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it happened right near the exit for ritchie marlboro road. at about 11:00 last night we were told the fire truck was on the scene of a two-car accident on the inner loop of the beltway. that's when the fire truck was then involved in an accident with another vehicle, a commercial van that was traveling through the area. now, the driver of that commercial van did sustain serious injuries. he was taken to an area hospital where he's being treated right now. the firefighters were not injured. now, this is all under investigation. still exactly what the chain of events, how it all unfolded. for a time it was closed but for an hour they did reopen all the lanes so that should not be a problem for folks commuting. all of the lanes are open. that's good news. with more on other traffic woes this morning, we're going to send it over to melissa mollet. >> good morning wchl very a disabled truck off to the side
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of the roadway. we want to mention that one for you. we still have this problem, southbound, d.c. 295, the exit to suit land we have the right lane blocked because of an accident we need to get that out of the way before too much time passes. outer loop at georgetown pierks disabled vehicle and f f westbound at leesburg, also have a disabled vehicle. taking a look at 270 southbound to 70 to the spur, taking 26 minutes. you can't do much better than this this morning or pretty much any day. it is nice and green and moving along just fine. taking a look at the top of the beltway, inner loop and outer loop, looking quite good. we're talking b to b parkway. we don't have any issues. maryland rolling along quite nicely. we'll take a look at 66, let's say, in a couple of minutes. that's coming up. >> thanks, melissa. a live look outside, 5:01. a few clouds to greet you as you step outside and a bit of a
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chill in the air. >> let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell to find out more about our forecast. good morning, chuck. >> a little itty bitty chill for now. a bite coming our way for saturday night into sunday night as well. as the cold front moves in, more clouds today than yesterday. maybe a drop or two, especially northern maryland. a very november-like weekend coming up. it will be fairly low. breezy and cooler. it will turn real chilly by your friday evening. you may want to have a little jacket to go. a couple of sprinkles in northern parts of baltimore county. most of the metro is dry. you could rule out a stray drop or two. 40s to low 50s. your hometown forecast, takoma park, maryland, 62 at lunchtime and 62 by this evening. wheel talk about your impact on this commute coming up in just a few more minutes. breaking news as we approach
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5:03. one man is dead and one seriously hurt. molette green live for us on k street. mollet. >> reporter: good morning. we've been watching two active scenes here, one in the 200 block of k street and the other down the road at third and i. unclear how they're related. you see the police cars here on the scene we know the stabbings happened around 1:00 a.m. here on k street where two men were stabbed. one of them died at the hospital. the other man as you said suffered injuries to the leg. we're working to find out a motive and a better description of the male suspect that police say they want to find in this case. this is an area where the new and the old kind of come together here called the new mt. vernon. the new downtown area where there are new high end homes, new construction, and an existing community, even a baptist church down the way.
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new jersey avenue is just over the bridge that is behind me. so this community has had some challenges with crime. this is still very early in the investigation. again, we have one man dead. died at the hospital. the other, suffering a serious leg injury after the stabbing that happened just after 1:00 a.m. this morning. we're staying on top of it here from the scene in northwest d.c. i'm molette green reporting live. back to you. 5:04. montgomery county police are trying to track down a killer. police say 21-year-old deandre smith was shot in the head behind the laundromat on contour road just after 6:00. a witness saw the shooting and tried to chase down the gunman. crime solvers is offering a reward up to $10,000 for any information leading up to an arrest.
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today the mother of a 12-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a police officer in ohio speaks out about the investigation into his death. samaria rice will hold a news conference today with her attorney about new reports. two new reports released last weekday say the officer who shot tamir rice was justified or his actions were reasonable. the report also said he acted reasonably under the law when he shot rice last november. rice says he shot immediately without an investigation. jason goolsbee forcibly detained has gone viral. he was detained monday by police because a family member said they felt threatened by him. goolsbee's attorney said the 18-year-old went to an atm to get money but changed his mind. as he was leaving the bank he held the door for a family member who called police saying they felt threatened. minutes later cruisers sped up
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to him, nearly hitting him, and he ran. >> i had seen the gun and pepper spray and nearly got t by a car. my first instinct was to run because i didn't want to die. i feared iffer my life. >> d.c. police say they're investigating the incident. d.c.'s mayor's office says this is why they need to move faster to set up the body cam program for the police. now to a developing story. a hacker linked to isis is being extradited to the u.s. the state identified him as ardit ferizi. the kosovo citizen apparently went to malaysia to further his studies hchl's believed to be the lead over a kosovo internet hacking group. right now a major freeway in southern california is shut down because of terrible flooding overnight.
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we're talking mud up to five feet deep on interstate 5. look at that. this is north of los angeles. you can just see roofs of their cars and mud up to wheels of that suv. people stranded. they can't move. people trying to dig out. nobody hurt, that's the good news. we're
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nba star lamar odom. they obtained surveillance video and receipts from the las vegas brothel where he was. he apparently spent $75,000 at the love ranch. he remains on life support at a nevada hospital. officials say there were drugs found in his system including cocaine and an herbal viagra.
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we're told his friends and family are by his side. coming up on 11 minutes now at 5:00 on your friday morning. we made it to the weekend. let's see what your forecast is like. >> hey, chuck, what's going on? >> just a couple of clouds, a little bit of a breeze across northernmost maryland this morning. most of us won't need to worry about rain. there could be a stray sprinkle. if you can't find an umbrella. you'll need one today. no weather-related slowdowns for your morning, your evening, or your weekend as well. that's welcome news. dry pavement n the 40s this morning. plenty of sunshine and breezy again. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. a pleasant enough friday to be on the outside. when i see you in a few more minutes, we'll talk about the seven-day forecast and your leaf peeping on the weekend. melissa? >> sounds good to me. sounds pretty to me. right now we still have this
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problem. southbound lane here. still have that right lane blocked here. 395 northbound at edsel road. it's not popping up as crash. either way it's off to the right side of the roadway. it looks like a disabled vehicle. outer loop at georgetown pike a disabled vehicle. also that problem there. 95 northbound quantico to the beltway, you're on time. 17 minutes there. no major problems. i'll see you right back here in ten minutes. >> thank you. next shrks went on la vish shopping sprees with another man's money. police reveal how
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right now at the live desk we're staying on top of a wildfire burning in central texas. there is a state of emergency out there in texas because of this. no rain in the forecast, either, to help out firefighters. they do say, however, the fire appears to be slowing down a little bit because of favorable
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winds going in the right direction. right now, 400 people, 400 homes have been told -- people in 400 homes have been told they should evacuate. they should get out because they don't know what could happen next. the cause of the fire not known at this point. bringing bad memories for a horrible fire in 2011 that killed two people. aaron? >> kristin, thank you. it's 5:16. start today you'll have to find a different way to get around the district. some uber drivers are planning a strike. they're demainlanding a rate increase, dollars cancellation fee and a chance for you to leave a tip. safeway employees and community leaders will protest the losses at the disindustry bugs center today. it should begin in december in upper marlboro and landover. the operations will move then.
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the future of a statue lies in the hands of them. over the weekend vandals splashed red paint on it outside city hall. they voted to unanimously move the statue last night. confederate flag license plates will start to be recalled. the judge called the license plate a painful symbol that divides us with no place in contemporary government. take a look at this picture here. if you recognize this man, police in montgomery want to hear from you. police say he sexually assaulted a woman in front of her doorstep in montgomery village. the suspect ran when the victim's brother heard her scream and came outside. there is up to a $10,000 reward
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for information in this case. a substitute -- >> a substitute teach never a d.c. charter school is on four years of probation for having sex with a student. 23-year-old simone green pled guilty to obstruction of justice for urging the teen not to cooperate with police. prosecutors dropped a sex abuse charge. green was arrested a year ago after police said she had sex behind her classroom deaf welcome a 17-year-old student at options public charter school. police say he secret lid recorded it. a d.c. woman is going to prison. rosetta horn was hired to be the caregiver for 87-year-old woman. over a year she stole tens of thousands of particulars from him. this video shows horn on one of many shopping sprees at high end stores in our area. she also bought an $86,000 audi
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and took his $76,000 investment account. her layer says the sentence is too harsh. she has until monday to turn herself in. >> if you recommend nice this man, police want to hear from you. police say the man entered the bank just after 9:00 yesterday morning and demanded cash. he received some money, left on foot. no one was hurt. tonight is the first night of spooky new halloween tours at the congressional cemetery. soul strolls gives tours telling of koengsmen, suffrages, and bootleggers who were buried there. tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for kids. the tours continue next friday and saturday too. eun's shaking her head. >> it's too scary. i don't like scary. >> nothing's coming out of a grave. >> you don't know. all right, it may be october, but it looks like santa is doing a little more than coming to
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town. he's joining city council. that santa is such an overachiever. san santa led them during last week's attention. santa claus is his name, his real name. he used to work as a city park ranger as well. santa's for the kids. santa as well as the other kids will be sworn in on monday. he has to keep busy. he has all the elves working for him. >> i think you might be confusing santas. >> i'm just saying. where are we, friday morning. some cloudy skies to deal with. not too bad otherwise. >> storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell telling us about a warmy start up. right, chuck? stoo kind a, sort a, not really. there's going be-to-be a little boift warmup.
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it will be chilly to cold. in just a second i'll show you the outlook from the national weather service for the winter. of course, with've got competing inrests. we've got a siberian snow pack and el nino which we've been talking about for months. outside this morning, though, a few clouds in our sky early this morning so my weather watcher is reporting a few spots of wet roads. temperatures are mostly in the 40s and 50s. storm team 4 radar picking up a couple of lonesome sprinkles on the northern parts of frederick county, carroll county, southern pennsylvania. not a big deal, but a couple of sprinkles did leave a few wet spots on the road in the panhandle of west virginia. 45 in frederick, maryland, 54, winchester, 56 in california, maryland. planning out your day, hour by hour, the sun's up at 7:18 and down at 6:19. the day's losing, almost three minutes of daylight per day.
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dry this morning in the 40s. near 60 by lunchtime and highs today, mid-60s and turning breezy. as a result, it's going feel cooler than yesterday. lows tonight into your early saturday, colder than this morning, down into the low and mid-40s and into the suburbs. tomorrow, even with a fair amount of sunshine, not much of a recovery. highs tomorrow only in the mid to upper 50s in the metro. saturday night into sunday morning, freeze watching posted for the shenandoah valley. likely to see an expansion as we get into the weekend. so saturday night, sunday morning look very cold. your weekend, though, tomorrow, mid to upper 50s and dry. sunday, only in the mid-50s. again, there's that freeze threat. sunday morning and monday morning. so there's a lot going on. the temperature outlook. december, january, february, looks like el nino may win this battle. temperatures at or slightly above average through the winter months and as far as moisture is concerned, you have to call it
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moisture because you can call it rain or snow. looks like the average at of moisture. as a snow lover, i'm hoping that means an average amount of snow. i know not everybody cares for shoveling the way i do. here's your seven-day, 58 tomorrow, 55 on sunday, and, again, sunday and monday mornings likely to be the coldest. we rewind back into the 70s by early next week. for now though, trouble on 395 with melissa mollet. >> of course, they just switched the camera around. so right now we're not seeing the prochblt as you're approaching edsel, we have a disabled vehicle. a big box truck off to the right side of the roadway. this just cleared about ten seconds ago. we're completely clear and open. the exit clear. don't have any more issues there. don't have any disabled vehicles. they're still appearing there in
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my graph to show what's going on around town. 66. we have a brand-new problem that just pops up i'm hearing in my ear at 123. northbound, don't have any issues. 6 f at 123, we have debris in the middle of the roadway. we'll talk about that a little bit more in a couple of minutes. prince george's county, yourall don't have major problems, perhaps causing some of these slowdowns. look like they're disappearing. indian head highway southbound there. otherwise everything looking pretty good. 95 in maryland, b.w. parkway, everything rolling along nicely. >> thank you. 5:24. we're working to find out why few people knew about an active shooting drill. it appears that tenants in a building there misread an e-mail about that drill and called police. a federal agency conducting the
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drill hadn't told police beforehand it was happened. officers secured several floors and locked down two schools before discovering the mistake. they thought a body of a woman was a halloween decoration. there was an i.d. a man is facing charges for the murder of that 31-year-old woman. remember this video of two high school players tackling the referee on it. the coach took questions yesterday before the governings body of the texas high school football. the coach admitted that the umpire, quote, needs to pay following what he thought was a bad call. >> he knows from my style of clothing. he told me i don't need to be that way. >> coach breed resigned from his former high zool. the league suspended him for the rest of the school year and gave him two years' probation. the players who hit the ref said
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he used racial slurs toward him. the ref denies that. researchers are testing an ebola vaccine on 40 volunteers including a doctor. they say it's 100% effective in early testis. u.s. researchers are also conducting tests on the same vaccine. today a sensory room is opening its doors in prince george's county. it aims to stimulate the senses and relax you. people with special needs can enjoy calming and relaxing activities. it has a soft rocker with massage pads and musical hopscotch and other things to promote good mental health. i could use that. >> yeah. why not. there are two separate races. marathon and the 10k.
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both begin in their respective localities but end today at the u.s. marine korns war memorial in rosslyn which is a stunning icon. virginia governor terry mcauliffe and d.c. mayor bowser will be there sunday morning. you can watch live coverage here. too late this year but maybe next year. >> oh, darn. one sign sparking a feud between local police and a farm popular with local families. see the display that led to some backlash at cox farm and why the homeowners say there's nothing wrong with it. they're teaming up to change the rules of the next debate. we'll see what chuck bell is work, on in the next storm team 4 weather
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good morning you do. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. chuck bell says it's cool and breezy. >> chuck has what we can expect hour by hour. chuck, good morning. >> good morning, eun and aaron. welcome to friday. yes, indeed, friday. that's the most important part of the forecast that means the most to most folks. turning much cooler to downright chilly this evening. sprinkles in the panhandle of west virginia, but most of us are dry.
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temperatures in the 40s to near 50 by now. morning runners, maybe a little extra layer first thing but we'll be into the sunshine. temperatures into the low 60s by lunchtime. mid to upper 60s right in and around town. not a bad day to be outside. a little breezy at times. we're going to grade recess. i'm a tough grader, melissa. >> i know you are. you're a tough grader. what do you think we're going to get? you can't tell me? >> i'll tell you. fwievt my big red pen ready to go. >> you're telling me i wouldn't be able to go to recess. >> tell us about traffic? >> this is a-plus. inner loop and outer loop, everything running quite nicely here this morning. 66 and 95 looking good. don't have any major problems here. taking a look at the beltway, into town and out of town, 95, 29 b.w. parkway, no major issues. 270 at montrose. i don't know what in the world
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is coming up in that camera, but let me tell you it does not look bad at all this morning. back in ten minutes with travel time. are you running for president? have you made your decision yet? >> will he or won't he? all eyes on vice president joe biden in decision 2016. yesterday as he was outside his residence waiting for the president of south korea, one reporter tried her best to get him to answer on a possible bid for the white house. sources say a decision is coming soon. they say he needs to make a decision by early november. in decision 2016 donald trump and ben carson are threatening to sit out the next debate. as for the other candidates it's another weekend of debating.
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tracie potts is on capitol hill with more. good morning. >> good morning. we're following the critical deadline. it turns out hillary clinton has raised more than any other candidate. she's sitting on $77 million. $30 million raised in the last quarter. ben carson, he's got a third of what she's raised. meantime donald trump and ben carson are teaming up together to ask our sister network who's running the debate to make sure it doesn't go over two hours and to each get an opening and closing statement. if not they'll boy caught. >> they say they'll take the suggestions under consideration. as you noted, there are critical deadlines coming up for joe biden if he decides to run including october 29th. that's the first state that requires candidates to declare. eun? >> tracie potts live on capitol hill. tracie, thank you. presidential candidate bernie sanders is saying no
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thank you to a campaign donation. a man donated $2,700 to the campaign. you might remember ska reallily's company was in the news for raising the price of drugs. sanders' campaign has been critical of him. the campaign will donate it to the whitman walter health clinic in washington. they questioned whether the air strike was legal. at least 24 staff and patients were killed earlier this month. the "associated press" this month reports that they knew the building was a hospital and believed it was being used to coordinate taliban tifbtd. it is not clear whether the military crew that carried out the bombing knew their target was a hospital full of
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civilians. if they did, they say the offense would amount to war crime. pumpkins, hot cider, and controversy. some police officers are upset about the black lives matter sign in the window of a home near cox farms in fairfax county. in a facebook post, the president of the fairfax county for fraternal order of police says because of that he will not go to the farm anymore. brad constructers and other officers believe the black lives matter message is now distorted to target police. erin cox put the sign in her window and said she means no harm to officers. they unveiled a six-point plan. the group's plan focuses on what they call quality arrested entering the city's gage order on police misconduct and getting body cameras for police within a year. today's rally comes moths after the riots involving the death of freddie gray. he died one week after being
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taken into police custody. the six officers charged in his death
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el nino is back. forecasters say a big change is on the way. el nino effect means warmer
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temperatures instead of heavy snowfall. normal areas that are dry may deal with flooding and landslides. it could be nice for those of us who expect to see warmer temperatures. the southern half of the country, though, is expected to be wetter than normal. i'm focusing on warmer for us. warmer for us. >> watch chuck shoot all that down. >> yesterday he said something about siberian snowfall by october and you're watching the charts and the graphs and the harvest. >> you're absolutely right. i'll give you the extended outlook coming up in just ten minutes so you can see for sure. remember, warmer than average may still be cold enough for snow. keep that in mind. outside this morning on your friday morning, one or two lonesome drops. still dry in the metro. temperatures this morning are in the upper 40s and low 50s. so it's a chilly one. what to wear on your way out the door, you'll definitely need
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your jacket for sure. long jacket and maybe your favorite cable knit sweater and sweatshirt. forecast, chilly this morning. we're going to give recess a "b." that's not too bad. mid-50s by dismissal time. i'm talking the weekend. and we'll talk the effects of el nino. >> all right. so now i know. a "b" for breezy. brand-new crash popped up here. trying to get more information. 270 at montrose, want to show you the camera. finally got it working. no problems northbound or southbound. as far as travel times go, 11 minutes. you're on time at the beltway. 66 in bound looking quite good and 59 north to the want co-18 minutes if you want to barack that down. taking nine minutes. another nine. remember to listen to our friends on wtop 103.5 f.m. when
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you hop in your car. >> thank you, melissa. parents reacting this morning to for the girl scout meeting... ok! for the soccer team... for the girl scout meeting... how many meetings are you having?! giant just dropped prices on thousands more items. which makes the checkout lane, victory lane.
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16 before the hour, and we're working to find out more about a serious crash in maryland. >> a white van slammed into the bridge at ritchie marlboro road. "news4's" megan mcgrath is live. we'll check in with her at 6:00. wake jupp weather, cool, dry for most with a bit of a breeze. temperatures are in the chilly 40s to low 50s. when i see you in a few minutes, we'll talk about the outlook. how will tel nino have an impac on your winter forecast. melissa? >> taking a look at 270, slow
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spot there is going to be through urbana where you slow down because of volume. then you pick up all the way down to the spur. breaking news now at 5:45. one man is dead, a second man is seriously hurt after being stabbed in the district. "news4's" molette green there with the latest on what happened. molette, good morning. >> reporter: aaron, good morning. we're here at k street. police have stretched from where we are to across the bridge over ontnew jersey avenue. just a short while ago, we e had three police cars here on the scene. now we're down to one car working this scene here in the search for incluclues and the s for a suspect. we know the deadly stabbing happened around 1:00 a.m. two men were taken from the scene to the hospital. one of themied at the hospital. the other man suffered serious leg injuries. we're working to find out a mow tish in this case and a better
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description of the male suspect police want to find. still very early on in this investigation. no i.d. or ages of the victims. and, again, no real specifics on the suspect, the man that police are looking for at this hour. we're live here in the 200 block of k street in northwest d.c. i'm molette green. back to you. >> molette, thank you. parents are looking at plan on which kids to shift to a different high school. this is addressing concerns that gaithersburg high schools are quickly reaching capacity. interim superintendent larry bower wants to shift students. parents are split on the idea. >> it's a great idea. there's capacity at ma gruder. we've got wuch teachers there. >> it doesn't sit well with me.
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they just built the school. >> the changes would happen over five years starting in 2017 and there will be public hearings before any plan is made permanent. today is the last day for eighth graders to get their applications in for the thomas jefferson high school for science and technology. the school was named the number one high school in the country by "newsweek." they scored 100 in college ready bs. 99.8% of grads are college bound. >> it's 5:47. the mother of a 12-year-old boy shot and killed by a police officer in ohio speaks out about the investigation into his death. chemera rice will hold a conference with her attorney. the report says the officer was justified in his action and. rice's mother says the police
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shot immediately without assessing the situation. the case against the man accused of leading the attack on the u.s. consulate is back before a federal judge. he's being held without bail. a motions hearing is being held. he commanded a terrorist group and plotted another attack on american people and property in libya. >> this morning nbc news obtained video where he was found unconscious a few days ago. odom apparently spent $75,000 at the love ranch. the former nba and reality tv star remains on life support at a nevada hospital. fficials there say that drugs were found in his system, including cocaine and an herbal viagra. we're told his friends and family are by his side. actor job stjohn stamos.
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he was arrested for erratic driving back in june in beverly hills. he was charged on wednesday. there's no word on the drug the former "full house" star was taking. the community college is training students how to operate a drone. those classes will start in november. the class called drones 101 will be followed by a drones 202. >> makes sense. >> right? >> the use of drones could be used to create over 100,000 jobs in the next ten years. in "news4 your health" this morning the cdc will issue its first flu report of the season later today. they say most seasonal flu activity occurs between october and may and peaks between december and february. health officials recommend you get the shot now if you haven't already. this year's vaccine said to be more effective than last ye's. >> if you have a high-risk job,
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you could be more at risk of having a stroke. they're 22% more likely to have a stroke than those in low stress jobs. they found nursing aids, restaurant workers and other service jobs were among the most high stress jobs. this will reduce your stress. a milestone for the national zoo's baby cub. that's bei bei. now weighing in at more than 6 pounds. his eyes are fully open too. he received his first vaccination. zookeepers say he's becoming more active and rambunctious. >> e love the music. >> it's "romper room" music. they give him time to play. they need time to build muscles. >> like all babies. >> you can check out the slides. there's so many of them. it's on the n b bc washington a
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>> do you think bao bao is pouting in the corner? >> the sister? >> yeah. you do think they're talking about her? >> they're all cute. >> i tried to read this vanilla. >> here's one of the things about el nino. the last time we had one this strong was the '97, '98. that year we had 0.1 of one inch. >> you can't win. snow lovers complain, snow haters complain. >> co-anchors complain. everybody complains. the trick about el nino is it's either feast or famine. we're either going to have next to nothing or like the '58/'59
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winter, we could see, wham. right now 5rks 2 in washington. winds out of the west at 3 miles per hour. your weekend is going to be a cold one. lows near freezing in the suburbs. much more like november and that october. lots of things going on. out of the darkness and into the light is for the american federation for the suicide prevention. there's your website up+-xk the afsp.org. this is at rosaryville park. come on down and join me and help raise awareness for suicide prevention which affect as lot of lgbt youth and wounded warriors. this is an important thing. outside, 40s in the suburbs to near 50 in town. hourerly temperature, 40s and 50s. mid to upper 50s by 10:00. we'll be in the mid-60s today. a fair amount of sunshine later
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on. one or two small sprinkle chances here north of the metro into parts of frederick county, carroll county, and the mason dixs line. nothing heavy. a couple of drops here and there, and that's it. rain chances low. a slight chance for a sprinkle or two. but i think in and around the metro area we should be dry. highs today, 65 in rhetoric, 6 f in southern maryland. now over the weekend. freeze watches are already posted for the shenandoah valley. this is for saturday night into sunday morning. temperatures upper 20s to around that 32 degree mark. here's future cast. a mix of clouds and sunshine. a bit breezy for this afternoon. it will feel a lot cooler tomorrow than it has in a long, long time. now, as far as the winter outlook goes, lots of fall foliage. great color this weekend.
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temperatures expected to be at or above average from washington northbound into the northeast corner. again, even above average temperature could lead to good snowfall amounts. also expecting above average amounts of moisture in the air. a quick check of your seven-day forecast, 60s today, 50s over the weekend, back into the 70s. a check on traffic now with melissa. >> good morning. right now two things happening on suitland parkway. one of them may have actually cleared. we'll try to figure out what's going on. inbound suitland is what's going on there. the crash, not seeing it on all of our systems right now. that could have cleared. we have the right lane blocked because of a disabled vehicle. top of the beltway looking quite good, 95. b.w. parkway, everything good there. running along fine. live picture at scaggsville road. with don't have any issues. taking a look at 270, a little slow as you're heading out of frederick and things open up all
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the way down to the spur northbound. you don't have any problems here. from 70 to the spur, it's going to take you 32 minutes. 66 rolling along nicely. so is 95. taking a look at metro, we're on time on all of the lines right now on schedule, of course. mark right now running quite well. no major delaying happening. same thing as we look at vre. taking a look at 270, top of the beltline looking quite good. it will take you nine minutes as it should. inbound on 66. fairfax county beltway, 9 minutes to quantico and the beltway. you can see 95 and northbound. 19 minutes. average speed is 68 miles per hour. "weather & traffic on the 1s." we'll see you in a couple of minutes and remember to see our friends on wtop 103.5 when you
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freeze watch is going to impact a big part of your weekend forecast in just a minute. i'm kristin wright tracking a developing situation in california where major flash flooding and mudslides have several busy highways off limits this morning. more on what's happening at the live desk. >> first we go back to storm team 4's chuck bell with your forecast. chuck? >> yes, indeed. freeze watch already posted for the shenandoah valley. this is saturday night into sunday morning but i fully expect that it will be expanded to include at least the western suburbs. potentially even the metro as we get into saturday night. maybe a raindrop or two near the gaithersburg area. maybe a drop or two. temperatures out the door this morning are in the cool. 40s and low 50s

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