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connection. and today we could learn the identities of six people killed in the mta and school bus crash in baltimore. it happened yesterday morning just after 7:00. a school bus rear-ended a mustang and went barreling into the side of the mta bus. the victims range in age from 32 to 67 years old. no children were on the school bus at the same time. the investigators say there were no skid marks at the scene. >> he had no stop. >> two people are in the hospital this morning in critical condition. the ntsb is investigating what caused this and there was recording equipment at least one of the buses that could have video of the crash. teaming up with the law firm
that caused an explosion built up by natural gas, more will come out after the trial today. and it will be a nice day outside today. the clouds kept it awfully cool with temperatures barely near 60 yesterday. we should be about 15 degrees warmer than that today. the first thing to know, it is a november standards. we are 10 degrees above average. warm air coming back fast for later today. we'll be flirting with records for tomorrow. today's record is 82. no chance at that. but tomorrow's record is 83 degrees. and that one is in real danger. we'll be voting for or in sunshine next week. we'll give you the full forecast at 4:51. but nothing to worry about today, 75 downtown. near 80 out in parts of the
i'm food. i brought my book and i will go and sit somewhere after work. >> what's the book? >> "luckiest girl alive." the red line is shut down between noma-gallaudet and fort totten. this affects so many people here every weekday morning. prince george's county overall is okay right now. and then on the beltway outer by that bridge deck paving. eun? melissa, thank you. more details to the story we first told you about yesterday morning. d.c. police now say a group of ten teens may be responsible for robberies at the five locations monday night. they all happened within an hour in northwest. at least two people had their phones stolen and the other was
laptop computers. this could be prosecuted as a hate crime. it's still unclear why. no suspects have been identified. police have arrested one person in the death of two teenagers but still looking for two others who fired into a crowd of police are trying to identify the other shooter still. and police are busy looking for this man and need your help. this is michael tolbert. he went missing at the men's emergency shelter. he is familiar with public transportation and last seen wearing a green jumpsuit. if you have seen tolbert, call
a video on the back of the door . and police say juan rivera-pineda is charged with child pornography. he was recording the dpirl's after someone caught him. and just into the live desk, a new report on the final moments of malaysia flights mh-370 that disappeared two years ago. you are looking at australian officials who are looking at satellite and debris to show the plane spiraled with no one in control.
leading the search believe it could have run out of fuel. this is at odds with a theory that the pilot broke the plane into the ocean with 239 people on board. thank you, angie. new this morning, this sure has been a world series for the record books. it all comes down to game seven tonight. did you watch the chicago night 9-3? only five other baseball teams have come back from a 3-1 deficit to win the world series. that was a grand slam by addison russ sil. amazing. this hasn't happened since 1908. the indians haven't won since 1948.
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short sleeves for the boys. temperatures in the mid-50s on the way out the door this morning. no need for the umbrella or warm coat we needed yesterday morning. we'll get a little bit of sunshine back today. so sunglasses and jeans and short sleeves for sure. bus stop weather this morning, 55 now. 57 by 8:00. but 3:00 this afternoon, average temperature around the area about 75 degrees. that's a full dozen degrees, almost a bakers dozen above average. how long does we'll have more coming up in ten minutes. we do have road work southbound there at congressional lane. the left lane getting by the paving and northbound at cedar lane. the left lane is also getting by the paving. so both of those should be out of the way in just a little bit. 66 and 95 no problems. flying down 270, we are nice and clear as well. from frederick down to the spur, it will take you 27 minutes.
driving in the district could cost you more. >> the preliminary approval yesterday increases fines from $100 to as much as $1,000. the measure also allows for licensed suspensions for up to six months. if the measure gets final approval, the build would treat distracted driving as drunk driving if anyone is seriously injured or killed. there are only six days left until election day, but if you already vod, mind. why he's telling voters to take back their ballots. and can you do that for real? that's just ahead. and more details from a disturbing sex assault.
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e-mails on anthony weiner's laptop that may or may not be related to huma abedin and may or may not be related to hillary clinton. >> we'll talk about what he heard in the sound bite from donald trump. that four states can change their early vote? >> actually seven states. but it doesn't apply to all early voting states. and there are hoops to jump through. some have to be changed by election day. some you have to in you can change your vote. maryland is not one of them. but we can tell you that according to history, very few people actually do that. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill for us. thank you. as of this morning, more than 26 million votes have been cast. here's the deadline, here are the deadlines for the voters trying to vote early. the deadline to request an absentee ballot is 5:00 p.m. saturday. you need to do that in person, not by mail.
vote is friday. in maryland you have until tomorrow. early voting centers are open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. millenial voters could be key to the election in some states. so how did they view the candidates? later in the broadcast, we'll look at what they said in your vote your power event that i moderated last night at george washington university. we had good conversation last night. and 4:47 and more details in the sexual assault that happened in stafford county. investigators suspect was wearing when he crashed his suv into a woman's car, dragged her into a ditch and sexually assaulted her for two hours early monday morning. yesterday they also found a woman's shoe in a tree at the scene. this all happened on kings highway. this is a sketch of the suspect police or the sheriff's department released. they still need help catching
help them track down two men who are accused of sexually assaulting a woman. they left her on the side of the road and she was able to flag down help. and the virginia dean claims that she was unfairly portray in the 2014 article about gang rape. during close arguments, the "rolling stones" lawyer said her main source is not credible. the magazine issued a retraction after it was published. she wants $7.5 million for damages. today a navy serviceman will be in court on charges he killed four people by driving his car
employees. if you use metro, today you need to hear this. a public meeting tonight from 4:00 to 7:30. the project starts early next year. if you can't make it today, there's one more scheduled this month. look for more plans on the nbc washington app. the washington wizards home opener is tonight. they are hosting the toronto they need to get back on track. tipoff tonight is at 7:00. don't miss. so melissa helped kick off the annual share the warmth coat drive. >> this was fun yesterday. you have until november 19th to dig through your closet to donate your gently warm coats. drop them off at the herbert bank branch in northern virginia or the ace hardware stores in montgomery county.
avoid their hands toda -- sooner or later it is going to get cold and t warm. >> and a lot of people have gently used coats. every year i go and dig one out to make sure it goes to a good home. this is the time to go through your winter coats, before you actually need them so you can figure out which ones you won't be wearing. we're talking about more chances for record highs the next couple of days. probably not going to happen today.
mid-80s. they are comfortably out of reach for today. but tomorrow's record-high temperatures are considerably lower back down to 80 for the record at national airport. 81 is the record tomorrow at dulles. and 80 at bwi marshal are in jeopardy with the records. today it will be gorgeous with temperatures up to 77 degrees. we're going to love that. the overnight hours. while you were sleeping, the southerly winds are bringing temperatures way up into the 70s today. no chance for rain today. tomorrow, though it will be warmer than today, will end with a chance for showers. starting at 5:00 a.m., dry first thing tomorrow morning and through the morning commute. as we get to lunchtime, we have better rain chances getting to
drops should easily make it into the upper 70s. a little spike in warmth should put us at 80 tomorrow. we have a 60% chance of rain tomorrow. behind the rain drops come the wind and the cooler weather. highs on friday even with sunshine will stay in the 50s. the weekend looks great and el don't forget, it's the weekend. good morning, melissa. taking a look, reminder for safetrack surge 10 underway with red line closed between noma-gallaudet until november 22nd. we have earlier road work at
southbound congressional. we could see this out of the way in the next 30 minutes. 32 down to the beltway, you're on time. see you in a few. thank you. it's one of the most photographed homes from the outside but now we're getting a look inside the the foot-care experts at amope introduce the latest fashion secret to turn your heels into sneakers.
the election day countdown continues. and the news4 initiative was the number one topic trending in our area overnight. we'll tell you why. and children heading back their classmate's backpack. that little boy just 3 years old. and now a family member is facing charges. and parents in montgomery county have more options when it comes to paid leave. we have new provisions to expand the paid family leave law. since then the county council unanimously approved the expansion to require employers to provide paid leave for new births, adoptions or foster
october 1st. covering northern virginia now where this afternoon a section of the woods road in leesburg has reopened. now the roadway has wider lanes for cyclists. this should be complete by 2018. either you love them or hate them. we are talking abo >> who likes them? i mean, you learn how to navigate them. >> here in d.c. they are awful. i want to rip them out, all of them. >> now a massive roundabout could be coming to the busiest intersection. the proposal calls for putting an underground traffic circle at route 7 and 23. it would be covered by park spaces surrounded by new
roundabouts ever. i don't know that's a good idea. >> that would be awesome. anything to keep traffic going and keeps the traffic down a little bit. >> if the plan gets approval, construction could start in two years. transportation reporter adam tusk was able to get a bird's eye view from chopper 4 for this report. >> keep up-to-date with him on twitter to find out the latest on transportation projects to help you i don't always get him live in the afternoon -- >> are you flying this? >> i wouldn't recommend doing both. >> if you're planning a road trip up north, you may want to fuel up before you hit new jersey or get ready to pay. >> the state's gas tax increased 23 cents per gallon yesterday. that boost makes the garden state going from the second
sixthest. this is part of a deal with the democratic party chris christie and the legislature to pay for projects. it is 5:00 a.m. good morning, everyone. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we want to start with the weather because this is something we can all get on board with. >> chuck bell is here with the weather headlines. temperatures are going to be way above average for today. out the d morning, it is anything but cold out there. tiches are in the 50s in most neighborhoods. our averages are in the upper 30s to low 40s. that's way above average. more sunshine and warm weather coming ourg way later today. it could be up near records before any rain chances arrive. but breaking down the day to day, 53 degrees at 8:00, 63 at 11:00. 74 at 2:00. and 76 degrees i'm forecasting