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i go out and that is the only standard i can hold myself to. >> the redskins return after a disappointing tie in london. >> first, let's check in with storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell and your weather headlines. chuck? >> nobody was happy with that sister kissing tie yesterday. couple of clouds early this morning but those light rain showers we had as the sun went down, those are gone. not too terribly cold. won't warm up a whole lot today. there are more threats of getting close to 80 degrees before the week is done. from clouds this morning to sunshine this afternoon, afternoon highs today, upper 50s and low 60s. it is about 25 degrees cooler than yesterday. so you'll notice it. trick or treat forecast also coming up in a few more minutes. melissa mollet has new trouble on i-70. >> on i-70 here, 70 east, just
at east street, not seeing any bis slow down right now. chopper 4 over the top of the beltway. inner and outer loop look typical for this time of the day. rest of the beltway looking quite good right now. remember, safetrack surge 10, red line shut down between noma-gallaudet and fort totten. we'll talk a lot about this. right eun? >> expect delays and confusion on the mentioned. news4 molette green is live from fort totten's metro station with more on what you need to know before you head out the door this morning. molette, good morning to you. >> reporter: eun, good morning to you. red line passengers are arriving. this line is always busy. take a look behind me. you can see the people in the yellow vests and other metro workers helping passengers figure things out. they are trying to find out what to do this morning and for the
looking for another way, they tell me, to get to the destinations and telling me that they are considering strongly other long-term options. >> i may just drive to work. >> i thought about this for a whole month now so i can either get off at gally place, get off at union station. or i can transfer and get back to union station or i can here from noma-gallaudet. the only one stopped. >> back live here at the fort totten station. take a look behind me, you can see the free shuttles lined up to get folks between fort totten and noma-gallaudet. service is limited. expect crowded trains as well. we're live this morning, back to you. >> thank you.
sprint to the election. election day is now just eight days away and this final week of campaigning will be pretty crucial for both cans. donald trump and hillary clinton will on the road today. donald trump will be in michigan and clinton is in ohio. the it is the e-mail controversy that continues to dog her campaign. angie goff has the latest on that from the decision desk. >> good morning. here is what is new. to search those newly discovered e-mails related or that they say is related to hillary clinton's private server case. they are e-mails found on disgraced former congressman anthony weiner's laptop. it has been two days since the fbi director leaked clinton's e-mails to weiner's estranged wife, a top clinton aide. a lot of connection over what they have to the e-mail probe.
demanding more answers by today and there is one, this is one that we'll follow very closely. back to you, aaron. >> angie, thank you. despite the fbi's announcement. 63% of americans have already made up their minds op whether they will vote for hillary clinton. 34% say they are less likely to vote for clinton according to a new abc washington post poll conducted friday through saturday. it is a margin of error of plus or minus five %. 6:04 now. the oklahoma man suspe killing two family members and leading police on a week long manhunt is dead. michael dale vance junior died in a shoot out with police last night. a local sheriff was also hurt in the shoot out but is expected to be okay. vance was wanted for the double murder of two family members, shooting two police officers, and a series of carjackings. he boasted about his crimes on facebook live. today news4 continues to work for you to get you answers
road. the victim was in his wheelchair when he was hit by a car friday night on stuart road. he was returning to the clinton nursing and rehabilitation center and there are no sidewalks. the center has now given them reflective vests to wear. we'll find out if the center is making any other changes. the driver has not been charged. investigators have not releasing the name of saint mary's deputy that was involved in a crash after 2:00 yesterday on chancellor's run road in the area of peg road when the pedestrian entered the roadway and was hit. speed or alcohol don't seem to be contributing factors here. the sheriff's office is asking anyone who may have seen the crash to call them right away. the former mayor of the city of fairfax who was arrested in a sex for drugs best is due in court today. scott silverthorne is facing drug possession charges. he tried to trade meth for sex
in august. silverthorne later resigned and was fired from his job as a fairfax county substitute teacher. an election for his replacement is scheduled for february. new numbers show how many private gun sellers in virginia have voluntarily requested background checks on the kmaerz at gun shows. -- customers at gun shows. 21 private sellers opted fort checks across the state from july 9th to october 23rd at 23 gun shows. by comparison, moren mandatory background checks were performed by federally licensed firearm dealers at the 23 shows. they have three months to say goodbye for now. nearly 200 national guard soldiers parted with their families from the fort belvoir army base for deployment to the middle east. this is according to the baltimore sun. they will join a total of 450 soldiers from the maryland and
it is the largest since world war ii. they're due home in june. just got this breaking news out of china. we have 33 minors trapped right now. this after a gas explosion tore through the shaft in which they were working in. state tv working they don't know if the 33 miners are still alive. we're working now to get more information as well as video from the scene. we'll bring it to we get it. aaron? >> thank you. the new crackdown on drivers who pass stopped school buses will take effect. falls city school buses will use cameras to record when vehicles illegally pass cameras with the stop arm out. the city suspended the program because it was illegal to mail tickets in virginia. that has changed now. getting caught could cost you $250. struck him out!
>> the chicago cubs beat the cleveland indians last night to keep the world championship hopes alive. cubs closer aroldis chapman pitched eight outs. it was the longest relief appearance of his career. the indians still lead the series 3-2 heading to cleveland on tuesday. our redskins are back in the u.s. this morning. the royal road trip to the uk ended with >> safety duke ihenacho says i can't believe i'm saying this but i'm so happy to be back in ashburn right now. why players and fans are so frustrated today. >> reporter: history in london. the 100th touchdown scored here. the first overtime game, and the first tie. 60 minutes, not enough for this british thriller. dustin hopkins missed only two
missed two in this game. a 34 yard attempt could have been the difference but the ball hooked left. nobody scored in ot leaving a disappointed and confused team, kicking themselves fort missed chances. >> we didn't get the win, but we tied. i guess that fits the stadium. >> i need to make the kicks, bottom line, but i try my very best every time i go out. i can't expect anything more from these guys. they played their heart out. > right now more upset than he is about it and i think that is what i hate most. you want to say stuff to him because you want him to feel okay about it, at the same time, you just know, man, this dude is hurting. just hard on himself right now. >> up next, the bye week and two home games, the vikings and then the packers. it only gets tougher from here. carol maloney, news4 sports. trick or treat? take a look at the current temperatures as we look live
are off to a mild start. storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell will let us know if the weather will hold out for all of the kids tonight. >> it is that time of the year for a lot of people. open enrollment. what you need to know when it comes to saving money on your health insurance. >> you may need to use the money you save to get around town.
northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett
welcome back at 6:13. if you liked yesterday's weather, good for you. >> absolutely. >> that is it? >> that is over. >> i mean, all hope is not lost, chuck bell. >> it is not. wednesday and thursday will be super warm once again. but that warm weather from yesterday is in fact gone for now. a bit breezy outside here early this morning. after school activities, plenty of sunshine. trick or treat weather, chilly
roadway. sounds like a minor crash. if it is there, it can start slowing things down. we'll check that out. southbound gw after 395, crash in the left lane. we'll be hearing about a new problem on bw parkway. red line shut down between noma-gallaudet and fort totten until november 22nd. we're okay in maryland overall right now. virginia not so bad either. listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you
if slow downs on metro weren't enough, we have learned that metro's general manager wants to propose increasing fares and some wait times and wants to slash jobs as well. this is all in an effort to close a nearly $300 million budget short fall. according to a metro document, the the proposal calls for increasing wait times. right now the wait is six minutes. bus and rail fares can go up between 5 and 25 cents a ride. here is what riders have to say about this. >> that is absurd, like, why would you want that? it is not a change for the better. >> it is going to happen whether we like it or not. at this point i just, i got to save a little more so i can ride the train or get a car. >> paul wiedefeld says the plan balances expenses with safety and service. the final budget has to be approved by march.
being injured at the martinsville speedway. after yesterday's race, a driver tried to pass another vehicle. that is when the fans were hurt. most of the injuries were minor. police arrested the driver. no word on any charges. police say alcohol does not appear to be a factor. today, jury selection begins in the case of a former police officer in south carolina. he is accused of shooting an unarmed black man. michael slager pulled over walter scott f taillight. slager's attorneys say there is more to this incident than what is shown in the video. slager faces 30 years to life in prison if convicted. it is the final day of jury selection in the murder trial of former university of cincinnati police officer ray tensing. he is charged with fatally shooting a black and unarmed man sam de-bose. there is video showing the entire incident. he claimed he was being dragged
gun. former attorney general eric holder is criticizing fbi director james comey about his decision to tell congress about new e-mails that could be related to the clinton e-mail investigation. he wrote an op ad in the washington post saying comey made a mistake. he said it violated long standing justice department policies tradition and ran counter to guidance i put in place four years ago and laying out the proper way to conduct investigatio election season. 6:17 right now. today, several maryland leaders will layout their plan to protect your voting rights. there is a news conference at 11:30 this morning at the sports and learning complex in landover. the leaders will explain how people can resist voter intimidation. thousands are waking up in shelters after a powerful earthquake hit italy's mountain region. the 6.6 magnitude quake caused several buildings to collapse.
california. look at the scene here. this is video from the sierra nevadas. six inches of snow fell shutting down a major highway and leaving drivers stranded. officials say it is early for this kind of snow storm and they're not out of the woods yet. the area is bracing for another round of wintry mix over the next 24 hours. feeling for them. >> they can have it.
up. i think it will be a long while before we have to worry too much in the way of a snow chance around here. we normally don't have our best chance of snow until the first week of december. last year, we did not get our first inch of snow until it was a blizzard which came out. we got our first instance an the first 24 inches all within the same day. yesterday's high, 80 degrees at national airport. that came within two of the record but both bwi and dulles set records yesterday. the record high for yesterday was 85. that will be safe, but thursday's record is only 80 degrees and we might be within a degree or two of a record on thursday. for now, 4 the 9 in centerville and potomac, 54 in arlington this morning, 52 in college park. afternoon temperatures, upper 50s in northern maryland. low 60s in and around town. breezy at times. northwest winds today, 10 to 15 miles an hour but we have the shot of rain around here late yesterday afternoon into the evening hours.
thursday which is our next chance anyway for seeing some rain. there is future weather keeping us all sunny and dry for today. tomorrow, looks pretty nice as well. off to a typically chilly start early tomorrow and then afternoon temperatures tomorrow, courtesy of cloud cover, still staying dry. it keeps most of the temperatures in the 50s to around 60. the weekend is looking nice, too. both saturday and sunday will be on the mild side. we'll love that with all of the sunshine around. there is your five day forecast. primarily afternoon and evening timeframe. let's go over to melissa mollet who teamed up with chopper 4. >> chopper 4 over the top of the beltway now looking for a problem, outer loop at new hampshire avenue. the report is there is a minor crash in the middle of the roadway. it could cause big back-ups. all of the headlights approaching new hampshire avenue. inner loop before gallows road, have an accident reported there
bit of a slow down there right now as well. southbound gw parkway after 395, crash in the left lane here this morning, as we look up to the north here, top of the beltway, seeing the back-ups and southbound bw parkway before 197, we have that crash being reported there as well. does not seem like we have too much of a problem there. want to say happy halloween to everybody and show you this lovely pumpkin that my dad created for us over the weekend here. coming up. >> okay. we'll see you in a little bit. by now you've heard about the secret wedding but you probably haven't seen it. where you can now see the pictures of maryland native michael phelps wedding. phase three imminent. what wikileaks is threatening to do with more than one week until election day. >> a milestone for people kicked
>> i'm not going to show up to your house. >> mom pez and dads do it. red fin recently surveyed 1,000 parents can kids younger than 18 years old. 62% of them admitted to secretly eating their kids' candy. >> i admit to eating it just not in secret. i tell them. i'm going to eat your candy. >> do they put up a fight? >> they know each one has to provide me reeses peanut the nbc washington app is where you can see some of the michael phelps wedding photos. he and his fiance secretly got married in june. >> they celebrated with a big ceremony in cabo san lucas. he noted that baby number two could soon be on the way. you can see the wedding photos on the nbc washington app. congrats. >> win gold medals and have
if you ran in the marine corps marathon, waking up today may be tough. >> perry shoemakers finished in under three hours. she was the first for win at 2 hours 51 minutes. for the second time. samuel cosgei finished hours. >> since i won two years ago, i came here to do the best -- >> i probably won't eat much for a little bit to let my stomach settle and i'll lay on the couch and relax. >> talk about a tough race. look at this photo. daniella finished the marathon while in full firefighting gear to honor a fellow firefighter killed in iraq.
>> 60 pounds of gear. >> 26.2 miles. >> hats off to her for sure. it is nearly november. don't thael to mother nature. how long the mild weather is expected to stick around when we check back in with meteorologist chuck bell. >> like a lot of people this weekend, they put on halloween costumes but police say they were looking for much more than just candy. >> we continue to follow a developing story in prince george's county after six people were shot. two of them gunn.
putting your home on-air bnb. the investigation you have to see if you ever thought about renting out your home. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. 6:31 is our time right now and we want to start out with 4 things to know about the weather. >> here is storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell. i want to have the nice weather keep coming, chuck. >> yesterday to today, that would be a great thing for most everybody. we can't do it. it will be more treat than trick for your halloween. upper 50s and low 60s. typical for this time of the year. of i 20 to 25 degree drop. no rain gear needed. it will be a dry back to work and school day. there are more mild days ahead. a few more chances at 80 degrees before we get to the end of the week and later on in the week, a chance for rain showers coming back as well. it will be dry today. we have clouds around here early this morning, temperatures in
for the most part, we'll stay in the upper 50s to low 60s. perfect trick or treating weather. let's go over to melissa mollet today. >> over the top of beltway. outer loop at new hampshire avenue. that has gotten to the right side of the roadway. we're seeing pretty good volume top of the beltway, outer loop at new hampshire avenue. we have a crash at the inner loop and gallows road. it is slowing things quite a bit. now we know we're blocking one lane through there and yo we show you the beltway at 66 and 95. 66 overall looking very typical. 95 northbound, slow spot will be the typical slow spot. northbound lanes as you're approaching woodbridge and southbound bw parkway before 197, that crash has started to see some pretty good back-ups as well. we'll have travel times for you in ten minutes. it is 6:32. developing now, a search for clues for gun man responsible for killing two teenagers in prince george's county.
the breaking news early sunday morning. he joins us live from police headquarters with the latest now. derrick, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning again. we're here at police headquarters in palmer park where the investigation is still under way and this crime is still indeed under investigation. take a look. it happened on walker mill road early sunday morning and when the gunfire was done, six were wounded, two fatally. 18-year-old brian davis of northwest d.c. is one of the vi 14-year-old todd jones of walker mill road was also killed. now, there is an adult male who is hospitalized in serious condition and another who is hospitalized. we don't know that condition but both of those folks are expected to survive. there are two others treated and released but there was lots of gunfire reported on the parking lot on walker mill road. cars had been damaged, even the door to one of those apartment buildings. this all stems from a shooting after a party. prince george's police are
forward and help them solve this crime. we're live in palmer park, derrick ward, news4. >> thank you. 6:34 as we turn to decision 2016. wiki leaks says it will release more information pertaining to the 2016 presidential election. the site tweeted it was transitioning to phase three of of the election coverage. it did not provide information on what the third phase entails. they released stolen e-mails from the democratic national committee and the clin the stolen e-mails. russian president putin is accusing american politicians of whipping up hysteria. clinton described trump as the voice of the common man but is not picking sides. a spokesman sat down with nbc news for an exclusive interview. >> he in favor of any politician who is in favor of a good relationship with russia.
allies are bolstering military forces on russia's border. the man accused of killing a wedding caterer is due back in court. kempton bonds says he was acting in self defense when he stabbed tyon jones. cell phone recordings prove the former park employee had been threatened by jones and her friends during a fight over chairs after the wedding. covering the in halloween costumes. police say they strong armed the victims at around 8:30 last night at third and u street. the suspect descriptions include a man dressed as a turtle, a second man dressed in a skeleton suit. the third suspect is a woman in her 20s. today, gas is expected to be turned back on at the lynnhill condominiums in prince george's county. washington gas shut it off last
electricity was restored when a judge reversed an eviction order for all residents. the condo association is trying to find a way to pay the utility companies more than a million dollars in unpaid bills. the news4 i team uncovered a new legal battle you might be thinking of renting out your home this holiday season. some residents are in hot water after posting their place on popular sites. bradford burke started renting out his two bedroom basement a man sued him for discrimination, accusing him of not renting to families with children. the i-team uncovered dozens of other lawsuits by the same plaintiff. >> you can't express a preference. the more you say and try to suggest this is not a good place for kids, the more it looks like you're expressing a preference. so the less you say, the better. sglf tonight on news4 at 11:00, we'll tell you how most of the lawsuits ended and what you need to know before renting out your
northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: and i approve this message. ? ? ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ? ? hush my darling... ? ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.] ? hush my darling... ? [snoring.] ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.]
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insulated wind breaker a good idea, jeans and later on today, your scary costume. trick or treat forecast for this evening, temperatures will be dropping into the low 50s after the sun goes down and the most important thing you can do with your little ghosts and goblins is get a picture and send it to us @nbcwashington.com. we'll be sharing a lot of those for tomorrow. melissa mollet plays well on halloween. >> just wait. wait until tomorrow morning. it is a secret but tomorrow medical emergency is blocking the left lane. chopper 4 went to check it out. you can see the volume headed southbound. inner loop at gallows, the right lane is blocked. a new crash inner loop before the woodrow wilson bridge in the left lane slowing things as you come from maryland into virginia. travel times on 270 slow there because of the problem. we showed you at chopper 4. top of the beltway is typically slow.
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now at 6:45. new developments in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. >> you believe this could cost you the election? >> i don't think so. >> the justice department obtained in the case just hours ago. >> a days long manhunt comes to an end and so does the life of one of the men taking part. >> we're learning more about the victims of the weekend shooting that left two people dead and four people injured. >> redskins players defend dustin this morning, they learned they're already back on american soil. safetrack has passengerings on a very busy road line near fort totten running to trains and shuttles trying to figure out the next step. and we start with the latest on the safetrack work. if you need to ride the red line this morning, you can expect some major slow downs. news4's molette green is live
major confusion and headaches with commuters. molette, good morning. >> reporter: eun, good morning to you. this is the first thing people see when they arrive at the fort totten station. and then they have workers behind me handing out information and telling them about the shuttles over here. we have seen people running fort trains and shuttles this morning on the busy red line. here is what you need to know about surge number 10 here for safetrack. services shut down from f totten to noma-gallaudet. 25 days of this in all and it is impacting folks northeast d.c. and parts of montgomery and prince george's county. >> i may just drive to work. >> people are thinking about their options long-term, they tell me. expect crowded trains on the red, yellow and green lines today because of this and to get you going, the free shuttles you
that is the latest live from fort totten with a surge of people coming at me right now. back to you. >> thank you. northern virginia commuters, listen up. expect changes at the herndon monroe parking garage. the surface lot is temporarily closed for construction which means you may need to find a new place to park. the pick up locations will be located at the level one of the parking garage. use the reston park and ride instead. we turn to decision 2016. the final countdown on. we're eight days away from election day and get ready for a busy week on the campaign trail. both candidates will be out today. they're hoping to get the last minute votes. donald trump will hold two rallies today in michigan. hillary clinton will spend her day in the key battleground state of ohio. it is the e-mail controversy that continues to dog her
desk. angie? >> reporter: this is the latest, aaron, the fbi obtaining a warrant to search newly discovered e-mails related to the private server case. they are e-mail that's were found on disgraced former congressman anthony weiner's laptop. two days ago, fbi director james comey linked clinton's e-mails to weiner's estranged wife, a top clinton aide. harry reid had strong words for comey accusing him p government officials from using authority to influence the election. going forward, agents will compare the latest batch of messages with those that they've already looked at and investigated to determine if there is any classified information that was sent from clinton's personal server. >> despite the fbi's announcement, 63% of americans say they have already made up their minds on whether they will vote for hillary clinton.
abc news/washington post poll conducted saturday. developing this morning, the oklahoma man suspected of killing two family members and leading police on a week long manhunt is dead. michael dale vance junior died in a shoot out with police. a local sheriff was hurt in the shoot out and is expected to be okay. vance was wanted for the double murder of two family members, shooting two police officers, and a series of when he was hit by a car friday night on stuart road. he was returning to the clinton nursing and rehabilitation center. there are no sidewalks in the area. news4 was told by residents that the center has given them reflected vests to wear. we'll find out if the center is making any other changes.
fairfax who was arrested in a sex for drugs bust is due in court today. scott silverthorne faces drug possession charges. the police say he tried to trade meth for sex with an undercover officer back in august. silverthorne later resigned and was fired from his job as a fairfax county substitute teacher. an election for his replacement is scheduled for february. new numbers show how many private gun sellers in virginia have customers at gun shows. only 21 private sellers opted for the checks across the state from july 9th to october 23rd at 23 gun shows. by comparison, more than 12,000 mandatory background checks were performed by federally licensed firearm dealers at the 23 shows. he struck him out! there will be a game six. cubs win it 3-2.
the chicago cubs beat the cleveland indians to force a world series game six. the indians lead the series leading to cleveland on tuesday. so exciting. the redskins arrived back in london after their game in the uk. duke ihenacho says i can't believe i'm saying this but i'm so happy to be back in ashburn today. the redskins tied the bengals. they missed the field goal kick in overtime. 34 yards, 27-27. washington has a bye week and won't play again until november 18th. i feel bad for him, though. >> the kick? >> i do. i feel bad for him. >> oh, boy. let's turn to chuck bell. >> you will be dressing as field goal kicker. you said anybody could do it. >> i'm not trying to be disrespectful. >> we're going to find out.
but the clouds are moving out fast and we will be replacing record high temperatures yesterday with far more typical late october, early november temperatures for today and tomorrow. missed the record by only two yesterday at national airport. both bwi and dulles broke the records yesterday. wednesday's record is safe. we'll be well into the 70s. thursday's record high is 80 degrees and we may have a shot at tying that one. right for, though, it is a cool morning. 46 in figure within the 80s yesterday. it is a shock to the system early this morning and not much of a warm up coming our way. breezy at times. more and more sunshine as the day goes along. with the north wind 10 to 15 miles an hour. keep it on the cool side. we're going rogue for halloween. be sure to send your pictures in for nbc washington. trick or treat forecast for ghosts and goblins, temperatures mid-50s at 6:00, back down to 51
temperatures upper 50s and low 60s courtesy of the cloud. we'll be on the cool side because of that and our next chance for rain does not show up really until we get towards thursday afternoon and thursday night as we are expecting very warm temperatures here in the middle of the week. i'm going 78 on both wednesday and thursday. then behind the rain drops on thursday we cool back down for the weekend. the weekend looks rain free. good morning in yours take a look at this. top of the beltway. we have a vehicle here, no ems on the scene quite yet blocking one lane, folks, trying to get around that. chopper 4 over the scene here. inner loop at gallows road. still have the delays here headed northbound because of the earlier crash blocking a lane. inner loop before the woodrow wilson bridge. . top of the beltway where chopper 4 is and on the left side, as we
northbound 123, we have a new crash there. overall, prince george's county. pennsylvania avenue, everything looking pretty good there. 95 and maryland, no problems either. i'm derrick ward at prince george's county police headquarters in palmer park. a little over 24 hours into an investigation into a multiple shooting now. police determined that the shooting was not random. however, two people were killed. 18-year-old brian davis of d.c. and walker mill road were pronounced dead on the scene of shooting. it happened yesterday morning. police say that two people remain hospitalized. one of them in serious condition. two more have been treatand released. the cause and motive is still under investigation. we're live in prince george's county. derrick ward, news4, back to you. >> thank you, derrick. 2,700 national guard
200 national guard soldiers departed from their families. they will be deployed to the middle east. they will join the maryland and virginia national guard. they have 30 to 45 more days in texas before they're deployed over seas. they will be back home in june. 6:55. a new crackdown on drivers who pass stopped school buses will take effect. falls church city school buss will use cameras to record when vehicles illegally pass buses that have the stop arm extended. the city has had program because it was illegal to mail tickets in the commonwealth. that has changed now so getting caught could cost you 250 bucks. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters. draft kings and fan duel are reportedly close to a merger deal. they're hammering out the final details and an announcement is imminent. they're entangled in legal
they have gambling businesses and not games of skill. coming up on 6:56. here are 4 things to know this morning. a week long manhunt in oklahoma has ended with the deaths of a double murder suspect. michael dale vance junior died in a shoot out with police last night. the fbi has obtained a warrant to search e-mails that could be related to the clinton e-mail investigation. they were found on former congressman anthony weiner's laptop during an unrelated sexting investigation into the former congressman. metro's general manager is increased wait times and job cuts as part of a plan to close a $3 million budget short fall. it is the first workday for metro's latest safetrack surge on the red line. there is no service between fort totten and noma-gallaudet for the next 25 days. >> cool and dry for your halloween and your trick or treating for tonight. near 80 again wednesday and thursday. most important thing, this weekend, we move our clocks back. >> we do, we do.
avenue, starting to see slow downs there and we have video to share with you. we wish you a happy halloween. this si my dad obviously in a time lapse here this weekend making the nbc peacock pumpkin. somebody asked us to do it that week. i said my dad could do this. he busted out a dremel if anybody knows what it is. >> mr. mollett is a man with skills. >> he b
northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job.
. good morning. clocks ticking with just eight days to go before the election, the fbi obtains a warrant to search a reported 650,000 e-mail run by anthony weiner and abedin. >> i think that's called the mother lode, they found them all. >> and we need to stay focused on our goal. >> time running out quickly. a man accused of a strng of crimes in oklahoma is dead.