In the News This Morning, 11-4-14

It’s Midterm Election Day

The polls stay open in Virginia until 7 tonight and 8 in Maryland and The District of Columbia. At stake in today’s election a month other things, is control of Congress. Republicans only need six seats to take control of the Senate. They already have control of the House.

House Fire in Arlington

A mother and small child are dead following an early morning house fire in Arlington County. The blazed happened this morning in the eleven-hundred block of South Emerson Street. Two other people were injured and rushed to a nearby hospital.

22 Year Old Woman Abducted

It’s a chilling video. Philadelphia police have released video surveillance of a 22 year old woman being abducted over the weekend by a stranger in the Germantown area of town. Police say the victims cell phone, glasses and a knife were found at the scene. A ten thousand dollar reward is being offered in this case.

Wizards vs New York – Tonight

In hardwood action, the Wizards are in New York for tonight’s match up against the Knicks. Game time is 7:30.

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