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pattern. what to expect as we head towards the week end. "news 4 today" starts now. first at 6:00, we want to bring you up to speed on an overnight explosion in wisconsin. we know now that multiple people were flown to the hospital after a blast at a corn mill an hour north of madison, wisconsin. some others may still be missing right now. you're seeing video from the scene. molette green is watching the story from the live desk. we're going to check in with her. first, it is 6 okay clau:00 a.m. >> it's a good month. >> big birthday coming up. yeah, a big one. not that big. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. melissa mollet is here with the commute. we want to check the forecast with storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell and sheena parveen. they're outside. looks nice out there. >> beautiful.
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grass earlier. what did you get? >> look at the size of this mushroom. another cloudy, cool may and this mushroom weighs about 3 pounds. >> wash your hands. >> theer's the view on the first sunrise of june. welcome to summer, everybody. we had a few lingering rain drops and there may still be one approaching great falls, fairfax county in the potomac. otherwise, 99% dry as we head out the door. nice and cool. 56 in manassas, 57 in gaithersburg. hour by hour planner, clouds will be gone by 9:00 or 10:00. we'll be left with 100% sunshine today. afternoon highs up in the low 80s. if you're looking for something to complain about, might be a little breezy. perfect kite flying weather. we'll have more about the outlook of
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season might look like. for now let's go to melissa mollet. >> thank you so much. i sort of look like the sun this morning. before columbia pike, we have chopper 4 over this, looks like a fuel spill. right so he had of the roadway. left side getting by. 1 1/2 mile backup. inner loop and outer loop, overall, looking quite good. same thing at 66 northbound. 95 northbound, approaching quantico and one through woodbridge. southbound 3rd street tunnel, the ramp to southbound south capitol, still have the right side getting by the crash this morning. in bound river at golds borrow, that should be clearing out of here soon. still have a couple of cones here for that road work headed in bound. you have to stay right to get by all of that. >> melissa, thank you. developing this morning, we're working to find out what led up to a stabbing on campus at hoortd
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someone attacked a man at w street west. he was awake and breathing when paramedics arrived. we don't know exactly how badly he was hurt. we also have calls out to police to see whether they arrested anyone in this case. for the fifth time in less than a month, a noose was found hanging somewhere that our kids and our communities go to learn. it was found yesterday inside the national museum of african-american history and culture. >> this morning the smith zone any's -- justin finch has the latest reaction. >> reporter: good morning. for those who were there, it was simply startling. suddenly being asked to leave the exhibition without knowing what was going on. once they were told, visitors tell us with words that were simple and solemn, that they felt shocked, sadness and outrage. this all begins about 1:00 or so on wednesday afternoo
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finding a noose hanging in a permanent exhibit on the museum's second level about segregation. now at that point the museum had to come in, ask those visitors to leave. the park police came in and removed the noose and began to investigate. they're condemning that noose and the symbol of violence against african-americans. >> there are people who for whatever reason can't seem to find be a way to live with their fellow human beings, but they're far out numbered, far out numbered by the millions and millions of people who do. >> reporter: the museum saying this is a reminder of how important their work is, too. of course, the museum was shut down for a few hours as park police did investigate. however, the concern is for many who are here yesterday, how was someone able to
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museum with that noose in the first place? park police and now smithsonian are looking into that. back into you. >> justin, i've been into that museum. it is modern, state of the art there. a lot of security in that museum. is there surveillance video of what happened? >> reporter: well, at this point, aaron, they're not confirming if there is, however, we were told there was information gathered. back in to you. >> justin finch on the national mall. thank you. this is not the first time this symbol of hate has popped up at a place that stands for education and tolerance. on april 27th a noose was found hanging inside the kitchen at pfi kappa tau house. later four
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hanging from light posts. and that happened as the first female black president took over as student council president. then on may 11th a teacher found a noose hanging from a light fixture at crosson middle school. two 19-year-old men were arrested and charged with hate crimes. last week a noose was found near a museum. no one has been arrested. for the fifth time in a little over a month a noose was found inside the national museum of the african-american museum of history and culture. 6:06. a man who d.c. police found with a pistol. assault rifle, will face weapons charges. brian knowles checked into that hotel just before 1:00.m
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had guns in his car. after his arrest d.c. police chief peter newshom said authorities diverted a attention. he said he posed no a immediate threat. he is expected in court this afternoon. president trump will make a big decision today that could have global impact. he will announce whether the u.s. will stick with or abandon the paris climate deal. that is one of several big political stories we're following for you today. the state department is denying a report that the trumpt administration is thinking about giving back two diplomatic compounds to russia. the compound near new york city and the one on maryland's eastern shore were shut down by former president barack obama as punishment for his appearance in the 2016 election. we have
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former fbi director james comey has been cleared to testify next week. now to another update on the breaking news in wisconsin this morning. molette green is live following updates. molette? >> reporter: take a look at that scene. multiple medivac hospitals took the injured away. we're trying to find out what caused this. large explosion leveled the fourth story structure at 11:00 last night. that plant supplied corn to an ethanol plant across the street. there is new security video of what's being called a terror attack in afghanistan. take a look. you can see the air vibrate when a truck bomb went off in the middle of ka bray. 90
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the united states and united nations condemned the bombing. it's not clear who was behind the attack. the fbi is investigating a disturbing crime that happened during a solemn ceremony at arlington national cemetery. the man you see on your screen here engaged in illicit sexual contact with a minor. the man and the victim were among a large crowd there. the fbi is working to identify the person you just saw there. if you have any information, state police would like to hear from you. uber attack. a driver killed and now we're learning more about the teenage girl charged with stabbing him to death. and we are talking about a very comfortable afternoon. little bit lower humidity. still warm though. this morning comfortably cool, some areas in the 50s. we'll talk about what you can expect for the first of the week.
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in terms of preticketion. i don't know when we're most vul naeshl next. plus, countdown to the spelling bee. we'll tell you the finalists to root for and the words that
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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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you're watching "news 4 today." welcome back. i'm melissa mollet with a look at your first 4 traffic. northbound, 295 things slowing down. district inner loop and outer loop of the beltway not bad at all. take a look at 270. a live look coming up in a
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eun? >> thank you, melissa. it only takes one storm to cause a whole lot of damage, and that is a lesson many of us learned during hurricane isabel in 2003 when we saw record flooding across our area. it took days to dry out. >> today is the official start of hurricane season in the east. it's our yearly reminder to be prepared in case we see scenes like this. meteorologist sheena parveen back with a look at what we should expect. >> noaa released the numbers, national oeceanic at moss fearig administration. a weak el nino or possibly nonexistent one has warmer water conditions in the pacific. it will affect the atlantic. it will either hinder development or help it. we expect a slightly above normal hurricane season. 11-17 named storms, 5-9 hurricanes. of those 2-4 could
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storms. category 3, 4, 5. as far as the development is concerned over the cape verde islands, our time of year, when i say our time of year, i mean when the east coast is more vulnerable to a storm, we could see it more likely in august, september, or october because of where they develop, caribbean over by cape verde. they take on the past where the east coast is more likely to see it. those will be the main months we're watching. download the nbc washington. you'll have all of the information on that. chuck and i are back on that in a bit with a closer look at your forecast and the weekend coming up. >> thank you, sheena. developing this morning, a 16-year-old girl charged with killing her uber triefr in a chicago suburb. police say the girl stole a machete yesterday morning and called an uber. the tina tacked the 34-year-old driver from the back seat. when officers got tth
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suspect -- when officers got to the scene, the suspect was holding the machete and had to be tased to drop it. the 16-year-old is now charged as an adult. >> reporter: i'm molette green at the live desk. a city councilman stabbed in philadelphia. the man's name is david oh. he's in critical but stable condition this morning. philly police say someone tried to rob him and then attacked him near his home. they say oh was trying to get out of his car at the time. this happened late last night. a man approached him and the would-be robber stabbed him and took off. oh lived in the west philly neighborhood and has lived there for dangers. getting a license in the district means you're automatically registered to vote. the washington post is reporting this is included in a spending measure thatee
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approval by the d.c. council. if the driver does not want to become a registered voter, he or she will have to opt out of the automatic registration system. >> the obamas won't be paying rent on their home anymore. news 4 confirms the former first couple bought the house that they've been renting for $8.1 million. they've been renting it from nfl executive and former press secretary. they plan to stay until sasha finishes high school two years away. started with thousands of students across the country and today we will find out who is the best speller at the scripps national spelling bee finals. >> we have some really smart students. one of the competitors is from howard county. he's representing columbia, maryland. he will take on 39 other spellers, a total of nine spellers from our area made it all the way to the national bee. >> studying like
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suffixes, root words from different languages from latin, greek, stuff like that. i know i can't study efr one. >> i went to a bilingual school and that helps. >> i spent more times going through lists spelling roots because last year i fell short of definitions. >> you study that. >> you have to. you have to study the roots. >> we're told the words will be even tougher than past years so the bee doesn't end in another tie. >> to give you an idea just how hard this competition can be. we want to show you some of the words our local students were given this year. licentious which means lacking legal or moral restraints. >> that one i've actually heard of. valetudinary. never heard of this. it refers to people who are weak or sickly. >> and idiolect, that refers to a particular language or speech pattern. how do you pronounce
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>> pronounced like idiot. if you don't know how to pronounce it, that's what you are. >> i've never heard it. idiolect. >> good luck to all of you spellers. >> i'll take math for 200 please. >> outside, the storms are coming to a quick end. sun is up, 5:46 was the sunrise. completed the books on may. may 2016 two degrees colder than average. had quite the rainfall surplus. this may we were half a degree colder than average and had a pretty significant rainfall surplus for the month of may. keep in mind that it is officially summer, june on average june is 9 degrees warmer than may. the heat will move in before you know it.
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the northwest. 50s and 60s as you step outside this morning. we were tracking a couple of lonesome rain drops. those are all dried up now. i think we'll be dry from this point forward for the remainder of the day. warm and breezy. sunny and nice. saturday dry for most. any tiny rain chance on saturday seems to be focused on the shenandoah valley. i don't think i-95 has to worry about that. sunday a risk of thunderstorms coming back after 3:00, 4:00. 50s in the suburbs, low 60s in town. all sunshine tomorrow. if you're like me, you're thinking, gosh, what if i'm going to the beach. fry, saturday, sunday, all great weather. just keep in mind, the ocean still chilly. 64 degrees for the temp. there's our five-day forecast. rain chances late sunday on into
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and see how traffic is doing. >> northbound 295 at suitland parkway, crash there. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, no big complaints there. 270 northbound/southbound looking fine. rockville, you don't have any big issue there. in bound 4 between woodyard road and dower house, still have the disabled vehicle. as far as travel times, 270 south looks okay. 66 in bound and 95 northbound in virginia, both of them a little slow for this time of the day. be sure to listen to wtop 103.5 when you hop in the car today. >> a water park will reopen this weekend. last saturday a 10-year-old boy flew off one of its water slides in a
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state inspectors found 17 safety issues with the slide they said were fixed. they are yet to determine what exactly caused the incident. graduation day spent on the subway. why a college student was forced to spend his big day underground. >> have you had anything to drinks tonight? >> i've had nothing. >> video of tiger woods dui
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the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
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you're watching "news 4 today." how about that
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you've got to love it. mitchell elementary in charles county holds a parade of success. all the students show up to cheer for la plada graduates. they get high fives. love it. one thing that makes it so special, not too long the students will get their own parade. you see the whole cycle of success. >> beautiful. >> makes me so sad because the kids grow up so fast. >> your boys will be driving -- >> i can't. don't talk to me about it. i can't think about it. here's a question. what would you do if you were on metro headed to your graduation ceremony and you got stuck? >> oh, no. >> it happened to a nursing graduate in new york. he completely missed his graduation. he says he forgives the subway system. >> i'll forgive them this one time. just me. i think everyone else on the train was really, really mad. >> but my master's degree. >> so a friend actually gave him a virtual diploma, if you will. you can see it right here.
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job. your a a nurse now maybe. >> i guess he didn't go -- he has to receive the diploma. >> they'll mail it to him. >> congratulations to you. good for you for being a good sport about it. >> absolutely. 6:26 right now. passenger takedown. a midair bomb scare. the action taken to contain a man trying to get into a cockpit and why this is not considered a terror threat. plus, nightclub attack. the police body footage was released and why it was so difficult to take down the gunman. >> chopper 4 arriving over the scene of a murder in maryland. new details after this.
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"news 4 today" begins with breaking news. that breaking news, two people are dead in ana rundle county. >> that's after an early morning shooting. molette, what do we know? >> reporter: chopper 4 arrived on scene there. this
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take a look at these live images as the chopper pulls out. you can see the police tape over a large section of the area out there. you can see anne arundle county detectives on the scene on the ground there. there also is tape extending into the trees in that community. here's what we can tell you. around 12:30 last night or this morning police got a call about shots fired in this area of scott town road and nick road. when they arrived they found a man and woman dead from apparent gunshot wounds. now police saying there is no threat to the community. we are staying on top of this story and we'll continue to follow this throughout the day. of course, updates inside our nbc washington app. later today on news 4. if we get anything new, we'll bring it right to you from the live desk. eun, back to you. >> molette, thanks so much. >>go
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we want to show you this gorgeous picture of the sun up over the nation's capitol. so pretty? >> nice way to welcome the month of june. >> go ahead. >> go ahead. >> we have team coverage to help you get out the door this morning. >> we begin sheena parveen and chuck bell. >> good morning. beautiful day. clouds overhead this morning. that's the cold front going on by and say good-bye to rain chances for a while. >> the humidity you'll notice will be much nicer as we go through the afternoon. 63 degrees. you see the clouds in the picture. that is what we're watching as part of the cold front. call that a dry cold front since we don't see any rain with it. 7:00 a.m., areas early this morning, a little bit of fog. not a big deal. by noon, sunny skies, 78 degrees. humidity going down. going to be warm this afternoon and it's going to stay nice and dry. there is that cold front making its way through. not much in the way of rain. a few showers that kind of died
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cloud cover to clear and plenty of sub shine. nice and perfect as we go into the weekend. looks much better for the beach forecast. we'll take a look at your weekend forecast coming up in a bit. let's head over to melissa mollet. >> northbound 295 at suitland parkway, that is cleared out of the way. much better than it was. in bound 250 approaching 295, a bit slow here this morning. right now the beltway is looking good. inner loop and outer loop, no major delays or issues to tell you about. taking a look at 66, fairfax county parkway, a little bit slow. 35 miles per hour. will take you 16 minutes instead of 10 here this morning. when you look at 95 in virginia, two slow spots still hanging around. one as you're approaching quantico, the other as you're approaching woodridge. travel times all over the place. that issue here on suitland parkway. melissa, thank you.
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stories we are working for you on this hour. from a noose found at a smithsonian museum to a stabbing on the campus of howard university. >> we're working with you with tools to help parents during a dangerous time for teens. a discovery of a noose. this happened at the national museum of african-american history and culture. tourists found the noose inside the museum's display on segregation. the exam would not say whether security cameras were pointed where the noose was left. the fbi is investigating a crime that happened during a solemn ceremony on memorial day. the man you're about to see on the screen engaged in illicit sexual contact with a minor during the wreath laying ceremony on monday morning. the man and victim were among a large crowd. they're working to identify the man you see here. if you have any information, call the police. president trump will announce a much
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decision today. he is expected to decide whether to keep the u.s. in the paris climate agreement. sources say he is leaning towards withdrawing from the deal that cuts greenhouse gas emissions. let's go back to molette green with a developing story out of d.c. molette? >> police are searching for a man who stabbed a suspect on howard university's campus. this happened overnight on the 500 block on w street. that is near the louis stoke library. they found the victim conscious and breathing. we'll stay on top of the developments. back to you, aaron. >> 6:34. his family says he's innocent, but a young father from loudoun county is headed to prison for the death of his baby daughter. he will spend 13 years in prison for the death of paradise devin. she was born as a premie and died before her first birthday. the father told police he dropped the baby on the floor and she l
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bottle. the father tried to help but the baby died at the hospital. the prosecutors say the drop alone would not have caused the severe injuries. for a lot of parents, whenever your kids get behind the wheel you worry. summertime is no exception. >> in fact, aaa says we are at the start of the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers. news 4's megan mcgrath is standing by with some apps that can help you keep tabs on your teen behind the wheel, megan? >> reporter: that's right. there are some great tools out there. many teenagers, they can't wait to get behind the wheel. all of the freedom and independence that comes with driving, but as soon as they leave your driveway, there's a lot that can happen. for parents it can be absolutely terrifying. now is the time to talk to your children. there are great tools out there, great apps. all you need to do is reach for your phone and there are things you can do to help keep your teenager safe. take ak
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drive safely. that's an app that reads allowed the texts and e-mails that come when you are driving so you don't have to look down at the phone while you're driving and get distracted or be tempted to do that. there's also something called cana canary. that monitors your teen's driving behavior. if your teen is speeding, you'll get an alert, you'll be told about it. another app is called automatic. if a teen is in an accident a call taker stays on the phone with your teenager until helps arrives. that skb reassuring if an accident does happen. aaa says young drivers, kids 16 to 17, those new drivers, they are three times more likely to get into a fatal accident than adults and this is the most dangerous time of the year. memorial day to labor day. so very tough time for parents and a dangerous time for the teen driver. re
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you to talk to your kids. those apps, we have information on those useful apps on our app, nbc4dc. take a look there and you can see if any of them will work for you. >> megan mcgrath live in upper northwest. thanks. tiger's trouble. the dash cam video. the video that could make all the difference in his dui case. trump hotel security scare. the tip that led to the arrest and security scare that caused even more concern. we're in the 50s and 60s right now. it is going to be a fantastic am summer. welcome to summer in d.c. low humidity
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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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takedown at pulse nightclub. what we can learn from new body camera videos just released. russian meddling. an exclusive with megyn kelly from st. petersburg. asleep at the wheel. a look at the night tiger woods was arrested. that story in just 30 seconds. and now your storm team 4 forecast. >> after another day with thunderstorms yesterday, there's beautiful melissa mollet there. >> fixing her hair. >> trying to get in on the weather time. shame on you, melissa. rain chances drying up for the next couple of days. next chance we have of seeing a significant chance of rain anyway comes up late in the day on sunday. most of your weekend plans, melissa, will not be interrupted by rain. >> do you want to do the traffic? >> sure. 50 westbound at kenil worth avenue. one other issue, northbound 29 before waples
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slowdowns on 95. travel times coming up. >> thank you, melissa. have you had anything to drink tonight? >> i have not. >> are you sure? >> yes. >> 100%? >> 100%. >> have you taken any illegal drugs? >> no. >> have you taken any medications? >> yes. >> this is video of tiger woods being questioned by a florida police officer as he was being arrested for driving under the influence. take a look. you also see him failing a field sobriety test. police in jupiter, florida, say woods was asleep at the wheel when they found him monday morning. >> they released new photos of his mercedes with a flat tire and gash down to the rim. he didn't have any alcohol in his system and had an unexpected reaction to the 34ed case. >> he told police about four medications he took including vikcodin vicodin. >> a
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bomb. the actions they took and the takedown. >> a security breach. the discount chain that is putting its customers on notice. >> reporter: the national museum of african-american history and culture now trying to track down who left a noose hanging inside the museum yesterday. i'm justin finch and coming up live, rction from the museum'eas vo: delivering cleaner, reliable energy... creating jobs for our veterans... helping those in need save money on their energy bills. it takes 16,000 dominion energy employees doing the job. and now, dominion energy is investing $15 billion to build and upgrade our electric and natural gas infrastructure... creating jobs now and for the future.
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disturbing discovery. >> closed it down right away. >> a noose at a smithsonian museum that celebrates black history. >> to find out something like that happens, it's mind blowing. come to me. come to me. come to me. hands up. hands up. >> hands up. >> nightclub massacre. a new look at how officers responded to the deadliest mass killing in american history. scare in the air. a man charging the cockpit. passengers made good use of their seat belts in a mid flight takedown. trump hotel arrest. a guest checked in but was hauled away by police. it was what they found outside that had everyone on edge. we have breaking news right now at 6:46. chopper 4 is over the scene in shadyside, maryland. this is in anne arundle county. around 12:30 police received a call about shots fired in the area of scott
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road. when they arrived they found a man and a woman dead from apparent gunshot wounds. police say there is no threat to the community right now. we're going to sound out an alert on the nbc washington app when we get an update on the situation. all exhibits will be open today inside the national museum of african-american history and culture. a noose was found inside one of the exhibits yesterday. >> this act is considered especially hateful when you consider more than 4700 african-americans were lynched in this country during the 18, 1900s. news 4's justin finch is live outside the museum with more on this. justin? >> reporter: aaron, many questions will be asked today by the smithsonian and also u.s. park police after the disturbing find here yesterday. the museum is now telling us that visitors inside found that noose happening
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permanent exhibit on segregation. they called in police to remove the noose and investigate. that took some three hours or so we are now told, and at this point this is a very especially sinking sight to have found here at the national american african-american museum. nevertheless, museum's deputy director says this will not be a distraction. >> we don't let acts of cowardess like this deter us. we are, if anything, even more vigilant and even more determined to tell this important story. >> now no word at this time . ught the person who did this in the act yesterday. the museum is now assuring all of its goetzs that come in today and in the future that their building is safe
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>> justin finch, thank you, justin. it is 6:49. 49 people died at a shooting in a night club a year ago. we're getting new images that some of you may find disturbing. molette green is joining us. >> reporter: that's right. in this video you will see orlando police pointing guns at people demanding they put their hands up. >> put your hands up. this way, this way, this way. >> just go. just go. >> reporter: these were the first moments when officers arrived at the pulse nightclub. no one knows how this started or why. it's not clear where the gunman is or looked like. we later found out omar mateen killed all people. you can hear some people too a fraed to leave and they're trying to help survivors and
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"orlando sentinel." mateen died in the shootout with orlando police. still the deadliest mass shooting by a single shooter in u.s. history. 6:50. a terrifying situation was diverted last night thanks to some brave passengers on a flight from melbourne to malaysia. new cell phone video shows the moments airport security stormed the plane to arrest the man police say shouted he had a bomb and went towards the cockpit. witnesses said passengers and crew tackled the man and tied him up with seat belts until the flight landed. police said the incident was not terrorism related. >> a man who d.c. police found with a pistol, assault rifle and 90 rounds of ammunition in his car at the trump hotel will face weapons charges today. they say brian moles checked into the hotel on wednesday. the emergency room doctor from pennsylvania told the parking attendant he had guns in his car. officials gave
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information about where he came from. moles will face charges for possessing unregistered firearms. russian president vladimir putin said russia has never been involved in hacking. he just made those comments at a meeting with news organizations. >> his country has been under increased scrutiny by the u.s. for meddling in the -- megyn kelly has a preview of her exclusive. >> reporter: good morning from st. petersburg. we are here to moderate the st. petersburg economic forum. it features world leaders where i'll have the chance to question vladimir putin about the fact of russian interfering in the u.s. election. we had a chance to talk about russian people about their views on america and those allegations and their reactions may surprise you. we'll have m
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todd. i'm megyn kelly for nbc from st. petersburg. let's check in with melissa mollet. >> 50 westbound had that crash reported there. sounds like it's in the left lane. police activity there. 66 looks okay in bound. 95 in virginia. northbound near quantico, woodridge, two different slow spots there. in prince george's county, overall we look pretty normal. we do have this situation in bound 4 between woodyard road and dower house. top of the beltway looking pretty typical there into town and out of town. 270 at middlebrook road. no problem there. taking a look at those travel times, 270 south germantown to the spur, 40 miles per hour. top of the beltway, 40 miles per hour. 66 in
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going 35 or so. remember to listen to wtop 105 f.m. when you hop in your car. >> good morning, sheena. >> good morning, melissa. beautiful beauty of a day for your thursday. tomorrow looks good, too. the weekend looks better now. yesterday we had a rain chance and for saturday looks much dryer. next rain chance very late sunday into monday. weekend looks good especially if you're heading to the beach. 63 in the district, dulles, quantico. feels comfortably cool. maybe seeing some clouds archtd. we don't expect to move through. if you're walking the dog, we have gina here. she needs a home. you can head to their website. by noon today, 78 degrees. by 6:00 p.m., 82. and nice and sunny. here's your weekend looking
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low 80s saturday staying nice and dry. today is june 1st. that is the official start of hurricane season. chuck bell standing by with a look at what we may be able to expect. >> yes, indeed. hurricane season. they think it's going to be a slightly above average season for the number of named storms. how many might we expect? this is video from hurricane isabel which came right into the chesapeake bay in 2004. a lot of rain here. still the high water mark in places like annapolis and habinigrace. it had an 8 to 10 foot storm surge. we are not immune to the effects of a hurricane. the forecast, about 11 to 17 named storms, 5-9 hurricanes. 2-4 hurricanes in the major category. three or higher. as a general rule, we don't have to worry too much about hurricane strikes until we get later on in the summer. highestis
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we have had some in june. june of 1972. hurricane agnes brought tremendous flooding. we'll be keeping an eye on the tropics all season long. >> you can download the nbc washington app. you can have all of the information at your fingertips. hurricane preparedness on the website as well. as we go into the weekend, take a look at the temperatures into the 80s. next rain chance on sunday is looking really good. good morning, i'm will fred frost at cnbc headquarters. sears says some customers who shopped at k-mart may be the victims of a data breach. the retailer isn't saying how many credit cards were compromised. there's no evidence the people who bought item at k-mart or sears.com were affected. i'm wilfred frost. it is 6:55. here are 4 things to know this morning. all exhibits will be open today inside the national museum of ri
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culture. a neoose was found in the exhibt on african-american history. we will post breaking news through the nchg washington app as well about an apparent double killing in ann arundle county. two people found shot to death. the victims were a mail and female. today the man arrested at trump hotel will be in court. echs found with a pistol, an assault rifle and 90 rounds of ammunition. look for new information on the nbc washington app. we are working to learn the condition of a man stabbed on campus at howard university. d.c. police say someone attacked the man near the lewis stokes library overnight. overall pretty nice commute. no major issues to tell you about. 50 as you're approaching kenilworth, crash in the left lane. rest of b
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210 through prince george's county, in bound. near livingston road, a little slow there. new month, new season, new everything in the weather department. sunny and nice and dry. low humidity the next couple of days. next real chance to affect your plans is late on sunday. >> same chuck. >> same old me. >> that's the way we like it. >> new tie anyway. >> that is the broadcast this morning. >> the "today" show is next. we'll see you in 25 minutes. enjoy your day. >> make it a great thursday, everybody. at perdue, we take some unexpected extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. like putting oregano in their water. it has natural antioxidants and we don't have to use antibiotics in their diet. perdue. over 200 products no antibiotics ever.
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