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the power. what the first staff picks are revealing about the presidency and the transition process starting today on capitol hill. it is 5:00 a.m. good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. we want to check our weather as well. pretty cold start to the morning on monday. >> storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell here with the weather headlines. morning, chuck. >> good morning eun and aaron. full moon out there early this morning. starting to get low in the western, southwestern sky. your next best chance for a this morning when it goes below the horizon. for today, clear and cold outside this morning. both areas are in the 20s and 30s, so layer up. clouds are coming up by later this afternoon and likely to have rain drops in here before the day is done. the rain is just on the virginia, north carolina border now but it is coming northbound, everybody, likely to have rain in and around the area not long after, 5, 6:00, 7:00 this evening. 30 on your way out the door.
when does the sunshine come back? that part of the forecast coming up in a few more minutes when we start thinking about the weekend. good morning, melissa. >> good morning. beltway looking good. had an earlier crash that cleared and earlier roadwork out of the way as well. no big worries there on the beltway right now. 66 in to town here from fairfax county to the beltway. 61 miles an hour. going to take you nine minutes. no big worries there on 66. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in or work. 95 north here through the woodbridge area. you're on time at 64 miles an hour and overall, bottom of the beltway in prince george's county. looking quite good. 95 in maryland, coming up. at the live desk, i'm david culver, want to take you to california where police are trying to find a man who tried to kill two officers. this happened last night in san jose. the department says two officers
group of men. the group started running. the one of the men in the group turned around and shot at the cops. no one got hit. the officers did not return fire. police did set-up a perimeter. you have the scene all closed off. they're hoping to track down the shooter. any updates, we'll bring them to you here. >> david culver at the live desk. it is 5:02 now. president-elect donald trump has picked his first two key advisors. republican national committee chairman reince priebus will be he has been the rnc chairman since 2011. steven bannon will serve as the chief strategist and senior council. bannon, who was trump's campaign ceo is seen as a controversial choice. his website, bright bart news has adopted anti-semitic and nationalist views. in an interview on 60 minutes, president-elect trump says he is aware of reports that some of his supporters may be harassing latinos, muslims and other minority groups.
supporters. >> i am so saddened to hear that and i say stop it. if it helps, i will say this, and i'll say it right to the cameras. stop it. >> trump's message for americans who fear what his presidency may bring, quote, don't be afraid. we'll bring our country back. trump nation, whites only. that is the message members of a silvpr morning. they're investigating the investigation at our savor church at a hate based incident. they urged them to learn from it and promote love in the community. >> we need to love those who hate and, because love is stronger than hate. >> i would call especially upon the president-elect and those
and hate perpetrated in his name. >> the message was written on a brick wall on a sign promoting spanish language services. they've been removed and replaced with messages of love written by church members in chalk. anti-trump demonstrations continue in cities across the country. sunday marks the fifth night in a row thousands of people took to the streets to denounce his election. many are worried about his proposalsor other proposals he made during his campaign. trump critics are headed to court to fight for permission to protest during the inauguration. they want space preserved outside of the hotel and along the parade route. the federal appeals court in the district will hear arguments at 9:30. this is not the first time this has happened ahead of an inauguration. they have been fighting for similar rights since 2001. just about 5:05 now on
orientation at 8:00 a.m., the members will begin learning their way around the hill. they will also take part in security briefings and training sessions. the orientation lasts all week. staffers say this week long orientation helps newly elected members of congress hit the ground running come january. with republicans controlling the house, senate, and the white house, the question for democrats now, what is the path forward? president obama will discuss that with members of the democratic national a phone call later today. hillary clinton will take part in a separate call with house democrats. developing, new zealand's prime minister is surveying the damage from the massive earthquake on saturday. now they're dealing with aftershocks, closed roads and a lot of damage. a dam broke and forced people to race for higher grounds. two people have died as a result of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake. county lawmakers are trying it to figure out how to prevent
that happened over the summer. news4's kristin wright is live in rockville with what they planned to do. good morning. >> reporter: if you're like me, you've had an awful dream before where you tried to call 911 and you can't get through. well, that actually happened here in montgomery county this summer. very real for people here. so today they'll talk it out. it is a joint committee that will meet this morning. it is council's public committee and it is government operations committee. they will talk. they will talk about two big things here. how to prevent another 911 outage and how to inform the public if it does happen again and that is key. so let's back up just a little bit. july 10th at about 11:00 in the morning, the county's 911 system went out and the back up system was out as well. this lasted from about 90
morning, i should mention, too, that two people in montgomery county died during this outage. the family of one of them told us they had called 911 repeatedly and could not get through. back to you. >> all right, kristin, thank you. 5:07 now. new this morning, an update on the disappearance of a 21-year-old university of maryland student. caitlyn george was last seen friday morning on a local bus in baltimore. before that, leaving the college park in a taxi tuesday afternoon. the driver dropped her off in baltimore's federal hill neighborhood. caitlyn was supposed to meet a friend to go hiking. if you know where she might be, call police. police are investigating a homicide in southeast washington. they say a man was found stabbed to death last night around 7:00 near the 1300 block of k street. police have not released the man's identity. the father accused of stabbing his two sons over the weekend in district heights is
faces attempted murder charges. prince george county police say he stabbed his two young children hours after he sexually assaulted an ex-girlfriend in his home on saturday. both boys are under five years old. family members inside that home rushed to ask neighbors for help. >> i saw the wounds on the child and we tried to do my best to assist with the medical attention and everything, too, >> dillard is being held in jail without bond. police say the boy's injuries do not appear to be life threatening. domestic violence is a concern in prince george's county. over the last two years, the county says 13 children have died in domestic violence incidents. news4 is taking a close look at the problems and the solutions in an initiative we call safe at home. for more information, head to the nbc washington app. a montgomery county advocacy
traffic problems. they will submit a proposal to the governor's i-270 competition. the commit agree says the money should be made to add more marked trains between d.c. and fredrick. the redskins have momentum this morning but it is a long climb up to first place. >> skins are in third place right now. there is space to win tomorrow. news4 sports reporter jason pugh tells us what they need to do this second up 20 first half points to the minnesota vikings came out in the second half and shut the door. the redskins winners 26-20. it was the offense starting in high gear, scored on the first two possessions. a 38 yard touchdown pass to vernon davis put washington up 14-0 in the second quarter but minnesota scored three times in the same quarter, including this 20 yard touchdown to cal rudolf.
goals but the vikings had a chance to win it. down seconds, preston smith comes through with his second sack of the day to seal the 26-20 win. >> we know that the teams we play from here on out will be very, very good and will make the runs and we have to answer them. today we did that and that is the big thing. just stay focused. keep your poise. move onto the next play. >> four quarters. we have to play four quarters. the day you see us play four quarters of fool. add. >> they will have a prime time match up on sunday night football right here on news4 against the green bay packers. from fedex field, i'm jason pugh, news4 sports. >> they sound like they know what they have to do. four quarters. here we go. >> make it happen. >> go skins. >> plenty of season left. there is no doubt, no denying it, it is cold out this morning.
cold, chuck bell. i'm not sure if i'm ready for this. >> ready or not, eun, here comes winter time. clear skies overnight have allowed for a flawless viewing of the super moon early this morning. i'll share some of my favorite pictures i'll seen on social media in a few more minutes. if you can get a better picture, send it to me. it is a twitter address of choice. follow me on facebook. here is the best chance to see it is this morning. the clouds will be back and super moon. bundle up. upper to 20's and low 30s out the door this morning. a cold start to the day for the morning run. after school, mainly cloudy but showers are likely to move in this afternoon. a rainy overnight stretch tonight into early tomorrow morning. a peek at the weekend forecast with your five day outlook in ten minutes. trouble on 66 according to melissa. >> near the manassas area. sounds like a vehicle on the right side of the roadway. first came out as a car fire.
heated. right now. not impacting the things too much. wanted to mention that just in case. that should be 95. i'm not sure why that is not showing you 95 at skaggsville road. 66 looking good. inner and outer look of the beltway is looking good. 50, inbound outbound rolling along just fine this morning. we'll look at the camera at 95 coming up. thank you. developing this morning, you may notice extra security at the wheaton metro station af t the weekend. molette green is live in silver spring with more on the search for suspects. good morning. >> reporter: aaron, good morning to you. behind me is the entrance where the two victims ended up. we can tell you the teenager boys are expected to recover. montgomery police are looking for two suspects and using whatever may have been captured on surveillance video to help in this investigation. they have identified one suspect
bus bay here on west side of the wheaton metro station. it was sunday afternoon, so it was daylight hours at the time that this happened. the victims ended up in the entrance of the tunnel. we're still working to find out what led up to this double stabbing. we're live this morning, molette green, news4, back to you. >> thank you. 5:16 now. developing this morning, the united nations says isis is in civilian areas in iraq. local residents and a human rights group say an iraqi town has been targeted b several chemical attacks in the last three months. the attacks came in the form of rockets carrying chemical agents that burn and blister the skin of injured people. maryland governor larry hogan -- >> believes that donald trump's election may help bring the new fbi headquarters to maryland.
hogan's theory was that hillary clinton's connections to virginia governor terry mcauliffe and former vice presidential nominee senator tim kaine would have given the commonwealth an edge. it is expected to bring 11,000 new jobs. the d.c. council will consider three bills that could affect how much you pay in rent. the first would remove the current automatic 2% rent increase. the rate increase would have to match the rate of inflation. th much the landlord could raise rent. the third bill wol prevent a renter from being trapped by discounts. that means a landlord wouldn't be able to rent a landlord at a discounted price and raise the rent so quickly that the renter couldn't afford it. the captain of a united airlines flight to mexico had an unusual message for the passengers. no politics on the plane. that is because two people had gotten into an argument before take off. the pilot tried to diffuse the situation by asking his
>> and what i do ask is that as people, we have the common decency to respect each other's decisions and to get along on this three hour flight so we can have a good time when we get down there. >> the pilot said nobody is going to change someone's mind by arguing with them. the name of the pilot is not known right now. officials say the plane landed without any we're working for you and the community to put turkeys on the table this thanksgiving. news4 helped put on a fun run at the capitol river front yesterday in honor of national pancreatic cancer awareness month. we collected nonperishable donations for the fod 4 families campaign. we'll collect food at fedex field. you have plenty of time to contribute. search food for families in the nbc washington app.
hiv. >> we helped raise more than $700,000 for the fight against hiv and aids. nbc 4 has been a part of the annual walk to end hiv for 30 years now. about 3,000 of you came out for the walk on sunday morning and there was a run as well, a 5k. on was there as well as aaron and chuck bell. we met everyone downtown at freedom plaza. joe claire joined us as problems at whitman walker health. >> if you would like to help there, is time. we posted a link to their website in the nbc washington app. just search walk to end hiv. >> it is always such a fun energetic, enthusiastic event. let's turn to chuck bell out there with us this weekend. it wasn't as cold as i thought it might be that morning. >> that is not what i heard you say saturday morning when we were standing in it. >> i had 15 layers on it.
it was 32 degrees when we got down there. not as bad as it could have been. a lot of good pictures of the super moon coming in. this is one of my favorite from darren ward. great shot of a plane. the silhouette of a plane crossing the moon right there. search for me on facebook, find my professional page there and share some pictures on there. find me on instagram at use the nbc washington app as well. if you're already starting to think about when is the best time to get a picture of the super moon, between now and 6:35 when the moon goes down, cloudy skies will prevent as nice of a viewing coming up for tonight and the moon is relatively close. only 221,000 miles away, 14% larger than our average full moon. what about the week it is monday. you have to start thinking about the weekend. saturday looks like the better
60s. a little chance for showers coming up on sunday. speaking of rain chances, we're clear and cold and dry here this morning. showers will be likely today after noon, especially down in southern maryland. here is our high resolution model. brings a chance for rain into southern maryland late this morning into lunch time and everybody has a likely hood of rain coming in at 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 this afternoon. grab the umbrella, you'll need it. the warmest day of the week looks like it is going to be friday when we get to near it will be 50s and drizzly drops later this afternoon. a couple of problems here in northern virginia this morning. 7 and ashburn village have traffic lights malfunctioning. eastbound 66 at the manassas rest area. take a look, we're starting to see a slow down from the disabled vehicle on the right side of the roadway as promised. 95 northbound, southbound, at 216 and skaggsville.
developing right now, a deputy killed in a bizarre arrest. why the man wanted for a crime spree was already in custody spree was already in custody en police tried to trawhck (vo) how can we really improve health care? bring back the housecall? help more moms get prenatal care? or use technology to find insights that lower health care costs? maybe help doctors spend more time with patients, not paper work? what if you did all of this, and more? because it's all connected to better care, and better care means better health.
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it appears he was tortured two other priests were later found dead. robbery may be the motive for the kidnappings, others say it is because the priests were activists. authorities say david machado was arrested yesterday. he was on a crime spree when he shot and killed a deputy execution style. after hours of searching, police realized the wanted man was already in custody. machado was arrested after allegedly trying to steal a purse. coming up on 5:27 now. 39 degrees outside our studios. sweaters today, shorts by the weekend. >> shorts! >> most of us are hovering around 40 degrees this morning but we could see 70 by the end of the week. meteorologist chuck bell will let us know when things could warm up. hover boards may be in santa's bag this year. >> when and where you can have
suspects. >> it might be cold now, but get ready for a warm up. that is what i'm talking about. when we can see temperatures in the 70s again. good morning, everyone, i'm eun yang. happy monday. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. a look at all of the stories in just a minute as well as your weather and traffic. first, we want to check in with news4 david culver at the live desk who has the latest on raging wildfires in georgia. >> aaron and eun, good morning to you. right now, l the numbers, more than 5,000 firefighters called in to help with this growing threat across the southeast. we know these are dangerous wildfires. they're spreading through georgia, north carolina, and tennessee. you're looking at some video right now. many of them are cases of suspected arson. now, fueling the flames, a relentless drought turning the pine trees into torches, the u.s. forest service is attacking the fires from the air as well.
evacuations this morning. back to you. >> thank you. all right, we're talking about a cold start to your work week but you know what? i'm going to look at the positive. the end of the week. >> that's right. it will be a nice, mild finish to the week. maybe up near 70 as we get towards thursday, friday timeframe. i'll have your whole ten day outlook which includes 70s and also includes more cool weather at 5:51. there is the super moon towards the horizo a about the weather then. the super moon is setting at 6:35 this morning. this is your best chance. the next hour is going to be the best pictures of it. always looks pretty when it is down close to the horizon. showers moving in by later today. sunshine back by tomorrow afternoon and yes, indeed. a chance of 70 before the week is done. see you in a few more minutes. melissa mollet says the commonwealth is coming, filled with problems this morning. >> we have several problems in northern virginia.
road. brand new crash. left lane is the only thing getting by. traffic signals are malfunctioning at ashburn village boulevard. you can only turn on to route 7 right on either direction. eastbound 66 at manassas, rest area, have a rest area on the right side. that is starting to slow things and 295, a crash in the left lane. travel times for you in ten minutes. >> thank you, melissa. it is 5:32. developing this morning, in a double stabbing at the wheaton metro station. this happened yesterday afternoon in the bus bay. coming up, news4's molette green will have more on the teenager victims and the conditions. the scene here in new york city as hundreds of people took to the streets to protest donald trump's election to the
protests since trump's election victory. demonstrators rallied across the country calling out trump for comments he made during the campaign that were seen as racist, sexist and anti-immigration. donald trump's election has some people in the lgbt community worried about what may happen next. especially when it comes to same sex marriage. one of trump's first acts in office will be nominating a replacement for supreme court justice same sex marriage won't be in trouble unless any of the libel justices retired and trump gets to name a replacement. the supreme court will soon hear the case of gavin grim. he is the virginia high school senior born female who identifies as male. he wants the school to let him use the restroom that matches his gender identity. lower courts have ruled in his favor. a trump department of education, though, could interpret the case differently. today, the montgomery county
voters approved a proposal to limit council members and the county executive to three terms. four of nine council members won't be able to run for reelection. county executive said he would not run again his third term ends in 2018. today the man accused of killing a 3-year-old girl in landover will go on trial. prosecutors say back in 2014 davon wallace shot into the little girl's home after getting into a fight with a relative. the girl was hit by a stray on the run for months. he was eventually arrested in southeast d.c. today, you can weigh in on a proposal that would reduce commuter parking at the new carollton metro station. there are plans to build a new office and residential building on the south side of the orange line station. that would mean reducing the number of parking spaces from 650 to about 300 or less. there is a public meeting at
>> to northern virginia where there is about to be a very unique playground. according to fredricksburg.com. chichester park is getting a new playground. there will be separate areas for different age groups, including mom and dad. 5:35 right now. we're helping you get ready to step out the door this morning. storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell back with a look at whether the kids will need their rain boots today. melissa mollet will look at our traffic. several new members of congress are already on the hill. what they're doing a little later today. >> and two teens stabbed near a metro station. what police say could help catch
you explode. >> kids still want them, though. they're asking for them in big numbers. >> santa better not bring one to my house. >> i tried it once. >> did you wear a helmet. >> around in circles. >> at least you didn't fall down. let's turn to chuck bell. he is in the storm team4 weather center taking a look at what folks should be wearing this morning. >> that's right. you'll need your warm jacket on your way out the door here early this morning. grab the picture of the super moon. you have another hour or so to do it before the moon goes down. be sure to send it to me. i've been retweeting the super moon pictures from not just around here but around the world as well. rain will be a big part of the forecast for the second half of the day today so on your way out this morning, 29 centerville, 31 in potomac, 39 in arlington. you need your warm coat here early this morning. grab the umbrella on the way out the door this morning. temperatures in the 30s, first
3:00. 60% chance of rain after 5:00. ten day forecast in ten minutes. melissa is tracking troubles in northern virginia. >> several things happening. 66 inbound at the manassas area. it is quite slow. it is just a disabled vehicle causing big back-ups. eastbound 7 at belmont ridge. left lane getting by the crash. and 7 there at ashburn village boulevard. traffic signals malfunctioning at the intersection, police are on the scene. heading back to virginia now, 66 inbound. no major problems from fairfax county parkway to the beltway and quantico to the beltway on 95 rolling along pretty well. listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. it is where a lot of kids will likely be today. the bus bay of a metro station. >> and that is exactly where a pair of teens was recently stabbed. what we're learning about the
we're following breaking news in the district now. police say they found a man stabbed to death i we have the latest update on this at 6:00. it is 5:44 right now. good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang getting you up to the minute the minute you're up. we have our team working on several stories that impact you. including the latest on an area 911 program blamed for the deaths of two people. >> more on that. your weather and traffic and the changes getting under way as we prepare for president-elect trump to take office and --
in town preparing for change. a major shift inside the capitol complex come monday morning. our report, coming up. >> there is air live picture of super picture of super moon 2016 heading down only 15 minutes from moon set here on monday morning. get your cameras out there and take your shots and send them to me on social media @chuckbell4 on twitter and find chuck bell on facebook and i'll be giving the shares this morning. 10 day forecast coming eastbound 66. the manassas rest area, take a look at this. all because of of a disabled vehicle. pretty big back-ups and two big crashes right now on 7. we'll talk about all of it coming up. i'm david culver at the live desk. right now, prosecutors in sweden questioning wikileaks founder julia assange. the questioning is happening at
where he sought refuge in 2012. investigators are hoping to get him to provide a dna sample. he denied any wrong doing. he fears to be extradited to the u.s. for his works in wikileaks. it is 14 before the hour. two young boys expected to recover after prince george's county police say their father stabbed them over the weekend. 25-year-old christian dillard now faces attempted murder charges. police say he stabbed his young children hours aer his district heights home on saturday. both boys are under five years old and neighbors are upset about what happened. everybody in this neighborhood know he was a good father. i know he probably was having problems. >> i think we all just need to pray. >> dillard is being held in jail without bond. no other family members inside home were hurt. 5:46 now. happening today, visitation will
good morning. >> reporter: good morning, aaron, when marlon was having trouble breathing, the family called 911 again and again. they could only get a busy signal. they called the rockville police department directly. it was too late. the man died. montgomery county will meet. they will talk about what happened. they will talk about ways to make sure the 911 system now, at the time. officials say the 911 system shut off tipoff prevent over heating when air conditioning equipment failed. the two committees in meeting today will also try to figure out the best ways to inform the public should there be another outage. that meeting this morning at 9:30 we'll pass along what they say. aaron, eun, back to you. >> kristin, thank you. the white house is not the
big changes are about to be made at the capitol. that is where news4 scott mcfarland is with the congressional transition. >> reporter: we're just outside the u.s. house chamber on the second floor of the capitol building today, starting at 8:00 a.m., new member orientation begins here which means the newly elected will try to learn their way around the complex through the halls, into the chamber. there will be briefings today and security meetings and a newly elected according to former staff. >> there is a lot of operational decisions they have to focus on over the next 75 days and then they get sworn in on january 3rd and 4th and america expects them to have all of the solutions. the expectations are very high. interest there are practical challenges due to the operations of the office. >> all of the office moves begin. newly elected get the new
bigger spaces. a recent news4 i-team review found it cost taxpayers $1.5 million. meanwhile, president-elect donald trump is in the middle of his transition process. tracie potts is live on the capitol hill for us. let's talk about trump's first appointments of reince priebus as chief of staff and steve bannon as >> what it tells us is he is going to what he is familiar with. steve bannon, controversial, media executive who came onto the campaign in recent months as ceo. now will be chief strategist so behind the scenes, helping donald trump, president-elect trump figure out how to get his plans accepted here on capitol hill including by democrats who may or may not agree and may try to give him some push back on that.
priebus, well known in political circles, chair of the republican party. you saw him on stage with trump during the victory speech. he will be chief of staff. he will be the point person person running things at the white house. >> donald trump and hillary clinton will talk to republicans about a path forward. >> they have to be regrouping at this point to try to figure out what part of their platform and their ideas they may be able to work with this republican house and republican congress to get done. we already know that donald trump has said he wants to hold on to some part of obama care, he is not going to push -- rolling back same sex marriage. it is settled law. there are some things it looks like they won't have a lot of push back but clearly when it comes to immigration for example and borders, there have been a lot of back and forth and that will be an area where they have to work with what is now republican controlled congress and white house.
hills for us. thank you. chuck bell is standing by with a look at the next seven days. the next ten days. >> friday. >> the end of the week. >> the end of the week. >> eun is getting. it she gets an a plus. >> all i knew is it is a 20 day forecast. i'm not sure where the warm up falls in there. >> don't give the consultants any more ideas. 20 days is 10 days too far to look into any future with any real accuracy. ten days is abouts can do around here. by the time we go this morning it is a clear sky, great view of the super moon this morning. dan ward got this picture in virginia. a nice plane silhouette going over the space of the moon. share to me on twitter @chuckbell4. 4cast4u on instagram. i'll keep sharing them out. the moon will be down at 6:35 this morning. a lot of great moon light across northern virginia and even lighting up the potomac here early this morning.
tonight going into tomorrow. clouds are quickly moving over the northern parts of the chesapeake bay over the outer banks of north carolina if i could get it out. we're all dry this morning and rain is not likely at all until well after lunch time today. here is future weather. the leading possibilities of rain about 1:00, 2:00 this afternoon. a little earlier, more like lunch time across southern maryland. after we get past 4:00 or 5:00 today, pockets grab your umbrella here early this morning. temperatures, it is cold this morning. how about 23 manassas. afternoon highs with the increasing clouds. we'll stay mostly in the mid to upper 50s. might actually be warmer today in fredrick maryland than in saint mary's city. they'll have sunlight the longest. milder weather towards the middle of the week and a big fat 70 coming up on friday and a mild start to the weekend as
doing super moon coverage this morning. >> i said you have to get a shot of this for us this morning before you. look at the roads. this is gorgeous. take a look, this chopper shot looking at the super moon. this is the best picture you'll get here today. just very, very pretty here this morning. overall, beltway looking okay right now. 66 inbound at manassas rest area. still have that delay because of the disabled video on the right side of the roadway. eastbound 7 at belmont hearing about a new problem, inbound 14th street bridge. callers reporting a crash in one of the lanes. full details on that coming up. it is 5:54. here are 4 things to know this morning. the search right now continues for missing university of maryland college park student. caitlyn george disappeared last week. >> rnc chairman reince priebus will be president-elect donald trump's chief of staff. coming up at 6, we'll tell you
in the left wing. >> police are investigating a hate based incident. they're trying to figure out who wrote trump nation, whites only. it happened before sunday services at our savior church. >> we'll have the latest on all of these stories coming up at 6:00 a.m. surveillance video showing parents grabbing their children and running for gunfire erupted inside this mall in up state new york. no one was hurt. police believe the shooting stemmed from an argument between two people near an apple store. the suspect got away. the city of lights is marking one year since the deadliest terror attacks in its his history. people in paris lit lanterns to remember the 130 people who died. the french president visited and
victims names. isis militants carried out a series of coordinated attacks at caves, a soccer stadium and a concert hall. tomorrow, arlington county employees can report suspected fraud or financial waste through a secure hotline. the it is run by an outside provider and allows people to stay anonymous. the county set-up the hotline to eliminate any instances of abuse in government. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc ending the phoney stories that seemed to explode with catchy headlines like pope francis backs donald trump, something the pope never said publicly at least. it is extremely unlikely such stories posted on facebook changed the election but he doesn't want them on his site.
this morning, searching for suspects in a double stabbing. >> people calling 911 in montgomery county could not get through one day this summer. county officials will talk about it. >> and the search continues for a missing university of maryland student. the new details we learned overnight about the last time she was seen. >> a sign of things to come? the racist message painted on a sign. >> shop until you drop
good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. now at 6:00, a glimpse into the trump ad strapgs. what -- administration. what we're learning about the cabinet. >> i'm eun yang. it could be easier for popular maryland interstate. >> what actually led up to a double stabbing and what police are using to track down the suspect. storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell is in with a look at our weather headlines on this chilly monday. >> yes, indeed. nice, clear shot. perfect picture of the super moon. you have another 35 minutes to get your picture of it.
park service at yellow stone national park. a gorgeous picture there. go on social media and share with me. cool and cold. layer up for 20s and 30s. it will be in the mid-50s later. rain chances are moving up, up, up as we get into the afternoon. likely to have the first drop before the sun goes down. have your umbrella ready to go. also be ready to traffic. here is melissa mollet to let you know where the road blocks are. >> chopper just got over this to show you what is going on. a delay as you're headed southbound before the beltway. so just a warning there. it is on the right side of the roadway. it doesn't mean it is not slowing down. inbound 14th street bridge. we're fine there. couple of problems in virginia now. inbound 66 through the manassas area. back-ups because of an earlier issue there. eastbound 7 and westbound between loudoun county parkway.