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britain's prime minister has raised the terror threat to critical. that means an attack is expected imminently. prime minister theresa may calling last night's attack callous and cowardly. >> cowardice will always be defeated by bravery. but evil can be overcome by good. and that our values, the liberal, pluralistic values of britain, will always prevail over the hateful ideology of the terrorists. >> and here's what we know about the investigation thus far today. police identified the suicide bomber as a home-grown terrorist. salman abedi was 22 years old. government sources say he was of libyan descent, but was known to british police and intelligence services. police have been busy tracking down leads. they carried out raids in two neighborhoods in manchester and carried out a controlled splogedz at one of them as part of the
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but no word on who he is. so far, two of the 22 people killed have been identified. both of them, young girls. saffi rose was 8 years old. georgina calendar was 18 years old. isis did claim responsibility for the attack, but so far it has not been corroborated. jim? >> wendy, the arena in manchester, the airport departure and arrival halls in brussels and istanbul, restaurants and concert halls in paris, a christmas market in berlin, the boardwalk in nice, a nightclub in orlando, and an office party in san bernardino, california. all these attacks put a spotlight on the difficulty of protecting so-called soft targets. those soft targets are everywhere, places where a small group of terrorists can relatively easily
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scale devastation. it's a big concern for police around the globe, including our region. and meagan fitzgerald is live in downto downtown, d.c., with a look at what local police are doing to keep us safe. >> reporter: any time there's a terrorist attack, no matter how far away from here, it hits home. people go all the time to the verizon center for concerts and games. we're heading into the busy memorial day weekend, so people are concerned. but law enforcement officials say they're prepared. >> anywhere from 50 to 60,000 throughout the weekend. we generally get about 20,000 at the parade on monday morning. >> reporter: for the 23rd year in a row, rockville will welcome the taste of rockville, with large crowds, music, food and games. but the recent bombings in manchester, which killed more than 20 people, injuring dozens of others, will
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for a lot of people. >> it's scary because you never know where it can happen. here or anywhere. it's just scary. >> reporter: but rockville police say there will be a heavy police presence throughout the weekend. >> the city of rockville is always prepared. we do the best we can to be on top of things. we have no known threats, but every year, we evaluate how things went and things we can do to improve. >> reporter: there are no known threats to metro either. but everyone will remain vigilant. >> we heighten our security in the city. we want to make sure all the events we have planned for memorial day weekend, that people feel comfortable coming out there. >> reporter: and many folks say they'll be doing just that. >> i can't live my everyday life in fear that i'm going to blow up because of a terrorist attack. i wouldn't be
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>> reporter: and as is always the case, police can't stress enough, they say, the importance of seeing something that looks suspicious and reporting it. they want to hear from you. wendy? >> meagan, thank you. within the past hour, members of the council on america islamic relations laid a wreath outside the british embassy here in washington. that wreath includes a message. too manchest to manchester with love. members of cair also led a prayer, saying they feel compassion and incredible sadness for the victims of this deadly attack. stay with news4, we have continuing coverage on this and please join nbc's lester holt for a special edition of "nbc nightly news" from manchester this evening. that's on nbc4 at 7:00 right after news4 at 6:00. now to another arena close to home that was packed
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chair sat empty in tribute today. a graduate's robe draped over it, to honor the achievement of richard collins, who didn't live to celebrate today. days after being stabbed and killed, collins was remembered during every moment of today's graduation ceremony. >> we abhor hate red ared and v and we mourn of loss of a bright young life that had so much promise. we are honored to be joined by the chancellor today and he will share some thoughts. >> tracee wilkins attended that ceremony and she's live now at a memorial honoring collins. >> reporter: it was an emotional commencement ceremony, even more emotional to come across campus and see how this memorial has grown in collins' honor and to watch the people stopping to p
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tribute. but inside of the xfinity center, there were moments when it felt more like a memorial service than a green goddesses. >> reporter: as graduates prepare for one of their greatest achievements so far, there are thoughts of the classmate who is not here. who is not here, but still feels near. >> as soldiers, we would want us to persevere, and that's what we're going to do. >> reporter: there's a space here in honor of second lieutenant richard collins iii, and across campus, a memorial. candles at the bus stop where he was stabbed and killed in a random and unprovoked attack. a number of the students say they made it here because of collins' support, when no one else was looking. >> i couldn't have passed and got to this stage without him. we helped each other, along with a bunch of other students get to this point. >> we would always help me if i needed help. >> reporter: so in so many
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he is here today. >> at this time, i asked the family of richard collins iii and his fellow commissionees to proceed to the stage to receive lieutenant collins' degree. >>. >> reporter: and he is living through the achievements of his fellow bulldogs. >> this is not just for me, it's for collins as well, graduating, becoming officers, this is for him now too. >> reporter: again, this is the bus stop where that stabbing happened this past weekend. the suspect in custody, the investigation under way. coming up on news4 at 6:00, hear from collins, an exclusive nbc interview as his father discusses what he thinks about bowie state university and also the university of maryland after what happened here to his son. reporting live in college park, i'm tracee wilkins, news4.
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and of course i continue to track the gloomy weather across our region with showers out there too. temperatures are mild, but they're really quite cool for this time of year. look at the cloud cover. 10 degrees cooler than average. but we're still close to 70 in some areas. showers continuing across the area. they'll continue to move in. look at the moisture down to the south, roanoke, richmond. a fairly wet night tonight, especially for d.c. to the south. much more on the forecast, when the rain moves out, and how about that memorial day weekend. see you in about ten minutes. >> you know nearly 1 in 5 of you are going to be on the road for memorial day. and so there will be plenty of traffic, especially if you're heading east to the beach. if you're leaving friday, the maryland transportation authority says, best time to cross that bridge is before 10:00 in the morning, or after 10:00 at night. there are other ways to check on the traffic,
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and has an early look at the holiday get-away with a look from chopper4. >> reporter: it's going to be busy for memorial day. that's why we're in chopper4, to let you know what to expect for memorial day day and t-- for mel day and the bay bridge. if you notice two-way traffic on the westbound span, that's always an indication that there's heavy traffic and you might want to delay your trip before you head out. of course the best advice is to get out as early as possible. we've heard people say thursday is the new friday. really, i think you're going to start to see wednesday, thursday, and friday be very busy and of course expect it to be busy on the way back. driving over the next couple days, that will require patients. almost three million people total from d.c., maryland, and virginia expected to travel. gas
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low and the ocean city mayor has a quick check on that. >> i think when we left ocean city today, gas was $2.19, so that looks good. >> reporter: just make sure to travel safely. what a beautiful shot of the bay bridge as we're flying high in chopper4. remember transportation week, i gave you a tip for how to beat the beach traffic once you get across the bay bridge? i'll share that with you next hour. back to you. >> adam tuss, live in chopper4 for us, thank you. a lot of you grew up with him on the big screen. sir roger moore has been trending all day on social media. >> simon templer. >> the british actor died from cancer. he got his start in "the saint." he played james bond
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'80s, then devoted his life to humanitarian work and was knighted by queen elizabeth for all his efforts. this was a heartbreaking story. a 4-year-old killed in a home accident inside a home daycare. also straight ahead, president trump overseas, but still making news here at home. the chilly reception as
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when crews arrived on the scene of a fire in prince george's county, they saw thick, black smoke pouring from the windows of the house, but it was what was inside that made their jobs much tougher. derrick ward tells us hoarding conditions fueled the flames. >> reporter: crews remain on the scene of this house fire at 27th avenue in temple hill. they got here about 11:00, a relatively small structure, but had big issues fighting the fire. >> we found smoke showing, units did a 360. we found fire from the basement. units start to make entry. on their way back, it was getting hotter to get to where the fire was, so we pulled units out. >> reporter: the fire appears to have started in the bas
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the home. firefighters say it was debris that made it tough to get to it. one person was transported with minor injuries. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the fire. derrick ward, news4. some lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are calling it dead on arrival. we're talking about the white house budget proposal for 2018. it includes big increases to national and border security, law enforcement, and veterans care. there are no changes to social security or medicare. but there will be cuts to low-income assistance programs such as medicaid and food stamps. >> we're no longer going to measure cam passion by the number of programs or the number of people on those programs, but by the number of people we help get off those programs. >> the white house said it will create a balanced budget in ten years, assuming there's a
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annual economic growth of 3%. but as you saw, some entitlement benefits are at risk. those safety net programs that are meant to help care for the elderly in retirement, help care for people with disabilities and help those who couldn't afford health insurance. they also include programs like snap, which is the new name for food stamps. social security, medicare and medicaid are among the largest of the entitlement programs and the committee for a responsible federal budget finds entitlement funding accounts for 71% of our total budget. a louisiana man is facing felony charges tonight, accused of trying to use a government website to access president trump's tax returns. prosecutors say jordan hamlet used a federal student loan app to try and get those records. his attempt was not sss
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investigator, apparently acknowledged the crime to federal agents during an interview days before the election. hamlet pleaded not guilty. as many local immigrants worry about changes in the immigration rules, one county is taking action -- montgomery county. it's launched a new citizenship initiative, it's part of a national program. it will help one million people become u.s. citizens across the country in the next year. news4's chris gordon explains who is eligible and what is required. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: francisca is practicing answering the 100 questions on u.s. history and politics for her test. she has her green card and wants to become a u.s. citizen. >> translator: she wants to vote. >> rep
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and she wants to work. her daughters are citizens. becoming a citizen will protect her from deportation, but she worries about others. >> it's not only for me. it's for every immigrant. >> reporter: today, ike legget helped launch a citizen program, to help people become u.s. citizens. >> we have about 60,000 who are eligible in montgomery county. i think if they apply, go through the process, a good part of those will be successful. >> reporter: the cost is $725. >> there is a fee waiver, a full fee waiver if they make under a certain income. >> casa provides teachers to help applicants learn their civics lessons and gain confidence that they know enough to pass the test. >> they gonna do ten questions, and she has to have
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>> reporter: casa says the entire process from filling out the application for naturalization, to taking the test in baltimore is about eight months. and they encourage everyone who has a green card to do so. reporting from montgomery county, chris gordon, news4. new calls tonight for immigration officials to release the local mother of two who has been detained since last week. lilliana cruz mendez has been in the country for ten years, and has no criminal record. during last week's routine check-in with the ins she was detained because four years ago she was pulled over for a broken tail light and didn't have a driver's license. they want her released and all other immigrants with no criminal records who are being held. this
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his feeiance are charged in the be death of a 4-year-old little boy. a grand jury has indicted sheriff's deputy nicholas stoia and his fiancee heather massey. t massey was babysitting the child at a home she shared with stoia. both are being held without bond. stoia is on administrative leave from the sheriff's department. a local teenager thought she'd sell her old iphone to finance a weekend get-away. but it wasn't to be. still to come, the funny money skapel that scam that's cost her. we're tracking swers and howa
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a virginia that works for everyone. you know what, we just jumped ahead on you about four days. we want the weekend forecast. everybody does. >> it's the unofficial start to summer and it's looking pretty good. i'm worried about a few showers at times, but not a bad forecast for you and the kids. let's take a look, we have the cloud cover across the region n now. it looks likes it's raining, but right now, no rain downtown. couple sprinkles here and
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we will see showers this evening. if you're headed to the nationals game, take the umbrella and the poncho just in case. the temperatures falling through the 60s as we get the showers in here. currently, look how cool we are. we're supposed to be upper 70s. average high, 77. we're 10 degrees below average. so a cool afternoon because of the easterly flow and yes, we have flowers. they are widely scattered, more to the south coming in, up towards frederick, leesburg, the marshall area, along 66. we are getting wet in some locations, but there's more rain coming. look at this shield of rain to the south. a little bit of a break, but here comes that rain. we will see showers throughout the evening tonight. if you're thinking about getting out, watch out for that. but the bulk of the rain, see this little spin in the atmosphere, that's kicking up big-time thunderstorms, even a tornado warning south of
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the heavy rain to the south. we'll just have the shower activity. the wider view showing this piece of energy. another piece of energy, this is a big guy here, look at the frontal boundary with that. that's going to bring in moisture. this is really cool, here's the rain. a little bit of a break in the action right here. ask then more rain back to the west. take a look at the temperatures here, they coincide with what i'm talking about. 61, virginia beach, 59, roanoke. then the break, into the 70s, and then back into the 60s with more rain. we'll be here tomorrow and back here on thursday. a topsy-turvy weekend. but tomorrow, 73, really nice afternoon, shower maybe early in the day. tomorrow night, after 7:00, the rain moves back in. lasts to the day on thursday, shower activity all day thursday, not a complete wash-out, but you'll need the umbrella for sure. 82 on saturday
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we have a 40% chance of showers late on saturday, mostly after 5:00. so if you're going to barbecue, do it earlier. but we'll watch that. 80 degrees on memorial day, a chance of showers coming up next tuesday. but all in all, after today and tomorrow and thursday, not a bad forecast. tom and i will be back at 5:45 with what to expect at the beaches, the mountains, or -- where else might you go? all right, i'm not talking to you guys. they're too slow. >> nordstrom's. >> we'll have that forecast too. >> it seemed like a good plan. sell the iphone and pay for a trip down to the ocean, but in the end, she ended up with nothing. the story coming up. also, we have continuing coverage of our top story, the attack in manchester, england. >> witness accounts of what went on and a former fbi agent gis
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you're watching news4 at 5:00. [ screaming ]. >> everyone running back up the stairs again, panicking, screaming, shouting, praying. grabbed my friend's hand and we just ran. but we looked and we could see the bodies on the floor. and outside and in the arena
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everywhere and all sorts. >> chaos and confusion outside after an explosion outside the of the ariana grande concert, as thousands tried to make their way out of that verizon center-sized venue in england. 22 people killed, dozens injured when a lone suicide bomber set off an ied outside the manchester arena. among the dead, an 8-year-old girl. police identified the bomber as a 22-year-old british man. he is said to be the libyan descent. overnight and this morning, another young man was taken into custody as raids were carried out in at least two cities. >> more than ever, it is vital to have diverse communities that make manchester such a strong place, actually stand together. we will, therefore, not tolerate hate towards any parts of our community. >> isis is
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but intel officials in the uk and the u.s. have not confirmed that. there are a lot of unknowns when it comes to the suspected bomber in the attack, and it's also raised concerns again with how to protect soft targets. joining us now, fbi special agent clint watts. this guy was apparently known to british authorities. is there any way to track when someone on their radar searches things online, like how to make a bomb, or track chatter about this kind of attack? >> well, i think nations are in the counterterrorism fight do track that chatter and pick up on those signals, but that's not always cause to start an investigation or even do surveillance. i think the other problem that europe has and the uk in particular, as opposed to the united states, there's far more people to investigate or look into, or track
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plotting an attack than there are resources available to do it. we've been lucky in the united states that per capita, we have far fewer recruits and inspired individuals that want to participate in terrorist violence. >> very good point. and we saw this kind of attack in paris, but this time it happened at that ariana grande concert, where you would expect much of the audience to be young girls. what does that say about this bomber, if anything, in where he decided to carry out this attack? it very much suggests it's not in line with traditional terror group thinking. al qaeda had learned long ago that killing women, children in particular, was bad for their brand. and the islamic state, while even more maniacal in hitting targets al qaeda would never have considered, probably is not going to receive much support for killing innocent young people in such a way, suggesting that the attacker wasn't really in contact
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state or their central planners who might have directed them more towards an adult audience or a different soft target. >> this also happened outside the venue, as we know. is there anything that we can do when we leave a sporting event or a concert of this nature? >> i think the number one thing everyone can do, when you see something, say something. it's usually local tips, tips from civilians that are involved, or attending the event that are the best signals for law enforcement. the best sensors out there are those people who know the community, and the behavior of other people. those tips are what get us to prevent the attack, rather than respond to it. >> our thanks to former fbi special agent clint watts. and we invite you to stay tuned after news4 at 6:00, for all the latest in the uk. lester holt from "nbc nightly news" will anchor a special edition of that program from manchester. back here in our area, we
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involve online sales, but this time a young woman is out several hundred dollars in a case involving funny money. pat? >> reporter: wendy, it went sideways. this was a beach trip that got off to a really bad start. you might say it's a story right out of the movies. sad, sad movies. this is hana burly. she lived in frederick. she's anticipa18 years old, goe college, and works part time. she was planning to go to the beach next weekend. she was going to sell her old iphone to finance the trip. but now, she's left empty handed. in fact, she's out $50. >> you feel like you were taken? >> oh, yeah. very taken advantage of, for sure. >> reporter: the ad, using an
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for $420. soon she was contacted by xavier. he said he would pay 450, but hana would have to bring the iphone to germantown. >> why did he offer you more than what you asked? snge >> i think it was because i was taking time to drive to germantown from walkersville. so maybe he wanted to be nice and pay for my gas or something. >> reporter: the meet, the parking lot of kohl's in germantown. xavier had the money stuffed in one of those bank envelopes. hana gives it a quick look, she gives him the iphone and 50 bucks, he goes this way, she goes that way. deal done. the heartbreak. hana goes back to her bank and tries to deposit the money into her atm, but that money, it keeps coming back out. >> as you stuck the money into the atm -- >> yeah, nothi
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>> yes. >> and back? >> yes. >> and then you looked close and what did you find out? >> i saw the bottom of one of the bills, and it said, for prop use only. >> reporter: in the end, hana ends up with movie money. at first glance, it looks realistic, but there are some signs. i'll tell you about them at 6:00 when i show you the money. and xavier, xavier, shame on you. jim? >> shame, indeed. thank you, pat. see you at 6:00. listen to this, folks. in a find in old town, alexandria, human remains dating on the 1700 or 1800s have been unearthed. archaeologists are on site and they've discovered evidence of
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city's historic records, we may one day learn the identity of those remains that they discovered. today, an almost $20 million settlement in a case putting customers' personal information at risk. what local victims of the target breach can expect to collect. and keeping employees and guests safe during their stay.
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get ready for more construction in a busy area of the district. next week, crews will work on a barnes dance crosswalk at 14th street and irving street northwest. a barnes dance is a different way to handle traffic and pedestrians. it allows pedestrians to cross in any direction they want while all traffic is stopped. it should be in place by mid june. she spent her childhood at one of the great mansions of washington, d.c. hillwood, the home of her mother. today we are remembering dina meril, the actress and fill an telephonist who passed away at the age of 93. dina merl was there in september of 2001 when it re-opened after
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being a child living in a vast estate. >> it was scary as a little child because it was so huge, the rooms were so big that i didn't want to wander around downstairs by myself. i thought ghosts lived down there. >> despite her family's vast wealth, merill went into acting and appeared in a number of movies in a career that spanned decades. her father was e.f. hutton, and her summer home was mar-a-lago in palm beach. yes, that mar-a-lago, the palace now owned by president trump. >> what a life. >> not a bad life. >> i'll say. tonight at 5:00, the scam that cost a maryland veteran thousands of dollars. >> and what happened after our susan hogan got involved in this. i'm tom sherwood in the district. every day thousands of hotel workers walk through employee
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panic buttons, they can save a life, keep people out of harm. and now more and more hotel workers are using them to protect themselves against abusive guests. tom sherwood explains. >> reporter: the hotel employee entrance, not the fancy entrance the guests all see. now 30 washington area hotels with union staff have something new for their hotel workers who sometimes have to fend off abusive guests. a panic button to summon security. >> we just press here when we have an incident, and that's it. >> reporter: 20-year veteran martha pereira inspects rooms for cleanliness after housekeepers are finished. >> the work is hard. the ladies are cleaning a lot of rooms. and some rooms are so, so dirty. >> reporter: and sometimes dangerous. there was coverage of a guest in
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putting his hands on two may flower hotel housekeepers. >> we have incidents where people open room doors and don't have on any clothes. >> reporter: local 25 negotiated the buttons for its workers. >> behind the scenes, there's closed doors, locked doors, we've had incidents in the history of hotels in this city and around the country. >> reporter: and not just women workers are at risk. >> room servicemen, housemen, room attendants, male room attendants. so it's to secure all employees. >> reporter: hotel managers are also stepping up security efforts to protect workers and their hotel reputations. in the district, tom sherwood, news4. remember that massive target data breach right before christmas in 2013? well, the retailer has now agreo
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than $18 million. the pay-out will resolve an investigation by 46 states in the district. that investigation found that hackers stole credentials from a third-party vendor, to access sensitive information in target's commuter systems. more than 41 million customer payment cards were impacted. maryland will get more than $600,000. virginia, more than $350,000. and d.c., nearly $169,000. the settlement also requires target to develop and maintain a new security program. news4 is working for you. it's a motto we stand by, and there's no better way to show you what we mean by that than this story. susan hogan has the details. >> well, recently nbc4 responds introduced you to a 20-year war veteran from maryland, who was scammed out of thousands of dollars. just when he was about to lose all hope of ever seeing that
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results he never expected. >> yay! how are you? >> good, good, good. good to see you. >> i'm so happy to see you. >> it worked out pretty good. >> it worked out really good. >> reporter: what a difference a week makes, to say jerome harold feels relieved is an understatement. >> i'm throwing my confidence in you and leave it in your hands. you did your job. you did your job. >> reporter: when we last saw jerome, he was at a loss, a big loss of $4,400. >> what frustrates you the most? >> that somebody would do something like that. >> reporter: jerome got caught up in an online scam when searching for a '55 chevy. he found one and started a conversation with the so-called seller. >> everything looked legitimate? >> looked perfect. >> the seller said the chevy was in west virginia and would be delivered to him after he paid using google wallet. he got an official looking invoice and it instructed him
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machine. jerome sent a total of $4,400 to the seller and was told the car would arrive in three days. it never did. >> as each minute and hour went by, you started thinking what? >> yeah, i got tooken. >> reporter: the bitcoin machine jerome used is owned by bit express. the owner of that machine contacted us, after hearing what happened to jerome and said he wanted to make things right. in a statement, he said, what happened in this gentleman is a tragedy. he went on to say that bit express machines are now able to freeze the transactions of first-time buyers and give them a personal phone call to ensure they are not the victim of one of these scams. unfortunately, that update went into effect one week after jerome made his transaction. but true to their word, bit express refunded jerome his entire $4,400.
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>> how are you doing? >> reporter: and nbc4 responds got to deliver the news to jerome and his wife mona. >> i'm shocked. >> oh, you're so sweet. >> reporter: and i got a surprise of my own. i've met hundreds and hundreds of people over my years and there are certain people that touch you. and you did. >> thank you. >> jerome took that money and put it right back into his life insurance account. so what exactly are bit coins, and what are the risks of using this virtual currency? we'll show you right now on our nbc washington app. just search bitcoin. >> go, jerome. >> that was great. >> and the flowers matched the dress. that's the big take-away. what a nice finish to that story. news4 is working for you in the community and recognizing a d.c. teacher tonight, a math teacher at
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$25,000 richer this evening. milton bryant got the fishman award, recognizing the nation's most effective teachers working in high-need public schools. bryant says he'll invest some of that money in a class trip for his students. wow, lucky them. and a 7-year-old from janey elementary school will be honored tomorrow for her artwork on buys. sonara hutchins won the grand prize for this drawing of the endangered, rusty-patched bumblebee. she's the first ever winning artist from d.c. >> wow, she's got serious talent there. >> yeah. a cloudy backdrop behind us. >> we need some sun. just plain old sun. what do you think? >> california is beautiful this time of year. really,
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the way from the rockies to the coast. >> yeah, this is growing tiresome, i think. after a while, the clouds weigh on you and we say gray skies are not going to clear up, put on a happy face anyway. but after a while, it's trying. >> and we'll continue to watch the cloud cover over the next couple days. temperatures will be up a little bit too. right now, we got the rain developing across town. you can see the visibility is much lower than a little bit earlier. 67 degrees, winds out of the east at 10 miles an hour. starting to see that rain working its way in. it's really just developing over us. it is down to the south. fredericksburg. you see the rain, spotsylvania county, hello to our friends down there. washington now, let's zoom in and show you d.c. this rain formed around us, bethesda, d.c., over to the bowie area, towards 50, national harbor, light shower activity. so if you're heading to the nats
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umbrella or poncho. more rain on the way. rain coming through parts of virginia now. strongest storms to the south. those will bypass us. behind this, we'll see a little bit of a break tomorrow. still showers, but a break. 61 degrees, maybe a few showers early and then again late tomorrow night. but most of the afternoon, i think, okay as we look towards the 4:00 weather. 75 degrees on your thursday. look at the memorial day weekend. looking pretty good. 77 friday, 82 on saturday, 77 sunday. memorial day looking pretty good too. what about the beaches and the mountains? tom kierein with that forecast right now. >> yeah, considerably cooler at the beaches and the mountains. the water temperature is only 62. maybe you only go ankle deep over the weekend. the water is pretty cold. but still beautiful for the most part at the beaches. on saturday, itil
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the upper 60s, near 70 degrees. sun back on sunday afternoon, temperatures in the upper 60s. monday, low 70s and partly sunny on memorial day. in the mountains, if you're camping, maybe saturday night there will be rain showers. other than that, it's looking dry in the mountains, but again, cooler at higher elevations with temperatures just right around 70 degrees saturday, sunday, and memorial day. >> all in all, we give it at least
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st. mary's county sheriff's deputy was saved by other first responders when he went into cardiac arrest while playing hockey. >> kristin wright was there when he got to meet the men who saved him. >> taking a shot and everybody realized, why is the goalie on his face. >> reporter: st.
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sheriff's deputy david cork ran and the men who saved his life have a chance to laugh about it now. >> it was 8-0 when the heart attack happened. i think definitely the heart attack inhibited my ability to stop some of those pucks. >> reporter: maybe eight is his lucky number. these are the eight d.c. firefighters who kept deputy cork ran alive. >> i trusted him telling me, i'm going to make it, because he told me i'm going to make it, so i'm going to make it. >> reporter: april 7th, he was playing goalie at a fund-raising tournament for the d.c. firefighters burn foundation. he collapsed on the ice, went into cardiac arrest, no pulse. but the deputy lived to tell his story and shake the hands of those firefighters who used cpr and a defibrillator to bring back the fourg ather of four. >> everyone in
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incredibl incredibly grateful for everything they did. >> it's not very off that we get someone back to the point where they're awake and talking and cracking jokes like he was. >> reporter: only 43, deputy corker an is in cardiac rehab and he's ready to get back on the ice. >> my bag is packed. >> reporter: he gave the firefighters restaurant give cards, a small token for the greatest of hockey saves. >> it's all about them saving my life. >> reporter: in the district, kristin wright, news4. now at 6:00, terror in manchester. >> oh, my god! >> isis, claiming responsibility for a deadly attack at a sold-out concert in britain. from the suicide bombing and stampede to the frantic search for missing children. >> a big flash, a big
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then a wash of air. just thought, what the hell is that. >> we were in arena and we heard a bang. >> tonight president trump is denouncing the violence. >> so many, young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives, murdered by evil losers in life. >> all this as police here and across the u.s. beef up security. news4 at 6:00, starts now. we begin tonight with a grim reality. once again, the british public is picking up the pieces of a terror attack. it's all the more horrific because of what we know. >> the death toll in last night's suicide bombing in manchester, england, stands at 22. and the terror threat has been raised to its highest level.


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