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gentlemen. >> it's a puppy proposal like none you've ever seen. how one little girl hopes the news 4 family can help her score a pet. good luck. this little girl is named dexter. she put together an adorable video. she called out the news 4 team to say please help my cause. pug cam remember is your favorite name, chuck bell. >> the next time i see doug kammerer, it will be hard not to call him pug. >> we're going to work on getting that puppy for you. >> i'm feeling bad for mom. it's hard. it's a lot of work. >> there you go. >> sheena and chuck, when you step outside, i'm going to use the word cold. chilly. >> full on cold. >> chilly. >> it's at the very least chilly. i will submit to chilly. if nothing else. we got to save cold for later on when we're below freezing.
>> colder. that will be colder and then frigid and unbearable. >> bodaciously cold or some other adjective for it. it is a chilly start for sure this morning. everyone is above freezing. that's why i hesitate to use the word cold just yet. there are frosted pumpkins in northern maryland, northern montgomery county, gaithersburg only 36. these same areas may be under a frost advisory tonight into tomorrow morning. keep that in mind. high temperature around 62 degrees. a light north wind. nothing to complain about there. jack taylor, a warming trend in your future. five-day forecast coming up. wasn't bad this morning. i told you i would ride in with the windows down. >> 95 southbound as you head through springfield off 395. there's a ramp that takes you on to 95. on the other side of the ramp, 644.
an overturned truck. 395 headed into the springfield interchange, just be aware. also, better news. in maryland on 109, the ramp to get on to southbound 270, that ramp just reopened due to an early morning crash. nothing to worry about there. back to you. >> jack, thank you. a barricade situation ended overnight with one person dead. police saying they were asked to do a welfare check on a person in gaithersburg. when officers arrived, they heard a gunshot and found the person dead inside. they're investigating the situation and look for updates in the nbc washington app. a story developing right now, tens of thousands of people going back home in california. firefighters making progress against the fires that devastated wine country. >> some are saving lives. this is new video of a sheriff's deputy helping a disabled
before their house goes up in flames. the first responders, wow. >> news 4's chris lawrence now at the live desk with more on all of this. what's expected today. chris? >> guys, story right now is people starting to come back to their areas, their neighborhoods and finding nothing left. i've been following the california department of fire protection on twitter. some of the numbers from sonoma counties looking better. one fire, 44% contained, another 53% contained. another 75% contained. that is definitely an improvement. tens of thousands of people are allowed to go back home. of course, a lot of them won't have a home to go back to. the national guard is on the ground checking out all of those burned-out buildings. 41 people have died in the fires. as many as 88 others unaccounted for right now. >> chris, thank you. prosecutors say they may seek the death penalty in the kil
whose death shocked our community. she died back in june. prosecutors filed capital murder and rape charges against her suspected killer, torres. this is the first time authorities have said she was raped. police previously said they were investigating the possibility. she died during ramadan. she was walking back to a mosque in sterling with a group of teenagers and one of the boys had an argument with torres who was driving by. he hit her with a baseball bat. he put her in his car and later dumped her in a lake near his apartment. new details in a human smuggling tragedy that killed ten undocument the immigrants. the truck driver at the center of this will avoid the death penalty. james bradley jr. admitted driving the
it was packed with 39 undocumented immigrants, including a fairfax county high school graduate who was trying to sneak back into the country. he died in the truck. bradley will be sentenced next year. today the former prince george's county liquor board director will plead guilty to bribery in federal court. tracee wilkins broke this story online. if you follow her on twitter. negotiated bribe payments between elected officials and liquor store owners. the payments were allegedly made to lawmakers to ensure passage of a new law allowing the liquor sales on sunday. he's accused of -- who wanted liquor licenses. manassas has given the green light to a local charity trying to save the homes of some 300 people. this comes after months of public outcry. last year, residents of the east end mobile home park were told they have to move out because of continued problems with their sewer system. the propertywn
afford to fix it and was planning to sell the land to the city. last night the city council voted to let charity or catholics for housing buy the property instead. that nonprofit will start fixing the faulty sewer lines before the end of the year allowing people to stay in their homes. it's 5:08. hopefully the people can stay where they are. hard to find new housing. if your commute takes you on the beltway this morning. you want to watch out for the speed cameras. >> that's right. since the summer, we've been telling you about the new cameras in maryland. now, we actually know just how many of you have been caught going faster than the speed limit. transportation reporter adam tuss live along the beltway this morning with a look at a story only seeing first on 4:00. you're breaking down the numbers, adam. >> reporter: breaking down the numbers, angie. 40,000 citations here on the beltway in prince george's county since this summer. this is a work z
to branch avenue. it has been set up since the summer. what's been going on is that there was a warning period and then the citations kicked in. this is the area we're talking about here in prince george's county near branch avenue. and the maryland state highway administration is actually able to set up these speed cameras in work zones. take a closer look at what the speed cameras look like. these are not your traditional speed cameras. they are cameras mounted on the top of cars that are in the work zone. so if you're going 12 mirror more over the speed limit, you could potentially get a $40 citation. let's take a closer look at the numbers. on the outer loop in this work zone, over 23,000 citations since the cameras have been set up. on the inner loop, the other side, going towards virginia, 17,000-plus citations. a total of 40,000-plus citations for these two cameras. one thing that's really interesting here along this work zone is that the number of
going down a little bit since the cameras were in place. people are starting to recognize that they're here and potentially slowing speeds down. still, 40,000-plus citations. that's a big, big number. be aware that that work zone will be in place for quite some time. >> that's a lot of tickets. adam tuss, thank you. 5:10 right now. the issue of nfl players kneeling during the national anthem will be front and center at the league owners meeting. members of the nfl players union will also be there. they're going to try to find a way to move on from the controversy and see if they can find common ground. >> the goal is to try to solve the anthem issue once and for all. not with an edict or a mandate but with some sort of an offer to the players. a platform separate from the anthem with the players having a seat at the table for these discussions. >> and also a spokesman for the nfl saying that the league will
reform bill in congress. just about 5:11. a little girl in gainesville really, really wants a puppy. we've been there, right? when we were kids and now our kids. >> digital savvy now. they can pull this off. she's bringing in members of here, news 4. nbc news team to help make the case to mom and dad. >> my name is angie ruff. >> people who have dogs are often healthier than those who don't. >> i wonder who that's supposed to be. >> the 10-year-old has breaking news at 4:00 report. the great news about having a dog. pug kammerer kicked things off. lester colt. cat lawson muse and a frog named alex roker. she was considering -- this is the girl behind the broadcast. dexter, 10 years
elementary school in gainesville. last check from mom and dad, mom likes the video, thinks it's cute. still not convinced. >> took my kids five years. dexter, keep working. you can wear them down. >> yes. >> we're working for you, dexter. mom and dad, please get her a dog. >> it's now 5:12. we want to check in with sheena parveen for a look at what you see as you head out the door. you and i can say it's cold. >> there are so many words we can use later on x like frigid. >> balm yfrjts loy, lovely. >> it's cold outside, chuck. i heard chuck say it was cold earlier but he doesn't want to admit it. >> we have details coming up. it is a complaint a lot of drivers have had even those in our region. the safety concerns about ford explorers and how our susa
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point. it's too soon to know the extent of brain damage she may have suffered. she does have cognitive physical therapy and facial reconstruction after losing her right eye. wishing her the best for a speedy recovery. an investigation led to more complaints against a major car manufacturer. >> now the manufacturer is taking action. consumer reporter susan hogan joining us with what you need to know before heading out the door. that's right. a major development resulting in part from an ongoing news 4 consumer investigation involving those carbon monoxide leaks. this impacts roughly 1.3 million explorer owners. soe of those owners crediting our investigation for alerting them to the possible leaks in their suvs. now their complaints are part of 2700 filed with federal regulators despite all of the complaints and despite hundreds of explorer owners saying their suvs are making them
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he had been stockpiling $1.2 million worth of fajitas and he was finally caught. >> the evidence is there. they opened his fridge and they were literally packed with fajitas. >> 800 pounds? >> apparently, he had an underground meat market going on. >> he was telling them. >> it's 5:19. some people like fireworks, others fall foliage is their thing. there is bad news about the leaves this fall. >> oh, no. experts say it's the worst season in years for a fall folia foliage. how about leaves changing. we're blaming the dry stretch over the summer. trees that turn yellow are already burning and trees that turn red aren't reaching their full potential. they salvaged some trees
many are beyond help. the best time to see the fall foliage, did i get that right? >> yeah. >> the last weekend of october. we've actually put a guide up in our app. >> one of the best things about fall in the d.c. area are the trees. >> it doesn't mean that apple butter isn't just as good. boy, do i love apple butter. you're right, ang, it's been crazy warm the last couple of weeks. today will be colder than average. that's a rarity. today will be the first day cooler than average in about two weeks since october 2nd. more impressive than that, today will be the fourth day since september 12th that will be cooler than average. almost all of the last four to five weeks around here have been not just above average. we're on pace to have the warmest october on record as it stands right
today and tomorrow, we'll put a dent in that. 49 degrees in washington. a substantial north breeze early this morning. has gotten on the cold side. there will be a little bit less wind tonight into tomorrow morning. so see these numbers here? these are your out the door numbers. shave 2 or 3 or 4 degrees off that number. that's where you start tomorrow. a chilly start this morning in the 30s and 40s. up to 62 for a high today. wake-up temperatures tomorrow morning in this highlighted area could have frosty spots again on the pumpkins early wednesday morning. there's a quick peek at the five-day forecast after a chilly day and a cold start tomorrow we're back into the 70s. have the marathon forecast coming up in a few minutes. here's jack taylor. >> out of springfield 395 southbound, a tractor-trailer overturned on the ramp. this is leaving the landmark area headed
we have the ability to continue on 95. but there's that common ramp which takes you the inner loop, the lane is closed because of a truck involved in the crash. thank you. thank you. for some, it's too early to think about the holidays. that's me. unless you're a major retailer. why some stores are searching for people to search behind the scenes instead of on the sales floor. >> ellen degeneres show. ellen welcomes new dogs. she airs at 3:00 followed by
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it's 5:30. as we take a look outside on this tuesday morning. you can't really tell from this picture. but let me tell you, it is chilly out there. you can really feel the difference. chuck and sheena told us there would be a change. there is a frost advisory in effect for some of you. it's hard to believe. >> i'll tell you when i looked in the car and it said 46 degrees, it's still jarring. >> take out your coat weather. >> our whole team up early working for you to make sure that the whole family is ready for the day ahead. we want to check in now with our storm team 4 meteorologist. >> sheena parveen is outside on the weather deck. what kind of jacket do you have on out there? >> i have on a warm north face jacket because i'm freezing, eun. even though chuck doesn't think it's cold, i think it's cold. real i will, where i am, our temperatures are in the 40s out here. right outside the nbc4 studios. but we have many suburbs in
30s. 38 degrees right now in centerville. 39 potomac. some of the areas north and west of the district you have patchy frost. in the district it's 49 degrees. 44 fairfax. prince george's county, mostly the mid to low 40s. that frost advisory this morning, that is, again, mostly north and west where you see the blue shaded counties and tomorrow morning, that's where we expect patchy frost. maybe even more widespread. going to be a tad colder tomorrow morning, too. let's check the roads. we'll get a closer look at the roads too. good morning, jack. >> good morning, sheena. we've had our troubles. headed southbound, a ramp -- that remains closed. a crash early this morning. authorities are on scene wh and that ramp remains closed. we had activity up in frederick. jefferson pike, that was
lanes blocked and southbound lanes blocked. it has caused an early slowdown. back to you. >> jack, thank you. >> it's 5:33. top stories this morning. thousands of people are going back to their homes in california. but many are finding that their homes are gone. evacuation orders are being lifted now. firefighters make progress against the deadly wildfires. 41 people have died. nfrl owners will meet in new york city. the issue of players kneeling during the national anthem will be front and center. members of the nfl players union will have to be there. they'll find a way to move on from the controversy saying that the league will endorse a criminal justice reform bill in congress. prosecutors now say they may seek the death penalty in the killing of a 17-year-old girl whose death shocked our area's
nab nabra has nan died. they filed rape and murder charges against torres. he pled can guilty to killing this man. he was killed last october. is seen on the right side of the screen. he was shot 15 times and then slashed with a machete near his family's manassas town home. his sister said it was hard to be in court. >> it felt like somebody is punching me in the stomach. i'm numb. no other word. >> prosecutors say flores was one of eight people charged in the case, including two women. the other cases have not gone to trial. flores faces up to life in prison when he's sentencn
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nearly 100 students walked out of their new jersey classrooms after a teacher made a comment toward a student that some said was racist. it was a confusing situation for students and teachers. someone pulled the fire alarm forcing the entire school to carry out a fire drill which made everyone go outside. the original protest was organized after the teacher was caught on camera telling students that the troops in this country didn't die to speak spanish. that they have to speak american in the classrooms. people were upset
viral. >> they're fighting for your right to speak american. >> the teacher telling them that the troops fought for their right to speak american, not spanish. the student called the teacher racist. no immediate action has been taken against the teacher. students and parents are demanding an apology. >> supposed to be a safe environment for students to learn. you feel attacked. >> concerned about the kids. what's going to happen about -- they have a right to do it as latinos. >> the school says it will punish the students who walk out of class. >>. good morning, everybody. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. it's 5:41 on a tuesday morning. final few training runs as you get ready for the marine corps marathon coming up this sunday morning. if you're running the
on the low to mid-50s as you get the race started. if you're finishing the race in the three, four time hour, the 70s. in springfield, 395 going southbound as you head towards 644, the ramp is blocked. an overnight crash. a truck is overturned near 50 eastbound near the freeway airport. blocks the left lane. only so far --westbound is not
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states. this is going to be a big push by the president, as you said, next week, he's planning to label this as a national crisis. now, by doing that, it actually lifts some legislative barriers, meaning for exam, am, if you're on medicaid, if this is a national crisis, there will be extra help for treatment included within the program and the benefits that you already get under medicaid. >> and edward, president trump sparked criticism yesterday when he claimed that former president obama and other presidents didn't even call the families of fallen service members, which is not true. what is the latest on his response to that? >> very sharp criticism from democrats especially. josh earnest, the former press secretary for president obama came out and said that he was actually in the room when the president would call some of these families of fallen soldiers. says the president went and saw gold star families on many occasions. one deputy chief of staff actually tweeted out
this was an out right lie, using language that we can't use on television. >> i saw that tweet too, edward. thank you very much. live from capitol hill. senator john mccain had some tough words last night for people pushing "isolationist politics." he made the remarks after receiving an award for lifetime service to the country. he didn't reference anyone specifically but it seems to be directed at president trump and his supporters. >> we have a moral obligation to continue in our just cause and we would bring more than shame on ourselves if we don't. >> mccain was introduced by former vice president joe biden. mccain recently announced that he is fighting brain cancer. 5:48 right now. a state of emergency has been declared at the university of florida. it all has to do with a siege by controversial white nationalist spencer. his sch
gainesville campus. the governor put the declaration in place to get security for the event. he's one of the white nationalists at the rally in charlottesville which turned deadly. the university is legally required to provide options that allow for different viewpoints by outside groups. this sunday, metro will open two hours early at 6:00 a.m. as thousands of people take part in the marine corps marathon. they will have extra blue and yellow line trains running also. the closest entrance in the pentagon station if you're running. y to avoid the r going to n c crowds. for the 10k, get out at archive or the l'enfant. >> good luck to chuck, too, right? he's going to be at the starting line. we continue to work for you in the community even when people are on
melissa mollet, passion for fashion event this sunday. >> it's a children's advocacy center in fairfax county that helps child victims of sex abuse. here are pictures from the event of melissa and her family. that's her son brennan who was one of the models. you know he had a good time. >> you think -- sign this boy up. >> the organization raised $125,000. look at that turnout. >> what a great cause for sure. >> i've done this event before. let me tell you, talking to these caseworkers that deal with these kids, it's unbelievable the work they do. >> talk about the vulnerability of the child and the people involved. hats off to that terrific event. >> i'm glad melissa could have brennan be part of it. he looks fantastic. >> i know you're listening at home. until you return. >> hoping for an early return. it's okay. you need
>> the return of cold weather for sure. >> it's here. grab your jackets before you walk outside. i was standing outside. i needed a heavier jacket than what i had on, eun. i guess it was good enough. the bus stop, the kids want the jackets. the kids will be shivering without one. especially in the sub urs. we have 30s on the map. it is dry. we have patchy frost as well. if you're exercising outside today, dry but pretty cool. you might want the long sleeves. recess, you will have the fall chill in the air. we have a dry stretch through the weekend, though. the forecast is looking really good. 49 in washington. gaithersburg at 38 degrees. in manassas, it's 38 degrees there. clinton, 40 degrees. quantico, 47. winchester at 36 degrees. annapol annapolis, a cool 52 this morning. as you wake up and step outside, patchy frost 7:00 a.m. by 8:00 a.m., temperatures around 50 degrees. many of our suburbs will be in the 40s. by 9:00 a.m.,
there's the frost advisory. until 9:00 a.m. going into tomorrow morning, we expect much of the same, if not more widespread frost. wider than the area we're currently seeing. your fitness forecast. by lunchtime, around 60 degrees. sunny. topping out in the low 60s. through the afternoon today, some of our suburbs may only be in the upper 50s. overnight tonight, early tomorrow morning, we have another round of patchy frost with suburbs in the 30s by the time you wake up for your wednesday morning. wednesday afternoon, little warmer, upper 60s. 70s return on the weekend. looks fantastic. let's check the roads on this tuesday morning commute with jack taylor. hey, jack. >> hey, sheena. good morning. a trouble spot on new hampshire southbound at 29. sounds like the crash is blocking the southbound lanes of new hampshire. all traffic has to divert on 29 southbound. make a u-turn at lockwood, come back northbound. on to new hampshire again. northbound lanes not
springfield, 395 southbound, the ramp to 644 remains blocked because of an overturned truck. you have the advantage of getting into the inner loop of the of the beltway. the ramp to 634 is blocked. back to you. it's 5:53. news 4 is working with you what you need to know. the next time you pick up a prescription. an investigation finds you may be paying more for your prescription drugs. it happened on a wide variety of generic drugs on certain insurance plans. pharmacists and consumer lawsuits claim it's to hide a clawback. that's money pocketed by middlemen who negotiate the price your insurance company pays for a drug. one pharmacist says it's hard to keep your mouth closed when you see someone overpaying for a drug. >> it's very difficult. i mean as a pharmacist, i'm here to take care of patients. it's hard to see the patient pay more than they should be.
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a matter of months. ♪ plus a local teacher on a local stage. a big battle tonight on the voice. why you'll want to root for this virginia man. >> national anthem outrage. details on the meeting today that could put an end to players' protests. homecoming this saturday. be loud. be proud. >> plus a historic homecoming. the local school getting ready to celebrate a major milestone and let you know how you can join in the fun. good morning everyone. i'm eun yang. i'm angie goff in for aaron gilchrist. a huge weekend for the bison. >> that's right. it's going to be a big deal and the weekend weather is going to be nice, especially considering we're dealing with temperatures in the 40s. >> it's a