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tomorrow. >> and a joe biden versus donald trump in a 2016 election. how it could have happened and how the hillary clinton camp is responding. a d.c. police officer was gunned down overnight in baltimore. good evening. i'm erika gonzalez. somebody opened fire on tony. sharmari? >> reporter: good evening, erika. sergeant anthony mason jr. worked out of the department's sixth district. he's been with the metropolitan department for 17 years. there's a lot of unanswered questions about what exactly happened in baltimore rj but here's what we know. 40-year-old sergeant thoenltd
early saturday morning. this woman who does not want to be identified describes the scene. >> i heard like six gunshots. i looked out the window and the police came. >> reporter: sergeant mason was off duty sitting in a car with a 43-year-old woman. someone walk up to the car, shot both of them, and then ran away. >> the ambulance came. they war pounding on his chest and they took the female out. >> >> reporter: the sergeant died at the hospital. the woman was taken out of the car. he was on noncontact meaning his police powers were remove and he was assigned to administrative duties. there are unanswered questions about what happened in baltimore. hopefully we'll get more answers in the next couple of days. i'm
d.c.'s mayor reacted to what happened. h was out campaign eding. we caught up after the event. >> we support the investigators and we want to get to the bottom of what happened certainly for his family. >> they hope to have information. stay with us for any new developments as police look for the killer. new details. we leerning someone used a pellet gun or bb gun while people were in their cars.
a total of five cars and a ride on bus were hit last night, luckily nobody was hurt. this went down between montrose road and 270. police are still looking for suspects in this case. >> the bulk of the evening wasn't bad. the storms are going to stick with us throughout the overnight hours. it will turn to lighter showers and drizzle as we head to daybreak tomorrow. here's the radar. you can see a lighter green denoting drizzle. we push a little closer toward the east. we're seeing some of the oranges and yellows. again, this rain is moving in and out. we're expecting drying for your sunday. right now temperatures are in the 50s.
i'll let you know how warm it's going to get tomorrow and what you can expect if you've got any outdoor plans for your sunday. >> thank you. kentucky senator rand paul after someone said he was blind-sided after an assault at his home in bowling green. the man you see on the right is rene boucher. he's charged with assaulting the senator. a spokesperson said the senator is doing okay. according to kentucky state police, boucher and paul are acquaintances. it's not clear how they know one another. paul only had a minor injury. in an explosive new revelation, the former head of the dnc said she seriously considered replacing hillary clinton at the 2016 presidential nominee with vice president joe biden. nbc news has confirmed a "washington post" report in her new memoir donna brazile thought about the move after hillary clintonnt
she could oversee the process to fill the vacancy. brazill settled on biden and new jersey senator cory booker to replace clinton and senator tim kaine and changed her mind because she didn't want to disappoint clinton's female reporters. clinton's team said it was shocked. they say it's troubling that she bought into russia's propaganda about clinton's health. the president landed at the air base in japan about 90 minutes ago. it's his first stop of his 11-day trip in asia. he's been pressuring them to convene. it will include stops in south korea, china, and vieam
that saw d analysts say this is the first time the saudi capital has been attacked. there are reports about the missile launch. paying back local veterans who have done so much for us. how one group is helping former mili ralph northatam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, 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.
he's not lobbying for you. whbeat the odds so i can play with my grandkids. so i can celebrate 50. when i was 14, they saved my heart so i could bring family together. so i can help cardiac patients just like me. so i can serve my country. so i can do what i love. so i can give back. so i can play in the junior olympics. so i can make plays. so i can do this. so i can race my friends. children's national didn't just help us grow up,
loudoun cowty say a man grabbed and kissed a girl. they charged seyed va faei. as she ran off, he grabbed her hand and kissed her on the cheek. over in takoma park area veterans got a chance to learn about the potential health benefits of medical marijuana. it's a medical marijuana evaluations carolina eck and today they helped veterans get certified in state's medical marijuana program. organizers say it's about helping those who already give so much to our country. >> the v.a. does their best to try to take care of
little bit tied on this issue. so it's extremely important to get cannabis available to veterans. >> organizers weighed the usual 200 dlfs service fee for them today. a big mess in takoma park after this water main break. they had to shut down the interception this affect to clean all this uple it's unclear what caused that water main to burst though. i'm going to show you some live pictures from 30 rock. we are now minutes away from a new "snl" with larry david and miley cyrus. democrats and republicans held dueling ralliesen colluding one that
independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because
nyone hurting a child is despicable. will have power over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees. john adams: wrong on health care, wrong on birth control, wrong for virginia. disclaimer: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
a fight at bar in fairfax county has now resulted in one person being dead. he had been stabbed. they rushed him to the hospital and he was expected to survive, but sadly garnett died earlier this evening. police arrested a person who they say was hiding in the bushes shortly after the stabbing. he's facing more charges now that the victim has died. in virginia, the final push for votes is under way. the get out the vote rally threw out big names. as bureau
reports -- >> reporter: the pouring rain didn't stop a kunle of diehard fans from hoping he turn out to be the next governor. >> are you ready to win on november 7th? are you ready to keep virginia blue? >> reporter: better weather but a similar scene earlier in the game as gel lesspy pumped up his supporters. >> this is the most important election in our lifetime and it really is. >> reporter: but the final speaker in this rally, not the candidate but maryland governor larry hogan who gave a surprise gop victory. gillespie wants to follow in his footsteps to break the streak. >> he's got the right idea. >> while both sides have spent a lot of time criticizing each other's ads, the candidates stuck to a broader theme, for
gillespie. some show the race in a dead heat. after the rally, gillespie declined to answer any questions on camera. he said he's encouraged by what he sees. >> we're knocking on a lot of doors. i've never seen anything like it. >> this is the final day before election day. they'll have their final rally in northern virginia on election eve. i'm julie carey, "news4." >> stay with "news4" on the continuing coverage o the virginia election. our team of reporters will be covering nearly 70 racing including in maryland and we'll have it here on the washington app. new details tonight on a robbery and chase that left one man dead and the beltway backed up for more than ten miles yes. you rb the story. montgomery county released the names of the five arrested.
the five attempted to rob a cash depot store in wheaton. the police later spotted the suspect ostown beltway. an officer said the seth man inside jumped out of van and tried to rupp and that's when an unmarked cruiser ht and killed him. police say one of the men arrested was involved in gas station robbery in september in montgomery county. passengers on flight from beijing to dulles airport are back home tonight after a fight canceled their original flight. united airlines says a passenger got into a fight with a flight attendant last night a few hours after takeoff. the pilot returned to beijing. united officials say it was the passenger who started the fight. it's unclear what started it or
nbc 4 wants to get you in the holiday spirit with a trip to the big city. two tickets. we're also going to throw in your train tickets and hotel in new york city. all you have to do is watch new's 4 oos "today" in the hour and the code word and enter it. the sweek stakes start monday and ends friday, november 10th. don't miss a chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip. so it was a quiet start to our saturday. the rain is here, moved in a little earlier. the bulk of this has shifted to areas farther east. we're seeing this yellow clinton, maryland. that's denoting more light to moderate rain. a little bit more moderate
head. so as we head to the your night hours, we are expecting these showers to continue to push out of our area north and east of here and we're going to dry out. if you have any sunday plans, here are four things you need to know. the rain moves out by tomorrow. but we're talking a roller coaster of temperatures. we're going to warm up and cool back down. for your now let's go ahead and focus on the showers and rain we have. we might get it. by the afternoon on sunday, some arias especially the farther west you go are going to see breaks in the clouds. that gives you peeks in the sky and
evening. temperatures will be into the upper 60s. as far as monday goes, we're pretty quiet to start monday but the cold front makes its way toward us, we're going to see shower chances. that's something to keep in mind. tonight, though, 50s. light showers and drying out as we head into your sunday. so if you're planning out your sunday, patchy fog to start. temperatures rising into the upper 60s. right now the temperatures are in the 60s. we're already dropping into the 40s. a lot going on around up to. registration time not bad. pretty damp pavement. it should dry out in time for the race that kicks off at 10:00 a.m. here's a look at your four-day outlook. 69 tomorrow, 73 by my,
about. dropping into the 50s by the middle of the week, 30s in the middle of the week. doan forget, the clocks drop back. we won't spring forward until march 11th. change those smoke detectors. >> the wristwatch, the one in the car, the microwave, ste.ov r over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees.
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bowl-eligible understand they're running out of time. they need to wins. a good chance today with a tough schedule coming up. not a great start for maryland this afternoon. already down,en ter accepted by hester. a return to the house gives rutgers the 17-7 lead. after the half, maryland down three. running back thai johnson punching it in from four yards out. low scoring untull the second half. hit pay dirt. evens this game up at 24 apiece. midway through the fourth, third and three. trying to make something happen. gets hit hard. doesn't get the first down. turns to force a punt after a false start. next drive for rutgers. giovany rosenio. rushg
terps can't pull it together. they fall 31-24 to rutgers. crazy game in charlottesville. georgia tech visiting virginia. here we go in the second half. 28-13. open. andre for a touchdown. cuts the lead by eight. betten kirk then finds him in the back of the end zone for a 2 28-yard touchdown. a touchdown kick. goes for the two-point conversion. make it 37-34. back and forth we go. just over a minute we go. finds maroney again. improves to 6-3. kafbs back in
late in the first, nice passing. alex knows what to do with it. washington up two. 2-1. brooks orpik. a shot deflected. they led it. wilson talking about the third line in his group tonight. >> the whole line's been generating chances. they get a couple bounces and go in. they've got to stay the course. they found a new chemistry that's checking.
don't forget redskins out west tomorrow. kickoff at 1:00. one final check of the weather tomorrow. >> i think the sunday plans are safe and we're going to be seeing temperatures in the upper 60s. we do have rain chances moving on monday. clocks do go back tomorrow, erika. >> all right. be sure you get that done before you get to bed. enjoy the extra hour of sleep. thanks for joining us at