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justice for jordan. students still planning a rally today at the universityf maryland in memory of the football player who died of hea, stroke even after a stunning reversal, the firing of the head coach. >> five days and counting to the midterm elections. both parties have big names on the campaign trail today. their efforts may already be paying off with new early voting numbers. >> andea it's a gorgeous outside. make sure to enjoy the mild weather today. tomorrow we'll have occasiona rain and much cooler for the weekend.
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good morning. welcome to "news4 midday, i'm chris lawrence. >> and i'm erika gonzalez. >> we go live to justin finch, who has been talking to student leaders ahead of a demonstration. >> reporter: t student body president tells me it's been a very emotional 36 hours here in college park, the last 24 houin perhaps the most emotional, yesterday when they t word that perhaps coach durkin was going to be reinstat reinstated, they said they were ready to take to the campus and rally. and hours after that, they got word that he would part.
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no that head coach d.j. durkin is not returning, sometudent leaders are pushing for another big exit from the very top of the board of regents. >> the chairman should resign as head of the board of regents. he failed the city and more importantly the student body. >> reporter: they say theynd many believe durkin's departure should have cometh months ago. was one of the main points raised in their wednesday meeting. >> i told them as a fearless leader, that is something that you must do inrder to regain the confidence of the student body. >> reporter: the students say these past month and past few days have been turbulent days
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after jordan mcnair's death. >> we've got i don't knten aot emotion. >> reporter: understood lenstud a chance to speak at a rallys later tternoon. the focus is justice for jordan. >> we had the opportunity to speak to jordan's father last night. it was very emotional for us and everyone in that space at that ti w. t to say from the bottom of our hearts thank you forev ything that he's done so far and that we will never for get the nameda j mcnair. >> reporter: a lot of emotion and strong feelings about the future of the football program here on campus after the death of jordan mcnair. that rally takes place today, it's being called ti"j for jordan." they will meet at the library.
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students will speak and havr ot demonstrations and march to the sdent body office as well. they are hoping perhaps pushing money away from sports will raise some attention about the future of the program and what students want to see i included that future as well, most importantly the safety of studenthl es. live here in college park, i'm news4. finch, >> justin, thank you. this was a decision the mcnair family had been waiting to hear. >> jordan's father got the news during a live interview in an interview with coach costello. >> i'm glad the right thing w done to fire was
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old when he suffered heat stroke eering practice in may. he died several later. two investigations into the football program found a culture where players feared speaking out. several players cheered when they learned that durkin had been let go. >> yesterday was a perfect day for halloween and the trk-or-treaters. >> we didn't even have our coats on. amelia, can we get a repeat >> we can. it's a good 10 to 15 degrees noove al. temperatures right now in the in to upper 60s, 67 washington, 66 in frederick. it's going to be an awesome afternoon when the kids are getting home from school. showers are possible tomorrow after school. today gorgeous all around. 77 for a high, it's warm, mild.
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n.'re going to have increasing winds this aftern it will be breezy out there and clouds will build but the mild temperatures will offset the breeze and wind. i'm anticipating this rain moving ilate tonight. >> thanku, amelia. developing this morning we are learning new details about a fatal shooting in the district. police say james eric farrell died last night. investigators say he was rushed to the hospital but did not survive his injuries. right now investigators are looking f any suspect connected to this case. of course we'll be keeping you sted on the nbc washington app. montgomery county police a investigating a pedestrian crash. police say it happened this morning at new hampshire and northampton driven silver
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spring. there's a 7-eleven in that area. we're told the vehicle that hit the person did stay on the en >> heartbreaking, that's how videos showing after school brawls posted online are being described. both the school system and prince george's county police department are investigating. that's because a lot of these fights are happening off campus. nobody's coming forwardo identify a of the people involved. it's making the school day uneasy for a lot ofstudents. >> we need our students who are being bullied or threatened in any kind of way to come forward and know that the schoolystem will protect you. >> crossland high school has changed dismissal procedures.
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additional securssyistance was also added and police will patrol the area wit many of the incidents seem to have occurred. >> reporter: lindsey magess accused of causing physical or mental arm in her care. she's been teaching in a couple of elemeary schools in the area. she was occasionally responsible for taking care of this child police say she had an inappropriate but non-sexual relaonship with the student earlier this year. we're learnin new details about two fairfax county citizens who went missing,hey are citizens of saudi arabia. detectives still haven't figured out how the sisters died. >> reporter: this morning nypd detectives are asking the public for help. 16-year-old tala farea and her 22-year-old st, rotana,
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haven't been heard from since august 24th. police want to know what were the sisters doing the last two monthsidnd how they end up in new york city? >> detectives have been down in virginia. they've conducted a number of interviews in vi, including members of the immediate family, as well as others. >> reporter: their bodies were discovered bou inuct tape at the waist and feet both dressed in imilarclothes. an early theory was that they had taken their lives by jumping off the george washington bridge, but neither young woman sustained injuries consistent withuch a fall, deepening the mystery. officials tell nbc news thereigs no of foul play and suicide remains among the leader theories, even though nothing has been ruled out. >> there has been signisscant prog trying to get to the complete picture.
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>> reporter: there are multiple reports that the sisters had applied to pitical asylum. nbc news reached out to the department of home lawn securfo about that, but the agency declined to comment. the young women were students accompanying their brother in washington. tala went to a high school in fairfax, virginia, whi rotana was pursuing an engineering degree at george mason university. the school telling nbc news sd ot attended classes since last spring. public documents revealed the family may have been going al through finan troubles. two leans were placed on an apartment in 2016 list federal deficit in rotana's name. it says the tenants owed over $6,000. tala, the teen-ager, wased repoissing to the center for missing and exploited children.le her pro now taken off the site, a case that ended in tragedy. >> now because these deaths are
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so mysterious, there have been a lot ofgheories float around. one of them is that this was some sort of honor killing. sat's where someone thi the family's honor has been disgraced and by t killingse young women, you would bring balance to that. it happens sometimes middle east. but a high-ranking law enforcement official tells nbc ws so far there's no evidence to actually support thatth ry. new this morning, about 0040 0 0, virginia can now start inenrollg medicaid. kara murder okaoch wanted to be first in line. lose d clot caused her t her arm when she was 23 years old. ca 26 she was forced off her parents' healt and now has trouble affording her medication. he was happy to see this passed. coverage won't begin until 2019.
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shackles to the courtroom, y and pleaded not gui requested a jury trial. he faces 44 counts, including hate crimes in saturday's deadly shooting.e 11 people wer killed inside the tr of life nagogue. more people will be laid to rest today. here were five funerals yesterday. a day after visiting grieving familiesfter the synagogue shooting in pittsburgh, the presidentd blashe media coverage. >> over a thousand people showed visit.rotest his the president said that's all the media focused on. >> they did everything in their power to try to playp it and push people apart. that's what's happening. they're pushingple apart. [ crowd boos ] >> it was fake and it was make believe wt they said. i came home, looked forward to seeing it and it was sad. >> last night'sally was one of
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11 the president has planned in the final days leading up to election da tracie potts is on capitol hill with more on the run-up to the mieperms. >>ter: tonight president trump heads to missouri with another fiery campaign eech. we will keep the criminals, the drug dealers, we'll keep them out of our country. >> reporter: he'ttacking paul ryan for opposing an executive order to oppose birthright citizenship. the predent insistsis signature can override guarantees in the 14th amendment. >> of course that's not true. >> reporter: he's also promising to send up to 15,000 more troops to meet thousands of migrants at the u.s. border. >> on top of the border, i.c.e., nobody else is comingin >> reporter: democrats call it a political power play. evenreome republicans
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skeptical. >> what we should be talking about is what a good democrat and republican compromise for -- looks like. how republican candidates are being confronted with this issue of birthrightcitizenship. asked if they agree with the president, some admit they don't. >> thank you, tracie. while the polls won't open for a few more days, millions have already cast their ballots. as of yesterday, 24 million votes have been counted across the country, already more than theotal of early and absentee allots cast in the election in 2014. you can count oprah among the celebrities who plan on
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knocking on doorsad of the midterms. oprah said she'll b in georgia to help campaign for candidate stacey abrams it's one of the tightest and most contentious races in the country. oprah will appear at a town hall meeting and then join her canvassing the neighborhood. >> reporter: today the council't coe on the judiciary and public safety will ve on a bill today to move forward in places like takoma park, greens little and hyattsville already alw 16-year-olds to vote in local races. today met fro wl review its new budget and it could mean improved service for riders, but it could also come at a cost. megan mcgrath will break how it affects your commute.
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>> reporter: metro is trying to improve and expand service in order to lure riders back to the system in order to boost ridership. these improvements would come at a cost, about $20 million. d.c.,an mar and virginia would have to foot the bill. take a look at the improvements here. they include making all cars eight-car train and instituting a $2 flat fee fare on weekend and extending rush hour service. in addition to the cost of these seice improvements, there are other costs going up within the budget. more money is needed to pay for increases in pay. more money is needed f met access service. so that is the down side here. but you also have this other piece where service could be expanded and improved, which would certain make a lotf people happy.
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a supreme secret realed. tw former justice, sandra day o'connor and wliam rehnquist were well-known friends who met in law school. >> but they had aeiecret even own children didn't know about. >> reporter: sandra day o'conr and her husband, john, were married 57 years after meeting in law school at stanford un gersity. sheduated number three in her class. number one was william rehnquis he would become chief justice of the supreme court. she eveually joined him there.g it's l been known they dated for a time, but now author evan thomas dascovered that rehnquist's interest in her went much further. when he left law school to become a supreme court clerk, he wroteo her. >> i think he was lonely i shington and he began ardently writing her. then he went on to say, "sandy, will youry m me?" >> there's no record of her
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response but it was clearly no. she married john o'connor three months later at the family ranch and rehnquist married another woman. >> they gave me permission to see what was in the box but they hadn't read what was in the box. >> reporte t they remained best of friends united a different way, on the supreme court bench. pete williams, nbc news, washington. >> that is fascinating! >> who would imagine two people who were romantic with each other would both end up on the supreme court. >> and love the days when you would write a letter proposing to somebo. ve sweet, very sweet. amelia is here to talk abour thatous weather we had yesterday and whether we get a repeat performance. i know her dress pattern well enough to know she's wearing hot pink and it'ss sleevel so that
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means one more good day. >> i'm looking in my closet saying bring out the pink and the short sleeves today. you do not need theacket at all this afternoon. it is t-shirt weather for sure igout there with temperatures for most of us in the mid to upper 70ea we're a at 67 degrees. our average high this time of we're already o above average. as we look to tomorrow, a few shower out thes out there. out butgoing to be a wa have the umbrella handy in case you get caught in a rain shower. by friday night, wea may hav rumble of thunder as a cold front moves throughhe area. our highs on saturday and sundays only in the 50s and 60s, sunday being the cooler of the two days. i've included temperatures
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notice most of us are dry, maybe a lone shower, washington, frederick county, down around i had much i-81. i'm stopping future weather at 7 a.m. where we're tracking areas of rain and otherwise mild temperatures. we're already right around 70 degrees tomorrow as the kids arn wa at the bus stop. you kind of linger in the upper 60s. here we are noticing rain moving through the area. i'm pointing out the afternoon area at 3 p.m. notice jdyt about every is dry. rain is most like lly for your friday evening. that could slow down your ocmmute. somets of heavier rain out there around 7 p.m. ockets of ay some rain possible in the morning hours. omm going to have much more on the weekendg up in 15 minutes, guys. >> thanks, amelia. i knew it was too good to last.
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teacher and children: ...and justice for all.
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divers have recovered a flight data recorder from the lions air jet that crashed in do insia. on monday the boeing commercial jet crashed just minutes after it took off from jakarta. a preliminaryeport intohe crash could be released within the next month. shocking news for parents in northern virginia. they learned a 12-year-old boy is accused of groping female classmates and is facing charges of sexualba eries. the incidents came to light this week when a victim came forward. 's apparently been happening since september. >> this young lady did feel the touching was inappropriate and alerte staff member to notified an officer. >> because the student is 12,
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the case will be handled byju nile court and he is not being held in juvenile detent detention. >> fewer young people are smoking cigarettes but more are getting call the up in juuling. >> reporter: a new and distu disturbing trend among young people, juuling, the most popular brand of e-cigarettes, with a powerful amount anythi nicotine. people would hide them in their jacket sleeve and holdhem up in class and things like that. she w >> reporter: she was part of a
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ground-breaking study to figure out if juuling or other brands were bador the kids. dr. martin reubenstein had so many patients asking him if e-cirettes were safe, he decided to study kids who said they used e-cigarettes, including juul. what did you learn? what are theighlights from the study? >> we found a lotf the same chemicals in the urine of these teen-agers that we iee cigarettes. much lower levels than traditional cigarettes but higher than what we expect to find from just environmental exposures. >> reporter: are any of these toxic? >> the five main chemicals that we found are either shown to be cancer causing or thought to be cancer causingither in humans or animals. >> reporter: do we know what tho -term effects of using these e-cigarettes is? >> we don't. so even the fact that these re lower levels are still concerning.
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we don't know that these kids will continue to use for many years, but should they, we expect to see some of the same negative outcomes that we see with cigarettes. >> we fully acknowledge that they are using this product and it's not acceptable. >> reporter: ashley gould is the chief administrative officer of juul labs. theyominate the e-cigarette industry with 74% of the market e and the company earned $16 billion since the product was designed to give adult smoker an alternative to cigarett nearly 50% of smokers who use ul topped smoking cigarettes. >> we know that cigarettes kill half of the people who use them. the potential of vapor technology is to deliver nicotine through a form that
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avoids combustion and thereby avoid or significantly the harm from cigarette smoking. >> reporter: is it safe? do you know what the long-term effectsf juuling are? >> i can't talk about the safety of the product from a regulatory perspective. >> reporter: i'm asking if you know if the long-term results are >> we will collect data overtime. >> reporter: isn't it irresponsible to p a product out there for adults or anybody else to purchase if you don't know the long-term effects? >> i think the context is critically important. >> reporter: all i'm asking is if you know i you have a product that 30 years from now won't be killing peoplethrom sog else.
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while e-cigarettes appear to be less harmful than cigarettes in the srt run, it's unknown what the long-term effects are. >> reporter: there's no dispute that nicotine is harmful. >> we're in the disputing that. >> reporter: unfortunanly there are awful lot of unintended users of the product, and happen to be kids. >> and it's critically important that youth are educated about the harms of nicotinnicotine, w don't know about cigarettes and why. these are not products for them. we agree 100% with that. >> reporter: what do you tell your patients? >> i strongly recommend against it. there's no reason healthy adolescents should be exposing themselves to even potentially cancer-causing substances. >> reporter: do you think it's ba for you? >> yeah, i know it's bad for
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you. >> reporter: and that doesn'tst you? >> no, it doesn't stop me. a lot ofad things areor you that you still do. >> reporter: that has a lot of parents very concerned. >> and the fda is now considering banning some of the most pular flavorings for e-cigarettes. >> we continue to work for your health this midday. a new study outfof st is looking at the father's impact on a bahe's th. research found that babies born to men 45 yrs and older are more likely to be born with health issues. women are 28% more likely to develop diates during pregnancy if their partner is 45 or >der. >> happening tonight, are you ready f some playoffs? d.c. ieunited has a chance to me its postseason dream come true. just a few months a it didn't
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look like we'd make it even this far. united was the worst team in the mls. but when wayne rooy arrived, well, the season turned around now, didn't it? he's a finalist for the league mvp. and his hard work and determination has led them to the playoffs. the game kicks off tonight at 8:00 at that beautiful new audi field. you want to soak up some of this beautiful weather while you condition. amelia is tracking friday rain that might sick around for the weekend. and remember this little girl who fell in love with michelle obama's portrait? michelle obama's portrait? her i'm jennifer wexton, and i approve this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? jennifer wexton backed a dealm leading sive tolls on 66. nonsense. jennifer wexton fought the tolls on 66. and let's call this plan what it is,th way that it's been rolled out. it's highway robbery. there's also healthcare robbery.rb
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at> you and i were just talking
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about how much city and planning goes into these halloween costumes. >> but one girl may have taken the cake for the creativity. we're talking about 3-year-old parker curry. you may remember her from this picture eashier this year. went to see michelle obama's portrait and this picture just rawent she was frozen in admiration of the former first lady. guess what?rk was the portrait for lloween. buzz feed posted this picture of parker in a matching dress and posing juste mrs. obama was in the painting. parker's momaid when she asked her what she wanted to be for halloween, she immediately said, "michelle obama." >> very cool. >> that is awesome. >> amelia, talk to us about this weather. >> not a washout. today will be dry, mild.
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tomorrowon owe cccasional showe maybe some heavy showers for friday night. on saturday, high temperatures only in the mid 50s to low 60s. today wreoing to hit around 77 for a high. on sunday even cooler, temperatures only in the mid to upper 50s throughout the day. so overall feeling much more like autumn this weekend than today and even tomorrow because highs tomorrow still warm being into the l -- warming into the low 70s for most of us. showers could linger into the morning, 8,9, 10 a.m. it's going to be breezy on saturday and suay, just cool day. you'll want to bundle up on sunday. sunday we get tha extra hour of sleep, daylight savings time comes to a end. then we see our sunset around about 5 p.m. until juary 4th. so the weather having a low to moderate impact on your weekend. if you're going hiking, some
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muddy spots from the right now out in the mountains we're seeing moderate, even high color out thnke. i t this is going to be a great weekend to go and check that out. rd work, this is what erika said she'd be doing this weekend, rake being some leaves out there. breezing contions on your saturday. and then we of course have the redskins game. i would recommend a coat, maybe ev o gloves there at fedex field. 70s today and tomorrow and then they're gone so enjoy it. theit cooler weekend more rain potentially monday, tuesday, as well as wednesday, guys. >> i didn't say i'd be raking leaves. >> s'll be directing jason. >> you missed a spot. >> you missed a spot. >> the lineup for a thanksgiving day tradition, the macy's day parade. ♪ once upon a december
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maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama ree. ben jealous has the "courage to move families forward."st let ud up for our kids let us stand up for families let us stand up for our state ben jealous, democrat for governor "anastasia" on stage now at the kennedy center with music that you will love and a story that you will remember. lila is a member of the cast and
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she joins us. thank you so much for joining us. you play anya. tell me about her. >> sure. she's a head ngst determined young woman, who is searching for h family and where she belongs. >> it's incredible this is being shown at the kennedy center or opportunity to experience theater at the kennedy center, but people will re tmber this from '97 film. talk to me about the differences between film and on stage. >> the music is actually set in the more realistic way. so the movie has like fantasy characters and magic and all t theseking animals, and that does not exist in our production. it's really rooted in reality. so a lot of people say the movie is what they needed as a child but the musical is what they need as a grownup.
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>> oh, i like that! this is known for its music. tell me about some ofvoour te songs. your voice is gorgeous. >> thank you. yi think favorite songs are obviously "journey to the past." singing it every night gives you chills. and my new favorite song is "in a crowd of thousands." it's a gorgeous song and it's a really pivotal moment in the show so i love it >> is this something would you say hey, come out if you have a date night fre or if you're looking for something to do with the family on a saturday? >> yeah. it's something that's applicable to all ages and all groups. if you want to do a date night, it's romantic and mysterious. but it's also adventurous and kid friendly. anyone you want to bring to the show is going to love it. >> it's beautiful to listen, to watch. you're originally from new york.
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this has got to be special for you to have this role, to be at the kennedy center, to have that under your belt. are you a all to be a limber e in -- little nervous? >> it would be dishonest to say i wasn'tnervous. if i wasn't nervous i would be like what's going on? but it's a dream com. tr i'm just so humbled that i get to do this. >> enjoy the moment. break a leg. thank you, lila. you can see "anastasia" atpehe kennedy house now through december. chris? ♪ what i'd be without you >> john legend is one of the many srs that hav been lighting up the macy's thanksgiving day other entertainers include diana ross, bad bunny, kane brown and
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the kids will be excited to hear the cast of the mpets will be there. you can see the parade right here on nbc4 thanksgiving day. students onie a trip hoped uncover this stone ax head at george washington's home earlier this month. they say the tool would have been an important part of life for the nativ americans that lived there. he was the first man to walk on the moon. you can own artifacts of one of the most iconic men of the history. neil armstrong's sons are auctioning off some of his peonalitems. there will be more auctions next year as well. >> coming up, itna is nat men
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for pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i have a friend named ben. ben is a national leader who's protecting obamacare from president trump. he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin and i approved this message.
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2012 and 2014. subaru hasn't saidow many were sold in the u.s. >> twitter is taking ste to address two longstanding user complaints. it's announced a new way to report suspicious contents or bots. twitter is also testing a button to more easily display your tweets in crhronologal order. today target is giving a thousand of its stores aer m makeover. and we're getting a brand new store right here in oxen hill. target says the remodel will be finished by 2020. but all of the local stores listed on your screen will dergo a renovation. it will include more coemporary design and digital
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companies to make your time at the storie easier and more inspiring. >> i need moremo y. i went for a bottle of windex and $236 later -- na it's nat men make dinner day. >> soon to be followed by women pump gas day. >> it's for guys who don't spend a lot of time in the kitch but can follow along with a recipe. doug kammerer got up early t cook dinner for his family and lead off this special day. yo didn't know this was a real thing. >> i think molette just came up with this to make me cook in the
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morning.or >> repter: look at this, this is chicken marsala. there are rules to you did che little bit. you asked your wife holly to find t wine. >> i cheated a little. recipe ter: we put the on our web site. check that out. all you got to do is searchor salmonella poisoning. i gotcha! so some of the rules, you must choose ae rec that's published. you did that. and you keep the ingredients yrganized. you did a rea good job. tell me the ingredients you used in this. >> two differe types of mushrooms. obviously chicken breast, about a quarter to a half inch thick. marsala wine obviouy pup g. you hav your shallots.
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you have the garlic minced up. >> you were nervous about the garlic. >> i was. >> reporter: you did a slam dunk job. we're going to have you backn k next year, right? >> yeah, next year. right? kids like it, >> reporter: come on, .ca >> it was good. >> reporter: and your son liked it, itoo? was good. i'm eating it right now. >> reporter: that's the latest from doug's house for national days.ake dinner >> and i have to clean up? >> reporter: you have to clean up. th's one of the rules. >> aaron gilchrist made up this g cajun shrimp dish. >> i'mimpressed. let's send thing back over to amelia draper to talk more about
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this gorgeous day ahead of us. >> just fantastic today. check out your ten-day forecast. today the warmest by far. breezy this afternoon as clouds are on these incr a few showers tomorrow but plenty of dry time tomorrow. it still mildith highs around 70 degrees. maybe a few rumbles o thunder and heavy rain tomorrow night. breezy for the afternoon hours and cooler. we're in the mid 50s to low 60s. sunday is crisp, highs only i the 50s, plenty of sunshine. we also have daylight saving time ending early sunday so we get that extra hour of sleep, erika. >> we'll take it thank you, ma'am. that's it for "news4midday." thank you for joining us. we are back at 4:00 this afternoon. >> have
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