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bell and the weather. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, eun and angie. quite a chill. 30s and 40s. but quite a day of sunshine coming your way. that big rain in texas, we have a texas-sized soaker coming our way for the middle of the week. there tees rain right now moving out of louisiana and mississippi. looks like wednesday could be quite the washout. we're off the a dry start. 36 in mar tins burg. 49 in leesburg, 50 in manassas. your forecast in prince williams county, 54 by the time you're sitting down to din e. new trouble on a critical inbound route from melissa mollet. >> take a look. brand-new crash just happened here. the crash looks like it's probably cleared out of the way, not seeing the flashing lights any longer. another new problem, 70
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eastbound as you're approaching 270. accident there. 66 webb at lehigh way, disabled vehicle and we have the toll road there. report of a crash. right now not seeing those slowdowns any longer. we're back to silver service. we'll see you in ten minutes. >> thank you, melissa. investigators hope autopsies will help them find out how two teens died over the weekend. the couple was found dead inside a minivan in dale city. two high schools will have grief counselors on hand. "news4's" molette green is follow developments at osborne high school. molette, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, eun. police are saying they're working with the medical examiner to determine the exact cause of death. autopsies are separate today, which will give them a lot more answers here. autopsies today. we know from the family the two teens were in a relationship. they had been to middle school
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today. 17-year-old india davis was a senior at osborne high, the other teen found dead, 17-year-old lyle fehr enjer who was a senior at barfield high. police discovered them saturday after their families reported them missing. they were found locked in the minivan, dead at the scene near dale city. police say they had injured but did not give us any details about that. the girl's brother who confirmed the two were in a loin described ferringer as a nice guy, but as you might imagine, this is a shock to a lot of people in this community, and so grief counselors will be at both of the schools the students attended this morning. that's the latest. i'm molette green. back to you. >> thank you, molette. two men arrested for robbing and killing a montgomery man will face a judge.
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they're accused of murdering garrett mcclees. police say the three did know each other and the shooting death may be drug-related. today police will be on hand after a shooting plot was foiled. two students are arrested in connection with that alleged plot. investigators say the students planned to call in a bomb threat and shoot students and teachers as they left the high school. we found one is 15, one is 17. they're being hold without bond as a juvenile detention facility and will be in court this week. it was uncovered by chance through postings on a media site. classes will go on at a d.c. school. police say a van smashed into a school. he hid a utility bus and gas
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meter before smashing through the front door. police say whemt to the hospital but his injuries are not serious. no one was inside the school or in front of it at the time. they were able to repair it late last night. new video from a capsized boat off of vancouver island in canada. the whale-watching boat sunk. have new cell phone video showing the back of the boat under water. five people dead. right now one person is missing. the coast guard was able to rescue everyone else. that's 21 people. the mayday call came in. but there's no word on what went wrong. was clear calm sunny day. back to you guys. i jumped out and go, no, you're going to wrong way. stop, stapp. >> she accelerated. >> disbelief and a tone of
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disgust this morning after a woman crashes into a crowd at an oklahoma state university home coming parade. four have died. 17 are in the hospital,ive of them cy cat condition. they gathered for a vigil last night. police believe 25-year-old adacia chamberses with drunk or on drugs. her attorney said she suffered from mental illness and suffered sleeping. her attorney plans to ask for a mental evaluation. a hit-and-run in montgomery county is under investigaion. it happened on mitchell street in kensington last night. police say the drivers and the victi victims knew each other. the victim then got out of his screen and hi hit him with his
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car. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. 6:06 now. mayor muriel bowser will celebrate the grand opening of the new wing of udc community college. there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:00 this morning. the expansion allows for 1,100 more students and 13 more labs and classrooms. will also allow for more work force training programs to help get residents back to work. all right. the redskins head into the buy week with an incredible comeback win against tampa bay. hope you saw this. it was incredible. never in franchise history have they overcome a deficit like this. they were down 24 points to 0 at the half. a lot of fans gave up. they came pack to win the game, 31-30 against the bucs. kick was pretty excited.
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>> you like that! you like that. >> the redskins fans love that. they're 6-0 light nright now. >> metro heroes. what they did to bring down an armed man on a metro train. right now two problems. crashes on both spots. details coming up. also ahead people across texas are waking up to more
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narrator: for state senate, who shares our values? jeremy mcpike - supports school funding. thinks women should make their own health care decisions. and favors background checks on all gun sales. hal parrish? as mayor, he slashed education. fought to block women's health clinics. parrish gets an "a" from the gun lobby - they oppose background checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. virginia extreme or mainstream? vote mcpike for virginia. feinblatt: everytown for gun safety action fund sponsored this ad.
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a developing story this morning out of detroit. the union workers will not go on
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strike. the uaw said local union leaders will meet wednesday to vote on the agreement. this contract covers nearly 53,000 workers am a strike could still happen since the united autoworkers union has not yet reached an agreement with ford. residents in houston still dealing with massive flooding. several water rescues took place overnight. cars quickly became submerged trying to drive below an overpass. they also rescued two homeless men sleeping under a bridge. several cars and trucks went under water. over the past 24 hours a record rain fall, in some places over a foot of rain. >> it's feeling more like fall every day here and i like it that way. >> uh-huh, that's right. this morning is no exception. we check in with the meteorologist tom kierein. he's live on the weather deck. good morning. >> you need a warm coat and it's
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beginning to look like fall. a little bit of a breeze. and checking the "storm team 4" section of the nbc washington app, it's 49 degrees here. feels like 44 with that light breeze. so dress accordingly. and as you're driving this morning, we have dry pavement. you'll need your heater on. it will be around 0 dries. a rather chilly day. bright sunshine. traveling today, no problems. traveling tomorrow, increasing rain. it could be some problems as we get into wednesday. we've got breaking news with 66. what's going on, melissa? >> a four-mile backup approaching this area because of a crash because it looks like it may be off to the right side of the roadway right now. still, major delays. outer loop as you're approaching georgia avenue, chopper 4 showing us that slowdown because of the crash.
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270 from german town, you're on time. starting to slow. at 14 minutes. overall not so bad. remember to listen to your friends on wtop, 103.5 f.m. when you hop in your car. one of the headaches of labor may be all for nothing. why doctors say mothers hay not need to fast while in the delivery room. prince harry is getting prince harry is getting ready for a trip to our
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the washington post endorses democrat jeremy mcpike for state senate. applaung mcpike's "ideas about getting traffic moving." the post warns republican hal parrish "holds rigid positions against medicaid expansion and common-sense gun safety." and parrish was the deciding vote to restrict women's health clinics in manassas, forcing women to go elsewhere for cancer screenings and birth control. jeremy mcpike is the better choice. i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad.
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new information is coming in quick that struck in the hour. we just found out that at least four people are dead. reports we're getting in say people in pakistan and india also felt it happening around 2:00 p.m. the other piece of information coming into our newsroom is that the quake was downgraded from a 7.7 to a 7.5 that's still very powerful. also a school collapsed in pack sta pakistan. a deadly rescue. a 20-year-old man faces charges this morning. police say two metro employees tackled him when they fought with passengers and threatened
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him with a gun. transit officers arrested rondez tibbs as he stopped along the green line. two metro employees pinned him down. police say he robbed them earlier in the day at the anacostia station. another look. this shows officials searching the metro car after officers cuffed him. he faces armed robbery and gun charges. closing arguments could come this week in the trial of the serial killer charles severance. he's accused of killing three prominent residents over ten years. they claim his murderous writing was a product of his mental health and not a true desire to kill. "news4's" julie car carey will more. dozens gathered outside the
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united believers in christ. the church is one of seven set on fire in the last two weeks. investigators believe the fires are connected and the cause is arson. so far no one has been arrested. d.c. business leaders and energy advocacy groups are calling for them. mayor muriel bowser made a deal after it was first rejected. the group public citizen is having a phone conference this morning. a recent "washington post" university of maryland post shows 25% of self-identified democrats don't know who they'll choose in april's primary. they started touring colleges
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and senior centers across the state. representative van holland launched a series of tv ads in the baltimore area. >> sound the horning, roll out the red carpet. there is a royal visit set for this week. prince harry will visit the d.c. area wednesday. our news partner wtop reports he will attend an invictus game. he'll also attend a reception at the british ambassador's home in the district. >> losing someone to cancer does not get any easier. former coach flip saunders died from cancer at the age of 60. saunders coached the wizards for nearly two subpoenas. from there he went to the minnesota timberwolves. in june he was diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma and announced
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he would sit out the entire 2015. marathon winner trevor lafontaine completed the race in mo 2:24. get this. this was his first marathon ever. on the women's side jenny suanca winning by more than seven minutes. congratulations to all of them. before the participants crossed the finish line, they had a chance to cross the wear blue mile. pictures of the fallen also lined the path. if many it was a time to say thank you. >> it means a lot because i didn't serve in the mill tai myself but there are friends and family who have sacrificed. and a big shout-out to everyone who came out and joined
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us on mile marker four to help cheer on all the participants. we had all the clappers out there, the peacocks. >> so inspirational, all the volunteers. and some of our "news4" families celebrated a huge milestone this weekend. we want to send our congratulations to them. >> wendy rieger and auld owe operator sylvia reese were inducted. this is a huge honor that have spent more than 25 years. congratulations to both of them. >> we love working with them. congratulations. a big night for nbc 4 too. >> look how beautiful they look. >> yes. a capitol hilly tay so far. >> yes, indeed. some upper 30s in the shenandoah valley. a little milder. there's the view from our tower
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looking southbound toward the national mall. all of our downtown monuments. nothing to worry about but you'll be turning the wipers on tomorrow afternoon. and wednesday looks like it's going to be close to a washout. rain chances back up to around 40%. a near 100% chance on wednesday. rains should be tapering off early thursday, leaning us to dry for thursday evening into friday. here's the weather at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning the skies will be turning partly to mostly cloudy and tl drops will be arriving. we could get our first drops here at the metro not long after the sun goes down tomorrow evening. plan on heavy rain. here's saturday night. moderate to heavy rain coming through the course of the rain. rain starting tomorrow afternoon. wednesday washout, one to two
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inches of rain locally by the time this all comes to an end. here it is now. this was at one time hurricane patricia when it came across mexico. it's all over the deep south. it arrives here tomorrow late in the day. 62 today. 50s tomorrow with the rain moving in. near 70 on wednesday. a mild but rainy day on wednesday. thursday we dry it tobacco out. halloween looks good on saturday as welg. >> 66 in fairfax county. a crash is off to the right side of the roadway. we just push this one out to let you know what's happening there. you can see how slow we are. 9 meals per hour right now as you head inbound partially because hoff this crash. this is northbound new hampshire avenue approaching the beltway. you can see the right lane
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blocked because of a traffic stop or accident. with you can see delays there as well. 270, we still have that crash. you can see we're a bit slow heading out of frederick here this morning, clears up after that, taking a look at prince george's county in a couple of minutes. >> just in trouble. media reporting that a car tried to crash through the gates and that shots there have been fired. the very latest we're getting in is that this gunman somehow got away from this pair trooper barracks in brussels. cars and trucks in the area are being searched right now and so far we have not heard of anyone being heard. back to you. >> thank you, kristin. well, it wasn't easy like sunday morning for new jersey governor chris christie. yesterday he was booted from the quiet car on amtrak. christie was leaving d.c. after
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making a television appearance. a christie spokeswoman said he sat in the quiet car by mistake. he eventually got up and moved to the cafe car. pregnant women may not have to fast during labor and may benefit. they say it's made pain control safer. patients should always check with their daughters and anesthesiologists and follow their recommendation on a case-by-case basis. >> reporter: the tonight show will go on but host jimmy fallon should be a little more careful. he hurt his hand after a party over the weekend. this is video from that. he tripped and -- there he goes. tumbles down. the tornt show host tweeted nothing a few band aides could
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not not fix. this comes a few weeks after he had stitches. >> on the other hand. >> apparently he had received a humor award. jimmy bubble wrap. >> he needs a pair of gloves. get the guy some gloves. they had to scrape the taping of the tor"the tonight show." he almost lost his finger. why business owners say the move is unfair. also ahead, breaking his silence about his decision not to run. what joe biden said kept him out of the presidential race. plus, we're watching what's going on with the remnants of hurricane patricia. the impact on your week. one of the four
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booming business or nachbltd that's the ordinance that could curb the noise at d.c. area bars and restaurants. what many could be required to do and why many say it's unfair in just minutes. >> first "storm team 4" is looking at changes in your forecast. the flooding in texas is part of a storm pushing its way east this morning and will impact your way. news team 4's chuck bell has more. chuck, what's going on? >> we'll be back into the snipe for today. that's the first thing you need to know is monday looks great. yes, indeed, rain could be heavy at times during the day on your wednesday and the weekend looks like it's going to be more treats than tricks. for today we'll have a couple of clouds around this morning. turning into a partly to mostly
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sunny afternoon. up into the low 60s by later on today with plenty of sunshine. tom's back with your what to wear forecast and school day. melissa? >> breaking news on the road. 66 and fairfax, we're sending a chopper they. that crash is off to the right side of the roadway. we still have a four-mile backup headed there. prince george's county overall looking good. no major problems good. you can see the issues. e'll be barack in a few minutes. >> today the most popular people to hang out. not very many are happy about it. more on what's going on.
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hi, derrick. >> reporter: it's relatively quiet now. the sound of the traffic, that's about the allowable level for the outside noise for residents. places like this, where people liv nearby, they say sometimes the establishments are a little too loud. that's going to be taken up before the council later today. the plan is to have bar answer restaurants that serve alcohol monitor their noise levels regularly and keep a log and report that to the regulatory places in the district. they say that's a bit much. all that's going to be taken up. here's information you need to know. at 10:00 there will be a hear. they will take a look at noise levels. it means people will have to report and regulate that data
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themselves. we're going to livestream that meeting on our app. >> police say speed and alcohol led to a crash. investigators say 17-year-old joshua oeshaw lost control of his truck early saturday morning. his truck hit a tree. he was flown to the hospital and later tied at the hospitalle. we're trying to learn the name of a woman who died at a ft. washington marine na this weekend. police say someone opened fire at the proud mary restaurant and bar. one woman said she heard as many as 30 shots. one man was also critically injured. residents say they hope a
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sight will help cut down on rob riis. they teach resident as what to do and what not do if they see a robber and shared tips on how neighborhoods can cut down on the risk of robberies. we're taking a closer look at the gop polls this morning. it appears republicans actually prefer an outsider candidate. dr. ben carson is the candidate most popularly viewed but republicans in this poll. 65% of them giving him a favorable rating. however, donald trump is viewed as the most electable. and donald trump following hillary clinton for a live town hall on the "today" show. he'll host a conversation in new hampshire. that's coming up at 7:00 a.m. right after "news4 today." and this morning we finally are hearing from vice president joe biden and his decision not to run for president. biden appeared on cbs's 60
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minutes where he talked about it and the death of his son beau. >> dealing with the loss of beau, any parent listening who's lost a child knows that you can't -- it doesn't follow schedules of primaries, caucuses, and contributors and everybody grieves at a different pace. >> he just announced last wednesday that he would not run after months of speculation. we can show you new video this morning of a recent special ops raid in iraq. kurdish authorities say this video shows thursday's rescue. they rescued at least 70 isis hostages. the didn't of defense also released a video showing an air strike that destroyed the prison where terrorists were holding those hostages. army master wheeler died in the fire fight. he was in oklahoma. today activists plan to
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announce the restoration of a battlefield. they'll have a rib bob cutting. the battle of brandy station happened on june 9th, 1863. it was the first fight of the gettysburg campaign. in a few hours we're going to find out how the district plans to handle snow removal. yes, we said snow. the department of public works showing off its snow fleet. prince george's county held a similar meeting last week. this is the dpw's first winter with christopher shorer in charge. keeping your kidses safe when they head out for trick-or-treating. the apps that can keep track of your ghosts and goblins whale
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they're out trick or treating. de. >> details wheng we co we come plus, campus put down
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the centers for medicare and medicaid services recently asked patients to rate the quality of over 3,500 hospitals. fewer than 10% received 5 stars. among them was cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia.
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welcome back at 6:40. we're following a developing story this week. police in north carolina searching for a shooter near a college campus. north carolina central university in durham was on lockdown for about 40 minutes last night after reports of gunfire. one student was hurt in that shooting but not seriously. the all clear was given just before mind. at one point the school tweeted about an active shooter on campus, but police had not located a suspected shooter. former president jimmy
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carter says he feels fine. while teaching school in sunday school in georgia he reveals he recently underwent radiation treatment on four places in his brain. he's also mediating a dispute on the children over items in his estate. he calls it, quote, challenge, emt quote. >> ilove that he's feeling fine, looking fine and teaching. >> still working. >> that right. it's still chilly. we hear the sun is coming out. >> we need help. we're calling it #sunnymonday. how much sun are we talking about, tom? >> quite a bit. quite a bit of cloudiness. still dark. sunrise still about almost an hour away. not until around 7:30 this morning but we'll change that when we fall back late saturday night. we'll get our sun rises in an
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hour earlier. what to wear, a medium jacket at least. you'll need it. by mid afternoon it will be in the low 50s and jumping into the low 60s maybe by late afternoon with the increasing sunshine. a look at the rain chances increasing. that's coming up at 6:51. still the slowdown. >> still have this. these headlights. earlier crash. the delays do remain this morning. allow yourself extra time if you're headed out soon. 270 here. a couple of minutes behind. not bad. beltway, top of the beltway is slow. nothing wrong there. 270 on the outer loop, going to take you 25 minutes. 66 inbound from fairfax county parkway, you're okay. 95 north quantico to the beltway, you're on time. remember to listen to wtop 103.5
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f.m. as you hop in your car. first in canada where rescue teams are searching the pacific for a person still missing. plus a community left shaken after the deaths of two teenagers in prince williams county. your time right now, 6:43.
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narrator: for state senate, who shares our values? jeremy mcpike - supports school funding. thinks women should make their own health care decisions. and favors background checks on all gun sales. hal parrish? as mayor, he slashed education. fought to block women's health clinics. parrish gets an "a" from the gun lobby - they oppose background checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. virginia extreme or mainstream? vote mcpike for virginia. feinblatt: everytown for gun safety action fund sponsored this ad.
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right now we're working on developing stories. first in prince williams county where schools there are preparing to help students after the sudden deaths of two classmates. >> plus a plan tick search under way for a person still missing after a whale-watching boat capsizes in vancouver. but first "storm team 4" meteorologist chuck bell with what you need to know as you head out the door. hey, chuck. >> it's a chilly one outside. a warmup a little bit as you head out the door. chilly and dry. biggest problem right now is on 66 at fairfax county parkway. four miles worth of backup. thank you, melissa.
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autopsies are skeualed to find out how two teenagers died over the weekend. they were found dead inside a minivan. "news4's" molette green with where grief counselors will be. good morning. >> good morning. still lots to learn here. we're working to find out how and why the two 17-year-olds india davis and lyle ferringer decide. police say this was not random and they're working with the medical examiners to get an exact cause of death. police discovering the two saturday after their families reported them missing, found inside the back of a locked minivan pronounced dead at the scene. now, police said they had injuries but would not give any further details. the girl's brother who confirmed the two were in a relationship
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together described ferringer as a nice guy. davis was a senior here at osborne park high where students and faculty are now arriving for a difficult day. that is the latest live here from manassas. back to you. >> molette, thanks so much. two men arrested for robbing and killing a man will face a judge for a bond hearing. 24-year-old earl bennett and 22-year-old shante glie yet are accused of kill garrett mcclees at edgewood park. police say they knew each other. today drug counselors will be at a high school. two students are arrested in connection with the alleged plot. investigators say that the students plan to call in a bomb threat, then shoot students and
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teachers as they left the high school. we have learned one student is 15-year-olds old, the other, 17. they're held without bond and will be back in court. they were uncovered by text message. social media led students to contact authorities. right now someone's still missing from a boat that sank off vancouver island. it was a whale watching boat out on tour with 27 people on board. this is cell phone video showing the back end of the boat under water. five people are dead, one missing, and 21 were rescued. help did arrive some 30 minutes after a mayday call went out. the weather, we understand, was clear. back to you. >> i jumped out. no, you're going the wrong way. >> she accelerated.
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>> disbelief after a woman crashed into a crowd at an oklahoma state university home coming parade. four people died. 17 others are in the hospital. five of them in critical condition. the community gathered for a vigil last night. police believe 25-year-old day shah chambela chambers. chambers should be in court today to face four second-degree murder charges. her attorney says he plans to ask for a mental evaluation. police expect results of a toks kol jit report soon to see whether she had anything in her system. the suspect and the victim in a hit-and-run knew each other, that is according to police. the two men were fighting while driving in separate vehicles. the victim then got out of his
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vehicle and the victim hit tl suspect with a car. the suspect later turned himself in to police. classes will go on today at a d.c. school despite the damage you can see right here. wow. police say a man in his 60s smashed into sam miguel school yesterday. he hit a utility box and gas meter before smashing through the front door. police say he went to the hospital but his injuries are not serious. no one was inside of the school or in front of it. crews were able to repair the damage late last night. >> in d. krchc. mayor muriel bo will cut the ribbon during the ceremony. it will allow for more work force training programs to help get residents back to work.
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break news on the roads right now. my system is not cooperating with me right now, but we do have a problem here. chopper four showing us a problem. 66 at fairfax county parkway, so very slow there. also waxville road we have brand-new crash there slowing things a bit. 270. you can see several different patches. it's going to be a longer than normal commute. slow from rockville to the spur here as well. taking a look at the top of the beltway, b.w. parkway, a report of a crash. just got off the phone with police. they're saying they don't have any problem there. taking a look inbound, 12 miles per hour as you'rehooded in at lorton road, no problem there. chuck. >> thanks. melissa, no weather trouble coming your way but a whole lot of rain coming this week.
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clouds often in our sky. 29 at national airport. a chilly start. 30s and 40s now. wheel turn into low 60s by later this afternoon and a dry start for now and a big chance for rain coming our way later this week. upper 50s by noon and most temperatures will be in the loi 60s with an increasing amount of sunshine. great fall color near peak. if you want to see the pretty leaves, gem get out and get your pictures early because this heavy rain and pretty good amount of wimt event coming your way. again for now, "storm team 4" radar all clear. here's future weather starting tomorrow morning. tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. skies going mostly cloudy. rain into the shnt valley by mid tomorrow afternoon. rain into the metro area not lock after the sun goes down tomorrow and heavy at times.
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7:00 wednesday morning. right up into the evening rush as well. so could get one to two inches of rain locally. likely to be out toward the shenandoah valley but everybody has a chance of getting an inch of rain. again, two inches or more possible. here's your seven-day forecast. enjoy the dry weather. sunshine and 62. rain late tomorrow. all day wednesday looks wet. thursday's afternoon's high looks dry and halloween dry as well. in the newsroom, we're finding out just how bad an earthquake that hit afghanistan just a little while ago was. we have new pictures from media reports from pakistan where the quake was felt too. it's not easy to make out all of these pictures but you basically see a lot of chaos. a school collapsed in pakistan. dozens of people are hurt and the numbers coming in at this point say at least four people were killed in pakistan. now, people in india felt the
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quake as well. not a lot of information coming in at this point from afghanistan. the quake hitting, though, in the middle of the afternoon. back to you. >> something you should beware of over the halloween weekend. police are concerned about new forms of ecstasy designed to look like candy. you can see the colorful pills. they do look like candy. they're saying a couple of these could lead to an overdose. one of the great things for new or worried parents is there are certain apps that can help keep you and your family safe during trick or treating. we want to go through a cup ol' of them. first, family locater so family can see where their family is. second. life 360. you can set up some boundaries. note fi kalgs will go off,. >> third, red panic button.
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it sends ena pang button. there will be a google maps link. one more idea is to set up alarms for a few times in the night when you want to do a check-in. but if you're doing halloween, these are great to use. >> let's check in with kristin at the live desk. this just in. rock creek county elementary school is closed today because of flooding. that just in. rock creek valley elementary clowe e closed today because of flooding. back to you. >> here are four things you need to know. d.c. council members will discuss new noise restrictions. we expect many bars and restaurant owners to contest today's proposal. an exclusive "today" show convenient is coming up in just a few minutes. matt lauer will host pancakes
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and politics with gop front-runner donald trump. and one sl missing after a boat capsizes. an autopsy are scheduled today. fehr in jer was a senior at gar-field high school. >> thanks so much for joining us. >> the "today" show is next p hope
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good morning. breaking news. a whale watching boat sanction off the coast of vancouver. at least five people dead, 21 rescued. one person still missing this morning. record rain. nearly two feet in parts of texas. baton rouge, louisiana, saturated. flooding widespread as the remnants of that massive hurricane patricia race across the south. any regrets? vice president joe biden opens up in a new interview about just how close he came to running for president. >> i'll be very blunt. if i thought we could have put together the campaign that our supporters deserved and our contributors deserved, i would have gone out and done it. >> this morning r a


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