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after 8:00 was turned away. one woman was so out of breath from rushing, she collapsed outside of of the polls. >> they closed it at 8:00. >> right now you're out of breath drinking water. >> yeah. might having to come here tuesday. >> if you are registered in maryland and can't make it to the polls on election day, you do have another option. you have until tonight to request an absentee ballot on line-up. we have all you need to know about voting on nbcwashington.com. the fall street smart campaign gets under way. the group will hold an event in the district to remind everyone to obey traffic laws or face fines. 75 pedestrians and people on bikes were killed in the d.c. area. we're told the danger actually increases as we lose daylight hours. news4's molette green will have more later on the newscast with
chuck bell has 4 things to know about the forecast on this friday morning. >> yes, indeed. speaking of losing daylight, this is the weekend that we move the clocks back. you get an extra long weekend literally this weekend. don't forget to change the batteries in the smoke detectors. the warm spell, that is it, everybody, 83 yesterday, nowhere near that warm today. quite a northwest wind coming our way. as soon as you get the sun up, the wind will increase dramatically. chilly mornings as we get out that is not what it is going to feel like tomorrow morning. we'll be voting for sunshine by the looks of it coming up on tuesday. last of the rain drops moving off of the chesapeake bay. temperatures will stay where we are. upper 50s and low 60s. a clozer look at the school day forecast coming up in ten minutes. here is melissa mollet. let's see what she was moving on. >> that was an impressive kick when you got the computer moving. >> northbound, southbound, just fine. had the earlier construction on
we don't have any worries there up in the fredrick area. taking a look at 66, fairfax county parkway to the beltway, going to take you eight minutes here this morning. listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car today on this nice friday and northbound, again, 123 after the beltway, still have lanes blocked each way for the roadwork there. aaron? >> thank you. 4:32 now. fairfax county police are not pressing charges right now against a man accused of shattering a driver's window on the beltwa incident. a father was driving with his four month old daughter in the back seat and he says the driver of an suv kept cutting him off. they exchanged words. the suv driver raised a weapon and then his window shattered. this all happened near national harbor. the father eventually pulled over on braddock road at the ravensword -- ravensworth shopping center. >> he got scared. he didn't expect the window to
get off to the side and make sure my baby is okay. >> the little girl is okay. police caught up with the suv driver in vienna but didn't find a weapon and they're not sure how the window shattered. the plan to build express lanes on 66 is moving forward. terry mcauliffe said they picked mobility partners to build the lane. taxpayer money will not be used. the group agreed to give the could be spent on another transportation program in the corridor. transurban, the company who runs the hot lanes on 495 and 59 put in a bid. the construction is set to begin in 2017. the school bus driver involved in that horrific crash in baltimore should not have been driving. the maryland motor vehicle administration says glen chapels license was suspended. they say he never renewed his
health. he also had a criminal conviction which could have disqualified him from driving school buses. he died in the crash along with an mta bus driver and four passengers of the mta bus. no kids were on the school bus at the time of of the crash on tuesday morning. we're working to get new information on a developing story in the district. d.c. police are investigating a shooting in the 4300 block of fourth street southeast. they say a man in his 20s was shot last night before 9:30. at last check, he was in critical condition. we're making additio police have made any arrests or have new suspect information. we do have new information on another shooting in the district that left one man dead. police have released the identity of the victim. he is joshua munson of district heights. the 22-year-old was killed in the 1600 block of t street southeast. it happened late wednesday night. today the man who police say shot two d.c. public school administrators will be in court.
to kill. he shot the man and woman as they sat in the car earlier this year. the victim's car was stuck in the snow there. according to the charging documents, the male victim believes his brother was shot and killed by headspeth in 2007. the woman accused of brutally killing her infant son in 2013 will be arraigned on tuesday. a grand jury indicted lillian alvardo. sh d after giving birth in a bathtub in d.c.'s brightwood neighborhood. police arrested her as she was trying to dispose of the body. alvarado faces life in prison. a u.s. park police officer shot himself in the foot while trying to stop a raccoon attack. the officer was in rock creek park after someone called about the animal. the raccoon attacked the officer who accidently shot himself while fighting off the raccoon. a second officer arrived and killed the animal.
raccoon was rabid. the injured officer is expected to be okay. don't. don't. >> raccoon attack. >> don't. >> and chuck gets on me about not wanting to be okay. i'm just saying. 4:36 right now. this morning, a metro transit police officer is on administrative leave for reportedly pushing two women. laurel watkins shot this video of the incident on saturday at dupont circle. officer andy vin asked her and a friend to leave the station tape shows them asking to leave many times before he appears to push them toward the fair gate. watkins says she was bruised in the incident. metro reviewed vin once before after an incident involving a teen but the teen never filed a complaint. there are sharp divisions within metro about what to do about a nearly $300 million budget short fall. the general manager's budget proposes fare increase, cuts in service and layoffs. it is prepared to double the
same. no word on whether they would be willing to pay more, though. metro's largest union is vowing to protect itself from layoffs. union workers say they're being scapegoated for metro's poor management. today chicago is going to be celebrating as you know. the cubs won their first world series in more than a century. >> it will be a big party. they're holding a parade to honer them today at the friendly confined, wrigley field and then players, coaches and you'll probably see bill murrut >> everybody. >> ride through downtown chicago and the magnificent mile. >> it is expected to be be the busiest day ever for the city's commuter rail system. hundreds of thousands of people expected to show up. they have cancelled school in chicago today. >> i mean -- >> nobody is going to go if they were open. all right. you know what? it was nice while it lasted but we're in for a new temperature swing. chuck is updating his forecast with how to dress the kids for
warmer yesterday -- >> 83 yesterday for a record but the issue isn't how cold does it feel this morning. it is how it is not going to warm up as we get into the rest of the day. sun is not even up and temperatures are in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. you'll need your wind breaker because as soon as the sun comes up, the northwest wind will increase and that is the source of the colder, drier air that will come in during the day. sunglasses and definitely have your sweatshirts for later. bus stop temperatures, not all that bad. upper 50s even at 3:00 today. a gusty northwest wind only near 60 and high school football games, temperatures will be in the chilly, chilly 40s by 8:00 tonight. today gets a b plus. it would have been an a, melissa, but i promise you it will feel windy and chilly outside this afternoon. >> okay professor bell, you're kind of a tough grader. westbound university after route one, we have the right lane here getting by the work zone. we're talking about in each direction, actually.
hermitage. a man walked into a walmart store there and shot an employee multiple times. the suspected gunman was apprehended in the parking lot. why he went into the store opening fire on this employee at this moment, still not known. that individual was flown to a nearby hospital. we understand that he is expected to be okay. i think authorities are just wrapping up a news conference if we can't get you more details as to how this happened. again, wild scene in hermitage, pennsylvania. a man walking into a walmart and shooting an employee multiple times. at the live desk, i'm erika gonzalez. he has said that he thinks the lives of black people are
>> under the failed leadership of hillary, hey, look, talk about leadership, what leadership? >> the only thing left to do is vote! >> we are in the final stretch of decision 2016. there are fewer than 100 hours left for candidates to make their mark. news4's tracie potts continues orr coverage this morning for capitol hill. both hillary clinton and donald trump will be in pennsylvania today. which way is that state to go at this point? >> at this point. we have to specify at this point, eun, it looks like pennsylvania may remain a blue state. it is skewing in the polls toward hillary clinton. that is not stopping donald trump from trying to make inroads here. we saw melania trump with her first solo appearance on the campaign trail outside of philadelphia yesterday. >> and tracie, there may be more swing states than usual this year. donald trump could be losing support in the south. what is going on there? >> hillary clinton is really
campaign is basically pitched as a fire wall state for donald trump, if he doesn't win north carolina, he cannot win. that has a tight margin. interestingly so does georgia. traditionally, a red state but in our latest poll, hillary clinton is within one point statistically, a tie with donald trump in the deep south. >> interesting, tracie potts, live on capitol hill for us, thank you. . [ speaking in a foreign language ] >> vice presidential candidate tim kaine is making the case for hillary clinton to spanish speaking voters, a senator from virginia is the first major party nominee to deliver a full campaign speech in spanish. he told the mostly hispanic crowd in arizona, they're the future of of the u.s. and urged them to help turn the typically republican state blue on tuesday. campaign -- rather kaine will campaign in florida today. indiana governor mike pence will also be in florida tonight
battleground states. last night he spoke in pennsylvania and before his stop in miami, he will speak to voters in michigan and north carolina. twitter is stepping in to stop election rumors. it has been suspending accounts and shared fake ads about texting your vote. at least four different ads have been found. there is no way, no way you can use your phone to vote. if you are unable to get to a polling location, your only option is m 4:48 right now. he avoided the death penalty six times before and now tommy arthur's seventh scheduled execution is on hold. the supreme court granted him a state in order to consider his case. he was convicted of killingman in 1982. he was having an affair with the man's wife and she agreed to pay him insurance money for the murder. his lawyers are arguing the execution goes against several recent rulings by the supreme
painful of a death. isis set wells on fire as iraqi forces moved in. they're trying to drive the terror group out of the city of mosul and potential layout of iraq as well. 18 wells are burning and putting off knoxous fumes for weeks. we expect a virginia man accused of joining isis to be arraigned in alexandria. disallusions after a few months and surrounded to kurdish forces. a federal grand jury indicted him. he will plead not guilty. protests against the north dakota pipeline move to the state capitol. the grounds actually had to be put on lockdown as close it 50 protesters gathered wanting to talk to the governor. they walked around the building and held a sit in in the judicial wing.
tribe. it would come within half a mile of the reservation and would destroy sacred sites. harvard university is punishing the soccer team over online sexual comments. the athletic director announced yesterday that the remainder of the 2016 men's season has been cancelled. a 2012 document uncovered by the student newspaper found members of the team were raiting the attractiveness of recruits on the women's team. they also made lewd comn preferences. the university's president says the so called scouting reports continued through the current season. the team will forfeit the remaining games. the group trying to bring the gondola system to georgetown says it is an alternative to metro. the aerial gondolas would cost anywhere from 80 to $90 million. the information comes from a feasibility study that cost $200,000. it was paid for by a public private partnership which
as the metro station for georgetown until such time as a real metro station gets dug under the river. >> the gondola would run -- >> calm down, aaron. >> the gondola would run by cable. no word on how much it would cost you to ride that system. >> he was worries about flying gondolas. >> i thought early on, we saw boats in the water. >> that is venice. but that is what i car. >> or a flying gondola. >> painted to look like big balloons. that would be awesome. >> it would be so pretty. will you get in the gondola? >> sure. >> i didn't think you liked heights. >> is there a limit to everything. >> you should come to my facebook page. i found a great video. the toughest job in the world. changing light bulbs on the top of a 2,000 foot tall tv antenna. go to my facebook page -- who's job is that?
world. the wife trying to provide for her husband and kids, whenever. it is a job i wouldn't want 2,000 feet up with nothing but a little tiny stick of metal below you. anyway, i digress. it is time to talk about the weekend. still have a lot of clouds around in our skies early this morning. most of the rain is down across tidewater virginia and moving out. nothing more than a passing sprinkle or two is all that is left. that is the leading edge of the colder air which will change the way the day drops and by about 8 or 9:00 this morning, away will go the clouds as well. what you're going to notice is that the temperatures will barely move today. we're in the upper 50s to around 60 now. that is it. we may not get another more than one or two degrees warmer than that during the afternoon. 58 at 7:00 this morning. only 61 by 3:00 this afternoon and in the chilly 50s by 7:00 tonight. great weekend to get out. a lot of past peak conditions
this will probably be the best of our weather for leaf peeping and if you're thinking of sneaking away this weekend, going down to the beach, that is what i'm going to do. sunny and 60s at the coastline. the mountains it will be in the 50s. follow me @chuckbell4. 50s to near 60 today. 60s both days over the weekend. of course, we have to remember to change our clocks back tomorrow. melissa mollet says she has her son on this one. he will the house. >> i think it will take him at least 20 minutes. i have 20 minutes of peace if i give him that task this weekend. taking a look now at 95 in maryland from 32 down to the beltway. you can see going 69 miles an hour. no problems there. prince george's county, bottom of the beltway, no worries. two left lanes are getting by. that work zone this morning and
work zone. a look at 270 coming up. what do you have going on? >> we have to get her out. she not breathing. >> seconds that made the difference between life and death. one officer's remarkable rescue when he jumped into action. >> changing the future of home and apartment hunting, how technology could give you a new perspective before you go there in person.
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what do you got going on? >> my wife is having a heart attack. >> we got to get her out. >> she is not breathing. >> a woman suffering a heart attack was saved by a police officer just in the knick of time. a woman's husband and daughter were rushing her to the hospital in oklahoma when they were pulled over. when the officer found out what was going on, he jumped into, a and performed cpr. the officer saved the woman's life. >> it looks like she w full recovery because of the quick way you administered cpr. >> that is the first time it has ever been truly saving somebody's life. >> doctors say the heart attack the woman suffered was so severe, only 10% of people survive it. an amazing escape for a driver who plunged into a canal. take a look. this happened in arizona. the driver apparently crashed through a fence before landing in the canal. the exact cause of of the accident is still unknown. officials aren't sure whether
were periods of heavy rain thursday afternoon. luckily, the driver was not seriously hurt. christmas day is only seven weeks away. >> why did you have to say that. >> it is written right there. >> okay. well. >> now you have a new stamp to place on cards and gifts before you send them off. u.s. postal workers unveiled the nativity christmas forever stamp. the stamp shows mary and joseph watching over the baby jesus. it is available nationwide now. the postal service makes about 16 billion deliveries during the holiday season. >> love the holiday season even though it is fast approaching. as you're wrapping up the gifts and sealing the cards, there is a new holiday drink option to sip on while you do it. almond breeze. i know what you're going to say.
milk egg nog. this is exciting for anybody lactose intolerant. it comes in classic and vanilla chai spice. you don't trust almond milk. >> people on facebook have been telling me i node to try almond. you can't milk an almond. what is that? >> i enjoy almond milk. you're going to make me cry. >> you share with the people about your milk issue. >> i wish it was a little seen virtual reality used to amusement parks and games. that technology is expanding into real estate. the design firm shows virtual reality allows immersive models to replace confusing blueprints. you can see changes in real time. >> we would deliver a set of goggles. they would put the goggles on.
they could see it but we can see it at the same time. >> right now the technologies used for commercial spaces, offices and luxury homes, but as virtual reality evolves, experts see wider use in real estate. >> right. stay with us. news4 continues now at 5:00 a.m. right now at 5:00 a.m., four days and early voting about to end in d.c. we break down what you need to know as time runs out before election day. >> good morning, everybody it is 5:00 a.m. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang we want to talk about the forecast. what a change here. >> we've done all we can do with temperatures today. >> i rode in with the windows open again this morning. temperatures are, we're in the mid-60s at 2:00 in the morning. we're trending downward a little bit now. the cold front is to our south. colder air is lagging behind but