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our friend jack diamond from mix 107. #. it is a mix for kids radiothon. we'll take a bipartisan look at last night's health care speech on the hill. two guests from both sides of the aisle will break down the president's pitch to congress and the nation. we'll head outdoors for your garden grow segment to get your fall flowers all lined up. our expert will answer your questions. >> that is coming up. fox 5 morning news is just getti started. it is straight up 5:00 on this september 10, 2009. thank you for being with us. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. gurvir is taking the day off today. >> we are glad you're with us. tucker barnes is with us as well with a look at the forecast as we get cler to the weekend. >> the weekend looks a lot brighter than today will look. we had a little sunshine.
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today it won't be the case. for the most part, cloudy, breezy and cool with more showers in the forecast. >> the weekend looks good. >> we'll talk about that in a minute. the kids going to the bus stop will be dealing with a possibility of a few scattered showers. you can see being thrown in off the ocean, more showers generally being pushed in the direction of washington. heavy showers at this montme upt to the north. there is another band coming across the bay here but you get the idea here. scattered showers in the morning forecast and really, this will be the theme throughout the day. ietheavhest rain will avbe righ ross the bay and points east. the lightest rain will be to t the northwest. llabof us have a chance for th showers. 72 at cape hatteras. 56 up in boston. our high temperatures will once again top out in the low to mid- 70s. mostly cloudy skies expected. showers will be likely during the course of the day.
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the breeze will be out of the north and west at about 10 to 15 miles per hour actually fall- like day and we'll do it again tomorrow and chains for the weekend that i think most people wlike. we'll have those details coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you. let's get to julie wright with the traffic. >> no accidents to report right now on southbound 95 and 295. it is quiet along 270. on my trip in, there was a bit of a shower i had to deal with in rockville headed outtowards the split but other than that, the lanes are open. no accidents to report at the american legion bridge. overnight construction cleared. the road has been milled and in some places, it has been repaved, other places it has not. so it is a little bumpy in some places. 66 behaving nicely with no dents to report for those continuing in from manassas to the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5
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on-time traffic. new this morning, a fire in charles county claims one life. this happened last night on bry appes road. police say the how is too much of a mess right now to tell if the home had smoke detectors. one firefighter had minor burns to their ears and ended up in the hospital. the time for bickering is over. the time for games has passed. now is the season for action. now is when we must bring the best ideas of both parties together and show the american people that we can still do what we were sent here to do. now is the time to deliver on health care. >> the president telling congress he is determined to be the last president confronted with reshaping health care. during a joint session of congress last night, the president laid out the
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specifics. >> it includes making health insurance mandatory for everyone, offering a public option to get it done and cutting costs by reforming malpractice laws. he rebuffed calls from republicans to go back to the drawing board. >> i will not waste time with those who have made the calculation that it is better politics to kill this plan than to improve it. >> the bill will cost about $900 billion over 10 years. the president says that is less than we've spent on the iraq and afghanistan wars and less than the bush administration tax cuts for the rich. >> let's get reaction now from both sides. democrats up first saying this message was right on the money followed by the republican response. >> i think he brought the passion and i think he identified each of the major issues. now, it is up to the congress to get into specificity. >> we could fill in the blanks. president did that tonight. i think he will see a blip in the poll of his own standing and of health care as a result.
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>> i think he did. i think he covered all the bases. first of all, he helped dispel and slay a lot of the myths that have been put out there. >> replacing your family's current health care with government run health care is not the answer. in fact, it will make health care much more expensive. it creates 5 # new government bureaucracies, adds hundreds of billions it our national debt and raises taxes on job creators by $600 billion. >> now, before that official response, one republican shouted his own and it is not sitting well on either side of the aisle. >> the reforms i'm proposing would not apply to those who are here illegal. >> you lie! >> not true. >> that was south carolina
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republican congressman joe wilson shouting you lie. you can see that house speaker nancy pelosi shot him a stern look. so did the president. john mccain called it disrespectful. >> he quickly issued an apology. it reads: our coverage continues to we've posted the president's entire address along with the gop response. making headlines this more than axe lf-professed religious fanatic use as a juice can that he said was a bomb to hijack a plane in mexico. jose flores said he took the flight in cancun because of divine intervention. he was reportedly upset about the date saying that was the satanic number 666 upsued down. he ordered the pilots next cocity where he held the plane on the tarmac for more than an
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hour. police stormed the aircraft and it ended peacefully. a suspected swine flu outbreak continues to grow at the university of maryland. school officials say they now have treated 256 students with flu-hike symptoms. that is a much higher number than other campuses in our area. health officials at georgetown university say they've seen about 50 possible cases of h1n1. american university, nine suspected cases and george mason has seen only five. it will be eight years tomorrow that we witnessed our worst tier our attack in history. now, there is a worldwide call to help remember the vic tums in a unique way. a tragic scene at a school. we'll tell you what set off a deadly stampede. do cell phones actually cause cancer. will run down which phones one group says may pose the most risk. starting on monday, you get an extra hour of fox 5 morning
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south a deadly scene at a school in new delhi. hundreds of of students were jammed into a narrow school staircase getting ready for an exam when rumors about an electrical short sick out in the school set off awe stampede. they were in ages between eight and 16. firefighters in southern california hoping mother nature stays n their side a little bit longer. morning moisture and dew have allowed them to clear away brush that continues for fuel the wildfires north of l.a. warmer, drier weather is due to return that-to-that area soon. they are images hard to forget and now the national september 11th memorial and museum looking for images captured during the september 11th air attack. a day before, officials are launch august web site. they are ask people worldwide to contribute. the photographs, audio and video will appear on-line as part of the project called make history. the footage will be part of the national 9-11 memorial and museum set to open in the year 012 at ground zero.
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can talking on your cell phone really put you at a higher risk for getting cancer? it has been long debated. one group has come out with a list of phones that it says are the most dangerous. she stunned the entertainment world when she left american idol but now who is going to replace paula abdul is sure to cause a buzz. plus melanie the magnificent at the u.s. open. could she pull out another win? did the teenager have what it takes? tucker barnes? >> i don't know the answer to that question but i did know it will rain lar on today. we' hhave a look at your on-time traffic coming up after the break. ( piano music playing ) by putting an end to paper medical records, we have ushered health into the digital age. saving lives, sometimes when seconds count.
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i'm creigh deeds, candidate for governor and my campaign sponsored this ad. the washington post calls bob mcdonnell a "culture warrior." and what does that mean for virginia? it means: bob mcdonnell introduced 35 bills
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to restrict a woman's right to choose. he wants to outlaw abortion-- even in cases of rape and incest. and mcdonnell opposed birth control for married adults. learn more about bob mcdonnell's crusade to take virginia backwards. in sports, it is the end of the road unfortunately for the
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cinderella story. melanie oudin lost in the quarter finals. the final 6-2, 6-26789. we now know who wi replace paula abdul on american idol. the fox producers announced last night, ellen degeneres will be the show's fourth judge. that is a good call. >> she replaces paula who left the show during a contract dispute back in july. degeneres isn't expected to take part in any of the auditions. well, that is the fun part. >> you think that would be better for her as a comedian to make fun of the people. >> fox says she will join the three other judges when the show starts up in january. >> so we got kara, randy and simon. >> i think it's good call. >> we don't like it. >> do we stand unite. >> i don't love it on the surface but maybe it works. >> dby gibson should have gotten it.
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>> debbie dw ibson? >> j-lo. >> -- debbie gibson should have gotten it. >> iebs>gi on? >> j-lo. >> let's move githis segment l o 'lle cloud cover and the possibility of showers throughout the day. not going to be raining all day but can't rule out the possibility you will see some during the more than, afternoon or evening here as the storm system is very slow. here in washington, nothing happening rights now but up towards frederick, some showers and then down to the south and east down to charles county and southern anne arundel county getting light showers across the bay towards new york city. light showers in the forecast and they could happen at your house at any point as this air mass is unstable and it comes in from the east to the west. let's move on to the satellite- radar. i'll show you the big swirl in the foyer. there you can see it. we've been talking about the storm all week long. it will retrograde across the washington area. that is why we have an increasing chance for some showers around here during the
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course of the day today. what else you will notice, it will be breezy and cool out there. a high temperature only back in the low 70s and we'll have winds out of the east and northeast here at about 10 to 15 throughout the day. it will be another breezy, cool day. # 7 at reagan national. 66 at patuxent naval air station. # 7 in fredericksburg. we've got gale warnings along the bay. we've got issues with coastal flood advisories that recently expired. it will be kind of stormy around here for the next day or two. here are your one speeds. current wind speeds 14 here in washington, 10 in baltimore. -- 67 at reagan national. 67 in fredericksburg. wind will be oust north and east at 10 to 15. there is your five-day forecast. we'll do it one more day tomorrow and then we're hopefully going to kick that storm out of here. steve going to kick it really hard and during the day on saturday, the sun will come
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back, high temperature about 80. 82 with sunshine both sunday and monday. the forecast will get better from here but we have to get through one more day of t let's get to julie wright. she has the latest with our on- time traffic. >> no accidents right now. the lane are open if you are traveling the top stretch of the beltway leaving college park. here we are live southbound # 70 leaving germantown headed south from 118 out towards rockville. light traffic volume with no incidents to report. behaving nicely for the trip on 355 south of clarkburg headed into rockville. for those crossing the 14th street bridge, no incidents to report along this stretch. quiet in northeast along new york and kenilworth avenue. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. we've all hearthe debate about whether cell phones give you cancer or not. now, a government watchdog group has put out a list of which phones they say are the most dangerous and most likely
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to cause cancer. on the top of the list, t- mobile's my touch 3 g. fox 5's sherry ly has more on the report and what it means for you. >> reporter: for many people, cell phones have become like another appendage, always fwriewd to their ears. yet, few read the fine print in the owner's manual showing how much radiation their phone blasts. idea. >> reporter: now, the environmental working group is dojb for you ranking more than 1200 cell phones based on radiation levels. >> studies that look at people would have use the cell phones for at least 10 years are finding increased risks for brain tumors and sal vary gland tomb ours >> reporter: the fcc limit is 1. # watts per kilogram. the report found some he mighted a fraction of that and
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other phones maxed out. they would like to see prominent radiation labels. >> i think that welcome back good idea. >> reporter: nivrange fveiraven worst included phones ofrm motorola, t mobile, kerosia and blackberry. the link is not defun ditch. the osreless assoc tisonthaid the peer reviewed scientific evidence has overwhelmingly indicateatel wird s wvices do not op p ac seliublihealth risk leadingri global health or such as the american cancer society, national cancer di institute, world health organization and the u.s. food and drug administration all have concurred that wirele device are not a public health risk. teching, using speakerphone or a headset will reduce the exposure. some see no reason to change. >> i haven't heard enough to say oh, my goodness, i'm going
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to put my cell phone down. >> the phone with the lowest radiation was samsung impression. can you check out entire list on our web site, lawmaker on capitol hill may be interested as well. next week, senator arlen spector is set to hold a hearing on cell phones. this man is not in school to get an education. he is there busting into vending machines. and bernie madoff lived a latch irlifestyle no doubt. now that could pay off for his victims and for you. we'll explain next.
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prim police are on the hunt for a burglar would is probably carrying around a bit of spare change. this is video of him breaking into vending machines at friendly high school. police say he is responsible for about a dozen break-ins. he takes the coin box and leaves. it takes about five minutes. he hit largo high school and three other schools and a vpding machine in a school parking lot. you can now own a piece of the lavish life once lived by bernie madoff. several of his big of the investments are now up to auction and the proceeds go to pay back his victims. fox's adam shapiro now with what is for sale. >> reporter: at 4,000 square feet, this luxury penthouse apartment on the upper east side of new york is a premiere
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piece of property, not just because of its location but because of is history. this is the former home of bernie madoff, the man infamous for swindling billions of dollars from investors in an elaborate ponzi scheme. a tour of the home shows mad offspared no expense. >> he was very meticulous in the cataloguing of his clothes and personal items. these are drawers for his different shirts. all custom made. >> the feds are also putting the 6500 square-foot house in palm beach, florida on the footac name the bull n55htace ah >> the rst thg you will notice is the long hallway leading to the back living room with the beautiful view of the intercoastal waterway. >> the mad govern boat has plenty of room for your guests with three bedrooms, two bathrooms. >> reporter: the personal items will all hit the auction block. >> that is including painting,
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jewelry, fur coats, cars. all in a secure location waiting to eventually be auctioned off. >> reporter: everything inside the homes from the furniture to glasses all tag and itemized. madoff filed a court declaration estimating his manhattan apartment was worth $7 million, $11 million for the florida house and just over $2 million for the yacht. the u.s. marshals hope to bring in some big bucks from the man who now calls the big house home. in new york, i'm adam shapiro, fox news. the president has made health care his pitch to congress and the nation. so was it a oner? we'll recap what his plan would mean for you and how people are reacting. we're following a tragic saskatoon from overnight. a deadly fire here in the d.c. area. you are watching fox 5 morning news. more and more, the quality of our lives depds on our connections. access to high-speed internet, at home and on the go, is no longer a luxury. t's how our children access education. it's how we find jobs, discover information,
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with the full flavor of aft mayo with olive oil. with half the fat and calories of hellmann's real mayo, kraft mayo with olive oil is the new standard in mayo. welcome back. we take a look at wisconsin avenue from our tower cam this morning. temperature in the mid-60s in most places, i guess. 66 at reagan national. >> all right. not going to be the best of days. >> we've got more showers in the forecast today. it will be cool and breezy out there. we'll do this for another day or two. and then sunshine will come back for the weekend just in time to get back outdoors. >> what perfect timing. if it's going to rain, let's get it out of here touring the middle of the week. as you head up toward the bus stop, the kids will be wait
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nation few showers. not going to be raining everywhere. you can see the scattered nature of our rain showers at this moment. you can also notice vi moving in from east to west. kind of unusual. we have a storm system lurking off e coand it is kind of spinning back in the general direction of the washington t area. what s iy ouren shower chances increase today. lots of clouds in the forast too. cool temperatures. highs today only in the low 70s. you probably need a light ajas etcks you head out the do here if you are waiting outside if any period of time. it will feel brisk out there with temperatures in the mid- 60s and that breeze. 66 at reagan national. humidity, 70%. notice the breeze oust north and east at 14 miles per hour. it will be downright gusty across the lower eastern shore as winds will approach 30 to 40 miles per hour. around here, 15 to 0-mile per hour wind gusts later today. lots of clouds an the showers in the forecast at any point today although i think the best chance will be a little later this afternoon. again, scattered showers likely
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here with highs the low 70s. the weekend forecast looks brighter and we'll have that in just a few minutes. >> let's go over to julie wright now. >> we have lanes open with no accidents to report as you con to work your way south on 95 and 295 out of laurel. the stop stretch not so bad right now, not so busy. the pace is good as you travel from college park and work your way around towards georgia avenue. traveling northbound on the george washington parkway at 123, we do have an incident there with only the leftlane getting by and a brief delay. if you are traveling inbound on 66, lanes are open continuing in towards 123. volume starting to increase just a bit but maintaining speed out of manassas headed into centerville. just a little bit of a slowdown as you merge on to the interstate. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. new this morning arks fire
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in charles county claims one life. this happened last night on marshall hall road in the community of brians road, maryland. police say the house is just too much of a mess right now to tell if the home had smoke detectors an fire investigators don't know if the victim is a man or woman. one firefighter had burns to their ears and ended upin the hospital while trying to put out the fire. we are the only democracy, the only advance the democracy on earth, the only wealthy nation that allows such hardship for millions of its people. >> the president makes a passionate plea to reshape health care. he says it cannot wait any longer president obama fine tuned his message in an address to a swroint session of congress last night. the president's specifics include making health insurance mandatory for every american. the president again stated he believes the public option is
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the best way to get it done but acknowledged he wouldn't let a reform bill die by insisting government-run health hint assurance be in it. he said the plan would cut medical costs by reforming malpractice laws but republicans argue all of that moves to the u.s. closer to government-run health care. fox's craig bosswell reports. >> reporter: it was perhaps the most important speech of president obama's young presidency. on wednesday, during a fatly televised address before a joint session of congress, president obama asked lawmakers to set aside partisan fighting to reform the nation's health care system. >> there are now more than 30 million american citizens who cannot get coverage inform just a two-year period, one in every three americans goes without health care coverage at some point. >> reporter: president obama says his plan provides more security and more health care choices for the insured while offering coverage to people who cannot now afford it. the price tag to do so is about $900 billion but he says it can be done through spending cuts. >> to prove that i'm serious, there will be a provision in
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this plan that requires us to come forward with more spending cuts if the savings we promise don't materialize. >> reporter: there was an unusual moment during the speech when the president attempted to stress that the health care plan does not benefit illegal immigrants. south carolina representative i don't wilson, arepublican shouted, you lie. he has since apologized for the outburst. >> the reforms i am proposing would not apply to those who are here illegally. >> you lie! >> louisiana congressman chandra michaels boustany delivered the reonse. >> most of the americans wanted to hears president say that it is time to start over on a common sense, bipartisan plan focused on lowering the cost of health care while improving quality. or boustany, a cardiac surgeon, says president obama's plan moves the u.s. one step closer to a government takeover of health care. back to that moment that
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craig mentioned. everybody is talking about t the outburst from a republican congressman. joe wilson apologized immediately and issued a statement it read: our off raj continues to we've posted the president's entire address along with the gop response. turns out students in loudoun county will be able to see the president's back to school speech after all. according to the "washington post," loudoun county schools will air the speech that the president made on tuesday sometime before next tuesday. students will still have a chance to opt out of watching the speech and elementary schools will give parents a written notice. loudoun county chose not to air the speech live amid some people's worries that it was an attempt to indoctrinate students. making headline this horn, we now know why a hijacker took over a mexican airliner.
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the suspect took a plane full of passengers hostage in mexico city wednesday afternoon. hijacker told police he did it because yesterday's date s 9- 9-09 and he says that is the satanic number 666 upside down. he used a fake bomb to hold a flight from cancun on the tarmac for over an hour. we're learning more about a murder mist are you we first told you about yesterday morning a woman found shot to death near her silver spring apartment. she was identified as 37-year- old similar own white, a native of jamaica. much of her family still lives there. police say white had her keys and a laptop with her. having "s still don't know if she was targeted. a trusted youth minister accused of having sex with a 15- year-old member of her church. 6-year-old jennifer brennan was indicted on 20 counts. the victim's mother says brennan was supposed to be counseling her son on
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premarital sex. an arrest warrant is expected to be issued in the next couple of days. an atm heist caught on camera. up next, how were two suspects able to walk away with an entire atm machine while a roomful of people watched? we'll show you how as we check headlines. first, a reminder. starting monday, you will get an extra hour of fox 5 morning news. this one is at 9:00 a.m. we'll object etfro 4:55 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. every weekday morning. stay with us. we'll be on from 4:55 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. every weekday morning. the irresistible "cinnabon" aroma
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making headlines, ben roethlisberger will not an poll ayesing to a woman who has accused him of sexual assault. woman is suing the pittsburgh steeleers quarterback over an alleged assaul her lawyers said she would settle for an apology and a donation to victims of dostic violence. a ripken rip-off in baltimore as police say four people swiped the monument to ripken. the suspects, all teenagers. they face theft and destruction of property charges. another brazen robbery. this one happened in pennsylvania. this thieves stole an entire atm from an upper darby hospital. they were in and out in just a matter of minutes. the reason? take a close look at the
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surveillance video. they didn't try to hide. they were armed with a clipboard and a hand truck. they blended in lling the cash machine right by a crowd of people walking by. a couple of hours passed before anyone knew that atm was gone. the thieves got away with about $96,000. up next apple shows off its newest upgrades to high-tech gadgets. a hot new set of wheels. you know it comes with a hefty price tag. we'll take you behind the wheel of the new lamborghini.
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the washington post calls bob mcdonnell a "culture warrior." and what does that mean r virginia? it means: bob mcdonnell introduced 35 bills to restrict a woman's right to choose. he wants to outlaw abortion-- even in cases of rape and incest. and mcdonnell opposed birth control for married adults. learn more about bob mcdonnell's crusade to take virginia backwards. i'm creigh deeds, candidate for governor and my campaign sponsored this ad.
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♪ till now - ♪ i always got by on my own - ( audience cheering ) ♪ i never really cared ♪ until i met you... a1 makes the burger king steakhouse burger sing. one of america's most beloved writers recovering from a stroke. garrison keillor, best known for a prairie home companion, says he drove himself to the hospital in minneapolis on mday because he wasn't feeling well. he is recovering, said to be walking and speaking just fine now. he was at man who delivered the biggest news of the last century. and wednesday, friends, family
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an colleagues gathered to remember walter cronkite. as you can tell, it was not all somber tones. trumpet erwin ton marsalis was there -- trumpeter wynton marsalis was there. walter cronkite died in july at the age. 9 #. he was buried next to his wife in missouri. south the end of an era for sure. >> no doubt. >> tucker barnes, you are here now and you know the news isn't so great but you've got better news. i think you ought to start with the weekend. >> we'll go right to the weekend. >> no you be can start with today. >> right now be we're dealing with clouds and the possibility of some rain. e'll start with the bus stop forecast and for the kids headed out the door, scattered showers are back. cool temperature are guaranteed. we'll have highs later today, only in the low 70s. i don't know how you're going
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to dress the girls today. >> light jacket. >> i think long sleeves are appropriate. probably won't see much in the way of sunshine today as we'll have a left clouds around. let's talk about cool temperatures. 66 at reagan national. 64 in baltimore. high temperatures only in the low 70s. it will feel very fall-like around here for the next day and a half or so until this weekend. we'll have prider weather. let's get to the max hd radar. i want to show you the light shower activity and there you can see it. it is really satterred in nature. we have a couple of showers south of the city. up towards frederick, we have showers and more showers out towards the bay. our storm system, let's go back to the map. our storm system is grinding very being very slowly off the coast. it is parked here about #
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hundred miles offshore and it is forecast to actually kind everett row grade back towards the washington area, back towards the chesapeake during the day today. that is why we have an increasing chance to see some showers fill in here in wshington. best chance for rain will be south and east of the city but i even think here in town and off to the north and west, we'll have scattered showers back in the forecast for another day. so this forecast really doesn't get brighter until about saturday or so. mostly cloudy out there today. showers likely i mentioned the breezy conditions. it will be cool as well with high temperatures only in the low 70s. winds out of the north an east at about 10 to 15 miles per hour. there is the five-day forecast which i think you will love the last couple of days. this afternoon, as mentioned, 73. 72 tomorrow. by saturday afternoon, the sun should break out, 80. sunday and monday look fantastic with high temperatures back in the low 80s. let's get to on-time traffic and julie wright. >> tucker! i heard you were outset that you were not the new idol judge. >> i would love to be the new idol judge i like the paycheck
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mostly. gentleman i was going to ask what you knew about sings because i've heard you sing. >> we sing together. >> i sing. you howl. here we are southbound along 270-6789 the lane are open. no accidents to report. tucker was just talking about the showers to hit and miss between frederick and like germantown. we have a little bit of wet pavement that wear dealing with. no accidents to report headed down to 109. lanes are open on the top stretch between college park and bethesda. norbound i-95 in woodbridge loading up right now. main line slowing north of 123. hov lanes in good shape with no incidents to report up to the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. apple has rolled out its new must-haves upbreading its popular ipod line. among the changes, video camera
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added to the ipod nano. a big memory boost for the ipod touch and a software update on the itunes. the showstopper, the ceo returned to the stage after a six-month medical leave and a liver transplant. he got a standing ovation. a new sports car has hit the streets but if you want one you better have big buck to o with it. >> the new lamborghini will cost you quite a pretty penny. will thomas does more than just dream about it. he shows you the gleaming new set of wheels that come with a huge price tag. >> reporter: it is one of only 250 in the world. the lamborghini unveiled at last. >> the customer to this car is somebody who wants something unique. they appreciate the history of lamborghini. >> that customer better be rich. philip jones with lamborghini washington gave the us a quick
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snapshot of the nearly $250,000 car is unique to the balboni. it is a little bit of a rt row look. this is a backup camera, full- screen and navigation. >> reporter: the man behind the wheel in this promotion motional video is the test driving veteran of 41 years the car is named after. the italian father of three is on a 12-city american dealership tour talking to clients about the new machine. it is a role that has humbled him. >> it is something i never expected. slowly i start to believe. >> reporter: how could anyone pass up an opportunity to take a spin with the legendary te driver would work closely with engineers to desigthese high
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performance cars. i said yes. i hit my head. not off to a good start. you sort of feel like you are in a cocoon being like a capsule. the acceleration will sap your head back and everyone around you is looking at you. >> reporter: while the lamborghini may only be a dream for most of us, the legacy of balboni, the super car test driver will now live on even after he leaves the company, whatever that is. >> i don't think i will ever retire. >> reporter: will thomas, fox 5 news. >> that is great if can you get one. i ould like it get my car paid off right now. >> me too. >> but if you get it, invite us for a ride. a cinderella story on the tennis court. a 17-year-old sensation steals the spotlighma d her ggical run continue? we'll are highlights from flushing meadows. sports coming up next. more and more,
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bad memory, what is different this year? >> every year is different. so the start of a new season, it is the new beginning. every team wants to get out and try to set a tempo for the rest of the season. a lot of time the first game doesn't dictate how the season is going to go and how things will turn out. >> everything about this year is totally different than 365 days ago. we feel a lot more confident than we did last year and hopefully it shows up on sunday. >> here is one play you might remember. laron landry certainly does. take a look at the big running back right there. knocked him out of the way. that was in the first quarter of the first game. in landry's defense, jacobs is like 270 pounds. the question is will he be ready for jaco this time around? >> yeah, you had to put it like that. like a downhill runner ark big guy. great back. got to stop him. >> you owe him one?
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>> here we go with this. i'm going out there to play footbal i catch him, i catch him. >> we'll see. he is playing with a little chip on his shoulder. nats, phillies tied at four. jason worth hits a lot of hole runs and he hit one again yesterday. deep center field. his 33rd of the year. second in as many days. pedro feliz up next. same thing. runs go out board. solo home run. bottom of nine now nats down 6- 5. adam dunn tying run on second. but he lines and at game-ending dole play. nats fall to the phillies 6-5. the u.s. open, the battle of the teenagers. melanie oudin lost the first
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set. her opponent won convincingly. a great run for oudin coming in rather unheralded. >> she is a darling but she didn't win. >> because they she made it this far as a 17-year-old. tony perkins is out this morning for a good cause. >> i'm at children's hospital this morning along with the gang from mix 107.3. it is their second annual radiothon no children's hospital. jack diamond and the team on the air right now. twelve but what is going on here all day long -- we'll tell you about what is going on here all day long. stay with us. fox 5 morning news will be right back. the sides the sides of your nose and mouth instantly. side effects... usually mild to moderate included temporary injection site reactions like redness, pain, firmness, swelling or bumps. smooth, natural. everyone will notice but no one will know. ask your doctor about juvéderm®.
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