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right now, waiting for word. does a d.c. hospital have an ebola patient? plus, the man diagnosed in dallas, the extra stuff happening right now. they're cleaning the quarters where he lived. and damp and humid, expect big weather changes in the hours to come. good morning. i'm kristen wright. >> and i'm angie goth. grab a jacket when you head out this morning. the burr factor is here. it is nothing like it may be later today. >> that's right. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is tracking the changes. the first weekend of october, can we say hello fall? >> you bet, kristen and angie.
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good morning to you. good saturday morning, everybody. welcome to your weekend. it is warm and humid outside right now. but it is not going to stay like that for the remainder of your weekend n fact this is the warmest part of the whole weekend is right now. outside, kind of soupy out there first thing this morning. you can see from our tower camera in northwest washington. hit and miss rain chances throughout right now. nothing all that heavy. you may want to have the umbrella to play it on the safe side this morning. a couple sprinkles here in northern maryland, frederick to hagerstown and leaving the west virginia panhandle. most of us are dry. the roads are wet due to overnight rain showers. it is mild. mid up toer eupper 60s and 70s. don't get used to it. the wind will increase from the west and northwest and temperatures will start to fall around lunch time or earlier. temperatures already going to be falling this morning across parts of western maryland. ohio state taking on maryland today at noon in college park.
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66 degrees with sunshine at kickoff. falling into the mid 0660s by 4:00. want to see your team? e-mail it to me on tweet the information to me. the seven day forecast is a few minutes away. >> now to the developing story of a possible ebola case here in the area. a patient at howard university hospital was tested for the virus but we're working to find out the results. the patient's name still has not been released. he or she does have flu like symptoms and we know recently traveled to nigeria. now that person is in isolation as a precaution. yesterday a patnt at shady grove hospital in rockville that was also in isolation for possible exposure tested positive malaria, not ebola. first responders are taking extra steps. the montgomery county fire and rescue service say they always carry sety kits that have
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biohazard bags and sterile gowns. they want to know from patient it's they recently traveled out of the country. if so, paramedics use a body isolation kit to protect themselves and the patient. >> make a contact to one of the receiving facility that we're going to and we notify them on the state radio to let them know this is a potential of what we think it is if it's any kind of infectious disease that they are prepared so we just don't come to their facility and contaminate. >> fire and rescue say they are prepared to handle any ebola cases. they are constantly training for an outbreak of any kind of infectious disease. this morning we're learning texas officials will burn items collected from the home of the first u.s. patient diagnosed with ebola. meanwhile, we now know when and an american journalist infected with the virus will be brought back to the states. jay gray has more from dallas. >> reporter: public health teams
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moved a family quarantined for the last four days out of the apartment they shared with thomas eric duncan. >> it has been tough because no one wanted them. okay? and so someone was kind enough to offer up a private residence that is gated that is separated from any neighborhood, any apartment complex so that they can have their privacy and be away from anyone who has concern. >> reporter: that process part of a national strategy outlined at the white house to identify, isolate and provide rapid treatment to those who may be at risk. >> the reason that we feel confident is that our structure, our ability to do those things would preclude an outbreak. >> reporter: supplies in the first of 3600 u.s. troops left for west africa to support the fight against the epidemic there. as freelance american journalist who has tested positive for ebola and the nbc news team he was working with including dr. nancy snyderman will leave for the states on sunday. he will be treated at the nebraska medical center, the same facility that successfully
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treated an earlier ebola patient. >> i think their confidence level is boosted given the experience we had previously and very recently. so they're ready to go. >> reporter: no other member of the nbc team exhibited symptoms, still, they will stay in isolation for at least 21 days. jay gray, nbc news, dallas. ebola symptoms typically show in infected patients between eight and ten days after exposure. the disease spreads through direct contact with blood or other bodily fluids of an infected person. the cdc says if no symptoms develop within 21 days of exposure, the person does not have the ebola virus. for symptoms and how the cdc rules out ebola cases, head to this morning an 8-year-old boy is in a hospital following a shooting that hurt three people just outside anacostia park in the district. we brought you this breaking news last night.
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we watched paramedics load one of the victims on to an ambulance. the shooting happened in a parking lot of the may fair mansions apartment complex on hay street just off the an costa freeway in northeast. you can see where police found a gun, also. d.c. police telling us the boy was not the target of the shooting. he was taken to the hospital in serious condition. no word right now on the condition of the other victims. meanwhile, d.c. police very busy. they're looking for a person who stabbed and killed a man in columbia heights. now this happened yesterday afternoon on 14th street near monroe in northwest. 35-year-old kenneth young jr. died at the hospital. police are now offering a $25,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest and a conviction in this case. we have a traffic alert to pass on this morning. right now there are no delays on i-95 in northern virginia. but that could change this afternoon. you definitely may want to adjust your travel plans because of a convoy carrying a steel
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beam from the world trade center to the marine corps museum. you can expect delays between 3:00 and 6:00 this afternoon on southbound 95. the joplin road skittexit will . can you expect delays near the museum. it's not just postseason play that will attract a crowd to nationals park today. why you may want to consider a trip to the stadium even if you don't have a ticket to see the game. plus, the lack of service at marriott that has the government ordering the hotel chain to pay up. and the sacred items damaged in a fire at the 9/11 memorial site in pennsylvania.
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pumped for the pennant.
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more than 44,000 of you sold out nats park for game one against the san francisco giants. >> even though the nats lost, fans aren't losing hope, right? today's game begins at 5:37. but the fun gets started way before that. a pregame concert starts at 3:00 at yards park right next to the stadium. there will be live music, food trucks, and face painting for the kids. you can also put on your red and head to several nearby restaurants and bars. they'll have specials during the game. >> now if you're headed to the game, you may want to avoid the headache of driving and take the metro. >> you may, you definitely want to avoid that. first 4 traffic reporter has everything you need to know to ride the rails. >> as can you imagine, a lot of people going to be headed to the ballpark today. metro is going to be your best bet. even on metro though, people are being asked to kind of fan out. the navy yard station going to be really busy. you may want to krt waterfront station.
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it's a short walk and can you avoid the crowds. here are other tips, don't transfer lines if you don't have to. transfer stations will be very busy. preload enough money tore a return trip on your smart trip card. that way you can get right on the train after the game. again, driving to the ballpark, not adviced. if you do, leave early. expect delays and expect to pay 10 to $50 for parking. one other option, ride the baseball boat to the game. you can catch the boat in alexandria and at national harbor. back to you. all you nats fans vending us a lot of great shots. share your snapshots us with of how you're getting pumped for the pennant. a major hotel chain has been fined more than a half million dollars for keeping guests from using wi fi. marriott which is based in bethesda agreed to pay $600,000 to the fcc. according to court documents, the hotel chain blocked personal
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wi-fi hot spots. it was charging guests as much as $1,000 to connect to its own wi-fi network. the hotel chain says the actions were legal and necessary to protect its guests from cyber attacks. this morning a threat at harvard university. how the campus is learning about this case. plus, the extra efforts happening now to keep students safe. plus, changes ahead in the weather. >> absolutely right. that mild start to your weekend that you have outside right now, oh, that's not sticking around at all. a big change in the weather is just around the corner. i'll detail the timing of when the big chill arrives coming up.
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we are following a developing story right now. the terrorist group isis is threatening to kill another american hostage. now the threat comes in the same video that appeared to show the beheading of a british aid worker. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel reports. >> reporter: this is the fourth execution of western hostages by isis in syria in just the last several months. in this case, it was a british aide worker allen henning. he is shown in the orange suit very similar to other hot tajs killed by isis. henning was a taxi driver who was kidnapped by isis whether he was driving an ambulance in noo syria. the group also threatened to execute an american hostage next, a former american soldier
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who went to syria to help provide medical assistance to the syrian people. in these videos, isis is clearly trying to score propaganda points. but it also is trying to provoke a reaction from the u.s. it seems to want to draw the u.s. deeper into this conflict which isis firmly believes will be a quagmire for the united states and any other country that gets more involved. right now isis is closing in on the city of kobani. it sits right on the turkish border. there are plenty of other towns and cities inside syria that isis could attack, but it wants to attack kobani right under the noses of turkish soldiers. turkish troops can actually see this battle taking place. and now turkey is also contemplating getting more militarily involved in the fight against isis in iraq and syria. that seems to be the isis strategy. widen the war. richard engel, nbc news, turkey.
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right now there is extra security at harvard university after a threat of a shooting on campus. university police say several students and faculty members received an e-mail threatening the shooting. that would happen sometime this morning. but some students say they're just not worried. >> i don't have too much concern. i'm sure the harvard university police department will manage it very effectively. >> the university did send an e-mail to campus and the community warning them of this threat. the school does remain open. the flight 93 national memorial in pennsylvania will reopen today after a fire. the memorial marks the site where united flight 93 crashed on september 11th, 2001. yesterday a fire destroyed several administrative buildings. the 9/11 flag that flew over the united states capitol is housed in one of the buildings that was damaged. officials have not been able to get in and examine everything.
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the memorial itself will be open today while veinvestigators loo into what started that fire. laurel police will withstand the weather for a good cause. officers will stay on the roof of a dunkin' donuts for 30 hours to raise money for special olympics. this is the sixth year the department has done this. it's going to be a little chilly up there and windy as they head up this morning. so you know what? when the weather changes, when the seasons change, time to go overboard. i was this close to putting on a puffy jacket this morning. >> oh, no! >> i know. i didn't. >> you can't do that. >> i'll give you the eye roll on the puffy jacket for this morning. now tomorrow morning, go ahead and have your puffy jacket trod go. a real change of air masses is riding in on a northwest wind later on this afternoon. tomorrow will feel 180 degrees different than today. technically, only 20 degrees cooler. you know what i mean. outside this morning, hey, it's
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not so cold just yet. but oh, my goodness, cooler air is rolling on in later on this afternoon. a little bit of early morning fogginess and murkiness outside as you look live at the u.s. capitol building out there. temperature is a mild, mild, mild 69 degrees still. high humidity. it really feels clammy and moist outside. for now the wind is out of the west at 6 miles per hour. a very stiff northwest wind is coming our way for later on today. temperatures right now this is pretty much going to be your high temperature for the day. whenever you walk out the door into this morning, don't expect much of a rise in temperatures today. only in the low 60s in the shenandoah valley. mid to upper 60s and near 70 around town. look at our hourly temperature chart today. yeah, temperatures near 70 now. barely hanging on to mid to upper 60s through about 1:00. 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon, temperatures already on the slide backwards. so do expect a low to moderate
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impact on your day to day. we have showery weather out there first thing this morning. but that's not going to last all long. most of the rain drops will be gone by lunch time. later on this afternoon, becoming windy. plenty of leaves blowing around today. tomorrow will be the easier and better day to do it. after a cold start, a chilly one tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow only in the upper 50s and low 60s. by later on this afternoon, here's your mid afternoon temperatures. still around 7 0 in town. temperatures back to the mid and upper 50s in shenandoah valley. there is your future weather forecast. all the moisture is blowing out of here by mid to late afternoon. there will be a breezy afternoon and a cold night coming up later on tonight. as far as the rain goes, a couple showers in northern maryland right now. thundershowers off the lower parts of the eastern shore. but this is a drying trend. much colder air. how much colder? those are snowflakes, everybody, in western wisconsin and northern parts of iowa right now. so that is some much, much colder air.
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by this time tomorrow morning, 30s and 40s outside. that is puffy coat weather for sure. tomorrow during the course of the day, bright and sunshine. staying on the chilly side tomorrow. temperatures only in the upper 50s and low 60s during the course of the afternoon. here's the seven day forecast. flirting with 70 for a time this morning. only in the upper 50s to low 60s tomorrow. a cold start tomorrow morning and a couple of real chilly mornings on the way before we moderate once again. college football forecast. pitt is in charlottesville. it's an evening game if you're going to the game tonight, mid 50s at kickoff. mid 40s by game's end. that is puffy coat weather. >> that is stadium blanket weather. >> you bet it is. be ready for that. the bleachers are going to be cold. >> i don't like seeing the fours on the forecast. >> i don't either. >> and the threes. >> we love fours. >> i like it there, just not on the forecast. all right. thank you.
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seven decades after being killed in action, the remains of a fallen american soldier were brought back to the u.s. hear how researchers made the discovery and then track down his identity. metro says it's going to have to shut down part of the red line for seven consecutive weekends. we'll tell when you and where we'll tell when you and where coming u
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we thought our cable internet was fast. but, our uploads are half the speeds of our downloads our internet is really half-fast. so half-fast. someone did a half-fast job of posting our vacation pics. when i post my slow jams, i'm a little half-fast. totally half-fast. stop living with half-fast internet. only verizon fios comes with speedmatch - uploads as fast as downloads. so his homework won't be so half-fast. that is up to him. metro plans to close three
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stations on the red line for several weekend. they have no choice but to close the stations so that crews can fix some serious water problems. the shutdown will effect the grovner medical center and bethesda metro stations. our transportation reporter adam tusk breaks down the reasons and the plans. there's no place else that has an issue that is this unmanageable and costing us this much monday. >> reporter: $3 million a year to fix the switches and components beneath the medical center station. water trickles through the old rock here on a sunny day. wlit rains, it really gushes. that leaves mud, dirt, debris and worn out parts. >> but we're spending a significant amount of money, time and effort which we would much rather put somewhere else. >> reporter: so now metro has called in engineering and transportation experts from all over the world to come up with
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this, a plan to stop the leaks. deputy general manager and rail chief rob troop sat down with news 4 to explain it all. >> what we'll be doing is putting in basically it's like a false roof. we'll be able to come in with these precast panels, the precast panels will interlock. >> reporter: one by one the precast concrete panels will be lifted into place, a slow and tedious process, the reason why they have to close this section of the rail line for seven consecutive weekends. now that work will happen in 2016. metro has to get ready for the work right now which means closures up until that point. metro will use the closures to also upgrade the bethesda station, make adjustments for the planned purple line and the station near grovner. >> whether they shut down, use shuttle buses instead. but those are going to run along wisconsin avenue and we all know how busy that road gets.
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how six flags hopes to enforce crowd control after a large fight at the park one week ago today. plus, a father's new attempt to find his children not seen now in nearly a month. we'll tell you how you can help. first, a true taste of fall once all this rain moves out. chuck is back with exactly what to expect later today. that is coming up.
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all right. don't let this catch you off guard. storm team 4 tracking showers this morning. but it's not just the rain that
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you're going to be dealing with today. check out the temperature right there on the bottom right hand side of your screen. we had a pair of 6s. well that, may be the highest number that you're going to see all weekend. we want to get your forecast for your neighborhood this saturday morning. >> yep. barely budging out of the 60s today. >> right? >> oh, boy. for this, we go to storm 4 meteorologist chuck bell. good morning. >> good morning. just in the middle of finishing up a tweet. getting out your early morning planner. 60s to near 70. enjoy it. if you like the mild, moist air this is the time of the weekend to get out and enjoy it as cooler, drier air is going to come in on a gusty northwest wind later on this afternoon by eight to ten hours from noi, it will feel a lot more like october than the early september start out there this morning. just a couple hit and miss rain showers now mostly in northern maryland, northwestern parts of virginia out from win chester to front royal. happy creek, leesburg. getting in on a couple light sprinkles first thing this
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morning. by and large, not a big impact from the rain. temperatures near the 60s anticipate 70s. that won't last. we'll see temperatures staying in the 60s to near 70 this morning before they start to fall later on this afternoon. if you go to the nationals and giants game, first pitch is at 5. 306789. 6 65 at mid pitch time. west virginia mountaineers playing host to the jayhawks today. it's a 4:00 kickoff. 50 degrees at kickoff. and 45 about it time the game is over. your game can be on tv. just tell me how to get it on there. who's playing? when they're playing and where they're playing. sent send it to me via e-mail or twitter. i'll see new a few more minutes. >> chuck, thanks. today, family and friends are looking into a new effort to find two missing montgomery children. they're missing now for almost a month. their father troy turner believes that they will be found alive. volunteers meanwhile plan to meet at the germantown community rec center at 9:00 a.m.
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a $25,000 reward is being offered for any information that leads to the children's whereabouts. we're now hearing from the grandmother of those two kids. lizzy huggle is talking about her daughter katherine who is accused of taken her children. katherine huggle's family says she took the kids after she stopped taking her medicine. her mother lindsey tells us katherine started showing signs of mental illness when she was in middle school. the family didn't know until last year that she suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. >> it was a -- some sort of a mood disorder that occasionally reeked havoc on the rest of us. it impacts the whole family. it's not just one person and it's not that she necessarily meant for it to be that way, but it's an illness. >> well, news 4's darcy spencer sat down with huggle as part of our changing minds series. we'll have more on her interview with lindsey huggle monday on
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news 4 at 6:00. for more information on our changing minds campaign, you go to our website, we have an entire section with links and phone numbers to mental health resources. just search changing minds. you'll see more security at six flags america in largo this weekend. that is according to "the washington post." the paper also reports the parks changed the visitor pickup and dropoff site to an auxiliary parking lot on west side of the park. this comes one week after a fight at the park's fright fest. three people were hurt including a 15-year-old boy who this morning remains in the hospital. now we are hearing from the mother of that teenager. she attended a vigil for her son last night at the park. witnesses say the boy was punched twice before falling and hitting his head on the concrete. he is now out of a medically induced coma. doctors removed part of his skull to allow his brain to heal. his mother says he is improving
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but he has a long road to recovery. >> he's responding now. if you say his name, he opens his eyes. he is moving all of his extremities. so he's doing better. we have a long recovery. right now he's doing okay. >> rogers hopes the vigil will show others the consequences of violence. at 24 years old, went off to fight in world war ii. it would take 70 years for sergeant richard dean to return home to northern virginia. bean's remains were identified and returned and thanks to some very persistent japanese researchers, news 4's david culver brings us the story. >> reporter: full military honors for a man who gave his life in defense of his country. but most gathered here didn't even know this fallen soldier.
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that's because he died 7 o years ago in the midst a heated battle in the pacific. his remains lost. so it was thought. ♪ >> for seven decades he was buried on foreign soil. sergeant bean now back home. his family wanted him laid to rest in the u.s. right here at quantico national cemetery. >> we're bringing our uncle back home and giving him honors that he deserves. >> reporter: rosie white hugged the people that made the proper funeral possible. this woman found the remains and dog tagged with sergeant bean's name. >> it's really shocking. it's a good shock. >> reporter: they tracked down sergeant bean's nephew and confirmed the connection through his dna and flew some 7,000 miles to prince william county to bring him the news. >> they actually came to my
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house. >> we were really nervous because we are japanese and we don't know how the people react to this finding. >> i was thrilled to death. i thought about my grandmother. how thrilled she would be. ♪ and i'm hoping they're together now and that he is back home. >> reporter: time not diluting the emotion. >> 70 years later, we bring you back home where he belongs. ♪ >> reporter: at quantico national cemetery, i'm david culver, news 4. >> what a special thing for that family. >> it is remarkable. if you look at the statistics, they say that there are still 73,000 service members that are still listed as mising from world war ii. so this is really great. and they actually found two other soldiers near the same place where they found bean's remains as well. >> wow. that's wonderful. free cooking demonstrations,
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ain't active events for the kids. how organizers hope to change your entire family's way of thinking at an event happening today. >> that sounds good. plus, the special meaning behind this thing, this purple purse. why you may want to ask about it did you see someone carrying it around. plus, the chilly weather moving in right now. chuck is back next to tell us exactly how long it's going to last. and in nbc 4 special later this morning, we are celebrating hispanic heritage month. get a special look at the latino culture and historical influence here in this region. you can see our special this morning at 10:00 right here on nbc 4.
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this is a way to address a very serious topic. the purple purse. a campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse specifically financial abuse. it's making its way around fairfax county and virginia's
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capit capital. this week the purse was passed between congressman mike kelly and ron stall. proceeds raised benefit shelter house nonprofit that provides services to the homeless and victims of domestic violence. really nice effort out there. >> definitely. the cat is out of the bag. there is a special month at the fairfax county animal shelter. they're celebrating meoween. that is hard to say. special deals and events for cat lovers like myself. anyone adopting an orange or black cat gets a gift bag for the pet. volunteers explain why they drop off the pets when they can no longer care for them. >> they've all been surrendered for one reason or another, someone is moving,allergic, got deployed. you know, or, you know, hard financial situation. >> so on fridays, adoption fees there cost $5 for cats six months and older and that fee
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does include neutering, vaccinations and a collar and tag. there you go. in the day ahead, you and your famil can learn to get fit and healthy in the district. this is part of the second annual let's move d.c. children and families health expo. it's going to begin at 10:00 in the morning at the rec center on 49th street and minnesota avenue in northeast. can you play golf, tennis, baseball and even fish. there will be free food and a farmer's market. everyone is talking about gone girl opening in theaters this weekend. the plot line that star ben affleck says he's lived himself. we'll have his conversation with nbc's brian williams next. chuck, you getting us ready for that chill? >> absolutely right. a mild start to the weekend. cold, dry air is moving in. how cold and when? the forecast coming up.
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the "today" show is next on nbc 4. let's find out what they're working on. >> our friends erica hill and lester holt join us live from new york. good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. coming up on saturday morning on "today" sh the scramble to contain ebola on the first diagnosed case in the u.s. why criminal charges are being considered against that patient. we'll have the latest and talk live with the infectious disease
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chief. a remarkable display of sportsmanship. why one high school football team allowed their own quarterback to suit up and play against them. plus, back together again. we'll sit down with all members of the band fleet woot mack woo they kick off a special tour. >> and it's a big morning around here, we'll fill you in on chanel jones journey to "today." we get started on saturday morning on "today". >> exciting. the familiar sli getting bigger. >> we just keep growing. >> i know. >> thank you. >> thanks. in the race for maryland goner democrat anthony brown says he'll not release his income tax returns. brown is the current lieutenant governor. he believes the financial disclosure statements he filed with the state for 16 years provide enough information for the voters. his opponent though republican larry hogan has not responded to requests about releasing his income tax returns. in virginia's senate race,
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just a few days, you can see the candidates debate. democratic incumbent mark warner will face off against ed gillespie. meet the press moderator chuck todd will host the live debate tuesday night at 7:00. "nightly news" will air at 6:30 that day. news 4's aaron gilchrest and northern virginia bureau chief julie kerry will join the panel. news 4 and the chamber of commerce are response dwroring the debate. gone girl hit theaters and it's getting huge reviews. it is based off the book by julian flynn. brian william sat down with the star to talk about the new movie but also his storied career. >> reporter: this is what it's really like to talk to or listen to ben affleck. >> one of the things -- he's the best quarterback if football and the other has a mismash. >> did you miss the victory last week? >> there are guys that us fans hate. the only problem with our new
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stadium in the bronx is we are running out of room on the exterior for the banners. >> the problem is that they are the best cars ever run. >> trickle charger. >> he doesn't understand tom brady's genius entirely in the way i do. >> would we call this year so far genius though? >> you know what i like the new jersey giants. i like the new jersey jets. i look forward to going to jersey. >> perhaps because the star of "gone girl" noticed when he gone to great lengths to put the title in our great big screen, he then started talking about the movie and his central character. is he a good guy or bad? did he kill his wife or not? it includes some not subtle sendups and take downs of real life media figures and media coverage plot line that ben says he has lived himself. >> it moves so fast. internet demands so much. and it's like what is the one liner on this guy? and the last person. so once you get these labels put
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under your name, they're hard to get them off. >> reporter: perhaps because his mother was a teacher, the kid came roaring out of cambridge, massachusetts with, a restless mind. he hates the shorthanded version of how his career is depicted in the years before and after his early splash and writing oscar for "good will hunting." those years includes "dazed and confused" and he might have been a little bit of both as he went on to survive the jersey girl era. as the years went by, he started to exert, command and control over more films. he was sharp as one of the company men. he then wrote and produced anticipate directed and starred in the very gritty, very boston gem called "the town." then came his signature piece "argo," golden globe for best director, academy award for best picture and his status in hollywood was cemented. >> looking forward to seeing that movie. >> absolutely. >> it's good. >> it's a good one. >> i guess we should ask.
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>> by the way -- >> you have the play-off beard on. i like it. >> you know, the guys in news 4 cannot have all the fun, right? we should have the opportunity to grow out our beards as option. >> they don't have a gray option over there? >> this was the option. when i saw you, i got a little inspired and wanted to show the more seasoned me. >> that's the seasoned version? >> keep the pictures coming, guys. they've been great. we're so excited despite the loss last night. we're all soldiering on ready for a big w. >> a w on your hat there. a gwynn outside today. by game time, it will be turning chilly. you'd never know it by walking outside this morning. still feels like early september out there with early morning presunrise temperatures still in the upper 60s and low 70s. we're still 70 degrees now at national airport. oh, the change is coming. dew points, the real measure of moisture in the atmosphere, the reason it feels so humid is in the 60s. the wind is calm right now.
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but that's not going to be the case by later this afternoon. a northwest wind 15 to 30 miles an hour is going to blow in on much cooler and drier air mass. only in the low 6 o's now in west virginia. 59 in winchester. 55 in thur mont, maryland. 66 degrees and brandywine and rowsriville f you're going out to any of the college football games, the buckeyes of ohio state are in town this weekend taking on the terrapins of maryland. it's in college park. as a non kickoff. sunshine is returning. northwest winds by lunch time will be increasing during the course of the day. so game time temperatures will fall from the mid 60s at kickoff to the low 6 o's by the time the game is done. if you want to see your team on tv, you have to let me know who is playing, when they're playing and where they're playing. i need all that information sent to me at chuckbell4 on twitter. and we'll get as manufacture your games on as we can between 8:30 and 9:30 this morning. storm team 4 radar shows a
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couple showers off the eastern shore. fading showers now in northern maryland. most of our rain about 9 a% of our rain chances are already behind us for today. the colder air is coming. that is wet snowflakes on the west and northwest sides of chicago out into parts of southern wisconsin. that is how much colder this air mass is that's coming our way. it arifdz tonight and stays here for tomorrow. so out and about this afternoon, temperatures will be going down during the afternoon hours. dry and breezy outside this afternoon. if you're going to be out for your saturday night, low 60s at 7:00. low 50s by 11:00. and by tomorrow morning, way cold. mid to upper 40s in town and bay side. but start off temperatures tomorrow morning, 37 in hagerstown and mart inzburg. 39 leesburg and yes there will be hant of a wind chill tomorrow morning. back down close to the freezing mark for wind chills. tomorrow afternoon, highs only in the upper 50s and low 60s.
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so far and away a big drop in factor is what's really going to make a difference from feeling like 70 this morning to feeling like freezing by tomorrow morning. that is a wakeup call from mother nature. >> it certainly is. >> we're ready for it. some people are. >> i was going to say, we need to bust out that extra throw for the bed tonight. you know? another extra layer. >> or you have to put -- patch up your better half and snuggle a little closer. >> yeah, increase that snuggle factor. >> that's right. >> in just a few hours, the university of maryland will host a very big game. why it's not just a stadium benefitting from trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, book an appointment. and three, pick up a che at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at
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happy saturday morning, everyone. national fans, take a deep breath. nats and giants are back at it this afternoon. san francisco with a 1-0 series lead. the giants came in to nats park and stunned the nl east division champs whose rally fell short. now a quick turn around and ending a 1-o hole. the nats know they have to get back on track and quick. >> we have no choice now. you know, game one is big. obviously. game two is bigger if you lose game one. so we have our work cut out for us. >> this is a series. we're here to win a series. that's what we're going to try
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to do. another opportunity to put a w up there. >> we have to come back and try to win and go 1-1. we can't go 0-2 to san francisco. >> the bird flying high in the alds. baltimore took care of the tigers for a second straight game thanks to a big eighth inning. eight runs scored in game one. four more in the eighth on game two. the orioles with the commanding 2-0 series lead. heading to detroit tomorrow but they know it won't be easy. zbl we have to go into a hostile environment in detroit. it's going to be 20-some-odd degrees colder. the grind is still the same. so let's go out there and play baseball. >> don't forget about football. maryland hosting the 20th ranked ohio state buckeyes. kickoff from birds stadium at noon. that's a look at your morning sports. hope your saturday is a great one. >> thank. let's talk about. that maryland's big showdown with ohio state kicks off at noon today in college park. people are just so revved up. >> the school decision to switch to the big 10 meant big bucks
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for the university and local businesses. the marriott hotel is sold out ahead to have day's game. same goes for the next three weekends. today's game is the first sellout since 2008 and season ticket sales are up 25% over last year. city says many businesses are reporting a boost from this big change. okay. >> one thing, there are a boat load of ohio state fans that live in and around metro washington. i hear from them every week. >> oh, yeah. >> thumbs down. i'm a michigan graduate. >> oh, no! with that, that's going to do it for us here at news 4 today. we'll be back in 25 minutes
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