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new details emerging in the double homicide that left two dead in montgomery village. the victims are two teen boys. we're live with the latest on the investigation. well, it looks like they went in hoping to score some valuables but probably didn't know they'd end up on camera. >> details on the search for these two burglars in a moment. sheena? >> the day is shaping up to be beautiful. we have warm temperatures but there's a bit of a cool down before a heatwave in the forecast. welcome to "news4 midday." two teenagers were shot to death in m
police want help from the community to catch the killer. >> it's a developing story. justin finch is live at police headquarters in gaithersburg. hey, justin. >> reporter: hey, there, adam, the two teens have been identified as shadi adi najjar and artem ziberov, both of germantown and were to graduate from high school today. they were both found shot to death in a car in montgomery village. the montgomery county police are trying to figure out who did this and, of course, why. montgomery county police now looking for the killer of two teen boys. authorities confirming 17-year-old shadi adi najjar and 18-year-old artem ziberov were found shot to death inside this honda civic last night just feet from this man's driveway. >> a couple folks lost their lives not that far from where you live and you begin to be
worried. >> they found the two victims inside their vehicle and they were declared deceased at the scene. >> reporter: the 8200 block of gallery court is lined with lush trees and green lawns and now spots of broken glass. it's usually quiet, but monday night was different. >> my wife and i thought we heard something hammering something. it didn't make any sense around 10:30. >> reporter: turns out, it was the blast of a bullet. it seemed like dozens of shots and a neighbor shared with us what his surveillance system picked up. >> i heard gunshots fired. >> reporter: that blue honda had never been seen before. >> i told him, we should call 911, i guess. we saw the police come and then the police are like, oh, my gosh, i think we saw a body. >> reporter: the students, again, identified who were found dead in that car as shadi najjar and artem
graduate northwest high school today. their principal saying that they were both excellent students who made a positive impact. counselors will be on campus for those two boys. we also know that a $10,000 reward is being offered for tips in that case that lead to an arrest. back to you. >> justin, thank you. well, right now in prince george's county, police have castleton drive blocked off. tracee wilkins is on the scene. she sent this video in to our newsroom. police say that they were serving a warrant when a suspect barricaded himself inside the home. no word on how long the road will be closed. >> take a good look at this video. police are being looking for two people that you see here caught on home surveillance breaking into a home. investigators say the people of interest are linked to a burglary that happened at the home on perry place northeast. if you can identify these people or know what
police a call. well, this next story could have you rethinking how secure your home is. >> absolutely. a woman in northwest d.c. says two men kicked in her door during a brazen break-in. this happened over the weekend in the american university park neighborhood. nicole said that the noise woke her up and threatened her and claimed he had a gun. when she tried to make a run for it, a man punched her in the side of the face. >> to walk in between these two houses. >> d.c. police are trying to track down the intruders. meanwhile, we now know the names of all three suspects from that terror attack in london. police say youssef zaghba was the third attacker who drove the van into a crowd and started stabbing people this weekend. they ide
and khuram shazad butt. cheer correspondent richard engel has the latest out of london. >> reporter: downtown london is returning to normal this morning but with elections here in just two days, extra security has been put in, including barriers to prevent cars from climbing onto the sidewalks. and there are growing questions today, angry ones, about why police didn't arrest the attackers before they murdered seven people in london. one of the attackers, khuram butt, born in pakistan, was well known to the police featured in a documentary about isis supporters yet still reportedly kept his job for the subway system. neighbors even reported him to the police. >> they looked like they were -- >> this
chest practically that said i'm an extremist. he wasn't hiding in plain sight. he just wasn't hiding. >> there's been several that have been vocal about their opposition to british authority and their support for jihad that have been on the radar for a long time. >> reporter: police say they are overwhelmed, that there are thousands of radicalized people in this country and they can't follow them all. police have also identified another victim, a 28-year-old australian woman. her family said in a statement that she died while trying to help others. richard engel, nbc news, london. and this is a live look here. we're just founding out about some kind of new attack in paris. paris police say a man tried to assault a police officer near the notre dame cathedral. they shot and killed that man. this is a live picture from the scene. there's a heavy police presence on the scene here with so much else going on. we don't know much
it throughout the day. top house and senate leaders are headed to the white house today. they are expected to talk to president trump about the legislative agenda. congress was in session for four more weeks until the july 4th recess. the president tweeted this morning that they will talk about tax cuts and health care. the associated press says senate leaders hope to vote on their health care plan this month but right now they don't know if their bill, which hasn't bb written yet, will pass. meanwhile, a leaked document is providing more evidence that russia tried to hack the presidential election. news4's tracie potts has the details on what we're learning after the arrest of a government contractor. >> reporter: while you were at the polls last november, russia wasn't just trying to influence your choice with fake news. they were literally trying to hack your vote, according to a leaked document from the national security agency published by the online news website the
that the russians were behind this. this fits with a pattern for what they've done in the past, the digital and cyberforensics point to the russians. >> reporter: russian president vladimir putin denied it in an exclusive interview with nbc. >> translator: i haven't even seen one direct proof of russia interfering in the presidential election in the united states. >> reporter: the justice department quickly charged the 25-year-old contractor for allegedly leaking the report. congress investigating russian interference. here's from fired fbi director james comey on thursday. >> there may be a bigger bombshell that we haven't heard yet. >> reporter: the key question, did president trump pressure comey to back off the russia investigation? >> he'll have an opportunity to clear that up. >> reporter: the white house now confirmed -- >> president trump will not use executive privilege. >> reporter: he will not stop him from testifying and that's
investigation can be over. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. the time right now is 11:09. if you're planning to vote absentee in next week's primaries in virginia, you have until 5:00 p.m. today. you still have until saturday to request an absentee ballot in person. next week's primaries are highlighted by the governor's race in virginia. school leaders are apologizing to two muslim students from freedom high school. the girls say they were harassed for wearing a hijab. when they protested the request that they provide proof that they need to wear the hijabs, they were sent home. the school says the administrator won't be disciplined. i
surrounded by the police. >> do you understand what was just said to you? >> no. >> prince george's county council member called for the ceo kevin maxwell to resign and he was encountered after a graduate where he gave his speaking time to two students left off of the program. he says maxwell is targeting him. >> i never would have thought in a million years he would use his influence as superintendent to have me surrounded by police as if i were some thug. >> reporter: four school board members have written a letter to the district's ceo saying that burroughs and the students deserve an apology. meanwhile, this man is facing charges for indecent exposure on metro. police say
exposed himself on the metro train on sunday. he's accused of also acting inappropriately in front of a metro driver last week. anyone who has had contact with him is asked to call the police. if you live in camp springs, there's a water problem there. crews are out repairing a pipe and fire hydrant. only one lane is getting by on each side of allentown road. more than 100 customers in that area don't have water. a water station has been set up at the duncan donuts on allentown road if you need to pick up water for your family and, of course, you could just get a donut as well. >> make the best of a bad situation. it's 11:11. let's get a check of the
>> hey, there. >> i thought i was going to have duncan donuts for lunch. molette and i like our donuts. it's partly sunny and a little bit of a breeze. it feels very nice outside. temperatures in the mid-to low 70s if you're exercising outside it's going to be a nice day to do it around lunchtime. mid-70s this afternoon. close to 80 degrees and isolated chance for a shower. cooler tomorrow and then we have the forecast coming up. >> looks good. thank you so much, sheena. much more ahead on "news4 midday" including how long you let your baby sleep in your bed. >> how long is too long when it comes to co-sleeping? some of us still can't get them out of the bed. >>no.
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that works for everyone and dominion energy is helping welcome back. former first lady michelle obama's post white house life is pretty busy. today she will appear at apple's world developer's conference in san jose and will sit down and discuss the initiatives she crated during her time at the white house. yesterday, apple rolled out a newer ipad and it's new speaker called homepod. two men were involved with an oakland warehouse that went up in flames and 36 people died
in miguel almaguer say why prosecutors created a, quote, deadly and dangerous space. >> reporter: the deadliest fire in oakland's history, 36 lives lost inside this artist warehouse. now der now two men are facing involuntary mans slaut der. >> they knowingly created a firetrap. >> reporter: the d.a. says that they lied to officials about people living there illegally. she says the building was packed with highly flammable materials and unpermitted electrical work. >> it's not a good morning. what am i doing here? can i just say i'm sorry? >> reporter: after the fire, almena spoke out on "today". >> i'm incredibly sorry.
everything i did was t beautiful community and to bring people together. >> reporter: he also told us exclusively that firefighters and police knew that artists lived there. >> did they ever say that you were breaking code? >> never. never. >> they served said to fix this, fix that? >> no. >> harris blames the building's owner. >> part of the issue we've been having with them is a lot of stuff was failing. >> reporter: almena admitted that he had done electrical work on the warehouse. his attorney says that almena is a scapegoat. >> are you worried that you may be blame? >> of course. >> reporter: this morning, both men are now behind bars. for "today," miguel almaguer, nbc news, los angeles. babies might sleep longer once they get their own room. and a study just published found that 4-month-old babies had the
longest stretches of but this contradicts with the recommendations from the american academy of pediatrics. the academy says infants should share their parents' room for at least six months and up to a year to reduce sudden infant death syndrome. the war of dr. t-- the woun war are tough to see and can sometimes last a long time. a new government-funded study shows that veterans who suffered a blast-related concussion were likely to have symptoms in the future. researchers tracked 50 service members with brain injuries from iraq and afghanistan and they found that 72% had some degree of disability compared to 11% for deployed vets and they were not hurt. well, suicide and bullying are two of the toughest issues that students deal with at school and there's a new effort across virginia to help keep your kids safe. >> news4's chris lawrence shows
us >> angie, adam, governor mcauliffe will sign two new bills into law today. the first riffs the principal to contact parents within five school days if their child is involved in bullying. the second involves school counselors, the mandates of training and suicide prevention to renew their license. teachers have proven that they are not afraid to talk about suicide. for the past three years, the school has held a suicide awareness act to remember classmates who have taken their own lives. they continue that tradition this past weekend to end the stigma surrounding this issue. >> i have noticed, what could i have done better? why didn't i pick up on it? and that's a lifelong set of questions that haunt us. >> the new laws will take effect
in just a few weeks on july in the newsroom, chris lawrence, news4. >> thanks, chris. mental illness can impact anyone and suicide is the second leading cause of death for teens. go to our nbc washington app for more information. the official start of summer is weeks away and fitness is on everyone's mind. >> oh, my gosh, we have to get into a bathing suit, right? >> right. >> did you know that there are foods that can add to your waistline and there are some foods that will help you lose weight?
>> really? our fit 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. we're working for you this week to get fit for summer. when it comes to getting that belly fat that i have to deal with, you don't need to spend hours at the gym. who knew? >> is that right? there are simple foods to help keep you slim. eun yang shares what foods you should add to your grocery list. >> reporter: belly fat is a problem for many people and it can be caused from everything from high stress to eating too much processed food. so what do you do when sit-ups
aren't working anymore? stop with a cup of tea, says >> consider having dandelion tea. it helps to rid the body of toxins, and often toxic buildup ends up in the belly. >> reporter: pineapple and wa r watermelon can also help. >> it helps rid the body of water in general and around the belly in particular. >> reporter: and like all weight loss programs, sleep and exercise are key. eun yang, news4 today. getting rid of belly fat isn't the only benefit of the common foods. dandelion tea helps with asthma and circulation. >> i had about five cups this morning, trying to work on some stuff. >> your circulation is fantastic. >> watermelon, also fool of vitamins, a, b, c, and papaya
can be a great source of vitamins >> and pineapple helps with arthritis. all right. hitting the pool is not just for fun. we're talking about a water workout your entire family can enjoy. our fit 4 summer continues right here tomorrow. >> are you getting in the pool? >> i am. >> well -- >> a different capacity? >> yes. behind the scenes. >> well, a lot of people are wondering if they can do it today. >> it's going to be close to 80. you were talking about the pool earlier. we had donuts the other day because it's national donut day and molette and i were standing there taking some pieces off of it. >> you can have more. i have more control. >> well, anyway -- whatever. it's going to be a nice day outside. maybe you can exercise outside today.
the weather is going not a big deal. tomorrow it's going to be cooler. cloudy tomorrow and high around 70 degrees. it's going to be warmer going into the weekend and the temperatures are really going to warm up, too. we have a heatwave in the forecast. we'll talk more about that coming up. it's 75 degrees in the district. leesburg is 72. 69, gaithersburg. really nice for your tuesday. all the rain is up in new england. we are on the dry side of this. so the only thing we really expect are maybe a few sprinkles trying to move in from the system i just showed you. there are a few sprinkles across the area and the best chance is north of the district this afternoon and again it happens pretty quickly. if you're out walking the dog today, look at the face on this sweetie taylor. he needs a home. head to the human society to find out how to adopt her. a stray chance of a shower by
pennsylvania for day two of the want to get you another update on the developing situation out of paris. but first, earlier we said that the suspect was killed by officers. paris police shot that man but he is not dead. in the last 30 minute, we learn learn learned that french counterterrorism police are going to handle this. the man tried to assault an officer there with a hammer and then police shot him right across from paris police headquarters. as we find out more details, we'll update you here and on the nbc washington app.
bill cosby is back in court on day two sexual assault trial. stephanie gosk breaks down everything going on in that courtroom. >> reporter: at 79 years old, staring at what could be decades in prison, bill cosby gets the support of a familiar face. >> it's not always easy to do what you feel is truthful and right when there's so much controversy. >> reporter: the comedian denies that he drugged and sexually assaulted andrea constrand. and in 1996, she says it told me as if it looked like i needed to relax, offering her a large, white pill. after taking it, she said, i sat on the couch. i felt like i was under water.
drugged, johnson says that cosby challenging her memory. did anyone tell you to get selective amnesia in this case. and then the defense will go after andrea constand's testimony in her testimony to law enforcement including initially telling police she didn't contact cosby after that night but phone records show otherwise. she called him 53 times, the defense shouted in court, sometimes 30 to 40 minutes a pop. the trial is expected to last two weeks. the critical moment is when andrea constand will take the stand. that cross-examination is going to be tough. stephanie gosk, norristown, pennsylvania. georgetown law center has launched a two-year fellowship
program that will help train a select group of police officers and civilian employees. the fellows will be mentored by top police officials and this program is aimed at retention and cultivating future leadership since the d.c. police department has lost more police officers than it could hire over the last few years. adam? >> more than 600 local nonprofits are participating in a program called do more 24. they are all hoping that you'll consider donating to their effort. this is put on by the united way but many organizations are participating and nbc 4 is a proud partner in this event. joining us to talk more about this are the participants, united way president rosie and cheryl of prince jornggeorge's y and melissa who works with ivy. welcome into the studios. >> thank you for having us.
>> you look very colorful. rosie, why is t to get out of it? >> sure. it's an effort that our united way started about five years ago and it's a one-daytime of giving where we're encouraging everyone to be able to do something to support it. and this year it's even more important because, given the potential cuts that are coming down the pipe from the administration, families are going to be in more need than perhaps before. and so do more it24 is an onlin day of giving. we've allowed people to prepay, if you'd like. so if you go to domore24.org, you'll have an opportunity to support the community locally. >> how do they get involved in person? >> there's a lot of opportunities. if you go to united way, you'll have an opportunity to see all of the volunteer opportunities that are out there.
but this y, be at the pepco gallery and if you have a little time, an hour or so, feel free to come on by and share your time and yourself with the community. >> absolutely. cheryl, talk about how it's been impactful for you, this program and what you want to see out of it. >> okay. yes, do more 24 allows us to do exactly that. for example, we have the high school program where we provide mentoring and leadership development. one aspect of that focuses on the united nations. we were able to actually have our kids go to the united nations after learning about it and then they were able to really see firsthand how united nations works. in addition, with our middle school program which melissa is a part of it, we were offering a robotics program which she'll tell you about as well.
we provide scholarships. ne able to provide $35,000 in scholarships because we've been able to partner with united way and others to make those resources available for our students. >> does most of the money go to scholarships? >> it goes to all of our programs. it includes tutoring, mentoring, leadership development. we don't want the parents to just drop their kids off. we want them to stay. scholarships, a great shoe bank effort that gave up 300 shoes on friday with the help of a couple banks. so we have a variety of activities that we provide. >> very cool. melissa, you've been a part of the program. talk about what you've learned from it. >> well, i've had mentors throughout the school year and i've learned how confidence in my voice in what i do and love. >> i can tell. what are your favorite parts
about the learning new experiences? >> well, i love that i can have social time with other people -- meeting new people and mentors that are always there to make me smile as soon as i walk in and miss la keisha, has given me a good experience with the program. >> and you talked about the robotics part of that. was that very cool for you? >> yes. we built a robot and learned how to program it and we were able to have a meeting with the congressmen and we want to encourage young ladies to be engineers and follow their dreams. >> love it. love it so much. it's a great organization and great effort. we're glad to be a partner of it. you seem to have plenty of confidence. you're going to be fine. thank you for joining us in the studio. you can find a complete list of organizations and ways to donate on our nbc washington app as
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>> absolutely. >> that's coasters. >> that's a lot of riding. i'd be right there with him. it's teheme park kind of weather. >> this weekend, you want water rides. today is nice. the weekend is going to be hotter. we're talking about heat and humidity and about it feeling a lot like summer. we have heatwave in the forecast, spanning three days in a row of 90-degree temperatures. i'll show that you in a second. for today, we're not going to be that hot just yet. if you're heading out for lunch, well, sit outside. it's really nice out. your evening commute is nice. it's going to be nice if you're exercising and if you're eating later, there may be a few sprinkles. not everybody will see it, though. 75 degrees is the temperature right now. a mix of sun and clouds. nice day. a little bit of a freeze and from the north at 20 miles an hour. there's the system in new england.
it's going to stay there. showers in parts of pennsylvania. some of it could move in today. most of the area stays dry. we could see an isolated shower. here's the future weather. it pulls a few in this afternoon and it's not a big deal and there's nothing heavy anyway. 74 degrees and a mix of sun and clouds. around happy hour time, close to 80 degrees. dinnertime, mid-70s. looking pretty good. tomorrow is cooler. 71 for a high temperature. mostly cloudy and maybe a couple of showers around on thursday. mostly cloudy and 73. look as we go into the weekend. sunny on friday and 80 degrees. the weekend, high 80s. sunday, 92 and hot and humid. monday, tuesday and wednesday, a heatwave is in the forecast. it's going to be getting hot. make sure you stay hydrated. >> thank you, sheena. well, these days it seems like everyone is looking for a new workout regiment.
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this is all about. >> reporter: friendly munching away and sometimes flashing a smile, a curious goat and even a few hens and chickens. and enjoying the warm sun. not the typical place you'd spot yoga mats. >> inhale, come forward. >> reporter: they recently started farm yoga here. inspired by the new goat yoga trend. >> we kind of figured, our goats are fun but we love our alpaca. >> reporter: an inspector leads the class while animals watch. >> there's a cute little kitty cuddling up to one of the younger girls here during the class and that was adorable. i'm waiting for an alpaca to spit on someone but that hasn't started yet. >> reporter: it's about being outside in nature and grounding yourself and how do you ground yourself to a floor? you've got to be outside and on
the ground and on the grass. >> reporter: an idea that any age can enjoy. you like the cat? >> yeah. >> okay. let's scrub our hands really good and get to something a little more palatable, like national seafood month. here to help us celebrate today is a great restaurant in manassas. folks out there now you guys well. this is the owner of carmelo's. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having us. >> for those who don't know about you guys -- and you've been there for 30 years -- what is the atmosphere? >> it's a family-owned restaurant. it's been in the area for 30 years serving fine dining with portuguese influence and mediterranean, also.
>> i like that. >> with a little bit of i here. you have an assortment of beautiful dishes laid out and you're cooking some shrimp and beautiful scallops here. >> i'm making this, which is shrimp scallops and artichoke hearts served over rice. first, i start with the scallops. and because we use the same kind of seafood, i mixed them up. >> and these are ginormous. >> yes. >> decadent looking. >> most of these we have on our menu and we like the dried scallops. if they are not dry, they become soggy. >> and tell me about the sauce. >> it's something that we make
ourselves. >> what' >> garlic, white wine, lemon and butter. >> delicious. >> and then i'm going to add some tomatoes here. >> as you do that, tell us about the specialties that you're offering for national seafood month. we have father's day coming up and wonderful events to get out and enjoy some good seafood. >> father's day we do a brunch buffet that consists with seafood and meat, also. on our menu, we have a lot of different things. we have this very traditional portuguese. >> okay. >> and then we do like something like this which has -- that's what i'm making today. >> this is the final product of all of this right here? >> yes. >> okay. looks good. >> and what do we have here? >> this is a little more on the
asian and the ahi tuna, of course, with the ginger and just really good with sesame seeds. >> a lot of restaurants boast about being great seafood places. this looks good. you guys have a long history. what has given you guys that staying power in manassas? what's your secret to success? >> consistent service and good food, high-quality food and just a friendly staff and, you know, just being part of the community. we continue to watch for different organizations and for our locals. >> and i love that you put the portuguese twist on your seafood dishes. it's very important to put that culture in there, right? >> yes. and it wasn't the easiest thing.
when we first manassas, no one knew what portuguese was. >> right. >> it was a bit of a struggle at first but over time, people love it and, you know, it was a success for us. >> and you've lasted for 30 years. >> yes. >> get out to carmello's and enjoy wonderful options there. elise, owner, thank you so much for coming in. we love all of this. can't wait to dive in. >> i'll be there in just a second. thank you, guys. it smells delicious in here. well, you'll find a lot of salt in packaged foods and drinks but some packaged food has less sodium than they once did. sodium amounts fell by about 18% from 2000 through 2014. so that's certainly good news. let's take a look outside. the sun is up over the nation's capital. we'll get another check of the forecast when "news4 midday" continues.
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itts apple unveiling a new feature for ios, which can determine when you're driving and hold incoming alerts. and the national federation retail office says people are spending $135 on father's day gifts up from $126 last year. it's a 15-year high. the type of gift is also changing. i'm landon dowdy. >> thanks, landon. it's not something you'd expect to see in d.c. it's a coyote. one man spotted a coyote when he was walking his dog on a trail off mass avenue. it was near report of a coyote sighting on newark street in cleveland park and now pet
owners and ren alert. >> it doesn't terrify me but it's a little surprising in the city. >> there have been some in the neighborhood that have talked about it. i guess he screams and it's a very high-pitched kind of a shrilly -- yeah. >> that's definitely what i would be doing. there are plenty of things i would be doing. >> there are tips for you online. make a sound that will scare away these animals. >> turn and run away. that's what you should do. a peacock may have too much fun in a california liquor store. animal control had to be called to capture it. it tried to get away and knocked over several bottles of alcohol worth about 500 bucks. >> uh. >> oh, no. >> pains me to watch that. the bird was eventually released
at a local animal >> no. final check of the forecast on this tuesday. >> sheena, how is it looking? >> it was the most awkward looking capture anyone has done for a fish. i think it was a fishing net. near 80 degrees today and tomorrow is cooler, around 70. and then we warm up into the weekend. a few shower chances over the next few days. and then we're nice and dry and sunny. 80s on friday. we warm up to the low 90s on sunday. that would be a heatwave. we have a few 90-degree days here in a row going into the start of next week. the good news is, if you want summer here, it's going to feel like it and we're looking nice and dry. >> sheena, thanks so much. that's going to do it for "news4 midday." we're back on the air this afternoon, first at 4:00. >> absolutely. you can get news and weather updates at any time with the nbc washington app. have a great day. see you back here in the
>> let's go. scallops. stand by, everyone. we're live in five, four, three, two, one. >> to be honest with you, if you had been like, you know what, rachel, [ bleep ], this is what the situation was right before i got here but this is why i did it, you would probably be in the mansion right now. but that's not what you did. what i saw in the gym yesterday, that was a boy. i'm looking for a man. so i'm glad that you've realized that you should move forward, but forward isn't that way to the mansion. forward is outside of it. >> oh! ouch! you've got to love rachel. >> she means business. that's how she started out last night on "the bachelorette" getting rid of demario who had a