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it was the worse mass shooting. on this somber occasion mourners are marking this day with flowers and candles marking it as orlando united. >> and the name of each pulse victim was read alive. the concert went into the night in downtown d.c. ♪ ♪ >> thousands of people packed on to pennsylvania avenue for the annual celebration of pride and unity. the crowd stayed throughout the day despite the extreme heat out there. many at the festival also marched through the streets in an ee quality march. they passed by the white house and said why there is a call to action. >> what's really important to note is what we're trying to fight against is the roll back of some of the wins we've
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already had sk. >> many of the people tell us they're happy the festival grows each weekend. we want to thank you for showing us your pride with all of your photos that you sent us. you can see them in our nbc washington app as well as moments from the march and the parade. 4:31. d.c. delegate elwill le elenor nordegren never received an invitation. she was put on a wait list. she would also have to pay at least $600 in fees to be on that list. so she decided not to go. well, the capital pride organization said that they respect representative holmes norton very much and that they are looking into what happened. 4:31. molette green is at the live desk for us now. >> she has details on a new
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hi, molette. >> reporter: hello. this could be major, potentially uniq unique. attorneys general in d.c. and maryland possibly filing this lawsuit later today a causing the president of violating anticorruption clauses. the suit would focus on payments and benefits to the president's businesses from foreign governments and failure to keep promises to separate public and private businesses. if a federal judge lets this move forward, one of the first steps could be to demand copies of the president's tax returns. that is the latest from the live desk. back to you now. >> mow let, thank you. on capitol hill all eyes will be on attorney general jeff sessions. he's scheduled to appear before the senate intelligence committee tomorrow. edward lawrence will have details on what lawmakers want to hear. it is official, melania and baron trump are now living at the white house.
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memories we will make in our new home. the first lady had been living in trump tower in new york city with her son baron so he could finish up school there for the past year. baron we know will attend saint andrews episcopal church this fall. starting today you'll have to pay to park in certain areas on the national park. the only free parking will be on ohio drive in east potomac park. new parking meters are helped to prevent drivers from taking up spaces for hours on end. you can play by credit card or local. one of the most iconic views in our area will be a bit of an eye sore for tourists. they start to drain the lincoln memorial reflecting pool. they're trying to destroy a parasite that killed 80 ducks so far. it's found in snails which are t
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>> he scores! hagelin with 13.6 to go! >> that sealed it. the pittsburgh penguins are stanley cup champions again after defeating the nashville predators last night. it's the second straight championship for the penguins and the second consecutive mvp win for penguins star sidney crosby. they've won five championships. >> back to back. for news 4, we want to get a check on your weather and traffic. >> melissa will have a look at the roads. we'll start with chuck bell on the weather alert day. almost 80 degrees already in d.c., chuck. >> those of us who live in the urban heat aisle, it doesn't cool down a whole lot at night. national airport part of the temperature trend
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temperatures during the overnight. also annapolis, our friends and neighbors by the chesapeake bay. bay waters getting warmer and warmer. it's getting difficult to cool down in annapolis. washington, 76 degrees. once you get away from the water and city, isn't too bad. 66 in gaithersburg, front royal, marti martinsburg. hazy and humid by 10:00 a.m. in the 90ed by lunchtime today. very poor air quality. if you have outdooryard work to do, do it early or very late. for filling up your gas tank, either do it before 8:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. because the fumes that come out of your gas tank make the air quality all the worse. temperature trend over the next few days, we have to swelt ter through today and tomorrow.
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those routes are just fine. don't have any big worries there. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, nice and clear. a little slowdown there. inner loop as you're approaching 66. don't have a report of anything there. could be something with late clearing, broken down tire, something like that. taking a look at the bottom of the beltway, don't have any issues there. live look at 95 at pohick road, looking good. a good 14 years or so i have been using drugs. >> it is the interview you'll only see here on news 4. what the former fairfax city mayor has to say about his arrest for trading meth for sex. and the production of a popular show suspended. the sexual misconduct accusations that have a spinoff of "the bachelor" now on hold.
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see further drops in retail gas prices. >> you know what, some guys really can throw down in the kitchen. check it out, a group of ma'am tur and sl-- amature chefs thre it down. guys whipped up treats like macaroni and cheese at the university of the district of columbia. molette green there enjoying some good food, apparently. shamari said they made sliders and it was a big hit there. >> they were good. >> which doesn't surprise me. >> he gave a shout out to his wife crystal on the twitter saying she did help him out. >> of course. >> appreciate the wife. there you go. the heat is on, and so is the humidity. look at some of the current temperatures out there this morning. a lot of places already in the 70s. that's nothing compared to what it's going to feel like later today. chuck bell is back with a closer look at that on this storm team 4 weather ale
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good morning, everybody. it is, indeed, a quiet start to the day today. if you're going to be doing stuff outside, runners may have to shave a couple of miles off that distance. cyclers, don't forget to carry some extra water. pool goers, spf 30 plus today. eating outside? yeah, only if you can do it in the shade. i have your whole ten day forecast to show you when the heat wave breaks. chilly video, a woman
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chained by her neck and held captive by a serial killer. a former mayor of fairfax city breaking his silence. what he has to say about that scene that took him and his career down in an interview you'll see only on news 4. i'm molette green at the live desk. a jagged vertical hole in the side of an airplane engine. details just coming in. take a look at it. that's what it looked like. that's the left engine of this airbus. passengers on a flight from sydney to shanghai describe seeing a massive noise and smelling something burning. they had to move all the passengers from the left side of the plane. they did safely return to sydney after. that is the latest. aaron, back to you now. >> molette, thank you. 4:44 right now. it's going to be another big week of testimony in the russia investigation. >> attorney general jeff sessions is set to testify before the senate intelligence committee tomorrow.
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fbi director james comey raised questions about sessions and russia in his testimony last week. news 4's edward lawrence joins us live from capitol hill. edward, what questions is sessions likely to get? will this hearing be open or will it be private? >> reporter: good morning, aaron and angie. at the moment we don't know if it's going to be an open session or behind closed doors. attorney general jeff sessions was supposed to speak in front of an appropriations committee before the house and senate which is a public committee. some are saying he made this offer to speak before the senate intelligence committee because there was the option to make it a closed door meeting and that's what he would like. democrats would like to have an open public meeting. he's going to be asked about his meetings with the russians and if the president tried to interfere in the russian probe. >> edward lawrence for us live onap
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it is a revealing interview you'll only see here on news 4. the once beloved mayor of fairfax city arrested in an undercover meth sting is opening up about his past struggles with drugs and his fall from grace. scott silverthorn spoke to scott culver about the police sting where he handed meth to undercover cops. >> i handed it to them and they held it up and i thought, something's not right. and then within a literal split second they both jumped out of the car and two or three suvs descended on the car that i was sitting in and, you know, the police emerged. >> something you'd see in a movie? >> basically, yes. >> did your heart drop in that moment? >> well, of course. i mean, it's never -- it's never an easy thing to go through, but i -- i knew somethi
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david's exclusive interview with sill they arethorne tonight right here on nbc 4. today the security camera footage from the night a penn stage fraternity pledge was hurt. he died from traumatic brain injury after he fell down the stairs after a night of heavy drinking. investigators say fraternity members waited 12 hours to get piazza help. today we'll find out if there is enough evidence to put those members on trial. police in the district need help finding two teenagers. this is a picture of 14 zavadecia who canaday. she was last seen on thursday and 16-year-old jasmine gibson went missing on try. she was last seen on dick's street near division avenue in northeast. if you can help, please contact police. today marks 50 years since the supreme court struck down state bans on
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marriage. the case known as loving versus district of virginia. they were sentenced to a year in jail. the main question in the question, did virginia's laws violate the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment. the justice's unanimous decision ended all illegal race-based decisions in the country. >> the winner of the huge powerball jackpot can claim the prize as early as this morning. >> rounding it out tonight with the number 58. your powerball number tonight is 3. >> those were the winning numbers worth $447.8 million. one winning ticket was sold in california. we know that that was sold at a store in sun city about 80 miles from los angeles. whoever has that winning ticket has to claim it within a year. >> we
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$1 million? >> we do? >> yes, the owner who sold the ticket. they always get a little something. >> smaller prizes along the way. >> the holder of the winning ticket is probably finding a lawyer first. >> exactly. >> get lawyered up. >> security detail. >> we're going to identify all known relatives before we announce that we won half a billion. >> that's right. because everybody becomes cousins after a big win. talking about the weather today, looks like day two of a three-day heat wave. >> yeah, it will be another s e sizzler. >> thanks to those who came out to the pride parade. we had a great time over the course of the weekend and off to a quiet start. skies are mostly clear out here early and very muggy. 76. that's at national airport. one of our typical warm spots. there are cooler
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66 at dulles, 66 gaithersburg and 64 in frederick. 72 in hagerstown. 70 degrees at the ground of the university of virginia. suburbs, 60s here for the next couple of hours. sun's coming up at 5:42 this morning. so sunrise before 6:00 a.m. means the temperatures will be jumping. we'll be near 80 degrees by 9:00. 86 degrees by 11. going to be near 90 by noon. high today, 95. that would tie the record at national airport. crowd going to be within a day or two of breaking the record. poor air quality today and tomorrow. the area of high pressure sitting on top of us. the daily pollution doesn't have a chance to get blown out. if you're going down to the nats game tonight at 7:05 p.m., still about 92 degrees on the way down to the stadium. temperatures at mid 80
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repeat performance of today on tomorrow. afternoon highs in the mid 90s. heat index up near 100. precious little in terms of rain chances. tomorrow there could be a slight chance for an isolated shower or two in the shenandoah valley. here's future weather to help you out. nothing showing up on future weather for today and tonight. tomorrow, maybe that slightest little chance of a stray shower or two. i think most of us will have to wait until wednesday afternoon. that's when our thunderstorm chances come back. once they're back, we get the heat and rain chances in and out of here for most of the remainder of the week. wednesday and friday best chances for rain. wednesday through sunday or monday the best chance. best news i can give you, melissa mollet, increased rain chances mean decreased chances. a reminder for you on metro here this morning for safe track, remember on the orange line
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stations shut down because of a surge. new carrollton, landover, cheverly, deanwood and carolina avenue. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, no major problems. inner loop as you're approaching 7, a little bit slow. that's when we had the slowdown this morning. no report of anything but we'll keep our eye on it as things progress. 270 here northbound/southbound at copier roper road, no proble. 95 from 32 down to the beltway, no issues there. southbound you can go 68 miles per hour. get there in 10 minutes. out of town near the airport also clear. aaron? >> melissa, thank you. chained by the neck. held captive in a shipping container. a south carolina woman rescued from an accused several
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the dramatic rescue of a woman who was held captive by a serial killer in south carolina. now prosecutors released the video showing deputies cutting through a locked shipping container to get to kayla brown. she had been in captivity for more than two months. now the video was taken last november in the case of confessed serial killer todd kolhef. they found kayla handcuffed with her neck chained to the wall. she had been sexually assaulted by her kidnapper. they asked her about her missing boyfriend. >> he shot him? >> he shot him? >> todd kohlhepp. put him in the bucket of the tractor, locked me down here, i've never seen him again. >> now investigators later found three bodies on todd kolhepp's body including car very's.
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murders. he pleaded guilty to those and other crimes. he's now serving life in prison without parole. today bill cosby's defense team will begin presenting his case in his sexual assault trial right outside of philadelphia. there is a question whether cosby will take the stand to testify. his lawyers are not saying anything about it yet. last week andrea constant said cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her. cosby has denied it. filming has been suspended for abc's "bachelor in paradise." warner brothers is investigating accusations of misconduct. still not clear what kind of misconduct has been claimed but once the investigation is over, they will take, quote, appropriate action. the show "bachelor in paradise" brings them together in another effort to find love. dea
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sponsorship of a play. the airline had sponsored the public theater for the past three years but in a series of tweets said it was pulling funding because it, quote, crossed the line and of good taste and, quote, doesn't reflect the company's values. news 4 begins now with storm team 4. >> we begin at 5:00 a.m. with a storm team 4 weather alert. want to get you right to the current temperatures out there this morning. take a look at your screen there. places like the district at fredericksburg already in the upper 70s. gaithersburg pushing 70 degrees already this morning. >> yeah. >> a lot of us sniffling around here including chuck dealing with allergies on top of all of this. weather affecting everybody. good morning, everybody. i'm angie goff in for eun. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. we appreciate you getting up with us. if you're walking to work or the
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take extra water with you. >> give yourself plenty of time today. take a nice and easy walk. take it slow. we want to get the very latest on the forecast with chuck before we take a look at the roads early with melissa. hey, chuck. >> light weight, light colored clothing i'm out here in a navy blue suit. i have to keep an eye over my shoulder, the sprinklers are on and i'm trying not to get sprayed. muggy start this morning. mid 70s in downtown locations. mid to upper 60s and cooler in the suburbs. 65 in charlestown, west virginia. 63 out in beautiful, la ray, virginia. i hear the water splashing behind me now. 87 degrees by 11:00 a.m., 92 by 2:00, 95 by 4:00. don't forget your spf. low to mid 90s. 95 at nashville
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how long our heat wave is going to last, that's coming up in the forecast in a few more minutes. for now it is time to go to melissa mollet who is not in danger of getting sprayed. >> no. i'm very protected in here but i would really, really love that this morning. 270 northbound and southbound, no problems out here. 66 in town and out of town no problems. 95 from virginia to quantico, no problems. we have pretty light volume all over the place. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, don't have any major issues there. live look there going good. >> melissa, thank you. 5:00 right now. storm team 4 weather alert day. with things expected to get down right toasty, people are goin


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