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two missing children and a father hoping to find closure >> another incident at the fence of the white house. the information just in to our newsroom on a late night fence jumper. this just coming in as well is. gun out and demanding cash. the dangerous situation at a northern virginia gas station. getting ready for the big temperature change. >> welcome to news 4 today on this saturday. tomorrow you may want to bring out the winter coat. storm team 4 meteorologist tracking. >> probably this time tomorrow morning and dawn sunday, near freezing temperatures. storm team 4 radar showing areas of light rain across virginia and maryland. light green is sprinkles in much of on virginia and
light rain. heavier downpours in northeastern maryland, eastern shore. it is breaking up to our west. lingering sprinkles for another hour or two. cool and breezy during the afternoon. hovering in the 50s to around 60 degrees by mid arch. midafternoon. 9:31. breaking news at the white house right now. we have just learned about another fence jumper. this happened just before midnight. we're told a person threw a backpack over the north fence, then proceeded to jump over that same fence. the jumper has been charged with unlawful entry. a brand-new search is under way right now for two children missing for a year and a half. sarah and jacob hoggle were last s
back in 2014. now, this morning their father is leading a search at goshen recreational park. good morning, derrick. >> the team has set out to recover area that have been covered before. fresh eyes can always help. september 2014, 18 months ago, when the hoggle children were last seen in the company of their mother. after they disappeared, the mother showed up without the children, saying only they were safe. they didn't say where they were. she has sense been committed and has been in court a couple times since being committed. no new information about the possibility of finding those children. what we are looking at is a father's devotion not to give up on some sign, some closure, some information about the whereabout t
children. we are seeing a core group of people who also are with him in that commitment. the people who have been here before, people who haven't. they have a 250-acre area to cover here. they are getting help with the orchard out here. they know this area. they are telling people now what to look for. things that are unusual. not things you would commonly see. what to do if they find something. part of what they want to do is eliminate areas have that be searched and searched again. hopefully they will get some information that will lead them to some critical turn in this case. it has been going on, as i say, a year and a half. back to you. >> derrick, thank you. a new story into our newsroom. police are investigating an armed robbery in loudoun county at a gas station in ashburn just before midnight.
the store after demanding cash. he did get out of the store and left with an unknown amount of cash. police need your help. if you have any information about this, they want to hear from you. now, to a developing story, a man seriously hurt after being struck by a car in southeast d.c. police say it happened 10:30 last night at the intersection of alabama avenue and ainger place. as soon as we get more details, we'll push them out through our nbc washington app. a developing story out of arlington. a man is dead and another injured in a double stabbing. police were called at 8:00 last night. they heard some sort of dispute on the street. this is arlington's first homicide this year. the search is now on for suspects. alexandria just had its first homicide of the year as well. a 69-year-old man was found monday night onou
injury. he decide from those injuries yesterday. investigators say he was walking near his home when someone assaulted him during a robbery. the somber sound of mourning right there. the community gathering for a vigil to honor virginia state police trooper chad dermyer. tkpwefs gunned down in a richmond bus station on thursday he has been identified as james brown iii of illinois had it not been for trooper chad, i can't imagine how many more lives would have been lost. police say brown had 143 rounds of ammunition on him. two women were hurt in the exchange of
another. both are expected to be okay. president obama slamming donald trump. he made some comments about him as he wrapped up the nuclear summit. he said a lot of important work had started even if the goal of stopping the spread of nukes does not happen in his lifetime. >> the person who made the statements doesn't know much about foreign policy, or nuclear policy, or the korean peninsula, or the world generally. >> the president said trump's comments came up during talks with foreign leaders at that summit. he said other nations want "sobriety and from the u.s." >> it seems this morning donald trump reversing course a bit. it comes days after sparking a firestorm of criticism for his comments on abortion. he told cbs news
regarding abortion should remain just as they are. hours after the excerpt of that interview came out, trump's campaign denied that it resulted in a reversal. all of this drama teague up for another "meet the press" tomorrow. moderator chuck todd will break down how his most recent controversial comments are impacting his campaign. the show starts at 10:30 after news 4 today >> 9:37. good news for medstar health after hackers crippled its computer systems earlier this week. medstar is about 90% back to normal after being hacked this week. electronic health records and scheduling. they do not believe patient information was ever compromised. it affected all 10 medstar hospitals in d.c. and maryland, including 250 clinics.
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there on the right of your screen, showing very light rain in most of virginia and maryland. moderate showers in the upper right of your screen. this is moving off north and east. lingering sprinkles probably for about another hour or so. most will be done by noon time. you will need a jacket and umbrella for an hour or two were. >> tom, thank you. a power line struck by lightning aft
last night. the strike caused what you're looking at right there. fire along the road. a knife found at o.j. simpson's form estate is not the knife used to kill his wife and her friend. he gave it to a retired poce officer. the actual murder web has never been found. a disturbing story out of los angeles. a man charged with murdering his son for being gay. officers responded to 911 calls at the family home. they got there and discovered the body of his wife is and 29-year-old son. detectives said he found his wife's body in a bathroom. he said he shot his son in
knife. police searched the house and couldn't find a knife at the scene. a professor at montana state university says a walmart clerk racially profiled him. gill getter says this happened when he went to renew his fishing licensement the clerk asked what was his job. he said he worked at the university, without specific what he did there. but when it arrived, he realized they printed toilet cleaner on the license. he believes this happened because he is black. his license has been fixed and walmart has apologized for this incident. today you can get rid of the old unwanted bank statements, personal documents. we are talking about all the things you want to shred. >> head to anal
that event running until 11:00 this morning. cathy thompson, media relations for inova community college joining us now. i know it's raining. how is the turnout this year? >> wonderful. we have cars lined up all way across the campus. this is a very, very popular event. we get lots of interest. >> what do you think it is? a lot of folks want to protect against identity theft. why is it so important to the community out there? >> as everyone is becoming increasingly aware, cyber security is a huge, huge issue.
all of our personal information is out there. so it is really important to protect yourself by making sure that you don't give out your personal information to people who shouldn't have it. but also that you make sure you just properly destroy and dispose of any papers that have your personal information on it. >> good words of advice there. thank you so much for joining us. >> get in line before 11:00. that is the tip of the morning for you. all right. the nats, they are warming up. fans turned out yesterday to catch a season opener exhibition game. they weren't let down. the team won 4-3 against the twins. we caught up with a few of the fans ahead of that game. >> so excited. can't wait to see what's new at the stadium. >> first year i'm having season
tickets. so i'm real excited. >> the big question today, will the team be able to hold off the twins when they play later. the season opener for the nats is thursday. >> okay. so we talked to people on facebook feed going to the game. we want to know how the weather is going to be. is it going to be rained out. no. we will dry out in time for the game. the system did slow down a little bit. i thought it would be stopping now. we look at storm team 4 radar. very light rain in areas in turquoise, light green zone. you will need an umbrella. it looks like a trend to dry out by noon time. from the bay to the shenandoah valley. that is a wind
55-mile-per-hour winds. but 65-mile-per-hour wind gusts are possible in the mountains and the eastern shore. with winds over 50 miles per hour we could have scattered power outages. tomorrow morning a freeze warning is in effect. all of these areas in purple, including the shenandoah valley, northern montgomery, bring your plants inside. you could have frost on your car tomorrow morning. upper 20s, low 30s. a weather alert day with strong winds in the morning and the cold temperatures. low 50s tomorrow with a lighter wind. chilly again tuesday and wednesday. wednesday near 60. another round of rain maybe on
>> tom, thanks. it's 9:51. 4 things to know on this saturday morning. a man seriously hurt after being struck by a car in southeast. police say it happened 10:30 at the intersection of alabama avenue and ainger place. as soon as we get more details, we will push them out to our nbc washington app. everything is back to normal back here at the white house after somebody jumped over the fence there. it happened just after midnight. secret service immediately took them into custody. they are charged with unlawful entry a new search for the missing sarah and jacob hoggle, who were last seen with mother catherine. 110 facility off good luck road. other dig tors from around the world are expected to b
north carolina taking the ncaa championship game. it was on "the tonight show" ahead of the final four. you can't doubt that face right there. >> i believe it. i believe it. sold! the final four kicks off this evening in houston, texas. wildcats and sooners squaring off. and unc and syracuse squaring off in the second matchup of the night. the national championship is set for monday. very nice. today you can take part in the cherry blossom kuyt festival. perfect. taking a live look at the tidal basin where hundreds of kuyt enthusiasts the show off their skills. it features kuyt flyers across the u.s. and the world. it kicks off at 10:30 this morning inlf
and will run into the evening. things hopefully will clear up. i know it's been a busy day for you. >> for the kites this afternoon, they may have winds 15, 20 miles per hour. but by dawn sunday, we could have gusts to 50 miles per hour. so it could be power outages overnight. frigid temperatures. it will be down in the 30s. maybe below freezing by dawn on sunday. >> 1:30 they are having the hot tricks showdown. that's going to be
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