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4. >> we'd like to announce that we do have a suspect in custody who will be charged with first-degree murder in the homicide of amanda jones. >> just a few hours earlier, the daughter of murder victim amanda jones came back to the house where her mother was killed and spoke publicly for the very first time. myisha golway says she and other family members told detectives immediately that they suspected the man who had been an acquaintance of amanda jones and had a violent nature worried them. >> i thought that she was not involved with this person anymore. i did not know she was in contact with him. i think that person was want a good person. >> reporter: the perrywood neighborhood in upper marlboro is still gripped by fear. >> it doesn't help if it's someone she knew. >> it hurts even more, i guess. someone that she knew especially the type of person that she was.
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>> reporter: which was? >> a very wonderful, caring person. she took care of almost everybody's children around here. >> reporter: police say the suspect charged with first-degree murder acted alone. coming up on news 4 at 6:00, we'll tell you why police are not identifying him at this time. reporting live from prince george's county police headquarters, chris gordon, news 4. >> a new development in a deadly hit and run, the alexandria prosecutor's charges says it will not file any charges against the construction driver who killed a woman the prosecutor called a tragic accident and the prosecutor said there was no evidence the driver knew she'd hit someone before she left the scene. no witnesses saw the truck hit the pedestrian. ann bogart died at that crash on commonwealth avenue.
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while i will not be a candidate, i will not be silent. i intend to speak out clearly and forcefully to influence as much as i can where we stand as a party and where we need to go as a nation. president obama has led this nation from crisis to recovery and we are now in the cusp of resurgence. democrats should not only defend this record and protect this record. they should run on the record. >> finally, we know vice president joe biden will not seek a third bid for the white house, but he's also not going to just sit back and watch. >> he announced his decision this afternoon in what at times sounded more like a candidate's stump speech. news 4's pat lawson muse with reaction. >> the vice president says he still has a lot to do in the next 15 months that he's in office. during his announcement he took aim at the current state of politics in this country saying
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compromise is not a dirty word. republican presidential front-runner donald trump says he thinks biden made the right choice for him and his family and he took aim at hillary clinton saying he'd rather run against her record because in his words, it's so bad. clinton praised biden as a great friend and a great man saying she's inspired by his commitment to change the world for the better. we also heard this afternoon from bernie sanders. >> joe biden is a man who has devoted his entire life to public service and to the well-being of working families. he has more than a year to go, and i look forward to working with joe biden and president obama in addressing some of the major crises facing our country. >> during his speech today the vice president says he and his family have found a purpose in life through public service, and he said he's more optimistic now about the possibilities for our country than at any other point in his career.
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jim? >> pat, thank you. two women are recovering tonight after showing up to a fire station with gunshot wounds. the women pulled up in a car at the volunteer station here on addison road and seat pleasant. an ambulance took them to the hospital and police tell us the actual shooting happened on peppermill drive just off central avenue in capital heights. no word on who shot them. >> the bank robber who escaped from fairfax into the hospital and led police on a massive manhunt in the spring will spend the next three decades in prison and a judge sentenced him to 32 years and ordered him to pay $35,000 in restitution and he pled guilty to robbing 11 virginia banks and he escaped from custody in march while
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undergoing treatment and was caught after a metro bus. >> bond denied for a man accused of killing his girlfriend's 14-year-old son and wounding another. family members tell us sean crawford killed keyshaun mason when that teen and his older brother tried to protect their mother mp crawford had barricaded himself with the woman and it happened in oxon hill, maryland. domestic violence is not only a problem in prince george's county. one out of every three homicides in virginia last year, the result of domestic violence. today the state's attorney general announced a plan to fight the problem. attorney general mark herring is teaming up now with law enforcement to try to stop people from being killed while in abusive relationships. today herring talked to agencies about recognizing the signs of a domestic dispute. the attorney general is also looking to lawmakers for help. >> there are a number of legislative measures that i think will come forward in the
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next legislative session particularly dealing with gun violence and domestic violence and the intersection between the two. >> according to the medical examiner's office, domestic violence killed 112 people in virginia last year. metro is making progress in repairing that power substation that got severely damaged outside of the armory station. you can find a link set up for riders to track the repairs and you'll find it in our nbc washington app. right now crews are in the testing phase to see what's salvageable. the transit agency hopes to have two transformers up and running by the end of the year and that would allow mets ro to remove those speed restrictions put into place and restore the service on the orange, blue and silver lines at that station. you may be waiting for somebody to get home from work and chances are if they're use the american legion bridge as part of the commute they're stuck in traffic.
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now there say new push to ease the gridlock on the bridge. adam tuss is driving along the bridge today to take a look at a possible solution now. >> reporter: so let's take you on a drive across the american legion bridge. the biggest problem that this bridge faces, it's a bridge. there is simply not enough space to expand. 300,000 vehicles a day cross this bridge that connects fairfax and montgomery counties and it's the busiest potomac river crossing and during rush hours it's crawling and to fix it, no easy solution and take a look under the bridge. you can see there's not much room to work with. >> i don't understand how you can make it better. it kind of is what it is. >> reporter: when there is an accident things can get especially bad here. leaders are urging their rippive transportation secretaries to make this bridge a priority when it comes to transportation fixes. >> the bottom line is we have a bridge right now that just is not functional.
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>> the chairman of the fairfax county board of supervisors, she's recommending extending those express toll lanes or hot lanes that virginia has been using across the bridge here and she says that could increase hov usage or give drivers a chance to pay to get around traffic or a chance to run busses across the bridge. >> why not? that has turned out to be a win-win in virginia. >> reporter: whatever the solution, drivers in northern virginia say something needs to happen fast. >> i leave myself about -- lit wr literally an hour, i'm a fairfax county teacher and i have to be there on time. >> reporter: underneath the american legion bridge, and all of this is opening up a debate about where a new potomac river crossing should go and not a lot of space to work with down here and where would we put a new bridge? that's coming up at 6:00. at the legion bridge, adam tuss, news 4. well, did you see that blue sky?
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feel that warm sunshine today? it's all about to change just in time for your weekend. let's get the latest from doug, tracking those changes. >> wendy it has been spectacular out there. a nice cool morning and very cool in some spots if not cold and this afternoon and absolutely gorgeous. take a look at the numbers and this is what we started off with. 48 degrees in downtown and 35 in culpeper, and 39 dulles, and it was kind of cold in some area, but with the sunshine temperatures rose dramatically and look at the numbers now. everybody into the 70s. 75 in roanoke and 72 in d.c. and ocean city coming in at 65 degre degrees. the warm air is here and it will stay here tomorrow, too, but then we'll see the cold air come back in and we'll call it the cool air and it won't be quite as cold as last weekend and it will be cooler for this weekend and we'll show you which day this weekend has a chance for shower activity. a metro assault. the man who attacked that subway
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rider may be at it again. police say his latest attack was at another metro station and this time it involved an officer. >> saluting a superhero. we'll show you how the man who was the caped crusader for being the kindest person behind the mask. why this year's drive could be in jeopardy. you're watching news 4 at 5:00.
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a man who will be sentenced tomorrow for attacking someone on a metro escalator is arrested, this time for purchasing a metro police officer in the face. news 4's meagan fitzgerald is live with more. meagan? >> reporter: police say the incident happened at 8:30 yesterday just behind us on the corner of 7th and h. they say the officers weren't even paying attention to the suspect, 19-year-old elija smith until he started threatening them. when they started to arrest him, that's when they say he attacked. what happened here on tuesday night is what investigators say is elija smith's latest attack. it took place while police were
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arresting a bus rider. >> basically, they pulled a person off they had placed under arrest and they were in the process of searching the subject. >> kevin gatis says that's when smith started interfering with the arrest. according to the police report, when officers told smith to leave, he said, quote, next time i see you i'm going to break your face. >> an officer started to place him under arrest and mr. smith subsequently punched him four or five times. after a brief scuffle, oc spray was used and mr. smith was placed under arrest. >> for the third time, back in may 2014, smith was charged with seriously injuring a d.c. actor while he was walking to a taxi stand in silver spring. >> police say he was at it again. this is video of smith punching a 69-year-old man on an escalator on the eastern market metro station. while police say the incident isn't out of character for smith. >> it's just disturbing.
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he could have just kept walking. for everyone's safety, they're hoping it's his last. >> metro police say the officer who was attacked has a black eye, but he's doing just -wh&ñf. metro police want to keep riders say. >> meagan fitzgerald, thank you. sgroo police want to hear from neighbors in this alexandria neighborhood where gunshots rang out. this shooting happened on edison street just before 9:00. a man ended up at the hospital with gunshot wounds and police say he is expected to recover and no word on what might have prompted the shooting. what officials are calling an historic sting in anne arundel county stopped a large-scale drug distribution ring and an eight-month long effort resulted in charges against eight people. the suspects are charged with
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conspiracy to distribute heroin and other drug-related offenses and the charges are connected to a sophisticated, multimillion dollar drug distribution operation and about $1 million in assets were seized including 12 guns and three vehicles. anne arundel county state's attorney wes adams says law enforcement is determined to make their communities safer. at the live deck, i'm pat lawson muse. >> thank you, pat. the guy in charge of the montgomery county toys for tots program says it may not happen this season if he can't get space donated. paul gunther is currently renting a couple of storage bins in gaithersburg, but he needs 5,000 or 6,000 square feet of space in order to sort toy done eggs. he says they usually have a spot by now and can't afford rent and need one in a week or so. >> if we do not get a site then we don't have a toys for tots program in montgomery county. i have no place to store the
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toys. >> reporter: what will that mean to the kids? >> no toys. >> reporter: last year toys for tots and montgomery county collected 60,000 toys providing gifts for kids through 150 different agencies. top golf says it may move from its kingstown location in the coming years, but has no plans to leave alexandria. a spokesperson told us there say mutual agreement between the company and the landlord and we are told that top golf wants to expand and the landlord wants to rezone. if that happens, top golf would have a year to relocate with a move at the earliest in 2017, but top golf says it's committed to alexandria because it's one of the company's top-performing locations. >> his name was lenny robinson, but hundreds of kids in our area simply knew him as batman. he made a living dressing up and visiting sick children in the hospital with his batmobile. robinson died, as you'll recall, during a car accident two months ago and today at children's medical center more than a dozen
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other superheroes came together to honor robinson's work. the hope for henry foundation helps sick children. the group presented robinson's father with the first hope for henry superhero award. >> i never, ever realized the extent to which he was revered and loved and to the extent that he reciprocated that love to children. >> the other superheroes on hand visited every patient at the hospital and gave them each a superhero toy. just like lenny used to do. >> i'm jason pugh here at redskins park. recently injuries have plagued this redskins team especially in the latest debacle in new york against the jets. some news today here from redskins park to key players for the burgundy and gold.
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first off, we will start with receiver desean jackson. he's still being bothered by that hamstring injury. and remember, it was supposed to take him three to four weeks to recover and it's now been six weeks. both players progressing in the concussion protocol. they're allowed to practice and go to meetings though they have not yet been cleared for contact. kirk cousins, still the starting quarterback for now. continued struggles have many fan, radio hosts and columnists calling for kirk to get benched for colt mccoy or even the return of rg3 and how can cousins block the outside distractions? well, selectedive listening and viewing. >> i turn on npr instead of 106.7 and 980 sometimes and i turn on hgtv instead of espn. there are times when you can intentionally block it out if you're asking how to do that. >> reporter: npr and hgtv.
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i wonder if kirk has a favorite property brother. i'll ask him that later this week. >> he doesn't have social media on his cell phone. coming up later on news 4 at 6:00, we'll have more news about the injuries to the redskins and we'll hear from left tackle trent williams and tight end jordan reed. from ashburn, i'm jason pugh, news 4 sports. people are lining up at a pizza place in d.c. it has nothing to do with food and it is how one community is rallying around a business owner who stood her ground when the robbers continued to hit her business over and over again. >> new questions tonight about the help of pope francis. find out what the vatican has to say about that. it's october 21, 2015, the day marty mcfly arrives. no hover board, but we did find one community going all out for the arrival and we'll take you there in a time machine, of course.
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where are we? when are we? we are headed toward hill valley, california, at 4:29 p.m. on wednesday, october 21, 2015. >> 2015? you
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and now your storm team 4
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forecast. >> and the forecast has blue sky, beautiful weather today and it has much cooler weather as they make their way in toward the weekend and we're not talking about a repeat of cold. take a look outside right now and you've seen the shot all day and if you've been working inside you had a good window seat. blue skies and mrebtsy of sunshine and the high temperature into the 70s and 72 and it is gorgeous and the kind out of the south. 74 in fredericksburg and much cooler along the water and over toward annapolis at 66 degrees and once again, it has really been quite nice. get out there on the bike this evening and you have about an hour before the sun goes down and plenty of sunshine at 6:00. tomorrow it will be cool, but not as cold as the last couple of mornings if you're thinking of exercising around lunch and looking pretty good there, too, and temperature around 70. no rain in the forecast with one
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very small exception. we'll talk about that coming up in just a couple of minutes and here's the satellite and radar and not much going on and that's when we see plenty of clear skies and there is frontal boundary to the north and you can see everyone riding above the front and back to the west, tracking something else, too, as i move us down to the southwest here and colorado only in the 40s, but look at this. this big-time area of low pressure and you see this in el nino years and major flooding going on right now around el paso, texas. i'm sure we'll get video out of here and this could give us rain coming all of the way across the country for sunday and we're not talking a lot of rain and low temperatures, 47 in gaithersburg and 46 in leesburg and martinsburg around 46 degrees and 61 toward annapolis. at the bus stop it will be cool and we will see some sunshine out there, as well and temperatures, 50 degrees and
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remember that sun not coming up now until 7:30 and the kids are getting off the bus and nothing, but warm conditions and 74 degrees and no problem, the kids can run inside and take the jackets off and go right back out and 74 and annapolis coming in at around 75 if we can get that high along the water, but just off the water with that one and 66 on friday and there's one cold front. this one will be a dry cold front on thursday and that will bump temperatures down about ten degrees and we'll go back to around the average. the average high is now around 67 degrees and we'll be close to that on saturday, too and saturday morning it will be cool and you'll wake up into the 30s in the suburbs and in the city and there's the chance of rain and it does coincide with the marine corps marathon and 66 degrees for a high temperature on sunday and most of that shower activity comes in the morning and moat of it very, very light and more on the marine corps marathon and veronica is back at 5:45.
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>> thank you, doug. sex for repair work. women said they couldn't get work done and what they're doing about it now. vice president said he just he ran out of time and we'll get reaction to his decision today. i'm mark segraves and coming up, i'll show you how a local narrator: puerto rico's economy is in a death spiral. to make matters worse, washington has plans to cut another $3 billion from the island's healthcare budget. puerto ricans pay the same medicare taxes, but receive less than half the funding of mainland states, leaving the system on life support. more cuts will push the economy to the edge of disaster and put every puerto rican's care in jeopardy. washington needs to act now to save healthcare for the three and a half million us citizens of puerto rico.
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i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. republican hal parrish claims he improved transportation. but the truth is he was nowhere to be found. literally. parrish holds a seat on the northern virginia transportation authority, but 34 times he failed to show up for meetings. parrish skipped more meetings than any other member. and hal parrish refused to support the bi-partisan transportation bill. why would we want to get stuck with republican hal parrish in richmond?
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tonight neighbors are rallying around a restaurant after crooks robbed it in a year. news's mark segraves has shown us how that community is now trying to give something back to mama. mark? >> reporter: that's right, mama's kitchen is open for business just like they are every day of the year, but tonight mama and her employees feel a whole lot safer because of the help from the community and her neighbors who mama considers family. >> she is, like, the kindest, nicest woman and when i come here i feel like i'm going to my mom's house to have my mom's cooking. she's such a nice lady. >> reporter: here at mama's pizza kitchen there's no bulletproof glass between her and her customers. in fact, not much at all comes
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between them. >> okay. >> you cannot talk to people if you have plexiglas. you cannot feel. >> mama's couldn't afford security cameras and like many of the businesses in this neighborhood, mama's has been robbed again and again. >> it's just -- not the money, the feeling is just -- after he left we got so angry just why does this happen? >> reporter: after the last robbery, community organizer ron morton said enough. >> i walked down the street and saw a lady crying because she joust got robbed and i said look, we'll do something so i went to facebook and went to gofundme. >> reporter: donations poured in, nearly $5,000 in just a few days. >> that means not only are we getting a camera put in, we have alarms put in. we bought her a 50-inch tv and we're giving her $2,000 in cash to make up for all of the robberies over the last year.
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>> reporter: today the community came together as those cameras were installed throughout mama's restaurant. >> my community is not going to let this kind of incident happen again and this is going to stop them. if somebody wants to do it, this is going to stop it, and we couldn't have done it without any other help. i couldn't do it. >> reporter: dozens of members of the community including the deputy mayor and members of clergy were here today. they tell us that mama hires people from the community and she often gives pizza to the youth groups here in the neighborhood, and they're quick to point out that while many businesses are leaving because of crime, mama is here to stay. jim, back to you. >> reporter: mark, what a great story. thanks so much for sharing that with us. a silver spring man tonight is dead after the car he was driving crashed into a tree and burst into flames. mohammed shafik khan was the only person in the car.
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the 21-year-old died at the scene because of the injuries. police tell us khan was traveling south on just avenue in silver spring late last night when the car left the roadway, swerved into a tree and then caught fire there. the crash is still under investigation. he died of natural causes, that's the conclusion of the investigation. into the death of an arlington county inmate this summer. sheriffs found 48-year-old anthony gordon unconscious in a medical unit cell on august 22nd. their investigation is now over. gordon's death was due to his extensive history of medical problems. the university of mary washington says it welcomes a federal probe. the u.s. justice -- or education department has launched a civil rights investigation into the fredericksburg, virginia, school that comes after a member of the student group feminist united was murdered back in april. her housemate is charged with her death. at a press conference today the group said many of its members
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received threats on social media before the graceman was killed and they claim nothing was done about it. >> the goal is to make colleges safe for all students, women, people of color, the lgbt community and put it squarely on schools to make that happen. >> late this afternoon the schools responded to our request for comments saying university of mary washington, the prevention of sexual misconduct is an institutional priority. the school says it welcomes guidance by the u.s. department of education. the president says prescription drug abuse and the heroin epidemic are real and the government needs to make it a priority in order to stop the problem. today he visited west virginia, that state leading the nation in overdose deaths. the president said drug abuse is a problem that does not discriminate. >> white, black, hispanic, young, old, rich, poor, urban,
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suburban, men and women, it could happen to the doctor who writes him the prescription. >> the president also pushed his budget plan that includes money for substance abuse education and prevention programs. well, the speculation is over. vice president joe biden will not be running for president. his announcement today comes as a big sorry prize to many in his home state. tim furlong reports about what some in delaware is saying about biden's decision tonight. >> this is what many delawareans did not want to hear. joe is a no-go for president. >> unfortunately, i believe we're out of time, the time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination. >> reporter: we shared the news with people in millford. >> oh, come on, man, why? we need joe. >> reporter: we also shared the news. i think it's sad and joe biden is a good person and he's been in delaware his whole life and i think he would have made a good
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candidate. >> reporter: he spent the summer grieving his son beau and died of brain cancer in may. he was -- and most people believe after all joe biden has been through, he just didn't have it in him to run. biden himself had publicly questioned whether he had the energy for it. >> the run for president and take on 100% all of that motion and all of that garbage. who wants to do it? >> the obamas show off their vocal skills today. >> happy birthday to you, happy birthday doctor usher. >> we will share the birthday serenade at the white house. the defense begins its case in the trial of the accused serial killer and among the first witnesses and the parents who called him charlie
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this week's wednesday's child is a wonderful young man who is a real winner, he just needs the right team to play on. that team would include a mom, dad, grandparents and uncles and whoever would come with a new adopted family. cody is good at kicking the ball toward the goal, but his real goal is finally having a place to call home. >> so you really like soccer, huh? >> 9-year-old cody says he loves playing soccer and was really
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excited about coming here for some tips on improving his game from soccer coach dan ferguson, and after a quick change he was ready to hit the field, to kick the ball around a bit. in cody's young life he's the one who has been bowned around, ending up in the foster care system. >> he's been bounced around from relative to relative and finally he had a caretaker that wasn't treating him well, wasn't able to care for his needs. >> she says cody who is doing well now came into the foster care system with a challenge of building self-esteem. it's helped that he's feeling a sense of accomplishment on the field. >> i was kicking the ball from the cone into the goal. >> you like school? >> yes, ma'am. >> what's your favorite subject at school? >> science. >> cody says he wants to be an inventor when he grows up. before that, he'd like to finally have a real, permanent, loving family. >> i want a home that doesn't have a dog already, and i want
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to buy it. >> he's a great kid. he's happy, energetic, gosh, he just lights up your world every time he smiles. >> cody wants a family to love him and -- >> i would love them back. >> and that love will surely light up the world for a family lucky enough to adopt cody. >> i had lots of fun. >> what a nice young man. if you have room in your home and your heart for cody or another child that's waiting, please call the special adoption hotline and the number is 1-88-to-adopt me or search nbcwashington.com and jim and wendy, i hope he gets lots of calls. >> super kid. >> thanks, barbara. big development in the charles severance case. the father of an accused serial killer takes the witness stand today. we've got a live report for you next. why is a delaurean time machine and marty mcfly in reston? it's because the future is now and one virginia community is
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going all out
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the parents of a suspected serial killer took the witness stand today in their son's defense. charles severance's parents say they've had concerns about their son's mental health for years. >> but his dad pushed back against the prosecutor's suggestions that his son was dangerous. our bureau chief julie carey is live once again with today's developments. jules? >> reporter: well, he is charlie severance to his parents and their testimony today critical to the defense team as it tries to convince jurors that severance's violent rants and writings were just a part of his mental health issues, not evidence that he's a killer. admiral stan severance says it wasn't until charlie's late teen years that they began to notice mental health issues. he told defense attorneys he and his wife urged severance to get help, but his son refused. his son's rambling writings and often disjointed speech was a feature of his mental illness.
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prosecutors say they reveal his motive and a plan to kill three alexandria residents. he conceded his son would get agitated when the child custody battle came up. i tried to calm him down and talk about sports. the father grew testy when brian porter pushed hard about his son's behavior. asked porter, would you agree he had a quick temper. stan severance, he can have, yes. would you agree he had a strong hatred for police officers. dislike, yes. did you hear him say the only good cop is a dead cop. yes. wouldn't you characterize that as hatred? defense attorneys questioned a key piece of prosecution evidence. it's a target security video that shows a man resembling severance. is that your son asked the defense attorney, no said severance firmly. this picture shows what his son looked like in 2003 and the
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defense sought to discredit the most important witness in the case. jeanette franco the woman who survived the shooting that killed ruthanne lodato. in the courtroom two weeks ago she identified charles severance as the man who pulled the trigger, but this sketch she helped create shows a much shorter beard. the psychologist testified troum attic events make it much more differ cult to recall what someone looks like especially when a gun is involved. >> we tend to see a narrowing of attention during a traumatic experience and that is for example, a gun, you are going to be focused on the issue of where the gun is. >> reporter: julie carey, news 4. a grave act of irresponsibility and unkof unconscionab unconscionable. that is how the vatican is regarding an article that suggests pope francis has a brain tumor. a japanese doctor arrived by helicopter to the vatican months
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ago. there were no helicopter flights during that time and adding if a doctor did come he must be a ghost. the pope was at his regularly scheduled audience today appearing in good health. we hope you'll join us this saturday for the walk to end hiv and the fund-raising walk and 5k benefits whitman walker health and it benefits those infected with hiv/aids. it begins at 9:00 a.m. at freedom plaza and our chuck bell and eun yang will kick off the event and we have been a proud partner of this event since 1986. >> we have a busy weekend between this walk and the marine corps marathon. >> which, jim, you'll be there live. >> out of the two days, right. >> where right now it looks as though we're talking about wet weather moving through. i've got the hourly forecast coming up in just a moment and we are talking about showers
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this evening and early tomorrow morning and it's the meteor showers, yes. so you have to wait until after midnight, off the horizon there, and the orionid meteor shower and you should see them at 20, 25 miles per hour because we have a mostly clear sky and they peak early tomorrow morning around 5:00 a.m. and something to see always. as far as rain chances go, we mentioned sunday and a rain chance there and again, the early part of next week and right now it looks as though they could be tuesday and i'll give you more timing on that and what will be taking place next week. the recreational forecast and nice for the evening and we're in the 70s and we'll drop to the mid-60s and if you like today you'll like tomorrow and we've still got an area of high pressure and look at that area, pennsylvania right on down to virginia and the only thing about tomorrow is we'll start to see high clouds push into the area and a beautiful day, though. 9:00 a.m., and 60 degree, the
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temperature and the kids are out the door tomorrow morning and i think without the jacket they can get by with just the long sleeves and the long panteds and that's about it, this is the warmest day that we've had in quite some time coming out tomorrow. we'll top out to 76 degrees and play to 78 in fredericksburg and still warm conditions off to the west like warrenton, as well and 77, 78 degrees and here's the forecast for the walk to end hiv on saturday and those temperatures push from the upper 40s to the mid-50s, 11:00 a.m. and saturday is the pretty day out of the weekend and a lot of sunshine, just a little chilly and it may be a breeze, too, kicking in by the afternoon and lots of sunshine for saturday and meanwhile, on saturday, on sunday, that's when the clouds will roll in and some cloud cover and yes, some rain between 6:00 and 9:00 a.m. and we're talking about showers and nothing heavy and moderate and you will get wet, too, calling it a chilly rain and that should be wrapping up by around 11:00
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a.m. and just before noon, testimony temperatures hit 62, 65 degrees between 11:00 and 1:00 p.m. here's a look at your storm team four-day forecast from the mid-60s this weekend from the low to mid-60s next week and more seasonable conditions expected with what could be some drizzly-type conditions and light rain showers expected maybe tuesday late into wednesday, but again, a very warm day coming up tomorrow. we've got a lot more on that coming up on news 4 at 6:00. >> all right. v.j., thank you. marty mcfly took us all on a wild trip back to the future. in the second movie, his time machine transported him to today, october 21, 2015. news 4's angie goff is in one virginia community going all out to take us all back in time. >> where are we? >> october 21, 2015. >> the time has come. marty mcfly's future is now.
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and in reston, virginia, camcorders, power boards, the countdown is over. >> i have been waiting for this day since fifth grade. >> the time continuum has been disrupted to 2015. >> reston changed its name to hill valley. >> they voted unanimously to do that. the community along with the washington film festival hosted a screeninging on one of the most successful trilogies of all time. >> it helps people think forward about the future and how we can all be a part of changing the future. >> reporter: that's a tribute without a time machine, of course, coming soon. 14 delaureans just like this arriving here at the reston town center for a big, red carpet celebration. >> you tell me you built a time machine out of a delaurean? >> doc brown himself, christopher lloyd and other cast members will attend a special screening sunday. >> i took off work so i could
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celebrate it. i've been calling it the high holiday of the year. >> reporter: fans can come see the stars and the cars close up from the flex capacitor to plutonium. >> it drops in just like it does in the move. >> marty spent three years re-creating it all. >> started drilling holes. >> it's a time machine for life. >> i need to borough your hover board. >> still taking us for a ride. >> where we're going, we don't need roads. >> reporter: that's timeless. in hill valley, angie goff, news 4. >> for a full schedule of future day events happening tonight and on sunday in reston go to our nbc washington app and search future day. it is donating 100% of the box office sales to the michael j. fox parkinson's research. singer issuer received a special is oning from the
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president and first laid. >> this is how you have -- the video clip posted by singer usher is racking up the views on facebook. >> it happened during usher's recent trip to the white house and usher performed for the first couple during his visit. >> there you go! >> it sounded pretty good. women band together to fight back after they were told they had to trade sex for repairs. hear how the victims took action after someone tried to take advantage of them in a public housing complex. i'm tom sherwood in the district. we asked mayor muriel bowser today and she strongly defends an independent political action committee that's raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to support her political agenda. to support her political agenda. i'll h
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i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. republican hal parrish claims he improved transportation. but the truth is he was nowhere to be found. literally. parrish holds a seat on the northern virginia transportation authority, but 34 times he failed to show up for meetings. parrish skipped more meetings than any other member. and hal parrish refused to support the bi-partisan transportation bill. why would we want to get stuck with republican hal parrish in richmond?
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a group of women living in public housing in baltimore say maintenance men refused to repair their apartments unless they had sex with them. prosecutors are investigating those claims and considering criminal charges. barry simms has the story. >> reporter: the allegations are against housing maintenance employees and women, now making it 11, asking for sex before making repairs in westport and govans manor. >> it's heartbreaking to hear the emotion come out in their
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voices and see what they've been through and how they're handling it. you have to appreciate that these women have been victims of abuse so this is bringing up those emotions again. >> the original accusations are against clinton coleman and michael robertson, a representative adding another employee to the lawsuit, doug hughesy an employee at govans manor. the attorneys also say a housing worker who lives at gillmore homes told a top official about her experience. >> when an employee of the authority told the second in command at the housing authority about what she had personally experienced he had an investigator call her and tell her they couldn't assure her safety it she pressed forward with the allegations. that type of threat can't be tolerated in government. >> reporter: in an affidavit a woman living at govans manor claims hughesy told her he would do a bill cosby on her. she asked him to stop disrespecting her. he stopped making repairs and told her he would not be helping her in any way until she helped
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him and gave him what shemented. >> he ignored her work orders to fix broken door and a bannister unattached to a wall telling her, you get what you ask for and you get what you pay for and you get what you put out. now at 6:00, an arrest and murder in an upscale neighborhood. the suspect's connection to the victim and why police aren't identifying him yet. >> one man tied to two violent crimes on metro. new tonight, the security measures in place now to keep passengers safe in light of those attacks. >> paul ryan makes his move for speaker of the house, but can republicans meet his demands? >> first to politics and some remarkable moments in the rose garden today. nearly five months after the death of his son beau, vice president joe biden decides not to make a third run for the white house. >> unfortunately, i believe we're out of time. the time necessary to mount a
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winning campaign for the nomination, but while i will not be a candidate, i will not be silent. >> and with that, the vice president made some pointed comments widely considered to be aimed at democrat front-runner hillary clinton. >> we have team coverage of all of this. let's begin with steve handelsman. he's live at the white house with new reaction. >> doreen and jim. this was emotional here at the white house, a bit like joe biden saying good-bye. afterwards, hillary clinton called the vice president and praised him in a statement and she said he will keep fighting for all of us, but not as a presidential candidate as he finally revealed today. with his wife jill and president obama by his side, vice president joe biden said it is too late for him to run for president. >> unfortunately, i believe we're out of time. the time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination. >> reporter: the bidens have

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