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good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we hope that we have better luck with the powerball than we do with the weather. it's june. take a look. pretty gloomy out there. look at this dark cloud hanging right over the nation's capital, right? >> storm team 4's chuck bell and sheena parveen are here with the forecast and then the commute with melissa mollet. it doesn't look so bad out there now? >> oh no. we have the umbrella just to be on the safe side, now that we have it, of course, it stopped sprinkling. >> eun, don't you worry, we are lucky with the weather after today. today is one of those gray days. it is chilly in those areas. 52 in warrington, 53, dulles, 53 in the district. here's the radar, we have sprinkles mostly around the district currently. as we go through the day today, well, we still are going to see the gray skies all day. temperatures staying cool. only aroun
still a chance of showers. just have the umbrella in case. we're seeing the spotty showers we're seeing across the area. not a whole rainy day but the commute should not be too bad. speaking of commute, let's check in with melissa mollet on this wednesday. >> i hope not. i think it will be just fine this morning. no major problems right now. one of you will kind of take a wide look at things here. allentown road, though, between 5 and auth, we still have that one lane getting by for that water main breeak. inner loop and outer loop okay. south of braddock, all lanes blocked with downs wires. coming off of 70 southbound, a little slow. after that, you look okay. if you're headed northbound as well. we'll take a look at the bridge coming up. >> thank you, melissa.
[ gunfire ] that is the sound of gunshots recorded by a homeowner's surveillance video. gunning down two young men one day before graduation. shadi najjar and artem ziberov were killed monday night while sitting in a car. there are a number of questions surrounding the case. news4's justin finch is live at the high school. justin. >> reporter: eun, good morning. montgomery county police spent hours on that block where those teens were found trying to gather more clues in the case. in the meantime, northwest high school, grief counselors will be on hand helping student it's and staff here work through the sudden loss. let's take you now to video and show you the victims here, 18-year-old artem ziberov and 17-year-old shadi najjar, both of germantown. they were friends and star students looking forward to their graduation. najjar and
put on their caps and gowns. killed just hours before their graduation in what neighbors described as a hail of bullets. the friends were found dead in najjar's honda near 11:00. the father began to worry when he texted shadi and didn't hear back. >> when i texted him. he always responds. always responds to me, always responds to his mom. that night, he did not respond. >> reporter: memorial service is planned for najjar at his germantown mosque. we are told as police continue to look for clues, try to figure out who may have done this and also who those boys were with before they were shot and what brought them to montgomery village. we're live in germantown, justin finch, news4. back to you. the entire school community observed a moment of silence yesterday
d.a.r. constitution hall. shadi najjar and artem ziberov were good friends and been going to school since middle school. grief counselors will be at the school to help student it's and staff. we are just getting some breaking news about a power outage in d.c. angie goff is at the live desk with details. >> well, eun, this is really going to have impact on the wednesday commute for a lot of you who drive through to get to work. we've got about 35,000 people in northwest d.c. without power. in the areas of mt. olavet road. police are on the ground directing traffic. just got an update. they thought it was going to be fixed by 8:00 a.m. they've now extended that to 11:00 a.m. definitely during the morning rush. you're
footage of a frightening situation in bethesda. montgomery county fire investigators say at least one child is being treated for minor injuries after a fire inside of a storm drain tunnel near north bethesda middle school. officials say apparently there were other kids involve and it took some time to locate everyone. the cause of the fire is investigated. and it appears that some type of liquid may have been used. and developing, a scary scene in iran where attackers attacked two important places. one person with a bomb attacked a shrein and a parliament building. at least one western was killed iranian authorities are saying all of the attackers are in custody or dead. a lot of people were hurt. it's possible the death toll could go up. be sure to check the nbc washington app for the latest
today a for instanprince ge county mother faces 45 years in prison for sufficient mow indicating her son and daughter. days before her death, she received a mental health evaluation after her children's grandmother calleded police. she killed the children two days after she was released. right now, police are on the lookout for two women in the area. the first in montgomery county. that is where police say 49-year-old vanessa washington is missing. she left from a group home in aspen hill area. investigators last saw her yesterday afternoon. she was wearing a gray shirt, blue jeans and a backpack. police say she needs her medicine. and prince william conte police are looking for 23-year-old brandi robinson actually seen leaving her home in woodbridge. she was headed towards her grandmother's house in alexandria. she was
and a black duffel bag. keep an eye on capitol hill today. director of national intelligence dan coats and other key player information the russia investigation will testify before the senate intelligence committee. now, this could reveal new information hours before fbi director james comey testifies. the hearing also comes as "the washington post" reports that the president ask the coats if he could intervene with comey earlier this year to get the bure tro baau to back off the investigation of michael flynn, the national security adviser and also a report that attorney general jeff sessions offered to resign. if you're feeling lucky you might want to pick up a powerball ticket. >> tonight's jackpot up to $375 million. do you take the cash payout? >> always take the cash. >> 35 million bucks, eun, one time, right? >> uh-huh. >> this is the 12th biggest
powerball. good luck. get in shape and cool off at the same time. our fit 4 summer series continues with a look at water workouts you can do in the pool. that's right. pool time is coming this weekend. if you're thinking of going to the beaches. that's a great idea. saturday and sunday, all dry. temperatures into the 80s by sunday down at the beaches. it will be even warmer here. sheena's got your weekend forecast right here at home coming up in a few minutes. and bill cosby's accuser heading back to the stand. why today's testimony could be even more dramatic than what we've seen so far. we want to invite to you free movie screening you can hear from dustin black about his 2008 academy-winning "milk" it's based on harvey milk, the first openly gay person
good morning, everybody. if you're planning to be outside today, just know you're be dealing with clouds and drizzle and light rain chances. things start to improve for tomorrow. and we're going to get toasty warm by the weekend. sheena joins you with that part of the forecast in just a few minutes. right now, 95 north at no lorton, we have a truck here. blocking the lane. bladensburg at 17th street, we have that power outage that angie was talking about. >> melissa, thank you. it is 12 minutes after the hour now. and today, the defense team
will go after the comedian's accuser during cross-examination. yesterday, andrea constand told the jury in 2004 that cosby gave her pills and sexually assaulted her at his home. she called the experience humiliating. yesterday, the defense highlighted the inconsistency to her story. it's expected to do the same today. dozens of women accusing the comedian of the same. cosby has denied all allegations. a false gas station robbery story had olympic swim ryan lochte in a lot of trouble during the olympics. you'll remember that jack conger and another teammate were with lochte at the time. now, lochte is opening up to espn the magazine about the month after the scandal. he said he had some dark thoughts. and even considered suicide after all of the negative press. he's now doing much better, he says, and coming up on td, joe
has to say about the 2020 olympics. we're learning much more about the 25-year-old government worker, the contractor charged in the first intelligence leak case understand the trump administration. prosecutors say that reality winner admitted to leaking a top-secret document to an online magazine. before working as a contractor they national security agency, winner spent six years in the air force as an intelligence analyst. her mother spoke to nbc about her arrest. >> my biggest fear at this time they'll try to make an example of her, they caught their first big leaker, whatever they're saying that she is, and that they, you know, might make an example and she's not going to be treated fairly. and i want her to be treated fairly. >> now, winner lab actihas been on social media. on twitter, she's no fan of donald trump once calling him,
you can hear more of what her mother has to say on "today." and muriel bowser has been fined $13,000 after finding 13 instances of excessive contributions. the officization the committee cooperated with the investigation. and voluntarily refunded the money to the donors. if the d.c. council goes through with a new plan, you might have to start calling muriel bowser governor bowser. this is all part of the district's fight for statehood. the proposed bill would change the title of some elected leaders in d.c. supporters say the makeup of d.c.'s government is too confusing for a lot of people. and new titles would help explain it. so the mayor would become the governor. the d.c. council would be the legislature. and the change would not need congressional approval. well, tomorrow, morning 600 local nonprofits are paip
called do more 24. they're all hoping you'll contribute to their efforts. the one-day fund rising drive is put on by the united way. you can find a complete list of organizations along with ways to donate in our nbc washington app. an easy way to get to everybody at one time. you can see -- i think the categories -- it's categorized. you can see if it's arts or education-type organizations. >> or animals. >> and i have the animal of the day. i guess, in the forecast in a second. but tomorrow is friends day, though. we want you to send pictures with your best friend. >> and do you send flowers or something? >> no you're my best friend. >> i think you're getting a text message very soon. >> i will say, though, the weather is going to be good for you to get outside and get a shot of the sunrise with your best friend. >> yeah, good idea. >>
>> great idea. the temperatures are going to be pretty comfortable for that, too. nbc washington, tweet us those pictures. tournamently, 63 degrees, the temperature, it's cool outside. look at the clouds outside. we have a light east wind out there. temperatures in the mid-50s. upper 40s in winchester. 52, warrington. 54 in frederick. 59 degrees currently in clinton so you could get away with long sleeves but we as have the sprinkles out there right around the district. bethesda, alexandria. seeing a few sprinkles developing. this is going to be the trend this morning. we just have the sprinkles around and a chance for a few showers. have the umbrella. it's not going to be a washout mostly cloudy and cool. future weather keeping the showers down. here's a dog who needs a home. you can find
at the humane rescue alliance. look at the temperature, chance of a shower, 70 degrees. we're really not going to warm up much today. we stay cool but mainly dry, 73. look as we go into the weekend, sunshine, dry weather. perfect timing, look at those temperatures, 87 saturday, 92 sunday, that's the beginning of a heat wave, we'll talk more about that. to the roads on this cool wednesday morning. >> good morning, 95 north, we have a truck blocking the left lane. it was a truck with a signi on the back. blocking and causing delays. at bladensburg road near 17th, a power outage. the lights remember to treat them as a stop sign. outer loop and inner loop, one lane getting by for that water main break. pleasant valley, downed wires there after a
270 is fine as far as travel times. so is the top of the beltway. both inner loop and outer loop. 66 is find. quantitiesicco to the beltway, going ing 33 miles per hour an going 35 minutes. remember to listen to wtop 102.5. take a look at this dash cram video. imagine driving out of a parking lot. and having a random person jump up and stomp on your windshield. she said she turned this video over to atlanta police. and they're now searching for this guy. >> jumped up there, stomped and walked away. >> so bizarre. the police trainees learn all sorts of skills. now, they're getting a lesson in history. still ahead, a look at the field trip the
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>> exactly. a live look at our tower cam. that's ominous looking. you might want to spend your days cooling off. relief from the sun isn't the only reason to hit the pool this season. workouts in the water can help you get fit for summer. >> news4 continues the series of exercise that may want to make you jump in and join in. >> reporter: on a hot summer day, who doesn't want to spend some time in a nice cool swimming pool. the good news is, you can cool off and get a great workout. >> eight and up, seven -- >> reporter: boot camp at lifetime fitness in reston, after a quick warmup -- >> try to keep those hips nice and square. >> reporter: -- it's time to hit the pool. in the water is where the workout begins. those constant movements. squatting, lifting, kicking, all done in just about three feet of water. every movement has a purpose. you're using your core muscles.
>> so the great benefit of this exercise is that you get to use the entire body. we're not concentrating on one part. we're actually working the entire body as we do it. so the exercises are including both the upper body and lower body. the core which goes all the way around, not just the stomach but you want to make sure the entire body is in shape. as we go through life. >> reporter: lifetime fitness says this is the first of its kind boot camp in water. the higher-end class give s the water gives you the higher intensity workout without the impact of some sports like running. >> you've got a little buoyancy in the water. not under as much stress. >> you've got less impact in the water and you also have a constant resistance which allows clean coordination. and proper alignment in your movements. and there's a massive impression which improves your respirations and recovery.
get wet to work out, don't worry, we have others tomorrow. we'll have a look at apps that will help you use your smartphone to get in shape. breaking news now. three attacks resulting in hostages being held. not too many details on the bombings and attacks in the middle east. gassing up and draining your bank account. new warning about a local skimming scene. we're working for you so you don't welcome the next victim. >> and you could get away with some long sleeves this morning. we have chilly temperatures. culpepper, 51 right now. grab an umbrella. showers in the forecast. tom went to washington to take on the insurance companies and the credit card companies
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>> that is true, guys, the firefighter fell through one of the floors of the town home. the last update we got from officials say he is expected to be okay. good news there. meanwhile, crews on the scene of 1500 greenbriar court in reston, virginia. we're told that the fire in is under control. they're still there putting out hot spots. everyone struggled to get out of the house which was an end unit. the bulk of that fire was in the rear of the home. still no word on what sparked. we do have a crew headed to the scene and we will continue to update the developing story. aaron and eun. right now, we're working several other developing stories as well. >> first, we want to get to your storm team 4 forecast with a big change coming to the weather today. >> yes, i nice cool change. you'd never know based on the way it feels right now. but we have heat coming. >> absolutely. that moves in back overhe
weekend. today -- oh, this is perfect running weather. get those miles in today, tomorrow and maybe friday. the heat is coming back. a couple of rain drops there on our camera license this morning. you may want to carry the umbrella. cloudy, cool, a little damp from time to time. not expecting any heavy rain but certainly enough drops. sunshine comes back. sizzling next week. right now, cool, cloudy and comfy outside. 50s to around 60 degrees. radar shows pockets of mist and drizzle. a lot of clouds, afternoon highs 60s maybe as low as 70 downtown. as we get to the weekend, oh, is it going to start to get warm around here. >> i like it. >> i know. i don't mind hot weather. but 95 -- >> not for running, though. >> in prince william county, 234 at university left lane blocked by a crash. 66 and 95 okay
northbound 95 at lorton, we have a truck still blocking that left lane. downtown northeast, remember, bladensburg road near 17th treat, have that power outage through the every. a lot of dark lights going to have to treat those as stops. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, a live look at clopper, no major issues. >> melissa, thank you. just in, five people died in that attack in iran while you were sleeping. you could hear the gunshots at the parliament building in in tehran. groups targeted two different places a parliament there and a shrine. one was a suicide bomber. dozens were injured. angie goff is following this at the live desk and we'll update
and there's another story that we're following on the international level, aaron. this one out of london where new this morning, another person has been arrested in connection with the london attack that happened over the weekend. now, looking at video of raids from yesterday, it caused a flurry of those raids that followed the attack on the near london bridge that killed seven people. all of the attackers were shot dead. out of the more than dozen arrested after that rampage, two do remain in custody this morning. at this morning, police are limited on details. they're not releasing much on why exactly those two are in custody. it's 6:33. now to some other top stories, grief counselors will be at northwest high school in germantown today after two students were murdered. someone shot and killed two graduating seniors monday night. it happened while they were sitting in a car in montgomery
shadi najjar and artem ziberov was supposed to graduate yet. new development in the russia investigation, this centers around the director of national intelligence dan coats and donald trump. according to a report in march, the president asked coats if he could intervene with james comey to get the bureau to back off of the russia investigation. coats reportedly told associates that he felt that would be inappropriate. current and former members of maryland state university say enough is enough when it comes to hate crimes. ♪ amazing grace >> the group dc united against hate came together in northeast d.c. last night. the death of richard collins iii has become a national rallying point. the suspected killer was a member of a facebook group called the alt-right. organizers of last night's event want t
movement, similar to the civil rights movements. >> it doesn't look like we're going any further. you know, it's more hatred today i see, you know, than when i was coming up as a child. >> organizers say they want to meet frequently to grow their anti-hate campaign. d.c. police say they're doing their part to overcome their troubled past with communities of color. yesterday, a group of officers, new cadets and the police chief toured the national museum of african-american history and culture. chief peter newsham said there's always an opportunity to learn from the past. several of the cadets also shared their experiences in a video promoting d.c. police. we have shown you how to look out for atm skimmers, those machines that can steal your bank account. >> there's now a new warning the next time you fill up your gas tank. fairfax county police are
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look at the high temperatures, 70 degrees, we're talking about 90s returning coming up, melissa. >> good morning, still have the problem on 95 northbound at lorton with one lane blocked here this morning. we're going to take a look at the beltway and your travel time straight ahead. but we want to remind you of this, bladensburg road near 17th street, a lot of traffic lights out there because of i power outage. so treat those like a stop sign. a new report from business insider said that sears holding corporation is shutting down 72 additional stores by september. this is in addition to the 180 stores that were previously announced to close. the stores are closing because of underperforming sales. four of the stores were in virginia. one is in maryland. for a complete list of the stores that are closing in the washington app. george and amal clooney are now the proud parents of twins. theyco
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breaking news -- more terror attacks overseas. a new suicide bombing overnight. >> we saw them come running towards us. we had to keep running. >> tourists terrified. chaos at the world famous notre dame cathedral. a new call to action from isis. free range parents. a local mom made famous by her parenting style is ready to take on a new challenge. why you kill my son? what you have to gain? >> murdered hours before graduation day. teens killed in a hail of bullets.
[ gunfire ] >> a father's grief and the hunt for a killer. >> you're going to be caught. montgomery county police are trying to help a grieving father find answers to why someone would kill his son. >> 17-year-old shadi najjar and 18-year-old artem ziberov were shot and killed monday night while sitting in a car in montgomery village. now families that were supposed to be preparing to send their kids to college are planning funerals. news4's justin finch is live at their high school. >> reporter: students and staff here, counselors here to help those who knew their friends to process losing them. a photograph of 17-year-old
we spoke with his family. they sell us he was very good friends with artem ziberov. the principal said they had a positive impact on the peers and school. which makes the why outstanding who would murder them monday night in najjar's car. they were both miles away from their germantown home. najjar said he spoke with his son shadi hours before he was killed not knowing it would be his last time seeing his son alive. >> i say i do, i do, i love my boy. >> reporter: najjar also tells us he has not gotten his son's phone back. he does not know if it was stolen or perhaps still in the car. also police looking for tips a
offered. bark to you. >> justin finch live in german tourn, than town. a prince george's mother facing 45 years in prison for suffocating her son and daughter. sonya spoon pled guilty to killing them in their home in cheverly. the grandmother called police. spoon killed the children two days after she was released. you can hear the gunshots in response outside of the parliament, where gunman formed a chamber. we now know the death toll has risen. five people were killed. more than 25 wounded. you can see the rapid response outside the grounds there one of two attacks. it happened in the capital city of tehran.
shrine of ayatollah khomeini. that killed two and injured others. no one was claimed responsibility for these twin attacks. back to you, aaron. >> angie, thank you. also developing this morning -- we found out the identity of a man accused of attacking a police officer in paris. prosecutors tell nbc news that farid eye tried to attack officers. screaming this is for syria. he's in the hospital right now. according to prosecutors, he's 40 years old and unknown to french authorities. former fbi director james comey is going to get a lot of questions tomorrow and some of them could center on what he told attorney general jeff sessions. according to the "the new york times," comey told sessions that he didn't want to be left alone again with president trump. that conversation came after
president reportedly asked comey to end the investigation into michael flynn. this comes off the report of "washington post" that says sessions offered to resign after his relationship with the president deterred. the president refused the offer. >> scott mac facfarlane has a r look inside the hearing room. a montgomery county mother accused of neglecting her children by letting them walk home alone is running for the county council. you may remember danielle and her family who made headlines for the free range parenting styles with self-reliance and responsibilities among children, according to them. she said she's running over concerns of the quality of education in montgomery county. she filed all of the necessary paperwork to run in 2018. she and her husband were both charged with neglect in 2015. the
charges. if you want to bike the park, construction may change your use. part of the multiuse trail from tilden street and porter north will be closed. crews will be repaving the trail across bluff ridge. this is part of the larger beach drive project running through the fall of 2019. and those water main repairs are a problem in camp springs again this morning. crews are fixing a pipe and fire hydrant on allentown road. now, there aren't many delays right now. traffic getting by. the work will be happening during the rush hour this morning. so there's your heads-up. we have breaking news right now -- >> that news out of fairfax county after a fire broke out at a townhome in reston. >> news4's kristenri
tell us what's going on. >> reporter: we have literally just arrived. this is a group of townhomes. the damage is mostly in the back. you can't see much of it, but what you do see is all of the fire activity here. what happened, though, is that one of the firefighters actually fell through a floor in the townhouse. and that firefighter was taken to the hospital and is being evaluated right now. we're told that that firefighter should be okay. now, the piece of good news is that the woman who lives in this townhouse had already left for work and was not home when the fire started. so right now, firefighters just finishing up. and now the investigation begins as to what exactly started this fire. but again, one firefighter fell through a floor here and was taken to the hospital. and should recover. back to you. >> thanks, kristin.
and melissa mollet. >> we'll start with the beltway. outer loop before colesville road we do have a disabled vehicle on the right shoulder that could add to a slowdown de top of the beltway. 66 is just fine. 95 northbound virginia at lorton we still have that truck blocking the left lane. bladensburg road near 17th a lot of traffic lights out there because of that power outage so treat that as a stop. as we widen out you can see no real major issues right now this is what aaron was talking about in camp springs allentown between 5 and auth, one lane getting by. 270 at montrose looking good sosh southbound. travel times okay on 270. a little slow. outer loop to colesville. 66, 95, going 30 miles per hour on both sides. remember to listen to
fm when you hop in the car. good morning, melissa. a lot of clouds have moved in during the overnight hours. expect a cloudy day tote. and pockets of light rain and mist and drizzle at just about any point in time, particularly through early this morning. expect 4 things about the next 4 days. clouds and drizzle for today. cloudy, staying cool tomorrow. bright sunshine back in the forecast. things warm up big time by saturday and into the second half of the weekend. tomorrow is national best friends day. we want to see a picture of your best friend. i took harry truman's advice and i got a dog. but you may actually have a picture of a friend. share them tomorrow. 50s and 60s as you step out the door. pockets of mist and drizzle out there right now. temperatures today with all of the clouds and drizzle chances can around will stay in the 60s.
today. sheena's talking about that big warmup coming our way for the weekend. good morning, morning, chuck, y we're talking about the warmup in the forecast. feeling a lot like summer. normal high this time of year is 82 degrees. told around 70. tomorrow, 73. then we jump up closer to normal by friday. into the weekend. look at that, 87 for your saturday. so, here's what's going on, we have this cool air in place right now. that's going to move away. look at this hot air moving in just west of the area. then we go into next week, we stay hot. this is going to stick around from sunday to wednesday. beyond, and those 90s in the forecast. let's take a look at the ten-day, chuck. >> you there go, enjoy the cool cloudy weather today and tomorrow. 92 on sunday, 95 monday and tuesday, both by the time we get to monday, tuesday, wednesday, humidity incin
hot, hazy and humid summer weather moves in starting on sunday. stays with us all next week. it is 6:56. and here are the 4 things to know before you head outdoor this morning. a firefighter was injured after falling through the floor of a burning townhouse this morning near reston. a firefighter was taken to the hospital for nonlife-threatening injuries. out of iran, seven people are dead in two separate attacks. five were killed at the parliament building. two others died at a shrine. the latest coming up on the "today" show. this morning, grief counselors will be at a high school in germantown to help students. two students were shot and killed while sitting in their car at germantown village. one day be
new york times" reports that comey asked attorney general jeff sessions to keep him from being left alone with the president. the "today" show will have details on that and the latest on the russia investigation next. and a cool and cloudy day next. drizzle around and few showers posh later. we're warming up, sunshine for the weekend. look at the heat wave. we have a lot of days with 90 degree temperatures. >> okay, chuck and sheena, that is the broadcast. >> the "today" show is next, we'll see you in 25 minutes for news, weather andtr af 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.
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good morning. breaking news. rare terror attacks in iran's capital. gunmen opening fire inside parliament and at a nearby shrine. at least two people dead. more than 30 others wounded. this morning isis reportedly claiming it was behind both attacks. never again, a new report claims then fbi director james comey asked the attorney general not to leave him alone with president trump. this after that meeting where he allegedly felt pressured to end an investigation into a key white house adviser. and a new report that the attorney general offered to resign. amid growing tension between him and the presiden