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charlottesville and across the commonwealth trying to take action against white supremacists. how they may be able to stop their torch-lit rallies. >> now, abc 7 news at 11:00, on your side. kimberly: good evening. i'm kimberly suiters, joined by meteorologist josh knight. we are tracking rain for columbus day. josh: if you have to get to work tomorrow morning, you will likely see a slow go, windy weather and rain from nate. the big picture, as the storm continues to move to the north and east at a pretty big speed, moving at about 23 miles per hour. a lot of moisture with it. right now, just a few light showers moving through tonight into early tomorrow morning, when we get the heavier downpours. rain
town, pushing to the north. frederick county, closer to hagerstown as well. starting off, futurecast in the morning, 5:45, a lot of rain across the blue ridge. this will come through during the early rush. 8:00, still downpours come anywhere it is yellow will be more moderate rainfall. closer to lunchtime, a lot of this is gone, breaks in the cloud cover and drying out the second half of the day. starting a very differently from how it willend, 75, windy with heavy rain. then back into the 80's with sunshine in the afternoon and early evening. tomorrow morning, we have a lot of wind to deal with. i will let you know where they should be the strongest and when we finally get the break from the humidity coming up. kimberly: along the gulf coast people are picking up pieces after huic
no deaths or injuries reported in the u.s. because of the storm. it did spawn tornadoes. severalter destroyed homes and uprooted trees in south carolina. funnel clouds also spinning in north carolina. in mississippi, a roof destroyed, window shattered. >> i heard something like a train, like an amtrak train, just rolling, and glass was flying like bullets. kimberly: the coast flooded heavily. a storm surge sweeping into beach hotels and casinos, cars and five feet of seawater bouncing around. president trump twitting tonight fema and first responders are working hard again on hurricane nate. military helping, very much under control. meantime, people in puerto rico are still waiting for help, now two weeks after hurricane maria devastated the island.
electricity, water, and basic necessities. these people are standing in a line more than two blocks long. would to they need? ice. a dramatic rescue in the district, a car crashing into the woods and bursting into onames just before 7:00 hillcrest drive in southeast. three people were trapped. two were taken to the hospital in critical condition. the police are investigating the cause. hasmonths, charlottesville been at the center of race conversations, the city looking to remove a confederate statue of robert e lee, but white supremacists continue to hold rallies and protests. q mccray has more from the live desk. q, i know that commonwealth leaders are trying to figure out how to stop these rallies legally. q: that's right, we fo
charlottesville police will be working with the commonwealth attorney's office on legal action after the rally. the demonstration caught a lot of people offguard. torch-wielding white nationalists gathered in charlottesville saturday night, a flash alrally of about three dozen people gathering for about 30 minutes, enough to unnerve people across the street. >> it was unexpected. i had not heard anything about this happening. i had to make sure my jewish community is safe. q: many demonstrators wore white t-shirts chanting "we will be back" and "you will not replace us." the mayor hinted that some type of legal action against the group in a tweet saturday night. but as the former mayor of charlottesville, he offered this
>> technically there may be some prohibition against open flames in a space. and if you find out who these people were coming you may be up to charge them. governor terry mcauliffe said they are monitoring the situation as they oppose the racist and their message of hateful stop virginia don'tor tim kaine said, " come back, virginia is for lovers, not haters, we refuse to be dragged into this." kimberly: tonight marks one week since a gunman opened fire on a country music festival in las vegas. 58 people were killed, more than 500 injured. loved ones and the community gathered to remember those who died. a vigil was held all along the strip. as will be dimmed for 11 minutes for the victims and heroes. the police say that stephen paddock carefully calculated his plans from a hotel room.
have had an undiagnosed mental illness. and chilling details about the note found in his room. officials say that it had numbers for wind, trajectory, and distance to maximize a shots. >> the elevation he was on, the drop flight of the bullet. he had that written down and figured out so he would know where to shoot. kimberly: the authorities are still trying to piece together a motive for the mass shooting. new at 11:00, the trump administration releasing a list of immigration priorities come including funding for a border wall, overhauling the green card system, curbing federal grants for century cities. theseats are concerned priorities will not protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation, many who were brought into the u.s. illegally as children. attorney general jeff sessions says these proposals will priorize
meantime, getting a lot of buzz online, vice president mike pence walked out of the colts-49ers game after some players not during the national anthem. "isident trump tweeted, asked pence to leave the stadium if any layers kneeled. i'm proud of him." he dolater tweeted that not would to dignify an event that disrespect that u.s. soldiers and their flag. last month president trump said that any players who neil should be fired. just one month out from the virginia gubernatorial election. gillespieham and ed will face off in the polls, but first the third and final gubernatorial debate can be seen live on news channel 8 tomorrow at 7:00. they will square off from uva university.
jackson, south carolina, two soldiers killed, six injured, including a soldier from laurel. officials say it involved a military vehicle and a troop formation. an investigation into the deadly training exercises underway. gunshots inside a walmart. the police and ellicott city are looking for the gunman. it started as a fight when one man shot another and took off around midnight. the police say the victim got his gun and fired several shots at the store, but nobody was hit. coming up -- a hollywood bombshell. new developments regarding movie mogul harvey weinstein. in hitting the pavement for a great cause. this yea
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he has been threatening to sue the times. in thefighters who died line of duty were memorialized for their service today, their names etched into a bronze plaque to be added to the national fallen firefighters memorial. inof those firefighters died 2016, the other 20 in previous years. among them, a prince george's county firefighter and medic affectionately known as skillet. >> from this day forward, all who visit the memorial will see the names of your firefighters. they will also know that each name represents a beloved family member, friend, and coworker who died while bravely serving their community. kimberly: normally held at the national fallen firefighters memorial park, the ceremony was held
honor our military members. feel thenot get to full effects of the army 10-miler. it's all because of the heat and humidity. cheryl: runners call it inspirational. >> you see the wounded, the active duty. cheryl: saluting those who serve is one reason why these race buddies participate, but this morning the run was more sticky than they planned for october. >> i was a little surprised, but as humid as it was. cheryl: they both finished before 10:08, when race organizers decided to cut off about a mile. >> a lot of people were getting carted off and emergency vehicles and stretchers. s online shownt some disappointed
the safety of our runners is paramount. the decision to downgrade the road race was made in coordination with medical, safety, and race operations. personnel >> i understand folks being disappointed. you register for this race in advance and train for it and get ready for it. cheryl: the race starts and ends at the pentagon. even early this morning, the humidity made it feel much more like july and august. the finishing medals say run army, run strong, but on a daily visits tough to be army strong. >> you don't want anybody hurt or injured. cheryl: a change of course when october weather made it feel like the middle of summer. in arlington, cheryl conner, abc 7 news. kimberly: a friend of mine crossed the finish line a little later, in the non-mile group. they said congratulations on finishing the fun run. josh:
run. kimberly: and it was not fun, nine miles of the heat and humidity. josh: we get a dayor two humidity -- where the humidity is high, this is a tropical air mass. nate trying to move in, bring us rain tomorrow. the humidity might be a little better tomorrow, but in general we still have that soupy feeling monday along with the rain. backing up a little tuesday and wednesday, we will see a big break from the humidity, but not until early next week. right now, just showing the latest with nate. the center of the storm just off to the east, northeast of nashville. it will continue to move off to the northeast. the center of the storm will stay away, bringing us gusty winds and heavy rain. that is what we are dealing with tomorrow morning. tonight, just a few showers moving through, cloudy and humid.
morning. some of us will be stuck in the mid-70's tonight. what would be a normal low this time of year, in the 50's. this is a big difference from what you would expect in the middle of october. tomorrow morning, the rain starts to overtake the area, the yellow and orange are the heavier downpours. right around 7:00 am 8:00 for the metro. this is quick moving. nate is quick moving, and so was the rain associated with it. by lunchtime a lot of us are drying out. could have an isolated shower later in the day, but most areas will get sunshine, allowing temperatures back into the low to mid 80's. tuesday should be prettier, more sunshine, thing stay dry. a little extra cloud, maybe a little isolated shower along i-81. tomorrow morning will be the toughest time with the system, cloudy and windy, and the rain will really becoming down -- will really
between about 7:00 and 8:00. wind gusts near 30, justles per hour in d.c., for a couple hours. starts to break down around lunchtime come even though we are dry for lunch, staying breezy through the afternoon. inter-tamara come 83 degrees come at times feeling more like 90. 85 tuesday, cooler towards the end of the week because of the cloud cover, and another chance of rain wednesday and thursday. tomorrow morning dealing with the rain. by the afternoon and evening, much better, dry, but still hot and muggy. tuesday is probably one of our nicer days, and cooler towards the end of the week. kimberly: so i finally figured out my favorite letter of the alphabet. scott: what is it? kimberly: if you watch news channel 8, yo
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>> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. scott: you know the saying that big-time players step up in big-time games? last night bryce harper delivered one of the most iconic moments in nationals franchise history. blastme-tying two-run could mark the turning point in the series, followed by the ryan zimmerman three run shot. instead of being down 0-2, washington has tied the series at 1-1. the nats have the momentum and the confidence going into wrigley field. game three is tomorrow. pulling away from home has always suited manager dusty baker just find. coach
iowa is like playing on the road because they're less distractions. you don't have to go to the bank , you don't have to go to the laundry. you just go to the ballpark. a hostile environment, and you expect it, and it motivates you to a degree. to have the comforts of home are not always conducive to the competitive nature. scott: nobody can get enough of the nats. every sunday the team is in the playoffs, we have fresh content on "washington's road to the championship," which continues tonight at 11:35, right here on abc 7, a half-hour special dedicated to the nationals. the dodgers have taken a 2-0 series lead over the diamondbacks, logan forsythe scoring a couple runs in the fifth. the dodgers won 8-5, taking
game three of that series is tomorrow night in arizona. the american league, game three between the red sox and houston. today, bottom three, runner on, with a two run homer, giving boston their first lead of the series. seventh-inning, the red sox put this to bed. , off theadley junior glove of josh reddick it into the seats. boston takes game three, 10-3. they are still down in the series, 2-1. on this nfl sunday, the redskins were able to sit on the couch and actually watch some foot wall come a joint -- enjoy some football, enjoying the final day of their biweekly stop a return to practice tomorrow in ashburn. next up, the 49ers at fedex field, the niners searching for their first win of the season. the cowboys hosting green
go in theute to game, they were leaving. but they left too much time on the clock for aaron rodgers. what a throw and catch, adams on the receiving end. the packers when a thriller, 35-31. the eagles facing the cardinals. -0rst quarter, carson wentz, 7 eagles. withd quarter, wentz plenty of time to throw. he is looking deep, over the middle, torrey smith outrunning the defender. the eagles cruise, 34-7 over arizona. eli manning and the 0-4 giants hosting philip rivers and the 0-4 charges. fourth quarter, when it incomplete pass, odell beckham, andwas taken to the ground his was underneath him. he was in obvious pain as he was carted off the field.
he will get a second opinion before deciding on surgery to repair the injury. as for the game, philip rivers leads the los angeles come back. the giants remain winless, losing 27-22. two games into the season, the ravens look like one of the best teams in the nfl. that has changed in a hurry, the ravens have not won since and their offense has basically been nonexistent. baltimore trying to snap their two-game losing streak today at oakland. first quarter, the ravens leading 7-0. defense makes of the play. lose football, scooped up by jimmy smith come all the way back for the touchdown. baltimore off to a great start. pound quarter, ground and from the ravens, plumbing across the goal line. a much-needed win for the ravens, 30-17. preseason nba, the washington wizards got the cavaliers,
payday loans taking effect in july 2019. loans up to a thousand dollars have to be paid back when borrowers get their paychecks. that,eople cannot afford so the feds have developed new rules to limit loan frequency and prevent penalty fees and create new guidelines for smaller loans. that means some payday lenders could be forced to close. tomorrow was columbus day. some businesses will be closed or have different hours. metro will operate on holiday service intervals. buses will also operate on a saturday schedule.