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it's 5:00 a.m. and we are getting our first look at newspaper headlines this morning. just hours after the deadliest terror attack in new york city since september 11th, 2001. take a look, "the new york post" headlines, terror returns to nyc. >> take a look at the photo on the left the daily news, bike path bloodbath. simple but relatively effective. i'm chris lawrence. >> i'm eun yang. aaron gill crest is live in tribeca. aaron, set the scene for us this morning. >> reporter: really a horrifying scene unfolded here yesterday afternoon. this morning this is still an area that is swarming with police officers. you can see behind me where this road about a block away from where that home depot truck is still sitting is blocked off
new york city police officers. patrol cars still on scene here as well. we expect that this area will be closed off. the new york city police department just released a statement saying this will be closed off for the foreseeable future. the latest on the investigation coming up in just a minute. for now chris and eun, back to you. >> it's now 5:01. we're working for you to get you out the door on time. >> we'll let you know about any traffic tie-ups on the road. we want to start with storm team 4 meteorologist sheena parveen. how's it looking out there? >> good morning, guys. still chilly. as we go through the day today, one thing you'll notice, a lot of clouds around. 46 in washington, 43 leesburg and lorton 43. manassas, 41 degrees. 39 in winchester. long sleeves, the jackets, but here come the clouds. now we have some clear skies with thin cloud cover. more cloud cover back off to the west. that will start to move in. the rain you see off to the
but then it will break up. we really just have some sprinkles in the forecast. now your wednesday commute, the roads will be nice and dry. again, a few sprinkles. don't be surprised if you see that by lunchtime, 60 degrees. through the afternoon we'll still be cool in the mid 60s. a huge warmup as we go in through the week. wait until you see the temperatures, melissa mollet. the commute doesn't look too bad. >> pretty good. the earlier problem we were worried about was the road work we were talking about earlier. near serat road. in bound 66 at the beltway, still have that traffic stopped because of the deer that was hit. we just got off the phone with police. should be out of the way soon. 66 overall will be okay. so is 95 in virginia. 95 in maryland, top of the beltway. everything moving along nicely. 270, no major issues as you're moving along. 270 to the spur, going to take you 26 minutes. same thing outbound,
issues there. we want to go back to the breaking news in new york, and this poignant shot from the world trade center, the site of the worst terror attack on american soil. it is lit up in red, white and blue this morning just hours after yesterday's melee a few blocks away. that is where a man drove a truck on to a bike path killing eight people and as aaron mentioned, who is live there, that truck is still on the scene this morning as investigators continue to collect evidence. >> yeah. aaron, can you tell us the latest on what you're hearing about the investigation at this point? >> reporter: yeah, chris. i have to say that since you mentioned the world trade center, i can see it. we're right here in the footprint of the world trade center. you may be able to see the top of the building there from this camera shot. that red, white, blue light is off now. it was definitely on last night as a show of strength from new york city. this is very much an active crime scene.
and going this morning. want to give you first an idea of what exactly happened here yesterday afternoon and where this all happened. this unfolded in the shadow, as we said, of the world trade center 3:00 yesterday afternoon in the tribeca neighborhood. the suspect drove the rented truck on to a bike path on west street, the west side highway if you're familiar with this area near houston street. he collided with a school bus. witnesses say he jumped out of that rented truck and he shouted alla akbar or god is great. this is a photo of officers detaining that suspect after he was shot by an officer. eight people died, 11 people seriously hurt. law enforcement telling nbc news the man left a note inside that truck claiming that he was committing this attack for isis. new york's governor, andrew cuomo, says the attack appeared to be the work of a lone wolf, eun. at this point local
as well as the fbi and new york state police are investigating this still trying to get a motive. we know they spoke with the suspect last night or spoke to him. he didn't say anything back. he's still in serious condition in the hospital as well. >> aaron, we know that after he crashed into the people on the bike path he crashed into a school bus which could only be so terrifying for the parents who are wondering about their children. this is happening as school was letting out for the day. >> reporter: right. there are at least i know two schools in this area that should have been letting out right around 3:00 yesterday afternoon when this all happened. we know that that school bus had two children, two adults on it. all four of them were hurt, taken to the hospital. we know the injuries are serious, but authorities here do expect that everyone who was injured here will survive their injuries. >> when he got out with the two guns their inclination was to take all the kids that were coming out of is 289 and ps 89 andke
all go back inside and help them upstairs. >> reporter: now the parents say that those two dads that jumped into action and tried to help out, tried to protect those kids may very well have saved their lives. none of them knew where the suspect was headed at that point so they had to presume that they were in danger. so some stories of heroism absolutely coming out as we learn more about what happened here yesterday afternoon. eun, chris? >> terrible tragedy. that is the one bright side that we know, that people are willing to put themselves at risk. >> two dads running into that school. thank you so much, aaron. 5:06. more now on the suspect. he came to the u.s. legally in 2010. officials say he had been staying in new jersey where he allegedly rented the truck he used in yesterday's deadly attack. his permanent address is listed in tampa, florida. we were over the apartment complex as investigators interviewed his neighbors. most of them told our affiliate that he seems like a nice guy but thid
>> we only saw him early in the morning and then at night. he was here one day and the next day you're hearing that he did something in new york, something that you can't even major you can't believe it. >> we also learned the suspect was an uber driver for six months and made more than 1400 trips. investigators saisai pof didny have a big social media footprint. back to the soft targets. >> open, relatively unprotected areas where you get a lot of people congregating. news 4's justin finch is live on the national mall. >> reporter: that's right. soft targets are open air spaces that are easy to access but a bit more complicated to secure like the mall here where tourists and families come and gather from around the world every single day. we
mind. first, experts say to keep an eye out for cameras. everyone has one these days. watch where they are pointing, particularly at doors or secured areas. they say those can be some serious red flags. also, one of our many venues in this area. access, they say those can be suspicious questions as well. some signs are going to be a bit more obvious like pulling an alarm to see what the response might be, but others are a bit morphine tuned. you have to keep your eyes open and police want you to do that as well, especially now as they are stepping up their patrols. >> two things we can do, we can make operational moves to make sure people are as safe as they possibly can be. the other thing is to make people feel save. >> reporter: we can tell you police were out in full force
celebration in georgetown. they had barricades and other trucks they had in place were preplanned before the attacks happened. in the wake of all of this, they are on extra alert and they want everyone to be on alert as well. back in to you. >> all right. justin finch live on the mall for us. justin, thank you. we also have some breaking news. someone hit a metro bus in northeast d.c. >> molette is at the live desk with the latest information. what happened here? >> we can tell you that medics treated at least one person in this crash that happened overnight. take a look at this video as medics wheeled this person away. we're working to get details and possible charges. the car that hit the x 2 metro bus flipped on to its roof. the bus pulled over onto the side of the road. this happened on kennelworth avenue. now back to you guys. >> all right,
thank you. pushed and tripped by police on a parade route. why one local department is standing by this arrest of a reporter. >> personal information treated like trash. why local tax filing company left the documents out for anyone to find. and good morning, everybody. it's a quiet start to the day. 5:10 on a wednesday morning. clouds are moving in. not much of a rain chance here in the city though a few sprinkles are possible in the shenandoah valley. cloudy and cool. oh, my goodness, the showers are coming back. sheena has a
we continue to stay on top of the breaking news here in new york city. i'm aaron gilchrist live in lower manhattan. this morning what is usually a busy bike path is now a crime scene as police continue to investigate a deadly terror attack here in new york city. officers from the new york police department as well as the fbi trying to figure out why this suspect drove that
onto the bike path killing eight people. pictures close up on the scene, you can see the truck is still here. investigators are collecting evidence. they've found a note inside the truck saying the suspect here committed this attack for isis. we're going to have much more on that coming up a bit later in the broadcast. we've also learned that the president of uzbekistan has sent a letter to president trump offering his condolences and any help that uzbekistan can provide in this investigation. eun, chris? >> aaron, thank you. new your night, an hours long hostage situation inside a california elementary school is over. the man who held a teacher inside a classroom for nearly six hours killed. >> yeah. police say he stormed inside the school. they're not sure what he was upset about. investigators haven't said whether he was armed. they did toss a flash bang grenade inside the school, stormed the buii
the teacher was shaken up but okay. fairfax county police chief is standing by his officer this morning. this comes after a cell phone video showing a man's arrest over the weekend made waves. take a look. >> grab my head. >> you can see here, two officers holing the suspect, michael stark, on the ground. this started when stark was shooting cell phone video of ed gillespie's bus at the an nondale parade. an officer told him to get out of the road. stark said he was an officer. he continued talking and used profanity. it's against the law to curse in public in fairfax county. the officer used a lawful takedown tech knowinique. >> 1-2. peterson hits it
gone! >> with that homer -- >> wow. >> -- there will be a game seven of the world series. the dodgers beat the astros, 3-1. it gets started tonight at 8:20 in la. this is baseball's second straight game seven. >> this is how it's supposed to be when you're watching the world series. >> nothing like it. >> one of the best ever, right? i'd like to stay up and watch the game but there's no way i'll make it two nights in a row, right? >> one, two, three, go. the olympic flame is lit and today marks an important milestone. we are now 100 days out from the start of the 2018 winter olympics in south korea. the olympic torch is in the middle of a 100 day journey across the country before the opening day on february 9th. as we count down the da
most beautiful sites in south korea. this is in pyeongchang. this is a temple that was founded in 600s by a monk. it was destroyed during the korean war but it was rebuilt. there are pagodas, temples, trails. every buddist temple and pagoda is a work of art. you can watch more about my visit on news 4 tonight. >> i'm fascinated by some of your stories behind the scenes as i am excited about the olympics. >> yeah, it's been really exciting to see and visit a place that was foreign to me, too. well, we hope you guys had a fun and exciting halloween. >> we love seeing all of your halloween pictures. here's a few pictures from our families. there's my little girl. a poodle girl, '50s, remember that. there's my son, a wizard. hard to tell. >> i see that. >> can you gue
>> good! >> hgtv. >> joanna gains. >> where's marissa? >> i was a ninja turtle along with my son, my daughter was super girl and our baby was mini mouse. you're a zoo keeper. >> that's it. >> a penguin, a parrot. >> i love it. oh, my gosh. >> angie goff -- >> oh, that's adorable. >> mother goose. >> mother goose. it took me a second. i was distracted by the 12 foot tall -- >> that's her poor husband. >> he's such a good sport to do that. >> at least nobody can see his face. he's like, ah. as long as i'm unrecognizable. >> it was a great night for trick or treating. >> yes, it was. it was fantastic out. it wasn't too windy. it wasn't rainy. nice and cool. it really got you
halloween spirit. cluedy skies but we're not looking at rain around. we'll see the sprinkles tomorrow. warming into the 70s tomorrow. upper 70s by friday. we're still in that transition season where we see the up and down roller coaster type transitions. things will be cooler across the area. remember that if you're making your weekend plans. conditions starting out cool and then by sunday, a little bit warmer than saturday. 46 washington, 42 dulles, 41 manassas, 43 clinton, it is cool enough for a jacket. the clouds are here and they're going to continue to increase. that will break up as it gets closer. fitness forecast, 58 degrees by noon and cloudy. 5:00 p.m., 63. actually, a really nice day i
exercising. here's future weather. clouds keep moving in today. a few sprinkles north and west. by about lunchtime and so, then a few sprinkles. you see nothing big in the name of rain. don't forget, we do fall back this weekend. sunset, 5:03 on sunday. there you see temperatures in the upper 70s though before we fall back. 75 tomorrow, 78 friday. then we cool down to 62 on saturday. let's check the roads now with melissa. good morning. >> good morning, sheena. taking a look at the roads. in bound branch avenue at serat avenue. roadblocked. sounds like a deer struck this morning. this deer incident out of the way. in bound 66 at the beltway, we had traffic stopped. that is gone. 66-95 no problems there. inner loop and outer loop, no issues. >> okay. guys? >> thanks, melissa. digital addiction, it is a real thing and we're workingfo
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this kweek we've been taking a look at all things digital. don't you feel like you're on your phone? >> what are you talking about? >> we've been testing you. when it comes to these devices, it's hard to let go. >> good for our social lives, probably. how about our brains? we wonder how much screen time affects our brain waves. >> reporter: does this scene oo
devices, video games. the digital age has ushered in a whole host of learning and entertainment possibilities for all of us, and particularly kids. so how does all of this screen time affect our brains? >> every exposure to digital devices, to phones and to pads and to computers of course has an impact on our brains and substantially is contributing to shaping. >> reporter: take a look at this brain scan from a study done on the effects of social media on the brain. the red areas identify where the brain's white matter changed. dr. rosenic says the circuitry is in effect being rewired. what's the long term effect of this? he says more research needs to be done to understand the positive and negative effects of this rewiring. >> to witness these changes in the physical function
brain. >> you heard the reality. the fact checks about the brain function after all of that digital time. sobering. doreen gensler was reporting. head to the nbc washington app for all of our reports on that. chuck bell? >> yes. >> how are you? how's the weather? >> a little on the chilly side. clouds coming in. high temperatures today likely to stay only in the low 50s in the northern shenandoah valley. get used to the blue ridge. temperatures up into the low, perhaps mid 60s down into southern maryland. i'll show you the radar and future weather coming up in just a minute. >> and we continue to track the breaking news. a deadly truck attack causing terror in
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holliston. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of new york city. eight people killed when a driver rammed its truck into a bike path. >> take a look at some of these live pictures. you can see the investigation still very active this morning. that truck is still in the middle of what is usually a very busy street in manhattan. not far from the world trade center. >> aaron gilchrist is live there now tracking all of the updates and bringing them live to you right now. >> we're going to check in with aaron. first, we want to get a check on your weather and traffic. >> storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is here with your fear cast. how's it looking, chuck? >> bright and sunny, that won't be the case. clouds are continuing to roll in. any sunshine around the i-95 corridor will be in the early parts this morning. later on in the day, a lot more cloud cover coming our way. do not expect much in the way of sunshine today. temperatures, skies are clear enough long enough overnight, we were able to drop
the 30s. future weather now you can see there's a very slight chance for a sprinkle or two mainly west of i-81 up into the mountains of west virginia. not much of a rain chance in the city. anything else that comes down will be no more than a passing sprinkle. 30s and 40s to get your day started. stay ahead of the weather by using the nbc washington app or follow me on social media. @chuckbell4. melissa mollet. >> inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, no big problems on the beltway. earlier road work cleared out of the way. northbound georgia at nor beck, we did have that partially closed because of a crash there. police telling us they had to tow two from the scene. looks like that has reopened. 95 in maryland going from 32 down to the beltway. on time there if you're headed outbound there on 95. that's looking good as well. you don't have to
95. 56 in virginia. >> melissa, thank you. now back to the breaking news of the terror in manhattan. this morning new yorkers are waking up after the deadliest attack in their cities since september 11th, 2001. here's a live look right now. eight people are dead after a man drove that truck you're seeing into a crowd of people and then a school bus. working for you this morning to bring you the latest on this investigation. >> all this unfolded less than a mile from the world trade center. aaron gilchrist headed up to new york almost as soon as we learned about the attack. he joins us live now from the scene. what are you seeing out there, aaron? >> reporter: still a very busy scene, absolutely, chris. it is right now. we know there are police officers and fbi agents who have been constantly coming and going securing the scene where that truck still sits after the end of that -- what is now being called a terrorist attack here in new k
officers have blocked off a road about a block away where that truck is. police officers standing guard, coming and going here. i do want to show you some cell phone video. take a look at your tv screens. cell phone video showing the suspect running away from the scene after the attack. he has a hoodie pulled over his head here, but new york police say this is 29-year-old sayfullo saipov. he pulled ott a bb gun that he would eventually fire. this was taken moments later showing officers on the ground being arrested after he was shot by a new york city police officer in the stomach, we understand. witnesses say everything here happened so fast. >> came out of nowhere. i was walking down the street. a normal day. >> he's in the bike lane. clearly in the bike lane. when i go down, i see two gentlemen laying right there in the bike lane with tire marks across their body. you could tell t
>> reporter: now here's what we know about the suspect. he came to the u.s. legally in 2010 from uzbekistan. officials say he had been staying in new jersey where he allegedly rented that truck in passaic not far from here. the truck used in the deadly attack. the permanent address listed in tampa, florida. we also learned the suspect was an uber driver and he made more than 1400 trips. investigators say saisai pof y t have a big digital footprint. investigators want to talk to the woman he was married to back in 2013. they also are asking anybody here in new york who might have pictures or video of what unfolded here yesterday afternoon to call in to the fbi. >> sounds like they're tracking down
>> aaron gilchrist live for us in manhattan. within hours of that horrific attack in lower manhattan people made their way to georgetown for the annual halloween festivities. police presence was heavy. this year they strategically placed dump trucks. the dc area is full of so-called soft targets. news 4's justin finch will be live at 6:00 with the four things we all should be looking out for. >> overnight a car crashed into a metro bus and flipped on to its roof. we called metro transit police to find out if anyone was seriously hurt. the crash happened in northeast d.c. near the metro station. still not clear what caused that crash. look out for scammers trying to use a tragedy on 56th to dupe you into donating money. >> the family of marissa harris says they are not behind any of those fundraising efforts, including one page on go fund me. harris died
vienna when a boy fell on to her car from the cedar lane overpass. the 12-year-old boy survived. police are investigating this as an attempted suicide. go fund me says one campaign has been removed from the platform. that campaign did not receive any donations. you trust tax centers to keep your information private. why one d.c. sidewalk was littered with personal documents. that story will have you thinking twice about your taxes straight ahead. >> reporter: i'm adam tuss. hundreds of thousands of citations on a local road. waiuntil yout narrator: ed gillespie's false attacks. independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years.
boy, if you trust a business with your personal information, this story is bound to upset you. >> news 4 is trying to find out why personal tax documents were left out on a d.c. sidewalk. you just saw boxes of paper strewn all over. take a look at this. the boxes were stacked up outside of a speedy tax location on h street northeast on tuesday. the business was evicted. we tried to reach out to the business but there was no answer. and now you're concerned about your personal information being out there. hopefully try to get more answers on that for people who might be affected. today is the beginning of the open enrollment for the affordable care act. the deadline is shorter than what it has been in previous years. we predict 11 million people will enroll. they expocket premiums to be 15% higher. and this morning if you're walking outside, you'll need a jacket.
46 in washington. 41 manassas. 45 in quantico. through the day you'll notice more clouds around and then we have a big warmup coming by the end of the week. that forecast coming up. right now a couple of problems that have just popped up. one of them on the beltway. we're going to talk about that and two problems in the district. we'll also take a look at your travel times straight ahead. >> reporter: and we're staying on top of the breaking news in new york city. i'm in lower manhattan right now, the scene of a terror attack yesterday afternoon where eight people died. we'll have the late on howst
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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new york city mayor bill de blasio said this was a cowardly act of terror to test our spirit. i want to bring in aaron gilchrist live in new york. >> aaron, we know part of the city was brought to a stand still after the attack. it seems like other parts, halloween went on as planned. >> reporter: yeah, we're in the tribeca neighborhood here in new york city. this is a residential area. you're right, for a time it was brought to a stand still. just hours after those people were killed in tribeca, there still was a halloween party. floats, bands, thousands of spectators gathered. they added extra officers, heavy weapons teams and sand trucks as protective barriers along the parade route. this was about a mile away from where the incident happened from where we are right now.
the parade director said this is important and it was important to continue with halloween traditions. >> don't allow their deaths to have changed the destiny of all new yorkers. it's important. tonight we honor them. >> reporter: we expect to learn more at 11:00 when there is meeting. tracie potts is on capitol hill following that part of the story. >> reporter: the president of uzbekistan has sent a letter to president trump saying they are willing to help in the investigation. keep in mind that the 29-year-old suspect is an uzbek immigrant. they strongly condemn what's happened here. here's the important part. uzbekistan for its part is ready to use all the
of this terrorist act. meantime, president trump, who was told may speak about this later today has already tweeted about it saying enough with the isis inspired attacks. and he also says that he's drebted the department of homeland security to step up extreme vetting in the wake of this attack in new york. >> tracie, what are lawmakers saying are the key to stopping these attacks and seeing such a tall task? >> reporter: yeah. very frustrating. how do you stop someone with a car? with a truck, it's not something you can outlaw. lawmakers are looking at intelligence and tracking people beforehand who may be under the influence of a terror group, have contact with a terror group or axe to griped with the u.s. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill. we are going to stay on top of the story. aaron will join us for another live report at 6:00.
justin finch will be live on the national mall with how the attack is impacting security here at home. over and over we see a series of deadly accidents. >> it's just a little over a month and police are handing outcry tagss. they're hashing out ways to boost safety. adam tuss is live there now. adam, what are police saying they're seeing there at this point? >> reporter: pretty incredible stuff, eun. we're talking about over 3100 citations since this crackdown started here on indian head highway at the beginning of september. this is a notorious road that has a notorious reputation, but the crackdown has netted some incredible things. take a look at what we can show you. this all started in september of this year and since that time there have been
traffic citations. don't forget that parts of indian head highway are an active construction zone. this is people coming through here when there are workers out here on the roads, and a lot of people are speeding in this area. one of the things that they actually found and one of the arrests that they made was a driver who was doing 115 miles an hour in a 55-mile-an-hour zoin. indian head highway has long stretches in between lights where you're able to pick up speed. 115 in a 55-mile-an-hour zone. police are getting real serious about cracking down on drivers who are not doing the right thing out here. we're also hearing that one of the drivers who was speeding had two small people in their car. one of them not in a car seat in the front seat. there are people not following the rules of the road. so the crackdown is expected to continue as you guys mentioned. it's going to -- there's going
we'll see as people have to adjust to what is an ongoing effort to get people to slow down here on indian head highway, guys. back to you. >> that is a trouble spot. adam tuss live along the road. thank you. it's going to be hard not to think about this video when you cross the bay bridge. a woman clinging to the rocks below. wow. a tractor-trailer slammed into the back of her car sending her over the jersey wall. she survived that 2013 crash. she's now pushing for stricter rules for truckers. yesterday she was on capitol hill pushing for new trucking guidelines. >> i wouldn't want anyone to go through that. it's really important to me that safety measures get taken seriously. >> truck safety advocates are calling for things such as sleep apnea testing, devices to limit how fast trucks go and enforcement of a law requiring
logging devices. wow. scary situation there. >> sure is. petco says it is ready for winter and all of the problems those storms can bring. over the past few months crews have saying they can enhance their techniques. they're trimming back some trees. pepco has a mobile command vehicle to track real time maps. hard to believe we may be weeks, not months away from dealing with all of that. >> it is now officially november. >> the day after thanksgiving. >> it's going to be that time. >> fast forward until the holidays. >> to prove you can get one, the veterans day snowstorm here, november 11th, 1987, almost a foot of snow! >> no! >> my goodness. >> all-time record holder for snow. 11 1/2 inches of 11/11 of '87. i don't see a foot of snow
watching it for you. just finished october. fourth warmest october on record at dulles airport. 25 out of the 31 days in october were warmer than average and bone dry as well. if we hadn't had that big rain just a day or so ago, it would have been one of our dryer october. 41 in washington, back down into the 30s. 40 in warring ton. 47 in columbia, maryland. not a big rain chance, but i count rule out a sprinkle or two, especially for our friends and neighbors west of the blue ridge, up into the shenandoah valley. there's the moisture. the trajectory of it should take most of it to our north and west. the northern and western half of our viewing area has a better chance of seeing a few sprinkles down into southern maryland and the eastern shore. not much of anything of a rain chance. let me show you future weather and help you plan this out just a smidgen. here you
cloudy skies moving in by 8:00 in the morning. here as we go through the remainder of the day, the showers out here across parts of the mountains in west virginia, those will try to inch their way in closer to the d.c. metro area. i don't think they'll make it into the city. you can see by 11:00 in the morning, sprinkles from fredericks, hagerstown to mart continuesburg. a cloudy sky, not too much to worry about. today upper 50s, low 60s. tomorrow noticeably warmer. yes, indeed. how about a big fat 75 degree day coming up for tomorrow. that will be a nice day, indeed. friday promises to be even warmer than that. we're going to go for 78 degrees for a high on friday. cooler weather. a lot of clouds this weekend, melissa. not a whole lot of rain expected. biggest thing about this weekend is to set your clock back. >> i'm excited about thursday and friday. inner loop at braddock road, debris happening around.
morning. two problems in the district. northbound 12 before constitution and northwest, crash leaving the tunnel there. traffic getting by only to the right and in northeast. h street between 13 and 12, a shooting we've been telling you about from overnight. as far as your travel times, 270 looking quite good. outer loop, 95 over to 270, no problems there. in virginia, in bound and both of those spots looking very normal. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 f.m. when you hop in your car today. guys? >> melissa, 5:54. a law passed in maryland last session will stop price gouging. they can pick manufacturers that raise prices on established drugs to court. now the pharmaceutical companies are appealing the law in federal court. there is a way you can get involved. the attorney general is asking the public to save the law by
this state log. we have a link to this log on the nbc washington app. search health care for all. american airlines said its chief executive had a positive meeting yesterday with naacp leaders. this came after they were accused of racial bias after an activist was allegedly kicked off the plane. the naacp went so far as to warn african-americans they can face discriminatory treatment while traveling on american. we're working to get specifics on that meeting. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters. a record number of people are expected to hop on a plane this thanksgiving. 28.5 million people will fly u.s. air lines between friday, november 17th and tuesday, november 28th. if that happens, it will be a 3% increase from last year. airlines are bracing for the influx of passengers by adding re
with your cnbc morning business report i'm landon dowdy. >> if you don't book the flights soon, the prices continue to go up. >> do you travel for thanksgiving? >> no, that's the problem of being a local girl. everybody comes to me. >> what about you? >> i am driving 12 hours to chicago to see my mother-in-law. >> whew! >> hooray for me. >> you're a good family man, chris. there you go. it's now 5:56. we continue our coverage in new york city with the terror in manhattan. what we're learning about the suspect and the impact on security in our area. we have team coverage from tribeca all the way here to the nation's capitol. >> reporter: i'm aaron gilchrist in lower manhattan where a terror investigation is still unfolding. the latest live from the scene just ahead. >> reporter: i'm justin finch on the national mall looking for wa to keep you and you
we want to get to your weather and traffic before you head out today. >> storm team 4 meteorologist sheena parveen. how's it looking? >> cool enough for a jacket this morning, guys. before you step outside, know we are in the mid to low 40s. 40 manassas. not as cold as yesterday morning because we have many areas in the 30s at this time yesterday. we have more clouds around and overnight those clouds do tend to keep temperatures just a touch warmer. so this morning we are waking up to these 40s on the map. 41 frederick. 42 mart continuesburg. quantico 49 degrees. 41 warrington. annapolis, 49 degrees. as we go through the afternoon today, the clouds will be with us. we have a chance for a few sprinkles. the temperatures will still be in the 60s. the big warmup comes tomorrow and friday. wait until you see these numbers. we'll be back in a bit to talk about that and what to expect from your weekend. let's check the roads on this wednesday morningth