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thank you, god bless you, get out and vote. >> we've got to get every american eligible to vote registered to vote and here in new hampshire, you got same-day out and vote. >> the candidates agree on one thing this morning -- get out and vote. with less than 24 hours until polls open across the country, hillary clinton and donald trump are making sure their message is heard. good morning, everyone, i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm eun yang. virginia is in the spotlight today, donald trump spoke in leesburg, well into the early-morning hours. and tim kaine returns home today to campaign for his running mate. how voters are responding to the attention this morning. and of course, i'm lauryn
type of weather we're expecting on your election day. and plus, how warm are we going to get today after a chilly start. all that and more, coming up. "news4 midday" starts now. the election day countdown continues, we are less than 24 hours away now. by this time tomorrow, polls in our area will have been open for several hours. polls in virginia open at 6:00 a.m. and at 7:00 a.m. in maryland and d.c. hillary clinton will foc in about an hour, hillary clinton will hold a rally in pennsylvania. at the university of pittsburgh, from there she'll travel to michigan for a get out the vote rally at grand valley state university. tonight she'll head back to peps for an all-star rally at independence hall. she'll be joined by president and mrs. obama, former president bill clinton and chelsea clinton. bruce springsteen and jon bon
>> to republicans where donald trump is hosting a rally at the sarasota fairgrounds and from there will travel to north carolina to hold a rally in raleigh at the fairgrounds, from there, he'll travel to pennsylvania and speak with students at lackawanna college. his running mate will join him for a rally in manchester, new hampshire tonight and end the night in grand rapids, michigan. to the state of the race the new nbc news survey monkey online poll. >> hillary clinton six-point national lead over donald trump remains unchanged from last week. she's leading 47% to 41% according to the polls. nbc news political director chuck todd explains the kind of voter each candidate needs to turn out in order to win the white house. >> she needs a strong african-american turnout in those states in order to secure
little bit. with trump, sit getting skeptical republicans who have never been fans of his, to decide that perhaps the supreme court is more important than his feelings for him. >> coming up, more on local races that we're watching. a brand new poll with less than 24 hours to go shows hillary clinton leading in battleground virginia. the wassen center for public policy shows clinton up six points, major player in the election. news4's molette green is at george mason university in fairfax county. molette, good morning. >> good morning to you, eun. it is the final get out the vote push here from both camps. we're watching it closely. tim kaine coming here tonight. but of course, the trump campaign, not giving up. believing virginia is still in
northern virginia today. >> it's a fight to the finish for battleground virginia. especially millennials. >> i would like him to represent our views more correctly. i feel like we don't get represented because so many of us don't vote. >> in just hours, democratic vp candidate tim kaine delivers his get northern virginia. prepping for a big rally started early this morning on george mason university's campus, with the clinton campaign bureau wied by favorable new numbers in the state. >> sitting at home and not voting or thinking my vote doesn't count because it seems like everything is sliding one way, doesn't make it that way. >> thank you.
democratic-leaning northern virginia this afternoon in manassas. trump virginia's supporters waited hours, some as long as six hours to see him in loudoun county and not everyone cheered him on monday night. a woman in the crowd interrupted the real estate mogul about respecting women. >> we have a very obnoxious young lady here. >> many are thankful to see this long presidential campaign come to an end. >> it's not what i but i mean, at least i'm glad it's over tomorrow. >> vice president joe biden is expected to fire up the crowd here when he joins senator kaine on stage. the doors open at 5:30. as for the trump campaign? ivanka trump takes the stage at 2:00 in manassas at the red rose event center. live in fairfax county, molette green, news4. i'm pat pat lawson muse with breaking news, at the live desk
justice department is responding to concerns about voter intimidation. just moments ago it announced 500 workers are going to enforce federal voting rights laws tomorrow in 28 states. those states include virginia, specifically fairfax and prince william counties. they say if you think there's a problem, you should report it immediately to elections officials at your polling precinct. in addition to that, our i-team will be listening for any concerns you may have at nbc washington app and search voter patrol. eun. thank you, we'll continue to bring you team coverage on election day, can you find an election guide on the nbc washington app. in a few minutes hear how a group is working to get latino voters to the polls tomorrow. >> well it's a beautiful day out there today. plenty of sunshine. yeah we've got blue skies out there. just a good-looking day. now yes it was a little chilly
out to run some errands this morning, it was cool. temperatures are going to top out in the 60s by the time we head into the afternoon. but all in all, not too bad. the main thing is going to be exactly what we're going to expect to election day. we're going to see the temperatures go on up. we also have some rain in the forecast by the time we get into midweek. we're going to talk about election day hour by hour coming p. charles county, the maryland state fire marshal is working to figure out what started a deadly brush fire in waldorf. one man is dead after the fire broke out on garner avenue around 5:00 last night. the victim's identity has not been released. prince william county police are investigating the county's 20th homicide of the year, kristen wright has the latest in the investigation surrounding a woman's death. >> right now police are looking for the person who shot and
virginia gateway shopping center in gainesville. police came out yesterday around 5:30 p.m. when you would imagine there would be a lot of people here. they found this woman, she had been shot, she was flown to the hospital and later died. now police say this does not appear to be random. do believe the shooter knew the woman who was killed. in gainesville, kristen wright, news4. there's a search for whoever shot two university of maryland >> campus police say there were two separate incidents. the first one happened at 7:30 last night near the biomolecular science building. an hour later, police say another student was hit near ellicott hall. police say the suspect may have been in a dark-colored vehicle. this morning, eric holder is calling her a great american. loretta lynch says she was an inspiration. we're talking about janet reno, the first woman u.s. attorney
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under president bill clinton from 1993 until 2001. while she was in office, she revealed she had parkinson's disease. reno was known for some controversial decisionses, including a deadly raid on a waco, texas compound and the decision to send elian gonzales back to cuba. this morning attorney general loretta lynch said reno was one of the most effective, decisive and well-respected leaders in the the job in time for election day. their union announced an agreement with septa. thousands of transportation workers were on strike last week. their new deal includes pension improvements, health care and pay increases. some state leaders thought the lack of transit option was impact voter turnout tomorrow. but full service should in place by then. decision 2016. we talked a lot about the large
show many of those voters especially in battleground states, are hispanic. one group that can be credited with getting people to the polls is voto latino and maria urbana from voto latino joins us with more. >> i understand that voto latino does not take a side. whoever you want to vote for, we're going to get you there. >> we're a nonpartisan civic engagement organization, we largely focusn but we also have programs that involve the entire family and community. >> what's your goal? >> to make sure that young latino who is are natural leaders in their home. because they're translating for their parents, helping their siblings get into college, that they transform that leadership into civic life. become voters, run for office and that they become participants at the level that our numbers show. >> why do you think it's so important in our area to get latinos to the polls tomorrow? >> what's so great about this area is that this area is
early vote in the places that have it as well as in person, absentee. that's a great signifier that latinos and others in the community are paying attention and are prime to go out and vote on tuesday. so this community is now starting to participate at the numbers that really demonstrate its force. >> so what do you think is the problem with getting the vote out in the latino community? why aren't they going to the polls? >> this misconception is that latinos don't turn out. when in fact they do turn they're registered. in 2012, 80% of latinos who were registered. so the key is to register latinos to vote. because once registered, they'll turn out. >> tell me about my ride. what are you going to did? >> it's a program that offers you a free lift or uber ride to new youers. and can you text 73179 -- you've got it in your head.
>> so which areas specifically are you targeting? all three? >> yes. if you're a new user, you can, we offer the ride to any new user in any area across the country. unfortunately, for folks who are already using the app, it is only in key states. >> so do you think the latino vote in our area can influence the way it goes tomorrow? >> absolutely. this area has been prime for having great young latino leadership and othle come out and really show us how it's done. so i imagine we'll continue to see great latino participation in this area as well as nationwide. >> young and old, you're expecting to take advantage? >> yes, absolutely. >> well we'll be watching to see what we can hear and i know you will be able to tell us after tomorrow. >> yes. >> how many people you were ail to get out. >> that's right. >> thank you so much. virginia's 10th congressional seat is up for grabs this election. democratic candidate luann
republican incumbent barbara comstock comstock. bennett went after her opponent by aligning him with donald trump. >> they both oppose comprehensive immigration reform. if you don't like donald trump's agenda, you won't like barbara comstock's agenda. >> the 10th congressional district covers all of the loudoun county fairfax county and prince william counties. barbara come stak had not endorsed the republican nominee for president and had responded to bennett speech by saying while our opponent was having a press conference with a partisan democrat from maryland. we have been meeting with a diverse group of voters from all over the district. another big race to watch this election day is the face-off for the maryland u.s. senate seat held by democrat barbara mikulski since 1987. congressman chris van hollen is hoping to keep the blue seat as
headquarters in largo yesterday. his republican opponent, kathy szeliga, has a big day ahead of her. she'll kick off the morning in baltimore before appearances in anne arundel county later today. democrats are hoping they'll be able to take back the senate this year. but it's going to require quite a few victories in order to do that. nbc's kelly o'donnell has more on the races that you should pay close attention to. >> the new hampshire heart-pounder. >> i'm going to continue to figt. republican senator kelly ayotte, against current governor democrat maggie hassan. the north carolina head shaker, a tougher than expected battle between republican richard burr, chairman of the senate intelligence committee and former state lawmaker deborah roth. and pennsylvania democrats hope hillary clinton can carry katie mcginty to victory. but republican incumbent pat toomey has been polling ahead of trump and keeping it close.
where democrat russ feingold is battling to get back to the senate. while incumbent ron johnson gets a big push from top republicans, speaker ryan, governor walker and rnc chairman reince priebus. all working to keep that seat. kellie o'donnell, nbc news, cleveland. d.c. voters will see a statehood referendum on their ballots tomorrow. if it's approved, officials will make another push in congress to make d.c. the 51st vote since 1982. new developments in the startling kidnapping and murder investigation in south carolina. investigators will be expanding their search after a second body was found on the property. where a woman was found chained inside a metal container. on friday the body of the kidnapped woman's boyfriend was found. police have charged suspect todd
relief. >> gives me closure in what happened that day. it doesn't give me the peace you think one would feel. >> police are working to identify the second set of remains. jurors are back in court today, to determine how much "rolling stone" magazine will pay a university of virginia associate dean. on friday, the jurors found "rolling stone," its publisher and a reporter defamed nicole eramo. the lawsuit centered around the magazine's discredited 2014 at a fraternity house, an investigation found no evidence of the alleged crime. eramo objected to how she was portrayed in the article and is seeking more than $7 million in damages. legalizing marijuana is on the ballots tomorrow in five states. but the results in one state in particular are being watched very closely. why the results could mean a change nationwide. and rome is hit by a giant tornado, the rare event is
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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. house majority pac is responsible flooding, damaged houses and fallen trees, people in italy are cleaning up from a deadly tornado. the tornado hit central italy near rome yesterday. it killed two people. one was in a building that collapsed. the other was killed by a falling tree. we're talking about weather -- >> isn't that incredible?
had a lot of natural disasters this year. >> unfortunately, and fortunately for us, not a lot around here. unless we want to count the blizzard. >> let's not talk about that right now. >> as i was saying that, i was thinking why am i briing that up? we're bringing up sunshine and it's a wonderful day out there. heading out this morning, it was chilly with temperatures in the 30s and 40s, but we're warming up quickly. let's show you what's going on. for this time of year. in the low 60s, we'll top out in the upper 50s, low 60s. tomorrow morning it's going to be another cool day. temperatures tomorrow a little bit warmer by the afternoon. but the sun is going down at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow if you're headed out to vote after work, it may be dark by the time you get to the polls. current temperatures right now, lower to mid 50s, we've all come up out of the 40s after we had frost this morning. and again, we're topping out in
the upper 50s. beautiful day, it is a little breezy out there, though. that wind will die down as we continue into the evening. radar, high pressure in charge, showing nothing. not even a few clouds. our next system in the midwest, a frontal system that will make its way through here. we've got rain chances in the forecast. by the time we get into wednesday morning. we're going to save you for election day. it's going to look really good temperatures are going to slip, sun goes took at 5:0001. dark skies by 7:00. thanks to daylight saving time. temperatures falling into the 30s and 40s overnight when you wake up tomorrow morning, it will be 42 in the district, in the western suburbs, in the lower to mid 30s. not very similar to where we were today. this morning. so if you're headed out to the polls, dress in layers, we'll
the mid to upper 60s. plenty of sunshine. no terrible weather to worry about around here. we'll start your tuesday, 5:00 a.m. looking good, plenty of sunshine out there. maybe a few clouds late ahead of the cold front. so a few showers after midnight. we'll keep the chance of showers going through wednesday morning. and then it's just going to be light stuff, maybe a few lingering by wednesday afternoon. most of the time, most of the day we'll clear out. temperatures on wednesday will be around 60 degrees. so we take it up from 63, into the mid to upper 60s for tuesday, plenty of sunshine thanks to high pressure, the frontal system comes through on wednesday, bringing a few showers for wednesday morning. the first half of wednesday. temperatures will in the upper 50s, lower 60s by the afternoon. wednesday will be a little breezy, but thursday and friday looking good. now the weekend. i know it's monday, but let's talk about next weekend, it's going to be chilly. i've got those numbers coming up. guys? work is already being done
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better, stronger, fairer america. an america where we build bridges, not walls. this is a rigged system. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it. the people, the fbi, they know it. i think it's very embarrassing to them. and now it's up to the american people to deliver we are in the final stretch of decision 2016. both candidates are out in full force as we count down the hours until america heads to the polls. >> and for the second time in months, the fbi has ended its investigation into hillary clinton's emails. nbc's andrea mitchell explain what is it means at this critical point in the campaign. >> hillary clinton in new hampshire late sunday. ignoring the fbi director's letter clearing her, the
would turn off late-deciding swing voters. >> love trump hate. >> word of comey's decision coming as clinton was arriving in cleveland sunday afternoon. her aides elated. comey writing based on our review we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clinton. her running mate, tim kaine, reacting. >> i'm not surprised, it sounds like the fbi director's >> clinton now trying to regain the momentum she's lost when the email controversy erupted more than a week ago, with a star assist from cavaliers royalty, lebron james. >> this woman right here has the brightest future for our world. >> are you ready to vote? >> and later, gold star father kazir khan capturing the crowd at clinton's new hampshire rally with his denunciation of donald
>> can the email damage be undone? with polls opening 24 hours from now, the clinton campaign worries the good news might catch up to the bad news of comey's first letter ten days ago. >> that was andrea mitchell reporting. this time tomorrow polls across our area will be open to voters. virginia's are the first in our area to open. you can vote at your assigned polling place from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. polls open at 7:00 a.m. in d.c. and maryland and do not close until p or what you need to bring, be sure to check out our complete election guide. we've posted that on the nbc washington app. we may not know who the next president will be right now. but the plans for his or her inauguration day, are already in the works. crews again building the platform for outside the u.s. capitol, back in september. the first signs of a fence perimeter have popped up along pennsylvania avenue near lafayette square. the next president will be inaugurated on friday, january
decision 2016 means more than the presidential race. voters will be casting ballots for the senate and the house, and in many places, on marijuana. nbc's gady sha schwartz shows us what the results of that vote could be. >> venice, california, a doctor will prescribe you a medical marijuana card for $40. but people on the boardwalk tell you that pot is so easy to get, prescription. on the ballot in five states, whether to legalize, for most states, that means six plants for personal use and allows people over 21 to buy up to an ounce. >> this is what an ounce looks like. >> this is an ounce, 28 grams. while in maine, voters will be asked to legalize up to two and a half ounces. nationwide polls are showing support for pot is at an all-time high. this election cycle, 57% of
legalize recreational use, the governor, once opposed to legalization, is now optimistic. >> i step back and i look at it and say, you know, it might work. it might work. >> but in the colorado town of pueblo, voters are being asked if they want to repeal legalization. while the district attorney from denver has written a letter to california saying they've seen a an increase in crime and in legalization are taking to the air waves, with ads warning about the dangers to kids. >> children could be exposed to marijuana gummie candy and brownies. the same products blamed for a spike in emergency emergency room visits in colorado. >> the marijuana market could be bigger than the economies of some small countries. experts estimate it could bring over $1 billion in tax revenue alone. >> if california votes yes, it's legitimatemy the beginning of
in the united states of america. period, full stop. >> that was gaty schwartz, reporting. california was the first state to ban marijuana more than 100 years ago in 1912. jury selection is under way in the trial of a man accused of killing nine african-americans inside a charleston church. dylann roof has been indicted on 33 counts related to the killings. this happened in june of 2015. the initial juror pool has been narrowed to 512 people. r whoever killed a maryland man at a weekend bachelor party to turn themselves in. they say 26-year-old julian jones was beaten to death outside of a bar in the city on saturday morning. police say jones did nothing to provoke the attack and they're now investigating this as a homicide. they're looking for at least two suspects. >> to those of you who participated in the assault of mr. jones, i also ask you to contact a lawyer. turn yourself in to the police.
involved. tonight, friends and family of terrence sterling will be back at the spot where the maryland man was killed by d.c. police. they say they still don't have answers in sterling's death. almost two months ago, an officer fatally shot him after a crash between sterling's motorcycle and a police cruiser. police say the crash was intentional. witnesses say it could not be avoided. there's a service alert to tell you about on metro's orange chevellely and the new carrollton station. allow extra time if you're traveling then. your chance to cash in on election day the freebies being offered to voters. and a powerful earthquake in oklahoma.
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rocked oklahoma. the 5.0-magnitude quake appears to have hit the town of curbing the hardest. oklahoma city officials say that 40 to 50 buildings sustained substantial damage. a few minor injuries were reported as well. the quake was felt as far away as iowa, illinois and texas. i got the alert that we were district. and yeah, frost. i ran outside and brought all my plants in the house at 11:30. >> the temperature dropped pretty quickly. >> it was a gorgeous day. >> not here in the district, right outside the district is where the temperatures really dropped. some places in the upper 20s today. >> it's too soon. >> too soon. >> it was chilly this morning and we had some freeze warnings and frost advisories out there.
we continue into tonight and tomorrow morning. beautiful-looking day. my goodness, it is a little chilly. a little breeze as well. but temperatures not too bad out there. i mean we're rising through the 50s. 54 the temperature right now in d.c. 52 in richmond. you can see pretty much through the mid-atlantic the temperatures warming up a little bit so again, 54, nothing we can't deal with. but eun was right, we did hit upper 60s to lower 70s over the weekend. not today. 12 hours, it's going to be gorgeous. as we get into the afternoon. now the sun going down at 5:01, i know, that's thanks to daylight saving time that ended yesterday morning. getting chilly once the sun goes down, clear skies, the temperatures going to plummet and we're going to end up again in the 30s, maybe low 40s during the overnight. high pressure in charge is keeping the clouds out. kind of parked over maine right now. so throughout the mid-atlantic, looking good.
it will bring a frontal system through our area, we could have some rain showers wednesday morning and do we need some rain. we're not going to have a lot of it, unfortunately. for the first half of wednesday. as you're heading to the polls tomorrow morning to wake up, temperatures maybe a degree or two cooler than this morning. 42 in the district. but it's going to be chilly out here in some of the northwestern counties, where temperatures will be in the upper 20s, lower 30s. especially some of the shelter light wind, polls open 6:00, 7:00 a.m. we're going to warm up to the mid to upper 60s, not a lot of wind, just looking good for tomorrow. so plenty of sunshine, clear skies, our clouds roll in late in the day. then we'll see showers getting going for wednesday, ahead of the frontal system. if you like showers through the first half of wednesday. then we'll clear out by wednesday afternoon and the weekend looking good. the weekend, look at the temperatures for the weekend. we've got another cool shot of
coast. for saturday and sunday. not areas getting out of the upper 40s for saturday and sunday. at least we've got some sunshine. thanks, lauryn. have you planned your menu for thanksgiving? after the break, a little help and a twist on the traditional pumpkin pie. plus holiday shopping, the bargains available f the early
local pastry chef wants to you consider tarts for thanksgiving or any meal. she is creating artistic creations and she'll be showcasing her special treats this weekend at the big emporium food event at union market. joining us is christina marie, the co-owner of pearl tart. this is your beautiful and i love your story. you were inspired by your mother. >> i was actually i was working an a kitchen and i was making t of the tarts and i learned how to make just the perfect tart shell and so i sort of got obsessed with the idea that anything could be a tart. because i think we're all familiar with chocolate tarts or lemon tarts or pastry creams. tarts with like the corn syrup glaze on top of the berries. but i just thought you can make so many different flavors into tarts. so that's what we're doing. >> you learned in paris, is that right? >> yes, so i lived in northern
and so i lived with folks there. and i lived in this tiny town of 500 people and learned how to cook with some folks there. yeah. >> and apparently you used some unique flavor. biscuits, lemon grass, not typical for dessert. >> sometimes i like to see what's available seasonably. so we have like one of them is we have a small version and a larger version of a goatcheese and a red wine fruit come i think that's sort of a nice seasonal flavor for the fall. lots of winter spices. reminds me of mulled wine. we take seasonally. we have some thanksgiving tarts that are cranberry, orange and a cheesecake. and a lot of travels, we travel a lot. so i always pick up flavors and flavor ideas on the way. >> i like this one over here on the left. i thought maybe it was a fruit. but that's smoked salmon.
tart. this is almost like bagels and lox, but less carbs, it's got cream cheese with a bunch of fresh veggies, carrots, scallions, fennels and radishes. and smoked salmon and radishes on top. >> show us what you're bringing to the emporium. >> one thing that we're selling that people can take with them is a tart kit and so you get four already done tart right here. >> you get a jar of tart fillings this one is like a pear vanilla jam. and we have crumbles with little garnishes. >> so you can do this at home on your own. >> if you don't have time to eat it now, you can take it home and make it later. >> you mentioned you were inspired by these creations. what did you want to do after that?
and i've just liked the idea of tarts there similar to pie except instead of being served in a pie plate they're kind of freestanding, because instead of a flaky crust, they're like a crisp, shortbread crust so that's what the difference is. >> and what about the secret to making it at home? any quick tips? it seems so intimidating to get the proportions correct. >> they are a little intimidating. part of it is just having the right material. a lot of people use the fluted ones which are hard to get more accurate. you can see them at stores. you set it on top of a sheet pan and then you put the dough inside of it, you have to make sure it's really cold before you throw it in the oven. >> this goat cheese one is intriguing. >> delicious.
weekend. >> bring me one of those, eun. there's no need to count the votes of many major retailers who have already made a big decision about this year's all-important holiday shopping season. details from nbc's chris clackham. the world's largest retailer, amazon is among those no longer waiting for the single-day shopping bonanza, black friday. and are trending towards black november. >> they're taking advantage of the trend, want to make s they're engaging with the consumer that's already eager to shop for the holiday season. >> several surveys agree, consumers are eager with over 40% well under way with their christmas shopping. stretching purchases over several paychecks instead of just one. >> they're demanding to do their shopping earlier than ever. so when it's december they have time to enjoy it with their families. >> even home depot is on board with a black friday sale last
other retailers to join in long before the day after thanksgiving. >> so go visit walmart.com and target.com and you're starting to see special promotions on toys and electronics. >> they say shopping earlier in the month means skipping crowds, less stress, and a better chance at getting the bigger bargains. chris clackham, nbc news. toys r us is hoping bargain shoppers will thanksgiving day. cnbc's kate rodgers looks at their holiday plan. >> toys 'r' us will be open 30 straight hours. it will be the third straight year they've been open this early and boost the number of employees working on black friday. express checkout lanes. cast your vote and get a reward. many national chains are offering freebies and other
krispy kreme to get a free doughnut and work out the calories at gold's gym, which will give you a free access if you show the same sticker. 7-eleven customers can get a free cup of coffee. the deal is available on their mobile app. need a ride to the polls? zip car is making more than 7,000 cars available if you reserve online. with your cnbc morning business report, i'm kate rodgers. good news for guacamole lovers. i love guacamole. avocado supplies ha to come down over the next several weeks. the shortage pushed prices up by double a year ago. the effects of a grower strike in mexico. retailers struggling and some restaurants dropping guacamole from the menu. we know what we're having for lunch. that looks fantastic. coming up, police officers
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state of virginia george mason university and richmond to cap off his events with the clinton campaign. >> god bless you, go out and vote, thank you. >> you just heard donald trump saying god bless you, go out and vote. live pictures from florida, he is hosting a rally at the sarasota fairgrounds. sunshine state is a must-win for trump. a reminder to check out the latest on the final push for voters on the nbc washington app. a national mentoring bridges between communities and police. >> nbc's kate snow tells us how it plans to ease tensions. >> what classes do you have today? >> science, math, reading. >> growing up in roanoke, virginia, ryan brady knew exactly what he wanted to do. >> i felt a very strong desire to help people. >> but wearing a badge and patrolling the streets wasn't enough. >> well i felt like i was doing some good out there on the street. there was just something missing
the community. >> two years ago he signed up to be a big brother through big brothers, big sisters. >> is that it? >> yeah, that's nice. good job. >> now he meets with his little brother, 9-year-old robert, once a week after school. >> on your mark, get set, go. >> it's the model for a new national program pairing police officers with kids in communities where trust has been strained. >> it's a really simple concept. going to understand one another better on any level, whether it's police and community or any other divide that we see in this country country, is through the power of one-to-one relationship. >> it's about having someone who will be there for you. >> philadelphia police commissioner says it will make a big difference in his city. >> does it build trust on an individual level? >> i think it does that there's no denying the climate we're in in the police community relations, particularly in some
relationships. and so we're going to use that to help us do that. and that's what we're optimistic about. >> robert and ryan are optimistic about their friendship, a bond that's only grown stronger. >> we're sitting out back. you remember that, robert and we're kneeling down and i said, we're brothering now, we're family. we're with each other through the good times and the bad times. >> what a great program. >> it can be a model for so many programs in many more communities. let's now. lauryn? >>. [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] >> i think we're having some audio difficulties. >> i think her microphone. >> she probably went to look for it. >> wanted to see if there's a battery issue. but it looks like we're having nice fall weather and a big chill for the next weekend.
annapolis yesterday and it was beautiful. i mean it is definitely fall out there. >> i think lauryn ricketts is back. >> i turned my mic off for a hot second. beautiful and seasonable. chilly and dry, i was letting you guys handle the forecast, that was pretty good. we've got calm conditions today. it's going to be nice, the sun going down, just about 5:00, looking great for your election day, it will be chilly. tomorrow morning, but then we'll warm to the mid to upper chance of rain we're going to have this week is wednesday morning, temperatures around 60 degrees, thursday and friday, we dry back out. the weekend, temperatures in the upper 40s, lower 50s, it will be chilly out there. at least we're going to be dry. next chance of rain after this won't be until tuesday, wednesday of next week. thank you, lauryn. that does it for "news4 midday." we're back on the air this afternoon first at 4:00. you can get news and weather