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this is fox 5 news morning. temperatures are on the rise and if you're not careful, they could be dangerous, caitlin is here and has your full forecast. pride festivities. big concert with big hollywood names get ready to feel the pain to park what were once free parking spots will now cost you we'll have details going into effect tomorrow. june 11th, i'm annie yu >> thanks for starting
off with us, i'm tom fitzgerald >> that summer weather we've been looking for is upon us >> it's arrived, yesterday it was gorgeous. we were just discussing this, temperatures in the upper 80's, it was great. now a little uncomfortable. there's a capitol dome shining brightly in the sunshine that has you don't have the been respective lend over the past few day, get a string of sunny dry days and that temperature is on the rise, it's a little sticky as we begin at 73 as reagan national, 67 at dulles, 67 at marshal. say good-bye to the nice crisp morning, they're long gone at least for the next seven day, 66 in gaithersburg, 64 in
frederick. 61 there in cumberland. satellite and radar nothing, clear skies for miles, enjoy another sunny afternoon, a lot of sun screen if you'll be out at the pool. if you're at the beach, this is excellent beach weather, high temperatures in the 80's, nice comfortable day. back home here, in washington, here's what to expect for planning forecast for this sunday, temperatures jump quickly. look at this, mid 80's by 11:00 a.m. 90's by 2:00 p.m. 94 for the high temperature and with more humidity today, it will be more humid, it's going to feel close to 100 degrees in the middle of the afternoon. we're calling that one hot. 94 in the district. but 91 in gaithersburg, a little bit cooler, little bit by the water, 89 in annapolis, 87 leonardtown. the
northwest dc, good morning to you, an lee. >> reporter: good morning, tom and annie and caitlin, yesterday, we had the parade. and today, we take on a little more of a serious tone, with thousands more expected to hit the streets for the equality march for unity and pride. and we're standing here where the march will end in front of the capitol building and countries are on scene setting up a stage. this is where again, some big named performers like milely cyrus and the pointer sisters will be performing and there will be big-time actors and speakers speaking. the parade will begin at 10:00 this morning, and folks are expected to start lining up along i street between 14th and 17th street. i want to show you all, here, we've got several police already out on the streets here blocking the roadway, because marchers are expected to head down 17th street past the white house, and then end here on
mall. so there will be closures in this area here as well as rolling closures throughout the district. especially during that march. the march is also happening, guys, one day before the one year anniversary of the pulse night club attack in orlando. that will be a theme honoring the victims as well as voicing concerns and just talking about the current political climate regarding the lgbtq community. here is where everything will end. there will be a huge concert and capitol pride and plenty of family fun things to do until 7:00 p.m. make sure you're prepared for the weather but it should be fun out here, an lee hemphill, fox 5 local news 7:04. the capitol pride parade was in full
kristen leon reports. negligent. >> reporter: together their celebrating love, but more importantly, they're celebrating each other for who they are. >> it's an immense amount of comfort >> she's never been to a pride event before until now, it's getting a giant warm hug from thousands of people. >> reporter: the minute the parade started moving down the street >> i started to cry. i was like, i didn't expect this. >> a feeling others got once the music started playing >> being part of this environment, so exclusive, loving, is so import
special >> probably one of the most relevant times to be here. >> reporter: bottom line, love is love and worth the celebration >> there are so many people who will love you and do love you and it just, it only makes sense that love is accepted and cherished and celebrated. we want to see all of your pictures from this weekend's pride event, we want you to tweet us your pictures using capitol pride, and we'll check in with you a little bit later on this morning and see what you've got to show us. moving on to some of the news events this morning, a man accused of striking two dc police officers and a transportation worker in a hit-and-run crash made his first appearance in court yesterday. brand new figures mormon is charged with assault as well as aggravated assault, right now the three victims injured in thursday's crash in
are recovering. they're in a rural county outside of richmond virginia, now, police are investigating the cause of that crash. investigators say they found military style weapon in the back of the pickup. unclear why those men had that gun. and there is a gofundme account set up for the injured officers, and their families that account goal of more than $50,000, so far more than $10,000 has been donated to that cause new information from ocean city maryland this morning, the city council said it will not allow women to walk around top less on the beach after all. the counsel passed an emergency ordinance to prohibit any kind of public nudity and that reverses when we learned life guardses were instructed not to crack down on top less beach goers, we're still waiting to hear from the attorney general, the state's attorney general asked for the attorney general's opinion after a woman demande
since men have that option. happening today, the lincoln memorial reflecting pool will be drained because the water currently inside the reflecting pool could make you sick. the park service said yearly 80 ducks were caused dead caused by high levels of parasites growing on snails and human could develop a skin rash, the reflecting pool will open june 19th. tomorrow, parking meters will be going up and they will be in effect, paid parking will be enforced daily from's 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. there's about 400 free parking spaces from east optimistic park to east point, the goal is to increase the turnover of the parking spots they have available allowing more residents and tourists access
time now 7:08. man best known for playing the caped crusader has died. >> adam west, tributes pouring into into the late actor as people remember back to the 1960's icon who passed away this weekend. caitlin will be back with another look at today's weather. check this on us. the monument looking sunny already. it will be better today. we'll be right back. >> beautiful out there. >> beautiful out there.
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more now from fox of anita vog al. >> reporter: playing the capped crusader during the 1960's tv show batman, 88-year-old adam west died in los angeles after a short battle with leukemia. >> batman and robin courageous warriors >> having a handful of co starring rolls early on in his career, he got discovered by batman producer william dosier during nestle quick commercial. it only ran from 1966 to 1968. his iconic role as bruce wayne will forever be his note notable role. struggling to get quality non-type cast roles the actor kept working co starring on several tv and film projects but perhaps it wasn't until he ventured no steady voice overwork did his career find new
simpsons and playing mayor west, fictionnal at ego. statement from his family said hour dad saw himself as the bright knight and inspired to make a positive impact on his fans's lives, he was always and will be our hero. in hollywood, anita vogal, fox news. i honestly felt bad when i heard that yesterday. he was so positive and nice and he loved being batman and continuing to have people recognize him as batman. a good long life, 88. >> that is a good long life and a good person to be, batman. we are looking at some dramatic differences in the temperatures today. >> it's more like the humidity, it will be hotter for sure, once you mix in the humidity, i
from comfortably warm to uncomfortably hot >> you're seeking shade all of a sudden >> and a lot of water breaks and drags you down that humidity but exercising now is the way to do it as we look at brave runners at the national mall. it's not bad in these early morning hours but once you get the sun to come up, it gets to be even dangerous at times to run out. it's not intolerable but with the due points rising it gets sticky, more humid will be the big difference, after a gorgeous saturday. temperatures right now, though, much warmer than yesterday, 73 in washington, 69 in baltimore, 72 in annapolis, 73 stevensville, 64 gaithersburg, 63 martinsberg, 66 in winchester, we're seeing 60's and 70's as bermuda high pressure will be influencing all the midatlantic and places like new york and boston struggled to see nice warm late spring weather are finally
on things, 65 in binghamton. 65 in pittsburgh, 60 in west virginia. satellite and radar, clear skies for miles out there and we've got nothing but sunshine planned maybe a few high thin clouds through the day but sunglasses, sun screen, hats if you'll be outside too long take water and shade breaks as much as you can, if you're going to the nats game, it is go to be hot out there keep that in mind, we get all summer long when you first get it you have to readjust. we got sunshine on futurecast through 5:00 p.m. clear skies, few clouds around tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon still under that influence of high pressure. heat, of course, southerly flow bringing in the heat, the golf moisture and the higher humidity, each day we're you humidity it gets worse because the humidity builds and sets over us, forms a fog overhead. possible records being broken monday and tuesday. right now, those are 95 and 96.
we're forecasting 94 right now, but the heat index, that will be 100 degrees plus with humidity, pretty comfortable. here's what it looks like, futurecast 94, southwest winds are light. sunny and hot with higher humidity expected, and that seven-day forecast we can't that hot trend this heat wave, that will begin today and last through maybe wednesday, hot monday, uncomfortably to dangerously hot. we don't cool off at night. thunderstorms are likely as back door cold front swings in wednesday and that will bring clouds and showers and relatively cooler weather on thursday, we stay unsettled through friday into saturday as temperatures rebound and the thing is we stay sticky with the thunderstorms chances if you like it hot and some really do, this forecast is now, today, tomorrow into tuesday. guys, stays really warm. annie and time is 7:17, here's a look at things happening in the area. we'll take you to the
chapter of concerns police survivors will be holding the 18th annual cops ride. police escorted motorcycle ride it's rallying point is at the fop in upper marlboro this morning. in upper marlboro d dot will begin today, it will begin that work from 8:00 till about 5:00 a.m. sunday through friday, and all day saturday. construction includes resurfacing the roadway and work is expected to be done by august. the bladensburg police department is teaming up with 7-eleven stores for the annual bike were rodeo. tis event promotes safe bike riding attendees will have the chance to ride along with a police officer. this event starts at 10:00 a.m. this morning over at the bladensburg waterfront park. the 2017 arlington youth triathlon will be held today. it kicked off and runs through 10:30. there are
want to keep in mind. the triathlon is over at 10:30 and the closures will reopen there. they look like they're ready to go. ready to go to the horse track now, a little bit of horse racing for you. tap rit finished six it is skipped the preakness but came in first at the belmont in new york. happening during the final stretch of the race, sneaking past, which was my kentucky derby irish war cry coming in third. remember patch? he also comes in through,ings congratulations, no triple crown this year, maybe next. two knows. 7:19. still the talk of the town, the james comey memos. the question now is did comb's really of those memos about his meetings of the president violate executive privilege? we'll have that story for you coming up. time is 7:19. time is 7:19.
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tuesday. that is the same day that deputy attorney general rod rosen stein goes before the house appropriations committee. one week after fired former fbi director james comey took the stand >> blockbuster testimony is still the talk of dc. fox's garrett tenney has the details. >> reporter: washington reeling from the senate testimony and the president's response, which disputed parts of that testimony. >> would you be willing to speak under oath to give your version of >> 100%. i didn't say under oath. i hardly know the man. i'm not going to say i want you to pledge allegiance, who would do that? >> committees in both the house and the senate want to see all the memos james comey has with president trump along with tapes of those conversations the white house may have but there are also questions on whether comey was
contents of the memo in the first place. legal experts point out, agents are not allowed to disclose any records gathered on the job and that this applies to every employee. >> people are treating this like a diary entry. he wrote this on an fbi computer about a pending sensitive investigation on an issue he thought was material to the investigation. and say, can i release this?nt - they review it. >> lawmakers both sides of the aisle are expressing frustration they still haven't seen the memos dispute repeated questions. the president meanwhile is pushing to change the conversation >> in collusion. no obstruction. he's a leaker. but we want to get back to running our great country. >> we're also learning special council's office is expected to discuss releasing the memo to the senate intelligence committee seasons monday, in washington, garrett
news. president trump spent some time golfing at the trump national golf course in bed minister, new jersey, before he returns to dc today. this week, he will make a visit to wisconsin on tuesday ttrump won that state's votes on that election day. expected to attend a fund-raising event in an effort to raise money for the party. eight people hurt after driver plowed into a group of people outside amsterdam's main railway station, the crash happened yesterday and police say the driver was parked in a place he wasn't allowed to stop. authorities began approaching the car, the driver tried driving off. but hit a wall. the man has been arrested. police say there is quote no indication whatsoever of a terrorist attack. time now 7:25. coming up. a look at our top stories today. >> a recap of the capitol pride parade and a look at today's event the equality march happening in a couple hours. caitlin
7:28. caitlin you mentioned this earlier. >> it's not like i'm doing that on my days off exactly. i wish. i know. >> why can't i be like that? >> let these people motivate you. it was hot yesterday. and it will be hotter today. >> heat wave through tuesday, let those people be a reminder exercise only in the early morning hours or later at night. in the heat of the day, it's really uncomfortable. hot, humid and becomes dangerous >> after i take a walk around the block i want to come back and take a nap. >> it's hard to get used to, i found even though it was beautiful, it -- you got to get used to the heat. we haven't had too many hot days. it's good, it's summertime, almost there. staple. national's baseball they unfortunately gave up good game yesterday. they were winning and then they weren't. seems to be happening a lot, guys. but anyways, they're playing again today. 4:00 it's going to be very hot. 94 degrees, that's your first pitch temperature and the high temperature for the day. more humid, definitely, that will be a big difference between yesterday's forecast and today. much more humidity. so that's when it starts get uncomfortable tough to be out there. take breaks in the shade.3 lot of sun screen needed once you get to 6:00, 600 and, the sun is lower but still hot through sunet. 73 outside right now in dc, 69 in baltimore, 2 in annapolis, 72 isn't leonardtown. mountains across the m
uncomfortable. 67 at dulles, due poin map. 60's start to show it indicates higher huidity a little bit more uncomfortable out there an& feling sticky which in the morning hours is highest round the water there with the influence and the you know, a little bit lower and higher and dier in those mountains towards martinsberg and wincheste. satellite and radar, nothing overhead to realy spea of high pressure clear skies we'll have a ot of sunshine, and as we get in into this afternoon, high 3 pressure starting to push further any of shore,the southerly flow bringing in more moisture, emperatures well into the 90's. here's a look at hgh temperature, washington, 94 in washington. slightly cooler in anapolis, iain there. i was there yesterday, ou coul definitely feel the difference. 87 in leoardtown. 92 in fredericksberg and 91 in culpeper. lows tonight, 60's to 70, mi 70s in the city, you feel that blanket of humdity sitting overhead with the urban influence conditioning off to seep comfortably that will be the case for te next few nights as we do not cool off. low tempratures in the mid 70's would he do this summer this is our first round. 95 monday and tuesday getting into record high temperature territory there. 90 wednesday back door cold front comes through and starts to spark off a couple thunderstorms. possibly a pop-up one on tuesday, i'm not really introducing those introducing thunderstorm until wednesday, we stay unsettled as we head to friday and into saturday that forecast looks a little murky as we head to next weekend. meantime, heat wave underway, 84 today, 95 next couple days, stay cool, everyone. tom and annie? the pride's festivities continues and just a few hours the match begins >> that will be after a big concert with big hollywood headliners, angelie hemphill is live with the latest. good morning, angelie. >> reporter: good morning, guys. yes, we are new in day two of pride weekend here in the district. and we're standing on the national mall in front of the capitol building where thousands are expected to
for the capitol pride festival that will happen after the march will be where the march ends and you might be able to see way in the distance, several food trucks getting their spot here because the celebration will go until 7:00 p.m. lots of food, family fun, and stuff to do after the big march today. also i want to show you here on the mall, crews are setting up this stage, this will be where some top performers will be performing like milely cyrus, and the pointer sisters. several sisters will speak during the march that is expected to begin at 10:00 a.m. this morning. it's going to start along i street between 14th and 17th streets. then marchers expected to head down 17th street, past the white house, and then end up here on the nash mall. that's another thing i want to show you guys, not a lot of the cars on the roadway, that's because police have several roads shutdown in or around the national mall.
shut downs as the parade, you know, continues on throughout the day. the march today is also happening one day before the one-year anniversary of the pulse night club attack in orlando, florida, they will be honoring the victims today on that, there also going to be addressing and voicing concerns in the lgbtq community. so we have a lot of fun planned today. a lot of, you know, the march as well along the white house, people are expected to fill the streets. it will be busy and a warm one. make sure you are prepared for that. that's the latest in northwest. angelie hemphill fox 5 local news. >> thank you so much, angelie >> pres. yates: time is 7:34. have you ever tried rolled ice cream? it's a tradition and there's a place making this dessert we'll join them after the break and give you a scoop. give you a scoop.
if you ever tried dupont's circle ice cream place called icy code. joining us to give us the scoop is the founder, johnny u >> thank you for having me here >> what is rolled ice cream? >> rolled ice cream is -- it's -- it's ice cream -- it's basically the ice cream base and then they started with a very cold plate. and 30 degrees >> this is a tradition in your culture. >> it's not. when i see this in asia, i was attracted by look and had idea to bring this to this ice cream rolls >> the noise we're hearing right now, she's working very hard and a lot of people stopped by your
experience because part of the joy watching kamisha make the ice cream. let's watch her. how long does this take >> takes a minute or two. >> and why does she have to constantly do that >> adding to make, ice cream roll, ice cream combined better. >> tell us about that surface she's doing this on. what is that? >> it's a cold surface. >> yes. and 30 degrees. >> and that freezes it >> she's manipulating the scream and moving it around >> it freezes as she works on it. >> yes, 30 degrees we need to control the speed and the temperature >> this is lot of labor going into these ice creams, i want to see if there's a difference >> can we show some of these? >> what flavor is this >> this is signature scream roll, it's c
this is honey. and this is smur. >> a smore, got it. ? this is baked alaska. it's ice cream base and then >> how quickly do you have to consume this before it starts to -- to leave us, as it were >> will they stay cold for awhile >> it's going to take a few minutes. >> now, can people pick their toppings >> yes, we look forward to receive our fan's feedback about how they want to make their own ice cream. >> you can special order things that you know if you like more strawberries, more marsh mellows >> what's the number one
>> pretty even, each flavor has its own fans. and this one -- it's a cap chino sells most right now >> there's a lot of ice cream stores as you know, was it hard to come up with something into this market that people have never seen before? >> i believe, i did believe this form of -- this look will be the future ice cream, and then ice cream supposed to look like that in the future >> one quick of her work over here on the screen here? she was able to >> your arms >> she was will the put fox 5 on one of the things. there we go. johnny u we appreciate you coming in. if you're in
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officials using an unexpected goal in recruiting female firefighters >> that tool is the kardashians. phil shoe man explains all of this >> my god, there's a fire, courtney >> into protective gear, the kardashians, mom chris jenner, courtney and khloe visit la county fire station 89. >> check it out. >> this is heavy. >> are these fireproof? >> with a fog machine creating the allusion of smoke, the ladies getting a taste of what it's like to be a firefighter, one of more ununusual episodes. patiel loves the show
i think her body is motivational. i like kim's heart. it's obvious she cares about her kids. and then courtney is just courtney. hila hilarious. >> reporter: was the crew on duty? was the county compensated? can anybody arrange to ride in a fire truck >> i want to be the damn sell in distress >> county said no to an on camera interview following instructions but they provided information, saying, in part, we were doing the show for recruitment purposes, we were looking at the big picture. the demographics of this show are young and female. we like female, to see that the department is not just for men, 310 firefighters, 48 are women, about 1.6% half by comparison. so when the county was
kardashian show. the answer was yes. the fire department said the crew was on duty, but in reserve. then updated it with the crew was off-duty personnel but we contacted that were willing to come in and do it. the fire engine was not actually in service. so this did not impact our services. none of this is problem for the cast or familying visiting from london, to them, the kardashians can basically do nothing wrong >> what do you like about them >> they're all so normal and i wish i was one of them. >> reporter: the company that produces the show, they made a donation to the la fire foundation, the amount? five hundred dollars. phil shoeman fox news. here's the thing. there are a lot of phrases you can use to describe the kardashians. i don't know that they're so normal would be
>> we all reacted at studio like normal? well, right. i don't know. >> you know what? we tip the hat to them for highlighting the hard work of firefighters, because that's something, if all the other things are going to pay attention to the hard work of firefighters and first responders, they can do worse than that. all right? end of speech. milania trump and her son barren are moving into the white house, it's happening wednesday, and of course, barren is expected to attend st. barren >> they're coming up on six months since the trumps moved into the white house. where has the time gone? caitlin? >> they fly by. especially here in washington. >> you've been tracking the weather for us this morning. for weeks now, you know, may did not feel like may. >> in the at all >> march and february did in the feel like those months. we actually might have weather >> june-like weather
that, all of the months have been mixed up this winter and spring, finally very nice late spring early summer weather as we take a look outside as the aforementioned white house is on your screen there. the sun shining on it. and it's a beautiful day, it's a nice to morning, it is a warm morning, noticeably warmer than the past few where we started off where you almost needed a jacket. you did. you don't now, it is hotter today with temperatures rising into the mid 90's, we got to 87 yesterday. felt great if only every summer day could be like that with more humidity it will be in the mid 90's, high humidity, and feeling like 100 degrees plus. through tuesday. as we begin our heat wave today and lasts through tuesday, thunderstorm chances by mid week and then not much relief from the humidity, even though we'll see temperatures drop by thursday, friday, it does stay sticky out there. 73 bright sunshine lights southwest winds, beautiful morning and this is the time to
through the late morning afternoon hours we really start to heat up quickly. 66 in gaithersburg, 69 in baltimore, 72 in annapolis, 73 westminster, 68 in martinsberg, satellite and radar. we'll have a few high thin clouds as we roll through sunday. it's beautiful, no problems wherever you're going. the only issue will be the high heat. maybe you're at the nats game, give them breaks in the shade, with the water, nothing but sunshine expected and clear skies as we head to monday, back to work and school monday, last week of school for a so many of you, it will be unbearably hot. bermuda high pressure really going to pump in that heat and each day seems to get harder and harder the longer it sticks around the worse, that will be the blanket overhead through too, probably wednesday as well. due points rising and it's going to be uncomfortable with those temperatures also well into the 90's. so that's when monday and tuesday we're
heat index values 100 degrees plus that becomes dangerous and that also diminishes the air quality pretty quickly. afternoon planner for today, keep in mind the high heat enjoy a lot of sunshine, 85 temperatures soaring by 11:00 ma'am. we'll hit the high temperature of 94, 95 monday, 95 tuesday. we're into record high temperature territory there. thunderstorm are likely as a back door cold front comes by, that will make it a gloomy thursday, but relatively cooler and that might be me welcome relief by thursday. 85 degrees with a chance of a thunderstorm on friday, 87 on saturday. so it looks a little unsettled as we head into next weekend. that's the way it looks, your seven-day forecast, tom and annie? here present the part of the coca-cola black which is a mix of coca-cola and coffee and probably the people doesn't like the taste,
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so you think you can dance >> the show will begin its 14th season if you can believe that. at 8:00 p.m. eastern, fox adam housely takes a look. ♪ ♪. >> reporter: so you think you can dance kicks off its 14th season with. >> there's definitely more fusions and i think they're happening mainly as a result of so you think you can dance >> the standard is raised. the bar has been raised yet again. even in the hip hop styles >> i have been dancing since three years old, and i was a girl in the
actually knew the choreographer and the other little ones would follow me. it's something that i hold dear to my heart and i think that this is such an amazing platform >> welcome to so you think you can dance. >> talked about the shows loyal fan >> it doesn't matter who you are or what you do or how old you are. i show the entire family can sit down on a couch and watch it and everybody will get something out of it. >> it takes more than fancy foot work to impress this group of judges. >> everybody in the world should smile and dance, performance i'm interested in technique obviously, you don't have to be brilliant in technique if i believe that you can go on, so you think you can dance is a bit of a journey >> when they come into play and someone has great stage presence and charisma, you wrap that up in a nice package and you usually going to be crying
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>> i'm annie yu, >> i'm tom fitzgerald. thank you for starting your sunday with us and we'll start with caitlin. tracking really hot temperatures out there today. >> we got a heat wave underway this afternoon, it was a beautiful saturday. so nice, just comfortably warm we've had great few days, deserved it. a lot of rain and gloomy cool weather so far this spring and finally on the second weekend in june nice weather for you as we take a live look outside on this warm sunday morning, the 11th of june a beautiful view across the potomac into virginia and we hope you've been having a fabulous weekend. it is already mild out there. fox 5 accu-weather forecast, 75 at reagan national. we did in the get below 70 degrees all night 73 at dulles, 75 at bwi. the humidity is higher than yesterday. 73 in leonardtown and 76 in annapolis, that sun is strong. not just this time of
also because it's going to be so hot. unusually hot. high temperatures in the low 80's for early june but we'll be well not 90's. satellite and radar high pressure in place, clear skies, with that, in mind, we've got sunshine and a lot of it today. very hot with temperatures well into the 90's. we hit 87 yesterday. we should be up to 94. your planner forecast shows best to be by the pool and water out at the beaches today. temperatures probably in the mid 80's. it will be fantastic day at the beaches. we're in the mid 80's in dc by 11:00 a.m. 92 by 2:00 p.m. 94 later on this afternoon, it will feel like 100. cool in annapolis, leonardtown with the influence of the bay, 91 in martinsberg, 91 in culpeper, 91 in manassas. how hot we get for the rest of the work week still ahead in your seven-day forecast. annie and tom >> the pride festivities in dc continue. >> that will come after a big
anywhere angelie him ill is live this morning in northwest with the latest. good morning, angelie. >> reporter: good morning, tom and annie lots of setup going on we're on the national mall where the equality march for unity and pride will culminate. i've been living to caitlin's forecast, the weather is a little worrisome but organizers out here have thought about that. i do want to show to you and point this out, plenty of big water monsters all over the national mall. already they will put water, so that's going to be great for anyone concerned about how hot it's going to be out here. also. >> even though we're several hours away from the big concert and the big capitol pride festival, setup is continuing you see food trucks cleaning their spot and of course, vendor tents going up. i also want to show you the beautiful backdrop of the capitol building there, that is a stage that's going to be set up there. and that's where you will see some big
afternoon, like milely cyrus and the pointer sisters. again, this is where the march will end. the march all begins at 10:00 this morning, along i street in between 14th and 17th streets. marchers are expected to march down 17th street, past the white house. and then end here along the national mall and i also want to point out we've got several streets already closed for that and rolling closures are going to be happening throughout the morning, if you are driving through the district this morning, you'll want to keep that in mind, this march is happening one day before the one-year anniversary of the pulse night club attack in orlando. so the march will honor those victims and will address concerns of the lgbtq community. so we are expecting a hot one out here. if you're planning on heading out, make sure you're prepared but i do want to mention again, there are looks like they're going to water out here for anyone attending, that's latest on the national mall, angelie hemphill fox 5 local news
yesterday the parade was in full swing in dupont circle. kristen leon reports. ♪ ♪ ♪. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands are coming out this weekend in dc. >> people they're my family. >> reporter: they're celebrating love. but more importantly, they're celebrating each other for who they are. >> it's like such an immense amount of comfort to know there's a community behind you. >> reporter: katie has never been to a pride event before until now. >> it's like getting a giant warm hug from thousands of peo people. >> reporter: she said the minute the parade started moving down the street, >> i started to cry. i was like, i didn't expect this. >> reporter: a feeling others also got once the music started playing. >> b
victim of a crime inclusive, so loving, is so important, so special. >> it's probably one of the most relevant times to be here. >> reporter: bottom line, love is love. and it's worth the celebration. >> there are so many people who will love you and do love you, and it just -- it only makes sense that love is accepted and cherished and celebrated. >> we also want to remind you if you got pictures you've taken at the pride celebrations we want to see them. so tweet us your pictures, use the #capitol pride and you see a couple of them flipping around there on your screen, let us know how your weekend is going. turning to other news, man accused of striking two dc police officers in a transportation worker in a hit-and-run crash made his first appearance in court yesterday. branden figures mormon is charged with assaults with intent to kill while armed as well as
meanwhile three victims injured and they're recover, along with figures mormon police arrested duane nicholas taylor a passenger in the pickup truck both he and figures mormon are from a rural county outside of richmond. police are investigating the cause of that crash, investigators say they found a military style weapon in the back of the pickup. it is unclear why those men had that gun. there's also a gofundme account that is now been set up for the injure officers and their families, the account has a goal of $50,000, so far more than $10,000 have been donated to this cause. we've new information from ocean city maryland the city council says it will not allow women to walk lauren top less on the beach after all. the council passed an emergency ordinance yesterday to prohibit any kind of public nudity. that reverses course from a few days ago when we learned life guards were instructed not to crack down on
goers, while the council is steak, out a position, we're waiting to hear from the attorney general, the war chester county state's attorney asked for the attorney general's opinion after a woman demanded she be allowed to go top less since men have that option. the lincoln memorial reflecting pool will be drained because the water inside the reflecting pool could make you sit. nearly 80 ducks were found dead in the pool in the last two weeks, caused by high levels of parasites growing on snails in the pool. humans that come in contact could develop a skin rash and the reflecting pool is expected to reopen june 19th, keep that in mind. starting tomorrow, new parking meters will go into effect on the national mall. paid parking will be enforced daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. it will cost you $2 an hour for a maximum of three hours, there's still about 400 free spaces from east potomac park to haines points but the national park service said
the meters is to increase turnover of the parking spots will which allow residents and more tourists to visit area. a bit of a mixed bag. a lot of people are not happy to having to fork over money. >> you know what? parking in dc is already tough. and so new, you're just making it even more of a turn-off for some who might want to come into the district. but they got to pay. >> to get out of the driveway pretty soon the way it's going. . time is 8:09. a man known for playing the caped crusader during the classic 60's version of batman died >> we're remembering the life and legacy of actor adam west who died this weekend. caitlin is back with another look at today's weather, stay with us, fox 5 morning on sunday we'll be right back. we'll be right back.
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appeared on other tv shows besides batman, bonanza and perry mason before he landed the caped crusader. we're going to hear more from fo fox's the anita vogal. >> reporter: best known for playing the caped crusader during the tv show batman, 88-year-old adam west died friday night in los angeles after a short battle with leukemia. >> batman and robin courageous warriors against crime >>s have a handful of co starring rolls in big screen projects early on in his career, he got discovered by batman producer william doz ier during nestle quick commercial. the series ran on abc from 1966 to 1968, west iconic role as bruce wayne would forever be his most notable role. struggling to get quali
nontype cast rolls after the series, the actor kept working co starring on several tv's film projects. but perhaps it wasn't until he ventured no steady voice overwork did his career find new life voicing characters on the simpsons and playing mayor west a fictional alter ego of himself. wife, six children, five grandchildren and two great grandkids, a statement said our dad saw himself as the bright knight and inspired to make a positive impact on fan's lives. he was always and will be our hero. in hollywood, anita vogal, fox news. i saw a great thing on the internet where somebody said adam west never had to say i'm batman. the way some of the other batmans is. because everybody new adam west was batman. time is 8:14, coming up a quirky museum to tell you about. >> this museum i
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keep pets inside,ly 8:17. first lady milania trump and her son barren are moving in wednesday this week and barren, of course, is expected to attend st. andrews in potomac, maryland. big move happening this week >> a lot of moving trucks. guys, beautiful yesterday. definitely warm. feeling more leak summer. >> yesterday was a good long day. we're going to get into what people know as a traditional washington, dc summer weather >> we do this constantly. first taste of high heat and humidity. that will be later this afternoon, it's beginning of heat wave that will take you into the work week. take a live look outside at the white house right now, sun shining, it's a beautiful sunny morning but warm if you haven't stepped outside. noticeably stickier than the past few mornings, even though we had a gorgeous humidity-free saturday. that will be different for today, the humidity
the difference, it's going to be plain old hotter, 87 was the high temperature yesterday. we should do mid 90's today, 94 is what we're going for, heat wave with high temperatures in the mid 90's and close to record highs if not breaking them. thunderstorm chances by midst week as back door cold front comes through, it will not much relief from the humidity all week long, right now, 75 in dc, 71, gaithersburg, 75 baltimore, 76 in annapolis, 75 in stevensville and 53 in frederick. less humidity, cooler along the
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