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there are some conflicting reports on survives. it's gone back and forth between five and six. the colombia aviation agency saying three of the players were rescued alive. we're seeing some videos. at one point you can see the responders there pulling someone from the plane. we'll continue to follow this tragic story and bring any updates as we get them. now back to you. >> it's 6:00 on the dot right i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. chuck has been watching the "storm team 4" radar because it's been lit up like a christmas tree. >> yes, indeed. we can't complain. it's not a weekend. if you have rain on a tuesday, nobody's going to complain about that. >> it's warmer today. i like that. >> much, much milder. temperatures are already near 50 degrees with the rain coming down p.
you'll just need your slicker and umbrella, maybe a hat. it will not be coal at all. "storm team 4" radar showing the steadiest of the rain for howard and carroll and baltimore counties, that's moving away from us. now toward luray. do take the rain gear. weather headlines then, a cloudy and wet start to the day. finally some rain. not cold. tomorrow, really mild. well with bursts of rain likely tomorrow. we will start to dry out and cool down as we get a little closer to the weekend. there's your planner for the weekend. clouds and rain much of today, tapering back to just showers by later on. it is time to hear from melissa. >> good morning. so right now, taking a look. chopper 4. this is southbound kenilworth just before the beltway. we have that right side of the
that's where justin finch was for us today. a truck lost its load overnight. ow outer loop after georgia, that crash has cleared out of the way. you don't have to worry about that one anymore and an inner loop, we do have a crash on the right side of the roadway right now. overall beltway looking pretty good. actually that earlier crash has clear at georgia. >> all right, mis 6:02. it's been nearly a month since an alleged rape at this mansion on peach street in georgetown and still no charges have been filed. >> "news4's" mow let green has more on what the father had to say about the incident. molette? >> good morning, the parents say no one is above the law. we're not going to be showing the faces in order to protect
who said she was attacked. it happened on 30k9 1st at this mansion in georgetown. d.c. police received a 911 call for report of a rape at the home of bill dean. that home is knowned a dodge mansion. we should point out the homeowner is not the person named as the attacker and doesn't face any charges in this s young woman's parents and here's what the father had to say. >> i asked her if she knew anything about the party and what might have happened there and that's when she told me that it was her. >> reporter: now, you should note two women have come forward saying they tried to come to the aid of the young woman and they told jackie bensen that they were manhandled in the process.
d.c. police saying once they determine a crime has been heard, they'll move forward and prending. that's the latest from outside second police district headquarters. back to you. >> thank you. developing this morning in tennessee, fast moving wildfires forcing people out of their homes. the entire town under a mandatory evacuation order. they're battling 70-mile-per-hour winds trying to control the flames. they're coming in from all over to help them out. there's rain in the forecast and they're pretty certain. people in colorado are also dealing with this wildfire. evacuation orders issued there too. it's broke out outside denver.
acres. fire officials did not say how many homes were affected. the cause of that fire is unknown. this morning, students will return to classes at ohio state just one day after a violent rampage on campus. federal investigators are trying to see whether this with as an act of terrorism after they say abdul razak ali car into a crowd and then attacked them with a night. 911, what's your emergency. >> hi. i'm at ohio state outside of lockhart and there was a guy who crashed his car into a bunch of people. >> he is from somali and became a legal resident in 2014.
cuba following fidel castro's death. there will be a outdoor memorial service. yesterday they held a ceremony to honor his ashes. raul castro along with others in the government on served a moment of silence. thousands waited in line to file past the urn and pay their respects. "news4's" david culver is live in miami, expected to join us in president-elect donald trump has picked tom price to join hz his team as health and services secretary tear. he has several meetings today including one with mitt romney who's being considered for secretary of state. tennessee's bob corker is also being considered. he will also meet with donald trump. meanwhile jill stein's request for a recount could begin as early as thursday.
of the busiest airports could experience major delays. workers at chicago o'hare are expected to walk off the job. >> the strike is over money, of course. they're skl for $15 minimum wage. right now it's $10.25. elsewhere it's the new paid family leave. it applies to workers in dc. not the federal workers or government workers. it the proposal will be funded by a new payroll tax on businesses. she has not seen it but may not go far enough. if it passes, it may still require congressional approval. right now federal
they do not think it's a threat to wildlife or drinking water. sources tell "news4," whatever the substance s it's too thin to clean up. as a precaution, officials have closed drinking water intakes along the potomac river. well, if you need to clean the gutters, you'd better get started. tomorrow isn't going to get any better. a look ato when we check in with chuck at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we've always believed the holidays should be about joy. where days are filled with magic, not madness.
we hadn't needed it in so lock. from here to about st. mary's. getting into the moderate rain. light rain showers in fauquier and culpeper. it will be wet on all corners. one of the best ways to stay ahead of the weather, have your nbc washington app downloaded and follow the social media. look for me under the flagship chuck bell 4 on twitter. it will be raining on the morning commute. still cloudy and wet. still not as much actual rain. back to some sunshine as we get toward your thursday. today, clouds, showers in the 60s. let's go over to melissa mollet. >> the ramp to westbound 66 still has that crash reports. going to send a chopper that way to see what we're looking at
a crash on the left side of the roadway. new crash reported there as well. as far as travel times go, 66 inbound and 95 looking good. the top of the beltway is slow. we had an earlier problem there. that is clear. we're seeing the slowdowns along the top of the beltway. remember to listen to wtop 103.5. 24 more powe workers will face. the questions will continue until the court qualifies 70 people as perspective pants. they'll pick 12 jurors and six alternates from that group. meanwhile yesterday the judge granted roof's request to act as his own attorney in the death penalty trial. south korea's president announced today she will resign if parliament can come up with
she said she did not know about the illegal activities of her close friend and aide. however, there have been growing calls to resign. a shirt and a pier of shoes. that's all police have to go on as they try to sofrl a murder in montgomery county. police are hoping by releasing these pictures of items, someone can help them identify their victim. neighbors who live near where the body was found are making sure to lockh days. >> you don't think it will be happening when you're in the backyard, but it's anywhere anymore. it's unsettling. >> police say the victim is in his late teens to early 20s and is around 5'6" inches tall. a man and a 3-year-old were hurt after their suv plowed into a store in northwest washington. the suv hit a liquor store and did quite a bit of damage. look at that. no one inside was hurt.
which forced a few people to evacuate. the man and child were taken to the hospital. a young man from d.c. said what he has seen in movies helped him save a man's life sunday night. malcolm hicks climbed down a steep embankment to reach a man who had fallen into the water. he and another man pulled a victim out and performs cpr. >> that's the type of person i am. if i see somebody needs help, i'm going to help them out, you know what i mean, if hospital. he suffers from hypothermia. >> the mow report is criticizing foul language. this is according to the "washington post." a report by the district police complaints board looked at 945 continue plants from citizen over a four year period. they found 190 allegations involved profanity. 690 cases concern the officers tone and demeanor.
re-emphasize those rules. peter newsome released a statement acknowledges those recommendations. we know that the cost of living in our area is pretty high. but how does it compare to other parts of the u.s. you might ask? >> the personal finance site is giving us a look. they say the most expensive city to rent a two-bedroom apartment is san francisco, california. e ooh not surprised by that. the average monthly rent, get >> wow. d.c. also on that list. the average cost of rent per month of more than $2,700 here in d.c. >> that's super expensive. the least expensive is detroit, michigan wrrks the average rent is $886 per month. >> i remember when i moved here, i was blown away at the rents here. >> for a parking spot. >> and a parking spot.
>> we're going to check the forecast with steam tomorrow 4 meteorologist chuck bell. we have rain right now. hey, chuck. >> indeed. finally raindrops have ridden into the area and they're going to be with us most of the day and off and on through tomorrow before we try and dry things back out as we get toward the weekend. the weekend appears to be the bet over the two days. temperatures in the 30s. near 50 with sunshine little chance for rain coming in, probably not until late enough in the day, maybe after the sun goes down. so the bulk of your weekend will be dry. on the contrary, it will be wet today and tomorrow. look at that push of moisture all the way up from the gulf coast. cloudy skies are going to be the rule for today. most of the heavier steadier rain will happen before 4:00 or 5:00 this afternoon. so here's the batch of mod real rain here.
through the lunn f. time hours. right now it's wetwhere. a lot of puddles on the road. be careful. a lot of leaves came down. move forward in time. here's 11:30. just as we getting into the lunch hour time frame, pockets of mood rat rain coming in. heavy rain through wall dovgs la plata and upper marlboro. most of the heavier steadier rain will be coming to an end. the ride home from work and school, a lot of puddles around. lo e to mid-60s. for tomorrow, even warmer tomorrow with rain once again but coming in bursts for tomorrow. so it isn't going to rain start to finish all day, but you might get rained on five or six
maybe a rumble or two of thunder. looks sunny and dry as we head into the weekend. let's go over to melissa mollet and tracker 4. >> we are right now. chopper 4 over 66 at 50. eastbound/westbound, looking pretty typical. the crash, inner loop there at 66 has cleared out of the way. inbound 4. a report of a new crash. another one popped up. old keen mill road eastbound there the ramp to 95. new crash there. 66 overall. you can see looking pretty good. 95 northbound seeing some delays there as you're headed into quantico. again, all of the green means there's rain falling across the area that's going to add to the morning commute. >> all right, melissa. thank you. well, today is giving
giving promotion that was launched back in 2012. today is encouraged to get people to volunteer or give to charities. according to the website during last year's campaign, people from 70 different countries participated. they raised more than $116,000 and according to personal finance website wallet hub, americans in the u.s. donate about $370 billion to charities in 2015. a great effortas to give, i really think it does. >> if you go to the winning charities, give what you can. >> there you go. you love the covenant house. i love the ark, posse. so many things to choose. it became a summer sensation. >> the smithsonian is making a
you probably remember this internet phenomenon and fund-raiser for als. the ice bucket challenge. is that you, aaron gilchrist, with your friend. there's melissa and angie goff. they'll put the original bucket from the challenge on display. it's part of their giving in america exhibit. the long-term exhibition that philanthropy's fun. >> it looks like ben was having fun. >> denise his wife was laughing. >> how about jefferson. >> he got a little bucket challenge in there too. >> excellent. here's the thing. i was so fun to watch and do but it really raised so much money. >> millions of dollars for als. >> for als. >> it's incredibly debilitating.
at about k7 it will be nothing like you experienced before. eat sa will not have any cashiers. you won't see a kitchen either. >> do you see the wheels churning in his head. >> they say cutting down on meals. you can use your smartphone, a touchscreen kiosk and the meals appear in a special box within about 90 seconds. >> it's magic. >> are you familiar with this? >> it's magic. >> it's not visible. >> so there is a kitchen. >> people are cooking food.
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>> i'm aaron gilcrest along with chuck bell and melissa mollet. we had to drag you in this morning because this rain -- >> you have some explaining to do. >> we need it around here. we've been in a mode real drought. rain has already reached most of our neighborhoods and rain is on the way. on the upside, it will not be cold outside. here are the four things that you need to know about the forecast. it's indeed going to be a mild and rainy day today. needed rain for everybody. three out of the next four commutes are going to be it. it will be warming up to have a rumble or two of thunder for tomorrow and we will be cooler by the weekend. there are your four things to
today's high, 64 degrees. it will be a mild one. grab your umbrella on the way out the door. melissa mollet has been tracking troubles. courtesy of the rain drops. where did you find the worst of it. >> i would say the rain is not going. chuck bell, usually you work so well together. all is forgiven. chopper 4 is headed that way. hearing an new problem on northbound bw parkway. eastbound 66 at washington boule. on the left shoulder. outbound 14 street bridge still has a crash on the outside of the roadway. we'll have travel times in ten minutes. >> we have breaking news am plane has crashed kills dozens of people in colombia. the plane had 81 people on board including a soccer team from brazil. colombian officials say five people survived and everyone
through tennessee this morning. take a look at this video of flames surrounding a hotel. coming up, we'll tell you how many people are being forced to flee this morning. the parents of a 21-year-old woman want d.c. police to press charges after she claims she was raped. police responded to the call at the dodge mansion on p street in georgetown on halloween. we'll have a live report with new reaction from the parents in the next 30 minutes. at ohio state, students will return to class today. 11 students were hurt after another student went on a stabbing rampage. yesterday federal investigators searched the apartment of an 18-year-old student abdul razak ali artan. police say he jumped a curb with his car and went on the attack
students. >> 911. what's your emergency. >> i'm at ohio state university. >> here is what we now know about artan. officials say he was a somali refugee who came to the u.s. in 2014. they say he was a legal permanent resident. shortly before the attack, they say he posted a message on facebook talking about attacks ominous limbs saying, can't take it anymore. frederick police are needing your help to find a missing teenager. this is alondra melendez. melendez has brown curly hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, black sweat paints and black converse sneakers. if you have any information,
police in chillum think they know who shot at a shoppers kwarhouse. here's a look just after 5:00 a.m. yesterday morning. police sesay the suspect recently started working at the store and may have done it as a way to get back at another employee. no one was hurt. about 50 families are hoping for more time to find new homes. residents of the east end mobile home park in manassas have until february to relocate. the city of manassas is the land after the owner said they could not afford to fix the system. the organization save our homes is trying to help the residents who say they will not be able to move during the winter. metro is considering a plan to slash hours but it is not sitting well with d.c.'s mayor. "news4's" justin finch is alive at the carroll station with a look at what you may have to prepare for. justin, good morning.
digesting these track repairs. they're expecting more repairs. across the aisle that pitch is getting a pushback. backers of this plan say it needs to run for about two years to be effective. this is unrelated to say track. on sunday those hours will go from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. these cuts would reduce identify and make repairs across the system the agency says but some lawmakers are calling for a timeline compromise from two years down to one year. but others including d.c. mayor muriel bowser is not so supportive. >> we would be basically putting our system out of business slowly but surely. >> now, this proposal is due for
we can tell you any new changes will begin in july. back to you. >> justin live in new carrollton. thank you. 6:36. the passing of former cuban president fidel castro comes as relations between cuba and the u.s. have begun to thaw. "news4's" david culver has been covering the process. he has family in cuba. he joins u with a unique perspective on the moment in history. good morning. >> good morning eun and aaron. you can see a good number of folks heading to this gate. charters are still pretty widely used to get down to cuba. i want to show you where we're
seen i have owe from many cubans who have been passing through there. they've been paying tribute to the remains of fidel castro that remains in the plaza. it's revolution skur and then from there the cremated remains are going to be transferred across the country. it's a three-day trip. it's going to be another public gathering there in he'll be interred at a cemetery. you can see the video of that cemetery. it's also where jose marte is. we'll of course be brings that to you live. we hope to start at 5:00 from tonight. it's there that several cubans are going to be gathered for a very large public service. we hope to bring you live
meteorologist chuck bell on your tuesday morning. raindrops have moved in overnight. it will be a rainy day. grab the rain slickers and bus stop weather. earl 50s. it will be a mild day today. temperatures will get up into the 60s. so you'll need your umbrella and your hat and your raincoat. no heavy coat or winter coat rekwieshed. mild and rainy.
forecast in ten minutes. there's trouble on the beltway yet again. crashes clear. we still see some delays. headlights on the outer loop. 66 inbound at washington boulevard, you can see that slowdown. right now prince george's county, bottom of the beltway, pretty slow as you're headed inbound. virginia, 66 in bound. 70 southbound and top of the beltway slow as well. remember t fm when you head in your car. wildfire evacuations. we're getting new video and reactions. thousands forced out of their homes overnight. take a look at this. this man could have some answers involving a reported rape at a d.c. hotel. new this morning a stabbing at montgomery county.
trm trump administration. >> i don't care how much money they have, what power they have. we need to speak up. >> search for justice. parents concerned and still no charges after they say their daughter was raped at a georgetown mansion. 6:46. we're following that breaking news out of colombia where dozens are dead after a plane crash. that plane had 81 people on board including a from brazil. it crashed in the city of medellin last night. take a look here. at one point rescue workers pulled a survivor from the rubble. no word on his condition right now. nbc news is reporting five people survived and 76 people were killed in this crash. no word yet on this cause but poor weather conditions were reported in the area at the time of the crash. we're also following breaking news for the wildfires.
surrounding a hotel in tennessee. the people inside were okay, but you can see how the intense flames surrounded the entire area. >> we'll have more on that. first, "news4's" angie goff is at the live desk with more on the evacuations in tennessee. >> the video is unbelievable. we know at this point 100 homes in the area of gatlinburg impacted by fire. many of mandatory evacuations like this one under way. people trying to get out of town and flames surrounding themwhere. we also know this fire is on the edge of the popular theme park known as dollywood in pigeon forge. never been seem to have a windstorm come through gatlinburg that was registering
over 10 to 12 hours. >> this area dealing with a lot of drought. they have a lot against them, but the good news is and the hope is that the rain that's forecasted is going to give them some relief and help in fighting this fire. still no word on what caused it. eun? >> thank you. it is now 6:48. to more on the wildfires in colorado. evacuation orders have be issued after a wildfire broke outside of denver. the fire has grown to an estimated 300 acres. the cause of the fire is unknown. developeding now, they're investigating the stabbing in gaithersburg. two or three people were found stabbed. they're expected to be okay and no arrests have been made. dchl c. police are looking for this man who police are
a woman was attacked inside a grand hyatt hotel on saturday night. police say the man responsible had a knife with him during the attack. if you know anything, call police. the story we brought you on "news4," it's been nearly a month since the alleged rape on p street and still no charges have been filed. hear what a keyit >> we were sitting in the front room on the lower level just talking with a few people and i heard like crying from upstairs. when i came in, i just went to the bathroom. she was lying on the ground. she said that she needed clothes. i started talking to her. she was crying. and then he actually came into the bathroom while we were in there, grabbed me by my arms which i had two bruises from and
ground. >> reporter: now, the parents of the young woman who says she was raped says no one is above the law. we're not going to be showing their faces but the incident happened on october 31st at this georgetown mansion on p street. at this max there's an halloween party. d.c. police did receive a 911 call that night for a report of a rape there. this is the home of bill dean and that mansion is known as dodge mansion. we should point out that the homeowner bill dean is not the person named as the attacker and does not face any charges in this case. our jackie bensen spoke to the
what might have happened there and that's when she told me that it was her. >> reporter: now d.c. police say this investigation is ongoing. it has been several weeks. as soon as they gather enough evidence to be able to identify an attacker, they will take all of that, make an arrest, and take all of that to the d.c. office of the u.s. attorney. that is the latest now from second district police headquarters. back to you. >> molette, thank you. 6:51. president-elect donald trump has announced he's picked tom price to health the department of health and human services. and meanwhile trump has another full slate of meetings today including one with senator bob
state. >> it's the second meeting with mitt romney that's receiving attention. >> hallie jackson is live with more. >> reporter: remember, this is basically interview number two, guys, for mitt romney. he's coming to new york tonight after that meeting at bedminster. i think that is an indication that romney is considered a serious contender foec in fact, sources tell me that romney and rudy giuliani are considered basically the front-runners here. you have other names mentioned like tennessee bob corker who's also coming to trump tower today. you've got retired general david petraeus who was here yesterday. he was talking. told it was their first substantial face-to-face meeting and the retired general may be under position for the state
somewhere in the high level of administration, despite pleading gl. so lots of intrigue and drama continuing today as we look to the cabinet selection and who he's going to put in the important positions. >> hallie jackson. be sure to check out the full report coming up on the "today" show next. today, the oil spot on the potomac is expected to meet the potomac plant's water intake. water flow as possible. they say they don't think the spot is a spot. sources tell "news4," whatever that substance s it's too thin to clean up. it's really hard to tell what that is. >> i wouldn't drink it. >> you don't want a extra? >> no, no, no. >> there was no -- you know, i wouldn't drink it. >> they're diverting it. they go out of their way to say it's apparently dangerous. >> the plan was to have yo go
>> we're coming up with a plan b as we speak. we've got rain drops to be dealing with throughout the course of the morning. a big push of moisture coming our way down the southern parts of the appalachians. as a result, we'll be rained on throughout the morning and at least through lunchtime. i do think after 4:00 or 5:00 the rain may ease up just a little bit, but it will be a soggy start to your tuesday morning. most of it is along the all the local roadways are already a splash with raindrops. future weather carries pockets of moderate rain to about 9:00, 9:30 this morning. at 11:30, moderate rain moving in. a very rainy lunch hour. by 3:00 or 4:00, most of the
southern parts of-month-old. even if you can get the rain turned off, that will make things a little bit better. the one thing that's going to be nice is mild. up into the 60s for today. tomorrow, upper 60s to near 70 with bursts of rain likely. several occasion during the day tomorrow. we dry it out by thursday afternoon. another chance for immediate rain drops next sunday night. melissa mollet, the raindrops have done the damage on the road. >> thanks a lot for this. roadway this morning so you don't have to worry about that one too much anymore. right now, inbound 210, inbound, before hitting 201. slower in different spots because of this green blob. it is a rain falling. eastbound, that crash is on the shoulder, outbound 14 street bridge crashing on the right side of the roadway and 270 at montrose northbound and southbound.
you see we have rainfall moving through the area as well. guys? >> thank you. it is 6:56. here are four thingses you need to know before you head out the door. dozens dead after a plane crashes. only five people have been found alive. mandatory evacuations are under way in gatlinburg threatening resorts and attractions. >> this is david culver. this is the 14th day following the death of former leader fidel castro. you can follow david on twitter at david underscore culver. >> classes resume at ohio state university this morning after a student was shot and killed during a violent rampage.
tan stabbed 11 people. police say they're expected to be okay. mid 60s. rain tomorrow. drawing out and getting a little bit more decemberry as we head. >> thank you for watching. >> the "today" show is next. we'll have updates for you, weather and traffic. hope you enjoy the day. make it a great tuesday,
good morning. breaking news. a charter plane crashes in colombia. 81 people on board, including a professional soccer team. this morning, five survivors pulled from the wreckage. tennessee burns. wildfires raging out of control in the great smokey mountains. two resort towns. flames now at the edge of the famous dollywood resort, and this nearby hotel where guests appear to be trapped inside. officials believe arson is to blame. we'll be there live with the la . is he a terrorist? new images emerge behind the attack at ohio state university. 11 people injured.