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plus, a d.c. tradition like no other. a race through the streets in heels? >> look at the bride. >> blushing bride? not quite. >> wonder woman. >> look at the knee high white boots. whoa. >> you know my favorite part, the beards. >> the bearded lady? >> me, too. i love seeing a guy with a beard dressed as a woman. >> i thought you were talking about women but whatever. >> different kind of beard. it's 5:00 in the morning. >> it's 5:00 in the morning. >> 5:00 somewhere. >> that's right. >> that was a high heel race in dupont circle. very interesting and colorful event every year. >> it sure is. i love the fact that they got to close all the streets down around there. there's probably 5 to 7,000 people on the sidewalks so i'm glad the weather was good. i tweeted that out. i got a lot of push back. the weather petter be
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there. >> not going to work this morning. >> ankle injuries. it's cool this morning so i think you need the lace jacket. winchester in the 40s. then look at fredericksburg coming in at 49. 60 in annapolis. temperatures will be cooler than yesterday so it will feel more like fall. currently dry. kind of a mix of sun and clouds. your bus stop forecast, light jackets for the kids. pretty chilly, 63. 3:00 p.m. temperatures in the mid 60s. tomorrow morning a little bit cooler. tomorrow afternoon as well. we'll take a look at the forecast coming up. let's check your roads on this wednesday. good morning, jack taylor. >> hey, sheena. good morning. prince gorges county, power problem not sure. it sounds like we've got some signals
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potentially dark along green belt road. if this is a normal path of travel, pay attention to that. traffic here alternating through. looking pretty good on the beltway. work zones are clear. we've got a lot of green on the map. nothing in your way early. aaron, eun, back to you. >> jack, thank you. your time is 5:02. breaking news from overnight. d.c. police caught someone with a weapon near catholic university. >> chris lawrence at the live desk now. chris, what's going on? >> yeah, aaron, let me take you through this in order. police say there was a robbery montgomery county. they drove into the district and crashed their car. that's when they jumped out and ran towards catholic university. the search of the campus and the school ordered everyone to shelter in place. the d.c. police were able to capture one person and said they're no longer searching for the second
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we did send adam tuss to cath lynn university. we'll take you live as soon as he gets there. 5:03 right now. the naacp has issued a travel advisory urging african-americans to reconsider flying with american airlines. the group says it's concerned about the treatment of black passengers after a series of what it calls troubling incidents. several passengers say they were downgraded from the first class seats they paid for to coach without an explanation. others said they had a hard time accessing wheelchairs and strollers when they got off the plane. we spoke with the naacp by phone. we were told about a board member and how they were heckled on a flight. >> actually give snide comments about him and even threatened him. when the airline associates came back to see what was going on, they decided they would put him off the plane as well. >> american airlines said
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meet with our team. we are committed to having a dialogue about our airline and are ready to listen and engage. it is a political earthquake that has shaken the republican party. arizona senator jeff flake said he will retire instead of working with a leader he says he finds dangerous to democracy. flake delivered a scathing speech aimed at president trump when he announced he would not seek re-election. >> we must stop pretending that the degradation of our politics and the conduct of some in our branch are not normal. developing this morning, a murder suspect that has been on the run for eight months is now behind bars. jason alan johnson was tracked down and arrested in new york. johnson is accused of killing michael gray back in february. investigor
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stems from a dispute at a house pooert. now before you go jogging this morning, we have a warning about a sexual assault. >> it happened along a popular trail in buoy. news 4's just pin. . this happens -- this is a very inviting place. there are trails back here. that's what makes it so unsettling, to know a woman was attacked here in their neighborhood when they feel safe. boy, flis tell us about 4:30 p.m. monday in this area that womt was attacked. on the trail area near jennings mill drive and jennings mill land. this man in gray sweatshirt and black pants came out from the woods to sexually attack her. she was able to fight him off. he got away. a dad is
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he says he is now keeping an extra close eye on his family. >> it makes me feel scared. i never had issues at all in this neighborhood. it makes me feel uneased. my daughter normally sits out front during the day. of course i've told her to stop doing that completely. >> reporter: prince gorges county police will be back on this case. they will be out here to hand out flyers and talk with the residents about what happened out here and also to get some tips to help catch this guy very soon. back in to you. >> that incident is making people change their routines. pretty big deal. justin, thank you jook 5:06 now. basketball's latest social media sensation by way of his dad takes on the wizards tonight. we are talking about lonzo ball. his dad gave a prediction of sorts about tonight's game agns
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>> lonzo ain't losing again. not in the same week. >> lamar ball has been very vocal, shall we say, since lonzo was drafted. >> why not. >> wizards center marcin gortat, man, please. john wall will torture him for 48 minutes. john wall didn't respond initially but did tell the washington post he plans to show no mercy in tonight's game. the only way to quiet your critics, you show up and play ball. let's go. the wizards are undefeated so far. >> there you go. >> they're the only team in their division with a 3-0 record. we have a lot of games to play, too. tonight's game is in los angeles. >> they need to get a win. talk a little smack. >> just to quiet all of that down. how about that? >>
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into right center field. dodgers win game wunchts ah, well. >> new this morning, the los angeles dachblg gers won game one. this guy, clayton kershaw was a hero here. >> really good. >> game two in los angeles tonight at 8:00. >> the best thing, even if you're not an l.a. fan. >> these four guys are playing in 100 degree heat. good morning, everybody. after seven days in a row 70 degrees or higher, little autumn tumble in our temperatures coming our way. you'll notice it chilly for a little while. saturday very optimistic about your upper plans sat. the whole five d
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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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we're following some breaking news this morning at catholic university. a shelter in place has been lifted after police search that campus for an armed robbery suspect. news 4's adam tuss live on the scene with more. adam, what happened? >> reporter: well, waking up this morning, eun, and students looking at their phone and seeing there was a shelter in place on campus. the police are going around campus this morning. again, one person has been located and what we're hearing from d.c. police is there was a car crash on north capital street from an armed robbery. two suspects ran towards catholic university apparently and that is why the shelter in place was put in place. take a look at this tweet here from the university that went out this morning. that's why we've been getting calls at the station about what was going on. that tweet tells you,
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not a drill. back out here live, students are starting to wake up here and going about their day. the good news is the shelter in place has been lifted. the suspect has been arrested and a weapon has been recovered. guys, we'll stay on top of it for you. back to you. >> adam tuss live for you near catholic university. thank you. 5:13 now. imagine getting a knock at your door and it's police urging your family to stay vigilant because there's a possible serial killer prowling in your neighborhood. that nightmare is a reality near tampa, florida, or near downtown tampa. in the last two weeks these three people have been shot to death within a mile radius of one another. all three rode the bus and were alone when they were shot. the city of tampa is taking every precaution to protect people in the area including having police escort children to school. 5:13.
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about an attempted rape. the 81-year-old victim found kari edwards in her garage naked. he chased the victim and locked the door and edwards climbed through the kitchen window and began to choke her. when officers arrived edwards took off with the victim's purse, keys, phone and wallet. they caught up with him a few hours later. edwards was already under court suspicious after allegedly assaulting another woman in d.c. last month. he's now being held without bond. chaos at lunchtime after a car crashed into a restaurant. dozens of customers were inside eating lunch. several of them had to be treated at the hospital. the driver, vernelle robinson, she talked to
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of this happened. >> my brakes went out. that's where -- i was trying not to panic. that's how i ended up over there. >> still no word this morning on any possible charges for robinson. keep an eye on the nbc washington app. we will post an update as we learn more information. 5:15. every kid looks forward to trick or treating and most kids do. parents, you might want to make the most of your time and let the kids get the candy. >> there is an app for that, of course. news 4's chris lawrence put a costume on with his kids to show us how to use it. we get you ready for halloween. >> reporter: from a little princess to a power ranger. >> trick or treat. >> reporter: we rounded up some young trick or treaters to go on a trial run in south arlington. >> got your basket? >> reporter: using a halloween treat mask on the next door app. it guides us to the first home where we know they're giving out
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candy. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> reporter: there will be a little icon in your neighbors section. you hit the candy corn, it asks you. giving out candy? if not, hit no. an icon pops up over your home. >> basically what the app is doing is telling us what houses we don't need to bother with, right? who wants to waste time on halloween? definitely not these kids. >> trick or treat. >> reporter: or for that matter, their parents. >> you have a limited amount of time before bedtime and you want to hit as many houses as you can. that gina mendoss ace you -- neighbors get stuj with a huge stash. >> it's always disappointing when you have a huge amount of candy us
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>> good luck and -- oh, yeah. >> trick or treat! >> how cute are chris's kids. i mean, adorable. we didn't miss the fact that he was wearing the teenage mutant ninja turtle costume. if you missed our ready for the holiday series. search ready for halloween. this morning more than 150 runners might be waking up walking a little bit slower after proving that high heels aren't necessarily made for running. this was the 31st annual high heel race in dupont circle. you had to dress in drag. >> right. right. the wig. >> the ball gown. >> big parade prece
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muriel bowser served as one of the grand marshals. >> are there any women who participate in this race? >> i think chuck told me no. >> what was the winner's name? >> sue pository. >> i didn't get it earlier. chuck laughs away. wouldn't tell me. our audio guy, tony, didn't tell me. >> drag queen. >> they told me. >> all depends. running in a stiletto is different from running in a block heel. that makes all the difference not just how high the heel is. >> and the winner had boots on. did you notice? >> i did notice that. >> big difference. >> we understand these things about the high heels. >> basically we're trying to tell you, if you do the boot race, make sure they're high heels and make sure they're not stilettos. >> starting off on the chilly side. a light fall jacket. cool this afternoon. we're
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fall staying nice and dry. weekend looks good for half of it. dry saturday. looking at a rainy sunday unfortunately. right now it's 56 degrees in washington. 55 leesburg, 56 manassas. fredericksburg coming in at 49 degrees. we're dry. we have some clouds starting to move in. as we go through the afternoon, you'll see the 34imix of cloudsd sun. temperatures in the mid 60s. your grilling forecast as we head into the weekend, friday is looking good, 68 degrees, sunny skies, saturday and sunny. if you're grilling for the redskins game, it doesn't look good. 64 and rainy. now looking ahead to your halloween, your trick or treat forecast is looking really good. i think the trick or
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no rain in the forecast, temperatures in the 60s. then throughout the evening dropping quickly into the 50s. dry conditions for halloween. there's the 70 coming on saturday. lasting through sunday night. and your extended forecast, let's take a look at the roads with jack taylor. good morning, jack. >> sheena, the beltway is quiet for now. inner and outer loop will have travel lanes available. limited issue on green belt avenue near kennel worth avenue. malfunctioning traffic signals. crews still working on the rock creek parkway down through the ken at this center. should clear within the hour. 6:15, that's the latest. that's when they usually are gone. back in to you.
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>> you know your eyes are going to swell up. >> that's right. soldier surprise that will start your morning off. the sweet way one soldier made sure his little girl's birthday wish came true. >> so many of you have shared photos. use
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you're watching "news 4 today." >> welcome back at 5:24 today. part of best sister week on today. i was able to share the special bond i have with my sister. >> angie goff, after many years of living apart are finally together again. >> i'm angie. >> i'm trisha. >> and i'm jenny and we're the goff girls. >> three sisters so close yet so very different. trisha, the stereotypical fir
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i mean, the girl read the dictionary for fun. >> it's in my kitchen. that was a beautiful book. >> jenny, the baby, she got away with everything, including a tattoo and a tongue ring. >> they found out when i couldn't speak. >> in between there was me, the classic middle child who just had to find ways to remind everybody i existed. >> she told me months after she did this that she cleaned the toilet with my toothbrush. >> despite some rivalry my sisters have been there from broken bones to broken hearts to the hand me downs. >> what about the hand me down costume. >> the clowns. >> whatever we're wearing, my sisters have always had my back talking me out of decisions. >> you came in in this fluffy fur coat and you were like, i have to run away. i have to go. >> and standing by me on my biggest day. >> here's the babies. >> but it's days like this at the park that are a real treasure. >> for the first time
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the same place. >> right? >> that's what makes it so great. i think we're the closest we've ever been. >> never been happier in my life. >> and that is the best part, being able to live near your sisters. take a look at this. angie's happy to report her little sister jenny just gave birth to a healthy baby boy named maverick. congratulations. 5:26 now. flag slap. president trump the target of a new protest. how one local man's actions drawing new questions about security on capitol hill. >> plus, homes riddled with bullet holes. it happened again. we'll take you to the community that is now living in fear. and good morning. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell outside on the front lawn of channel 4. temperatures in the mid 50s. fair weather clouds passing overhead. i think you're going to like the way today may turn out. you
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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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"news 4 today" begins with breaking news. breaking news overnight had some students at a local college campus on edge. d.c. police urged everyone at a campus facility to shelter in place. one person was arrested. d.c. police gave the all clear just before
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at 4:00 a.m. more details coming up from the live desk. 5:30 is your time right now. good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. we want to get you out the door on time. wednesday, your news 4 team is working for you. >> chuck bell is working outside on the weather desk. how does it feel? >> i like it. little breeze out of the northwest, 5 to 10 miles per hour. little autumn chill. mid 50s is what you should plan on your way out the door. wanted to give the good old-fashioned shoutout to la plata high school's marching band. only 20 members in the band. they get a bigger piece of the pie. congratulations. 1a state champs. outside this morning, here's the clouds i was talking
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quite as cold as it could have been this morning. not as cold as it will end up being tomorrow. just enough sunshine to get temperatures into the low 50s. there will be cloudy periods from time to time. when the clouds come by we'll feel a little cool. today's daily grade a b plus. high today, 55 degrees. you'll need a light jacket and long sleeves and jeans. you can leave it home. jack taylor with the morning news. >> we had a utility problem on green belt road near kennel worth avenue. left turn lane is blocked westbound. plan ahead for that, please. you'll find in bound pennsylvania avenue before dower house road. the shoulder becomes a travel rain for morning rush hour. so authorities are
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to remove it as quickly as possible. the rock creek parkway, traffic coming through. crews clear by 6 or 6:15. >> thank you. 5:32. here's a look at your other top stories. bowie police department is investigating a sexual assault on a jogging trail. happened on monday afternoon. we'll check in with news 4's justin finch near the trail coming up in 15 minutes. mike pence broke a tie vote in the senate to break an obama era rule. it goes to president trump's desk for signature. he is expected to sign it. >> as 80% of puerto ricans remain without power right now, the senate is trying to send help. it passed a $36.5 billion er
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accounts providing much needed infusion of catch. some breaking news now after a shelter in place order at catholic university overnight. >> chris lawrence is at the live desk with details. what's going on now? >> we're getting a lot of new information about this story. the campus, the college asked students to stay inside their rooms and lock the doors so that d.c. police could try to find the suspect. here's what we know now. montgomery police are telling us that at about 1:30 in the morning they responded to a shooting on new hampshire avenue. one person was shot. take a look at this, dc police got an alert that a car was heading into the district. that car crashed and
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scene and another person jumped out and ran away. there was a campus wide shelter in place. adam tuss is getting to the scene. he's going to have an update on this story coming up at 6:00, back to you guys. new this morning, a prince gorges county vol lunl tear fire chief is charged with 49 traffic violations. the charles county sheriff's office said he was arrested on tuesday morning. he's accused of threatening to slash the tires of his girlfriend's car in waldorf and speeding away from officers twice. that final pursuit was in a ford explorer that was clearly marked with prince gorges county fire logos. mysterious bullets found inside people's homes. they're raising alarms in prince williams county. prince william county say no one heard the gunfire when it
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was hurt. last year gunfire damaged more than a dozen people and police never caught the suspect. he's accused of stabbing a man last webs. maryland state police arrested ronald paul. he tried to stop paul from driving in the shoulder lane to by pass it. he was able to remember part of his description of the truck. a warning before you use an atm this morning. they found a skimming device on the atm inside the hamilton street 7-eleven. thieves use those skimmers to get your personal information once your card is in the slot. a similar device was found in an atm on the same street a few weeks prior. u'
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a warning about flying now. a travel advisory issued for african-americans. the airline that's being called out and why. plus, a third grader gets the birthday surprise of her lifetime. we'll show you the union that re
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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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you're watching "news 4 today." you know this is my favorite kind of story, military reunions. it's just so super sweet. a father home from deployment in pakistan surprised his daughter on her birthday. here's mom reading a story. mblg kayla jones a student and she just turned nine. >> when her dad showed up in class she welcomed him home in the sweetest way. look at this again. >> daddy! >> mckayla's dad gave her a big hug. she didn't let go. he was serving in pakistan. it kind of seemed like mckayla couldn't believe he was there. >> she was almost like, is it really him?
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i think it's him. >> amazing. >> started crying. >> of course she's crying again. she hasn't seen her father. she missed him. i'd be crying all day. >> unbelievable. >> so the woman you saw reading there in class was mckayla's mother. she set this whole thing up. big operation. >> best birthday ever. you think about all the sacrifices that our military service men and women make and the families at home. to see that beautiful reunion. >> really nice. >> colonel jones is home for good. he's been reassigned to the pentagon. hugs every day. >> welcome home and thank you for your service. how would you like to pay $70 to visit a national park. i would not. a new charge having tourists crying foul. the scene of a sexual assault. i'm justin finch and we are live with the information that police want you to hear this morning.
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and before you do head out this morning, i'd grab a light jacket. it's a little bit cool outside. for your drive, nice and dry this morning. expect it that way throughout the day. commute looks good. coming up we'll take a look at your full forecast and see when the next chance of rain comes in. >> upper marlboro, before dower house road, dealing with a broken down vehicle. that's going to become a travel lane here in about 18 minutes. eaan ahd.
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they brought their fiercest one by oparty game.uts came. but under the moon they met their doom far too soon. get your spooky donuts or ten munchkins for $1.99 at dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'.
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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
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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. attacked on a jogging trail. the safety scare near a popular children's playground. flying while black. the warning from the naacp. why they want you to take a closer look at the
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book for your next trip. "mean girls" in d.c. the reason tina fey has been spending a lot of time in the nation's capitol. you're watching "news 4 today". 5:45 now. president trump is on defense dealing with a scathing critique of not one but two republican senators. >> arizona senator jeff flake is the latest lawmaker to unload on the president while at the same time announcing he will not run for re-election. news 4's tracie potts live on capitol hill. the white house calling the criticisms petty. what does all of this mean for the gop. >> well, it means that that razor thin margin that they had two votes feekting health care could come back into play as they try to rally together and get tax reform done. there are now at least two very outspoken republican senators, jeff flake and bob corker of tennessee, whok
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president's character. then there are others like susan collins, senator mccain and others who don't vote in lock step with the party. it means an uphill battle for the republicans to -- >> reporter: this was a tight vote, 50-50 until vice president pence came in and did his tie breaker. it allowed class action suits against banks and credit card companies. that goes away. it's headed to the president's desk for his signature. republicans who got rid of it say it was essentially benefitting trial lawyers and most of the mope in these cases was going to the lawyers and not the consumers. situations with the
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breach, they said they were not protecting consumers. now they've gotten rid of the rule overnight. >> tracie potts on the hill. thank you. the other big torey on capitol hill was a security breach. ryan clayton managed to get a few feet away mr. president trump, he flthrew flags at him. this happened outside of the senate chamber. you must have a press or staff credential to be in that area. clinton didn't have either. he said he did it because he thinks the president is a, quote, clear and present danger. >> reporter: we're following some breaking news here at the live desk. two people have been shot and killed on a college campus. one of them is a student. they have not tracked down a suspect so far.
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the shooting happened outside of a dorm after some type of fight broke out. one was a student, a senior at the school. students are being told to stay in their rooms, we'll be sure to bring it to you. >> chris, thank you. before you go jogging this morning we have a worry about a sexual assault. news 4's justin finch has the live details. >> reporter: when you look around you see why this place is so special to so many people. you have jogging trails, a playground and a place for neighbors to gather and feel safe. that's why so many people here are surprised to hear a woman was attacked here just feet away from several homes. bowie police tell us this happened about monday, 4:30 in the afternoon. a woman is walking in a trail area. she is
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gray sweatshirt and black pants. he went over towards her and sexually assaulted her. she was able to fight him off but he was able to get away. we spoke with a father nearby and he is disturbed to be here. >> it makes me feel scared. this neighborhood is not like that. it makes me feel kind of uneasy. my daughter normally sits out front during the day so i told her to stop doing that. >> prince gorges county police are joining bowie police in this investigation. they'll come back out here with flyers soon to canvass more information that leads to the capture of this suspect. in bowie, i'm in news 4. naacp is urging
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different airlines. >> they say there is a series of troubling incidents. several passengers say they were downgraded from first class seats they paid for to coach. others had a hard time accessing wheelchairs and strollers trying to get off the board. they would be say snide comment about them and threaten them. when they came back, they decided they would put him off the plane as well. >> we will invite representatives of the naacp to meet with our team at our haed quarters in and texas. public transportation is a life line. >>
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is even greater. >> susan hogan is working for you and has a look ahead to her story. >> reporter: imagine how you'd feel if a loved one, your parent or grand parent, was left stranded for hours by metro access because they failed to pick them up. we've heard from a number of seniors who shared their stories and tonight news 4 is getting the answers. >> no one really want to be confined to a wheelchair. everybody want to be independent. >> senior citizens like sophie abraham say they've waited for hours for metro access to pick them up or drop them off. it's their only means of transportation. they say they're fed up. the measure says it does have challenges and they are working right now to make things better. riders we spoke with said not soon enough. tonight they tell us this is putting their health at
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>> susan hogan there for us. chuck bell here for us now. >> yes. we can feel the difference this morning. >> big change. >> cooler. >> you turn the ac nobody down a click. >> should we be concerned be? >> you should be. i know how much you don't care for the cold, but yesterday another fine day to be outside. i was trying to determine monumental and stas twoesque. >> that's bella. >> she's very statuesque. that's where i got the movie -- the word statuesque. look at all of the great fall color coming into the downtown national mall. find me on the picture forecast 4 you on instagram. mostly cloudy start. 56 degrees now with a light north to
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that will be with us for the remainder of the day. this will swing on out of here. we should end up with a decent amount of sunshine. then there's a pocket of cold air aloft. as that comes by, it might bubble up an extra feel of clouds. clouds, sun, clouds, sun. not much of anything in the way of an organized rain chance. they might put out a drop or two. the next big rain threat shows up on sunday which is not necessarily good news for 'skins and cowboys fans. temperature wise cool this morning in the low to mid 50s. upper 50s and 60s across the area for highs today. tomorrow morning will be noticeably colder than today.
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30s in the suburbs. highs 61 degrees. 67 friday. back to near 70 on saturday. dry saturday but steadiest rain and it might be in time for kickoff on sunday afternoon. now, how is traffic, jack? >> well, the roads are dry, thank you for that. on the inner loop of the beltway, we have had some activity before dower house road, broken down vehicle blocked the right lane. until 6:00. green belt avenue, a utility issue. functioning traffic light, very careful. have crews on scene. one left lane will get by eastbound. westbound the left turn lane remains closed.
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traffic signals malfunctioning so be careful. >> jack, thank you. 5:55. it may soon cost you a little bit more to go visit a national park. the national park service is considering a price hike at 17 of its most visited park. the shenandoah national park is one of them. under this proposal the price of a weekly pass at shenandoah would cost you $70. that's nearly triple. the extra money would be used to fix aging infrastructure at the park. you have until november 23rd to tell the park service what you think. the final decision is expected by later this year. good morning, i'm contessa brewer at cnbc headquarters. amazon is taking aim at office depot and staples. it will offer two days free shipping on office supplies. multiple people who are
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the offer. the annual fee is $500 for up to ten users. $1300 for up to 100 users and $10,000 for more than five. well, there are a million quotable lines from "mean girls" the movie. now we are just a few days away from "mean girls" the musical opening in washington. >> is that one of the lines? >> you went straight to that one, huh? >> the musical has been spending a lot of time here preparing for open night. we caught up with her to find out why they chose the premiere of the show here in washington, d.c. >> this is a town that needs humor to surprise. >> true story, tina fey. >> it's a smart town and they will be helpful to us. >> the music call opens at the
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the author who wrote the book, they're involved with the musical. >> having anything involved with tina fey is going to be hilarious. >> the movie you enjoyed it. chuck watched it. i think you should watch it. >> it's a classic i heard somebody say. >> somebody said that, not me. coming up on news 4 at 6:00 a.m., unexpected drive through. >> a crash sends customers scrambling. hear what the driver says went wrong. and we continue to follow breaking news. we are live on the campus of catholic university after a scare. new details about the crime that led up to a campus lockdown and the reason the police finally gave the all clear.
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campus concerns. students told to shelter in place. >> attack on a trail and the fight for survival. the assault that happened in the shadows of a playground. >> ouch. not always pretty but a photo finish at the high heel race at
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it looked intentional. if it was not intentional, i apologize. >> on tv over and over. >> it's hard to run into high heels. kudos to the high heel racers. >> we're going to be running the thing next year. >> since eun and i figured out the formula, you have to now. >> block heel. not too high. >> platform might help you. >> i'm going to take chris to school on this race with me. >> this is going to be epic. >> so good it's not happening. what would you like to tell us about the weather. >> then our close up next year will be of chuck doing a summer sought at the end.


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