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>> you do. temperature wise, 72 here in washington. 73 by the bay. most of the near neighborhoods are in the 60s. the daily grade, we're going to give it very good. i couldn't go outstanding because i think 90 degrees at e the end of september is outrageous. a touch of humidity and poor air air quality. short sleeves and sunglasses otherwise. a little deodorant as well. what about traffic? let's go over to dave. >> 50 eastbound, we're looking at an accident broking the left side. traffic is getting by to the right despite the fact
fairly large response. more volume on inbound lanes and that's looking good. the roadwork between college park, all that has ramp wrapped up. we're following breaking news near the white house. a man undergoing a mental evaluation was a he was caught with weapons. >> cnn reports the man had nine guns and three knives in his car. it happened yesterday morning near 17th street and pennsylvania avenue northwest. the man reportedly told the secret service he wanted to talk to white house officials including the defense secretary about missing paychecks. president trump is making changes to his controversial travel ban. the current ban has expired now. it restricted people from traveling to t.s
a new ban will take effect in october. . it will keep five of the same countries on that list. chad, venezuela and north korea will be added to the new list. sudan is no longer a part of the travel ban. we have breaking news right now. we just found out about a stabbing in northern virginia. >> angie goff at the live desk. they are calling this a homicide now. >> they are, good morning. for those who live out in this area, talked with police and they say there's no ongoing threat in the region right now. so some good news there, but the investigation continues after a 40-year-old man was stabbed last night. he did die. this happened on edwards ferry road. we're waiting on more information about the attacker. we're going to break back in with any new information we get. that's the latest from the live desk.
seeing all over your news feed this morning. there is the redskins honer who took to the field with his team. some players stood and locked arms while others decided to kneel. on the other side of the field, here the entire offensive line sat down. this is the only o-line in the entire nfl made up entirely of african-american players. >> in response to president trump's remarks on friday, we saw an increased number of protest all over football yesterday. more than 100 players took a knee during the anthem on sunday. three teams decided to sit out altogether. >> president trump was watching football yesterday and tweeted about it. he said sports fans should never condone players who don't stand for the national anthem and stated the nfl should change its policy. and rarely has the sidelines been so front and center before the first whistle. >> the conversation over kneeling has been a hot topic since colin kaepernick started
protesting police brutality last seas season. megan mcgrath is live with more on what the players had had to say about the entire issue. >> good morning, the singing of the national anthem watched very closely last night as politics and football mixed on the field. take a look at the video. players on teams across the country either knelt or locked arms in a show of solidarity against remarks made by the president. following last night's win over the raiders, the skins quarterback josh norman and vernon davis talked to news 4 about their e feelings on the controversy. >> words are powerful. they can either ewe neat you or divide. you. >> if you want to make it right, help out the cause instead of turning people against you as the president of the united states of america. help make it right.
the green belt metro station. we're talking to football fans getting their reaction to what happened. i'll have all that coming up at 6:00 a.m. back to you guys. >> megan mcgrath live for us, thank you. the reaction didn't just take place on the field. it was all over the internet as well. players and teams were posting responses to what frump said. we have seen feelings from the other side as well. we'll break it down in a few minutes. we have to talk about that redskins game. because we are two wins in a row now and looking good. >> news 4's carol maloney has the story now from fedex field. >> signs of sol didarity took t national spotlight here. but the story on the field, the redskins defense. four sacks, two interceptions, redskins holding what was one of the league's highest powered
one touchdown enroute to a 27-10 redskins win. >> i feel like we played a complete game. i feel like we played solid for 60 minutes. >> we did that on both sides of the ball. the offense played great. >> when you see our defense just giving it their all, going all out like that, we have to put on a show and just keep this crowd going. >> third straight game chris thompson has found the end zone. more friem prooim time coming for your 2-1 redskins. coming up next monday night, they are in kansas city to face the undefeated chiefs. carol maloney, news 4 sports. >> undefeated, we need to change that right now. we have the momentum. so exciting. >> there were a few special people that joined our pat collins at that
>> she won our contest. here are some of the highlights. >> when snoop dog is in town, this is his ride. tonight this is my ride. me and my guest. her and her son alex, they won the contest to go to the redskins game with me. she's a widow. her husband promised to take alex here to a redskins game, but he passed before e he could do it. tonight she's making good on that promise. >> he thought i was playing. when he realized. >> i'm going to leave a credit card footprint here. >> snoop dogg, pat collins, puts them together. >> clearly they go together.
>> there were more than 2800 people that entered the contest. so congratulations to her and her son. >> i think that's going to be a memory that will last a lifetime. >> for a lot of people, i would imagine. 5:08 is our time now. ♪ >> jennifer hudson on it too. the return of "the voice." >> still ahead, a preview soft some of the contesta tetestants be rooting for. and a preview of summer may come to an end. temperatures once again right around that 90 degree mark. but fall is making its return. we'll be talking about that on that ten-day forecast and an update on marie that's coming up on the other side of the break.
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it may look like a perfect weekend to hit the beach, but some swimmers should not have gotten into the water in new jersey. three dozen people had to be rescued. hurricane maria caused dangerous rip currents to make the water unsafe. >> let's turn things over to lauryn ricketts. >> the latest on maria is she's now downgraded to actually a category one hurricane at this point. and she's going to continue to move up the eastern sea board creating large swells and some rip currents. jersey and the new york area, they have some rip currents warnings throughout that entire region. and that mainly was from jose. that was left over. now they are going to get a double doze of it because maria is going to roll up the coast and create some rough surf around the region. be careful if you're headed to the beaches. we're looking at the latest track. ca
all the time. the latest track has it coming up to sea. then jets on out. we'll show you that track with chuck coming up in a few minutes. 5:13 is your time. we have new video this morning. police say this man opened fire at what should be one of the safest places in the community. this happened in nashville yesterday morning. one person was killed and six others injured. police say 25-year-old emanuel sampson's first victim was a woman walking to her car from the chapel church of christ. he then allegedly walked through the main sanction ware door the a the rear of the church he once attended and began indiscriminate indiscriminately shooting. the church usher was able to stop sampson after he accidently shot himself. >> little rock, arkansas, is marking a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement. 60 years ago today,e
central high school there in little rock. three years earlier, the supreme court declared schools unconstitutional. the surviving members took part in a discussion about race in america and education. >> i think the question would be when are we going to acknowledge that we still have a tremendous amount of work to do rather than focus on that concept of progress. >> then actually do the work pr bill clinton will deliver the keynote address today at central high school. >> such a pivotal moment in history. one of the most popular museums in d.c. is celebrating a major milestone. the national museum of african-american history and culture marked its one-year anniversary over the weekend. crowds packed the museum both inside and out. the museum celebrated with music, dance and interactive programs and even though the museum has only been ope
year, you still need a ticket to get inside because there's so many visitors who want to see it. you need to go more than one time. they have estimated 3 million people have already visited. >> for a lot of people, it takes more than one trip. i have been twice now and i think i have seen just about everything. but i think i went in december and june. and i'm still got more to see. >> i need to go. today is the day. the "today" show is getting a brnd new look with megyn kelly. she's the new host of the 9:00 hour. her broadcast will be in front of a live studio audience each morning. she says you can expect stories that bring people together and uplifting news as well. megyn will have the entire cast of "will and grace." that's at 9:00 this morning. >> when they get together. >> when does their show start? >> "this is us" is tuesday and thursday is "will a
>> i can't wait. >> it's deliberate they planned it this way. >> "the voice" returns tonight with a brand new judge. >> grammy and oscar winner jennifer hudson joins the panel and she's going to fit right in with the rest of the judges. >> tell me what i'm about to do. >> are they standing up and throwing things? >> wow, all right. can't wait to see what caused that moment. jennifer hudson is coming from the uk version of "the voice" and it's exciting to see what she's going to bring. hudson, miley cyrus, adam levine and blake shelton are looking for the hottest new talent when the show premiers at 8:00 p.m. here on nbc 4. so much talent on one stage. >> she's not having to ease into this. she's done the uk version and know what is she's doing. >> different than "america's got talent." >> this is all
>> fair enough. head to head competition between summer and fall -- fall was winning. >> i thought it was all in the home stretch. >> summer is back. for at least another day or so. and the tail end of the hurricane season not really slowing down much. lee is way out to sea. you're looking at the satellite loop. this is maria. the category one hurricane out here. 300 miles off the coast of cape hatteras. it's not moving very fast. any time these storms go slowly, the longer they are hanging out there, the more tricky they get. so far, though, the way it's looking is the next 24 hours a continueuation of the north to slightly northwestward track. so wednesday at 2:00, a little bit of a recurvature. only 150 miles off cape hatteras and 200 miles below the mouth of the bay. the water will remain rough. big waves and rip currents will remain an issue this week. but by thursday, the storm making a noticeable right-hand tu
pulls out thursday we'll get a northwest wind around here. i don't think the storm is going to be close enough to bring much of a rain threat into our region. 72 degrees under a clear sky. one thing you need to worry about with today in addition to the high temperatures, code orange on the air quality. so for the very young and folks with heart and respiratory issue, take it easy for your plans today. temperature wise, 60s to start. 80 by lunchtime today and highs in the 80s to near 90. 95 is the record. that's safe for another year. but the average high now only 76 degrees. so 10 to 15 degrees above average this afternoon with all the sunshine around. then for the next couple days a bit cooler tomorrow. because of maria's proximity, we'll get more cloud cover tomorrow. that will shave a good bit off the feels like factors around tomorrow. near 90 today. low 80s for tomorrow. the next couple days back with the
there. and then breezy on thursday as maria moves out and cooler weather comes in for the weekend. i'll give you the ten-day forecast in the next half hour. it's time to check on the monday morning commute. we have all the details. a health scare at another county fair. more illnesses reported and centers around a popular attraction. the warning about which one you may want to avoid. a snakebite danger. a woman battle iing infection ar a bad bite and it's where it. happened that will make you want to be more cautious the next time you eat out. and coming up today on ellen, the cast of "this is us" stops by ahead of tomorrow's season premier. you know i'm excited about one. hear about the upcoming season. stick around nor ns 4ew
tonight i'm taking a knee for america. >> here you see it's not just football players taking a knee this weekend at the global citizen festival in new york. stevie wonder highlighted injustice with that move. he knelt on stage with a show of solidarity with professional athletes who have been taking a knee during the national anthem. president trump denounced those players. >> that festival aired on msnbc, which along with comcast is a media partner of that event. people were also coming together for peace in schaar lotsville during a concert for charlott charlottesville. thousands packed the stadium to hear performances from big name there is the roots, pharrell willms
many others. donations were raised to help the families and first responders of the deadly august protests that involved hate groups. this next story might have you looking down a little bit more. this is so bizarre. a woman in virginia was bitten by a copperhead snake while she was inside a restaurant in spoths the county. her foot became the size of a grapefruit after the snake dug into her while she was at the long horn steak house. she said she is out of the hospital. her boyfriend and son killed the snake. a spokesman for the restaurant says they will help her and keep looking for ways to prevent this from happening again. >> a lot of you have been talking about this on the nbc washington facebook page. it's one of those bizarre things that in truth it could happen at any oo
but you can't live your life in fear. you have to eat. >> but did you see the size of her ankle. we'll hope for the best. you can log on and leave your comments ob our facebook page. take a look. this is probably not the best way to commute to work. the story behind this wild train ride. plus swine flu scare a new county fair concern and warning going out to parents and what's being done about it. and dave is here with a check on your traffic. >> good morning, southbound baltimore washington parkway, we're watching a broke b down bus being cleared south of 198. right here in constitution avenue, the westbound lanes are blocked toward virginia. you can't get out on the roosevelt bridge. inbound traffic is slow to take a look. more on this and the traffic tie ups in
victory. fans have a lot to brag about this morning. >> i'm adam tuss. could be a big disruptive day for the purple line. you heard about the trail being closed, well the trees are at the center of a controversy. i'll tell you what's going on. you're watching news 4 today. just about a 5:30 on a monday morning. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. can you believe how hot and humid the weather is right now? we had to check the date. it's september 25th. it's crazy. and guess what, that hot weather is continuing as we start the workweek. there is some change, though, coming. meteorologist chuck bell and lauryn ricketts are here with a look at what you can expect. >> good morning. >> quiet start, but it was warm yesterday. 92. >> then we made it into the upper 80s on saturday. sarchlg only 77
>> i was reminded on my drive in. this seems outrageous. i was here 2010, seven years ago. the record for yesterday, 99 degrees set in 2010. that was one of our hottest summers on record around here. 99 on september 25th, 2010. that was the hottest we have been that late in the year. we'll be dangerously close to 90 again today. we won't be near 90 tomorrow because there's more clouds around. maria may impact our late tuesday and wednesday weather. we'll keep a close eye on that. a little fog in frederick county and patchy fog in rural areas. but that's about it. otherwise a mild start to what will turn into a warm, bordering on hot kind of day. temperatures, sun is up at 6:59. tomorrow, 11 hours and 58 minutes as we g below 12 hours a day. near 90 today. we have enough warm
forecast, you can use our nbc washington app to track it and follow me on social immediamedi chuck bell. we'll be talking about the rest of the week coming up in a few more minutes. let's go over to dave for traffic. >> constitution avenue, you're looking right at a crash that's blocking traffic from getting to the outbound bridge. you can see the peace institute. the inbound traffic is is coming in slowly past this crash and to the right. so toward the national mall and downtown, you can get by for now. it's going to take awhile to clean this one up. maryland, delays are easing. the breakdown has been cleared. eastbound on 50, near the south river, a vehicle flipped over along the left side. they are righting the thing now.
travelers will face troubles getting into the u.s. the president signed a proclamation that adds three countries to the travel ban list. this new plan will replace the one that just expired. valid visas will not be revoked. this was the scene at a tennessee church after police say a man opened fire sunday night. 25-year-old emanuel sampson is accused of shooting a woman as she walked to her car. he then walked through the main door of the church and began shooting indiscriminately. an usher was able to stop him. take a look at this picture. she's been missing since friday when she left her home on bethesda church road in damas s damascus. she was headed to her job but never made it. her family is worried about her. call police if you have seen her. did you see the game? the offense was really clicking. the defense was strong.
should happen. >> defense wins games. the redskins showed why they deserve to be on top. >> thompson will get to the end zone for a redskins touchdown. chris thompson is having such a great season already. this was the first of three touchdowns for the skins. if you didn't stay up, the raiders did not score in the first half at all. carol maloney will show us what players had had to say at 6:00. next up for washington they play the chiefs on "monday night football" one week from today. reaction didn't just take place on the field. it was all over the b internet. players and teams are posting responses to what president trump said. we have side sade feelings from the other side as well. we'll break it down in a few minutes. a huge turnout expected tonight as the city tries to pick a new name for a controversial road. pa
named for confederate president jefferson davis. the city has decided to change the road's name, but it needs help. the hearing is happening at 7:30 at the oswald art center in alexandria. today there will be a vigil to remember a 16-year-old who had his whole life ahead of him. he was gunned down in an attempted robbery in southwest washington. police say the academy student and track star stabbed his attacker in self-defense. kelly was on his way home from a college-bound program when he died. on saturday students folded origami swans in his honor. police collected bags of evidence at a homicide and will be looking through it. we told you about this yesterday morning. police say two men were shot on cherry hill road. officers found in the seven springs apartments one of the men died. we don't know
this or whether police have any fleeds this case. fall is here and that means taking your family to the fair. but make sure you wash your hands. the great frederick fair had to close its pig barn after it discovered 11 pigs had the flu this weekend. the frederick news post says a child reported getting sick but the department of health says it's rare for pigs to pass on the disease. wash the hands as a precaution. last week at the charles county fair, seven people came down with the flu after touching infected pigs. a little music, shopping and eating. that's what residents did at the d.c. state fair. the eighth annual event held at the water front. residents indulged in food and contests and a lot more going on the. the weather made for a beautiful day to be at the fair. i think it continues. the skins weren't t
talk about full speed ahead. this guy in australia can say he went on the ride of a lifetime when he was caught on camera clinging to the back of a moving train. >> this is just not a smart move. >> this is what happens when they keep raise iing the fares these trains. >> the train is going 60 miles per hour. >> he's holding on like spiderman. this is like the super heroes. >> very dangerous. the man said he was holding on to the windshield wiper. that's not enough to keep you on a train. he was arrested at the next train stop. >> bad idea in general. >> don't do this at home. from the hospital to a homecoming dance, we shared their story of struggle and triumph. next you'll see how they celebrated a happy ending.
to be some progress for the purple line. the changes you will see this week and the impact on you. we're keeping a close eye on those temperatures as it's feeling more like summer. looking good for that commute in. grab the sunglasses on the way in. there's a little patchy fog out there. we're heating things up today before we cool them down. chuck has all the answers on that ten-day forecast and the numbers, coming up. keeping ab eye on this crash at constitution avenue west of 23rd street. traffic unable to get on to the outbound bridge. we'll eye out all the trouble
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and let you know the impact it may have on your week ahead, coming up in just a minute. a homecoming to remember. the special bond for a couple of kids. how it all began with a life-changing meeting at the hospital. >> when snoop dogg is in town, this is his ride. >> and date night with pat collins. the event that could make even some hip hop moguls jealous. it's now 5:44. it's been. talked about for months. now republicans have less than seven days to pass a bill to e repeal and replace the affordable care act. >> they are feeling pressure from the president to get it done. el ward lawrence is live on capitol hill. >> as early as wednesday. it's going to be very close on this one. now the public pitch though to start
ob capitol hill. thz going to be close. there are a number of republicans that have come out against it or are on the fence. what's centering around all this is the preexisting cbs. critics say the l plan offers a waiver to state that allows insurance companies to charge more for that group. or. drop those folks altogether. the administration insists the language is the same and preexisting conditions will be covered. but they need to flush all this out. . susan collins from maine and there's a revision floeltingaround that's going to be unveiled at this public hearing that would offer more money to those states with senator who is are on the fence. so we'll have to see what effect that will have. but regardless, this vote on wednesday, if it happens wednesday, will be close. >> let's say this vote doesn't. happen. is the effort dead then?
>> they are going to continue to try. you mentioned that seven-day dead line. after the dead line passes, the rules of the senate changes and they need a super majority or 60 votes instead of just the regular majority of 51. so democrats would have to come on board if they want the to do this. that's ub likely. >> live on capitol hill, thank you. >> we have breaking news at 5:456. the latest on a stabbing in northern virginia. >> angie goff is at the live desk. >> the man who died was 40 years old. the stabbing happening before midnight. this was on northeast just off edwards ferry road. at this point, police have not released any information about the suspect. but they say there's no threat to those of you who live in this area. we'll contue
>> angie goff for us at the live desk, thank you. it's 5:47. and court cases sitting for years. a massive backlog and families wanting answers. we found the immigration case load here in our area has skyrocketed. >> a new case can take four years to be heard. we have more on what's causing the crisis in the courts. >> the i-team found people whoen shouldn't be here get to stay for years and build a life while they wait and people who deserve to stay have family back home in danger while cases face delay after delay. >> people's lives are at risk. >> the president of the national association of immigration judges told us the system needs a major overhaul with more judges and a better way to prioritize which cases should be heard and when. the cases in
baltimore have tripled in the past five years. >> it's a disaster. we spent months working with teams acrossing the country and found more get to stay than leave and it really matter what is country you come from and which part of the u.s. you landed. >> a lot of people tell us they fear for their life if they are september back to their home country. the judges tell us how hard it is to make those decisions and you'll meet one immigrant who explains what it's like to be caught in the backlog waiting for answers. news 4 i-team. this morning. the parents of a 3-year-old boy are planning their son's funeral. he was hit by a car on executive avenue on saturday. you take a look here at the scene just after the accident. the driver stayed. no other details have been released about this
is closed down because of the purple line project. >> work is expected to pick up on that project. it's making a lot of people upset. adam tuss is live right now with a look at the work and how long it's going to last. >> goork, work could pick. up here along the trail. it's been closed for quite some time. these trees are at the center of this controversy because the contractor is going to come in and potentially start cutting down large trees starting today. this trail has been closed for quite some time. it's arguably one of the most popular in the entire e region, but it has been closed for a number of weeks now while the purple line goes through here. a lot of it is going to run next
that's what's going on. so right now, a court case is being held up by all of this legal decision. so what could happen starting today is the contractor could come in here, start cutting down sop of the large trees and the people who live along the trail don't want to see that happen. we'll see if the contractor comes in today, but in an e-mail to multiple news outlets, that work is going to start today so could be a disruptive day. a major road project could improve your commute. and tonight you can tell those in charge when you think. the lan is to extend the express lanes. the voel to reduce cob jegs on that route. voice your opinion from 6:00 to 8:00. more than 2800 of you
our prk pakistan. >> so many people want to hang out with pat. only one person could win. >> when snoop dogg is in town, this is his ride. tonight, this is my ride. me and my guest. she and her son, they won the contest to go to the redskins game with me. she's a widow. her husband promised to take alex here to a redskins game, but he passed before he could do it. tonight she's making good on that promise. >> he thought i was playing. and when he realized when he picked us up in the limo, you weren't playing. >> i'm going to leave a credit card footprint here. >> uh-oh. can you imagine that? >> better get accounting ob line
game, pat spent time on the field. they had some club seelts and the redskins won. >> two days of his three this week. >> nowhere near as strong as it was a few days ago when it crossed puerto rico. but it is close enough where we may start to see some cloud cover from it during the day tomorrow. it's too far away to bring us much of a rain threat, but clouds, yes, and slightly cooler weather tomorrow. the position then the storm will gradually come north and make the turn.
we'll keep a close eye on it. it will bring cloudiness for tomorrow. as you're plabing out the day, plan on sunshine start to finish. it's going to be really warm with afternoon highs up close to 90. the record is 95. that's out of. reach. just keep in mind, our average is only 76. so 10 to 15 degrees above average today with plenty of sunshine around. not much in cloud cover. so partly to mostly cloudy tomorrow. the extra sun will keep the temperatures down. a stray sprinkle or two can't be completely ruled out. highs in the low 80s around the d.c. metro. and your forecast, it's a warm one here
thursday as maria moves out, we get a northwest wind and that brings in cooler wind. and october start this is weekend. let's see how the monday morning commute is coming. >> had a live look at the commute. westbound on 50, under the parkway. there's a crash along the right side. the wreck in camera. institution avenue. inbound is getting by. 95 northbound, the crash in the service road for prince william parkway. and metro is single tracking near medical centeren op the red line. back to you. >> good morning, prices at the pump are ll
price of regular is down 7 cents in the past two weeks to $2.62 a gloo gallon. refineries affected by hurricane harvey have bounced back. analysts expect prices to keep falling in the next few weeks. it's $2.56 in maryland and $2.43 in virginia. >> five minutes before the hour. we shared a special story about two trabs plant resi yents headed to homecoming. . >> we have some photos to share with you. the two made a cute couple. these are pictures from loudoun county. they met when they were toddlers because they both received liver trabs plants for the same genetic disorder.
the years. saturday night grace came from montgomery county to join jj at the homecoming dance. they look awesome there. >> very sweet. i love that story. >> you can see the full story in the nbc washington app. >> you can also find out how you can become an organ donor and make a difference in someone's life. search organ donation. next b at 6:00 a.m., pulled from the rubble. a story of survival days after the quake in mexico. >> praying for puerto rico. j. lo uses her celebrity status to change lives and challenge you in the aftermath of maria. >> politic asks football mixed on the field. what do fans think about it? a live report coming up.
does that sound like fall in december? what you can expect next in this weather shakeup. >> i bug my children about reapplying sunscreen, but i got a sunburn over the weekend. >> don't tell my kids. >> because of the wrinkles. >> don't tan your face. that's all i can tell you. a nice day to get outside today. it's a monday. >> chuck is 93 years old. no tanning.
he's fine. >> he's a young man. another near 90 degree day coming up for today. clouds back in for tomorrow. watching maria very carefully. and all this talk of 90 degrees will be gone by the weekend. >> the daily grade for today. we'll call it very good. it would be outstanding, but poor air quality. code orange today. take it easy if you're going to be outside. you get the full forecast in a few minutes. for now over to traffic and dave. >> you got that right. we're watching a crash here at constitution avenue. so westbound drivers can't get to the roosevelt bridge. inbound can get by. jam traffic where all travel