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americans dashed into a hail of bullets to rescue total strangers. joining us joining us today are many of the heros who were here during that horrible moment, that horrible night. including las vegas metropolitan police off u sers tyler pet peterson, and it was an officer peterson who was on his second day on the job when the shooting began. i just visited nim the hospital. within minutes he joined a group of u officers rushing between the flying bullets to clear the fairground and save lives. officer gerllay was off duty
the example of those whose final act was so sacrifice those they love should inspire all of us to show more love every day for the people who grace our lives. in the months ahead, we will all have to wrestle with the horror of what has unfolded this week but we will struggle through it together. we will endure the pain together and we will overcome together as americans. may god bless and watch over those who protect us. may god bring healing to the families of the wounded, the injured and the fallen. and may god bless our great country, america. thank you very much. thank you. thank you, governor. thank you very much. >> you've been watching this special report, coverage of president trump's visit to las vegas. more coverage of the events in vegas jus
4:00 starts right now. now at 4:00, statue sabotage. >> if you can't have a statue of samuel jackson, where can you have it? >> a confederate monument damaged. and what happens next. plus, did he or didn't he? >> he called him a moron. he said an f'ing moron. >> claims that rex tillerson is clashing with the president. >> we don't deal with that kind of petty nonsense. >> the president meets with survivors in las vegas. we're on the ground as new details emerge about the gunman and his girlfriend. >> a live look in las vegas right now as president trump there wraps up his visit with first responders and victims in the hospitals there and across the city there, memorials continue to grow as we continue watching the city heal from that massacre on sunday night.
tried to be part of the healing today to help with that healing, playing consoler and chief. we'll have more on that visit later in our news. as the city tries to move on, investigators are getting closer to determine what the motive for this massacre was. >> the government unveiled a new picture of stephen paddock. we are getting a look at this disturbing body camera video. >> we are covering every angle for you and here in washington. these are aerials above the fbi field office where marilou danley is. she returned home last night from the philippines. they hope that she can give them
paddock's mental state. they are going to ask whether danley had any knowledge, advanced knowledge of the massacre on sunday night. danny's sisters spoke to nbc news. they say paddocks bought her a ticket to the philippines two weeks before the massacre. they don't believe danley knew anything about the shooting and they think paddock got her out of the country so she didn't interfere with his plans. police say paddock also wired $100,000 to the philippines in the days before the shooting. but right now, it is still unclear what that money was for. and we're learning more about the meticulous planning. there are weapons scattered throughout the hotel suite at the mandalay bay. there were surveillance cameras, one in the peep hole of the hotel room to monitor the situation. bullets were raining down from
the fbi's director says that investigators are looking to interview more people who may have known stephen paddock. paddock does not fit the typical profile of somebody who would carry out this type of attack. they are hoping that somebody can help them reconstruct paddock's life and lead them to a motive for this crime which is, of course, why everybody is asking why. after you guys. >> all right. erika gonzalez, thanks. >> that's the operative question. >> that's the question. >> the area near the concert is still a crime scene. >> meanwhile, locals and tourists are pulling memorials together and here's a look at how the city is pulling together. aaron?
heavy law enforcement presence. with the strip back open, we're getting our first look at the crime scene. we can show you some of the video here. this is the stage where the country music festival was wrapping up sunday night. 20,000 people in the crowd there. everything was left on that stage and the grounds here. it's all still there. the scene is still being processed. we saw fbi evidence recovery teams and lab technicians at the scene for most of the day today and we saw teams across the street at the mandalay hotel, which is still open for business, as the investigation continues. people are mourning the lost lives here. early this morning, we saw people coming up in the dark to light candles and to leave flowers and messages. we spoke to a man who came there in tears. >> those people were citizens all over the world. there was pa
sisters. they were just taken away for no reason at all. just coming to a concert. it's heartbreaking. my heart goes out to the victims. and it's very, very heartbreaking right now. there's a lot of sorrow in us right now. it's unbelievable. >> reporter: now, you may be able to see a crowd of people over my shoulder here. they are gathered around that small memorial. we're going to talk to some folks about what it's been like to try to have some hope, pat and leon, to transition from hurt to hope. that's tonight at 5:00. >> certainly a tough transition to make and it may be some time before that transition is completed. aaron, thank you so much. now, a maryland woman wounded in the attack is still in a coma at a las vegas hospital. but she survived another day and thats had friends and family hoping. she lost an eye and was shot in
arundel county. we sat down with a classmate of tina's. taylor johnson spoke about tina's strength and about how she likes country music and talked about the shock of all this. you'll hear from her on news4 at 5:00. meanwhile, a lot of you are looking for ways to help the victims and the families. nevada officials have started a go fund me page. if you'd like to make a donation, go to the nbc washington app and search "help las vegas there." we are tracking some big developments in the tropics today. by the end of this hour, we could have a new tropical storm. dog kammerer is -- doug kammere storm center. >> we could see storminess develop and that's what we're seeing. there are southern portionsf
coast reek costa rica. there is a circulation developing and this will become tropical storm nate maybe as early as the 5:00 hour. it's a tropical depression. winds of 35 miles an hour. let's show you where the storm is. moving northwest at 7 miles per hour. it will have some interaction with land. watch this track. up very close to the yucatan and into the gulf of mexico and eventually very close to the gulf coast as a category 1 hurricane and there is some computer models bringing us stronger into the u.s. coast. we need to find out what it means for our weather. it could have a big impact early next week. we'll talk about that as well. see you back here in 15 minutes. >> all right, doug. much needed help is on its way to puerto rico still trying to recover. our doreen gentzler is talking to people there. after hurricanes and earthquake and now the shooting in las vegas, you
days. we have some ways to deal with the stress that that can bring so it doesn't impact your health. also, a consumer investigation this afternoon. the chief way to detect toxic fumes in your car. we're working for you to help protect your family. we want to take you now to the sky for some breaking news. moments ago, chopper 4 flew over a dumptruck crash in silver spring. a truck flipped over near kemp mill road and hit a utility pole. the dver was treated for mriin
it was an alarming site today at stonewall statue. it was vandalized overnight. bureau chief julie carey was the first reporter there and she joins us live with damage that you'll see only on news4. julie? >> reporter: well, after hours of scrubbing and powerwashing, you can see there's barely a trace anymore of the white paint that coated this statue. you can see the clean-up work continues to get every shred of paint off this monument. they drove the power wash truck off to refi
dose in this afternoon. park workers discovered the vandalism around 6:30 this morning. they quickly threw a tarp over the damage so tourists didn't see it at its worst. white paint was thrown onto the base seeping into the lettering. that turned out to be the toughest part to clean up. the vandals used gold spraypaint to write the word "dead" over the paint. it's taken an entire crew hours to restore the statue. this is the latest act of vandalism in our area. visitors say if someone is trying to express their opposition, this is the wrong way and the wrong place to do it. >> we have a statue of tom jackson where he got the name stonewall, where can you have it? he was a part of american history. it sickens me that they come here and do
>> reporter: now, earlier this summer you might remember that the confederate memorial in leesburg was vandalized and security was stepped up there. coming up at 5:00, we'll hear from the park superintendent about the mans going forward at this site. back to you in the studio. >> all right. thank you, julie. julie carey reporting live. the president and several members of his administration, including the secretary of state himself, is in the news. reportedly tillerson called trump a mor-- trump called tillerson a moron. they tell nbc news that vice president pence counselled tillerson on how to get along with the president. tillerson says that's not true and never considered leaving but he refused to
comment report. >> i'm not going to deal with petty stuff like that. i mean, this is what i don't understand about washington. again, i'm not from this place but the places i come from, we don't deal with that kind of petty nonsense. it does nothing but divide people and i'm not going to be part of this effort to divide this administration. >> nbc news stands by its report. some reporters appeared on andrea mitchell's show this afternoon to react to tillerson's statement. >> despite everything that the secretary said, he actually didn't knock down our story. you know, our story does not say that mike pence, the vice president, tried to convince rex tillerson to stay. it's very clear that mike pence's role in all of this has been to buck up as secretary. >> shortly after administration officials
donald trump said that nbc should apologize to americans for the fake news. about a third of puerto rico thinks that the president is responding well to what is going on there. hurricane maria has done an estimated $90 billion in damage to the island, leaving 34 people now dead. 95% of the island still has no electricity, including some of the hospitals. a u.s. navy hospital ship got there yesterday. doreen gentzler is there inside the "uss comfort". >> reporter: i can tell you they have treated their first patients here on the "uss comfort" in puerto rico. a couple of them were
overnight and we see the impressive capabilities on this full service and staffed up very quickly and just about 48 hours with personnel, 800 people on the ship. 50 are doctors and on the "comfort." and they are capable of treating hundreds of patients all at once. we can tell you that the medical team on board are prepared to handle everything from dental problems problems to opthalmologist and every surgery except complicated heart surgeries and even are ready for labor and delivery on "comfort." i met a nicu team. they are hoping that they'll get a chance to deliver a baby on the ship. most of the people on the ship have just come together. today, i talked with a couple of doctors who usually work at
walter reed in bethesda. what's it like to do this instead? >> well, this is an opportunity to defend american citizens at home and abroad, which is what the department of defense has tasked us with. so this is a privilege to come down here and help the citizens of puerto rico who can just as easily be my neighbors in maryland. >> we actually have a fair amount of equipment for me to perform my trade as a ur roll gist but i envision being a first assistant to the generals. i think it will be post-trauma, wound care, complicated wounds and i'm very comfortable in assisting them but in terms of anything neurologic that local hospitals can't handle, we're prepared to do that on board here as well. >> reporter: that was the captain. he's ordinarily a urologist at
walter reed. i can tell you that the "comfort" is not going to stay in port in san juan for much longer. they are expecting to move out tomorrow morning and head to the south side of the island where they believe the need for the medical care that they can provide is much greater. they won't be able to go dockside on the south side of the island. they will anchor out at sea and move people out there by helicopter and by -- transport them out by boat. so the team on the "uss comfort" is ready to go and expect to start moving south tomorrow morning t that's it from san juan for now. pat and leon? >> all right. thank you, doreen. lots of work ahead of those folks if they are up to it. all right. whole foods is at the center of a data breach now. >> and we now know which l
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we are working our way down the alphabet. >> yes. >> we have nasty nate now, huh? >> yes. nate could be coming up as early as 5:00. >> where you expecting it to hit? >> it's the gulf coast and it's us. it could be an impact as early as next week. this is not a storm that we'll be watching for weeks like we did irma and maria. this is going to hit the florida coastline most likely on sunday. that's only four or five days away. in the southern caribbean, this is what we'll watch here. here's the storm just off the coast of costa rica around portions of nicuaragwa. it's expected to become a tropical storm most likely at the 5:00 advisory and probably winds of 40 miles per hour at
here's the winds and what we're looking at with the storm, it's making its way into the gulf just over the next couple of days, it's moving northwest at 7 and will become a tropical storm and then off the coast of mexico. 70-mile-per-hour winds and then into the open waters of the gulf of mexico. it could strengthen here. how strong is it? the official forecast has it at 80 miles per hour in the florida panhandle. watch where this coast. up the southeast and into our area monday night and into tuesday. some of the computer models are coming in strong and there will be significant impacts here. what does that mean for monday an
rain would be very beneficial and could bring strong wind. this is what we're going to watch. will we see 35-mile-an-hour winds like a tropical storm? that's what we'll watch and we'll watch it close. we're going to be on top of it every step of the way. right now, we have more of this, more blue skies and sunshine. it's been incredible weather over the last couple of days. 76 right now. winds out of the south with 10 miles per hour. as i told you, cooler to the east. 82 in west virginia. 85 on thursday and friday. isolated shower north on your friday. saturday, a high of 86 and then we start to watch the tropics. what will it mean for us on monday and tuesday? storm team 4 all over it for you. i expect to have a new track in about 20 minutes. >>
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right now at 4:30, we're working on the latest in the investigation into the las vegas massacre. today the fbi is questioning the gunman's girlfriend, marilou danley. she arrived back in the u.s. last night. they are hoping that she can shed some light on why stephen paddock opened fire at a concert on sunday. danley's family believes that paddock bought her a ticket to the philippines a few weeks ago so she didn't get in the way of the plans to carry out that shooting. right now, we're keeping an eye on the airport in las vegas. the first lady and president trump are leaving any moment now. they spent the
responders and victims of the massacre. blayne alexander is at the white house to break it down for us. blayne? >> reporter: that exclusive report had to do with his secretary of state rex tillerson. tillerson over the summer was right on the verge of quitting, resigning from his position, because he was fed up with president trump but he was essentially talked off the ledge by the vice president. tillerson today held a rare news conference to push back on that report. he said that the president didn't ask him to issue a public statement. rather, tillerson wanted to speak himself and make it clear, he's happy with his job. secretary of state rex tillerson, who rarely speaks to the media, forcefully denying that he was so frustrated with president trump that he considered quitting. >> there's never been a consideration in my mind to leave. i serve at the appointment of the president and i am here for as long as the president
can be useful to achieving his objectives. >> reporter: tillerson trying to shoot down an exclusive nbc report that the vice president talked him out of resigning. but he did not deny that he threatened to. nor did he deny that he called the president a moron. >> i'm not going to deal with petty stuff like that. >> reporter: tillerson's spokesperson later saying what he did not. >> the secretary did not use that type of language to speak about the president of the united states. >> reporter: president trump declaring the story fake news. >> it was made up by nbc. they just made it up. >> the president today in las vegas offering comfort after the mass shooting. >> we're with you 100%. >> reporter: but on gun control, president trump not saying much while outside the capitol, calls from democrats growing louder. >> how many more must die? >> reporter: inside, renewed warnings from the senate intelligence committee who
the russian meddling did not end in 2016? take this very seriously. >> reporter: and the investigation has yet to answer the question of collusion. the question still hanging over the trump administration. and that question could remain unanswered for some time. the committee still has more than two dozen interviews scheduled and that's just this month alone. pat, back to the exclusive report from nbc news, despite the strong pushback from the administration today, nbc news is standing behind that report. back to you. >> blayne alexander, thanks, blayne. the vegas massacre, the hurricanes in attactexas, flori the bad news seems to keep oncoming and if you're feeling stressed out about it, you're not alone. dr. jackie, there's stress and then there's chronic stress.
>> right. so acute stress is the lines coming after you and then it should be over. the problem we have nowadays is that the lion never stops. you have that happening all the time. hormone released out of your brain and wreaks havoc all over your body. >> first of all, obesity -- >> yes. weight gain is a central one. stress hormones, release cortisol, high blood pressure, that's going to damage the heart and vessels. pulmonary problems, makes even more inflammation in the lungs and then the immune response. this is particularly a time where a lot of college kids are under stress. there are studies that even show three days of taking exams can make your immune system not function as well. finally, diabetes. all of those stress hormones are
harder to control because it messes with your insulin. >> the thing is, we can't always change the situation that is causing the stress. but there are things that we can do to ease the stress and try to prevent the damage and you break this down into two categories. >> yes. >> first, what you call the mind over matter methods. >> right. all of these hormones are coming out of your brain first. if you can just make your brain chillax, you'll be so much better. how do you unplug the brain? listen to music, laugh and meditate. those things are make your brain unplug and stop releasing the strong hormones and the rest of the body will respond. >> and then you have things that you need to do to address the physical issues. exercise is number one. >> yes. there are couple of things. for the heart, it's going to bring down your blood pressure and take away the bad effects of stress. it's going to increase your cell turnover and get rid of the dead d
anew. >> for the pulmonary and respiratory systems, you suggest breathing into a bag? >> yes. if you are breathing fast and shallow, if you can take that bag and get it over your nose and mouth at the same time, breathe in the carbon dioxide, your brain will understand, i'm going to actually turn off and stop breathing so fast. works like a charm every time. >> okay. now, to fight infection, you need to keep your immune system up. >> uh-huh. >> there's one key? >> one recipe. and it's simple. it's sleep. just sleep and rest. your immune system is able to do the repair work that is necessary. but you have to do the sleep to make it rest. >> all of those herbs don't work? >> not nearly as important. >> finally, if you're a diabetic? >> when you think about it, you get under stress and you need fast energy source in order to be able to
you'll naturally crave and reach for sugar. that's terrible for a diabetic. think about that before it happens. don't reach for the sugar because it's only going to make your pancreas have to work even harder and it's crying under the stress. it's not releasing enough insulin. it's going to burn out even faster. >> okay. we're going to breathe deeply now? >> we're going to breathe deeply and laugh and meditate. >> thank you, dr. jackie. doug, can you help to take the stress away a little? >> you come to me with that and i'm talking about a possible tropical storm. we're waiting for this to be named. it could be tropical storm nate in the next 15 minutes. a new track coming out at any minute. the latest on this right after the break. while others just cook, at college inn we craft a deeper, richer broth because every detail matters. we carefully select our all-natural chicken and farm grown vegetables, purposefully blend the most flavorful herbs and spices, and finish with a long, slow simmer.
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americans defied death and hatred with love and with courage. >> president trump praising the medical professionals and ordinary citizens for saving lives in las vegas. >> there were still dozens of people in critical condition in the hospitals there. >> our team coverage continues with nbc's sarah dallof. >> reporter: good afternoon. there are signs
city trying to get back to business. las vegas boulevard has reopened and some shows have resumed yet dozens remain in critical condition still fighting for their lives. president trump on the ground in las vegas. >> you showed the world and the world is watching and you've shown what professionalism is all about. >> meeting with victims of sunday's massacre. >> the message that i have is we have a great country and we are there for you and they are there for us. >> reporter: overnight, a key figure in uncovering the gunman's motive returned to the u.s. stephen paddock's girlfriend marilou danley who police call a person of interest had been in the philippines since before the shooting. and now a chilling look inside stephen paddock's hotel room and photos obtained by "the daily mail." ammo littering the floor. they are looking into how the pictures were
outlets. this is body camera video. a three-minute sampling of the chaos as officers helped conc t concertgoers to safety and a hail of bullets rained down, killing 58. the death toll recently revised by the coroner. among them, a 28-year-old navy veteran who served in afghanistan and was in vegas with his mother. >> he went to combat and came back alive and goes to a concert and dies. >> reporter: a wrestling coach celebrating his wedding anniversary. kristin was shot in the back but survived. >> i want to thank the people who risked their lives to stick around or run toward it because i don't know if i'd be here today if i didn't have help. >> reporter: gratitude for those who risked everything. and the fbi began questioning the shoor'
today. her family tells nbc news paddock surprised her with a plane ticket to the philippines telling her he had found a good deal. leon? >> thank you, sarah. our coverage of the las vegas shooting runs well into the evening. lester holt is here at 7:00 right after news4 at 6:00. doug, it's a tropical storm now and -- >> depression now. >> depression. >> yep. >> how soon are we going to be feeling the impact? >> much quicker than we have with the storms that we saw earlier with hurricane irma and maria. we had ten days and now we're getting into the month of october where the car yib general and gulf of smokes co-are the key breeding grounds. this is tropical depression 16. yo
this area because this is the storm right here. it's a little bit of a serk lags. the 5:00 advisory will come out any second now. winds at 35 miles per hour. take a look. it moves into the gulf. this is the new track. it's the new track now that's just come out. it's becoming a hurricane at 85 miles an hour in the center portion of the gulf and making landfall on sunday afternoon in through portions of the florida panhandle and portions of alabama and as a category 1 hurricane and coming very close to our area by early next week. let's talk about how busy the tropical storm season has been. a lot of hurricanes this year. we go to amelia with more on that. >> doug, it's been an active year. we've had five major hurricanes so far this year. looking on twitter, we
new track that's come out. still a tropical depression 16 but we're very sure that it's going to be a tropical storm either later tonight or early tomorrow morning. take a look. this graph shows you the peak times. hurricanes start to peak around september and the second peak is mid-october. this is where we are working towards. there are weaker storms but they potentially impact us a little more with the track and how we start to see fronts return to the area. so where do tropical storms form in october and why are we talking about them not forming anymore? doug mentioned forming off the coast of africa. you might have heard of a cape verde hurricane. we've had two of those so far this season.
atlantic and that's what we see with tropical storm nate right now. that's the path that they tend to take. you can see that is going towards the eastern seaboard. nothing to worry about over the next few days. looking like more like summer than fallout there. >> we have time to watch the storm and we're going to be all over this for you. amelia and i will be with you every day this week. out there right now, beautiful conditions. 81 in leesburg. couple better la cumberland, maryland, 86. up to 84 by late afternoon. high temperature of 85 tomorrow. that 85-degree temperature stays with us on friday. saturday, also looking great with a high of 86 degrees. the nationals games on friday and saturday, looking fantastic. we're watching the tropics here on monday and tuesday.
that this storm could impact our area and it could be a fairly big impact. much more about this in the 5:00 hour. >> national walk to school day? >> yeah. >> shows you how old i am. every day when i went to school it was walk to school day. all right. petitioning for change. only on news4, a local organization is pushing for a safety feature to be installed in all vehicles. >> consumer reporter susan hogan is working for you, how it can be a game changer for your entire family. >> at this time -- >> four elderly people's bodies were carried out. effects of carbon monoxide poisoning. people accidently leaving their vehicles inside their garage running while the fumes silently invade their homes. and then a california police vehicle crossing s
of traffic. the officer says carbon monoxide leaking inside of his suv caused him to fall asleep at the wheel and crash. >> roughly speaking, from vehicle exposure, there are about 1500 americans that die each year. tens and thousands are injured each year. >> reporter: there is a cheap solution that will cut down if not eliminate carbon monoxide injuries and deaths due to vehicles. >> a simple $5 detector would prevent those tragedies. >> reporter: peer filed a petition with the national highway safety administration in march 2016. the petition requested the agency that all vehicles be equipped with carbon monoxide detectors and install a device that would shut off the car before fumes reach a deadly level. >> that's the sort of thing that nhtsa should be tracking and we think aking
>> and they're not. >> hntsa has rejected similar petitions filed in the past. in a statement to news4, nhtsa says they take all safety defects seriously and goes on to say that it does investigate carbon monoxide poisoning in vehicles and will take action as appropriate. if you want to take action right now to protect your family, we're working for you. a lot of you have asked me if we can put kark kacarbon monoxide detectors in your car. the answer is yes. but in your home, by the time you know, it's too late. you want to look for detectors that start reading levels at co as low as one part per million. for more information, go to our
now at 5:00, vegas strong. the new theme emerging in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting as the president arrives in las vegas to honor the victims and those who tended to them. sfoo pl plus, another potential hurricane developing in the gulf. what it could mean for us in the coming days. plus -- vandalism of a national memorial comes to a battlefield. the target today, the statue of stonewall
the girlfriend is back. first this evening, we want to get you caught up with everything that is happening right now in las vegas. >> as investigators comb for answers, las vegas is showing signs of healing. >> we've got new images and they reveal an arsenal of weapons inside the gunman's hotel room as police finally have a chance to talk with the shooter's girlfriend. >> meantime, memorials and signs saying "vegas strong" are emerging today. the president had the task of being consoler in chief today. >> more than four dozen of the victims remain in critical condition. back at the hotel, new photographs provide a chilling scene inside stephen paddock's hotel room. the killer had a war chest of weapons. investigators say they've also recovered a number of cameras that appear to be an attempt at surveillance. they are also looking into whether paddock may have ns