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right now we're following a developing story out of anne arundel county. a man and woman were shot to death. what was heard ahead of that discovery. i'm hearing from a lot of people both ways. >> in just a matter of hours, we will hear president trump's decision on whether to keep the united states in the climate change. we'll look at today's forecast. warm temperatures ahead and changes as we look at the weekend.
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that's coming up. good morning, everyone. i'm molette green. >> a man and woman were killed early this morning in anne arundel county. megan mcgrath is live there in shady side. >> reporter: murders here are quite rare. early this morning, a man and woman were found shot to death about halfway down this tree-lined road here. this is a dead end street. the 911 call about the gunshots, that was the second time that the police were called to scott town road that night. >> right here. it was crazy. >> reporter: elizabeth says late last night
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this ditch in shady side. her daughters snapped this photo. they heard an argument. >> it was man and woman and she was saying, you're not my boyfriend. >> reporter: the two women say the police came and went and a while later there were gunshots. >> the next thing i knew, there was a gunshot that went off and then one and then two and then another one. >> reporter: a man and a woman were found shot to death just down the street from where that car got stuck. police are trying to figure out if it's a coincidence or a connection. the victims in the shooting were found lying on the ground. both are adults but it's unclear what their relationship is to each other or the neighborhood. robert joyce's sister lives here. he says there's a lot of unexplained activity on scott road. >> it's a dead end street but a lot of people that come on here don't live down here. >> reporter: and
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to search the area. they've been going through the high grass and into the tree line were the bodies were found trying to develop leads. the two victims who were shot to death, we don't know their names. they are trying to notify next of kin and the murderer is still on the loose. back to you in the studio. >> megan, thank you. a lot of questions out there. chopper 4 captured a unique scene in potomac as an suv crashed into someone's home. damage to the house was isolated to the bricks near the garage and, fortunately, we know that no one was hurt. still no word on what caused the crash. it's not clear what could happen if d.c. sniper malvo is tried again. he was never prosecuted for a killing in 2002. he's
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life sentences for other shootings during that killing spree. but because a judge ruled he needs to be resentenced, things are getting complicated. it's even possible that prosecutors could now ask for the death penalty. a man was stabbed on the howard university campus this morning. we're trying to find out his condition. d.c. police say someone stabbed the man near the library. all we know is the man was awake and breathing when he was taken to the hospital. national museum of african-american history & culture was the scene of a noose this morning. it's being called a cowardly act. this is how officials are ensuring visitors that the museum is still safe to go. >> reporter:
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into this case after a disturbing crime was made here at the museum just yesterday. officials telling us that visitors found that noose hanging in a permanent exhibit of segregation yesterday afternoon. they have been trying to clear that area and calling in u.s. park police who removed that noose and begin their investigation. this shut down the museum for close to three hours, we're told. the sight of the noose is shocking here given that the noose itself is a sign of hatred against african-americans. nevertheless, deputy directors are now saying it won't be a distraction here. >> we don't let acts of cowardice deter us. if anything, even more vigilant and even more determined to tell this
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>> reporter: and what remains unclear at this time is surveillence photos may have caught who did this. back to you. >> justin, thank you. happening today, neighbors in the district have a chance at making their homes a little safer. mayor muriel bowser is launching a new program for those who want security but can't afford it. you either have to rent or own property in the district and receive public assistance from one of five specific programs. mayor bowser was expected to make this announcement yesterday but it was delayed a day. time to get our first look at our weather. sunny skies to talk about, right? >> yes. >> we've seen it be sunny. we all want to know if it's rain-free the rest of the day.
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we've had severe storms and that's not the case today. in fact, yes, today is june 1st and the start of hurricane season. so i'll show you the numbers that are expected as we go into the season coming up in just a bit. currently, around 80 degrees. it's warming up fast outside. calm winds and plenty of sunshine. really that's the way it will stay for the rest of the day today. if you're dining out lunchtime, 81. not as humid as it was. we have a cold front that moved through. still warm and dinnertime we're still very warm around the low 80s and nice and dry. going into the weekend, we have improvements for your weekend forecast. we'll take a look at that and beach weather coming up in a bit. >> sounds good. thanks, sheena. today a man is going to court on weapons charges after he was found in the trump hotel with a pistol assault rifle and 90 rounds of ammo. bryan moles checked into the
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said he had guns in his car. d.c. police chief says arresting him diverted a potential disaster. but he was interviewed and he said he only wanted to stay in the hotel to show his support for president trump and posed no immediate threat. moles is an emergency room doctor from pennsylvania who will be in court this afternoon. the eyes of the world are going to be on the white house today. >> that's because president trump will announce his decision on whether to stay in the paris climate deal. news4's tracie potts has the details. >> reporter: midafternoon today, president trump will announce whether he'll stick with or abandon the paris climate deal. nearly 200 countries agreed to reduce toxic emissions. president trump calls it a hoax and a job killer. >> i'm hearing from a lot of people both ways. >> reporter: including his daughter ivanka, she's for it. so are more than two dozen major
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his chief strategist steve bannon is against it. supporters say pulling out is a bad idea. >> it's disastrous. every other country in the world, i think except for syria and nicaragua signed on to this. >> reporter: on russia, the house intelligence committee approved seven subpoenas including one for michael flynn and the president's personal attorney mike cohen. former fbi director james comey got the all-clear to testify in public, likely next week. >> he'll probably be quite forthcoming. obviously not to the point where he'll reveal classified information but certainly could say some politically uncomfortable things. >> reporter: like whether president trump pressured him to back off on the investigation. lawmakers deciding whether to believe president trump or the man he fired. the all-clear for that testimony me
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counsel at the fbi, robert mueller. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. the state department is denying a report that the trump administration is thinking about giving back two diplomatic compounds to russia. this is one on maryland's eastern shore and the other is in new york. the compounds were shut down by barack obama last year for punishment for interference in the presidential election. yesterday, clinton took a few swipes at the president during a conference in california. she claims some people in the u.s. must have helped the russians weaponize information to use against her. the president reacted and called her "crooked hillary clinton" and then hillary tweeted, "people in covfefe houses shouldn't throw
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we have video from the deadliest mass shooting in american history. police's body cameras and what we're learning. a man is wanted by the fbi for assaulting a young girl
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welcome back at 11:15 now. it's been a year since the deadliest mass shooting in american history. >> yeah, and now we're getting new images of the chaos at the pulse nightclub from the night that omar mateen killed 49 people in orlando. we wand to warn you, some of this video may be disturbing. >> nbc's gabe gutierrez shows us what happened from the first responder's point of view. >> reporter: the dramatic video is posted online by the orlando sentinal showing the massive response through the eyes of police officers. a barrage of gunfire as police sweep the building. one officer yelling commands to the gunman, omar mateen, who had taken survivors hostage. >> let me see your hands! >> reporter: after a three-hour standoff, mateen was killed
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police. this video offers the most complete pictures yet of what happened during the deadliest mass shooting in american history. 49 people losing their lives. >> i got no pulse. >> reporter: officers are seen going into the club through a shattered window and taking coverage behind a bar. one person is found hiding in a shed. the man quickly emerging with his hands up. >> come to me. come to me. >> reporter: outside, people rush to safety as police try to clear the street. >> go all the way down. keep going. >> reporter: officers assist a wounded officer whose helmet stopped a bullet. the gunman had pledged allegiance to isis. >> pledging something to isis. >> reporter: a horrifying scene affecting not only toes in the club but first responders as well. orlandos police chief opening up to nbc news last year. >> some are taking it tougher than
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prepare for something that they saw that night. >> and we just want to add a bit to gabe's reporting. initially there was some criticism by some people in the community that the police chief has always defended the decision to hold off the s.w.a.t. officers and not have them immediately storm the room where that gunman was holed up. the fbi is investigating a disturbing crime that happened during a solemn ceremony at arlington national cemetery on memorial day. the man you see on your 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. the fbi is working to identify the man. if you have any information, call the police. it is a familiar sight for commuters on i-95 who may want to avoid the area around dale city. crews will be working on the
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bridge this weekend after a hole opened up on the bridge last april. this will give you an idea of where the problem is. it's not all that far from potomac mills mall. this work could cause ex ten delays in both directions. it will last through monday morning. getting a license in the district may soon mean you're automatically registered to et v vote. this is included in a spending measure that needs final approval by the d.c. council. if a driver does not want to become a registered voter, he or she will have the option to opt out of this automatic registration system. the obamas won't be paying rent on their neighborhood home anymore. news4 confirms the former first couple bought the house for $8.1 million. they had been renting it from nfl executive and former president clinton's press
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secretary jill lockhart. they will stay in washington until at least their daughter sasha finishes high school which is about two years away. and if you're driving through the city of fairfax, you want to keep an eye out for two red light cameras. starting today, police are turning the cameras on and giving warnings for the next 30 days. they installed the cameras at fairfax boulevard and germantown road as well as main street and woodland drive. fines will begin july 1st. shoppers were so angry that they had to start paying for parking, it sparked a lawsuit and after months of outrage, reston is rolling back the parking fees. >> but some say it's too little too late. meagan fitzgerald talks about why it will reinstate limited free parking. >> the app isn't
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complicated parking payment app coupled with an add cost of $2 an hour. >> i'm a college student. >> reporter: it's caused businesses around reston town center to slow down. >> i am more inclined not to come because i do have to pay for parking. >> i think it's not right. you know, i understand why because we tell people we'll go to fairfax counsty or tyson whee it's free. >> reporter: business owners around hearsre say it's been affecting their bottom line. >> our traffic has dekrascrease because of it. >> reporter: the behavior has been looked at and they say, "one hour of free parking and free parking after 5:00 p.m.
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concerns expressed by the community" which has yet to be seen since the new policy don't go into effect until june 5th. but many businesses say they are counting on it. >> most people's lives are built off of this so it sucks. meagan fitzgerald reporting there. the parking rules take effect monday. today is the start of a hurricane season. you'll hear the predictions ahead. and the spelling bee is under way. have you heard some of these words? they are really tough. the latest on the increased difficulty and how our local narrator: "the time is always right to do what is right. ralph northam. army doctor during the gulf war. volunteer director of a pediatric hospice.
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taurants, stopped the transvaginal ultrasound anti-choice law, and stood up to the nra. as lieutenant governor, dr. northam is fighting to expand access to affordable healthcare. ralph northam believes in making progress every day. and he won't let donald trump stop us.
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a dublin, california, water park will be opened this weekend following a heart-dropping incident on saturday. a 10-year-old little boy flew off the three-story water slide and slid across the concrete. he walked away without any serious injuries. the slide will remain closed along with the adjacent slide while investigators investigate the safety. it only takes one storm to do a lot of damage, and that's the lesson many of us learned during hurricane isabel back in 2003 when we saw record flooding across our area. amazing. >> yeah. and it took days to dry out. and since today is the official start of hurricane season, we take it as our yearly reminder to get prepared just in case we see something like this
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the national oceanic administration is calling for an average to above average hurricane. >> hopefully not the latter. >> we just have to keep an eye on things. >> of course, you want the nbc washington app and make sure what is going on and we'll update you. links to hurricane preparedness on our web sisite as well. it's really shaping up to be a nice day. i think you're going to like the weekend forecast. it's going to be really nice, too. a beauty of a day today. temperatures are warming to around 80 degrees. the weekend is looking better. so that's great news. i'll have your beach forecast in a bit, too, if that's where you're heading. today starts hurricane season from june 1st to november 30th. a little above normally this year. 80 degrees in the district. 75 in gaithersburg and 78 in manassas. we havhi
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moving through. it's going to help dry us up. it's going to be warm today. the high pressure hangs around as we go into the weekend. if you're walking the dog, good weather for that. this is gina from the hugh mama rescue alliance. sunny and nice and dry and the in 80s at 4:00. here's your hurricane season outlook. it's a slightly above average hurricane season. 11 to 17 named storms and of those we could see 5 to 9 hurricanes and of those 2 to 4 major hurricanes with a category of 2 through 5. june is typically a slower month. hopefully it stays that way. for the eastern seaboard, we look at august, september and october along our shores. we'll watch it very closely. today, tomorrow and saturday it
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best storm chance comes later in the day on sunday and into monday. coming up, a look at the forecast straight ahead. >> nice to see that sunshine. thanks, sheena. it started with thousands of students across the country and today we find out who is the best speller at the scripps spelling bee. there are 39 top sellers. scripps made the words even harder this year so it doesn't end in yet another tie. >> that's what you do, just make them hard. >> make them harder. parents, listen up. there are some things that you can do right now to reduce your teen's risk behind the wheel. >> yeah. coming up, the results of a new study and the changes that could save a young driver's life. and takata's airbag recall has affected millions of people and airbags are being recycled. >> why it's happening and
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students are counting the days until school is out. >> officials say now until labor day is the deadliest time period for
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hoda kotbe breaks down what you can do to make it a safer summer. >> reporter: you hope your teen is a responsible driver. but this dash cam video shows what really can go on. their eyes down, texting on phones, distracted by other passengers. swerving off the road and narrowly avoiding a crash. >> what we know about teens, they are not only a danger to themselves but those on the road. the vast majority of those killed is someone other than the teen. >> reporter: the average number of deadly teen crashes goes up 15% in the summer. the common factors, speeding, not wearing a seat belt and distracted driving. >> we actually looked at was causing this distraction and passengers was the number one culprit followed by an interaction with your
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really up to parents to make the difference. talk to your teen about obeying speed limits and staying focused on the road, even hands-free phone use can be distracting. tell them to turn their phones off. and as assaults, make sure you model good behavior, too. >> it's really important that parents set a good example behind the wheel. >> aaa says don't call or text your teen while on the road. instead, have them message you once they leave and get to their destination. there's an intense search going on right now in wisconsin where a corn mill blew up and left multiple people missing. 16 employees were working overnight at the time of the explosion. one of them was killed. several others have been injured and two others are still unaccounted for. the red cross is trying to help everyone affected by the blast into new legal action could release evidence connected to one of our
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high-profile murder cases. "the washington post" reports a group headed by lobbyists and lawyer jack burkman filed a lawsuit yesterday. they want access to surveillance video, to the medical examiner's report in the death of seth rich. rich was killed in july walking home in the district's bloomingdale neighborhood. police believe the murder was part of a random robbery murder but the man at the center of the first season of the serial podcast will be back in court next week. the maryland court of special appeals hears arguments june 8th about whether syed should get a new trial. he was found guilty in 2000 of killing his high school girlfriend in baltimore. he was sentenced to life in prison. scammers have been conning people with fake money for movie shoots and just struck againn
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fredericksburg. take a look at these two people caught on surville laneillance . the man asked for change for $100 bill, gave the cashier fake movie bill. call police if you happen to recognize either of these two people. you know, this incident is the second time fake movie money with this kind of a scam was used. last week, a man gave a student $450 in movie money for your iphone. this story, it turns out, has a happy ending. a good samaritan stepped forward and gave that student the 450 bucks she lost. police don't know if this case and the one in wawa are related. you hope that the airbags will protect you. some airbags have been recalled because they can actually shoot out pieces of metal when they deploy but your car isn't on the recall
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right? maybe not. nbc's bob hansen explains. >> reporter: there's no question, airbags have saved thousands of people on the road when deployed in an accident. it helps protect a driver from hitting the dashboard or, worse, hitting the windshield. but the folks at carfax say some cars may have been repaired using recycled airbag coming from junkyards where they are sold at a discount. but some could be coming from cars on a recall list whose airbags should have been replaced. about 750,000 airbags have to be replaced every year. but how do you know if they are new or recycled? you should ask where the airbag came from and see if this junkyard car was on the recall list. have your mechanic inspect it and determine the source of replacement. insist
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made, serviced and sold by the car's original manufacturer. that's especially true with your airbag. you may have to make that demand with your mechanic and insurance company. and finally, if you're buying a used car that you suspect has been in an accident, make sure you check the car's history and get a prepurchase inspection by a mechanic. >> now, in some cases, the mechanic has no idea that the airbag came from a recalled car. that's why you insist on knowing the history of the used or recycled airbag and know where it came from. have you had anything to drink tonight? >> i have not. >> are you sure? >> yes. >> 100%? >> yes. >> have you taken any illegal drugs? >> this is a police officer questioning tiger woods as he was getting arrested for driving under the influence. you also see him failing a field sobriety test. officers say woods was asleep at the wheel when they found him monday morning.
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the mercedes. now, woods did not have any alcohol in his system and he says it was an unexpected reaction to four prescription medications he was taking, including vicodin. he's going to have to go to court next month. better less invasive and fewer side effects. those are potential benefits to lasik eye surgery. dr. john torres has the details on the procedure just approved in the u.s. >> reporter: in suburban cleveland, this 44-year-old woman has struggled with contacts and glasses for most of her life. >> i feel like my glasses restrict me from doing things, just simple, normal every day tasks. >> reporter: her doctor recommended a new laser procedure called smile approved only a few months ago in the united states. dr. ronald kruger from the cleveland clinic says for some patients, it's more
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than lasik. >> what's the difference between the two? >> i often say that smile is a lap pro-sk laparoscopic lasik. >> reporter: within hours, patients can see better. noel was able to go back to the work the next day. fewer patients report dry eye, which was key for noel, which already has that problem. >> because it's less invasive, it doesn't dry your eyes out as much. >> reporter: the procedure is fda approved for people who are nearsighted and don't have a stig stigmatism. it costs about $5,000 for both eyes and it's not covered by insurance. for tina noel, it was a good investment. >> driving is so much clear, the sky seems bluer and the grass seems greener. >> reporter: freedom from
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technique to see life more clearly. dr. john torres, nbc news, cleveland. >> always something new coming out. all right. bobblehead artwork. this is during the nationals game. a lot of folks are asking, is that wet, cool weather going to continue into june? sh
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ryan is going to go deep to left. >> the nationals have pretty good players. ryan zimmerman gave them the eighth win in ten games without harper who is serving the three-game suspensionor
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pitcher. >> some people are having fun with this whole situation. a man in northern virginia has a lot of bobble heads. he makes houses for them. so he pulled some stuff together and recreated the brawl. harper's helmet is on the ground there. can you see it? >> i see it. it looks pretty cool. >> is it just me or is the strangest thing about this story the fact that he makes houses for the bobbleheads? >> it's an interesting twist. >> i want to see that. how big are they? >> that's what i'm wondering. i've got to tell you, just look behind us. light clouds, blue sky. >> and now we're at the start of hurricane season. june is usually quiet but today is the way we want to welcome ju
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not much with it. what it's doing is lowering our humidity a little bit. 80 degrees in the district. it's going to be a warm day and very nice sunny skies. over the next few days, the weather looks fantastic. nice and clear over the area. we don't have any rain. over the past few days, we've been talking about afternoon thunderstorms. not today. it's going to be nice and dry. you don't have to worry about dodging the rain. 4:00 p.m., short sleeves and 85. 7:00 p.m., we're still warm. low 80s but less humid. here's the beach forecast. if you're he had haddiading to friday and saturday and sunday, sunny and dry. the forecast is improving for the weekend. sunday, slight chance of showers later in the day. beach forecast, mid-70s on friday and saturday.
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sunday, late chance of rain. ocean city, very similar. dry on friday and saturday and mid-70s. down in virginia beach, temperatures the warmest. late chance as we go into sunday night for rain. that carries into monday and temperatures next week drop into the 70s. but i think the weekend looks pretty good. >> oh, it does look good, i tell you. certainly waiting for a nice weekend. >> we deserve it. >> yes. some gyms are making it easier for you to work out when you're away from home but a few are going a step further. >> and we'll explain that. also coming up, pairing food with your favorite beers. the key to the best food and
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a room with a view used to be what hotel guests asked for. but today it's not what is outside but what's inside your room that counts. susan hogan shows us why. >> think about it. when you're traveling to a hotel, you have two choices. work out in the hotel gym or don't work out at all. one major hotel chain says it is listening to its guests. they wanted a better option and now they are getting it. check this out. h literally, you roll out of bed and five feet away there
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fully equipped gym. it's a normal size of room. there are yoga mats and you have to sh to shell out an extra $45 a night. >> you don't have to worry about hair, makeup, brushing your teeth. you can workout in your pajamas. the convenience factor is so important. >> other hotels are jumping on the fitness bandwagon. the fairmont is offering apparel and yoga mats and sneakers. affinia is offering bikes and helmets and kits with fitness gear. and there will be in-room fitness equipment for guests who do request it. hotels say they are not having
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concept. well, there's an event in d.c. tomorrow that will bring a smile to the face of foodies and food lovers. it's the tenth anniversary. >> here with more, chef adam dooley. thank you for joining us. before we get into the nice selection that you have here, what is this? >> it's a great event over two months where we bring in breweries from 31 states and they bring in two beers. sometimes you have a beer that you're familiar with but many times it's a special release or something that is not even in the d.c. market. we take it a step further and pair it to a dish. that way, anyone who comes in to savor can find a beer they want and a few dishes they like. >> red wine with
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white wine with fish. but are there any rules to beer? >> there are, absolutely. there's a lot of guidelines out there. one of them that's pretty easy is to match the intense with the food. something lighter with food that is light. all of them have carbonation and then you can work in the sweets to the malts and the easiest way to work it is find something you like. if you like it crisp and clean, look for those same flavors in a beer and you'll find that in a belgian. >> if you're a big seafood eater, you like fish or shellfish, what would you recommend here? >> if you're going for that and you're looking for white wine, the gateway thing to get people into it, the things that you
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hoppy beer in portland, maine. this has a little bit of salt and lime in it. all of these beers, when you talk about them, can share qualities that somebody who used to drink wine is very familiar with. >> a lot of my friends have really started to get into the craft beers. do you think this trend is really going to pick up and continue? >> right now, there are 5400 breweries in the u.s. there's over 10,000 wineries in the u.s. there's room for growth. the diversity is represented here and the beer that brewers are making now and what they are bringing into the community, you see these things pop up. it's going to come down to a focus on quality and there's room for growth. >> look at this. this looks like a bottle of wine, this one right here. >> it does. >> and this one, too. i mean
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style, you've got such a range for the pallet and i'm not a big beer drinker. >> start off with what you like. again, if there's -- >> i don't know what i like. >> okay. but do you know what you like food-wise. >> i'm a big seafood, shellfish girl, crab. >> okay. we would start you off in a world of a something that has a crisp and mineral taste to it. >> which one is that? >> probably don't have one up there. i have two close to it. >> look at all these beers you brought. >> this is a small scattering -- >> yes. 172 different beers to try. >> this weekend, at the building
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>> yeah. >> still got the food and that's going to be pretty awesome. coming up after the break, we'll introduce you to two students making the best of millions of you are online right now, searching one topic. that will generate over 600 million results. and if you've been diagnosed with cancer, searching for answers like where to treat, can feel even more overwhelming. so start your search with a specialist
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and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia. we've seen a lot of graduation ceremonies over the past few weeks but one high school valedictorian left her class speechless. cynthia publicly
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she's an undocumented immigrant. her family came to the u.s. from honduras when she was just 6 years old. >> i needed to tell my story and to get to a podium to a place where i had to prove my worth. i didn't want to speak today because i was afraid people would boo me or just walk out. but i started tearing up when the whole class stood up. >> they certainly didn't boo. she says her family have spent a lot of nights walking through the desert and sleeping in safe houses. now she's going to attend yale this fall studying biomolecular genetics. >> great, young woman. going to college can come with a huge financial burden. >> one kansas teenager was working nonstop, scraping together every cent to afford tuition but was still coming up short. >> nbc's kevin tibbles explains how the kindness of strangers made history come true. >> reporter: it's been a long journey f
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dream is to become a teacher. >> everyone says education is key. >> reporter: this 18-year-old is from a family of nine kids. he was walking six miles to and from work, desperate to save money for college. >> i had to get out there and walk. >> reporter: and then one frigid, winter night, jacob and his son spotted him walking on the side of the road. >> should we pick him up and they are like, yeah, dad, we should. >> reporter: jacob heard of his dream to teach. jacob mentors kids at a local boxing club and got to thinking -- >> it's not always about how much money you can make in this world but how much of a difference you can make. >> we were always taught to help someone. in any situation, that could be you. >> reporter: that is jacob's younger brother, a student at wichita state. they helped organize a
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>> we reached out to the community. we bought him a laptop, a book bag, supplies. >> reporter: and when he hit those books, there was no looking back. he's made the dean's list and remains determined to teach. >> i feel like i want to show the next generation. >> reporter: you have a ways to go. do you have it in you? >> i know i have it in me. >> reporter: thanks to a chance encounter, he's on the road to that dream. for your thursday, we're looking at nice weather. no thunderstorms in the forecast for today. not even tomorrow or even saturday, the weekend is looking better. 80 degrees for saturday. mostly sunny. and sunday looks nice as well. rain returns late sunday into monday. that's it for "news4 midday." thanks for joining us. we're back on the air this afternoot
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washington app. have a great day.
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we're live from new york in five, four, three, two, one. [ applause ] >> wow, look at that shot. another absolutely stunning day here in new york city. apparently it's going to go up to 93 degrees today. we're all worried about our shiny, tiny dancer. >> enjoy it while it lasts. day four of our week takeover here in new york. we're talking about this stunning news that we got today, that fox news chairman and former ceo roger ailes has died. of course, fox just across the street from here. 77 years old, and according to reports, there areep

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