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day away. >> reporter: it's the final day of campaigning and hillary clinton is bringing out some big names. >> we're on a good track. >> reporter: the president and first lady join clinton and her family in philadelphia today. donald trump will hold a rally in scranton as pennsylvania remains in the campaign crosshairs. the dow surged more than 200 points at the morning following the fbi director's announcement to congress on sunday that the bureau won't recommend charges related to clinton's use of a private e-mail server. >> we're grateful this matter is resolved. we found it puzzling when the doctor first brought this up a week ago. >> donald trump raged against the fbi's decision. >> with what is happening with our justice, our country is a
world, they are laughing. >> reporter: republican nominee plans to visit five critical states today beginning in florida where the latest cbs news battleground tracker poll shows the candidates in a dead heat. each with 45% of the vote. trump plans to continue his sprint through the battleground states even as voters are showing up to the polls on tuesday. then both candidates will be back here in new york at their headquarters as the results roll in. overall the general election matchup natily clinton with a four-pointed lead, 45% to 41% for trump. jaime yuccas, cbs news, new york. >> it's not just the presidential candidates on a break, the vice presidential candidates are also crisscrossing the country. hashtag isitoveryet is huge on
experts say this race will likely come down to wusa 9's hillary lane spoke to voters in the commonwealth about a new poll that found clinton is winning but her lead is shrimping. >> reporter: both candidates have their eyes on the blowbd state of virginia, both donald trump was in the state campaigning last night as a new poll this morning shows hillary clinton leads here by six points. >> i think she has good values and is very experienced. >> reporter: some people in
newport university poll found hillary clinton is leading in virginia. >> it makes me feel pretty good. >> reporter: clinton's six- point lead is not her best showing in the state. she led by a high of 15 points earlier in the year. virginia voter bill meters said he voted early for clinton. >> she'll continue obama's policies. she's not trump. that has a lot to do with it. >> reporter: trump himself was here in the battleground state last night. he is not giving up. he held a rally campaign stop earlier in the day at heritage baptist church in woodbridge. supporters why energized. >> we have some very serious corruption and some serious problems in our government right now. and i see hillary clinton as somebody who is going to perpetuate these problems. >> reporter: voters here in the key state say they are looking forward to seeing how it all plays out. >> i think it's -- there's a lot of nasty political commercials going on and i
>> reporter: tomorrow is the big day. you get to go out and vote. polls here are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in arlington, hillary lane, wusa 9. >> that most recent poll in virginia shows women and millennials support clinton while trump is mostly backed by white men. virginia possibly in play is why the candidates top surrogates will be in the old dominion today. hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine is scheduled to hold a rally at george mason unsi donald trump's daughter ivanka will be in manassas, then sterling to participate in two town hall events. the wusa 9 news app is a great way to stay on top of the election. find voter guides, get breaking political news alerts on your phone. a free download. as the country prepares to elect our first woman president
general is being remembered. janet reno died from complications of parkinson's disease. reno was at the center of several explosive events during the clinton administration including the deadly federal raid on the branch davidian compound in waco, texas. it happened in 1993 and ended with the deaths of 25 children at the compound. janet reno was 78. right now final jury selection is underway in the federal trial the self-proclaimed white supremacist is charged with killing nine worshippers during a prayer service at an historic black church in charleston, south carolina last year. roof could be put to death if convicted. investigators are expanding their search for more bodies on other properties of an alleged serial killer in south carolina. one body was found friday. another discovered sunday night. todd kohlhepp is charged with killing four people more than a decade ago.
woman was found alive thursday, she had been chained in a storage container on his property for two months. after his arrest police say kohlhepp confessed to motorcycle shop murders that happened in 2003. want to join the fight to stop crime across the city? dc officials are encouraging more property owners to buy security cameras. the city has a program where they will pay you back for it. kia turner with push for for coverage across the district. >> a few weeks ago the security camera on this person's home captured an arsonist lighting an ambulance on fire, used for creative projects. now more people in the neighborhood are considering private cameras. peter lutz will be the first to admit his northeast neighborhood off k-straits is a little rough around the edges. k streets. there people going up and down the alley with stolen bikes,
>> reporter: a mystery man last month walked up to this ambulance in his driveway, set it on fire and jogged away. used by a local nonprofit that supports the arts community. he thought it was an electrical fire until he saw the neighbor's surveillance video. >> a chill ran up my spine. >> reporter: so did the urge to install two cameras. >> who knows how much it will help but it gives you some security at least you know is going on. >> reporter: dc officials are encouraging more people to buy security cameras for private property. the goal is to fight and prevent crime across the city. the district has a private security system incentive program that refunds property owners up to $200 for a camera, $500 for home address and max of $750 for businesses and other buildings. >> i think it's great. i don't know that very many people would know how to install them so, without a program to have -- someone
one of these the mayor plans to launch a voucher component to the program. reporting from northeast, wusa 9. if you would like to participate in the program you have to install your camera first, then register it with the police department. even if the political climate isn't so great today's weather is pleasant and more of the same is on the way as voters go to the polls tomorrow. here's alison ray tracking our weather. what do you see? >> what i do know, no matter everyone can agree that the weather is so nice. the fall weather this weekend beautiful. our camera showing nothing but blue skies. 54 degrees and the winds are have finally relaxed a little. we are pretty comfortable, temperatures are seasonable today. right now 52 for gaithersburg. 52 front royal. maybe light jacket but the sun feels good. 53 fredericksburg the today
60s. usually this time of year we're about 61 degrees. high pressure is here. look back on to the south and west. we're in the 70s. this warm air is moving over our area. so tomorrow morning, getting up early to head to the polls? it will be chilly first thing. 6:00 still in the 40s. 30s for the suburbs. sunshine though and help with a southwesterly wind headed to mid to upper 60s to you can always yet the latest forecast on the wusa 9 app, it's free. coming up, a taste of winter, nothing like the upper 60s. what that means coming up. a 12-year-old girl at accokeek academy at prince george's county has been an inspiration. alexis proctor wrote a book called "curly girls love your curls." the book encourages people to embrace their natural hair. alexis is the main character in the book where she talks about
after being ashamed of it. she says hair care videos on youtube helped her campaign confidence >> i saw a curly-haired tutorial on youtube and ever since then i have been so obsessed. wearing my hair curly. >> alexis and mother started a publishing company called books for cool kids. the 12-year-old plans to start a series of books on self- esteem and already has her second one written about loving the skin you're in. are you ready for some snow? we're just 44 days away from the official start of winter. can the flakes be far behind? and how much will we get? how cold will it be?
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welcome back. this next story was brought to our attention by a facebook follower. she was outraged by what she viewed as an injustice to her centreville neighbor who has a child with special needs. andrea mccarren picks up the story from here and shows her what her no barriers project is all about. >> ivis espinal is a single mom trying too do the best she can for her 19-year-old son who happens to be redskins fan. when pun player teamed up with the community to give her a life changing gift she never expected this. >> i feel very blessed. >> reporter: his positive spirit in the face of cerebral palsy inspired his community. his centreville high school classmates embraced him as have the washington redskins and other professional athletes. >> it's very upsetting and overwhelming. >> reporter: this custom van from the pierre garcon
businesses needs a parking space wider than this. >> it falls about three feet short. >> 16 feet wide to safely get jawan in and out. >> it's hard to have something like this happen. >> when ivis approached lakeside management to ask for a van accessible spot she was told if she didn't like it she could leave. pizzuto already designated a reserve parking space for her. >> this is supposed to be my space. but somebody's here. >> reporter: in fact this car its owner believed to be out of the country. >> this is the only spot that a wheelchair could come in and out. >> reporter: we checked with the national fair housing alliance. >> if a tenant has a disability and needs reasonable accommodation and that could be an assigned parking spot that is accessible, if the housing provider fails to grant that then it would be considered unlawful. >> we asked about this and the management company insisted there was no legal requirement
street to load him into the van. >> pizuto had a change of heart after we intervened. ivis now has the van accessible parking space she requested. >> i'm so happy. >> andrea, he declined our interview request but the company did get that parking spot. and now he gets a wheelchair to visit the lake on the property. the apartment has now been accessible features. you remember that car parked in ivis' reserve spot? it's been towed away. if you know someone with a disability take a photograph or shoot a short video and e-mail is to us at nobarriers at wusa9.com. include the date and locationened we'll be sure to check it out. that what is our no barriers project is all about.
topper shock tonight at 11:00. any hints as to what is happening? >> you have to stay tuned. >> little tease? >> yes. >> it's going to be cold some day. >> cold and -- this weekend a little taste of winter. no snow but first real dose of cold air moving in. to our region. find those winter jackets. you may have gotten away with the fall jacket lately. i know i have. i'm going to be searching for that puffier one over th the married game. it's this weekend, it's going to be a blustery day. how gorgeous is it that we're really in the peak week for fall colors. what a beautiful look from our michael & son cameras, a great day. 56 degrees, sun feels good. winds a little calmer, so nice dry air in place. high pressure here, not looking at any problems for a while. we have a couple of chances of rain and that is about it. high pressure is here today but the winds are going to turn tonight so first thing tomorrow morning still on the cool side
this afternoon, 57 for gaithersburg. 61 manassas and 58 fredericksburg. on par with what we typically see this time of year. tomorrow a little warmer. if you're out headed to the polls, earlier in the day you're going to want the jacket in line. it's going to be chilly. but as the sun gets up it's going to be rather warm. upper 60s in the afternoon. a beautiful day. we stay rain-free so you can leave the umbrellas home. here we go, the weekend a little sneak peek of the weekend forecast. by saturday our highs are going when you factor in the wind it's going to feel about 40 degrees out there. so it is going to be blustery. with the winds so strong you might even see a little flake flying around near the mountains. by sunday still on the cold side. 54 degrees. so cold weather fans, there you go. your weekend is here. look at the futurecast. we're going to have two fronts bringing us the cold. the first one won't really do it. it's the second one. high pressure tonight. no problems. tomorrow morning no problems in
still a good bit of sunshine. the clouds don't move in until the evening hours. wednesday morning this could impact your morning commute. we could have showers. nothing too heavy and they are fast moving. by 11:00 already drying out. we'll see sunshine during the afternoon and then a nice night. temperatures will go just a little down after that front. then we will see the big dip for the weekend. 62 today. just pleasant upper 60s tomorrow. no problem for your voting forecast. 60 degrees on wednesday. friday. then there's that chilly weekend forecast. special treat this afternoon for you. deborah norville, host ville of the top honor rated cable show. joins us now. >> i'm so excited we get to do the show the day before the
capital. we're using your studio there. thank you for letting us borrow everything. >> any time you want to be thank you very much. it's an incredible time now in america. i think you here in washington, dc are used to being the epicenter of everything. now you have such contested elections in virginia, you're being bombarded by advertising. it's not always easy to watch tv. >> it's not an election special per se but you are telling election stories, what stories are you covering? >> one of the things, we'll leave it to you guys evening news to sort of parse the battleground states and vote totals or this and that in the electoral college. today we're looking back at some of the iconic moments and see them on the screen. this of course is the father of the fallen muslim soldier. you saw ken bone a moment ago, became the big halloween thing. these are the free p kids, the ones that sang and the whole thing about whether or not they were being paid. we're going back and looking at some of the iconic individuals
clinton collapsed we had -- oh, this girl here was -- saw that? she was pelted by eggs and things during, just attending a donald trump rally. for her 15 minutes she was sort of the center of attention. so we're going back and revisiting some of those moments. >> you mentioned trump when we said women in virginia especially going for clinton. i think it's because of some of the things they've heard donald trump say or reported. you wrote a history of inside edition and he wrote a forwar to forthat. do you recall your impressions anything like what we heard on "access hollywood"? or what women are saying about it in >> i never heard anything mocial like that tape. i have personally known donald 30 years. the reason we asked him to write the forward to our anniversary book was we've looked back who has been on more? donald trump had been on more than 300 times if that was not the most of anybody inside edition it was close to it. so that was why we went to him
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>> dylan: that was a pretty fun sleepover we had last night, huh? promised i'd be there when you woke up this morning... and who did you see first thing? you saw me. ohh. bud, i hate to say this. i may not be able to promise that again. whatever changes... this will always be true... that i love you more than anything, and i'm so proud of you, and being your dad has been, without a doubt, the greatest privilege of my life. but you know what? nothing's set in stone, and, uh, we still have a chance that we can all be together.