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dry. warning for you there. you'll have to use the windshield wipers. aaron? >> melissa, thank you. it is 5:00 a.m. right now. the fbi is joining the investigation into the stabbing death 6 a bowie state graduate. >> he died early saturday morning. now the maryland student who was in custody is being investigated for murder and possibly a hate crime. >> news 4's molette green is live in college park now. molette, why do investigators think this may have been an act of hate? >> reporter: aaron, eun, good morning to you. there are some questionable things police say they found on the internet. that's why university of maryland police have called in the fbi to help determine if this is in fact a hate-based crime. police have already said 22-year-old shawn urbansky is part of a facebook group
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alt-reich nation. that's what the fbi said the investigation on these types of matters will kick in. here's what we know happened saturday here on the university of maryland campus. richard collins iii was with friends waiting for an uber when police say he was attacked, completely unprovoked. >> he was yelling. in fact, perhaps screaming is one description and then he said to the victim, step left, step left if you know what's good for you. the victim looked at him puzzled with the other friends of his and said no. it was then that shawn urbansky stabbed the victim in his chest. >> reporter: now richard collins iii, the victim here, just 23 years old. his family was set to see him graduate from bowie state
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university tomorrow. now that family will have to look forward to a vigil that's set for later today. as for urbansky, he is being held without bond. >> thank you, molette. news 4 went to the neighborhood where shawn urbansky lived. they said the charges are incomprehensible. she told them, quote, not in the realm of possibility. we talked to students who are concerned about how something like this could happen on their campus. >> everyone is just a little bit scared, i think, because like i said, this doesn't really happen at least while i've been on campus. people are concerned about what's going to happen, what precautions we have to use. >> the university of maryland police chief urged them that there is a way
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leave information. richard collins's death comes weeks after another investigation into hate-based crimes on maybe ri land's campus. students protested saying they did not do enough. >> right now greenbelt police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a woman. the victim said the man entered her home through a partially open bedroom window, said he sexually assaulted her. the holocaust museum was on lockdown for a few minutes. according to our news partners at wtop it's unknown whether the suspect is
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touch down in israel. angie goff has the details. good morning. >> reporter: we want to take you live while we're watching the arrival of president trump unfold live to tel aviv. what we are able to see here are dignitaries and leaders waiting for the president's a rooiarriv. we were able to sima reason one which we know the president is traveling in. this is considered an historic visit with plans to visit the western wall and say a prayer. the first for a sitting president. during the second trip of his first trip abroad, they'll go to the holy site and meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian preside president mahmoud
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we believe he is going to be sending a message -- set to deliver a message to push the peace process forward between israel and palestine. he is traveling from saudi arabia where he delivered a very big speech calling for muslim unity. >> angie, thank you. 5:05 now. while the president is over seas his administration is still under a cloud from firing of james comey as fbi director. house over sight committee chairman jason chaffitz is set to meet. comey is expected to testify in public before the senate intelligence committee sometime after memorial day. >> today the man accused of stealing an ambulance and leading police on this chase is expected in court. william person allegedly s
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that vehicle from the prince george's hospital center. the person is charged with auto theft and of property. d.c. police in the fairfax county fire department are asking for your help to find this man. take a good look at the picture. this is brian wood. he is a firefighter last seen in the 3600 block of. >> chrissie: street. if you have any ofgs, contact the police. expect more work today on this broken water main in northwest washington. crews have been working on it since wednesday. news 4's justin finch is live there now with a look at how soon the work might be completed here. justin, good morning. >> reporter: aaron, good morning. we're hearing as early as this week. no work is happening right now. but we have seen progress b
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the water main break has been fixed, new line in place, the next stop is lying down new blacktop. let's give you a sense of where we r nare now, 4500 block. d.c. water crews have been working on this line break, as you mentioned, since last wednesday, which happens to have broken along a main artery for drivers in our area and complicating repairs here. that line has to come in from the state of alabama. this was a 30 inch water main that dates back to 1860 which is precivil war which did not make fixing this area all the much easier here. we still have a closed roadway on macarthur. this could reopen as soon as early next week
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be too soon for those that rely on it. live in news west. i'm justin finch, back to you. >> thank you, justin. 5:08. today the class of 2020 will take part in a naval capacity incident. >> they cover the monument covered in lard and try to replace the white dixie cup. video from years past. then you have all of that cheering. >> yeah. they get it done every year though. this is what i mean. we are off to a cold, wet start this morning and it could be like that for a good chunk of the week, sheena. >> yes, it could be like that for a good chunk of the week, eun. we're talking about keeping your umbrella around for the next defrl days. coming up, i'llw
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timing and what you can expect as we head into the weekend. just in time for summer. chick-fil-a unveils a seasonal sandwich. the latest in israel where president trump just touched down. a live report from tel aviv is next.
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get your umbrellas if you're heading out today. >> rainy start today. chuck bell is in the storm team 4 weather. >> that's right. 5:12. here's 4 things to know about the 4-cast. here comes the rain again. probably not much if anything in the way of sunshine until maybe friday. yes, indeed, could be a long stretch cloudy weather. that means temperatures considerable whether i cooler for most of the week. by the time we get to friday, holiday weekend, memorial day will be starting off nice and dry. >> i like that. i like that. i'm good. >> taking a look here at a new problem. outbound suitland parkway, broken down vehicle. still have southbound 17th after constitution
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eastbound 66. crash reported there. eun? >> thank you, melissa. 5:13. developing this morning, north korea said it successfully tested a second ballistic missile in a second week. these are videos of kim jong-un supervising the test. they continue to make advances in the ability to hit u.s. targets. jury selection in bill cosby's sexual assault trial begins today. it's taking place 300 miles from where the trial will take place. cosby's lawyers demanded the case be moved to allegheny county. once they are selected they will be is he questered. there's even more
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take a look at what record levels of rainfall have already left behind. flooding and high water was tragic for several communities. the rain placed a property. it caused damages but no one was hurt. >> angie goff breaking in with news out of thailand where a hospital was just bombed. take a look at the new video. you can see that there are officers outside of that hospital right now. limited details. we're told 24 people were hurt. no claim of responsibility for the blast. this is the hospital that takes many patients and their families. it happened on the anniversary of a 2014 coup that took over the government. 5:15 now. president trump is starting the next leg ofis
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the first over seas trip in israel this morning. this comes on the heels of his visit in saudi arabia. yesterday he spoke to dozens of muslim leaders there. he called on them to look at the issue. >> we can only overcome this evil if the forces of good are united and strong and if everyone in this room does their fair share and fulfills their part of the burden. >> the president did not use the phrase radical islamic terrorism during this speech. he has used that phrase several times before. it's considered offensive by many people. the president just touched down in tel aviv, israel. >> he begins a two-day meeting there. nbc's jay gray is live with more. jay, good morning.
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un. good morning, jarrod. as you talk about the president here, he will make the short chopper ride from there to jerusalem. obviously there will be a meeting there and then a meeting with reuben ridland here this morning. after this he'll visitor rus is a lem's -- he'll visi visit jerusalem's holy city. president trump will be the first president to travel to the western wall. he'll have a meeting and dinner with prime minister bunk. there's a brief trip to the west bank. that's the latest live right now in
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nightly news" anchor lester holt will be reporting from jerusalem. nightly news follows news 4. memorial day is nick maim today. gas prices will not go up too much despite the demand. the national average much $2.36 for a regular gallon of gas. in the metro area it was 2:13. well, we all know that chick-fil-a doesn't alter its many u very often, but as we look towards summer chick-fil-a is looking at its first seasonal sandwich. it features, grilled chicken, brown sugar on a hawaiian style bun. sin me up. it's available throughay
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through mid august. a new seasonal drink, watermelon mint lemonade. first you had me with the bacon and now watermelon mint lemon nate? >> field trip, right. see, the grilled chicken sounds good. >> all good. i went there one sunday, i was so upset. i had my mind on it all weekend. anyways. >> see, now we have to go treat ourselves. >> talking about a little rain today, all week i guess. >> there is a lot of rain coming this week. many days of rain, many days for you to make sure you have your umbrella. rain around the area. first, yes, a rainy pattern this week. as we go into the end of the week that's when we'll see the sun re-appear. a 50-50 thing this weekend. here's the radar. light to
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culpepper we have some heavier rain. 66, 395, around the beltway. so in many areas right now. keep in mind, the roads are wet. that will keep morning for the commute. things will taper off a little bit this afternoon and then it comes bar this afternoon. you will need a rain code if you are exercising. chance of showers by 6:00 p.m. by 8:00 this morning, this is future weather, shows that rain continuing. launch time, still some showers around 5:00 p.m. we go into tomorrow, cloudy through most of the day and then the rain comes back as we go into the evening tomorrow. that will stick around wednesday and thursday, so we have a
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take a look at friday, it looks good just in time for your memorial day weekend. coming up, we'll take a look at the entire weekend. let's check the roads with melissa mollet. outbound suitland parkway, a broken down vehicle. eastbound 66 before 17, marshall there, we do have a crash reported. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway are frient now. no doubt this will be a slow morning for a lot of people. southbound 17th after constitution, lanes are open. live look 66 at germantown, hard to see. eun? >> thank you, melissa. well, mothers and daughters from
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you're watching "news 4 today." >> welcome back, 5:25. if you missed last night's billboard music awards. here's what you need to know. drake dominated the night winning 13 awards. that beats adele's record for most wins. cher accepted the icon award. fitting. some of the other wins for the night include beyonce and courtney and blake shelton winning the award for top country artist. >> surm meris a week, week knaff to get you ready. >> "consumer reports" tested lotions and sprays to find out which order the best protection and results. >> news 4's suns hogan has the results. >> reporter: if you think all
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in to avoid those pesky bites. grab your umbrella because you're probably going to need it this morning, chuck. >> absolutely right. kids on the final countdown of school. school day forecast, in the upper 50s with rain this morning. probably going to be an indoor recess kind of day today. eventually the rain should be tapered off. long sleeves and get your umbrella ready to go. she be na and i are back with a talk about temperatures for the next few days. hate has no blaise m america
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news 4 today starts now. goods morning and welcome back to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. we are working to get you out the door on time. melissa will have a look at a pretty wet commute. >> we'll start with chuck bell and sheena parveen for a wet forecast. >> yes, it is wet. you want the umbrella not just today but most of this week before the sun finally returns. >> absolutely. i will say that running in these cooler temperatures,
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been so much easier than this time of the year. >> that's true. >> rain drops? nobody really likes running in the rain all that much. if you can do your rub after work instead of before, that would be my official suggestion. this is the heaviest and steadiest of the rain we're going to get is between now and 10:00, 11:00 in the afternoon. upper 50s with rain drops. temperatures, clouds and rain. into the 60s most of the day. if we can get the sun to brighten up a smidgen, we might end up in the 70s. tomorrow's rain chance comes in in the afternoon so you'll run into it tomorrow morning. over to you. >> outer loop at little river turnpike, new problems on the beltway. this car is spun around facing the wrong direction. also have
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there. new crash. don't have that yet. all of this rain around town, out of that green there not helping the morning commute. outlound suw. southbound lanes are shut down. open beltway. folks okay with the exception of the problem. >> melissa, thank you. 5:32 this morning. more fear and concern on the university of maryland campus this morning after a student was killed days before his graduation. >> richard collins iii was stabbed to death. news 4's angie goff is live in the newsroom with more about him and why the fbi is getting involved. >> reporter: this story we know the 23-year-old was out celebrating with his friends ahead of the
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bowie state university. he had been commissioned to serve as a second lieutenant in the army. police say on the way home from his knife out. he stabbed collins in the chest. it's those circ kun stamss stances kshd. >> i'm unaware of any increased threats but certainly incrane in the unknown. this could happen to me. >> you are ban ski is a student at the university of maryland. he's charged with murder and assault. he was a member of a facebook group alt-reich. the group is said to post against african-americans, hispanics, women. molette green will join us live at 6:00. aaron? >> angie, thank you. coming up on
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an ongoing neighborhood dispute ends in tragedy. spotsylvania county sheriff's deputies arrested and charged larry johnson with first degree murder. he's accuse the of shooting his 65-year-old neighbor. the victim apparently had a landscaping crew on scene when he was shot. deputies found the victim lying in his driveway. johnson was arrested at his house. a 104-year-old woman died after a fire broke out in her house. two people were able to get out safely but an elderly woman was found in her bed. >> the red cross is still hoping to see the fire. alexandria is moving forward with plans. they approved for the new crew to come up with a
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the city council will make the final decisions on a new name. when was the last time you used a cab in this area? these days a lot of folks are ordering uber on your phone, and d.c. taxis know that, so they're trying to become more like those popular ride sharing services. by the end of august traditional meters in the back seat of the cab will be gob. instead you pay on a tablet and smartphone. it's official. wegmans is coming to d.c. mayor muriel bowser confirmed plans to bring the grocery chain to the redevelopment of the fannie mae campus last night. it will be the first wegmans in the district. that is right down the street from us just fyi. don't ditch your grocery store just yet. not until 2022. >> i can't wait. i hear so manoo
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it. >> oh, my god. >> oh! >> oh, my god. >> a lot of people are sharing this video on the nbc washington facebook page. a little girl snatched by the sea lion and the hero who jumped in after her. it's the final budget of ringling brothers. how they took their final b "tom went to washington to take on the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks... that's what tom perriello is about." progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello... and before and after congress i led non-profits to battle climate change, poverty and president bush's attacks on civil rights. now i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality. because together, we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
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. you're watching "news 4 today". oh, my god. >> oh! skbl oh, my god. >> oh, my god! >> scary video here of -- likely to come up scrolling through your news feed today. everybody gets out okay. a sea lion as you see right here attacked this little girl in canada. grabbed her dress right there. and witnesses say people were feeting it bred crumbs before this happened. a marine mammal expert said the sea lion probably wanted to eat the lirl grerls's dress. 5:39, the big top came down. the circus is now over. >> we want you to know we love you, we thank you. thank you for welcoming us into your cities, i
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final performance last night to a sold out crowd in the nassau county coliseum in new york. they ran for nearly 150 years. many of the people involved were third or fourth generation performers. in recent years the circus has been criticized for how it treats animals but the people involved push back against that cla claim. >> activists eventually put the circus out of business? >> i think animal rights prop pa dan da played in a tree men dose role in it. the a.s. society paid millions of dollars to ringling brothers in 2012 and 2014. the animals will be moved to sanctuaries or circumstances. wendy
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ten years together. >> i'm trying to figure out where they're eating. >> jim and wendy have a great bond. work well together. jim said they like to play name that tune and wendy always wins. she knows music. like the nbc washington facebook page for more fun with wendy and jim all week long. >> we sing all the way up here. >> you can actually sing we're going to get him to swing for our area. a lesson for graduates. what they want to clean up before interviewing for jobs. a scare at a local hospital. the disease some patients may have been he is exposed to. we have rain to start off your week. grab the umbrella before you head out. you're going to need to hold
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too. coming up, chuck and i are back to show you the timing of all of the rain and what you can expect as we head into the holiday weekend. slowdown on the bent way. sh you allow
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me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia.
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it is 15 before the hour right now. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. president trump touching down in israel. the issue hanging over his head as he arrives in jerusalem. it is that time of year again. graduation season is here. a lot of grads may want to take a good look at the apps you use every day. why future employers are scrutinizing social media. first, a heads up before you leave the house this morning. the
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still having a maker roadway shut down. well, if you've been using an alternate route around macarthur boulevard area in northwest, you better keep at it. >> expect repairs to continue on the busted water main. crews have been working since last wednesday to try to fix it. news 4's justin finch is looking at what's taking so long and how soon it might be wrapped up. >> aaron, good morning. that's why a plan of using your backup here, d.c. water crews are working on this and hoping to have mack arthur open this week. this is the 4500 block of macarthur between foxhall and reservoir road. this area remains closed for repair at this time. it is a big improvement from this when we had the champ in the roadway sending gallons of water into the boulevard. they're
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wednesday when this main broke. they have replaced the 30 inch below the main ground. the year that lip con took office. now looking live at the scene here, you can see the big machinery out here ready to go. that water main has been repaired. the hole has been filled. the next step is laying down blacktop and a few other things. we are live here in at northwest. i'm justin finch news 4. back in to you. >> justin, thank you. in talking about this work around here this morning. macarthur between reservoir and foxhall. the alternate, you can take reservoir or canal road instead. >> melissa, thank you. 5:47 right now. live pictures coming in from tel aviv right now. president trump has just arrived there
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dignitaries. meeting him at the airport in tel aviv as he begins a few days' visit to israel. >> he is expected to meet with the prime minister and the president as well. you can see he's there with the first lady. his first trip overseas continues today with that stop in israel earlier today. >> news 4's edward lawrence joining us live from capitol hill. the leaked conversation that the president had where he allegedly gave the russians some classified information was taken out of context. how are they classifying that? >> reporter: he's still being dogged by this at home. secretary of state rex tillerson said that he read that very differently. the leaked conversations as you said were taken out of context. the secretary of state saying that the president was trying to re-emphasize to the russian dignitaries horn in the oval offi
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and russia is as an all-time low. the president is trying to get them to come on board and help them in the fight against ice city sis. >> edward, when his budget is unleechd. how different is it going to be? >> it's a very big cut. shocks to a lot of people. 1 point be point $7 trillion worth of entitlement cuts in this budget. the largest coming from medicaid. that helps low income folks afford subsidies. $800 billion will be cut out of that over the next ten years. the congressional budget office says that that means 10 million people over a decade would lose the benefits or the money to pay for those benefits. >> edward lawrence live on capitol hill for us. thank you. this quick programming note for you. "nbc nightly news" anchores
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jerusalem. nightly news follows news 4 at 6:00 p.m. ten minutes before the top of the hour. vice president mike pence did not get a warm welcome when he started the commencement address at notre dame. dozens much graduates walked out as the vice president started speaking. this was in protest against the trump administration's stance on immigration and lgbt rights. a woman told police this man attacked her and tried to abduct her. now keith griffen is facing charges. prince william county police say he grabbed her and she broke free. >> he is being held without bond. >> you can't smoke inside restaurants and soon you
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they will pass a band that will prevent outdoor smoking and vaping. they have already mandated smoke free dining. the only other area -- only other one in our area is laplata maryland. today the class of 2020 will take part in a naval county tradition. this is video from last year. the zboel to clay -- the goal is to replace an upper class man's hat at the top. >> it says so much about team work. >> they have to accomplish it because they're not leaving until the hats gets unthere. >>
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the person who puts the hat up there is the first one in the class who will achieve the rank of admiral. >> you know everything, chuck. >> i know a smattering of everything. >> today they get the lard with the rain on top. >> exactly right. no kidding. the rain is not going to help make that any more of a heavy object. it is a rainy start to the day. most of our rain is in the first part of the tai. tomorrow to you want most of the ra rain. a quarter to half an inch of rain. by the time you get out, 8:30 in the morning. pockets of moderate rain. by 10:00 the steadier rain will be pushing towards annapolis and into southern maryland. by 1:30 in the
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around here. maybe a few more passing showers. gradually with time past 4:00, 5:00, most of the rain threat will start to fade out just a little bit. no sunshine or precious little if any. but the clouds for tomorrow, again, rain coming in. second part of the day. right now with the light rain, only 59 degrees in washington. highs today, upper 60s to low 70s. down south and west of town should be a smidge warmer. 75 in fredericksburg, 72 in lor ray. for tomorrow, cloudy start to the day. maybe an isolated shower. steadier rain chances come in for the afternoon's view. because the clouds are increasing and staying thick, looks like tomorrow will stay in the 60s. here's future weather starting for tomorrow. cloudy skies. here's 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. there comes your increasing chances for rain.
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thinking about going to the beaches, friday and sat look great. here's our ten day. 100% chance for rain today. 80% chance tomorrow. 60% chance both on wednesday and thursday. so a lot of rain chances around here. friday, saturday look good. there's a passing shower chance, melissa. so far it doesn't look like any weekend washouts. >> outer loop at little river, turnpike has the vehicle on the roadway. outer loop at 50, a crash on the right shoulder. in bound 66 at 123, have a crash reported there as well. as we zoom in, you can see it 95 northbound as you're approaching woodridge. back to maryland. 270 south germantown to the spur is just fine. top of the beltway, 95 to 270 this morning. 66 in
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parkway to the beltway, you're okay there. 49 miles per hour going to take you 11 minutes. you saw the slowdown just a second ago. quantico is taking a bit of time. the patient contracted the virus outside of the country. that patient was treated at children's natural nal medical cent center. we posted a lits of dates and locations where other people may have been exposed. that is in our nbc washington app. please search mees zblls hold the fruit juice. the american academy of pediatrics says babies under the age of 1 shouldn't have it. past guidelines urged parents to wait until they were six months until they get juice but new concerns about obesity and dental health has pushed the warning to 1. only 4 ounces of juice a day for
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toddlers and six ouncers. people found metal in their hot dogs so a big question is what's the date. so far three people say they found metal objects in their hot dog packages. 5:56. thousands of college graduates are ready to take the plunge into their next adventure. that means getting a job. >> the keys to landing one could be your social media accounts though. social media experts say now is the time to tweak and clean up your online image and try to accentuate the positive. >> your education, your work experience, internships, skills, those kinds of things. >> now experts suggest the way to get a leg up in the process is to post a video of yourself doing what the company
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applying for does. we're following a number of big stories ahead at the top of the hour. >> ousted "today" show who he billy bush is speaking up for the first time. plus, the stars at the stage. look at those place. it's celine. >> it is, in vegas, right? plus, the sex assault trial of bill cosby. why this is the only time he'll face an accuse zbler report. >> reporter: they're set to investigate
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a student murdered. a campus community is living in fear right now. how a facebook group may turn this attack into a hate crime investigation. breaking news overnight. president trump touches down in israel. what's on the agenda while controversy continues to build at home. a wet rush hour commute. it is going to be cloudy, cool and rainy. you should get used to this weather for a while. >> "news 4 today" starts now. it is just about 6:00 a.m. ten seconds away. good morning, everybody. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. >> very
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time. i'm eun yang. any time it rains you know what that means, it could be a problem with your commute. >> let's begin with meteorologist chuck bell and sheena parveen and this forecast which includes quite a bit of rain it looks like. >> didn't get much sun over the weekend. >> you'll want the umbrella around for several days. the sunshine comes back as we head into your holiday weekend. a lot of people would be happy with that. it doesn't look like the case there but right now we have rain in the district and some of the heaviest. over at 66 near warrington, headed towards manassas. approaching bethesda. 270, seeing pretty steady rain this morning. as you're leaving the house, wet roads. 60 degrees by 7:00 a.m. fa


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