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acts of hate and racism. the rallying cry in a d.c. church tonight. she lost both legs and both hands but she is not letting this stop her. hear one woman's story of incredible courage. >> news 4 at 11 starts now. >> still no answers tonight for the families of those two teenagers killed while sitting in a car. >> they were supposed to walk across a graduation stage. tonight their families tell us they were close friends, good students and planning to go to college in the fall. >> news 4's shomari stone is at the mosque the families attend in german town. >> good evening. tonight his father was supposed to come to this mosque. the islamic society in german town. instead he is at a hospital with his wife devastated over what happened.
break down perhaps and is really having a tough time dealing with this tragic loss. the imam here is the uncle of the victim. he says he was a good kid. >> he was a good kid. he was a good kid. >> reporter: this heart broken community prays for their friend during ramadan. his only son, 17-year-old shot and killed in montgomery village last night. >> he was an honor student. he never got to open his cap and gown and has his graduation ticket. >> always good to see him succeed in life. i want to see him to
life. >> reporter: he and his friend, another star northwest high school student murdered inside his honda civic about five miles from their neighborhood last night. this man's video camera captured the sound of the gun fire and the car that he says drove away. >> did your son have any enemies? >> no. not to my knowledge. >> reporter: montgomery county police investigate his father has a message for the killer. >> why? why did you kill my son? what do you have to gain? your anger. you are going to be caught. >> reporter: those are powerful words. montgomery county police are offering a reward of $10,000 that leads to an arrest in this case. we reached out
family. they tell me he is honor roll student college bound eagle scout and trying to figure out what exactly happened here. i'm shomari stone news 4. >> thank you. sadness filled constitution hall this afternoon where classmates from northwest high school prepared to receive their diplomas. >> and the honor of being their principal both in middle school and again now. we stand true to our motto all for one and one for all especially today. >> the victims' principal called them smart kids and good kids, two young men who they say had so much potential. tonight's revelations about james comey are precisely why local bars will be broadcasting his testimony live on thursday
morning. one story says the fbi director didn't want to be left alone with president trump. a day after the private conversation comey asked the attorney general to protect fbi from white house influence and said he didn't want to be alone in a room with the president. the washington post goes a step further saying the director of national intelligence told people that president trump asked him to intervene to get the fbi to back off the investigation into russia. the post reports that decided it would be inappropriate to do as he asked. coats testifies tomorrow morning before the senate intelligence committee and then comey on the next day. what the president was asked about the former fbi director's testimony he simply said i wish him luck. i'm chris lawrence. >> and our scott macfarlane got a rare look inside the hearing room where james comey will
there is space for hundreds of spectators, reporters and cameras to see more open up our nbc washington app and search comey. developing tonight france could extend its state of emergency and consider new security measures after the latest in a wave of terror attacks. police say a man tried to attack officers with a hammer while screaming this is for syria. officers shot him near the notre dame cathedral. france has been under a state of emergency since the attack in 2015 that killed 130 people. that is set to expire in july. the government wants to extend it until jvnovember. the third person behind the terror attack at the london bridge was arrested last year trying to get into syria. he was stopped at an airport in italy and said he wanted to be a terrorist but quickly corrected himself. he still managed to get into the
appeared in a britx documentary called the jihaddist next door. turning to our weather now. more change is coming our way tomorrow. >> right now a lot of folks are asking about something they saw streak in a sky tonight. >> getting reports all across our area of potential fire ball moving across, a big meteor. those are followed by a nice little green trail. that's why we think it might have been a fire ball. you continue to report if you have video send it to my facebook page. out there right now temperature wise on the cool side after a high of 79. 81 in richmond. that is nice weather. look to the north. 69 philadelphia. 58 in new york. much cooler as we move to the north. we are watching a storm
that storm drifting to the south. with that we are going to see much more in the way of cloud cover and cooler air tomorrow. take the umbrella with you when you step out the front door. and then hello heat wave. near record high temperatures. see you back here in about ten minutes. a child is in the hospital with burns after a fire near north bethesda middle school. montgomery county fire officials say it appears somebody was setting fires inside the storm drain tunnel. everyone has been accounted for and no one was seriously hurt here. a show of unity tonight opposing recent acs of hate in our area from nooses to a campus murder. >> jackie bensen explains how a group gathered nat d.c. church tonight hopes to start a new movement.
♪ amazing grace >> reporter: the short life of army lieutenant richard collins iii was one of such accomplishment that his death has become a national rallying point. the university of maryland student charged in colin's death was a member of a facebook group called alt right. . >> [ inaudible ]. >> reporter: a line of current and former university of maryland students stretched across the sanctuary in northeast washington tonight. it was the organizational meeting of a group called d.c. united against hate. speakers called out the alt right movement as a catalyst for noose ien
pain on the campuses of american university and the university of maryland as well as the national museum of african-american history and culture. the goal is to create an anti-racist movement along the lines of a civil rights movement. >> it doesn't seem to be going any further. more hatred then when i was coming up as a child. >> reporter: the group says the goal is to meet regularly and to grow. in northeast washington jackie bensen, news 4. it's a drug so powerful it is changing the way some of our first responders react to calls for help. the drug is called fent naul. it is often laced into opioids. the dea says it is putting people that go out to overdose calls at risk. he was exposed to heroin laced. he says he thought he
>> my face started burning. i broke out in a sweat. i pictured myself lying on the ground and ems trying to revive me. >> as little as two milligrams of fentanyl can be deadly. two local police departments have ended field testing of opioids because of that risk. one week from tonight we will know who the nominees are for virginia guv girlfriendhavv lieutenant governor with a $600,000 advantage over democratic opponent tom perielo. if you want to vote before the primary time is running out. you have until 5:00 on saturday night to file an absentee ballot in person.
mail in a ballot request. she woke up to her limbs turning black and blue, unable to move. >> my feet were too heavy to turn. >> after life saving amputation one woman's courageous decision to keep fighting and the artificial limbs helping her do it. >> i just had to keep going. i couldn't just curl up in the corner. tom went to washington to take on the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work.
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assault. andrea constand testified that the comedian drugged and assaulted heifer. cosby's lawyer said there are key differences in her testimony today and the story she gave police in 2005. including how many times she talked to and saw cosby after the alleged assault. and why it took her more than a year to report the incident to police. dozens of women have accused cosby of unwanted sexual contact. he has denied all charges. to a story of a local woman who had lost more than any of us can begin to imagine. instead of letting it keep her down she says what she has gone through and the challenges she faces now have made her more determined than ever to heal so that she can give back. >> putting on hands in the morning different than putting on legs in the morning. if i hold them up then that is another
the thumb i have to manually move. >> reporter: sharon has lost both her hands, both her legs and part of her tongue. that hasn't dampened her extraordinary attitude and hope for recovery. >> i just had to keep going. i couldn't just curl up in a corner. >> reporter: last year sharon's husband worried she overslept and went to wake her and found her barely conscious, legs, hands and lips blue. >> when i tried to turn over the first time my feet were too heavy to turn. and then i went to reach and my hands were black. >> reporter: she was suffering from severe septic shock syndrome and her organs were failing. to save her life doctors had to amputate her limbs. her doctors believe she was vulnerable because her immune system was compromised when she lost her spleen a few years
even though she was suddenly an amputee sharon vowed not to let it effect her negatively. >> i just needed to keep positive and keep moving forward so i didn't get depressed. >> reporter: this man makes prosthetic limbs. >> we made her legs and hands now. for the legs we had to make custom sauockets to fit and bui the prosthesis and teach her to use it. >> reporter: he used the 3 d printer to make the custom sockets for sharon's legs. >> the hands took a little longer because it had more healing to do. >> reporter: sharon has had to relearn the most basic tasks and says she feels phantom pain from time to time. >> sometimes i feel like i need to scratch my
body part that is not there. my ankle will get itch itchy and i go to scratch it. >> reporter: although her prognosis is good the progress towards recovery is slow. she is determined to stay the course and give back. >> as close back to who i was as possible and then i can find another purpose and go out there and get a job again and contribute. >> yes. >> sharon will be here with me on set tomorrow afternoon in our 5:00 broadcast. i hope you will tune in to watch that interview live. >> incredible inspiration. a lot of people, beautiful sunset. what happened after that? people are just lighting up on twitter tonight. >> anytime we see a fire ball come through you remember the ones you see. some of you
them. i got reports from fairfax. all saying they saw one go from west to east across our area. we will get details on that overnight tonight. we have video of it. >> let's see it. >> a very nice night although it's pretty cool especially in the suburbs. current temperature at 69. winds out of the northwest at 12 miles per hour. look at the numbers in some of the cooler suburbs. down to 52 back towards winchester. 59 degrees. right now 56 degrees in cullpepper. we are cooling quickly. it's going to be a cool start to the day and a much cooler afternoon after a high of 79. we won't get near that tomorrow. ten degrees cooler tomorrow. nothing on the radar now. take a look at what is happening. we have had clouds moving on in. this storm system is moving down across our area and will settle across our region tomorrow. we will see winds shift out of the east. anytime they come
it is a cool experience as temperatures in the ocean only in the 60s. cool air, trough of low pressure this has been the setup for most of the last month and a half. cool to the east, warm to the south. that is going to change big time. the heat will build all across the eastern part of the united states even into canada. we are talking 90s through the next few days. boston could be warmer as we move into next week. heat wave coming. hello to 90s and near record highs close to monday and tuesday. we have to get through tomorrow first. that means cloud cover moving in. clouds and showers for the morning rush. you may see rain when you step out the front door. rain continuing at least at times. it's not all day rain. we will see showers. this pushes back towards the blue ridge here. and just a few scattered showers here. the clouds really do try to remine. tomorrow cloudy and cool. a few showers possible going
most of you will stay in the 60s all day. that's why for the what to wear forecast jacket in the morning. umbrella a necessity. long pants. probably not a good idea for shorts. sunglasses i don't have checked here because we don't see much sunshine tomorrow. the sun comes back out and does it bring the heat. 73 thursday. 80 on friday and then boom 87 on saturday. saturday a pretty nice day. 94 on sunday. 95 monday and tuesday is what we are going for. record high on tuesday is i96. i would not be surprised if we surpass it. >> thank you, doug. coming up, the nats hoping to stay hot. the birds having some fun in baltimore. >> sports is next. first here is seth myers.
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this is the xfinity sports desk. how are the nats looking? >> they are on fire. the nationals have won six of their last seven on the road trying to clinch the series against the dodgers. with max scherzer on the bump nats fans can rest assured. he tops in strikeouts. starting pitchers have their pregame routine. don't mess with scherzer when he is in the zone. adrian gonzalez messing with him earlier. gonzo
rbi single for gun zaul s. the thing about scherzer he remembers. gets him swinging. later in the inning bases loaded he has ice in his veins. he has struck out ten. nats up 2-1 in the fourth. orioles now hosting the pirates. this guy adam jones' number one fan. that might be pushing to jonathan scope. already with the homer in the game. a man on and scope solves that. deep to center. that ball out of here. two run shot second homer of the game. orioles tying it at 5-5. we head to extra innings. at the dish. adam jones on second with two outs and lifts this one to shallow center. tries to gun him out. not in time. birds walk off
rbi. they take it 6-5. the nba draft is 16 days away but who is counting? the upper marl breaux native is. he is the pick by the boston celtics. only working out with the celtics. today he toured td garden talking to blakely about his time. >> my first time going through an nba workout. it is just a blessing. i'm honored to be here and to have the opportunity. >> if there is a message to let celtics fan take away what is that? >> just wants the best for the city and the team. >> w nba mystics on the road taking on the dallas wings. picking it up in the second. mystics down one but running the floor
mystics take a two-point lead. gets the bucket. 23 points for her tonight. mystics are starting to pull away. in the fourth eight-point game nice pass back showing off the handle. she makes it look so easy. 17 for her. mystics win their fifth straight game 101-89. coming up tomorrow otas. >> we'll be right ba. ck
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