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behind the whole. good morning, washington continues right now. >> we are glad you are joining us at 6:00 on this tuesday, september 21. >> we start as always with meteorologist adam. when are we going to get some rain? we need it? >> locally, we are just dry. but they really need it out west. summer-like conditions are possible. locally, we have a slight chance of rain right now. arlington, 52. on our way to about 80 degrees.
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low 80's localitily. another day full of sunshine. you pack your lunch and book bag. before the leesberg pike that should be on the shoulder before you get there. we'll go to a camera of traffic northbound 395 on the way to the pent he gone. no problems right here. kwoikly, you'll see the beltway moving. now to allison and greta. a top story, a lore ton man is behind bar this is morning.
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as a side job, he was a wrestling referee. actually, it wasn't until firefighters performed a routine inspection on his house that he was put on the police radar. the fire department went in to his house. the house next door caught on fire and they went in routinely to do an inspection when they ran across some child pornography. he is a referee for wrestling.
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he does skin checks before the matches. he is banned from school grounds. it has been told he works for dulles airport authority. he has been charged with ten counties of child pornography possession and authorities want to hear from anyone with additional information. >> thank you. d.c. police are looking for clues in the death of an elderly man. his body was found late last night on railroad tracks. they don't think it was suspicious. >> a woman accused in a drunk driving crash faces new charges.
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she hit two students. one of the stu departments died. the fbi is hoping you can help them track down a serial armed robber. he is described as light complekted, about six feet tall and is responsible for 38 roblies. invest dpators node your help to find the people who killed a young woman. a hunter woman stum belled across a woman's remains. police are looking for two people she-out with. her family hopes somebody knows
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where they are. >> they are capable of doing it. they'll do it again. that was my sister. she could have been either one of your sisters. she was gorgeous all the way around. she was attending night classes in hopes of escaping life as a prosecute. >> the issue regarding missing bodies at arlington is getting more troubling. two bodies have been found in the wrong grave. now problems with more dprafs. one with a headstone but no remains. another plot had two sets of remains, only one matched the headstone. president barak obama certainly got an earful from voters. numbers could add to his trouble. in washington with the latest.
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how it is all playing out at the white house. >> the recession is over. the national bureau of economic research on monday saying the longest turn around. americans say seeing is believing. they don't believe just yet. is the american dream dead? >> president barak obama urged patience. the economy has stabilized but unemployment is higher. 97% of americans believe the u.s. economy is in a recession now. none of this matters.
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the last session is just six weeks away. palestinian leaders are preparing to unveil their campaign. >> still ahead, the latest debate over again he tickly modified food and whether customers node to know. >> the new effort to get people customers node to know. >> the new effort to get people to hang up behind the
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>> welcome back to good morning, washington. sun rise at 6:55 a.m. days are getting shorter in terms of daylight already below the temperature. 78, the average high temperature. no rainfall yesterday. high and dry. today will be cooler. 47 in martinsberg. frederick checking in at 45. jie lot of sunshine today.
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cooler in the higher elevations. 78 is the high temperature. tomorrow morning and mid to upper 50's. near 90. wednesday through friday will feel like summer. 495 northbound. after 66 prior to the leesberg pike. two right labors close and left lanes getting by. we will lead back to the news desk. >> 6:11 and 55 degrees. again he tickly modified sam on?
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is it safe to eat? >> a distracted driving summit is scheduled for today. a ban to cope them from texting while driving. jo first the f.b.i. braekz up a bombin ♪ storyteller: little miss muffet sat on a tuffet, eating her curds and whey. along came a burglar who broke into her home, and ransacked the place making off with several valuable tuffets. fortunately, geico had recently helped her with homeowners insurance. she got full replacement on her tuffets. the burglar was later captured when he was spotted with whey on his face. call geico and see how much you could save on homeowners insurance.
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>> police have arrested a man who judged middle an high school wrestling matches. # the 51-year-old is charged with paesing child pornography. fire marshals discovered the material accidentally after
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searching the apartment after a neighboring fire. >> mr. obama defending his recovery efforts to continue cutting tax cut $for the wealthy. >> a leb nose man has been arrested for allegedly placing a back path he thought contained explosives near wrigley field. he also talked about poisoning lake michigan, scomploegd a sky scraper and hurting the mayor of chicago. >> there's a new push to get people to put down the phone behind the whole. we have seen it on the road. triefers behind the wheel.
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the second annual distracted driver summit. they are hoping to put the breaks on distracted driving all together. on a mission to keep driver's focussed. their daughter was killed on her way to meet her wedding planner. j we were very angry. our daughter was taken from us by someone who was texting. >> in hopes of reducing those numbers, local also address those challenges and identify opportunities for driving efforts. hoping for a change in attitude. they would like to see distracted driving is just as
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dangerous as drunk driving. >> we are living prove it inn that in seconds, your entire life can change. never to be the same again. >> thank you. the senate is opening up a bill that would expand the ban on gaze in the military. lady gaga spoke to the senate. >> doesn't it seem to you that
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we should send home the prejudice? >> senator mccain wants to oppose that policy. wall street sell brits the end of the row session. >> the longest recession since world war ii is officially over. it actually ended back in june 2009. this come brz the federal reserve to discuss ways to boost the economy. bigses shifted their donations from democrats to palestinians.
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nokia is making final adjustments to the m 8. again he tickly engineered sal monday appears to be safe to eat. that is your money scope report. i'm rob nellson. >> we have been getting treated to jup i ter. this is really cool. it will be there for a couple of weeks. tomorrow, we'll have a full moon and jup ter will be about 10 degrees. last night the earth and jupiter
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had the closesten country. if you look closely, can you see some of its moons. it will move around a little bit. look for a very bright star second brightest only to the moon. light north winds. kwleer skies. allowing temperatures to from plummet. off to the west, we have a cold
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front. i wish i could tell you that the cold front would slide on through. it will feel like summer. today, mostly sunny. upper 70's. light chance of late day showers moving in. near 90. low 90's thursday and friday.
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cooling by the weekend. >> i have an accident now gone. i have news chopper 7 flying over the beltway in virginia. on the interloop to this wreck, only the two left lanes getting through. >> lisa, thank you. 55 degrees outside this tuesday morning. coming up next, a breakthrough in the fight agains al sdiemer disease. >> john stewart at his best on 4 today. [ male announcer ] you can't un-smoke a cigarette.
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$2600 foremen. >> there is a new requirement for college athletes that must undergo an sikcle cell disease. some say testing athletes could prove discriminatory for african-americans. >> when would hatch if they had a pals positive. some athletes do support that testing. right now, it's required only for division one athletes. if students can prove they have already been tested, they don't
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>> straight ahead this half hour, a school wrestling referee's surprising a rft and the disturbing evidence found. good morning, washington it is tuesday, september 21. >> great to have you joining us
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at 6:30 now on this tuesday. let's begin with your traffic and water. it will be a pleasant day today. boughtful day, temperatures are crisp and refreshing. i would say comfortable. our best chns for rain is sunday morning. 46 and 47, low 80's locally, in
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the higher elevations. tomorrow back up near 90. maybe low 90's. late-day storms kov coming tomorrow. this wreck has been there for 45 minutes now. look at the outer loop, that doesn't seem to be kwoit adz impacted
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>> thank you very much. the 51-year old charged with ten counties of possession of child pornography. the latest on that story. >> troubling new for hear that interer acts with stu departments for eight years. it is what fire marshals found that put him behind bars. the town house nextdoor burned down. at the went into his home to make sure there was nothing wrong with
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>> the norj virginia wrestling administration association tells us they never received any complaints banning him from school browneds. p.l.o.s are asking anyone with any information to step forward. >> thank you for that. the woman a caused of a dui crash is charged with involuntary manslaughter. one victim died. >> the suspected serial stabber is facing charges as well.
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the first murder charge filed as well. >> the 23 r 33-year-old is expected of attacks in several areas. injurying a local candidate. an s.u.v. hit this person early sunday morning shechlt whereas riding her bike, training for a >> that driver told police she thought she had hit a deer. when she arrived home, she found
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the bike lodged under her suv and called police. >> david cohen's family released a statement saying thank you. he was disstraut when he shot cohen after he them of his own condition. jo some economists are saying that the recession is over. president barak obama for some of that frustration firsthand. joining us now.
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>> for some, it's a tough sell. a voter asked him, is the american dome dead for me. pour important that things are improving. for the 6 r >> this is coming from the bureau of economic research. we are looking for potentially big news today. we are going to meet to see if the fed should take more action. we are expecting an announcement
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later today frment a lenling owe done al used campaign funds to pay her rent and other things. jo still ahead on good morning, washington the ball room battle has be gun. see who took the stop sporths words of praise for d.c.'s school chancellor. words of praise for d.c.'s school chancellor. first, a warm up is on the way.
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>> welcome back. here with your forecast update. 81 was the high temperature yesterday. a lot of sunshine. not far from the average. close enough to call it a seasonal day. today maybe a degree or two warmer. 96, the record high temperature, we will be near the 0 tomorrow through friday. >> the normal low is 60. we are already below that this morning. leesberg is 40. cool spot. frederick checking in at 45. on our way to the low 80's northwa northward it really inhibits clouds from performing.
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a little bit warmer tomorrow than what we have outside right now. hi temperatures near 90. a cold front drops in. that will drop temperatures to closer to normaler again by sunday and monday. >> in virginia jsdz there's been an accident moving on to the shoulder. doe lays leading laurl. that will cost you some time. 66 eastbound delayed from manassas to the crash. this long-standing wreck, only the two full lanes are open. >> 6:42 is your time.
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we have 55 degrees outside. >> coming up on capital hill today. does d.c. have the votes to repeal it. does d.c. have the votes to repeal it. >> live
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but only if the senate encourages investment by passing a strong renewable electricity standard. with a strong res, we can keep 85,000 wind power workers on the job, and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, too. jobs that america could really use right now. for american jobs, tell your senators to pass a renewable electricity standard today. >> 6:45 tuesday morning, a man who judged middle and high school wrestling matches was arrested on charges of child pornography. after the apartment next door
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caught fire in june. president barak obama answered tough questions. defending his economic policies and plan to keep some of the bush tax cuts in place. transportation leaders will gather today for another distracted driving summit will come one day after the government said fewer people are being killed in crashes. >> school chancellor got high praise from oprah winfrey. >> it seemed that the audience and oprah were behind her move to reform. in dsz she'll need her suppose oufrment something she nor gray are promising.
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>> a one-woman tornado at the center of a washington d.c. storm. taking her push for school reform to the nation. this is a warrior woman. >> on monday, she appeared on the oprah show speaking out about her struggles to turn around the d.c. school system, giving her an insiders look >> i don't believe you are going to be the bleeder to take the school we need to go in and have the highest expectations to the kids. >> her move to fire hundreds of teachers and chose. now leaving her future we'll see how it goes. >> it is possible they can work
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out their differences but the reelection lost was devastating to the city's children. >> thank you, courtney. in today's political minute, a vote for gay rights in the military and the gop slam for the fall. >> we are joined now with details. thank you for pointing out. let's staurt with don't ask, don't tell. also lady gaga moved in. >> what's a story right now without lady ga gfsh a in to swing the vote. not clear whether they have the 60 votes. gay activists have been active. they are a little uncomfortable they are attacking this at the
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last it is amazing how they attach these things to sort of get it on the table there. >> they know washington is terribly unpopular. they are going to sterling to tart lumber to unveil the 2010 version. you can be sure it will have some stuff that says, read the bill. they may talk about having a constitutional test for bills. literal interpretation has been a big thing with the tae party movement and republicans.
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>> watch for that. >> all right. good to have you. thank you so much. >> glad to be here. time for traffic and waeshlg every ten minutes. adam, give us a check on the we can. >> you will want long sleeves and a light coat. first i want to show you some video last night. thfs jup jup ter. it looks like a bright star in the sky. over head about midnight. 75 million kill opens closer. if you missed it past minus look for the second brightest star. tomorrow night, it will be pretty cool.
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a libel line about 20 dew points are in the 40's. scleer exercise, calm winds, dry air allows temperatures to fault. going to the map, high and dry locally. cold front out to the west. a few showersnd fronts along the front. it's not going to move through. the jet stream will stay to the north keeping us on the warm side. cold air to the north. with the clockwise flow around the high, moving eastward. southly wind kicks in summer
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like wednesday through friday. you'll see the. cold front drops in. that's your weather now back to the traffic. >> i'm freaking out here. >> delayed begin and go all the way to the beltway. two ways. manassas all the way to 495. first the crash and then a disabled truck. the inner loop has been backed up to the crash. chopper 7 backed up a little while ago. no change on the inter
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