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right now on this sunday morning a violent night of shootings. what we're finding out about several in prince george's as police hunt down people. >> new evidence in that russian airline crash that is making investigators reconsider. we're in for a cool sunday. tom's going to track it. good morning. welcome in to "news4 today." i'm adam tuss. >> and i'm angie goff. what a nice morning after a crisp saturday. >> if you got up early enough you were able to see the moon and tom tells me jupiter and venus, is that right, tom?
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>> that's right. right now, the big story this morning, it feels like november again. temperatures have plummeted. many locations we're down to the 30s. we're down into the 30s in the mountains and shenandoah valley, many locations there hovering near 40. but some spots in northern virginia, look at manassas down to warrenton. fredericksburg around 39. in the suburbs, 40s. beltway, mid-40s. away from the waters, look at ft. meade, it's down just 37 there. there is the crescent moon. there is venus. and between venus and jupiter very faintly is mars. you can barely pick that up. that's the frmt of our building. i just took this photo just a minute ago. off to a clear start. celestial delight in the clear
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sky. long is this going to last? we'll have that coming up in a few minutes. >> tom, thank you. a shooting on 17th place sent one man to the hospital and we're told he has life-threatening injuries. police tell us the shooting happened on 17th place off riggs road last night. when police arrived, that i found the victim had been shot once. police have not released any suspect information. and about an hour before that, someone shot three people on morris avenue also in prince george's county. this wasn't too far from manor's shopping center in suitland. pleels say the man walked up to the group and started shooting. you can see all the evidence markers police placed to keep track of the shell casings. all victims are expected to be okay. they're focusing on a sound, particularly a noise heard in the last second of audio on the cockpit voice recorder. nbc's bill neely suggests that a
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bomb could have taken down the plane. >> reporter: flowers in the desert where so many died, search teams paying tribute as investigators spoke for the first time about the plane's last moment. >> 43 minutes and 14 seconds. >> reporter: at that moment on the cockpit voice recorder, the cdr, something extraordinary. >> a noise was heard in the last second of the cdr recording. >> reporter:er fractievery fracf that noise will now be analyzed and compared with other noises. >> listening to o'cataloged noises to see if it was an skploesish device or this was the sound of an in-flight breakup. >> reporter: investigators say they don't know what caused the crash. the wreckage alone doesn't tell that for now. they say even a passenger's
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lithium batteries could have caused this. forensic evidence will be crucial. >> the number one most important thing is testing the residue of this airliner to see whether there's any kind of traces of explosive. >> reporter: isis claims it downed the plane to avenge russia's bombing of sear yachlt british officials believe it may have been an inside bojob, a bo smuggled into the cargo hold. the russians' pilot has been buried. the grief. so many things still haven't been answered. they say parts of the plane still missing bad weather here hampering the search. and the appeals of the u.s. and other countries to pass on any intelligence they had that might help find the cause. bill neely, nbc news, sharm el sheikh egypt. defense secretary ash carter says russia is endangering world
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ord order. during a species, he said the u.s. is looking for creative ways for russia to detain aggressive behavior in the you krean. in decision 2016 the democratic candidates for president taking different siesd on the issue of marijuana this weekend. hillary clinton said it should be classified by the government to allow federally funded research. they do not endorse it for either medical or recreational use. senator bernie sanders said he would give individual states the ability to legalize the drug. he said he would remove it from the lit of controlled sub stapss. >> happening today, a free dental clinic is happening at the washington dental center. it's being put onity bithe dental ayso yags's mission of mercy. the event got under kwa at 5:30. close to 1,000 people are expected to come out.
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doorstep. the alligator camped out for quite some time before animal control arrived. animal control was able to wrangle the 10-foot gator. >> can you imagine getting up and coming to work in the wor morning? >> this morning california's crab season is on old. the warming pacific ocean is tainting the crabs. they're telling people not to eat dungeneon eat dungeneo dungeonous crabs. 18-year-old jawanza ingram was evacuated after he let
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fellow students in. yesterday we heard a howard grad student up for rent and is allowing him to stay in his apartment the rest of the semester rent-free. this is a story that's been lighting up the nbc washington facebook page. of course, we do want you to weigh in and let us know what you think. all you have do is head to our nbc washington facebook page. we've also been tweeting out a link and constantly updating it in our nbc washington app because we know this is something that's really got the people talking. >> a little more to the backstory. he let people into a dorm room that was against school policy. there is a little bit more to that story. okay. let's talk about the weather today. i'm going to tell you, the first half of the weekend didn't look so pretty. >> number it's a little bit rainy. let's ask "storm team 4" tom kierein what do you think? >> as we rake the leaves and
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it's dried out overnight, the sky has cleared as well, now we're seeing the first predawn glow here on this sunday morning and that's a live view from our tower camera looking across northeast washington in the foreground off to the distance is prince george ice county. so off to a beautiful start this morning. certainly feeling like november. what do wear? you'll need the long sleeves. forget the shorts and umbrella but you'll need the jacket as well and long pants. it's going to be a rather cool november day ahead. temperatures are in the upper 30s in parts of northern plains virginia. manassas now at 37 degrees. out in the mountains it's near freezing out in the panhandle of west virginia. shenandoah valley and along 81, winchester down to harrison burg it's hovering around the low 40s and closer to the bay it's near 50 degrees under this mostly clear sky. "storm team 4" radar, scattering the sky. no rain in the vicinity.
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it's long gone. for the rest of the day today, we'll have our temperatures by 9:00. city rather chilly. we'll be in up the ir40s with lots of sunshine. just a few high clouds by noontime. then into the afternoon, by 3:00. bright sunshine. ought to be hofberring near 62 near 3:00 or so and then by 6:00 p.m., a clear sky getting back down into the mid-50s by then. and overnight torcht turning colder. in fact, by dawn monday it's going to be down into the 30s. poster pictures. i took this one. this japan nice maple lost all of its knees. a nice carpet of red leaves under there. post your pics on facebook, twitter, and instagram. love to see your autumn still showing through. and a cool day tomorrow with the increasing clouds on monday after that chilly start. ought to climb into the upper 50s tomorrow afternoon with increasing clouds. front comes in. likely some rain showers coming in after sunset on monday. continuing monday night through
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maybe noontime on tuesday. some showers coming through. maybe we'll get a quarter inch or so of rain out of that. tuesday afternoon, near 60. looking beautiful for veterans day. after that, chance of showers on thursday and cooler near 60. highs may only be in the low and mid-50s next weekend with sunshine back. that's the way it looks right now. >> i guess after the warm weather, we deserve it. next up we have "reporter's notebook," a look at stories affecting our community. >> we'll be back in 15 minutes with more of our top stories. >> good sunday morning. welcome to report 'eers notebook. i'm pat lawson muse. metro has a new general manager. after kneel cohen drop out of the running it was back to the drawing board. it was time for a number two choice. paul wiedefeld, a top official at the american transit administration. he has a history of turning programs around.
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joe madison, what's your thought about this pick. >> well, he certainly turned bwi around, no ifs, ands, buts. i've seen it since i've about been in the area. a tremendous improvement and expansion. he has that record. some say will that translate to subway, to the metro system, but you're obviously looking for that kind of person who can take major problems and turn it around. i just hope the board members or whoever leaks information about contracts will have learned their lesson and just keep quiet so that he can do his job. >> bremante, what do you think about the whole>> the process f board does not look good when you have the governor of virginia, and others involved with metro saying this is ridiculous, the leaks that went out. many say cohen backed out on the original choice because he wasn't prepared for the media
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scrutiny. i think what he was saying was, i'm surprised they put my name out there already. i think what metro has to look is a little national scene with the bud black versus dusty baker. i think he's a great pick for the nationals but he was their second choice. metro has to hope for the same thing with the gentleman they hoped out, that he'll work out the way baker has for the nationals. >> i think everyone is happy. as you say, the process was not great and it mirrored the way the board's run metro. this is something i've said a number of times on the program. he's a money who can get the middle man and work force to adopt a work ethic to solve problems, work hard, come every day to try to do their best. i've about heard horror stories about the way metro conducts some of its operations. he's got to turn that around. >> and i think he has to have the authority and we don't know what authority he'll be given,
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but i hope he can bring in the people he needs. see, that's the other problem. you have people who think because they've got a job, it's a lifetime job, a legacy they can hold onto. a new person has to bring in the people that they believe they can work with and will do the job. >> and i think also what may make a difference and work in his favor is he is local. he ran bwi so he has a sense of the system, the second largest in the nation, so i would think the metro board would help that would help. but they still have to get their ducks in a row in terms of how they handle hiring processes. upset in alexandria. four-term majorual was upseated by alison silfverberg. silfverberg has promised to slow development and seek thoughtful neighborhood projects that. helped her win 63% of the vote. she said the first order of business biz will be to advise the council of campaign
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financing. bremante. >> the issue here for any mayor in alexandria is how much pull will they have. they've all admitted the mayor's position is pretty much ceremonial. but she is the face of alexandria, and if she's trying to slow development, she said she's not anti-development, she just wants it to slow down, we'll see how much impact she has. when you look at alexandria and dchl c., they felt like alexandria was moving too close to d.c. in terms of development and the rapidness of it and they want to slow that down. for yule, i think his problem was he doesn't have enough names on the ballot. >> you do think the rapid development will be ule's legacy? >> yes. to cut back on your point, br
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bremante, she's got the power of her voice and her leadership, and, you know, it's going to be hard. you just can't turn back the clock. there's going to be changes structurally, you know, technically to the city. there has to be more, you know, probably -- you have to look more at mass transit, the way people get around, the way you collect revenue and you can't leave pristine places totally pristine, which is one of the problems you'll face around the waterfront. >> she -- i mean you'll have an uphill battle to begin with. any time you have a write-in campaign and we've only seen a couple of successful ones around here, you've got to have a great ground game. you have people handing out pencils, your name has to be spelled properly. >> isn't that tough enough? >> oh, it's extremely tough because you only get a third of the voting. >> nobody votes. >> but to go back to the development. you know, during the primary, ule's problem was they had an
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open primary, so you had a lot of republicans that helped the eventual victor. the other problem that you have with development, you're absolutely right, you have a segment that wants to keep a certain character about alexandria, that old town look, and that's going to be an issue. you're right, dave. the question is can they maintain that and be competitive in this region. >> there will be no shift in the virginia senate. democrats failed to pick up the extra seat they needed to shift the power blansz. it remains at 21-19. a blow to terry mcauliffe. does this set the course for the rest of his term? >> it very likely could. it's going to be tough. he got certain things through the legislature, but he hoped if he changed things and could get the democrat in control of the senate, he could have gotten more leverage and done more
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things. he also had a problem in the house. he hoped to get the senate. not only will he have trouble getting the legacy completed in his last years but he wanted to help his friend hillary clinton in the next collection with a strong legislative backstop. democrats, more democrats and just a better tone in virginia. he wanted to show in this election, boy, there really is a democratic vote. now he's going have a hard time selling that. >> i think if you look back at it. mccall up puts a lot of money into these races. the dwronch was out there pushing and he still wasn't able to sway the electorate. he may have sort of a different feel from a local statewide election because virginia still is trending blue and barack obama has one. i think that's what they have to hold onto it. >> i don't know how they're going to hold onto it. i would be worried about that given that result.
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you're right. it's either been a red or pretty much a purple state, but if i were, you know, on the national scene, i would be very -- i would be looking at virginia because virginia, ohio are the two key states in every presidential election that will looked back by the national candidates. >> the off year often predict as what will be happening on a regular basis. it shouldn't in many ways but somehow it does. >> we fweesht to take a break. we'll be right back. stay with us.
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history was made in loudoun county. randall won 37% of the vote defeating county chair scott york who ran as an independent. randall served two years.
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she's a therapist and worked with the board and board of corrections. then there's democrat a northern virginia native. human resources manager for aramark. he beat four-term supervisor eugene delgadio. does this represent a shift in county politics? >> it seems like it to me. the thing with loudoun county, though, it's one of the richest counties in the nation and the board of supervisors was all republican but i think what's interesting here i saw the shift in the dem graftics of loudoun county and you have more residents coming in from surrounding counties. prince george's, montgomery county, arlington county, fairfax county, and in all of those, they had trended toward obama and so you have those voters moving into loudoun county and that might be affecting the elections.
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you didn't like the republican nominee and dell good owe had his own problems with the grand jury and recall count coming in a couple of years ago, so i think that worked in fauvg of these candidates. so i think it was sort of a perfect storm coming together. >> i think you're right. and the fact, let's give credit where credit's due. these are attractive candidates. you know, they were straight up honest people. everything you just described were people who said out with the scoundrels and we should try new people. they were acceptable candidates. they said the right things. and they'll get an opportunity now to prove themselves. >> what is this -- the outcome say to you? >> it reflects i think a growing diversity in the county and the desire for a change and probably it could have an effect on growth, have an effect on lots of things that government does, taxing, spending, all that. it looks like they wanted a new
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direction, and we'll see whether they get it or not. >> college park has a new mayor. he's the first openly gay mayor. he's a four-term council member who won with just 60% of the vote. talk about the significance of this race. >> what kind of changes do you think this means for college park? >> i'll tell you. the individual sexuality doesn't make any difference. it's how they're going to governor. and i think the country in our area, we have elected people who have different sexualities, whatever the case might be. it's what they say on the campaign trail. it's what their roecord is. and i think it's a good thing. >> how does he see college park? >> for a long time that structure along route one has
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not been very development-friendly and i think they want to see that and working with the university, and i think it does make a difference of where this is happening. you're in a university town which is exclusively seen as progressive. also i think we can't discount that he was on the council, a four-term council person. so the voters know who this person is, know what they're getting. so in some ways that i were already prepped for this candidacy, so it's not that great of a surprise. so it is significant. >> in the district council member orange has proposed to build homes for millennials. they're 600 square feet and sell to those between the ages of 18 to 33 and those who make minimum wage. what do you think about this and do you think it will fly with the council? >> no. first of all, you're violating
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age discrimination. number two, millennials, gees, 600 square feet for people just starting off with families and then eventually they're going to have to move and get bigger homes because they're going to have children. and, three, i think the biggest problem you're going to have is land. where do you put them? washington, d.c., does not have a lot of open land. >> with all the problems with housing and people who can't afford housing to make a move in this direction i think raise as lot of question. sure, there should be initiatives on housing, there's a lack of housing for low income people and yet he wants to do it in a different direction. >> i think we could do it for seniors, for people who are downsizing, you might have a better chance. >> what's interesting about that and the age requirement, reports have come out with all of the housing in washington, d.c., what's happening is millennials can't get in because you have so
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many baby boomers who are retiring who have that nest aejd can put that money down on the expensive condos and homes in washington, d.c., where millennials can't get in. so orange's approach may be there. some may say it's kind of political. he may be looking for votes down the road when it comes election time. >> he had better take a lessen from the late great mayor barry, and that's you'd better take care of your seniors first. >> that does it for reporters notebook for this sunday. stay tuned. "news4 today" continues. a shooting on 17th place sent one man to the hospital. we're told he has life-threatening injuries. the shooting happened just off
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the road last night. we don't have any information on the suspected gunman. sound could solve the mystery of whoo brought the jet airliner. construction is happening until 5:00 p.m. crews are trying to fix an issue. drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians are asked to use precaution near that work zone. good morning, everyone. welcome to "news4 today." i'm angie goff. >> and i'm adam tuss. we're off to a brisk start this sunday morning. >> that's right. but it looks like it will be a quick recovery compared to yesterday, right, tom? >> the rain has moved all. temperatures into the low 30s and hoe 40s. feeling like november again this morn. we're only 13 minutes way from sunrise. sunrise is at 6:43. about an hour ago i took this photo of the crescent moon just
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above our building near northwest washington. bright venus and june tpiter an mars. there's the sky view from our tower camera right now. a few high clouds are coming over. temperatures are down into the 30s in some locations. gaithersburg is at 39. nooern suburbs, fairfax county in the low 40s. near 50s on the water. upper 40s near 50 in the shenandoah valley. near freezing in the mountains. a look at how long the weather's going to last coming up in a few minutes. >> we even got a developing story. several people rushed out of their apartment after their billioning started shaking. prince george's county fire says
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her residence startied shaking. firefighters evacuated two buildings on good luck road for significant structural damage. no one got hurt. still working to find out why the building was shaking in the first place. and montgomery county police arrested three for what they call a gang-related murder. two shot roberto cruz in the woods last sunday night. a passer-by spotted the body. all three are facing murder charges. police are trying to figure out what led up to that shooting. >> this morning we learned the name of a victim in the northeast homicide. they say. police are still looking for suspected. this morning they're investigating the death of a former aid to russian president vladimir putin. he was found dead inside his room at the dupont circle
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northwest. they say the 57-year-old died. d.c. place say while there's no evidence of foul play, investigators are looking into that death. pennsylvania police went to serve a warrant for parole violation and then they found themselves in this shoot-out with two murder suspects. it sounds like a tv show plot. but this really happened. officers went to a hotel to arrest a man for a parole violation. little did they know the couple inside that room was wanted in north carolina for murdering an elderly couple. police got into it with the suspects. her boyfriend shot himself in the head as police moved in. we have another d.c. homicide. police trying to figure out who shot reginald perry. this is the third deadly shooting in shaw in recent months. police stepped up patrols.
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they were both killed. one local leader calls this latest shooting a setback. he lost his life recently. and it's a block where the police know it's been a nexus for crime in the past. >> there's a $25,000 reward that helps police solve this murder. a developing story at the university of maryland. the search is on for whoever secretly recorded students during some of their most intimate moments. there have been three cases of voyeurism over the past month. this past week someone know itted someone videotaping him while he used the bathroom. he yell and that person disappeared. they want students to be extra aware. >> often times the bathroom doors are left open so they can't hear whether or not someone's entering the restroom
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facility itself. so remembering to close the door helps you know if someone is coming in. >> they may think the spying is a joke but a peep iing tom felo can land you in jail for days. two brothers died in a car accident. the memorial's taking place at spotswood baptist church. a gofundme page has been set up. you can search for others there. the search is still on for whoever hit and killed a fairfax county man. today family members of za hora kahn will pass out flyers. the 69-year-old was hit while crossing the street at fra cone ya. they believe the striking vehicle was a white full-size van or truck or suv.
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anyone with information is asked to call fairfax county police. tomorrow a couple will lay a 6-year-old to rest after he was shot and killed by two plisks. they'll face murder charges. investigators are not releasing that video to the public. still unclear why the two officers pursued the car with the father and boy inside. the boy was shot five times. we're told the video is shocking and what ultimately led to the officers' arrest. >> it's the most disturbing thing i've seen. i'll leave it at that. >> the 6-year-old's funeral is set for tomorrow. a freight train derailment sparked a closure in wisconsin. 32 cars derails on a railroad
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track along the mississippi river in alma. several cars actually fell into the water, you can see. most of those cars involved were empty automobile racks and containers filled with ethanol. nearby residents were placed on a voltaire evacuation and at least two highways were shut down. all right. people from parts of southern california reported strange lights. they took many calls from viewers sending in their video of the lights. some people were thinking it was ufos. guess what? the united states coast guard said it was a missile test done by the navy. it was not armed. so there was no danger from explosive materials. apparently these test launches are done quite often. >> hmm. well, parents, here's a reason to.
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the apps on your children's phones. in colorado alone 100 were involved. they sent sexually explicit pictures of themselves and swapped the nude images like trading cards. the pictures were hidden in plain sight. students used ghost apps to conceal them. part of the reason i'm here is i know how to take a joke. >> but can he give one? with dozens proef testers outside. donald trump took center stage on "saturday night live." he poked fun at himself but how is everyone reacting. >> the plan engineers say will involve some of the worst gridlock in
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who the hell is that? i knew it.
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>> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry. >> i heard if i yelled that, they would give me $5,000. >> good to see larry david still has work. republican presidential candidate donald trump hosted "snl" as planned. this is the second time he hosted. he first host it back in 2004. dozens protested. they chalted in both english and spanish and carried signs. trump welcomed the controversy predicting it would only boost his audience. when it began he didn't shy away from jokes. >> mr. president, the president of mexico is here to see you. >> great. >> don 58d? >> enrique. >> i brought you a check for the wall. >> so wonderful. >> that's funny. in the four decades "snl" has been on the air rarely has a
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candidate been asked to host a show. >> i think sharpton was the last one in 2003. we're seeing a lot of reaction to trump's appearance on "snl" last night. >> here to talk about it moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd. what was your initial reaction? >> it was okay. i mean you could tell a couple of things in what i've seen so far. number one, trump was a little -- there was -- even he had some trepidation about what he would do. and i was a little surprised "snl" would have him mock the protests. to do what they did, it was a total mocking. >> yeah. was, okay, i had a feeling loren michaels was gong to be answering some complaint calls. >> he said he welcoming the controversy. he thinks this is going to boost his audience. >> it could.
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you know, this is such a fine line. in walk it, i thought it was much more risk than reward for him because you're going on a parody show. are you taking running for president seriously or not and this has always been the conundrum about trump. how serious are you about running for president versus being famous rather than in it to have a good time. so that's -- i have to say, there's sort of the presidential political journalist in me, a little uncomfortable. >> it seems to be a little bit of an outlet. >> cameos are one thing. as they said in the movie "broadcast news." i don't know if they crossed the line. well, they keep moving the sucker, so i don't know where the line is anymore. >> what about carson? he's getting a little more
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animated. >> we had a late show last night. chris jansing caught up with him while he was on the tarmac before he headed over to puerto rico for a campaign stop. we get him reacting. i think it's more dangerous for his campaign than it would be for anybody else because he's built himself up as above it all, purely truck trustworthy. his story has been who he is and that is central to his candidacy, so this would make his candidacy a house of cards. you start undoing his bioand all of a sudden hilz whom cam pape is up done. i think the next week is critical for him. >> all right. chuck todd, we know you're going to be talking about all of that. >> we've been busy. we're in the mid of too much show for show. >> i feel like it's that week every week. a reminder you can see chuck
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todd on "meet the press" on nbc 4. >> one step closer to reality. the federal government just awarded $28 million to a company who wants to build this high-speed rail line between the two cities. the money will be used for planning and engineering analys analysis. they would use electronic levitation technology. >> very cool. there's no shortage of equity at the crossfit gym yesterday. some of those were there to do more than break a sweat. they were working on their minds and their souls. "news4's" derrick ward takes us to the wounded working. >> there's much more going on in this game. they've lost limbs, jarchls who had accidents or born with challenge, all of them have come here to sweat and army captain
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came here to recover from his sports wounds. >> as soon as i got linked up, my health improved. >> reporter: likewise scott weaver felt this is a way back. >> i heard about the working wounded games while i was in the hospital and it gave that little spark. >> reporter: but some of those new to the adaptive -- >> we don't know what to expect. >> reporter: there's a sharing of experiences an reinforcement and humor. scott rigsby, the first double amputee. a civilian in life but a veteran of these games. >> it's great. i was here when we had 20 and now we have 90. >> word athlete comes first. these are athletes first. >> sharing this experience which was one of two days every year i
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actually cried, seeing my fellowborough and sister out there giving it it all they've got. >> so impressive. >> yeah. >> it almost leaves you speechless. >> they're my heroes. >> it's incredible. we talked about how far the technology has come. >> this transcends technology. this takes a lot of heart, a lot of gut, a lot of grit, and they're inspiring us all. let's talk more about the weather. it feels like fall. >> get out, exercise, walk the dog this morning. no rain to deal with. the sky has clear out beautifully. our sun rise has occurred. it was at 6:34 4 3. as we look at the a live view, it's being obscured a little bit by clouds on the eastern horizon but those are drifting far to teeth and right overhead it's all clear in the metro area this morning and the air is fresh and cool and smells like dry leaves. long sleeves, jacket, and long pants. that's what you'll need on this
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chilly november morning and through much of the middle part of the day. look at our temperatures right now. upper 40s. southern montgomery and eastern fairfax county, but western fairfax and the rest of northern virginia, it gets down to the 30s. a chilly 36 in manassas. right around the bay, it's hovering. southern maryland, eastern shore down to the mid-40s. shenandoah valley to the near 40s. near freezing out in the mountains. it's just in the low 30s there. "storm team 4" radar not showing any rain in the vicinity. all clear, all try, so a good morning for a morning run or to get some exercise today. go hiking. this is great hiking weather. go biking. layer up today. it's going to be cool. by 7:00 a.m., the mid-40s. by 9:00, the upper 40s. then by 11:00, the low 50s. by early afternoon it will jump into the near 50s. so great weather to get out and
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get some exercise or for outdoor recreation. and then overnight tonight it gets cold. by dawn on monday, down into the mid to upper 30s starting off early tomorrow morning. so a cold start getting back to work and school. them during the day on monday, i think racing clouds. there's going to be a front coming through that will likely bring some rain. before then, occasional rain showers after sunset month evening and then into tuesday midday that's when we'll get the rain showers coming through. then sun should return by tuesday afternoon. by then it ought to be up to around 60 degrees. milder weather moves in for veterans day for any of the area. it should be beautiful for that. sunshine, temperatures in the 40s. afternoon highs in the upper 60s on wednesday. average time this time of year is 61. so we're going to be near that here for the next three days. "storm team 4" seven-day outlook as we get into thursday. a chance of a passing shower and
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low 60s in the afternoon and getting chilly with sunshine. over the weekend, highs may but in the low 50s on saturday, maybe mid-50s for next weekend. that's the way it looks. >> thanks, tom. starbucks finding out it's not easy keeping everyone happy.
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who's on the field, it's a tough test but there's not one they're shying away from it's about records. it's growing mean out there. you've about got to play football. i don't care who you are. redskins, 14-point underdogs, you've about got to play football. >> from football to football, d.c. knights are squaring off against the new york red bulls. united down a goal in the series. winner moves on to the eastern conference finals. head coach ben olsen knows they'll be fired up. >> not many people are giviing s a chance right now. i think, again, we relish in that in that opportunity and i look forward to a very skieting game. >> d.c. united and the red bulls kick off at 3:00 p.m. from new york. that's your look at sports. hope your sunday is a good one. this is cool.
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kids in leesburg enjoying the game. a car pulls up and a guy steps out. this guy. recognize him? r rg3. he came out and played ball. word gets around these days and he started getting mobbed for autographs and selfies. >> interesting. legendary guitar sells for millions at a san diego auction. whose guitar, you asked? none other than john lennon's. his long lost guitar went for $2.1 million. it apparently went missing after a beatles performance in 1963. it resurfaced decades later. half of the proceeds will go to yoko ono's charity. this story is lighting up social media. some people are just outraged, outraged, that's the word they're using over starbucks' latest creation. some say they're going to
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boycott. take a look. it's t it's the famous red cup. their design. some claim the coffee company is anti-christmas. in recent years it was covered with scarves and snowflakes and merry christmas. i like it this year. i thought it was have interesting. it's a cup. >> give me a break. >> it's a cup. >> give me another cup, right? of coffee. we need it. >> absolutely. much more ahead on "news4 today." >> that includes your
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. right now we're heading into the 7:00 hour and we even had a violent night of shooting. prince george's police are hunting down the people responsible. what was heard making investigators reconsider what really happened. clouds clearing out. good morning. hoping you're having great start to your sunday morning. i'm adam tuss.
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>> and i'm angie goss. so glad you cold join us. >> meteorologist tom kierein here. what can we expect, tom? >> starting off with a clearing sky this morning. that rain we had yesterday is long gone. now we dried out overnight. temperatures have plummeted as well. when you step out to walk the dog, maybe take a morning run, you'll notice the aroy ma of autumn leaves filling the air. there's a peaches and cream sunrise under way. there's a live view from the tower camera. a few high clouds are drifting over now. by 9:00 we'll be in the upper 40s. pretty chilly between now and then. then by noon we should be into the mid-50s. by mid afternoon we have to jump up to briefly around 06 degrees. it's about the average high for this time of year. then under a clear sky, we'll be back down into the low and mid-50s. our sun set getting earlier and earlier around 5:00 today. temperatures right now in the upper 30s in the mere bisuburbs,
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closer to the beltway. near 50 around the bay. shenandoah valley into the mountains, most locations, 30s. in fact, it's near or below freezing. cold start out in much of west virginia and maryland. a look at how much this november chill is going to last. that's coming up in a few minutes. we're developing a story in prince george's county. a shooting sent one man to the hospital and we're told he does have life-threatening injuries. pleel tell us the shooting happened on 17th place. it happened last night. whelp police arrived they found the victim had been shot once. police have not found any suspect information. and about an hour before that someone shot three people on morris avenue also in prince george's county. this wasn't too far from the shopping center in suitland. police say the gunman walked up to the group and started firing. you see the evidence markers there police placed to keep
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track of the shell casings. experts are focusing on a sound, particularly a noise heard in the last second of audio on the cockpit voice recorder. nbc's bill neely reporting that it suggestions a bomb could have taken down the plane. >> reporter: a flowers where so many died. >> reporter: flowers in the desert where so many died, search teams paying tribute as investigators spoke for the first time about the plane's last moment. >> 43 minutes and 14 seconds. >> reporter: at that moment on the cockpit voice recorder, the cdr, something extraordinary. >> a noise was heard in the last second of the cdr recording. >> reporter: every fraction of that noise will now be analyzed and compared with other noises. >> listening to other cataloged noises to see if it was an
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explosive device that created this sound or it was the sound of an in-flight breakup. >> reporter: investigators say they don't know yet what caused the crash. the wreckage alone doesn't tell that for now. the investigators suggesting even a passenger's lithium battery could have caused this. forensic evidence will be crucial. >> the number one most important thing is testing the residue of this airliner to see whether there's any kind of traces of explosive. >> reporter: isis claims it downed the plane to avenge russia's bombing of syria. british officials believe it may have been an inside job, a bomb smuggled into the cargo hold. the russians' pilot has been buried. amid the grief, so many quest n questions investigators still can't answer. and they say many parts of the plane still missing, bad weather
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hampering the search. and the appeals of the u.s. and other countries to pass on any intelligence they had that might help find the cause. bill neely, nbc news, sharm el sheikh, egypt. defense secretary ash carter says russia is endangering world order. during a species, he said the u.s. is looking for creative ways for russia to detain aggressive behavior in the ukraine. he's also concerned about china's military increase. in decision 2016 the democratic candidates for president taking different side on the issue of marijuana this weekend. hillary clinton said it should be reclassified by the government to allow federally funded research. they do not endorse it for either medical or recreational use. senator bernie sanders said he would give individual states the ability to legalize the drug. if president sanders said he would remove marijuana from the fda's list of controlled substances. happening today, a one-day
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free dental clinic is taking place at the washington dental center. it's being put on by the dental association's mission of mercy. the event got under way at 5:30. about an hour and a half insofar. close to 1,000 people are expected to come out. no registration is required, but it is first come, first served. we've got a traffic alert to let you know about this morning if you're driving in northwest d.c. emergency repairs continuing on canal road until 5:00 in the afternoon today. crews are trying to fix a ponding issue there. drivers, cyclists, pedestrians are asked to use caution in the work zone. a howard university student found himself homeless when the school kicked him out of student housing. how he got off the streets and found a new home rent-free. and coming up, get off the welcome mat, seriously. the
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oh, boy, oh. armed, a florida homeowner captured this on his doorstep. the video first showed up on his doorstep. the research tire was camping out for quite some time before the officials arrived. they were able to wrangle the ten-foot gator without anyone getting hurt. >> can you imagine? >> no, i don't want to. >> i mean seriously. that's out of control. terrible news this morning for seafood lovers. the california crab season is on hold, seriously. housing officials are warning about toxic crabs. the warming trend in the ocean is increasing the algae bloom. they're warning not to eat
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dungeness crabs. if you eat them, they can cause death. >> we have a hash tag kwsh homelessathoward. the 18-year-old will have a place to live for the rest of the semester. he's being allowed to stay in the apartment for the rest of the semester rent-free. this is a story that's been lighting up the nbc washington facebook page. of course, we do want you to weigh in and let us know what you think. all you have do is head to our nbc washington facebook page. through morning a man is behind bars after a chase in california. take a look at this. the man even fired his gun at the cops. it started at :30 last night while officers tried to pull the driver over for a traffic
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violation. he led them on a slow-speed chase. they were able to take out the tires with spike strips. >> meet the women with new motivation to break down barriers and beat the ranger challenge. and right now let's take a live look outside on this sunday morning. tom's updating his forecast with we thought we'd be ready. but demand for our cocktail bitters was huge. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn't need a loan. we needed short-term funding. fast. our amex helped us fill the orders. just like that. you can't predict it, but you can be ready. another step on the journey. will you be ready when growth presents itself.
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welcome back. now to the women training for a ranger challenge. it's a competition that will let them know if they have what it takes to be an army ranger. "news4's" darcy spencer shows us the rigorous test. >> reporter: one by one they belly crawl through a dirt filled trench. this rotc team from the university of maryland participating the ranger challenge at fort picket in blackstone, virginia. the idea to pass through the physical and technical challenges quickly and efficiently without losing points. they're up against a dozen other universities. this year several women are participating the challenge. they're going head to head with the men. >> we train together all the way. >> alexandra dean is among the women on the team.
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>> i actually felt like i wanted to throw up. we do trarngs but then here you just kind of exhaust yourself. >> the women are inspired to follow in the footsteps of the first two women to ever graduate from ranger school last summer. this is just a taste of what that experience could be like. >> i think we're measuring up well. we're pulling our weight. we have to just be with each other, motivate each other. we're not seeing each other lesser than any other. >> gloria is sidelined by an ankle injury but is here to cheer for her team and knows ranger school is in her future. >> i knew if it was opened up it'd be interested in it. >> first rising to the ranger challenge, whether it's flipping this nearly 200-pound tire across the field or hitting the target, they need to stand out in all aspects of the competition.
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they're making these tafgs look a lot easier than what they are. this is the incline wall. you're not even supposet to get. >>. can jump up. there's no way i can go over this wall. i'm done. >> it gives them a chance to see how they compare to the men physically and where they need to train to become more competitive. it also requires teamwork, leadership, and critical thinking. the challenge is rigorous and holding them to their fullest physical ability. this cadet's young daters came to cheer him on. he asked if ranger school is in their future? >> it's up to them to decide when they grow up. if it's in their future, then by
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all means. >> go, darcy. she gave it college try. >> she did. >> the university teamdy not win any awards at the competition but they're eager to get back down into the training and try again next year. >> that's tough stuff. have you ever tried to crawl under the wires? it's tough. >> it looks tough. >>'ve done it under my cubicle to restart my computer that or avoid conversation with us. >> or avoid being on the news. >> they should have all won awards. if you're about to head out the door and get exercise in, it is kind of invigorating achlt chill in the air. we've got mostly clear sky right overhead but there are clouds off to the east. that's right behind the capital. this live view from our capital camera this morning. we still see autumn color right there on the mall and our headlines for this sunday, a chilly morning, but then a sunny
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cool refreshing november afternoon coming up and a milder pattern for the week ahead, at least for a few days, and what to wear today, well, forget the shorts and you won't need the umbrella but you will be comfortable with a jacket, long sleeves, long pants for the morning and the days ahead because it will be chillier than it has been. right now we're into the low to mid-40s. near 50 right near the chesapeake bay right on the waters. look at this. a few spots in the 30s. gaithersburg at 36. out in the mountains some locations are right near freezing. a freezing cold start. a little bit of frost as well. no rain around. all clear on the "storm team 4" radar. the rain has existed the region. if you plan a morning run through the leaves this morning or raking leaves for the rest of the day, hour by hour, temperatures will be in the 40s for a another couple of hours. then by 11:00. should be climbing into the low 50s. by noontime, the mid-50s.
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hovering near 60 around 1:00 or 2:00 p.m. with a lot of sunshine achlt great day to get out and get some exercise. post your pictures like this gorgeous shot right there on the tidal basic. they're showing off their autumn colors now right around the tidal basin. a great day, too, to walk around the tidal basin. four-day forecast, "storm team 4," afternoon highs near 60 and, again near 60 monday. but with increasing clouds, chilly at the bus stops. lit only be in the mid and upper 30s and then in afternoon. and then clouds on the increase as the front is going to be coming through. ahead of that may be some showers coming in. occasional showers monday not through noontime. sun back with a high near 60. great weather for all the
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events. sunshine wednesday with highs reaching upper 60s. this somewhat milder weather continues but then turns cooler sunday night. another front comes in behind that front getting chilly again. friday's highs near 60. saturday may only be in the low 50s. >> thank you, tom. coming up, like it or not, the holiday shopping season haas already started. why some stores have having trouble with
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there is a reason to check the apps on your kids' phone. this week police have uncovered sexting rings among high school students. this is in pennsylvania, ohio, tennessee, and colorado. now, in one colorado school alone, at least 100 students were involved. police say they sent sexually explicit pictures of themselves and swapped the nude images like they were trading cards. the pictures were hidden in plain sight. students used ghost apps to conceal them. you'll likely reach for a credit card when you do your holiday shopping and you probably notice it has a different look. it has a chip designed to protect you. >> there's a lot of confusion on how and when to use it and that
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can affect how long it will take. >> reporter: you can already hear the sounds of the season and the holiday decor is already up but are retailers really ready for the onslaught of shoppers? >> holiday shopping this year is going to be a little more complex and frustrating. >> reporter: alex johnson is with the research group that advises the banking center. he's been looking at the cards. >> we could see slower lines because everyone is getting used to using a different technology. >> reporter: to get a firsthand look on how the new chip technology works and how it doesn't, my producer and i set out do some schlepping and used a cell phone to record the experience. this t.j. maxx. >> doesn't work. >> -- oh, no. didn't work. same for barnes & noble. >> i don't think it has.
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>> you don't have it yet? >> no. not yet. maybe the end of november. >> at this best buy -- >> it won't take the card without the p.i.n. number. >> remember, most chipped credit cards do not have a p.i.n. number but some corporate cards do. we used our corporate credit card. >> let me call my bank. >> i couldn't complete the transaction. i couldn't make a purchase. clearly there's con fulgs ow how the cards are supposed to work. best buy says it has been processing chipped card transactions in the d.c. area for more than a month but others missed the october deadline to have the technology working. that means the stores, not banks are liable if your card information is compromised. barnes & noble told us the new chip technology will be installed just after the holiday so it won't in ter result the holiday season.
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t.j. maxx said it's actively working toward processing chip based cards but it does not have an exact date. different storrs, different checkout proceeds. so as you make your list and check it twice, have a plan and pack your patience. erica gonzalez, "news4." >> if you have a debit card with a chip, you will need a p.i.n. number to use that card. we have a story on a building that's shaking. and the unlikely way cops cornered two suspected killers. it's definitely
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in today's top stories, a shooting ott riggs road. we don't have any information on the suspended gunman. sounds on what may have brought down the russian jetliner. investigators are focussing on a noise heard in the last second on the cockpit's voice recorder. this is happening on fox hall to arizona avenue until 5:00 p.m. crews are trying to fix a
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ponding issue. they're asked to use caution near the work zone. welcome back, everyone. i'm angie goss. >> and i'm adam tuss. we're off to a bright start. >> we are. let's check in with "storm team 4" mitre tom kierein. >> yes. it's a fresh sr we've got to the shiimbi higher. sunrise was at 6:43. but we still have a chill in the sky. we've got the nice rusty browns of november colors still in the trees. still a lot of leaves on the trees. still a lot of raking to do, too, because we've had most of the trees lose at least half their leaves but you see we've got more to come. way off in the distance, there's sugarloaf mountain. 30 miles north. later this morning. we beal in the upper 40s by
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9:00. noontime, mid-50s. by mid afternoon, hovering around 60. right after sunset an hour later it will be down to the low 50s. a look at how long this november chill will be with us. that's coming up in a few minutes. stay with us. >> all right. thank you, tom. we've got a developing story in lanh lanham. prince george's county fire says a resident noticed shaking and saw cracks appearing in her wall. they could see a crack on the outside. that i evacuated two buildings on good luck road for significant structural damage. no one got hurt. montgomery county police arrest three teenagers for what they're called a gang-related murder. they say dan ramos, juan rajpal lowe and a juvenile shot a
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victim. a passer-by spotted the victim. all three are facing murder charges. police are trying to figure out what led up to that shooting. >> this morning we've learned the name of a victim in a northeast homicide. d.c. police say charles newell was shot late night friday afternoon. he died in the hospital. police are still looking for suspects. >> police are investigating a former aid to vladimir putin. he e was found dead inside his circ circle. russia said the 57-year-old died of a heart attack on thursday. d.c. police say while there's no evidence of foul play, homicide investigators are looking into that death there. well, pennsylvania police, they go to serve a warrant for a parole violation and then find themselves in a shoot-out with two murder suspects. this sounds like something you'd see in a movie. well, it was real life. officers went to this motel to arrest a man for a parole violation last night. little did they know that a
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couple inside that room was wanted in north carolina for murdering an elderly couple. police got into a shoot-out with the two suspects. the woman eventually sur run dered but her boyfriend shot himself in the head as police moved in. we have details in another d.c. homicide. police aretrying to figure out who shot reginald perry near a and eighth street. police steps up controls after a single mother, an american university grad and another were killed. they call this shooting a setback. >> that someone else lost their live where mat blonsky lost his life so recently and where they know there's been illegal game blipg and drug activities that been the nexus for crime in the past. >> now, there's $25 thousand reward for information that helps police solve this murder.
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a developing story at the university of maryland. the search is on for some who have recorded most intimate moments. this past month a male student noticed someone was videotaping him while he was ewing the restroom. he yelled. police don't believe the cases are connected but they want students to be extra aware. >> often times the bathroom doors are left open so they can't hear whether someone is entering the restroom facility itself. close the door so you can hear if someone's coming in. >> someone may think spying and peeping is a joke but it can land you 20 days in jail. a memorial will be held for two brothers. that i died in a car accident on the way to spotsylvania high school. the memorial service is taking
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place at spotsylvania baptist church. there's a gofundme page. you can search for "brothers" on our website. today, family members of this man along with crash reconstruction detectives will pass out flyers near the fatal accident. the 59-year-old was hit while crossing the street at the corner of franconia and brookland avenue. still, no one has come forward. police believe the striking sheikh was a white car or surf possibly like this. anyone with information is asked to call the police. coming up, what does that look like to you? >> scary.
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those two officers are now facing murder charges. the whole incident was caught on body camera video but investigators are not releasing that video to the public. they say the child was shot five times. his father was critically injured. 6-year-old jeremy's funeral is set for tomorrow. a multi-train derailment prompts a closure. take a look at this video 367892 cars derailed along the mississippi river in alma. several cars you can see fell into the water. it was containers normally filled with autos. there was some ethanol. no reports of injuries. >> this one is from the x files. people from all over southern california reportling strange lights flashing across the
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skies. many callers sent in video. some were wondering if it was a ufo. guess what. the u.s. coast guard said wit as missile test done by the navy. it was not armed so there was no danger from explosive materials. apparently they're done quite off snoon part of the reason i'm here is i know how to take a joke. >> well, with dozens of protesters outside, donald trump took stace on "snl." what kind of reaction he's getting this morning. and coming up, how does a 15-minute trip between dflt c. and baltimore sound. the plan engineer says they'll solve some of the worst gridlock in the country. >> it's chilly out and we're back to feeling like november.
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who the hello is that? >> what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that, i would get $5,000. >> amid high an it is paying and sharp criticism republican presidential candidate donald trump hosted "snl" as plan and this was trump's second time as host. he first performed that job back in 2004.
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hours before it aired dozens marched from trump tower to rockefeller plaza. they chanted in both english and spanish and carried signs. when the show began trump didn't shy away from the jokes. >> mr. president, the president of mexico is here to see you. >> wow. that's great. send him in. ah. >> donald. >> enrique. >> i brought you a check for the wall. >> that's so wonderful. >> since sj has been on the air, rarely has a candidate ever been asked to host the show. i think al sharpton was the last one to do that back in 2003. it's been some time. >> a couple of laughs there. you decide for yourself, what you think. >> yeah. the nbc "today" show starts at 8:00. >> let's get a preview. erica hill and craig joining us -- oh, sheinelle. >> erica is on assignment. >> you tricked us.
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>> well, coming up on a sunday morning right here on "today" donald trump taking center stage as the host of "saturday night live" with a cam yo from larry david. >> we have an exclusive interview with trump's republican rival, dr. ben carson. why the media is out to get him. his effort to connect with kid neutral zone his community. >> how would you like to live in a town with no wi-fi, no self-service. we'll take you to that place where that dream or nightmare depending on how you look at things is very much a reality. all that and much more when we get started on a sunday morning here and "today," adam and angie. >> craig and sheinelle, thank you very much for that one. >> have a good one, guys. >> a trip between d.c. and baltimore is one step closer to reality. the federal government has just awarded $28 million to company who wants to build a high-speed rail line between the two cities. the money will be used for
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planning and analysis. governor larry hogan became a supporter of that technology after riding a train in japan. some of those working out were there to do more than just break a sweat. they were working on their minds and their souls. "news4's" derk rick rose takes us to the working wounded games. "news4's" derrick ward takes us to the wounded working. >> there's much more going on in this game. they've lost limbs, have had accidents, or born with challenges, all of them have come here to sweat and army captain came here to recover from his sports wounds. >> as soon as i got linked up, my health improved. >> reporter: likewise scott weaver felt this is a way back.
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>> you think everything's done, you can't do that anymore. i heard about the working wounded games while i was in the hospital and it gave that little spark. >> reporter: but some of those new to it need sparking that's soaked in flames. >> we don't know what to expect. >> reporter: there's a sharing of experiences an reinforcement and humor. scott rigsby, the first double amputee who was the first to finish the hawaii triathlon. a civilian in life but a veteran of these games. >> it's great. i was here when we had 20 and now we have 90. >> word athlete comes first. these are athletes first. >> sharing this experience which was one of two days every year i actually cried, seeing my fell low brother and sister out there giving it all they've got. >> derrick ward, "news4." >> so cool. well, a prince george's county school found a sweet way to say thank you to our servicemembers overseas, but they need your help. the whitehall elementary school
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collected 80 pounds of candy. they need 200 bucks to ship it. they ask you to contact the school or the pta. today you can celebrate our navy's veterans parade. the parade begins at 2:00 p.m. the parade steps off on potomac street in downtown brunswick. it's one of the oldest parades. this would be a good day for it. >> the sun's going to be out, right? >> yeah. i was in brunswick on a bike ride on friday some of great place to go. brunswick is a neat little town. the toe packet goes by there as well. looking at a slide view, a few high clouds are drifting gracefully over the metro area now and we have a cool morning
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and a chilly morning in many of the rural areas and then the afternoon sunshine and brisk weather. what to wear, forget the shorts and bril. long pants. we f you're going to be out doing exercise, temperatures are down into the 30s in the rural areas of milliliter and virginia. closer to washington around the beltway, nearby suburbs, prince george's county, low 40s. mid 40s in montgomermontgomery. near 50 along the bay waters. and around the blue ridge shenandoah valley if you plan on going on a hike along skyline drive, the colors are all gone. the leaves are gone there and temperatures are in the upper 30s right along skyline drive as well as shenandoah valley. it's at or below freezing. don't have rain anywhere in the vicinity. so a great day to get out and run through the leaves or rake the leaves, dpeblding on how
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your yard is looking. by 9:00, squlould be in the upper 40s. by noontime. low and mid-50s. temperatures by 1:00, upper 50s. by around 3:00, 4:00, should be hovering around 60 degrees with lots of sunshine. but you'll need the long sleeves in the afternoon. a bit of a chill in the afternoon. love the photo. right there at the tidal basin. cherry trees showing off their awesome autumn color. post your picture like jen johnson did. you can post yours on facebook and twitter and instagram. love seeing that as well as any interesting weather or photos. cool pattern continues on monday. we'll have increasing clouds during the day. chill in the air at the bus stops. it will be in the upper 30s. maybe even mid-30s in the rural areas. afternoon highs in the upper 50s. then a front comes in monday
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night likely triggering rain showers. some lingering showers for the commute on tuesday morning with sun back tuesday afternoon. still cool with temperatures around 60. then the milder weather moves in just in time for veterans day on wednesday for all the outdoor events here in the metro area. should be into the upper 60s. mid to upper 60s. in fact, much of the region during the day on wednesday. then thursday, turning a bit cooler. "storm team 4" seven-day outlook, showers. highs mid to low 60s. chillier on friday. high near 0. quite a chill in the air. extended outlook saturday and sunday with sunshine. they may only be in the low 50s for highs next weekend. so quite a chill on the way. all right. thanks, tom. we're look to be ten minutes to the 8:00 hour and here are four things to know today. a shooting sent one man to the hospital and we're told he has
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life-threatening. we don't have any information on a suspected gunman sfwloo about an hour before that someone shot three people on morris avenue also in suitland. police say the gunman walked up to the group and started shooting. all three people are expected to be okay. >> crews are trying to figure out what shook two apartment buildings in lanham. firefighters evacuated the buildings if for significant structural damage. no one got hurt. >> happening today, a one-day free dental clinic is taking place. it's being put on by the american dental association's mission of mercy. close to 1,000 people are expected to come out. no registration is required but it is first come, first serve. >> it's a top trending topic right now. starbucks finds out it's not easy keeping everybody happy. why thousands are tweeting the why thousands are tweeting the company
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characters, merry christmas starbucks as some county groups threatened to boycott over a paper cup. >> i don't know. draw a snowflake. draw a reindeer. draw a cool today? >> yeah. great day to get out. rain moves monday night into tuesday. >> we'll see you guys again back here at 9:00 a.m. if you run over somebody, it's usually because you were driving too fast or you didn't look before you turned or you didn't stop for someone in the crosswalk.
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