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bonnie's husband, david ever since. some marie has details on the arrest. >> reporter: good evening. that's right. we have confirmed suspect david black is in police custody charged with first-degree murder. police say he stabbed his estranged wife, bonnie black to death. you may recall she was a 42-year-old psychologist, found dead inside her home after a neighbor found her 3-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter dressed in pajamas wondering outside their mother's house in the street last april. david black, her estranged husband lived nearby around a few blocks away. they were scheduled to have a divorce proceeding that week of the murder. police said david black was cooperating in the investigation at the time. today, a grand jury heard evidence and testimony and indicted david black. we will post it on our wced a
washington d.c. app as soon as it becomes available. >> only on news4 at 11, inside the interrogation. >> how did she die? >> you killed her. >> now, we see the evidence that put george hughley away for the murder. wanted man, new pictures of the guy police are connecting to the robbery of an 84-year-old woman. >> how your next online review could cost you thousands in legal fees, the fine print to look for before you hit send. >> a chilling video. tonight, we're going inside the interrogation of the uva lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend, yardley love. our affiliate in charlottesville nbc 29 obtained video of that interrogation. they were released because hughley has exhausted all possible appeals. the u.s. supreme court decided
not to hear his case. he thought he was answering questions because love had been assaulted and he said she had been hitting her own head against the wall and it soon revealed she was the suspect in her murder. >> i think you knew that already. >> no, i did not. >> she's dead? >> because you killed her, george. >> because you killed her. >> he was originally charged with first-degree murder but convicted of second degree murder in 2010 and sentence to prison. a man attacks an 83-year-old woman as she is getting groceries. the robbery happened at a safe way off braddock road. that's where we find jackie
bensen. >> reporter: jim, when we told people about this crime, told them there were surveillance pictures of the suspect, they said, please, show them on tv. police say the 84-year-old woman had just finished her shopping, was wheeling her grocery bags to her car about 7:00 sunday evening at the seay way on braddock road in fairfax. suddenly, a man came up behind her. he yanked her purse which caused theory fall to the ground. then he ran away with it. when police arrived, they called an ambulance for the victim. detectives got these images from a k-mart where the victim's credit card was used later that day. they'd like to talk to this man. shoppers at the safe way were shaking their head. >> it's a terrible thing. i hope they catch him. is she going to be all right? >> reporter: the victim was taken to the hospital and treated for her injuries. if you've seen that man, call fairfax county police. live in fairfax, jackie bensen.
leader of the group sons of confederate veterans is going to court to stop the recall of confederate license plates in virginia. a federal judge already ruled virginia can outlaw plates with the confederate battle flag. the sons of confederate veterans say they shouldn't be forced to return their old plates to the dmv of the 1600 issued. so far only about 200 have come back. new parents will no longer be getting free gift bags from formula makers when they leave maryland hospitals. they have banned all hospitals from giving them out that include kowps acoupe coupons ant will encourage breastfeeding and not endorse the formula. he's handled a large
aerospace company but does that make neal cohen a good fit for taking over metro. sterling phillips said cohen's experience atk means cohen had to put safety at the forefront. phillip says cohen's success in the industry means he's dealt with lots of moving parts and complexity. metro and cohen are still negotiating terms of his contract. the first full day of negotiations in the charles severance trial sended without a verdict. based on what we saw in the courtroom don't expect a decision any time soon. jurors requested more markers and easel pad and copy of the jury instructions. they have to go through about 100 witnesses testimony and thousands of pages of severances writing. >> we have much cooler numbers on the way for tomorrow, huh? >> yeah. much cooler numbers by 10 to 15
degrees. you will notice it tomorrow morning. this morning a very nice start, temperatures already in the 60s but tomorrow morning a little different. you step out to the bus stop, look at these numbers. 50 degrees early in the morning. that jacket will be needed. you will be in the 40s in the suburbs between 7:00 and 8:00 an a.m. in the 70s tomorrow and then the 50s. falling temperatures through the day tomorrow. a very cool friday night. if you have any outdoor activities tomorrow night, going to any parties going on, very cool. we'll talk about how cool it is and halloween night, very cool air. we will take you hour by hour coming up. >> thank you. crews removed the tail section and some 6,000 feet of tether from that run away military blimp. and army captain said state police fired 100 shots at the helium blaster to help it deflate. the billion dollars 142 foot
long blimp broke free. from aberdeen, maryland and crashed 125 miles north in pennsylvania. no word why the blimp broke away. right now, federal transportation officials are trying to figure out why the engine on this boeing 767 burst into frames injuring near -- flames injuring nearly two dozen people. 101 passengers and crew members were packed on the dynamics airways flight bound for venezuela. they heard screaming, saw flames and ran toward the front of the plane. the pilot reported an engine fire. those on board another plane say fuel was leaking from the plane right before the flight began. passengers had to jump on chutes to slide onto the run way. >> we got out and started running to the grass as far away from there as possible. >> rescue crews say most of the victims were injured during the evacuation, not by the fire. right now senators are
pulling an all nighter to get a major budget deal passed. because of procedural rules the senate can't vote on the house-passed measure until 1:00 in the morning. it is expected to pass and would avert a shut down or default until after the presidential election. senator marco rubio is expected to take part in that vote. presidential candidate jeb bush criticized rubio for missing votes this year. paul ryan was officially sworn in today and immediately promised a fresh start after turmoil within his own party led to his election. ryan said he is not out to settle any scores and wants to start with a clean slate. >> we have tough issues. we will take them head on. we are going to do all we can do so working people get their strength back and people not working get their lives back. no more favors for the few, opportunity for all. that is our motto.
>> at age 45, ryan is the you youngest house speaker since 1869, and the first to be born in the 1970s. >> a big day for the new speaker. we're being reminded how far he's come from waiter to second in line to the white house. tex-mex restaurant down on the hill put this sign after saying congratulations former t-coast server, paul ryan. ryan was a waiter there in his early days as a congressional starve making some extra money. it's still a popular place for starves and members and there's even a private room reportedly used to plot strategy. new tonight, vre says you won't have to worry about service cuts at the start of next year. the rail service warned last week it was going to have to suspend service because of a deadline to install positive train control by 2016. president obama is expected to sign a three year extension of that deadline.
it's designed to automatically stop a train to avoid a crash or derailment caused by excessive speed. sued for her bad review, a woman reports a weight loss company to the better business bureau, then gets taken to court. the fine print you should look for before your next online review. also new at 11:00, the justice department taking sides over transgender students and high school bathrooms. is this the newest trend in d.c.? the developer says forget the wet bar, get a grow closet for your legal marijuana. eastbound 7 shifted to new lanes between rolling holly drive and reston avenue. drive and reston avenue. some alternating
i'm jill mccabe, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad. all the mouthwash in the world won't help dick black. because what comes out of his mouth is just offensive. black said gays and lesbians lead "lifestyles that are harmful to the culture of this state." he dismissed rape in the military, calling it "as predictable as human nature." black opposes the use of birth control and voted to force women seeking abortions
to have intrusive transvaginal ultrasounds. dick black. so extreme, it's dangerous. developing tonight, the obama administration is taking sides in a virginia transgender school battle. the case centers around a 16-year-old transgender boy. the gloucester county student is suing to use the boys restrooms at his high school. the high school says they are violating the law if they prevent gender students from using the bathroom corresponding to their identity. the obama administration decision could have far reaching effect because schools are struggling how to accommodate transgender students. marijuana grow closes. check it out. d.c. developer, eric hirschfield was renovating a condo in the park view area this year when he
thought of turning an extra upstairs closet into a grow area. the room is equipped with power, lamps and sunlight that simulate exhaust fans, a drainage system and is childproof. the condo just sold for well over 800,0$800,000. >> the initiative had just passed, initiate siv 71 had just passed. i kind of got thinking this would be a perfect opportunity to put in a grow closet, since it's now legal to grow marijuana in your home. >> d.c. law allows residents to grow up to six marijuana plants inside your houses. if you don't own your home, you need consent from your landlord. the couple who bought the condo plans to only grow spring plants and veggies. that aggressive all on the capital crescent trail is back after a two week break sweeping down and taking two hats off heads. montgomery park has reported two
attacks. they happened between river road and dorsett avenue in bethesda. we told you two weeks ago, joggers reported the all swooped down aggressively. some were actually hit. the all stole a couple of hats. wildlife officials believe it's a young all miss staking reflectors on bikes and ponyt l ponytails for prey. >> if you go only you find there are all kinds of ways to write and review business. if you don't read the fine print your next bad review might land you in court. >> reporter: weight loss products, they often make big claims. one company, roca labs said its products sold nationwide can serve as an alternative to gastric bypass surgery. >> i tried one. i'm diabetic so watching my weight is very important. >> reporter: jennifer was sold
on roca labs because she could not afford surgery. >> i paid 5$500 almost 60$600. >> reporter: almost 6$600, far less than thousands of dollars for surgery. the company's website advertises you ckacan lose 100 pounds in 1 months. she said she ended up being disappointed. >> it was supposed to be a powder you mix with water and drink it. when you get it and mix it with water it congeals. it's almost like playdough, you're supposed to drink it but you can't. >> the company has a no return or refund policy. she asked for a refund anyway. >> they told me they would not give their money back, not part of their agreement to give money back. i filed a complaint with the better business bureau. >> reporter: that's when it takes a turn. after she filed with the better business bureau, they filed a contract of breach of defamation
after she filed the complaint online and even sent someone to her home. >> they blind-sided me, had a process server outside my house at 7:00 in the morning. >> reporter: the company dropped the lawsuit. roca labs troubles weren't over. the federal trade commission saw the terms and conditions which contained a gag clause prohib prohibiting a customer to make negative comments the very thing she complained about and a lawsuit was filed claiming it's unfair. >> it's depriving customers from making informed consent decis n decisions. >> they wouldn't reply to us. it admits in order for customers to buy the product at a discount, customers had to agree to not disparage roca labs but denies using any clause that harms the public in any way. >> i should be able to post
negative feedback. the consumer should be able to post negative feedback. >> when it comes to gag clauses they appear to be legal and news4 only found one state where they're banned and that would be california. how are we looking? >> it is beautiful. everybody is wondering about halloween, so many activities going on friday night and saturday night. right now, they look pretty good but on the cool side. cloud cover across the region. temperatures of 61 degrees at this hour. trust me, it's going to get a lot cooler as we move through the night tonight. high and dry. no rain tonight. we won't see any of that. here's the satellite and radar. the reason i'm showing you this, notice the cloud cover in the area, acting as a blanket to keep the temperatures up. behind these clouds much cooler, 37 towards western portions of maryland. cumberland at 54 and we're still
in 50s and 60s but once the clouds get out we cool fairly quickly and by early morning most in the early 40s. right now, we're starting off not cold but cool all day long. 59 degrees by 4:00. we'll call it nice this time of year and it will still be quite cool with a breeze of upwards of 15 miles an hour. 55 in martinsburg all we could get. and the river at 59, earlier at 76, big temperature difference between what we saw today and will see tomorrow. the impact, a low impact because we're talking breezy and cooler weather, wear the jacket, no problem at all. speaking of the jacket, exactly what we're wearing tomorrow. jacket and sunglasses, the two things you need when you step out the front door early tomorrow morning. what about the next couple of
days, what will you need? the coat saturday morning and most likely friday night to saturday morning the coolest. early temperatures in the 30s waking up on saturday, halloween with temperatures up to 60 degrees. 66 on sunday and 65 on monday. look at the warm-up next week, tuesday, wednesday and thursday looking great, high temperatures in the mid-70s, maybe even higher. what about that all important forecast heading out for halloween. i love this graphic, pretty cool, right? 57 degrees, cool conditions at 5 5:00 dropping to 54. the suburbs may be in the upper 40s by 5:00. put on the jacket and maybe long-sleeve shirt underneath that ironman costume you're w r wearing. you might need that one. all in all, not a bad forecast for halloween at all. >> thank you. coming up, the coming of age of wizards' young guard.
>> jason is up with that, but first, jimmy fallon. >> mr. jon hammer here, kate >> mr. jon hammer here, kate upton 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.
why would we want to get stuck i was at my shop tied up with a customer when i realized the time. i had to get to the bank before it closed, so i made a break for it. when i got out it was almost closing time. traffic was bad. i knew i was cutting it close. but it was ok. i use td bank. it's got the longest hours and stays open an extra ten minutes every day. i'm sid. and i bank human at td bank.
already see a difference between john wall and bradley beal. they're not waiting to live up to their potential, it's something the coaches and their teammates expect to see a lot of this season. >> i've seen a lot of maturity from them, different type of players than last year, working together, they literally they changed their game by themselves, two of them. it was fun. it was the first game i was excited. wow! >> you've got to have that quality on a good team. guys that are going to make plays. they play with confidence down the stretch. that's a level of confidence they're i think ready for. the capitals had the nice off but honor for their best player, alex ovechkin surrounded
by family and loved ones, the honored guest at the russian cultural center and promoting the olympic games in russia, something ove is very proud of. everybody knows i love my country and proud to be russian. obviously, i have a good relationship with everybody. with the people in russia. it's a huge honor for me. >> finally, we go to the diamond. a couple nationals in the running for awards. the gold glove awards with eight outfield assists this season tied with major league right fielders and manny machado is the only one going for his second gold glove and won his first in 2013. the gold glove winners will be announced on november the 10th.
narratorjeremy mcpike -ate, who 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.