woman was receiving cpr at the time emergency
responders arrived. 10-year-old philip you may remember was found in another room, his body burned beyond recognition. inside a suspect daron wind's car, police -- wint's car, police found cash and money orders. his d.n.a. was found on pizza crust and the victim's blood discovered on his shoes. so far the 34-year-old former savopoulos employee is the only person charged in connection with this murder but police do not believe he acted alone and are actively looking for his accomplices. we'll have much more on their hunt for more suspects coming up at 6:30. we're live in northwest, delia goncalves, wusa9. some jurors are talking this morning about the jesse matthew case. yesterday the charlottesville man entered an alfred plea in the fairfax county sexual assault case that happened nearly ten years ago. that means matthew acknowledges there was enough evidence to convict him but he stopped
short of admitting guilt. one juror said he was convinced of the guilt not because of the emotion of the victim but because of science. >> having his d.n.a. along with her right hand along with a cigarette butt. >> matthew is also charged in the abduction and death of uva student hannah graham. prince george's county police want you to take a close look at the child in this photo. if you recognize this missing 12-year-old, you should call them at once. his name is josiah arnold. he was last seen in the 5700 block of kentfield lane. that's in upper marlboro. josiah was wearing a black shirt and gray pants. call prince george's county police if you have any information about josiah's whereabouts. when you get sick, you take a sick day, right? in the state of maryland, hundreds of thousands of people just don't have that luxury. and about 100,000 of them are in montgomery county. today a council committee could vote to change that. it's all part of the sick leave
bill. here's how it works. workers could earn one hour of paid sick time for every 30 hours worked. up to seven full days of paid sick leave per year. the measure closely resembles legislation that has stalled in the maryland general assembly. but not everyone is on board with the idea. some say it would cost businesses too much money. those for the bill say not having paid sick leave costs families money and puts their jobs at risk. if the vote clears the committee, the measure then goes to the full council for a vote. back to you. the search for two escaped inmates from new york expands to vermont. >> acura drivers, a recall involving your car's braking system just announced. >> we'll those stories and more coming up but first here's allyson with a weather pe view and an -- preview and an orange alert. >> thanks, andrea. we have the code orange due to ozone. unhealthy for sensitive groups and those with asthma. there's more information on my twitter feed and my facebook
welcome back. i'm meteorologist allyson rae. just about ten minutes after 6:00. it's warm and humid. humidity will only increase in the coming days. let's take a look outside from our michael & son camera. it's going to be hazy and humid, 71 degrees. the dew point at 65. it's higher than it was yesterday and the south, southwesterly winds will continue. 61 for germantown. damascus at 63. columbia 67. how long does the heat wave stick around? at least spots next three days -- at least for the next three
days we're at 90 or above. a little relief on sunday but not by much. we'll talk about how close we are to record highs coming up in a little bit. in fairfax, we're giving the all clear for the earlier accident involving a truck and a moped. this is on chain bridge road between 236 and north street. so that's all clear right now. sky 9 meantime giving us a live look at i-66 at route 50 showing volume on the eastbound side. for those of you approaching or heading into town, will you see some volume as you head into fairfax and in toward the district but again no accidents or incidents that should slow you down other than that volume. to maryland right now, around the beltway at river road, traffic starting to pick up on both the inner and outer loop. again no accidents which is certainly some good news there. we'll have your drive times around the metro coming up after the seven-day forecast. over to you. louisiana continues to fight the release of the angola
6:15. allyson rae back with us. i saw the hashtag blamecanada trentsdzing for a few -- trending for a few minutes yesterday. >> it made us cold a little bit gl. thank canada -- a little bit. thank canada. >> we're not going to see much of the wildfire smoke issue, milky sky but on the other end of that, we have the hot, humid conditions. a little wind and ozone issue. so it's going to be very unhealthy for sensitive groups for the air quality today, especially during the afternoon and evening hours. so limit outdoor activities if you are in that group. if you want more information, i have it all on my facebook page and also on my twitter feed. i post add link there for more information. it's getting to be hot the next three days. 90 to 95. is only going to increase tomorrow. take a look how we're starting off on your michael & son camera. it's going to be a nice start.
temperatures are comfortable for now. 71 degrees. and that dew point is at 65. remember yesterday the dew point was into the 50s. that's pretty manageable. once you get into the mid-60s, it's noticeable and once it approaches the 70-degree mark, the dew point that is, that's where it's going to be tomorrow, it comes pretty uncomfortable. winds out of the south, southwest today 5 to 10 miles per hour. a very light wind. rain chances not too great. 90s. 93 for frederick. 92 for baltimore. a little bit cooler near the water. that's when we'll get heat relief and 95 for fredricksburg but 93 in d.c. records will be hard to reach for baltimore and through d.c. we're looking at records into the hundreds. we're going to be 93 for today and tomorrow. but areas -- excuse me, dulles has a record of 93 so that's one we could break out through dulles but baltimore and d.c. today, the record is out of touch. friday and saturday we'll be flirting with it. i think our best chance to break a record will be on friday. we get a little bit of heat relief on sunday at # # degrees
-- at 88 degrees but we're still above average. our average high for this time of year is 83. rain chances will also increase the next coming days. hard to find today. this is south of baltimore and off to the west. everyone elgoing to be pretty -- everyone else going to be pretty dry. tomorrow by 6:00 a few pore showers and storms by the late -- few more showers and storms by the late afternoon and evening hours. saturday is the best chance for rain and it will help keep our temperatures down a little bit on sunday. -9d 3 for today and -- 93 for today and tomorrow. 92 saturday. we're back to the low to mid- 90s by mid next week. larry, over to you. thanks, allyson. your time 16:18. good -- time is 6:18. everything is running on schedule for metro riders. buses on schedule so we're good to go there. marc is also in a good position there as all the trains are running on schedule. on the inner loop of the beltway from rockville pike to
landover road about an 18- minute commute. no major issues on i-66. just volume mainly in fairfax but from nutley street into town, 27th street northwest, you're looking at a 17-minute commute. on 95 on the northbound side if gordon boulevard to i-395, a 10- minute commute. and issue and problem free on 50, especially westbound from crain highway to fairview avenue northeast. you're looking at a 16-minute commute. want to take a live look outside and show you how things are shaping up on i-395 at duke street, the northbound side. you can see volume starting to build up as you approach the 14th street bridge but no accidents. certainly some good news there. for i-270 for those of you making the trek down from frederick toward the beltway, you're looking at an issue free commute. just volume building up as you approach germantown. so just expect to see a little bit of volume there as you get from germantown into rockville. we'll have another update now shortly. for now, let's turn it over to mike. good morning, everyone. i'm mike hydeck with some of
the others stories we're following for you this morning. the manhunt for two convicted killers who used power tools to break out of a maximum security prison in new york has now expanded to vermont. that happened late yesterday. there are now reports of activity back near the town of dannemora. don champion reports from essex, new york where officials are following hundreds of leads. >> you're aware of the escapees from new york, right? >> reporter: authorities pounded the pavement late into the night handing out wanted post glers they're not nice -- posters. >> they're not nice people. >> reporter: and searching camp grounds. >> it's just what you do in a campground. >> reporter: the hunt for the fugitives has crossed state lines and grown more intense. >> they are killers. they are murderers. there's no reason to believe they wouldn't do it again. >> reporter: investigators have expanded their search to the border of new york and vermont after learning the inmates
talked about how there would be less police on the ground to search for them. >> we have information that suggests that they thought that new york was getting to be hot. vermont would be cooler in terms of law enforcement. >> reporter: cbs news has learned joyce mitchell, an employee at the prison, was allegedly supposed to pick up the prisoners as they broke out. instead she sought treatment for a panic attack. so far she's not been named a suspect. don champion, cbs news, essex, new york. in the colorado theater shooting, jurors heard emotion a.m. testimony from pa trish -- emotional testimony from patricia rora. she lost her son for a brief moment in the chaos and here she describes the moment she found him. >> i looked up in the aisle and found ethan and i remember grabbing him and that's when i
knew i had to get out. [ crying ] >> the day of testimony ended with the ex-girlfriend of james homes. she talked about their breakup shortly before the shooting occurred. the fighting continues for the freedom of the last of the angola three. the state won an emergency stay to keep woodfox behind bars. accused in the 1972 killing after guard. the courts have overturned his two convictions in the case. acura is urging drivers of two suv models to bring their cars to the dealer this morning to check the brakes. that's if they fall under the most recent recall. the recall involves the mdx and the rlx models from 2014 and 2015. about 48,000 of those models are affected. the company says the brake system can mistakenly slow the car down and that increases the possibility of a crash. the centers for disease control and prevention says the investigation into blue bell's
listeria outbreak is now over, but the effects of the shut qown are still being -- shutdown are still being found. since the ice cream plant shut down in texas, one person's business has dropped 30%. >> i tell everyone we're joined at the hip. when they fell, we fell, too. >> so far no date has been given when blue bell products could be back in stores. meanwhile the cost of cleaning up last month's oil spill on the california coastline has reached $62 million. that averages about $3 million a day in cleanup costs. about 76% of that 97 miles of coastline have now been cleared of oil. the spill happened back on may 19 when plains all american pipeline ruptured on shore. one veteran is on a new mission to help other women who have been in combat fight off depression. >> and some popular meds that treat heartburn could be causing more damage to your ticker. we'll talk about that in just a
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publication of guantanamo diary, a memoir of his experiences in custody. a new study is sounding the alarm about female veteran suicides. it fines fee appeal veterans are six times as likely to kill themselves than other women and female vets between 1 and 29 years of age are nearly 12 times more likely. army reservist genevieve clark put her darkest thoughts on paper then changed her mind. >> i had finally understood how stops the negative thoughts in my head. >> she's now on a mission to help other vets who are also battling the demons of war. some widely used heartburn meds could actually increase the risk of having a heart attack. that's a finding of a new study by the houston methodist research institute. people who take pro ton inhibitors are more likely to have a heart attack. they include price price
secretary, previous -- prilosec, nexium and prevacid. researchers found antacids called h2 blockers did not pose a heart attack risk. they include pepcid and zantac. it is 6:28. good morning. welcome to wusa9. it's 6:00 a.m. it's thursday, june 11. i'm andrea roane. summer weather is here. heat and humidity will be with us for the next few days and unhealthy air quality. >> it does look nice outside for now. we'll go to larry miller and allyson rae who is going to talk about this heat wave not going away. >> today, tomorrow and also through saturday. temperatures will be at 90 or above. and the air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups, the elderly and those with
asthma. you want to stay inside if you can later on this afternoon and into the evening hours. let's take a look how we're starting off. the michael & son camera. we're looking hot, hazy, and humid today. the canadian smoke from all the wildfires has gone away. it thinned out last night but we're still going to be looking at a hazy sky for today. temperatures 71 degrees but it's now all about the temperature -- but it's not all about the temperature but the humidity. dew point 65. that's higher than it was yesterday. it will be very humid this afternoon. 66 for fairfax and 64 for springfield. bowie you're at 63 degrees. we're headed to the 90s today. 90 to 95. probably our hottest day of the season so far. we've only been at 92, yeah, only. we're going to be at 93 this afternoon which could break the record out at dulles. the record at reagan national will be safe. the records is 101. rain chances will be hard to find. they'll be off to the north and west. pretty far and few between. larry, over to you.
metro riders, everything is running on schedule this morning for the trains and buses so you guys are good to go there. we have a trouble spot taking place on the northbound and southbound side of 95 in maryland. let's start with the southbound side here. this is between the maryland 200 and calverton near the icc. sky 9 is in place to show us the delays out on both the northbound and southbound side. the northbound side is where we're starting to see delays at 198 so we have -- we're working two separate accidents, both on the northbound and southbound side causing delays for drivers in both directions. so we're starting to see maybe a mile, mile and a half backup in both directions at this point. so drivers should prepare for that. if this is the normal route you would normally take if you're going to head up toward baltimore, heading southbound toward the beltway, we subject you add anywhere 15 to 20 minutes to your drive time to account for a lot of the delays we're starting to see in this area. i want to take you to our trafficland cam if we can and show you how things are shaping
up here. the icc. again, this is just another perspective of what we're seeing, the delays stretching for mile and a half right now. we'll continue to work this story. we'll have another update for you in about ten minutes. congress is making a new push to get police departments across the country to use body cameras. the house has now passed a nonbinding resolution by an overwhelming vote. congressman al green of texas sponsored the resolution. he says body cameras bring much needed transparency to police work and can protect officers against false allegations. >> reporter: new information this morning into the mansion murders, even though the savopoulos home here in northwest washington no longer considered a crime scene. we are still learning more about this heinous crime as the court continues to unseal documents. and in these search warrants we learn that detectives found a bloody bat near the bodies of three adult victims in upstairs bedroom. according to the court document, savvas savopoulos suffered trauma to the back of
his head. an adult female victim cuts to her throat and head. a second woman received cpr by emergency responders. 10-year-old philip was burned beyond recognition. his body was in another room where the fire started. inside suspect daron wint's car, police found cash, knives and money orders. his d.n.a. was found on a discarded pizza crust and police also discovered the victim's blood on his shoe. so far the 34-year-old former savopoulos employee is the only person charged in connection to these murders, but police are looking for accomplices. right now they are tracking some of the victims' stolen cell phones hoping those will lead to more people connected to this crime. and they're also tracking and following the assistant. he is the man who dropped off the $40,000 in ransom money to this home. he has not been named a suspect
and is cooperating with the investigation, but police are following all leads in this case. wear live in northwest, delia goncalves, wusa9. the mother after 5-year-old boy found dead in a septic tank is facing murder charges this morning. investigators in pulaski county, virginia call the charge against ashley white an accidental killing. they say she didn't necessarily kill her son noah thomas but it happened after acts of abuse and neglect. noah was reported missing in march. work crews found him in a septic tank four days later. jurors are now talking about the jesse matthew trial in fairfax county. matthew is the charlottesville man linked to the abduction and death of uva student hannah graham. yesterday he entered an alfred plea in a sexual assault case that happened nearly ten years ago in fairfax. it means matthew admits there was enough evidence to convict him, even though he still proclaims his innocence. jurors say it was d.n.a. evidence that convinced them of
matthew's guilt. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of people in maryland don't have sick days at their jobs meaning when they get sick, they work through it or have to take vacation days. nearly 100,000 of those people are in montgomery county which is where there could be some relief soon for those workers, depending on how a vote goes today. a council committee is gearing up for a vote later this morning that would give paid sick days to those workers. but not everyone is on board with the idea. some say it would cost businesses too much money but those for the bill say not having paid sick leave costs families money and puts their jobs at risk. the measure closely resembles legislation that has stalled in the maryland general assembly recently. the vote is scheduled for later this morning. if it clears in the committee, the measure then goes to the full council for a vote. back to you. with two raccoon attacks in fairfax county this week, animal control is warning the community to stay alert while
outside. the first attack happened sunday when a springfield man was gardening in his yard. that raccoon was captured and tested positive for rabies. the second attack happened yesterday morning along a trail near the south run recreation nt ceer in springfield, virginia. 75-year-old -- a 75-year-old woman was bit. >> both hands, arms were covered from tip to elbow and she had a nasty bite to the right side of her lower leg. >> it's not clear in this case if the raccoon had rabies. animal control says they're not seeing any spike in rabies cases but they do say the number of attacks against people so close in proximity is a bit abnormal. may want to set your alarms. in less than six hours from now, tickets to see prince in concert this weekend here in d.c. go on sale at noon. he's purchasing sunday night at the warner theater, the latest stop on his hit and run tour surprise concerts across the country. all you have to do is go to livenation.com. they are saying it could sell out in seconds. saturday night rascal flatts will be in concert so we're mentioning the riot tour.
>> as part of our text to win campaign, just text the key word "rascal flatts" to 25543 to enter the drawing. >> i'm meteorologist allyson rae on the weather terrace. a comfortable start for now but i can fee the humidity and it's not growing to be so comfortable this afternoon. hot, hazy and humid today. 71 degrees right now. the winds are out of the south, southwest. that's going to continue to add in the humidity. a couple of stray showers this afternoon. not too many, though. they'll be few and far between. high temperatures 90 do 95. most likely -- to 95. most likely our hottest
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the season, we'll head up to 93 degrees. we're going to stay at 93 for tomorrow and 92 for saturday. coming up we'll talk about any record to be broken in the coming days and also rain chances. larry, over to you. still keeping a close eye on the accident on the southbound side of 95 on the maryland side between 200 and calverton. sky 9 is in place to show us not only that accident on the southbound side but we have another issue on the northbound side near 198. so we're seeing delays in both directions. this is certainly going to impact folks along that corridor that travel from laurel to the beltway so you want to add anywhere from 10 to 15 minutes commute time to account for those delays. on i-395 at army-navy drive, we have another issue impacting traffic. you can see this accident causing slight delays out there so be mindful as you approach the scene. we'll send it over you to. coming up it's a key
welcome back to wusa9. it's 6:00 a.m. it -- at 6:00 a.m. it 16:44. wisconsin department of agriculture says this is the worst outbreak of bird flu since 1960. >> for consumers that means prices are going up for chickens, eggs, even dishes made with eggs. >> reporter: brett knows his chicken well. >> we make our own chicken sausages and burgers. >> reporter: the largest outbreak of avian flu has egg prices on the rise here at his store. >> my egg prices have gone up in the last month around a dollar a dozen. >> reporter: it's affected ten wisconsin farms which is nearly one million 800 birds. the vast majority of those birds were chickens. still wisconsin is behind other
states like minnesota and iowa. >> this is the most devastating disease we've seen in livestock in the state of wisconsin. >> reporter: paul mcgraw, the state veterinarian with the ag department says farmers should isolate their flock and use disposable footwear and avoid bird shows. he says the disease is spreading, even in wild birds but it's only killing the domestic ones. >> we thing the wild ducks and geese brought it into the environment. somehow we carried it into these poultry farms. >> reporter: look for these signs. if your bird is eating less, coughing or having a decreased in egg production. the state vet says the ban on wisconsin poultry was recently partially lifted. >> we have been able to get canada and the european union to regionalize wisconsin so poultry and poultry products can now be exported to those countries. >> reporter: until the problem is solved, he's looking on the bright side. >> the good part about it the summer months people don't do as much baking and don't why quite as many egg -- don't use quite as many eggs. >> things made with eggs like mayonnaise and baked goods
could go up from 99 cents a seen to $3 a dozen in some places. time to see what our partners over at cbs this morning are covering. >> we-day say good morning to char -- and we say good morning to charlie rose. >> good morning. ahead a possible overnight sighting of escaped killers. where they're tracking the search as another town locks down. we'll talk with the u.s. army's chief of staff about the retooled strategy against isis. and a new study that finds a connection between some heartburn drugs and heart attacks. and -- [indiscernible] -- by posing naked they started an earthquake. the news is back in the morning. >> howe, my goodness. there's a tease now, charlie. >> definitely be looking out for that one. thank you, sir. >> how do you follow that up? we follow it with a hot,
hot really code orange. >> you make me sound like the bearer of bad news. >> the accurate news. >> yeah, go have the air quality an issue today for sensitive groups. so elderly, those with asthma. you want to avoid outdoors during the afternoon and evening hours. it's going to be hot, hazy and humid today. temperatures are going to be the hottest they've been all season long. 90 to 95 degrees. once we get above 92, that will be the hottest day thus far this season. here's our michael & son camera. not too bad out there right now. if you're one of those people that just have to get outside to the jog, the morning hours will be a lot better than the afternoon and evening where the humidity is going to really set in. i think tomorrow is going to be even more humid as the dew point continues to rise. so 65-degree dew pint right now. it's pretty noticeable. reston you're at 64 degrees. our heat wave begins today. 93 degrees. we're going to be at 90 or
above for the next three. our records are a little out of reach for baltimore and d.c. today. our record is at 101. but dulles, cue break the record. of course -- cue break the record. your record is at 93 and they don't go back so far. we could easily break that. best chance at reagan national to break the record will be on friday and saturday well he abhe -- saturday we'll be close but probably not reaching it. saturday is our best rain chance and sunday we get a little heat relief. still above average at 88 degrees. here's a look at the futurecast. today our rain chances are going to be few and far between. areas north of i-70 or along the 81 corridor, a couple of stray showers. everybody else just baking out there. 90 to 95. for tomorrow isolated showers during the afternoon and evening but the temperatures aren't moving. 90 to 95 again, higher humidity. it will feel hotter for tomorrow and again on saturday. scattered showers, temperatures into the low 90s. and we see a break in the pattern by saturday but watch your seven-day forecast. it comes right back at us. 93 for today and tomorrow.
92 for saturday. near 90 by monday and we're back to 94 by tuesday. the nats are back in town on wednesday. larry, over to you. want to give you a look right now at how things are shaping up on 95. so we're asking folks to avoid this area, emily northbound if -- especially northbound if you're trying to get to areas like the airport here. we have issues both on the northbound and southbound side of 95 on the maryland side. sky 9 is in place to show us those issues and those delays. so on the southbound side, we have an issue close to the icc. that's the intercounty connector. on the northbound side we have another issue close to 19 # but we're starting to -- 198 but we're starting to see about a mile, mile and a half delay stretch on both sides of 95. so we're asking drivers to stay away from this area because it's only getting worse. news chopper giving us a better perspective of the delays. this is the southbound side. this is not letting up at all. so we're asking folks to stay
away because it certainly is getting worse, especially on the southbound side this morning. taking you back to the map to show you how things are shaping up along the beltway, fairly quiet for the most part. some good news for metro riders. no issues on the trains or buses this morning. taking you to the maps again from connecticut avenue to landover road, you're looking at about a 16-minute commute. for those of you traveling eastbound on 66, just expect some delays once you get insides the beltway, the reds here a good indication of that. from chain -- the red here a good indication of that. from chain bridge road to 27th street northwest, a 21-minute commute. on the virginia side also seeing volume as you get into newington, springfield and i- 395 but from dale boulevard up to 395, a 15-minute commute for you this morning. and westbound on 50 from crain highway to penn street northeast, you're looking at a 21-minute commute. so looks like a lot is going on this morning out here on the roads. we'll send it over you to. there could be some purple rain on your parade if you don't act fast to get prince tickets. >> you just went there, huh?
the courts continue to unseal search warrants. we're learning more information and in these documents we learn that detectives found a bloody bat next to the bodies of three of the adult victims. according to the papers, savvas savopoulos suffered trauma to the back of his head. an adult woman suffered cuts to her throat and head. a second woman had cpr and 10- year-old philip was burned beyond recognition. 34-year-old daron wint is the only person charged so far with this crime. mike? >> reporter: police need your help finding a missing 12-year- old boy. josiah arnold was last seen in
the 5700 block of kentfield lane in upper marlboro. he was wearing a black shirt and gray pants. if you have any information, please call prince george's county police on his whereabouts. >> reporter: when you get sick, you take a sick day, right? in maryland hundreds of thousands of people just don't have that luxury and about a hundred thousand of them are in montgomery county, but today a council committee could vote to change that when they vote on the sick leave bill. if the vote clears in the committee, the measure then goes to the full council for a vote. >> reporter: there will be fewer than eight metro car trains during rush hour and the rest of the week and maybe longer. metro has pulled all 100 of its 4000 series cars out of service for safety checks n. is in responsibility to -- in response to a video showing one of the cars with a door wide open as it went through a tunnel between metro center and farragut north. you'll have a chance to score some prince tickets for a concert this weekend. the purple pop icon is performing sunday night at
warner theater in d.c. this is the next stop on prince's hit and run tour, surprise performances across the country. tickets are available beginning at noon at livenation.com. but they should go quick, emily since warner -- especially since warner theater only sits 1,800 people. the heat wave begins today. 93. not a lot of rain. just a few stray showers. rain chances increase tomorrow and more so on saturday. we break the 90s on sunday but still going to be hot all next week. looks like 95 on the maryland side still the biggest headache both on the northbound and southbound side near the icc, the intercounty connector and 198. sky 9 is in place to show us the delays on both sides of that stretch. as soon as we take t we'll be able to see -- take it, we'll be able to see that hopefully. growing to a two-mile delay. add maybe 20, 30 minutes to your drive time to account for
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@ good morning. it is thursday, june 11th 2015. welcome to "cbs mthisorning." the manhunt for two escaped killers intensifies overnight. policeur sround a new york community, and we are there. plus an extreme rescue in the wild waters off alaska. the coast guard saves four sailors moments before their ship goes down. and western tourists busted for posing nude atop a sacred mountain. locals say they caused an earthquake. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. in tadhe cyville search