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police here in fairfax county are looking for the reason why a man was left with glass shattered all over him. police found their suspect, but the investigation is far from over. so many people want to do 90 miles an hour. if you don't get out of their way, they get on you, honk the horn and give you the pinger. pause. >> that's stupid. most of the time, these people are acting out because they had a rotten day. >> adults make mistakes, right? but i don't know if we should take it out on other folks. >> it's crazy. it's stupid. >> and police say someone called them around 2:00 p.m. to say they were involved in a road rage incident that began on the beltway, near national
described what happened saying another person was driving aggressively towards him. they exchanged gestures, words, and then his window exploded. did you see a gun? >> he didn't see a gun or anything that would have caused the window to break. he was distracted, and the window shattered. his 6-month-old daughter was in the backseat, and she started to cry. >> reporter: police initially thought a pellet gun was used, but they how it shattered, it's a mystery. >> it could have been anything, a rock or anything. >> reporter: but something made it crack. >> the windows don't just explode. there's something shaky about that. >> reporter: and now that car ultimately ended up stopping right over here next to a shell gas station off braddick road, and the driver and the baby were checked for injuries.
to his hand. the investigation is ongoing. if you think you saw anything, police would like for you to give them a call. i'm ellison barber, wusa 9. police are asking for your help in finding two teenage girls. >> the two girls are 15. mariam is from ash burn, and taylor is from the braydenton area. if you know help officers find them, please contact the sheriff's office. in the district, a judge has found probable cause to hold the father of a 3-year-old who showed up at school with a loaded pistol in his backpack. the school resource officer found the semiautomatic gun on tuesday after the child arrived at multon elementary. the father is facing gun and child endangerment charges and
a u.s. park police officer could be facing surgery and rabies shots. >> he accidently shot himself in the foot while fighting off a racoon. it happened around noon today near the horse stables at rock creek park and the racoon bit the officer. another officer shot and killed it, and it's being tested right now for rabies, and if the tests come back pose, the officer will need shots. the er school bus involved in a deadly crash should not have been behind the wheel. glen shackle and five other people died when the school bus cross the the yellow line and crashed into an mta bus. that was tuesday morning in baltimore the maryland department of transportation says his medical certificate expired on august 31stment. prince george's county tonight a search for clues in the murder though man, christian garcia-rodriguez.
midnight on tuesday, along 20th avenue in lewisdale, and tonight police were canvassing the area, hoping to stir up leads, and they are offering $25,000 for the tip that leads them to the killer. the district's department of parks and recreation is considering new sites for a dog park in the tacoma neighborhood after turning down the latest proposal. dog lovers have spent yearings fighting for a spot, and they -- years fing important things to consider, location, location, location. the city said no to the latest site because it's too close to sporting events and neighbors' front doors. >> people don't want the extra noise. we have a lot of extra events. the parking will be ridiculous. we can't really park in front of our houses as it is. >> dog owners in tacoma want a location that is good for everyone. we are looking at a couple
metro area, primarily south of town, the bulk of the activity, we talked about it earlier, headed down to the northern neck, and the rumble of thunder, down to port royal, not out of the question. light activity in charles county, and the heaviest activity is now headed, as we get into portions of the northern neck, over the next half an hour, and you may hear the rumble of thunder over the next hour. cooler and nice. we are getting a reality check, and it's nice. friday, and upper 60s on monday, and election day, it could be 70. we will come back and let you know if we have to pay a price for the nice temperatures over the next few days. in the presidential race tonight, both cants are focused on north carolina, and that battleground state went to president obama in 2008, and then it flipped and went to mitt romney 4 years ago, and now it's one of the most hotly contested states on the map, and garrett haake will explain
polling there has it deadlocked, and with 15 electoral votes, if clinton can peel it out of the republican column it would be very difficult for donald trump to win on tuesday, and both campaigns know it. >> this campaign is about you and millions of other americans. >> reporter: hillary clinton brought friends to the college town of raleigh, north carolina, tonight. ferrell and her former rival bernie sanders, reach out to the young and african american voters that make up the core of the coalition there. >> reporter: simultaneously working to disqualify donald trump. >> it's hard for me to imagine that we would have a president who has demeaned women, mocked the disabled, and insulted african american americans and latinos. >> reporter: relationship williams says trump's inability
could be his undoing. >> he needs to hold the state for any path to the nomination. that's one state where he is kind of underperforming and not picking up as much territory as other states. >> reporter: that's why trump held two rallies in the tar heel state today with two more scheduled before election day. his target, military voters and veterans near fort bragg. note the medal of honor recipients behind them. >> look at her e-mail situation, can with our security? she is disqualified for running for the president of the united states. >> reporter: neither candidate has turned to the typical optimistic closing message there, and for trump at least, the decision is strategic. >> he is hoping the soft hillary voters will be so disgusted by the fbi scandal they will either vote third party or say i don't like either of them and not vote at all. >> reporter: more than half of the likely voters in north
their ballots, and that insulates hillary clinton from the slip she has seen in the polls since last friday, but donald trump has the momentum right now, meaning the state, like a couple 06 others will probably go right down to the wire. garrett haake, wusa 9. cyber bullies have had a field day this campaign season. >> but donald trump's wife melania trump says she will help put an end to social since the convention, and she took aim at those who hide behind the internet to target children. >> we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. >> now trump made no reference to her husband's controversial use of the internet to attack political opponents, celebrities, and media. >> and today was the last day for early voting in maryland, and it ends tomorrow in dc, and
information you need because when you cast your vote, check out wusa 9's free app for all you need before november 8th. the state department tells us big changes are in store for u.s. passports, and it's a story that has a lot of you out there talking on facebook tonight. next year the u.s. is going to start rolling out what it calls the next generation passport, and they are going to have laser-engraved photos and data chips to the exact date of the passports has not been revealed yet. the state department said you should not feel rushed to get one when it does come out. you can keep your current passport until it expires. [instrumental music playing] [instrumental music playing ] >> a lot of questions from beyonce.
awards. >> my mom has dementia and alzheimer's and maybe that's part of it now. >> a new twist in the quest to get these savings bonds back to the rightful owner. why the money could mean more than forever. >> this is a young man from prince george's county who dreams of dancing for the world, and wait until you see how he got hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap
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beyonce from the social media site, but her fans noticed, and they objected, and their tweets led to the cma putting beyonce back into their social media. here's a picture that prompted a lot of talk as well. a school principal dressed for halloween as donald trump, but it's the woman on the right and her costume that got a lot of people upset. she is wearing a prison jump suit with a hillary clinton name tag and a chain belly. trump is the principal at robert lee high school. clinton is the secretary. they said they didn't mean any harm, but it has been removed from the website. if we grabbed the president by the nose, we would be tackled to the ground, but this baby gets a pass. for good measure she patted him on the head. look at that. so cute it happened today in
clinton, and it has been such a rough and tumble campaign season, we thought this sweet little moment was worth sharing. miss bonds, they seem to be getting closer to the rightful owner, but one person on the bonds is no longer alive. >> that is my younger brother's name. >> reporter: okay, that's the brother that passed away? >> yeah. >> reporter: wow. >> he was 35. >> here's wusa 9's ellison barber with more. >> clothes. >> reporter: brenda's youngest brother, wayne the one they call buddy didn't make it to 40. >> he was a fun guy to be around. he always laughing and happy. >> reporter: his life ended in martinsburg, west virginia at a motorcycle shop he owned. >> there was one guy who didn't have all of his marbles, and my brother was working on his bike, and he owed my brother several thousand dollars, and
brother said you can't take it because you owe several thousand of dollars, and he ended up shooting and killing my brother in the garage. >> reporter: she still has all the reports, newspaper clippings with the face of her brother's killer. >> it was horrible on my mom and dad. my mom has dementia and alzheimer's now, and maybe that was part of her getting that because she could never get over losing him. >> reporter: the bonds lisa found can only people. wayne matthews or betty matthews. wayne is dead. betty? >> she knows my dad's face, but she doesn't know his name, and she doesn't remember anyone's names, but she is alert, and she is just not there anymore. >> reporter: betty lives in an alzheimer's home. >> it's $5,000 a month. >> reporter: around the clock care, but her husband has power of attorney, and these bonds worth nearly $10,000 could be a
things like feed herself and go to the bathroom by herself, they are going to put her in another home, and she hasn't been staying here anymore. >> reporter: brenda has been holding on to her late brother's motorcycle. >> my son wants it, but if my dad needs the money, i will sell the bike and give the money to my dad. >> reporter: as for us, our goal has not changed, we want to hand these to the rightful owner. >> we would really like to it to him. so to south carolina we go. >> now tomorrow you will meet the man who is in for the surprise of a lifetime, the veteran of three wars who didn't even know that anyone was looking for him. a prince george's county boy is in the national spotlight tonight, and it's all because of the kind hearts of the hometown hero. >> john henry is joining us in the studio, and john, you got to meet 11-year-old james jones twice, and he's starring in a
across the country. >> reporter: it's an american family insurance commercial that shows james getting the surprise of his life, and so far it has gotten a lot of people talking. >> reporter: when james jones hopped on this bus, he thought he was preparing for a talk show. he was told producers wanted to hear about how his mother went above and beyond to support his dream of being a dancer. >> my heart was really beating because i was just freaking out. >> reporter: what he didn't know was that a familiar face was actually waiting outside for him. it was a man who knows what it's like to see his mother sacrifice. a man who knows what it's like to grow up in james' neck of the woods. >> his childhood, he lived right up the street from me. >> reporter: that man was actually star and prince george's county native, kevin durant. >> kevin durant! >> when i saw kevin durant, my life -- it just -- my whole brain it changed and everything.
got to see james' dance moves. >> just one move. give me one move. >> reporter: and james got to tell kevin what matters to him most. >> i want to help my mom. >> reporter: we all know how kevin durant feels about his mom. >> put clothes on our backs, food on our table, and you are the real mvp. >> reporter: american family's ad first aired this fall, and ever since, it's gotten rave reviews. on twitter this man said it tugged on his heart strings, and that's the reaction james >> reporter: he's using the experience to teach others what durant taught him, you can always chase after your dreams. >> he told me to always believe that anything is possible. >> reporter: and that is a lesson that we can all stand to use. >> now that special is expected to air throughout the year, and in the meantime, james says he continue to pursue his dreams of dancing, and guys he's part of the wizards' youth dance team, and he said he can't wait
against the wizards in person in february. >> maybe he can can bring the team some luck. >> we would like to have a jaw- dropping moment that is actually a good one. >> yeah. >> his face in that moment. >> i know! >> kevin durant walks in, and it's priceless. >> he will never forget that. now to the faces we will be making when we see your forecast? >> well! >> the winter forcast, you may make crazy faces. that's on monday, the day before the election, and we will talk about how much snow will fall first arctic outbreak will be and how much snow we think will fall throughout the entire year. today, we are talk about record highs, and only one fell today. the record high of 80 at national, and we managed to make it to 83. everyone else with the record highs around 80, and held in the upper 70s. speaking of the upper 70s, we went for the high of 79 today. bull's-eye at dulles, but we don't opportunity dulles. 83 was the high. we are 4 off, and we are wrong.
not a bad thing. light showers right now, and 66. winds out of the north at 14. gusting to 22. one front is through it, and another front will come through tomorrow afternoon, pretty much unnoticed. the front will bring more showers to our friends down in the south, and perhaps a rumble of thunder in southern st. charles county, and that's about it. the bus stop temperatures, 50s and breezy, and that's pretty mild. breezy and cool tomorrow. high school football, the weekend is looking great. lows 30s in the suburbs. in the morning, 6:00, clear skies, and look at 53 downtown, and 52 in haggerstown, and 9:00, low to mid-50s, and temperatures don't go up a lot it may be a midnight high, and we will crawl up to 60 or so early in the afternoon. northwest winds making it feel colder or chillier than it is. we are still in the upper 50s, and that's also for bowie, and
and 58 by 11:00, and make we make 61 by 1:00 p.m., and beautiful on saturday for the heart walk, and 64 and 65 gorgeous, gorgeous on saturday, and the next 7 days, monday, great, upper 60s. i don't have a drop on the 7 days. if you want to do some outdoor stuff, do it. >> are you talking about that because you will be >> perhaps, maybe. you're unhappy with the unseasonable temperature, you can always strap on the skates. >> the caps are at home to try to get things going, rocking
loving the old school throwback uniforms on thursday night, john carlton with the slap shot, and ovechkin putting home the rebound, and this looks like they are cruising, but just like tuesday, the caps give up the lead again, and they tie with just over a minute left in regulation. carlton, the great 8, and that's his first career winner for ovechkin. tieing him with wayne the caps win it. tournament time for the fall college sports. rutgers and step one, a success. the terps score two early goals, and they are causing to -- cruising to win the conference semis. baltimore with a big game against the rival, and the ravens come in stumbling and they have lost 4 in a row, and the steelers have lost 2
north standings, 4-3 record, and the great chance for the ravens to get right bang in the mix with the win against him. >> i'm talking to our young guys, and i'm like these games will define you. you know what i'm saying? hate or not, and you know, it was a time here we couldn't get over that, you know what i'm saying, and you had to become a different kind of player when you played that, and it was just like, i love this game. >> we love to talk about this game, and sunday morning for recap the skins' first half of the season. >> big weekend here on wusa 9. we got you started early. the men looking to pull off the upset against the sub .500 game. >> the history between the navy
those two facts t makes for a special game. >> we will be pulling of course for navy. >> it is going to get nuts in northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics.
creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. and the latest photos to take over the internet just may give you the creeps. >> we will also have to mars this is a huntsman spider. very large, and it doesn't look like a spider it looks like a cat with eight legs, and it has the sweet name of charlotte. >> like charlotte's web, get it? >> i get it. >> except it's the merchant of death.an australian rescue group says charlotte lives on their farm and is very calm. >> it's full of lies. >> workers couldn't understand
her. that's the story? she didn't get hurt? >> no one would want to go near her. >> spiders are good. >> that side? >> i wouldn't battle with that size. >> it wouldn't be a battle. you would be on the ground. >> it wouldn't even bother charlotte. listen, moving on. >> the weekend, 49 hours long, turn your clocks back one hour. >> we will be so rested on monday. >> i like it when you can spin th
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could
see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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