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the white house is feverishly working to prevent. >> what a local school district is doing this weekend with the hopes of preveteraning another school scandal. >> we take you to chicago where people are already lining up for today's ticker tape parade. >> let's check in with storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell. >> the 80s are officially gone. i think that is our last shot at 80eg year. weather impact on your day today, you'll be fairly low, the warmed is over, quite breezy. northwest winds will set-up shop once the sun comes up and the cooler, drier air will be here for the weekend. so temperatures on your way out the door now, 54 in leesburg, 52, fredrick, maryland. 58 in arlington and 59 in annapolis this morning. planning out the day hour by hour, clearing skies this morning. not all that cold just yet but there just won't be much of a warm up today.
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60 later on this afternoon. more on that coming up in ten minutes. melissa has trouble to the north and trouble to the south. >> trouble to the south and the northbound lanes here, 95 at dale city. very slow. we have a truck, it sounds like, that lost a load of marbles on the roadway. on the right side of the road. we're trying to find out more on what this is doing. northbound branch after the th was. . we have those slow downs as well. inner and outer loop. no major problems. we'll look at travel times and the problem on 95 coming up in a soon. >> did you say marbles? >> marble counter tops. >> got you. there are just four days left before america elects the next president and we're working for you to make sure you make the best decision for you and your family. >> news4's erika gonzalez and derrick ward are just part of
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security experts are checking to make sure the election is secure against cyber attacks. u.s. intelligence officials tell nbc news, they're concerned power grids will be disabled. despite all of the concerns over election hacking and voter intimidation, we're seeing record turn out for early voting. today is your last chance to cast an early ballot in the judiciary square now with everything you need to know on the final day of early voting. good morning to you. >> good morning again, aaron. this is where it all started. this is going to be one of the places where you will be finishing up the last day of early voting if you have left to do it in the district of columbia. the polls open at 8:30 and close at 7:00 p.m. early voting has been going on since october 22nd and i can
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building. that is always a good sign. they say it was a steady turn out all of the period of early voting here as well. now, d.c. also has absentee ballots, what is called no excuse absentee ballots. if you haven't got one it is too late to get one and request one. you have until election day to turn it in. a lot of things on the ballot this year here in district. there is the presidential race. also the ward vincent gray is trying to make a political come back. also, we have a race for d.c. delegate, two at large city council seats with six people vying for seats. there are advisory neighborhood commission races and an advisory referendum on d.c. state hood. folks coming out here, again, this is the last day for early voting and the polls close at 7:00.
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derrick ward, news4, back to you. >> thank you. can you believe it? there are fewer than 100 hours left for the candidates to campaign and they will use every minute itself to try to secure votes ahead of election day. the focus remains, though, on those battleground states. hillary clinton will make appearances in pittsburgh and detroit. president obama will rally on her behalf in north carolina. donald trump will make stops in new hampshire, ohio, and pennsylvania, learning another batch of e-mails from clinton's time from secretary of state could be released today. a hearing about a lawsuit filed against the department will be held on monday. meanwhile, new polls show clinton is gaining ground on trump in a few states that typically vote republican. nbc news, wall street journal
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ahead of clinton. the race there, neck and neck. 45% of likely voters opting for trump with 44% leaning towards clinton and the polls have margin of errors of about 3 points on each of those from the decision desk, i'm erika gonzalez. back to you. >> thank you, erika. it is 6:05. we're working to get more information on a developing story in the district. d.c. police are investigating a shooting in the 4300 block of 4th street seats. 9:30. at last check, he was in critical condition. we're making additional calls to find out whether police have made any arrests or have new suspect information. fairfax county police are not pressing charges at this time against a man accused of road rage on the beltway. here is what we know about the incident. a father driving with his four month old daughter in the back seat says the driver of an suv kept cutting him off. they exchanged words and the
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weapon and his window shattered. the father pulled over. franklin flores tried to help him. >> he got really scared because it was unexpected that his window shattered. and so the first thought was i need to get off to the side and make sure my baby is okay. >> the little girl is all right. they caught up with an suv driver in vienna but did not find a weapon and aren't sure how the window two d.c. public administrators will be in court. justin headspeth shot the couple as they sat in a car earlier this year. the victim's car war stuck in the snow there. according to charging documents, the male victim believed his brother was shot and killed by headspeth in 2007. muhammad weis traveled to
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few months and surrounded to kurdish forces. a federal grand jury indicted him on charges he provided material support to isis. his attorneys say he will plead not guilty. a human trafficker convicted will be sentenced in federal court. michael maynes was found guilty of trafficking women and girls across northern virginia and commonwealth. prosecutors say he would separate mothers from the children and refuse to reunite them untile work for him. tomorrow, parents in prince george's county are invited to a community summit on school safety and accountability. parents will be able to give their input on the student safety action plan. that meeting is tomorrow morning at 10:00 at the middle school in mitchellville. free breakfast and child care will be provided. today, late supreme court justice scalia will be honored by the bar.
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he died in february. a search for the replacement has been a source of tension among candidates. look at chicago now. you may quiet in wrigley field. in a few hours it will be rocking. the city is holding a parade for the chicago cubs. >> as you know by now, they won the world series. the first one in more than 100 years. the parade starts at wrigley and rides through downtown chicago and the magnificent mile. it will include playersnd coaches and i bet bill murray, too. >> hbds of thousands of people are expected to line the streets to cheer on the team. this could be the busiest day ever for the city's commuter rail system. they're trying to get ready for that. school is out. cancelled school today. >> did they really snl. >> who will show up? >> waiting 100 years for this. you finally made it to the weekend. tgif. chuck bell says the weather should hold out for the most part. a closer look at what you face if you have outdoor plan.
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based on a virginia couple but is it wrong? the new claims being brought about richard and mildred. >> maybe some day but don't believe any rumors you might be hearing about. texting your vote. the warning just days before the presidential election.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those
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i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united, our best days are still ahead. a police sergeant stabbed and another officer assaulted trying to break up an early morning fight. this in newark, new jersey. we understand this happened just before 4:00 this morning. we know that the officers were taken to the hospital. they are expected to survive. they've got one suspect in custody and it is not certain if they're looking for anybody else. one police sergeant stabbed and another assaulted in newark, new
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gonzalez. 6:13, our time right now. 58 degrees outside our studios this morning. not the best we can do right now. >> that is about all we'll be able to muster today. temperatures will only rise maybe a degree or two between now and the middle of the afternoon. if you're looking out for the weekend plans, dry on saturday and sunday. perfect for yard work or perfect for exercising, fall color is coming to an end. still pretty good color from the blue ridge eastbound int d.c. metro area. back up into the 60s as we get towards sunday. a look at the five day forecast coming up in ten minutes. melissa is tracking the trouble. marble on the road. >> somebody lost his marbles on the road. take a look here. this is chopper 4. just got over the scene. this is 95 northbound there at dale city. this is, it looks like it was a flat bed truck that had marble
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side of the roadway. very slow there. 270 looks okay. top of the beltway looks okay. going back here to virginia, 66 is all right but 95 north getting quite slow because probably in part because of this problem here. just 32 miles an hour. quantico to the beltway, remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. authorities in michigan have released chilling video. they say it shows the murder suspect, bradley o-strike preparing to kill his alleged victims. you can see him hanging ropes and carrying chains with giant hooks. first video is dated july 5th of 2014. that was the weekend before he allegedly killed a couple after meeting them on craigslist. authorities say they were preparing to arrest him when he committed suicide. a major investigation is under way into south korea's president. she is apologizing for letting someone else basically run the
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she admitted she relied on the daughter of a cult leader to help her with public relations junior. she is replacing her prime minister, she denied any involvement in the cult. $1 million is how much one man will have to pay for his role in the baltimore riots. violent rioting erupted following freddie gray's death. gregory butler junior has to pay probation and publishing service. he punctured a fire hose as they tried to douse the flames at a burning cvs. the riots cost the city $20 million. the trial against a former south carolina police officer charged in the murder of walter scott is under way. cell phone video captured michael slager fatally shooting the unarmed black man after a traffic stop. he faces between 30 years and life in prison if he is convicted. the jury is made up of 11 white
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the judge is allowing slager to remain out of jail during the trial. 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 raccoon. there is still no word yet whether the raccoon was rabid. the injured officer is expected to be okay. this morning, a transit police officer is on administrative leave for reportedly pushing two women. laura watkins shot this video at dupont circle. officer andy vin asked her and a friend to leave the station because they were too drink. they were asked to leave many times before he appears to push them toward the fare gate. watkins says she was bruised in the incident.
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the d.c. council is trying to help metro with the $300 million budget short fall. the council says it is prepared to double the yearly contribution to metro if maryland and virginia do the same. no word on whether they would be willing to pay more. this week, the general manager proposed fare increases, cuts in service and layoffs. the budget is getting a lot of push back from employees and the transit board. twitter steps in to stop some election rumors, the company has suspended accounts texting your vote. there is no way you can use your phone to vote. at least four different ads have been found. if you're unable to get to a polling location, your only option is a mail in absentee ballot. while you have to be 18 to vote, some prince william county students found out what it was like to cast a ballot. they held a mock election. the school worked with the county election office to create a ballot like the ones their
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polls. >> i thought of policies that would pertain to me and who would have the best policies that would enhance life for me. >> i felt like i focused on the main strengths, like hillary's is racism and trump's is financial aid. >> the final results, hillary clinton came out on top followed by donald trump. third party candidates received more combined votes than trump. >>he featured in the new movie loving says the movie got it wrong. this tells the story of richard loving and mildred jeter. they were married in virginia in the 1950s. interracial marriage was against the law at the time. jeter appears to be a black woman in the movie. her grandson says she was an indian. his grandmother would be insulted that she was profiled
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first 4 traffic. take a look at this. chopper 4 over this big problem here. this is 95 northbound. main lanes there at dale city as chopper zooms in. we have a truck that lost what appears to be a load of marble counter tops perhaps here in the roadway. this is a big mess here and everybody in the main lanes strog stay there to the left this morning. outer loop at georgia avenue. have a crash reported there as well this morning. southbound gw parkway, near the hump back bridge. s overall, no major problems. southbound bw is out of the way. good morning chuck bell. >> good morning melissa. finally, a little cool down is coming our way after a record shattering 83 degrees yesterday. that was our second warmest temperature this late in the year on record. temperature records go back to 1872. the only day later in the year that was warmer than yesterday was november the 4th of 1974 was
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pushing their way out of the area. skies are mostly clear from the washington d.c. metro to points north from the shenandoah valley, the blue ridge this morning. skies have cleared out nicely. last little bits of rain are out of our area and across parts of tidewater virginia. they will be out of the way at the sorry april beach area by later today. right now, temperatures are trending back just a bit. 48, gaithersburg, 52, leesburg, 55 warrenton, 58 here in town. much of a warm up today. clearing and mild this morning, breezy and way cooler this afternoon. no more upper 70s to near 80. mid afternoon temperatures will only be hovering around 60 degrees and it will be chilly. those high school football games tonight. the specific high school football forecast coming up at 6:41. afternoon temperatures today, plan on it staying in the 50s across much of northern maryland into the shenandoah valley. planning out your day for tomorrow, chilly, bordering on a
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not as windy tomorrow either. mostly for tomorrow, mostly in the upper 50s and low 60s and it looks like it will be mild and dry for election day. follow me on twitter @chuckbell4 or like my facebook page. back into the 60s. this is actually close to average for this part of november. back for the 4 things you need to know in ten mi you might want to think twice before you order that pumpkin spice latte this morning. the health concerns surrounding a seasonable favorite. >> a plan to help ease traffic in northern strchlt april moves ahead. will you have to pay for it? what we're learning about the proposal to add express lanes on 66. >> who is expected to be grilled today after skipping out on questions surrounding that
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after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump.
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?? >> didn't see that coming. >> that is dylan gilmore from annapolis, dylan will be on today's episode of the ellen degeneres show. he will rap like he is doing right there. he will talk about how life has changed si the store. triple threat. you have to do it all. >> seriously. >> tune in this afternoon at 3:00 on nbc 4 to see what that special surprise is. >> what is he, like, 4? >> seriously. it is 6:25 right now. the fda is trying on answer a important question. is nutella a dessert topping or a spread.
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nutella. they classify toppers and spreads differently. nutella is classified as a dessert topping but it should share the same category as sweet spreads such as honey and jam. it could cut the number of calories and fat listed on the nutritional labels in half. >> have you ever had nutella? you can spread it on anything and it will taste good. >> what is it? >> hazel n you've never had nutella? people. okay, i'm going to get you a jar for christmas. >> it is not adventurous. it is delicious. >> just give me chocolate. tis the season for pumpkin spice everything. >> adding the fall flavor into your favorite drink isn't always a healthy option. a pumpkin spice latte can count for 20% of the day's calories
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best bet is to add in the flavor at home. if you have to have the starbucks fix, small changes in your order can make a big difference. cut out the whipped cream. ask for sugar free syrup. fat free milk. look out for the blended drinks, too. things are pretty mild but things will change. when the wind is expected to pick up when we check in with storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell. >> tied up for months against her will. one woman northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform.
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epared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one.
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a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney
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now at 6:30, tied up and held hostage for months, this morning, we're learning more about a woman kept captive since august and the desperate search to find her boyfriend. a new traffic safety crackdown and how that might mean big ticks for you. >> what you need to know about just four days to go until the election. breaking news right now in
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only helicopter over the scene this morning of this massive problem, 95 northbound here at dale city. a little hard to see but if chopper can zoom in for me here you'll see what appears to be a marble truck that has lost its load onto the middle of the roadway here this morning. left side getting by here. this is a three mile back up. look right now, 95 north, six miles an hour as you head northbound, as we widen out here, another big problem that has just happened, outer loop before connecticut ae crash blocking the right lane. talking about this issue on 95, going to take awhile to clean it out of the way. chopper 4 photographer bob freitas up above for us. what about an alternate? >> this is a rough delay right now on the northbound side of 95 headed up from dale city. let me show you the delay. it is huge and building by the minute. 3 miles now. i'm going to zoom in quick and show you with chopper 4
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lost the load of marble. i haven't seen anybody stop to try to start picking this up. it is very heavy so expect this closure to last for awhile. i'll send it back down to you in the studio. >> brad freitas in chopper 4 for us. >> i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. we want to get right to 4 things to know about our forecast. >> here is meteorologist chuck bell. >> good morning aaron and eun. happy to friday. almost made it through another whole record shattering 83 yesterday, gone. no more of that. northwest wind is on the way. it will be a blustery and chilly afternoon and chilly, bordering on cold mornings are coming our way for the weekend. looks like we'll be sitting in sunshine through the weekend all the way into election day. for today, we're in the low to mid-50s outside now but notice, even with sunshine back today, that northwest wind is going to counteract the sunshine and
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forecast coming up at 6:51. >> 6:33 now. with four days until the election, there is a push to keep poll watchers from harassing people. democrats claim donald trump's campaign is encouraging voters to be intimidated the the republican party has denied the charges in each case. country. today is the last day for early voting here in the district. voting centers open at 8:30 and will close at 7:00 tonight. virginia doesn't allow early voting but you can cast an absentee ballot in person until tomorrow night. if you're registered in west virginia, you can vote early until tomorrow's deadline. maryland's early voting ended last night. still ahead, we'll tell you about the steps being taken against potential hackers ahead
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what could affect the day at the polls. it is 6:33. a disturbing story developing after a woman was found chained inside a shipping container. kayla brown and her boyfriend were reported missing in august. yesterday, deputies searching a south carolina property heard her screaming for help. now a registered sex offender who owns that property is in custody. >> we got deputies down there that came to do the search warrant this morning container. for all of the officers to open the container up and see her chained like a dog, i mean, that is incredible. >> there is no sign of brown's boyfriend. his car was found nearby. brown told investigators up to four bodies could be buried on the property. none have been found so far but the search will resume later this morning. a woman out walking her dog says a man tried to snatch her from the sidewalk. police in fairfax county have
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arivalo with abduction. she was walking earlier this week when she noticed a car slowly driving by. she said the man jumped out of the car and grabbed her. she managed to get away. an interesting twist in a home invasion investigation. prince william county police arrested two men who appear to be the victims. nathan thomas and richard german reported armed men broke into their house and assaulted them. during the investigation of the house, police f guns. nathan thomas and richard german were arrested on charges of manufacturing drugs. as we approach daylight saving time, street safety is an even bigger concern for people who walk or ride their bikes regularly. molette green joins us live with how disobeying traffic laws could cost you big time. molette, good morning. >> good morning to you. yeah, look out here. we've got plenty of it.
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some of them moving too fast and break the law. later this morning, we'll hear from a campaign that kicks in as we start to lose the daylight hours, urging you to obey the laws. the traffic laws, you'll face fines, especially at some of the big trouble spots where crashes have killed people. listen to one woman out here who does not drive a car. >> i walk! yeah, and ike too crackdown, i'm fine with that. i feel like the resources can go somewhere else. >> now a big part of the campaign of course is getting law enforcement involved with those big fines. we're talking anywhere from 40 to $500 and points on your license. we're live this morning rosslyn, back to you. breaking news right now in
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95 northbound through dale city. chopper 4 the only helicopter over the scene, full details coming up. harvard's soccer team is dealt a season ending blow, not because of anything that happened on the field. >> looking live outside this morning where we're already seeing temperatures in the 60s. how to dress the kids for the
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics.
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common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. breaking news on the roads. chopper 4, the only helicopter over the scene. 95 north at dale city. take a look at this. the chuck lost the load of marble counter tops here. right now we're only getting by in the left lane. this is a three mile back up and it is just going to build. that will take quite some time to get it completely out of the way. inner loop at richie marlboro road. have a crash there, slowing
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southbound. outer loop at connecticut, that crash is now on the shoulder. southbound bw parkway at arudel mills parkway. now your storm team4 forecast. >> good morning, everybody, i'm storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell. we have dropped back down to the 50s this morning. 53 leesburg, 51 potomac. 51 in arlington this do grab your sunglasses and wind breaker and have a sweatshirt ready to go for later today. temperatures will not be rising much. only into the upper 50s to back to around 60 by later on today. the daily grade is a b plus. it would have been an a but it will be sunny and blustery outside this afternoon. >> thanks, chuck. four days to go until america elects a new president. this morning, there are new concerns about a major cyber attack on election day.
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vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening.
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global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move.
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now at 6:45, a road rage incident on the beltway. a baby in the back seat. >> some man kept cutting him off. he kept getting real close. >> after a slew of scandals, action. the summit about to get under way surrounding a certain school system. >> we have just a few hours to cast your vote early in the district.
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voting. >> the incredible weather of a beached whale as it unfolded. the celebration continues in chicago this morning. where the cubs are just hours away from a ticker tape parade. starting right now with breaking news in first 4 traffic, chopper 4 first and only helicopter over the scene this morning. take a look here. a three mile back up. 95 northbound, because of this problem here at dale city where a construction vehicle lost a we're jammed if you can, if you're headed out at any time soon, route 1 right now, not a bad alternate. we'll talk live with our chopper photographer coming up here in the next couple of minutes. thank you. 6:45 now. there are just four days left before america elects the next president and we're working for you to help you make the best decision for you and your family. >> news4's erika gonzalez and derrick ward are part of the team coverage this morning. first, a developing story.
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election systems to make sure they're secure against cyber attacks. they'll be in arlington to work on the defense strategy. u.s. intelligence officials tell nbc news, they're concerned the power grids will be disabled. the official voting tally will not be affected. we're four days away from election day. today is the last day toch cast an early ballot in the district. derrick ward is live at one judiciary square with everything you need sto to know on the final day of early voting. derrick. >> reporter: it is getting late for folks who want to be early. you have the rest of this day to cast your early vote here in the district of columbia. polls open at 8:30 this morning and they close at 7:00. it actually started here on october 22nd. this was the one location where you could do early voting for the first few days of early voting but the next week, then, polling places opened in each of is it the city's eighth wards.
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ballot. you have the presidential race. you have the ward seven race. you have the two at large county city council seats open with six people contending for each of those two seats and you have the advisory referendum on state hood. that is where you, the council, would essentially ask congress to begin the process of making d.c. the 51st state. education. commissioner seats as well as the d.c. delegate are all up for contention in this election. again, you have until 8:00 p.m. tonight, 7:00 p.m. tonight to cast your early vote. we're live at one judiciary square. derrick ward, news4, back to you. >> continuing our decision 2016 team coverage this morning, nbc's peter alexander is live in pennsylvania. peter, good morning, both candidates making appearances in that state today. >> reporter: hey, eun.
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crescendo. hillary clinton hitting donald trump for appealing to hatred. donald trump saying hillary clinton will be bogged down in a series of investigations. they are both trying to say that the other one is unfit to serve and as this race is tightening in critical battlegrounds. donald trump chipping away at hillary clinton's lead. they're trying blue states like michigan and pennsylvania just hung up with a top aide to donald trump who tells me he will be hitting ten separate states in the course of the next three days. the intensity is picking up with a matter of hours to go until america hours. >> peter, thank you, check out the full report coming up next on "the today show." i'm erika gonzalez at the decision desk. there are fewer than 100 hours
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pennsylvania, president obama will be rallying clinthon supporters in north carolina today. donald trump will also make stops in new hampshire and ohio and we are also learning another batch of e-mails from clinton's time from secretary of state could be released today. more than 100 pages were recovered by the fbi. a hearing about a lawsuit filed against the department will be held on monday. meanwhile, new polls show clinton is gaining ground on trump in a fewst typically vote republican. nbc news, wall street journal marist poll shows he is up five points in arizona. in georgia he is one point ahead of clinton. neck and neck. 40% of likely voters opting for trump with 44% leaning towards clinton and the polls have a margin of error of three points each. it is 6:50.
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information on a developing story in the district. d.c. police are investigating a shooting in the 4300 block of 4th street southeast. they say a man in his 20s was shot last night just before 9:30. at last check, he was in critical condition. we're making additional calls right now to find out whether police have made any arrests or have new suspect information. fairfax county police are not pressing charges at this time against a man accused of road rage on the beltway. a father driving with his four month old daug kept cutting him off. they exchanged words. the suv driver then raised a weapon and shattered his window near national harbor. the father pulled over. franklin flores said he tried to help. >> he got really scared because it was unexpected window shatter and so the first thought is i need to make sure my baby is okay. >> the baby is okay.
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driver in vienna but they did not find a weapon and aren't sure how the window shattered. today the man who police say shot two d.c. public school administrators will be in court. justin headspeth is charged with assault with intent to kill. he shot the man and woman earlier this year. the victim's car was stuck in the snow there. the male victim believes his brother was shot and killed by parents in prince george's county are invited to a community summit on school safety and accountability. attendees can give input on the action plan tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. free breakfast and child care are provided. 6:51. people are already lining the chicago streets for the cubs parade. we've been watching this live picture from outside wrigley field and now you can see maybe a few people along the fence
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for the first time since 1908. the parade begins right around the same time as news4 midday, 11:00 a.m. we'll bring that to you live. check in with nbc's ron mott. he is in chicago counting down to the big celebration. it is going to be a massive party out there, ron. >> reporter: that massive party started wednesday night when they reported the final out to win the world series and you see the words on the marquee, world series champions, fist time wrigley field. when they won last time in 1908 they played in west side park. they will make their way from wrigley field through downtown and a huge rally at grant park. a lot of folks probably not going to work today. they are already headed here and other places around the city to get in line for a good spot along the parade route. i want to tell you how exciting this is for the city. ben zobrist, the mvp of the
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he doesn't live too far from here, just west of here and he signed autographs. there was a line of people. people are excited and happy to have their heros in town. it will be a huge and historic day. >> he will be signing autographs for a long time. ron mott live in chicago. more on "the today show" in just a minute. chuck bell is joining us now to tell us more about the back to reality forecast. >> back to november. yesterday felt a little bit more like mid-september than early november. tomorrow, november r second warmest temperature recorded so late in the year. the only day later than yesterday's date that had a warmer temperature was when we reached 84 back on november the 4th of 1974. so very unusually warm yesterday. now the cold front is to our south. colder air will spill in on a gusty northwest wind today. hold on to your hats and have your wind breaker ready to go. temperatures are in the mid-50s across much of the suburbs but
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the northwest wind bringing the cooler and drier air in. temperatures will be in the mid-50s through 8:00. mid afternoon temperatures up to around 60 degrees. planning out tomorrow, down right chilly, they will be 30s in the rural areas. great weekend to get outside and look at the color. it is past peak once you get past the shenandoah valley. the mountain forecast in the 50s today and tomorrow, back it on near 60 for tomorrow. it will be a great day for longevity. -- lungevity temperatures will be in the 50s. relatively mild november weather continues into early next week. >> continuing in first 4 traffic. chopper 4 first and only chopper over the scene. massive problem. 95 north at dale city a three and a half mile to 4 mile back up. when you look at the delays, you can see how bad it is right now.
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1 instead if you possibly can. a good alternate if you have to leave at any time soon, you know how heavy marble is and how long it will take to get that up and out of the roadway. brad freitas is over the scene. how are things looking right now? >> well, we're making a little bit of progress. we've got finally a tow truck on the scene to get the flat bed out of the way. this marble is very heavy and is going to take awhile to clean up. you can see how bad the delays are and this is the kind of morning, melissa, want to spend extra dollars to get to work on time. the express lanes are moving very well. send it back down to you. >> brad, thank you. eastbound 66 at the manassas rest area, also have a lane blocked there, talking about other problems there. outer loop before connecticut avenue, that crash has cleared out of the way. southbound bw parkway at arundel mills boulevard. all lanes blocked. lower part of the beltway in prince george's looking typical.
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thanks melissa. less daylight means more danger on the streets for pedestrians and bicyclists. one area group wants you to be more aware as you drive and walk and bike this fall. news4's molette green is live now to tell us about the street smart campaign. molette, good morning. >> reporter: right. it is coming right at you if you break the traffic laws out here. the street smart campaign, part itself is big fines from law enforcement. we're talking and points on your license. experts say as we lose the daylight hours, it get more dangerous out here. last year, they point to 75 crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists who lost their lives in the dmv. we'll have more coming up on news4 midday. checking 4 things to know before you head out the door, the chicago cubs championship parade is today. earlier this week, they won the world series for the first time
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