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headquarters to face charges. manafort and richard w. gates were indicted on 12 criminal counts. they the first two trump campaign officials charged in special council robert mueller's probe. president trump tweeted, sorry, this was years ago. an exforeign policy adviser has pleaded guilty in the russian probe. >> reporter: paul manafort covered his face as he left his home in virginia this morning. he arrive in washington, d.c., to surrender himself to authorities. manafort and his former business partner, rick gate are facing 12 charges, including conspiracy against the united states,
laundering money. being an unregistered agent of a foreign power, and making false statements. they hid their work as agents of the ukrainian government and tried to cover up millions of dollars they made from that work. >> just the ukraine, and russian connection could add months and months to this investigation. >> reporter: manafort will be brought here to the courthouse later today. special council robert mueller's office revealed that george papadopolous offered to set up a meeting with russian leadership, including
election, and absolutely no ties have been found. final request, byron writes, draining the swamp. we'd love to hear what you think. log onto our social media pages and join in the conversation. getting power restored to puerto rico is going to take of longer after local officials canceled the controversial contact with whitefish energy. the small montana company, which is based in ryan zink's hometown isn't fit for the job. one of the earliest, and fiercest critics says it needs to be avoided entirely. >> people of puerto rico would still have to pay something called a reasonable process, on top of everything they have already been charged. >> in a statement,
in the decision, insisted would only delay restoring power to the people of puerto rico, and that could be anywhere from 10 to 12 weeks. what a wild ride it has been over the last 24 hours. things were just pouring at the redskins game yesterday. now it looks pretty, but it's chilly out there, and it is still breezy. also, we're seeing some snow in some higher elevations. this is the snowshoe resort, snow shoe, west virginia. there was snow on the ground. you might have seen us, even in western maryland, there was snow falling, as that really strong weather system
moving through our area. 53degrees right now. wind gusts over 30 miles per hour in martinsberg. a monster weather system not just effecting us, but it's been moving to the northeast. i have seen some reports from massachusetts of wind gusts up to 90 miles per hour. that's well above hurricane strength. it's breezy for us, but eventually, we'll track it for us by the end of the workweek. coming up, i'm going to take about the forecast for trick or treat tomorrow night. you can always get our forecast on the free wusa9 app. a new metro budget is out, and it does not call fo
increases or service cuts. it does set up a battle of sorts with our local government. >> reporter: when it comes to metro's budget, have to look at two parts. there's the operational part. your day-to-day costs, and also the capitol investment. think of it like this, the operational budget will pay for your car's gas, and maintenance. the capital budget will pay for when your car breaks down. you will buy a new one. let's start by taking a look at metro's operational budget. metro is expected to for a $29 million increase from our local government. it's far lower than $143 million they asked for last year. they're asking for an increase of $136 million. that's enoughto
these lamborghinis for 275 people. yeah, sign me up. they've been saying for a long time, they need a dedicated funding source, aka, a tax to cover investments. he says this increase is a band aid, saying realistically, they need $510 million a year for 10 years. right now, the feds give $150 million per yearfor metro. the question is whether congress will extend that money? what's not being paid for in the latest budget? a lot. no new bus or rail service. no money for a rainy day fund, and no money for pay raises for metro workers. no fare increases or service cut. that's the good news, but a big ask on our local government, and much more
wusa9. >> devin tells us, metro's gm will present this plan to the board on thursday. a formal proposal will be made in december. virginia leaders will discuss marijuana decriminalization in richmond. it will provide to small amounts the drug. they will host the meeting at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. the commission staff will present findings on the matter, and the public will be allowed to speak. the outcome of the meeting could lead to legislation in 2018. another major bombshell rocks hollywood. kevin spacey, star of the hit netflix drama, house of cards, which is filmed here in d.c. is making headlines today. spacey is apologizing for an encounter he says he doesn't
remember. anthony rapp claims spacey came onto him when he was just 14 years old. the alleged incident happened sometime in the 1980s, during a party at spacey's apartment. a lot of fans are upset after the burgundy and gold last to the cowboys yesterday. the skins are now 3-4 on the season. they travel to seattle to play the seahawks next sunday. in a high scoring game, seattle rallied back to beat the texans. coming up later, an inspiring story about a special little boy with a huge passion for football. and when you think of a heart attack, you often picture someone older. probably, a man. but the truth is, we're seeing more and more women. young women becomi
in today's health alert. when you think of a heart attack, you often imagine someone older, possibly a man. the truth is we're seeing more and more young women becoming victims. why is that? sonya is giving us some answers. >> good boy. >> everything could change. i mean, everything. it's like my whole life's changed. >> reporter: vanessa wright is one of those women we might all envy. happily married, dog owner, job she loves. seemingly, she had it all. then suddenly. >> my vision started getting smaller and smaller, and that's when i blacked out, i guess. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: a heart attack at age 32. >> part of what contributed to my heart attack was birth control. because one of side effects of my birth control
clots. that's the heart attack i did actually have. >> reporter: smoking increased her risk. >> if you also smoke, your risk of heart disease is up by 20%. >> reporter: vanessa just didn't know. >> two packs a day, i was smoking. >> reporter: what is it that we women are doing that's contributing to our heart attacks, heart disease, and strokes in our 20s, 30s, and 40s? apparently a lot. a recent cleveland clinic study shows almost half of all women are in the dark. >> the number 1 risk is smoking. so if you're smoking you need to quit. >> first time around, i felt pain in my shoulder. >> ready? go. >> reporter: she's 43, and a working mom
cholesterol, but she ignored it. >> i'm young, but it can happen to me. it can happen to anybody. >> we've cut death rate by 20%, but most of that has been the older folks. >> reporter: younger people coming through his doors with heart disease more than ever before. >> that happens more in younger people, because they wouldn't think they would have it. >> reporter: pregnancy related weakening of the heart. also, excessive stimulants like energy drinks, coffee, weight loss pills, and aderol. >> oh, yeah, that was exactly the life i was living. >> reporter: vanessa wants her wakeup call to be yours. >> it doesn't matter. it does not matter how old you are. >> reporter: after ag
pressure. keep the bad cholesterol under 130. if your numbers are high, see your doctor. one more thing. quit smoking. that's just one of many life changes for vanessa. >> i don't even own a salt shaker anymore. >> reporter: since her pair of heart attacks, she switched from fried fast foods to salads, started meditation, and lost 25 pounds, thanks to exercise through cardiac rehab. >> it's on me to keep it up from here on out. >> reporter: if you don't listen to your doctor or your body, listen to these women. making changes now, can impact you 20 years down the road. >> doctors in europe say you may want
colonoscopy sooner rather than later. colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the united states. also new research in pediatrics suggests higher rates of attention deficit disorder in children who's parents take acetaminophen for long terms. we turned on the heat. finally, we gave in. it was so cold over the weekend. oh, my goodness. >> stubborn people, even stubborn people couldn't resist the heat over
we had our high temperature, 68 degrees in d.c. at 2:00 p.m. the cold air rushed in, and there were spots that dropped 10 degrees in one hour. kind of wild. we're also seeing some reports of snow. there's snow in the mountains. this particular photo, i know, not in d.c., but this is from the shenandoah county area. he and tony the weather cat always send me great photos. that's pretty to look at. the peak this year for fall foliage was not that spectacular because of how dry the weather was. look at all the storm reports it new england, to the northeast. big time coastal low. what we
meaning, it deepens. the pressure drops by 24- millibars in 24 hours or more. means it's getting really strong. there it is right now. still causing damage in the northeast. it's windy right next to that area of low pressure. but for us, it's pulling away from us, so it's still going to be a breezy afternoon, but not as gusty as it was waking up this morning. weather headlines, still breeze this afternoon. we're going to keep dry weather in forecast, but it will be chilly out there. so jackets for trick or treaters. we're back to the 70s by friday, so a warming trend is in our forecast this week. then we get to the weekend, i think it's going to be a mild one, but we are going to have some showers in the forecast. forecast highs today, the sunshine you're seeing right now will continue this afternoon. it stays breezy, but overall, the afternoon is much more comfortable than what the morning was. 59 will be the high
let's talk about fast temperatures for halloween. you're going to wake up tomorrow morning, still with a light breeze. it will be chilly. low 40s in the suburbs. mid-40s inside the city. 1:30 tomorrow afternoon, sunshine. we'll top out on either side of 60 degrees tomorrow. let's talk about trick or treating. the sun setting, things cool off. things will be dropping down through the 50sin the city. in some of our outlying suburbs, we'll drop into the 40s. the d.c. forecast, i'm forecasting trick or treat temperatures between the upper 40s, and 55 degrees inside the city. it will be dry. so that's good news for the trick or treaters. i'm keeping temperatures in the low 70s for the start of the weekend as well. what change this weekend, is we're going to see a little more cloud cover, and also, the chance of an isolated shower. our seven-day fo
welcome back to the news at noon. here's a football story to bring a smile to skins fans. jared aloula has been in and out of hospitals. >> it's positive, he wants to be a part of it. he wants to do it. >> he's always wanted to play football, and he's been on the sidelines empressing his teammates with his dance moves, but this time, the
montgomery youth football league gave him a chance to get in, and only on narrator: ed gillespie's fals attacks. independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because
i'm i'm up earlyax, for my most important job. -more peanut butter, daddy. -more peanut butter, daddy. as prosecutor, justin fairfax fought drugs, crime, and human trafficking. that's why he's endorsed by virginia law enforcement. buckle up. nothing's more important than keeping them safe and helping them prosper. as your lieutenant governor, i'll work to grow the economy and invest in schools and career training, because virginia's families need more results, not more politics.
tonight on wusa9 news at 5:00, we'll have new information on the indictments of paul manafort, and rick gates. the viral photos taken at howard's homecoming that could lead to a modeling contract. >> and your 7 day outlook. it is cool out there. breezes this afternoon. dry for trick or treaters, but they need to wear some jackets tomorrow evening. going up to
towards friday, hit or miss showers, and you get an extra hour of sleep. that's it for wusa9 at noon. we will be back at 5:00. until then, have ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
m mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. female narrator: what would john adams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health. wrong for virginia.
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