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disturbing new information out of texas. police found the bodies of 12 to 14 children inside that small church. the sheriff has new information connecting the shooter to that community. sheriff tackitt, you told me that the gunman was related to some folks who go to church here. his in-laws, his ex-in-laws worship here, correct? >> that's what we understand. >> president trump is in asia this morning reacting to that mass shooting saying the church shooting was caused by a mental health problem, not guns. and turning to the weather, i think you'll want your umbrella for quite a few days here, but also
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temperatures will start dropping after today. i'll show you that coming up. news 4 midday starts now. good morning, everyone. i'm molette green. >> i'm chris lawrence. if you're like us, you look at what happened in that xhufrp and thought las vegas, new york, now texas? you barely have time to process one attack before you're confronted with another. >> absolutely. >> we have new images of the man who opened fire on the rural church. the texas department of safety says this is devin kelley. >> investigators believe he showed up in armor and killed 26 parishioners in sutherland springs, texas. this morning we learned as many as half of the victims were children, about 20 others were hurt. now authorities are searching the church and kelley's home, working to piece together the evidence and learn a motive here. nbc's sara dolloff has the
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>> reporter: in what was supposed to be a sanctuary, shots fired. >> in front of a church. in front of the church. >> reporter: during sunday services at first baptist church in sutherland springs, texas. 26 people were killed, between 12 to 14 were children. >> my husband actually went to the church to render aid, and e he's a strong man and he turned around and came back. he said i can't do it. >> law enforcement tells nbc news 26-year-old devin kelley dressed in black and wearing tactical gear opened fire with an assault-type rifle outside the church before continuing inside shooting at parishioners. >> he exited the church, a local resident grabbed his rifle and engaged that suspect. >> kelley ran and was later found dead inside his car although it's not clear yet if he took his own life or if he was taken down by one of the men who track him. >> he lost control of his own and hit the bar ditch. kelley, a former member of the air force was given a bad conduct discharge
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for assaulting his wife and child. authorities say his in-laws have attended the church. >> they were not here yesterday to attend church, but they did come yesterday afternoon and spoke to investigators. >> reporter: overnight -- a vigil for those lost including the pastor's 14-year-old daughter annabelle pomeroy. the victims range in age from just 5 years old to 72. lives cut short in a place they felt safe. a smalltown church on a sunday morning. in sutherland springs, sarah dolloff, nbc news. president trump is attending meetings in japan right now, but his aides have been briefing him on the mass shooting. the president tweeted may god be with the people of sutherland springs, texas. he called the shooting a murderous attack and promised he will never leave the side of the victims' families. here's what pde
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when a reporter asked if gun control was the answer. >> mental health is the problem here. this was a very deranged individual, a lot of problems over a long period of time, but this isn't a guns situation. i mean, we could go into it. >> the president has had several conversations with texas governor greg abbott promising his full support. we mentioned he's in japan right now. the people of south korea are preparing for president trump's arrival point and earlier today they held a rally near the u.s. embassy in seoul. people waved banners cheering the president's upcoming visit and denouncing north korea. president trump will spend the next two days in south korea. >> in the heat of battle for virginia governor, two new polls out show the democratic race with a slight lead. lieutenant governor ralph northam leads among likely voters in tomorrow's election. a poll from the quinnipiac university also
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separates the two candidates. the overall margin of error in both of these polls is plus or minus more than three percentage points and in just a few minute, a closer look at the governor's race in virginia and why it is being closely watched nationally. let me tell you when you head out to the polls tomorrow morning it will not feel anything like it did this morning. it's been mild so far, but we can expect the temperatures to make a real drop. >> oh, yeah. we're talking coat stuff now! seriously, dig the stuff out. dig the coat and the hat and the scarf out because we've got to get prepared for this, sheena. >> we do have to get prepared. coat stuff for sure and we're looking at the type of weather where you need the puffy jacket. we have a few showers trying to move into the area. we have the south wind so we expect to get to near 70 degrees through much of the area and we're looking at a few light
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talkier county and showers approaching and gainesville, fairfax, restin, could be starting to see the signs of light rain and sprinkles for the most part, though. around the northeast we have a very gray, wet, weather pattern. after today we're looking at a colder wet weather pattern and you'll want the heavy jacket and the umbrella. i'll show you how cool we're talking coming up. >> all right. thank you, sheena. we're getting more information about a developing story that left one man injured and a police officer on paid leave. >> montgomery county police say one of their own opened fire. the officer-involved shooting happened in a parking lot of a busy shopping area in wheaton sunday night. news 4's justin finch is following the latest. >> reporter: and what a scene this must have been. many of the stores in this plaza were still open when all of this happened. a man in this parking lot calling police to say that an suv was ramming his car from behind and here on scene rig
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about here, police did find a white suv almost right on the bumper of this man's toyota sedan here. you'll also see in the video the driver's side window of the suv almost totally blown out. this happened about 8:20 or so sunday night at the stoney mill square shopping plaza off of beers mill and randolph road. this man called police to say that his car was being rammed and when a officer did arrive shortly thereafter and police tell us what happened next. when he arrived just a few seconds later he got back on the radio and stated that there was one shot. so we're investigating. one of our officers discharging his weapon and striking the driver apparently of the white suv. >> the officer and the man who called police were not injured in this case. the man who was shot though was taken to the hospital in serious condition, police do want to
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here to get a sense of what happened. they're also looking to the officer's body-worn camera to shed more light on what happened here when that officer arrived. as for the officer, he is now on leave. we are told that he's a ten-year veteran of the force. in wheaton, i'm justin finch. news 4. right now a teenage girl has gone missing again, just a month after she was abducted and then found. this is sanahi aguilar cruz and she's 16 years old. police said she left home in woodbridge saturday night and hasn't been seen since. if you happen to see her, please contact police immediately. he's accused of carrying out one of the most notorious murders in recent memory and he is back in court in d.c. darren wynn is taking part in a d.c. mansion murder. he accused
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and he is scheduled to go on trial next year. there is a new parking system in the district and it may end up costing you more than you're used to. adam tus is here to explain the pricing plan and all i see are dollar signs in this story. what do you have for us? >> reporter: we all know how much it costs to park in parts of the city, but think about this $5.50 per hour at certain spaces. that's not every space, but it is going to happen. parking is often a challenge in the downtown core of the district. >> can't stand looking for parking. parking is pricey. >> reporter: it's about to get a whole lot pricier depending on when and where you parked. edot has changed rates in the penn quarter and chinatown sections of the city and at
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with prime spaces, it can cost as much as $5.50 per hour to take a space. pierre jimenez commutes from woodbridge to the city. >> i think it's outrageous. number one, which is why i never drive into d.c. it's just crazy and i prefer to do public transportation and metro, and whatever. it's just so much easier. >> many in the area opt for uber or lyft because of the parking situation. ddot says changing rates will encourage more people to leave spaces in a timely manner and that will free up spots for others who are willing to pay. >> do you think it's too expensive as it is? i know it's not cheap. >> there is a chance you can actually pay less because some spaces will drop to just a dollar per hour at times. again, it's all based on when and where you park so make sure you're reading the sign clearly. >> isn't that a joy to make sure
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signs hereio you can bet, if it works e dot will stay with you. >> $11 to park two hours on the street? >> like the gentleman said you can't drive into the city. you have to take uber or mass transit. you know what? the price of parking is not the only thing going up. gas prices on the rise, as well. so we will have a look at what is driving up the cost. and we have a lot more on election day now just less than 24 hours away. we'll run down what you need
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ralphcandidate for governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs. but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy could cut virginia school funding, too. ed doesn't stand for education.
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health care. but that's exactly where i find myself because of politicians like bob marshall. marshall voted against expanding medicaid to thousands of virginians who get up every day and go to work but still can't afford insurance. and marshall wants to end obamacare, allowing insurance companies to deny coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. virginians like you and me. i'm danica roem, candidate for delegate, and i sponsored this ad. 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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tomorrow polls open at 6:00 in the morning and the race to be virginia's next governor is tight with less than 24 hours to go. senior political
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nbc news joins us with the national implications of this particular race. good morning, mark. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here. vurj virj, one of two states, new jersey, the other electing a new governor this year. some have been saying this is a referendum on president trump. with the latest poll numbers out, where do you see this standing with voters? >> i see number one, the horse races that ralph northam, the lead, but not insurmountable where ed gillespie can catch up and donald trump ended up winning the residency, but ralph north northam is your slight favorite. to me, this is a race with the national environment where things should be really bad for republicans. we see president trump's approval rating in the high 30s. we see the fact that if you control the white house you normally do very poorly in this virginia governor's race and the tactics on ed gi
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and the hard-hitting ads -- >> correct, the question to me is what matters more? the environment which is really rough for republicans or the tactics that you can give in the republican column and the force that plays out and it's a bigger factor. we'll tell you who wins tomorrow. >> these are two mild-mannered guys and yet the race is nasty. we are seeing your first sanctuary city. it's gotten brutal. >> the debate moderated by chuck todd and the next day you start seeing the ms-13 ads and it's been rough-and-tumble from both sides and that's how politics is right now, but to me it's ironic how national the stakes are in this race were given that we're talking about the governor's race and virginia which is so close to the white house does have more
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>> for democrats or drepublican. >> the democrats feel they need to win to say the resistance is on our side. if they come up short that will be a bad side for them and the stakes are higher for the democrats going into the race tomorrow. >> it all comes down to voter turnout. what are you hearing about what we expect? >> what we expect is the turnout is going to be very high which should benefit democrats. when they didn't perform that well in 2014 when mark warner barely ended up gaining reelection and what we see from early indications and the early vote so far as well the canvassing, and we soften 2016 and the democrats had the edge, too. we'll see if that enthusiasm does play out for democrats this time. >> thank you very much. mark, thanks for joining us. we'll look for your reporting starting pretty early in the morning. >> stay with us, news 4
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virginia election tomorrow. our team of reporters, they're going to be out covering 70 races including some in maryland and we'll have returns on air and of course, on our nbc washington app. it will be a busy day tomorrow. we're working to learn what two members of the prince georges, and edward burrow will hold a news conference later this hour. they discovered one out of every four students who graduated in the last two years may not have met requirements. well, right now attorneys are delivering their closing statements in the disciplinary hearing for caesar goodson. he was driving that police van when prosecutors say freddie gray suffered critical injuries in 2017. goodson is accused of failing to follow police policy by failing to buckle gray into a seat belt in a police
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cord injury he suffered in the van. the police department failed to inform the officers of a policy change requiring seat belts. hurricane harvey is long gone, but it's still impacting how much you pay at the pump. in the district, gas is $2.70 a gallon. a gallon of gas is $2.54 in west virginia. we're getting new information on the injuries to senator rand paul after police say a neighbor assaulted him. >> yeah. they're worse than we first heard and we're working for you before things really start to cool down. the steps you can take right now to keep the heat in ralph northayom: 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.
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like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. what does it feel like? like? does fearless age? or does it simply grow... stronger? fearless looks a little different to us all.
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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. we're just hours from a big drop in temperature and no better time to winterize your home. washington gas is going over hundreds of homes in our ar t
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winter, but even if your home isn't on their list, there are steps you can take right now. news 4's consumer reporter susan hogan is working with you for some tips. >> let's see what we can do to keep ourselves warm throughout the winter. >> the first thing is to put plastic around the windows to seal out the cool drafts. also, weather stripping around your doors and windows is another great thing to do. taping cracks in the windows. a lot of cracked windows, you want to literally put tape there that's raurt proowaterproof as aerators lessens the amount of water that comes out. i have some handy dandy props here literally for under $50 you guys can do this on your own. this is weather stripping and come over here for your door. what you want to do if you want to take a look at your door, you want to close it and look for daylight that comes through and then all you have to do is take this weather stripping, you unpeel it and then you will tape it l
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here which is so simple and then this is another weather stripping and she already has one here. mrs. brooks which is so sweet to let us into her home. you will tape this right here and pull that right off and you will tape it up against your door and it also does prevent drafts coming through, as well. so, guys, under $50 and the savings is huge, roughly $275 a year. simple thing, if i can do it, trust me, you can do it as well, guys. back to you. >> you see her there in the coat, in the big, puffy coat. i'm not ready to winterize my home. ignorance is bliss. you'll get the reality check. we did the plastic around our windows. we needed to. old house. >> i get it. >> you had to keep that air out. >> i grew up in florida. >> didn't have that problem. i
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until i moved to philly. >> you have your puffy coat and all of that ready. >> yes. i refuse to buy any more winter clothes, by the way. i refuse. i have too many things now, but it is going to get cold after today. so after today you might want the heat on. wait until you see some of these morning low temperatures especially as we go into the weekend. today it's rainy and mild. we have a few light showers and today will be the mildest day out of the week. colder air arrives tomorrow and then we'll have rain chances through thursday. so today, tomorrow, wednesday, thursday, we're not going to dry out until thursday afternoon so keep the umbrella with you. 65, washington, and 66 in lure and 67 in gaithersburg and we expect to get into the low 70s in some areas and we do have a few light showers and i'll zoom into the top of the beltway and we have a few showers heading over to gaithersburg and it's very light. through the afternoon we're in such an
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that we expect the rain chances to continue. if you're walking the dog we have harriet available, if you need a dog to walk and otherwise have the raincoat and the umbrella with you through the afternoon and 72 by 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. the sunset is around 5:00 p.m. and we'll be cooler around 63 degrees and even cooler tomorrow. here's future weather and the shower chance will hang around 3:00 p.m. and even through 6:00 p.n. a p.m., and normal high, 62 degrees and 72 tomorrow and 53. we'll stay below normal through the end of the week. wednesday being the coldest day at 49 degrees until we get into the weekend. so i'll show you the weekend forecast coming up in the meantime, make sure you have the umbrella and the puffy coat because it will get colder around here, guys. we have some breaking news that we want to get to. we've been monitoring a news conference in
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yesterday's church shooting that left 25 people dead. >> the shooter called his father before he killed himself and this was after the shooting took place. there was video recordings from inside the church and all three guns have been recovered from the suspect. >> we will not have a determination on whether this individual had a permit for possessing or purchasing firearms. >> next, we'll have the wilson county sheriff joe tackitt. >> i think i spoke to most of you this morning. some things have changed since early morning when i spoke to you all and we will be getting back to you all later, and if you need to contact me, i think most of you did get my telephone number. right now our hearts are going out to all of the family members that have lost family or had
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family in the hospital. thank you all. >> next, we'll have the fbi special agent in charge chris combs. >> good morning, i'm christopher combs and i'm the fbi special agent in charge. first of all, our condolences to this community on this horrific act. we are here with our partners, the dps and the rangers we work with every day in support of them, assisting them in any way that we can. right now we're providing some of the evidence teams and support, and also some technical support with the phone, video that we talkeded about going back to our lab at quantico. so we are here in support of texas dps and we will be here with them as long as they need. thank you. >>. >> one thing everybody wants to know is why did this happen? >> it's a senseless crime, but we can tell you that there was a domestic situation going on within this family. the suspect's m
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attended this church and we know that he had made threatening texts from him and we can't go into details about that domestic situation that is continuing to be vetted and thoroughly investigated, but we want to get that out there that this was not racially motivate. it wasn't over religious beliefs. there was a domestic situation going on within the family and the in-laws and that's the wilson county district attorney ab aubrey lewis who would like to say something. >> good morning. we've learned this morning just how smalltown america truly is. we've had a tremendous outpouring across the country for people wanting to assist our families in need and i want to make sure how everyone can help and you can help by
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through loved ones and you can help financially and we're in the process of setting up two bank accounts. the sutherland springs community association has a bank account through commerce back in stock dale that will be accepting monetary done eggs on behalf of the families. in addition to that, wells fargo will have an account set up for the victims of sutherland springs. that will be available for anyone to help and what we do not need at this point is canned goods and non-perishable items. if you want a way to help it's through prayer and through financial done eggs a financial donations, and we appreciate you guys sharing that information and we are grateful for the country and the tremendous outpouring of support that the families are starting to receive. thank you all very much. >> also with us
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two texas ranger majors, corey lane and brez inski who are the incident commanders for the investigation. so we will try to answer any of your questions you have at this time. [ inaudible question ] >> of course, the video will assist in the investigation, and you know, it was a horrific, vent and at this time we're not prepared to talk about the video. [ inaudible question ] >> we know he was seen at the valero. it was -- he was obviously suspicious to others based on the way he was dressed in all black. at that time i'm not sure if he had the mask on or not, but he was wearing a black mask because it had a white
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to it, then he drove across to the church and that's when he exited the vehicle and started the shooting. he was wearing a ballistic vest with a plate on the front. there was no plate on the back, but he was wearinging a ballistic vest. [ inaudible question ] a ballis vest. [ inaudible question ] >> at this time i cannot. we know he expressed anger towards his mother-in-law who attends this church. [ inaudible question ] >> we don't. [ inaudible question ] you've been watching our breaking news coverage of the mass shooting there in texas with a live news conference by some of the investigators. i think the thing that jumped out to me was the fact that we learned that devin kelley allegedly sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law and the mother-in- a
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there. >> yeah. this is the most information i think we've been able to gather about a possible motive here, the threatening text messages sent to his mother-in-law. we do know that this man was kicked out of the air force for an assault charge against his estranged wife and child and served time, as well, in a court-martial proceeding there, and we heard the public safety official as well rule out racial, religious motivation and pointing in and zeroing in on the domestic-related tie here. >> all of this is very preliminary and very early so i don't want to jump into any conclusion and it appears that's the road they're going down in the investigation. we'll keep an eye on that news conference and we want to get you up-to-date on other stories. paul manafort will remain under house arrest after a
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here's president trump's former campaign manager and his business associate rick gates as they walked into court this morning. a judge just ruled that both men will stay on house arrest and will be tracked by gps devices until they offer up more bail money to assure their future appearances in court. they've been indicted on money laundering, conspiracy and other federal charges, all of this relating back to russia's meddling in the election and both men have pleaded not guilty and manafort will go on trial next may. it appears that senator rand paul will be recovering for months after the assault at his home in kentucky. a senior adviser says the attack more seriously than we thought. paul broke five ribs and is in considerable pain and has trouble getting around. paul's neighbor rene boucher tackled paul on friday. boucher is out on bail right now. think about all of the recent accusations that we've heard recently about sexual au
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millions of dollars into an effort to stamp out sexual assault in the workplace. the company is pledging $5 million to sexual assault prevention groups and to give special training to its employees. uber is going to train dozens of customer service agents to specifically deal with these kinds of reports. switching gears now, anyone who has teens or young adults at home knows firsthand adolescence can be a very tumultuous time and sometimes it can be much more than that. dore doreen gentz ler is being looking at teenagers and they're opening up about issues they're dealing with every day. >> reporter: chances are you know a teenager who is coping with anxiety or depression. maybe you live with one, but it can be hard to know what's really going on with them. this week we're focusing on kids and their mental
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mclean high school in virginia and they were very candid about the challenges in their lives. it's part of our ongoing series, changing minds. >> having anxiety in general just sucks. there's no way around that. when i get anxious i get anxious about things i have no control. if i got a b and someone else got an a, it's a snowball effect. >> are you comparing yourself to your classmates all of the time rather than trying to accomplish your personal best? why does that happen? >> especially with social media, you're not comparing yourself with people academically and you compare yourself to the way people look and people have more friends with you and when you're constantly seeing people's lives and comparing it to your own, it makes you feel inferior for sure. >> snapchat?
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>> where is the stress-producing stuff taking place? >> snapchat, i would say. it's mostly on snapchat. you never know. you can send something out and someone else will post it on their story and they will just they'll be talking bad about you. >> school work and social media can cause stress and other things you might not expect. we'll hear more from these students tonight at 6:00 p.m. >> wow. tomorrow doreen will sit down with the parents to talk about what they can do to help their teenagers to help them cope with the serious problems. >> it's a very important conversation and discussion to have, but in the meantime we need to get ready for more rain and much cooler temperatures out there. >> it's november. it's about that time. >> it is time. we'll take a look when highs -- highs will hit the 40
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ralphcandidate for governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs. but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy could cut virginia school funding, too. ed doesn't stand for education.
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this is our mildest day of the week, right? >> yes. >> bottle it up. >> the other thing is we'll have showers around, too. so -- you know. >> that's sort of what will bring the cold air down. >> yes, but the rain chance isn't going to go away. we're talking about a mild day today. rain here for today and not everybody here right now and it's not that big of a deal and we go into thursday and the rain chances are still with us, but it's going to be colder. so the raincoats and the heavy coat and the umbrella, here is a live look outside right now. these clouds will be locked in as we go through the day today. 65 degrees currently, so it is fairly mild outside. later this afternoon we do have areas that could get close to 70 degrees. here's a look at satellite and radar and we're not seeing too much in the way of rain and we have a couple of hints of sprinkles and light showers around the district and northern virginia, and we're still under this unsettled weather pattern. so later on this afternoon we do expect a chance for more showers
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if you're south and west of the district and we'll be watching for that, too. >> by lunch:upptime, keep in mi wooe mostly on the dryer side. here's future weather. rain chance, we have the umbrella and wednesday we're still looking at that rain chance and make sure you still have the umbrella even through thursday, but after that we start to dry up in time for the weekend and there's the warm air and it will continue heading south and the cold air for the rest of the week will set in and it will be around for your weekend, so things will really start changing around here. 72 for the high today and then look what happens. 53 for the high tomorrow and 51 friday and look at saturday morning, temperatures around freezing with afternoon highs. 46 degrees, guys, have your heavy coats. >> wow. >> we got it. thank you so much. >> well, are your neighbors or co-workers happier than usual
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it could be about the heart the redskins showed in seattle ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs. but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy could cut virginia school funding, too. ed doesn't stand for education.
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amazon has quietly started cutting prices by as much as 9% on items sold by third-party merchants on its site. the move could ratchet up the price with other retailers and potentially strain relations with some sellers. the wall street journal says previously amazon-controlled prices only on merchandises sold directly to consumers and now the items sold by other, the cost difference itself. prices remain competitive. and a warning for netflix customers. there's an e-mail that's trying to steal your credit card information. the bogus e-mails were detected late last week by the security firm in australia. they warn users that their account is about to be canceled unless they update their
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users who click on the provided link are asked to give their names, date of birth, address and credit card numbers. >> i'm landen dowdy. if you haven't started your holiday shopping yet you're almost running out of time. wait a minute. that's not true. you've got, like, seven weeks. seven weeks to go. >> plenty of time. people do more of their holiday shopping online and it is nbc's chris clackum reports that's causing some stores to up their game in an effort to get folks in the door. >> reporter: for the first time ever a holiday shopping survey by the national retail federation shows more consumers planning to do most of their shopping this year on the internet. >> our survey found 59% of americans are going to be shopping online for this holiday season. >> in many cases, online instead of in store, and either way, projected to spend
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$967 on mainly holiday gifts. so the retail federation's ana serrafin smith says brick and mortar stores are getting aggressive at getting their share. >> brands like walmart, target, sears and many others have already announced some really creative things that they'll be doing for the month of november to make sure they'll drive that consumer into the stores. >> reporter: walmart's bringing in santas for the kids and throwing 20,000 holiday parties at its nearly 5,000 stores across the country. while sears is get beiting a jun black friday offering through thanksgiving weekend up to 50% off everything in their stores. all to get foot traffic. >> once you're in the physical retail store you're more than likely going to say, oh, i forgot, i should buy this, too, for something completely different than what you are purchasing for. >> to counter, amazon launched its black friday a
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as the battle between online versus in-store heats up for the holidays. chris clackum, nbc news. . >> ryan anderson comes in, and rob kelly going forward. rob kelly, touch doush! that was a major upset for the redskins and they pulled off the 17-14 win, chris. just incredible, right? >> a lot of fans are calling this the best win in years. >> i'll take it. at least we can claim it for now and it came despite the laundry list of injuries out there for the team. >> yeah. >> it was incredible. news 4's carol maloney has a look at how the skins pulled it off. it's almost laughable. just how long the injury list is for the washington redskins, at every position, there are guys
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laugh in the last second, beating one of the league's toughest teams in one of the league's loudest stadiums here in seattle. >> trailing 14-10 with less than two minutes to play, kirk cousins led the team down the field as rob kelley pounds it in. seattle with the last-ditch effort. the hail mary broken up in the end zone. redskins win 17-14. >> even if we'd lost the game on an unfortunate thing in the end i would have said the resilliency and the grit of this team is the reflection of the whole organization and the kind of thing you can build on and do something with not just in one season or one part of the season and hopefully for years to come. >> after two straight losses, this win improves the record to 4 and 4. more importantly, though, the confidence from this win will serve them better than any step-up in the standings. in seattle, carol maloney, news 4 sports. >> it feels
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the loss to dallas, too. next up for the skins, the minnesota vikings at home on sunday. >> fingers crossed, right? it's still time. they can pull out a heck of a season. the popular broadway show hamilton is making a donation to the smithsonian today. see what could soon be displayed. >> we'll introduce you to a couple looking to preserve history one house at a time. what makes these homes special is how they were purchased and ralph northam: i'm ralph northam
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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. will have power
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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.
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new this morning, even if you can't score tickets you'll be able to see a piece of "hamilton" the musical at the smithsonian museum. the costume received a costume lyn lynn miranda wore in the musical. hamilton won 11 tony awards on broadway and plays the kennedy center next year. folks are looking forward to that. these days house hunting is taking on a whole new meaning. a devoted groups is searching out relics out of a real estate past that came out of a catalog. kevin tibels takes us to homes that were built to last. >> once upon a time this is how we shopped. >> this is an important part of american history. >>
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out of the sears catalog. even your home. >> this house in 1926 cost $2,950 from sears. >> in a box. >> in a box car. >> and the mortgage was $15 a month. andrew and wendy much really do live in a sears kid house, purchased from a catalog and shipped to the original owner 91 years ago. they are now dedicated kit house hunters, seeking out and helping to preserve these unique american homes. some 370 different models were made available from 1908 to 1940. they say as many as 50,000 are still standing. every brick, nail, board and window all sent along with 75 pages of instructions. all you had to do was assemble it. >> are there any telltale signs that this is a sears product.
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>> this is the original? >> he was born here in this very house. that's him on the porch back in the 1920s. what do you think of the craftsmanship of the house today? >> wonderful. the plans came with it were excellent. >> lina and tom taylor have researched the history of the kit home with help. for them it's a bit of nostalgia coupled with the american dream. >> it is so beautiful that i can own a piece of the history of this country. >> reporter: but buying a home that comes in a box, would it work today? >> couldn't build this house. >> me neither. >> we can do ikea. >> who knows? maybe the ebays and amazons are already on it. k kevin tibbles nbc news. >> what an incredible blast from the past. >> we loved the sears catalog and this was past the time they were
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>> i was, like, what are you getting at? i'm not old. >> fond memories of sears. >> you remember the winter coat, right? you might need it, at least for the kids, you definitely need to bundle up, right, sheena? >> yes you will need it after today. today we're looking at a chance for light showers around. we could see a rumble of thunder south and west of the district, and otherwise a high of 72. look at tomorrow, though, 53 and then 49 wednesday and 55 thursday. we will keep the rain chances in the forecast and we'll dry outgoing into the weekend, but look at saturday. 33 for a morning low and 46 for the high and we're really not looking at another warm-up any time soon. temperatures will be dropping below normal for this time of year, so quite a change. it's going to be a shock to the system coming up, guys. >> sounds like autumn has the definitely arriveded. >> that will do it for news 4 midday. thank you so much for joining
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we're live in five, four, three, two, one. >> look at the emotion of shalane flanagan as she comes to the line, breaks the tape. the joy evident as she has won her first world major -- marathon major. >> what a great way to kick off monday with serious female power. shalane flanagan becoming the first woman in 40 years to win the new york city marathon. tremendous. >> she just edged out mary kahtani by a full milt.


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