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right now on news4 midday. we're getting some new reports of bullets hitting homes in northern virginia and this is something homeowners have been dealing with for a year. this man is accused of multiple assaults and how he was allegedly eight to strike again even after being arrested. and we're seeing more sunshine across the area right now, but temperatures aren't going to cool down just yet. i'll tell you when the cooldown will arrive and a look at your halloween forecast. good tuesday morning. >> we got to start with those storms.
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boy, oh, boy, look at that, it hit our area overnight, but it did a lot more damage down south. you can see that tree topple right over on to a house in north carolina. there's been damage to big sections of both north and south carolina. the storms blew out windows, crushed cars, flattened buildings and even flipped some stru trucks over. we know it's possible that a tornado touched down. about 100,000 people lost power and five schools were forced to shut down in caldwell, north carolina. >> a guy got stuck in the mud on sixth street near virginia avenue southeast. a tow truck had to pull the car out. we also saw some flooding and leave s
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>> we have had so little rain these past few weeks, any more coming our way? >> not until about sunday. so as of last week, this system that moved through overnight looked into a little bit longer lasting and then over the past few days, we started seeing that it was just going to be this small system that was going to move through in the course of just a few hours, and it did while many of you were sleeping. now we're seeing improvements across the areas, more sunshine and temperatures in the 60s, many of our areas will be in the mid to low 70s, so it is going to be another warm one day. so a look at the radar, we're going to see a really nice afternoon. the rain has now moved through the philadelphia area. coming up, though, we do have cool air on the way. i'll show you when that cool air does arrive. >> we're a little overdue for an actual autumn. >> in one part of prince william county, people are finding
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>> people are finding bullet ia >> reporter: chris and what is scarier here is when these bullets are being fired and where we're talking about, into people's homes while they're asleep and near their upstairs bedrooms. take a look here, these bullets are blowing through people's homes. now between 3:00 and 5:30 a.m. on saturday, prince william county police got calls of shots fired. here over in wood bridge, a car and town home struck on the 4300 block of eileen court. police say luckily in both cases, no one was hurt, but there was property damage. we spoke with a man who says he is relieved to hear the damages are not worse. >> absolutely,
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any violence around this neighborhood, too many kids are in this neighborhood, so hopefully they do capture who did this. >> reporter: and regret icalful you live in prince william, you may have heard shots fired. they were morning more than a dozen cases of shots being fired into homes last year. and police say what complicates the situation is that people don't hear the shots being fired. so they're asking you to be alert, because oftentimes people don't find the bullets in their homes until days after the shooting. as for the suspects, no word yet on who they can be, but police are asking neighbors to remain alert and also to not be surprised if they see stepped up patrols in their communities. back in to you in the studio.
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developing this morning, we're asking the bk court d.c.w a man -- attempted to assault and kill a woman at her camp springs home. he was arrested saturday after prince george's county police caught him running from the victim's home naked. several weeks ago, edwards was arrested in d.c. for sexual assaulting a woman that he offered a ride to. a judge ordered him released until trial, but he was supposed to be wearing a gps monitoring device. court records show that two weeks ago, evans tried to tay ir with the device. >> carlos bell is now accused of sexual assaulting 42 children, more than double the originally reported victims. sometime
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they' he admitted that he's hiv positive and now that he's facing more than 200 criminal charges, prosecutors are seeking a life sentence. and we have an update on that triple shooting in alexandria. police describe the shooting as a murder-suicide. it happened sunday night at the all vet tracerans park in nunes police say he shot his 17-year-old ex-girlfriend and her 15-year-old brother and then killed himself. the ex-girlfriend died, but her brother survived the shooting. . t . >> the search for a possible serial killer has police escorting children
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>> reporter: this morning tampa's mayor has a blunt promise. >> we will hunt this son of a [ bleep ] down until we find him. >> reporter: it was standing room only in a community meeting monday night. in the audience, emotional relatives of the three murder victims each gunned down in a one-mile area within 10 days, benjamin mitchell was the first one killed, his aunt, elise dupre. monica haw was second. anthony niboa was the third victim, his father. >> people care, people want to see justice. >> reporter: because all of the killings happened at night, police are urging people to turn on their porch lights after dark and pay attention to their surroundings. >> reporter: detectives took down names of everyone
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killer might be brazen enough to show up. a former fbi profiler says the killer's m.o. suggests there's a good chance he lives in the neighborhood. >> he's comfortable with this neighborhood. >> tampa's police chief says at this point everybody's a suspect. >> there's a very good likelihood that someone in that room knows who's doing it. >> reporter: the families of all three victims say they just don't want to see anymore suffering. >> i hope he finds it in his heart to southern himself in and not continue. he needs to stop. >> reporter: because there are so many police officers in the neighborhood, their on it within moments. kerry sanders, nbc, tampa. nasa is marking the passing of a retired astronaut who
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of the space shuttle challenger. paul white became an astronaut in 1966. he commanded the first launch of the shuttle challenger in april of 1983. three years later, on his 10th launch, the challenger was v destroyed and all seven crewmembers were killed. paul white passed away at his home in arizona. president trump in a new twitter war this morning. his target a republican senator. >> and we're talking about shattered sunroofs, is the problem big enough to warrant a recall? what consumer reports is saying now. >> and it's the end of an era
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for a baby's heart in thel, first 12 weeks of pregnancy. and a future when prenatal pediatrics leads to healthier children. it's being the number one newborn intensive care unit in the country. and giving parents peace of mind. it's less recovering in our bed, and more jumping on yours. stronger is standing out and standing proud. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger.
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. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. the senate could pass a $36.5 billion hurricane relief package today. it would give some much needed cash to puerto rico which is still struggling to recover from the recent hurricanes. $16 billion would also allow the flood insurance program to pay claims related to hurricane harvey in texas. meanwhile, later this afternoon, president trump will
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capitol hill. >> the president will talk with him about taxes. >> tracie potts has a look at what the plan could mean for you. >> reporter: this afternoon, president trump heads to capitol hill, he'll dine with senate republicans to jump-start their efforts to overhaul america's tax code. republican bob corker is skeptical that today's meetings will yield much. >> they're more about photographs, not much about substance, but more power to him. >> reporter: the president striking back on twitter saying, quote, corker couldn't get elected to dogcatcher in tennessee. first lady ivanka trump in pennsylvania selling tax reform as step one of a larger plan to get rid of red tape for businesses. >> that coupled with tax reform
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will be a game changer. >> reporter: but how would the republican tax plan affect working families. one idea, dropping 401(k) requirement contributions from 18,000 to $2,400. >> once you go down to 2,400, you're whacking the heck out of the middle class. >> this is really simple, they're looking for money. >> reporter: money to pay for $1.5 trillion tax cuts, already built into the senate's budget. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. we have got some good news for folks traveling through stafford, extended express lanes are opening on i-95 next week, the extension is adding two more miles to express lanes and you'll be able to use them to exit at garrison road. in a few years your friends will be able to stay at one of the first virgin hotels in the country, you will too. the same company
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airlines is building a hotel in union market in d.c. the hotel will incorporate local arts and artists. it's also supposed to offer fee wi-fi and no cancellation fees. the hotel is expected to open in the fall of 2019. attention shoppers. there are major changes coming to a sears store near you. cnbc's landon dowdy breaks down what you need to know. >> reporter: sears will start selling whirlpool appliances -- "the wall street journal" reports, sears which also owns kmart will sell off the remaining inventory in its stores and has stopped listing whirlpool brands including may tag and kitchenaid on its website. as recently as 2002, sears sold
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and snapchat's spectacles were a hot item when they came out a year ago, but now not so much. the company says they have hundreds of thousands of pairs just sitting in warehouses in china. earlier this year, snapchat's ceo reported sales of the company's sunglasses up to 150,000. the company may have bought more spectacles based on this huge demand, but is now stuck with this huge inventory. it doesn't happen often, but when sunroofs shatter, it can be down right scary and dangerous. we first told you about the danger after it happened to a family in northern virginia. now there is a new push for a recall. consumer reporter susan hogan is taking a look at what you need to know. >> reporter: one july day, steven kauffman hopped into his an
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he was traveling down the highway and suddenly -- >> the sunroof exploded. i thought somebody had taken a shotgun and blown out the glass, it was so loud. >> reporter: his is not an isolated incident. consumer reports recently analyzed over 20 years of data from the national highway traffic safety administration, and reported shatters run roofs in more than 200 models across 35 brands and these are only the cases reported to the agency. some manufacturers know of even more. david freedman of consumers uni uni uni union -- >> while it's not clear exactly why this is happening, the evidence that it is happening is really clear. and so automakers should be much more proactive, just recall these vehicles. >> reporter: the agency is currently only investigating the 2011 through
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suv. >> these sunroofs are shattering and nifta has more than enough to consider this a manufacturer's defect. >> reporter: when it comes to the glass itself, regulators can also call for different kinds of testing. >> the regulations around sunroofs are clearly outdated, they were designed when they were a lot smaller and today they are a lot bigger and regulations need to catch up. >> reporter: the safety of our customers is hyundai's number one priority. >> here's what susan learned about the four things you need to know if this happens to you. so, take pictures and video with your phone immediately and contact your dealer about a repair. if they aren't helpful, contact the automaker itself. you can also enlist you're insurance company to help
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repair. and be sure to file a report with nista at safe car government government. the start of the world series, the heat wave and the big series ahead. >> cowboys are coming to town, so we're going to tell you about the improvents thatme ♪ so we'do you want to do au about the impromonster check? yes. no monsters. ♪ how about the drawer? ♪ no monsters. nightly monster checks are how grant makes home his.
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drops right on time. and it's picked off. >> it sure wasn't supposed to go down like that. the redskins go down on the road, they lost to the philadelphia eagles last night, 34-24. and it was the eagles quarterback who put on a show. >> now the skins are 3 and 3 on the season. sherry burris has a look at some of the highlights last night from philadelphia. >> carson wentz practically beat the redskins single handedly on his own turf. not only did the eagles quarterback do it four times, throwing four touchdown, he was elusive and burned the skins on the ground. >> yeah, he was pretty good. he's a great player, hard to bring down, we
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early, tried to rattle them a little bit, but he played with great poise and made great plays for touchdown. >> he just knows how to make those plays. >> he escaped and ran for like 20 yards, we got to make sure we keep him in the pocket and be sure and don't let him make plays with his feet. >> he pops out and busts into a long run. like i said we got to rebound and get ready for the cowboys. >> up next for the redskins, zack prescott and the dallas cowboys. the world series gets under way tonight and it could be a classic. if you haven't been paying attention to the playoffs, here's why it's a big deal. the houston astros have never won a world series and it's been nearly 30 years since the dodgers won it all. get this, temperatures in l.a. could soar into the triple digits. so tonight'se
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to be a pretty hot one. in fact i just looked on the app. it's 80 degrees there in l.a. right now. it's only, what, 8:30 in the morning. >> but this is baseball weather, right? >> not 100. >> not in los angeles. >> not in l.a. >> so would you rather take a dry 100, or would you rather take a wet 45 degrees? >> dry 100. >> dry, yeah. >> you have less of a chance of pulling a muscle, right? >> what do we have? really dampi 70s? >> we're not going to be a dry 100 today. so we'll be a damp 77 this afternoon. the rain moved through while many of you were sleeping, out in time for the morning commute. so that was good timing for many of you. we're going to continue to see gradual cooling. if you're wondering when that air gets here, it's going to be overnight tonight into
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next chance of rain not until sunday. current temperatures are trying to get up there, 65 in washington, 62 dulles, 65 clinton, still a little bit breezy, here's a live look outside currently. we have more clearing going on. we're seeing more in the way of summer, so that should help us to raise the temperatures. we are dry on satellite radar, the rain we had very early this morning and it moved out around 4:00 a.m. or so. that's all up near new york currently. we stay dry for the rest of the day today, so if you plan on exercising outside, we'll be in the 70s this afternoon, with more sunshine staying dry, 7:00 p.m., we start to see those clearing skies and temperatures start to drop off a bit. so tomorrow morning, you will notice, it's going to get cooler, 62 for the overnight low. tonight's low in the 40s. tomorrow a cool day, sunny, 65. thursday is going to be the chilliest day of the we
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sunshine stretches all the way into the week, saturday still looks good, a warmup into the weekend. but saturday and sunday gets here. we'll look at your entire weekend forecast, and we'll look ahead to your trick or treat forecast. the summer games in pyeongchang is -- the winter games take place in february. it is set to open just a few weeks from now, back here at home. but we have an advanced look inside the new museum of the bible. what the museum has to offer the entire family.
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this movie "in the life of clive davi" how mons.ey
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ralpand as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care from thousands of virginians. as a candidate for governor, i sponsored this ad because i've stood up to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all.
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details on that ambush in niger that left four american soldiers dead. >> sources familiar with the investigation tell nbc news the attack was likely a setup. it was essentially a sneak attack by terrorists tipped off in advance about when u.s. special forces were meeting with tribal leaders in a village that is sympathetic to isis. arizona senator john mccain agrees. >> questions about why four men died. that's the question that most americans want to know. >> the pentagon is conducting an investigation now and officials want to wrap it up quickly. but a key republican lawmaker wants more, including a deep examination into what our military is doing around the world. >> we have troops throughout the world, that are fighting extremists that wish us harm and yet we're working
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the use of force that was put in place in '01. and just an examination of what we're doing around the world, what the directives are, what freedoms our troops have on the ground, which in many cases in the ground, they have been hamstrung. >> senator bob corker says he knew the u.s. had troops deployed in the region. that's important because some of his colleagues say they didn't even know that. here at home this moinrng, we're getting a first look inside the newest museum near the national wall. kristen wright takes us inside the museum of the bible just a few weeks before it opens. >> the newest museum set to hope in just a few weeks has people talking. the museum of the bible tells a story of the text and it's impact on the world and our country. we got an exclusive look as construction finishes up and the exhibits are set up throughout eight
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nazareth village and the children's area. what does the museum hope to establish? >> when people walk away, we want them to think that they have had a wonderful experience at the museum and we hope they'll also say to themselves, maybe i need to look a little more closely at this fantastic book, the bible. >> security is of great concern, we got a glimpse of the system, designed to move big crowds quickly and safely. in the district, kristen wright, news4. >> every time he submits one, i say i don't think that's a good song at all and he's always right. >> this is the scene from clive davis, the sound track of our lives, it's one of the many films being screened this week as part of the washington west film festival. the founder of the festival is here to tell us what to expect. thanks for being with us. it looks so fantastic, i know you've got lots of movies to
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thursday? >> thursday night is our opening night. >> so oscar winner robert duvall is going to introduce that movie? >> robert duvall is going to introduce the audience to the film, and it's all about the life of clive davis, the producer most notably known for discovering whitney houston. >> it's close to a sellout, but i was told this morning tickets are still available. >> you've got some other special guests coming including tie burrell from the rapper family and you've got bradford young. >> we're really excited. so the ty burrell screening is sold out. foster kids will be telling their stories on film through a series of short films. and then our closing night event sunday evening is with bradford,
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they have made two short films about race in america. bradford young just started shooting the new "star wars" film a few weeks ago. >> you've got a range of different subjects and topics, how did you choose the movies? >> filmmakers all around the world are trying to get into washington west now, which is really exciting for us. over 500 film submissions came in this year. so we have a screening team of 40, and they screen all of our initial films and then we get that list down to about 50. so this year we have 57 films. >> the box office receipts, you're telling me will go to -- >> we say sritoes can change the world, so we give away our box office profits to communities that struggle with hunger, illness or poverty in some way. our audience
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attending the festival. >> tell us all the locations, arlington and eastern louden, this year it's restin town center, and two locations in eastern louden. and tickets are on our website, lots of information about all the films. >> if you had to pick one or two that are your favorites, can you do that? >> we have a short program called surf and turf. one about a local runner, it's an espn films documentary that will air next year. and, yes, so, yeah, many. i think our end conversation with bradford young and common, is one of my favorites that i'm looking forward to. lots to choose from. >> it's
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where can epeople get tickets? >> w >> i can't wait to see them. >> can't wait to have you. >> so many different films, there's a little something for everyone. sunny skies, a fresh coat of paint, this landmark is a major sign of at children's national, stronger is caring for a baby's heart in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. and a future when prenatal pediatrics
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it's being the number one newborn intensive care unit in the country. and giving parents peace of mind. it's less recovering in our bed, and more jumping on yours. stronger is standing out and standing proud. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger. vowould be a disaster forion virginia families.e adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged thousands more. 685,000 virginians would lose their health care. and adams is against medicaid expansion - denying coverage to thousands of veterans, children and the disabled. john adams: higher costs, less coverage, hurting virginians. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
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well, more than a month after a hurricane hit the caribbean, maryland national guardsmen are stepping up to help. governor larry hogan says they'll whebe there for as lock 30
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if you'll remember, back to back hurricanes hit there last month. new video today, take a look at this. one of the florida keys most photographed tourist attractions is looking better than ever. key west's southern most point marker is now fully restored, thanks to a group of local artists. it took a beating when hurricanhurricane irma hit last month. >> i have been there many times, and when you're there, you know you have hit the southern most point. >> meanwhile, so we got 70s and we're going to be heading south? >> yes, so even -- yes, even though the rain moved through early this morning and a lot of people might have thought we were going to get cooler after, we still have today. it's still going to be warm today, we're going to be in the 70s, but then the cooler air
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tomorrow and thursday will be the coolest day out of the week. then we go into the weekend, with a little bit of a warmup with a chance of rain. look at the skies outside, what a difference only a few hours make, we had mostly overcast skies when the sun came up. now we're clearing as that very early rain has moved away, it's 65 degrees, we have a light breeze at 6 miles an hour. we should start to warm up quickly, into the 70s this afternoon. the rain is now approaching new york. we're dry and we will stay that way for the rest of the day. if you need a dog to walk, we have bootsey available. by 4:00 p.m., 76 degrees, warm and dry, clear skies will start to allow those temperatures to fall overnight. we're still going to be right around 77. tomorrow we drop, 65, coolest day thursday, with a high of only 59 degrees, friday we're back upun
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for your week and saturday, 70 degrees, pretty nice, sunday is our next chance of rain with temps in the mid 60s. now your halloween forecast is looking pretty good for the trick-or-treaters by 5:00 p.m., 61 degrees. by 9:00 p.m., temperature is kind of chilly, around 53. we stay drythrou through saturd next week does look nice and dry for halloween, so all the trick for treaters i think will really enjoy it. a really pleasant feeling out there, guys. >> a little more like fall. paying more for a long shot, the lottery that will soon be charging you more for a chance to win. problem solving gadgets, we orve gadgets that monit your
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it's going to be even harder and more expensive to play megamillions too. first here are the facts. take your chances on winning the megamillions jackpot. 1 in 159 million. your chance of winning the power ball. 1 in 292 million. but now the good news, if y
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win, the payout will be larger. and news4's tom sherwood has the details. >> reporter: the promise, untold riches. just a winning ticket away. some know the huge odds against winning. >> i wouldn't win, i'm not that lucky. >> reporter: the chances are 300 million to one. >> that's true, and i'm not the one. >> reporter: many do play, megamillions or power ball. do you play megamillions? >> no, i play power ball. >> reporter: what's the difference? >> i just feel luckier playing power ball. >> reporter: tickets on saturday go from $1 each, to $2, the megajackpot, 15 million to $40 million. >> remember when the power ball got to $1.6 million, how exciting that
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megamillions is trying to do exactly the same thing. >> but the odds, 300 million to 1. the chance of being hit by lightning, 1 in 350,000. hit by a meteorite, 1.6 million, and attacked by a shack, 1 in 11.5 million. officials always say, play responsibly. >> you need to be cautious, we always say you don't bet the farm when you play these games. >> reporter: still, many think they can defy the odds, no matter what they are. >> the chance of winning a power ball is almost 300 million to 1. >> that's okay, i can be the one person. >> i would say, wait, i don't want to hear the odds, don't tell me. look, chances are there's some amazing little device out there that would make your life easier if only you had actually heard of it.
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gadget nation, steve greenberg is going to show us six problems and six gadgets. number one, you want to make your house a smart home, but you're like the least handy person in the world. >> and i play a tech guy on tv, but i'm not that saf i have. i'm going to install this on live television right now. all you do is put it on your switches. no tools, you don't have to do any kind of fancy wiring, no screwdriver thing. and now it's synced up to your smart phone, you can use audio so you can use your voice or you push a bottom. they also have outlets you can plug in and you can control those also on your smart phone, just press a button and the light comes on. so it's really easy, this is great for dorm rooms, grandparents, whatnot. it
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>> speaking of smart phones and remotes. i've got remote overload, i've got a controller for every device. >> this is a mom and pop invention, we all have these streaming devices, and it's great they control the streaming, but they don't control the tv. these folks invented side clip. it snaps on, so you've got a universal remote attached to that. so you can turn down the volume, change the mode, about $29, am son best buy side click, a mom and pop invention. i love it. >> steve, security has come a long way, i'm in the market for a good camera, but you got the monthly fees, all that stuff. >> this is an outdoor camera, i actually have live pictures of -- i actually had it set up in miami. what's great about this -- this actually looks very nice. this is easy to set up, there's
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the television, 15 minutes goes by, when they get up, the tanda bed is nice and cool, the regular bed is still hot. next, this is called a irk issal home. this little circumstancele righ. so you have a profile for each member of the family, you want them on instagram or you don't want them on instagram. at 10:00 bedtime, internet is off. you can control all that from circle home, meet no monthly fee also. >> let's talk about seniors, a lot of seniors are shown to be depressed and lonely and they're living alone. >> i was a judge in japan, where i found this product. and this is called kubo, and it's designed for seniors. and as you play with it and interact with it. s
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of it. there i am actually giving this product an award in japan. it's a way of kind of having a pet, but not having a pet. but for seniors especially. it's great. i kind of love it. it's great to decrease the anxiety, depression and loneliness. it's kuoobo. >> next time my wife's out of time. >> kuoobo is filling in. >> pat, i like it. >> i'll take one of each. steve, thank you. it is pretty tough to avoid around this time of year, we're talking not gadgets, but candy.
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ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
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well this week expert whisky makers will be at george washington's mount vernon estate. they're going to make a new whisky to commemorate the opening of washington's distillry. at the time of his death in 1799, washington ran the largest distillry in the country. loads and loads of candy, you can see why so many kids love halloween, but after the fun night is over, what do
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the candy overload and a complete sugar meltdown? we have the answer as we get you ready. >> she's back, the switch witch, come halloween night, if the kids have been good and leave out all of their candy, she'll switch it with a toy. as santa's secret helper, halloween holly also helps get rid of the extra treats without the tears. as the story goes, kids pick out so of their favorites, the rest you leave in a bowl for halloween holly. you can also consider donating candy to those in need. the miracle foundation collects thousands of pounds of unwanted tweets for halloween to fill the snack carts for families caring for sick children. many do
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sweets off to the troops. and keep in mind, most candy is freezable. save it and use it for a fun holiday craft for the kids or a play date down the road. >> and a fourth thing you can do, it's been catching on in recent years, it's called reverse trick for treating. so kids get in their costumes and go out and give back their candy to their neighbors or even a place like a hospital or nursing home. it's pretty cool. we're getting you ready for halloween all week, tomorrow, i'm going to show you some of the latest apps that maybe will help you get your kids out and back a lot faster and not waste so much time out there trick-or-treating. >> sweet ideas, now all we need is a sweet forecast. >> i have a sweet forecast, especially if you like 70s, 70s will be back for days. overnight, clear skies, temperatures cool
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52 by tomorrow morning, i think many suburbs will be in about the upper 40s. wednesday afternoon, tomorrow, it's going to be cooler, 65 degrees, sunday, that's going to be the coolest day of the week, temperatures only reaching the upper 50s. friday 67 degrees and sunny, going into the weekend, saturday looks good, a little bit of a warmup around 70 on sunday. next week, though, for the trick-or-treaters, the very important forecast for your woon tuesd halloween tuesday. we'll be seeing dry temperatures mainly in the 50s. it's going to feel more like it should for the halloween time of year, guys. and thank you for being with us, that's news4 at midday. we'll be back on the air this afternoon first at 4:00. >> it you can get your news and weather updates any time w
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