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a scare on the trail. protests in d.c. and local buildings hit by vandals. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we wi >> let's prove that love trumps hate. >> from star power to battleground states, hillary clinton and donald trump rush for an advantage with just two days left in decision 2016. >> two days. >> i know. that is all we have for you. >> on top of that, it is 6:00, it is not 7:00. >> i know. how is that extra hour? did you enjoy it?
good morning, i'm adam tuss. >> i'm angie goff. we want to talk with meteorologist tom kierein. yesterday was such a nice autumn day. we're hoping for another. >> let's do it. just because you asked and because we are now back on eastern standard time. we're having our sunrises an hour earlier. we're seeing the first glow of the predawn light showing up on the eastern horizon. live view from the storm team4 tower camera on this sunday morning, sunrises at 6:41. sky and gorgeous morning. it is rather chilly. a few spots in the shenandoah valley are near freezing and across northern virginia, too, culpeper and manassas at 34. nearby suburbs around 40, right in washington. a look at the chilly, dry pattern, how long it will last in a few minutes. a man is fighting for his life after being hit by the driver of a car in landover. police say this happened on
around 10:45 last night. the victim is in critical condition. we'll continue to update you as soon as we get more information. if you plan to take metro's green line this morning, the trip will likely be interrupted. first responders are doing an emergency drill at the southern avenue station from 8:30 this morning until 2:00 this afternoon. crews will practice a train evacuation stimulating smoke in the tunnel. you can still use the station, but green line trains will run in two segments betweennc greenbelt. well in decision 2016 this morning, with just two days to go, the candidates are crisscrossing the country to get those last minute votes. donald trump will hit five states today including a rally in loudoun, in the loudoun fair grounds and leesburg virginia. that will happen tonight. donald trump junior will speak at heritage baptist church in wood bridge later this morning. hillary clinton will rally with
hampshire. president obama and vice president joe biden will hold events for her today. there were some scary moments at donald trump's rally in nevada. you might have seen this video by now. it was all over social media. you can see secret service agents rushing him off the stage. this is when someone said somebody in the crowd yelled gun. the secret service says no weapon was found. nbc's chris palone has the latest. >> reporter: tense moments on the campaign trail. secret service rushing donald trump off the stage after a disturbance in his rally in reno nevada. police seen removing one man and trump returned to the podium moments later. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> it capped a frenzy final saturday with saturation facing off against star power. hillary clinton pulling out all
and minorities to the polls. saturday with pop star katy perry in battle ground pennsylvania. she is trying to build a fire wall which would block trump from getting 270 electoral votes. >> all of the campaigning doesn't matter if people don't vote. >> trump is trying to expand the map. four on saturday where he made his most ominous attacks yet. >> we need a work and work well from day one for the american people. that will be impossible with hillary clinton. the prime suspect in a massive, far reaching, criminal investigation. >> reporter: trump has five stops planned for sunday including one in minnesota which hasn't gone to a republican since 1972. still, he remains confident. >> based on turn out, i think
>> yet to be seen, how much difference this last weekend push will make, 40 million early votes have already been cast. chris palone, nbc news, new york. even though we're from the same party, a lot of the things he says may resonate with a lot of people and a lot of the support years, i agree with them on many, many different issues. i just believe that you know, he is very dangerous for the country. >> so that was the protester who was taken away by police at trump's rally in nevada last night. he says he is a life long republican and only tried to hold up a sign that said, quote, republicans against trump. he said once he pulled out the sign, people began booing and tried to grab it. a group rallying together in what they call the million masked march had a skirmish police. they're blaming protesters for this damage. take a look.
on the fbi headquarters and x painted on the seal. the trump hotel and a d.c. police cruiser were damaged there. we spoke to one of the demonstrators who are protesting government corruption. >> this was another day to come out to d.c. to show that, you know, we're here, we're proud and it is a movement. you can't stop us. >> two men were charged with vandalism and reresisting arrest. it was a last minute get out the vote push in loudoun county on attorney general mark herring pumping up voters there. trump supporters went door-to-door in neighborhoods. the trump supporters telling news4 that they're encouraged by the tightening polls and they feel the momentum going their way. meanwhile, clinton supporters say they feel a little more anxious than they were a few weeks ago. according to nbc news, nearly 40 million early votes have already
18 million votes have been cast in 12 battleground states. democratic affiliated voters have out paced gop faia fillated voters in several states and that includes virginia. more republican affiliated voters have cast ballots so far. folks in pennsylvania can only vote early with an absentee ballot. there will be a special 2016 election edition of meet the press. that will happen later this morning. chuck todd will moderate the show from nbc's electio headquarters in new york. chuck will also speak with hillary clinton's campaign chairman john podesta and speaker of the house newt gingrich. we'll get a preview from chuck in a few minutes. once you realize you've been tricked, you're going to come running back to me, begging me to run again and guess what, idiots, i'll do it. >> one last laugh from snl before we have a president-elect. how the cast decided to suddenly break from tradition.
we take a live look at national harbor and the capitol wheel. tom is tracking how long i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do
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so, in the final live episode before election day, the folks at saturday night live getting their last shots in at donald trump and hillary clinton. >> got to do it. they kicd clinton's kate mckinnon. the topic was hillary clinton's e-mails. take a listen. >> i used a very private, very secure site where one can write whatever they want to and no one will read it. it is called twitter. >> mr. trump, everyone can see your tweets.
>> yeah. a few minutes later, the two broke character and took a run through times square hugging strangers, sharing food when they returned to the studio, they urged everyone to get out and vote on tuesday. >> now it is time to get out there and vote. none of this will matter if you don't vote. we all get to choose what kind of country we want to live in. montage was departure for how the sketch show has traditionally performed for an election. good for them for getting the message out. it is all fun and games, if you don't vote, you don't get to complain. >> added a serious tone to it in a sense. next week, dave chappell and tribe called quest.
>> that is correct. now that we're on standard time, we'll get the one hour earlier sunrises and sunsets and so sunrise here is only about 30 minutes away. it is at 6:41. we're seeing the predawn glow on the eastern horizon. live view showing mostly clear skies. a few wispy high clouds. temperatures by 10:00 will be in the upper 50s and then by 2: by 6:00, low 60s and 10:00 this evening, back down to the mid-50s. a breezy and cool day but pleasant during the afternoon. may actually get into the upper 50s briefly around 3:00 or so. there is a chill in the air this morning. we're generally hovering around 40 or nearby suburbs. shenandoah valley in the 30s around the waters. we're in the low 50s now and the view from space showing a few high clouds around. all dry on the storm team4 radar, don't have any rain in the vicinity.
reach the upper 60s today, we'll have a little bit of a breeze gusting around 15, 20 miles an hour. then our sunset is at 5:02. monday we'll be in the mid-60s. election day, looking great. we'll be chilly in the morning. we'll be in the 40s. afternoon highs in the low 60s during the day on tuesday. then after that, swrefrpz this dry pattern continuing with 60s. that is the way it looks. >> nice little sunrise there. reporters notebos more of the morning's top stories. >> good morning, i'm pat lawson muse. the presidential race is no doubt the most interesting race for voters here in the washington area but there are other key races and issues being closely watched in the dmv. a big issue on the ballot in fairfax is a 4% meals tax on all prepared foods sold in the county. supporters say it will generate 100 million of new revenue with
businesses. you covered this the last time it was on the ballot in fairfax was 1992 and it failed. how is it looking this time? >> this will be a big draw for voters to head out and vote. it is getting a lot more attention than i think those on both sides initially thought. what you have here are opponents saying that this is going to hurt, as you mentioned, restauranted but not only restaurants it will hurt grocery stores because rotisserie chickens, subs. and then it will hurt the schools. we've seen school budget short fall in fairfax county with close to $100 million so that would fill the gap but there is no guarantees from the opponents that that will actually add to it. >> this is four cents on the dollar. the district of columbia has a 10% meal tax on restaurant and carry out foods.
stores but it seems to me with the money going for education that it is hard for people to be opposed to it unless they're against raising any taxes anyway. it seems to me like a smart way to do it. people are out eating in restaurants and it is a growing industry in northern virginia. why not do it that way? it seems to make financial sense if you're looking for extra money. there are very few ways people in virginia, local governments can raise money. the legislature has to everything. why not do a tax? >> it is interesting. it is not only in d.c. where you have it. you have it in arlington, alexandria and fairfax county. surround ag jurisdictions have something familiar. it will be interesting to see what voters -- >> it will be on top of the 6%. >> 10 total. >> that might make people nervous -- it made a few nervous, for sure. >> keep in mind it is 4 cents on the dollar. >> the other big issue in virginia right now, after
in richmond, roanoke and charlottesville. polls have shown she has an edge here in the metro area. how significant would you say it is at this point? >> in maryland there, is no way. it is a cliff. >> we're talking about virginia. >> i know. in the district she will get 80, 90% of the vote. in virginia she has been ahead. it was a battleground states. people moved away from say taking was a battleground state. they across the country. as we go into the last couple of days of the election, she wants to be certain putting money, lots of areas where she is ahead but not that far ahead. i think she is being prudent. >> david, northern virginia voters are pretty much split down the middle on the other races, though. the congressional races. 46% for the democrats, 46% for republicans, 47% for the
district. luann bennett taking on barbara comstock. that was frank wolf county. it is a closer race than anticipated. anyone who turned on the tv you see the ads back and forth and they're almost one after another. they're pouring a lot of money into this. if you add super pacs, and go to campaign spending, you're more than $15 million. >> and barbara comstock, she is an establishment republican. she was reluctant to say anything about donald trump. her district stretches out from the inner suburbs of northern virginia to winchester. the further out you get there, you get more trump voters. she tried to walk a tightline like many republican candidates have. she wants to get reelected. she thinks she has a good record in congress. she has had to deal with the trump issue. that is what the luann bennett people have been hammering her on. >> you see the ads and you see side by side.
that is the strategy from luann bennett. >> northern virginia is a heavy vote for the democratic party and the rest of the state, republicans have to make up for it. they'll win somewhere and so it is a tough race there. it is a very exciting race. >> moving very far south, you went to cuba recently and -- >> no election there. >> they're watching our election so closely. they have a lot to say about there. >> incredibly closely and to tom's point, no election there. one cuban telling me they know more about u.s. politics than their own politics. they're following this closely to the point of having watched some of the debates on their air and so they follow the critique to get information there can be very difficult. they will seek that information. they get what are called usd thumb drives where they can get some of the latest articles and read and it shows how interested they really are.
in support of hillary clinton mostly because they feel that donald trump is anti-latino or anti-immigrant and they feel that is, hence, anti-their position. >> the republican party, it appears, would try to reverse some of the openness that president obama has taken steps to do there. we've reestablished relationships, you got to go. the republicans, some of of the republicans, cubans in florida, are against this, opening the doors to cuba again. in slowing down, stopping, or speeding up our relations with cuba. >> why it may be interesting to see what cubans think about this, to your point in south florida, the ones with the vote are cuban americans and they're against pushing forward with the relations. >> the puerto ricans, the hispanics are tilting significantly for clinton overall. >> we know the latino vote, the turn out will be incredibly key for the democrats. what is the get out the vote,
latina. they've spent a big portion of their vote getting to the millennials. they will tell mom how to get out to vote. they did that until october 15th. now the effort is getting them to the polls. it is difficult but again, they're doing it through the millennials and through obviously social media. interestingly enough, they're using english posts because millennials of latina generations prefer to media postings, not spanish. >> if social media is playing a huge thing. i don't know if we have to go to a commercial but since it is sunday, we're right before the election. if people in maryland and the district didn't take advantage of early voting or absentee voting in virginia, they should vote on tuesday. oh, i'm tired of this election, it has been too bitter, this and that. people died for the right to vote. if you exercise only one way,
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i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message
just to wrap up our election coverage m maryland, chris van hollen is not taking anything for granted. it looks like he will be in pretty good position. >> she is under funded by millions of not well known. chris van hollen has a terrific get out the vote effort. he will win probably very good including republicans. the question is will he be working with a democratic hillary clinton or a republican donald trump. van hollen says he has the experience from the house. but he was a big leader there. he will work across the aisle should he win. they're replacing barbara
news4 sponsored a forum called vote your power. what did you learn from watching that. >> for folks watching, it is on the nbc washington app. it was trending in d.c. the night it was on. it is interesting to see what millennials are focused on and it is not going for a certain candidate so much as against a certain candidate and there are issues that obviously stand out to millennials. one ofm and that is student loan debt. there is a concern among many other people that these issues are not being addressed. you don't hear a lot of discussion about this. instead you hear the heated rhetoric back and forth. there is a focus on legal marijuana and healthcare to a certain extent. these are the issues that millennials are hoping to hear more about. >> on the democratic side. a lot of the millennials found a home with the oldest person, bernie sanders.
student debt. the question was whether the bernie sanders voters would come back to hillary clinton. they appear to be notifying that direction. it is not clear how much. significantly they have moved. bernie sanders is out -- has been out campaigning for her. >> tom, in d.c., one council member wanted the issue of death with dignity on the ballot. what we've seen happen this past week is the council overwhelmingly approved the bill and either way, mayor bowser, whether she it will become law. >> is this a growing movement. five states have this but this is the death with dignity. opponents call it the assisted suicide. within six months where you're expected to die, you can get the drugs to take yourself and end your life. that is why they call it death with dignity that you control it. the opponents like alexander who say the voters should have voted on it say this is a serious issue. people at the end of their lives
by family members looking to inherit money. doctors who might coerce a patient who is not paying. all kinds of different things. none of this has been shown to be true in oregon where the law has been in effect since the late 1990s. mayor bowser says she will let it go into law without her signature. >> she said she won't veto it. why did she specifically say that? >> she is catholic. she has concerns about it as she has elderly parents. she has personal feelings about it and they made some adjustments in the law to guarantee safeguards in it but i think she doesn't want to sign on to this. as a personal matter. >> got to ask you about metro's so called reality check. the general manager's new budget proposal includes fare hikes and up to 1,000 job cuts. david, is metro in the death
who i've talked to and have left riding metro are concerned about it. they're concerned about the future and i think the question is, when we talk about metro being possibly run by the federal government as jack evans put forward as a possibility. >> chairman of the council, or of metro. what would a federally run metro system look like? >> it is in a death spiral. he was being a reporter. he didn't want to say it. they're losing capital improvements to fix the system that they have and they don't have operating funds to run the system. there is a dispute between maryland, virginia and d.c. about whether to do a regional 1% sales tax. maryland and virginia are against it. jack evans, the council, the chairman of the board and the council member said look, we have to do something or let the federal government pay over. they pay zero for this. you can have a control board
management issues, it is too hard to run something run by three jurisdictions. there are pension problems, $3 billion and work rules for the unions where they can't fire people, they can't move people around without great work and so it needs a reset. this is a 40, 50-year-old system that needs to be brought to the 21st century. >> some ask is metro hitting rock bottom. >> not yet but it is going tlg. >> when i hear someone raise when you hit rock bottom there, is only one direction to go after that. >> in some cases, jack evans said that we may have to get worse before we can get better. people are not focusing on the fact that the system is declining. we're losing riders on not only the rail but on the buses. the bus is a very good system. people are losing there. it is a $257 million short fall in the coming year.
needs. the system needs to be embraced by the region or it is going to get worse. >> i guess the other good news is that this is all right now, just a proposal. the board has to approve any changes made. >> right and let me say from the virginia perspective of things. i think there is a lot of hope for metro long-term. especially when you look at the expansion of the silver line. things are declining. >> they won't put the cars out. you have a silver line with no cars. if they don't have the money to run them. the very first ones they will cut back t south. >> at least for the near future i can say that you can see the construction going on. you can see what is hopefully an optimistic future for metro. obviously the current status -- >> a line without cars is not very good. >> thank you. >> skate boards. >> thank you. that is "reporter's notebook."
time right now is 6:29 on this sunday morning. here are the top stories we're following for you. donald trump rushed off the stage in nevada last night after someone in the crowd yelled gun. no weapon was found. a man was detained and later released. secret service investigating that incident. >> the fbi headquarters, trump hotel and d.c. police cruiser all vandalized. police blaming protesters masked march. people are trying to find out why a man was hit by a car in landover tonight. the man was critically injured near route 202 and dodge park road. first, it is sunday morning. we set the clocks back. it is 6:30. the sun is coming up early. >> we have coffee. it will be a good morning, guys. >> hope you're having a good day
>> i'm angie goff. how about a vote for more good weather. >> i'll take it. tom, what do you say? >> indeed. it does look like another gorgeous autumn day and we're starting off with a beautiful sunrise. we're getting our sunrise an hour earlier. we're back on eastern standard time. take a look at your tv. pink and gold sunrise under way. sun coming up in ten minutes at 6:41. it will be coming up in a mostly clear sky. hour by hour into the afternoon, we'll stay chilly for another couple of hours in the 40s. then by 50s by noon time. low 60s hitting mid to upper 60 ools during the afternoon with lots of sunshine. a look at this chilly, dry pattern, how much longer it will last, that is coming up this next half hour. at 6:31, there are some new developments in the disturbing kidnapping and murder case in south carolina. authorities now saying that this man charged with kidnapping kayla brown confessed to killing four people in 2003 but may be
kohlhepp pointed out more bodies. brown was found alive, chained inside a storage container. investigators identified her boyfriend's body found in a shallow grave on the very same property. o. new york authorities are looking for a person trf after two children and a woman were stabbed to death. police want to question 26-year-old jeremy arrington but they're not calling him a suspe. yesterday afternoon. three died including an 11-year-old boy and 8-year-old girl. the victims were family members. unbelievably, there are just two days left until election day but already thousands have voted in northern virginia, people lined up for the last day of in person absentee voting. just under 9,000 people voted before polls closed and arlington county, 2,800 cast an
ask voters to decide about changing their laws on a wide range of issues. they include guns, death, taxes and more. nbc news justice correspondent has a look at the big questions up for vote. >> voter aerz in california which already has tough gun laws will decide whether to require background checks to require ammunition. supporters say it will cut down onvi abiding citizens are the people able to put their hands on ammunition and not others. >> criminals will simply go elsewhere. >> nothing will stop them from driving across the border for nevada or arizona. driving back over here. >> nevada and maine vote on requiring a background checks for buying firearms at gun shows and a measure in washington would allow police to
abolishing the death penalty. they have 741 people on death row but carried out 13 in the last 40 years. in nebraska, the opposite choice, whether to bring the death penalty back after the legislature repealed it last year. colorado will decide if termly ill patients will get prescription drugs to end their own life. matt larson says he wants an >> i have a wonderful life and i really want to continue it, but i don't want to suffer needlessly if my fight proves unsuccessful. >> and missouri, with the nation's lowest tax on cigarettes, 17 cents a pack will vote on raising it to 60 and using the money to pay for early childhood education. >> how many times have you been told that a new tax or a lottery will mean more money for education? >> healthcare advocates generally oppose it say taking is too small to cut down on
missouri deserves pre-k. >> big tobacco supports it. it would boost taxes more on small cigarette companies that under cut prices on the major brands. pete williams, nbc news, washington. >> i want to tell you about a brief lockdown at the white house. it is over but yesterday, there was a scare when a secret service officer confronted a man with a gun who was walking along pennsylvania avenue. after a brief struggle, the man's gun was taken away and he faces several charges. the president was golfing at an iraqi special forces say they're struggling to clear neighborhoods retaken from the islamic state group in mosul. progress has slowed because of civilians and the elaborate defenses built by isis. the forces entered the eastern edge of mosul on tuesday and are slowly trying to advance further into the city. violence breaks out here in
italy's prime minister. activists threw kobl stones, sticks and other items at the officers. protesters are opposed to a constitutional referendum that some fear will lead to an excessive centralization of power. we're hearing from a man brutally beat by police. dash cam footage shows where officers kicked him and police thought he was a suspect that they were looking for. the police chief is poll -- apologizing and baker says it made a huge difference. >> the apology did. you know, he apologized to me for the police force and i thought that was super cool. >> he has a pretty super cool attitude about all of that. two of the officers involved in the incident remain off the job. meanwhile, a maryland state trooper is in stable condition
this all happened on the inner loop of the beltway near route 4 and upper marlboro. trooper jasmine ingrim pulled over to help another driver. someone ran into her car. police say charges are pending against that driver but they don't think alcohol played a role. prince george's county schools looking to reassure parents that their kids are safe. school officials holding the community conversation with families yesterday. this is at earnest middle school in mitchellville. of student abuse within the district. the school's ceo kevin maxwell says that it is important to talk openly and honestly. >> we are an organization but we're not sort of an isolated organization. we're compromised of students and parents and community members. it takes all of us to do this work together. we can't be as effective as we should be. >> maxwell adding there that the
up about possible abuse. coming up at 6:38 your sunday morning. your home might be your sanctuary. love home. for some in the district, their new home will be inside a sanctuary. >> this is really need. wendy rieger takes a look inside of a classic church on capitol hill that is changing the trend in living spaces. >> well, your guest certainly won't have trouble finding your house. not when it is this big, red
units. the stained glass was restored. >> they took every single window and took it apart piece by piece and then put it back together. it was expensive, but it was really appropriate for this building. >> it is not unusual for developers to find old historic gems and bring them into modern use like this school turned into condos on capitol hill. but churches can pose a challenge. there is all of that stained glass and how do you turn a bell to >> there wasn't a wall in this building that we didn't consider, didn't move once or twice. >> the responsibility didn't stop with the building. his group also helps the congregations move to larger homes. >> this is sacred ground to us. >> pastor john mccoy of the word of god baptist church stands at the site of his old church which used to object k street in southeast. >> this is actually the church
we had the baptismal group. >> the reuben group helped the congregation find a bigger home in university park. >> it appears they really cared about what happened to us. >> because the old church was not historic, the building wasn't restored. the new condos that were built there will bear the pastor's name as an homage. >> with congregations bursting at the seams, more churches may could be saved, must be saved, the sanctuary shows them the way. >> the sanctuary is open for business now and the units go anywhere from 350,000 to 1.7 million for that max daddy condo. i'm wendy rieger in the newsroom. back to you. >> that is so windy. >> mack daddy.
>> i know. i want to go look at it. >> this is one of places where you go and appreciate it and take it in and it is almost like a museum of sorts. >> love it. >> very cool story. time right now is 6:41. let's look at union station. we're in for another bright and warm day. didn't yesterday feel great? today will be kind of the same. tom is updating the forecast. >> students with a winning history. the school with an impressive track record when so who do they vote for this
good morning. back to eastern standard time. we have our sunrise an hour earlier and that is the live view from the storm team4 tower camera. sun up and a mostly clear sky. a few golden clouds are passing over and we'll have highs today in the 60s. then for the monday commute tomorrow morning, we'll be in
kind of a chilly day tomorrow with highs only around 60. we'll be there around 5:00 during the afternoon. that is around sunset tomorrow. today, and tomorrow. 10 day outlook, a few minutes. >> thank you very much. two days left and donald trump and hillary clinton are jetting across the country today. all eyes on battleground states as we get set for election day. >> and moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd joins us live from new york this morning. great to see you. >> sorry i'm not in pe >> we'll let it slide for the election. >> for the election. >> only for the election. >> this is your one get out of jail pass. >> i want to start with donald trump. when we talk about his path to 270. do you think that is a tall order? we're watching the polls tighten in the key battleground states. >> he doesn't have a lot of margin for error. he has to win florida, north carolina, and ohio.
of, you know, iowa looks good for him and he needs two other states or one sort of big one. two small states like new hampshire and nevada. nevada looks out of reach or he needs to flip a blue state. think pennsylvania or michigan and the one that seems most promising for trump appears to be michigan. both campaigns haven't spent a lot of time there. michigan is the one place that hillary clinton was upset where all of the polls indicated both public and private that she would win and instead bernie sanders pullhe resonate in michigan so there is something happening there. my question is whether there is just enough time. >> people who don't know what they're watching on screen next to you, chuck, it actually a scene from the scare for donald trump. is this something he has to be worried about more and more. >> i think we're at -- this is one of the times i think the secret service, they do a great job. they're on edge everywhere with all of these rallies.
vet many of the people, luckily that turned out to be just a false alarm. >> is there some place, chuck, that hillary clinton might have thought that she had it sewn up and you see her scrambling to make sure she gets it. >> i think the real scramble you actually see that they're showing, where they're showing sweat is michigan. look at it. all of a sudden, a week ago, nobody at the white house thought president obama was two days. they assumed it would be more tripped to pennsylvania and north carolina so i think that tells you that the michigan thing is real and something that has them nervous. >> how about the tone of their closing arguments? how would you compare that to past presidential campaigns as they start to wind down? >> it is pretty negative. and, look, this is the fear election. one of our pollsters put it that way. it has been a total fear
an america that is changing, of the world moving too fast and hillary clinton running on the fear of donald trump. it has been a negative tone and sometimes fear is a great motivator. i think both campaigns think fear is what will carry it across the finish line. >> thanks so much. we expect pizza and bagels. drop them off in the newsroom. >> you'll get the combo. >> please. >> it will be pizza. >> why not? >> every sunday at 10:30 right here after news4 today. they may not be old enough to vote just yet, but that is not stopping some new york kids from casting their presidential picks. >> ida ssegall tells us why it might be the most important yet. >> move it all the way towards me. >> it is election day and this
>> the president, smart, honest and intelligent and make right choices for our country. >> the children here have a serious legacy to uphold. ben franklin students correctly predicted richard nixon would be president. eight years late yes they voted for jimmy carter and they have predicted the correct president every four years since then to present day. this year, everyone is anxious to see who they will vote for. >> do you think the have esp? >> what is that? >> who do you think will win this time? >> hillary. >> you think hillary is going to win? >> yeah. >> who is going to win? >> i'm hoping donald does. >> donald trump? >> yes. because if hillary clinton wins it, i won't be the first girl president. >> ah! well, there you go. that is a good strategy. >> this year's election has been tricky. teaching the kids about the electoral process during a campaign season that has been
away with the candidates and talk about the process. >> you did it. you voted. >> by the end of the day, the votes were in. and the results were revealed. >> hillary clinton! >> hillary clinton won the popular vote with 52% according to the kids. >> i learned it counts when you vote. like, when everyone should vote. >> do you think your school got it right? >> yeah. i think so. >> right or wrong, teachers say the important thing is every vote does count. in yorktown heights. new york. >> you saw a kid with his hands on his head. emotions were running high. >> like a real election! >> can we write bill murray? >> he will win in chicago. this weekend has been quite a gem. >> this there was a back up on
weather we had yesterday. can you understand another one? here comes another gorgeous day. let's do it. starting off this morning, there is this sun. we have the storm team4 tower camera which is mounted about 200 feet above the terrain here in northwest washington. we can get the spectacular views. that golden sunrise is under way one hour earlier than yesterday. now that we're back to eastern standard time. and we're down into the 30s, parts of maryland, virginia and west virginia, but it is genera suburbs, near 50 in town. they're having a bay bridge run. good weather for that. look amount the color around the potomac river getting nice, autumn color by then. by 10:00 we'll be in the upper 50s and breezy and cool. by early afternoon, we might have winds gusting perhaps around, oh, 15, 20 miles an hour early afternoon to mid afternoon. that is when we'll be in the mid, maybe briefly upper 60s around 3:00. by 6:00, a light winld. back to the low 60s.
mid-50s under a clear sky tonight. storm team4, looking at the radar, and all of the clouds are pretty much gone. we have a few wispy clouds over us and a few showers up in new england. it is another dry pattern today and our storm team4 radar not showing any rain anywhere in our vicinity. we'll stay dry and over the next ten days, this dry pattern continues all the way into election day. highs tomorrow into the mid-60s after a chilly start and then on election day, we'll be 40s and then partly cloudy in the afternoon with it in the low 60s. so good voting weather on tuesday, then on wednesday and thursday, high as, low 60s. veterans day, turning chillier, in fact, highs may only be in the low 50s this coming friday. next weekend, a chill in the air, may only be in the 30s and 40s in the morning. the highs are only in the low 50s. it will stay that way. next chance for rain might not be tuesday, the 15th of
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murray got a huge reception. today, thousands of people will join together here in d.c. to raise awareness about a very important cause, lung cancer. >> the 8th annual breathe deep d.c. 5k walk set to get under way in a few hours. doug kammerer will join the walkers on the national mall. this is video from last year. he might not even be up yet. >> he should be ready. >> it will start near the washington monument. in seven years, more tha lung cancer. we have much more ahead on news4 today. >> that includes an hour by hour look at your forecast. the storm team4 meteorologist
a scare on the trail. protests in d.c. and local buildings hit by be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> let's prove that love trumps hate. >> from star power to battleground states. hillary clinton and donald trump rush for an advantage with just two days left in decision 2016. >> heading into the 7:00 hour on this sunday morning. did you forget? >> what? >> the clock thing.
>> i relied on it to update itself and it did. hopefully you're all on the right thing. >> i had the husband set her clock, too. >> i'm adam tuss. >> i'm angie goff. we're glad you joined us. we know the lungevity walk is starting off. but it looks like things will warm up nicely. >> indeed. it feels like 8:01. we turned our clocks back one hour so we have a one hour live view from the storm team4 tower camera on this sunday morning. a few wispy clouds passing over and for the lungevity walk to end lung cancer. good weather for that. it will cool, be in the 50s by the time the walk gets under way at 10:00 this morning. nice, mostly sunny, a few, high clouds over us. warm coat. short sleeves this afternoon, sunglasses and you need a jacket this evening. that is the way it looks.
want to begin in prince george's county with a story developing. a man is fighting for his life after being hit by a car in landover. this happened on route 202 and dodge park road around 10:45 last night. the victim is in critical condition. we'll continue to update you as soon as we get more information. if you plan to take the metro's green light. first responders are doing an emergency drill at the southern avenue station. this will all take place from 8:30 this morning until 2:00 this afternoon. crews will practice a train evacuation simulating smoke in the tunnel. you can still use the station but green line trains will run in two segments, between branch avenue and congress heights and between congress heights and greenbelt. in decision 2016 this morning, two days to go and the candidates are crisscrossing the country to get those last minute votes. donald trump will hit five states today including a rally at the loudoun fairgrounds in leesburg virginia tonight. donald trump junior will speak
hillary clinton will rally with lebron james in cleveland ohio and then she will head to new hampshire. president obama and vice president biden will also hold events for hillary today. there were scary moments at this donald trump rally in nevada last night. take a look there. you see the secret service agents there quickly escorting donald trump off the stage and behind the curtain. this, after someone yelled gun in this you can see everyone go into panic mode. no weapon was found. chris palone has the latest. >> tense moments on the campaign trail saturday night. secret service rushing donald trump off the stage after a disturbance at his rally in reno, nevada. police were seen removing one man after trump returned to the podium moments later. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> it capped a frenzy final
star power. hillary clinton pulling out all of the celebrity stops she in a bid to get millennials and minorities to the poll. >> ? and you're going to hear me roar ? >> saturday with pop star katy perry in pennsylvania. clinton is trying to build a fire wall that will keep trum fraep getting the 270 votes with one key win. trump is map. visiting states across the country. four on saturday where he made his most ominous attacks yet. >> we need a government that can work and work well from day one for the american people. that will be impossible with hillary clinton. the prime suspect in a massive, far reaching, criminal investigation. >> trump has five stops planned
republican since 1972. he remains confident. >> based on turn out, i think we're going to win florida. >> yet to be seen how much different this last weekend push will make, 40 million early votes have already been cast. chris palone, nbc news, new york. there are people on my neck basically trying to choke me. growing up as a wristler, i know how to give myself a little bit of air. i wasn't going t completely choke me out, but had i not had that training it is possible i wouldn't be here talking to you today. >> that was a protester who was taken away by police at trump's rally in nevada last night. he claims he was violently tackled by people in the crowd. officials did not find a weapon on him. the secret service says they are investigating the incident. meanwhile, here at home, a group rallying together in what they call the million mask march
for the damage there. the word corrupt spray painted on the fbi headquarters and an x painted on the seal. the trump hotel and a d.c. police cruiser were also damaged. we spoke to one of the demonstrators who said that they're protesting government corruption. >> today was just another day for us to come out to d.c. to show that, you know, we're here, we're proud and it is a movement so you can't stop us. >> two men were charged with vandalism and risking arrest there as well. it was saturday. attorney general mark herring stopped to pump up voters and trump supporters went door-to-door in one neighborhood. they're encouraged by tightening polls and feel the momentum is going their way. clinton supporters feel more anxious than they were a few weeks ago. according to nbc news, nearly 40 million early votes have already
in 12 battleground states. democratic affiliated voters out paced gop voters in several states, including virginia. more republican affiliated voters have kalt their voters so far. folks in pennsylvania can only vote early with an absentee ballot. there will be a special meet the press. chuck todd will moderate the show out of new york. chuck will also speakth chairman john podesta and newt gingrich. we'll get a preview from chuck in the 10:00 hour. once you all realized you've been tricked, you'll come running back to me, begging me to run again and guess what, idiots, i'll do it. >> one last laugh before we have a president-elect. how they decided to break from tradition.
lusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for your vote. there are criminals that will do whatever they can to get away from police. in oregon one went so far as t hide inside of a badger hole. they found the suspected car thief inside of the hole after he abandoned the vehicle and screamed for help on thursday. he was rescued but is facing plenty of charges. >> hmm. >> take a look at this here. the italian coast guard rescuing migrants from a red boat. 2,200 were saved in one day. the migrants were rescued in 16 different operations yesterday. according to the united nations,
more than 153,000 migrants arrived in europe via the central mediterranean route this year. thousands have died while attempting the crossing. if you're looking for something to relax you or help manage your stress, you might want to head to the yogurt aisle. you can improve your mood by adding good bacteria to your diet. that is found in going yurt, fur they responded more calmly to stress. you have to be cautious about how you get the probiotics. >> you have to be careful of anything you're taking off of the shelf. >> it is unclear if the new research is enough to support the growing supplements industry. time is 7:11. you're in the clear today to clean out your garage. finish your yard work today, you know you have it. tom is updating his forecast
university park neighborhood near northwest washington and a lot of the leaves have come down. good day to get out and do yard work and rake the leaves. we'll have temperatures in the 60s. winds may be gusting 20 miles an hour by the early afternoon, diminishing late afternoon. a look at the exclusive ten day outlook in a couple of minutes. >> thank you very much. there was a time in d.c. many years ago when a radio station rocked the revolution. whfs, 102.3 on your dial. >> it was station had a wide open format that played music reflecting the political, social and cultural um heaval of those days. now, you can relive it. wendy rieger has more on the documentary in the works. >> reporter: it was the '60s, woodstock, the summer of love. the vietnam war. baby boomers were ditching their
cataclismic. >> in the early days we had total freedom. >> no play list. the djs reigned with their ears to the ground. capturing the distant rumble, the music that be would herald this generation's sound and furry. >> you know, there were no rules. it >> it was a secret code between us and our listeners. >> it became a beacon for musicians unknown at the time who came to the station to get their music played. >> it might have been bruce springsteen. it might have been jackson brown or bonnie reit. they didn't have quotes around their names. they were not famous yet.
neal young at a concert wearing the whfs bumper sticker on his pants. the documentary, feast your ears, the story of whfs 102.3 captures the years between 1961 and 1983 when whfs from a top the triangle towers in bethesda was the epicenter of progressive music. the communal fire, social media before social med cook book. they had a ride board. they had a housing board. >> he got the idea for the documentary when he saw the original dj gather for a reunion. >> i reacted out loud, oh, my god. they're all not dead yet. somebody needs to tell the story. >> revisiting the golden years should resonate with the new generation, the millennials.
>> for boomers it will be a feast of music and memories. a chance to wade once again into the sweet nectar of our youth. >> wendy rieger reporting there. i would have been fine in the '60s. >> the festival was huge in then. that was the concert there. that lasted for 16 years and they have done a couple of reston. isn't that crazy? >> our backyard. in the final live episode before election day, the folks at saturday night live getting their last shots in at donald trump and hillary clinton. >> yeah, they kicked off the show with alec baldwin's trump and kate mckinnon's hillary clinton facing off. >> i used a very private, very secure site. where one can write whatever they want to and no one will
>> mr. trump, everyone can see your tweets. >> really? and i'm still in this thing? >> oh, yeah, a few minutes laterk the two broke character and took a run through times square, hugging strangers, sharing food, holding hands. they urged people to get out and vote on >> now it is time to get out there and vote. none of this would have mattered if you don't vote. >> and we can't tell you who bioto vote for but on tuesday, we all get a chance to choose what kind of country we want to live in. >> get out and vote. the characters breaking montage was a departure from how the sketch crew has performed before an election. a good reminder to do your civic duty and vote. turning our eyes to the
maybe do leaf raking. >> or just looking at the leaves. >> or leaf looking. i would rather look. >> look, don't rake. >> watch them fall. you'll rake them later. a good day to get yard work in, too. as we look outside, gorgeous view from the jefferson memorial where last spring it was surrounded by a beautiful cherry blossoms. now it is surrounded by autumn color. a wonderland of autumn color now around our region. we're at peak color. that is the live view from the city camera. 60s. a little breezy. gusts around 20 miles an hour. back down to the 50s this evening. a bit of a chill in the air. some places in virginia down in the low 30s. culpeper and manassas. nearby suburbs in the 40s near 50 degrees. all clear on storm team4 radar. don't have any rain in our vicinity. a dry day. great day to get out and enjoy this awesome autumn weather. we'll have our temperatures this afternoon, upper 60s, mid-60s tomorrow, then good weather on election day. we'll have it into the 40s in
but it will be the low 60s during the afternoon and partly cloudy, staying dry throughout the day. great weather for voting on election day on tuesday. then wednesday, the low 60s and partly sunny, a lot of clouds around toward the end of the week into the weekend. a chilly pattern starts to kick in on friday for veteran's day. it will be in the low 50s and then saturday and sunday, next weekend, just in the low 50s, morning lows, 30s to just near 40 degrees, so a chill coming. next chance of any rain that is the way it looks. >> a long ways away. thanks, tom. a nose for money and trained for safety. you're going to meet the k-9 trained to sniff out stacks of
donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. there is a dog at dulles airport that has a super hero like skill. >> he has a nose for cash and he safe. news4's kristin wright introduces us to nikki. >> reporter: k-9 nicky is on the front lines. u.s. customs and border protection took us into highly restricted areas of dulles airport to show us how this
impossible for the rest of us. >> he is trained to detective the odor of u.s. currency. >> reporter: simply put, nicky can smell the money. cold, hard cash. he can detective large amounts hidden in carry on, under clothes, customs officials say concealed money coming in and out of the country can potentially fund terrorism, violence, and drugs. legally, travellers must report to customs if they're carrying >> in today's day and age. the first mission is terrorism. >> it can be narcotics money. of stolen goods, it can be money just gained by various activity. >> reporter: we watch as nicky alerts officer douling to this couple flying to el salvador. they have $8,800 in singles. nicky also detectives the $9,000 in cash on this man.
threshold but october 3rd, nicky helped officers seize $74,000 unreported by two men bound for serbia from dulles. in fact, customs seized a total of $187,000 at dulles last month. nicky's work is also part of the effort to educate the public so that people understand the reporting regulations. >> money that is traveling. >> officer douling says some of nicky's methods are a secret but he did reveal the number one reason why nicky can find the money. >> most of the time it is the ink. >> the ink. >> the ink. >>. >> reporter: there are two dog as like nicky that detective currency and firearms at dulles. they normally stay on the job
that means nicky has about four more years of service at the airplane. at dulles international, kristin wright, news4. show me the money! today is a great day to go for a hike and enjoy the fall colors outside. it is beautiful out. there tom is going to look at when you can expect to see peak foliage? that's right and developing right now, though, a story we've been following closely. we have new confessions in a kidnapping and a murder case. the unconventional way police in south carolina found new answers. >>nd other than the president that voters are about to decide.
time right now is 7:30 on this sunday morning. here are the top stories we're following for you. donald trump rushed off the stage in nevada after someone yelled gun. no weapon was found. a man was detainednd the incident. >> the fbi headquarters, trump hotel and a d.c. police cruiser vandalized. police have arrested two men participating in the million mask march for the damage. prince george's county police investigating a serious pedestrian accident from overnight. a man was critically injured near route 202 and dodge park road in landover.
what appears to be another nice start. >> everybody has a little extra pep in their step. we have the extra hour. also, a good reminder to change the batteries in your smoke alarms. >> do that and let's check in with storm team4 meteorologist tom kierein who can tell us about peak foliage. >> a good day to peek at it as well. a live view from the storm team4 tower camera on this sunday morning. golden sunlight skimming across the urban forest which is showing off the peak autumn color now in the northwe we're past peak. some of the higher elevations in west virginia but peak color in the red zone, right in the district northwest and north and west of the 95 corridor. going to stay this way for the next couple of days. peak color zone will be drifting over southern maryland over the next two or three days as well. love this photo taken yesterday along skyline drive and shenandoah national park. >> thank you, tom. 7:31 right now.
murder case in south carolina. authorities now saying that this man charged with kidnapping kayla brown has confessed to killing four people in 2003 and may be linked to seven deaths. todd kohlhepp pointed out more grades on his property country. >> in 2003, on paris ridge road there were four members of murdered. called the super motor bike case. >> the young woman, kayla brown, was found alive, chained inside a storage container on the property. yesterday, her boyfriend's body was found in a shallow grave. police say that he had bhn shot multiple times. new york authorities looking for a person of interest after two children and a woman from were stabbed to death. police want to question 26-year-old jeremy arrington. at this point they're not
home yesterday afternoon. three died, including an 11-year-old boy, an eight-year-old girl. the victims were all family members. time right now is 7:33. there are two days left, unbelievably until election day but already, thousands have voted in northern virginia, people lined up for the last day of in person absentee voting. in fairfax county, 9,000 people voted before polls closed and in arlington county, 3,800 votes in an early ballot c beyond the candidates on tuesday's ballot in the election, 34 of the 50 states will also ask voters to decide about changing the laws on a wide range of issues. they include guns, death, taxes and more. justice correspondent pete williams has a look at some of the big questions up for a vote. >> voters in california which already has tough gun laws will decide whether to require background checks to buy ammunition. that would be a first for rt nation.
down on violent crime. >> it helps make sure that law abiding citizens are the people who are able to put their hands on am ammunition and not others. >> it an intrusion on gun rights and criminals will go elsewhere. >> nothing will stop them from driving across nevada and driving back over there. >> nevada and maine vote on requiring background checks for buying firearms at gun shows an the measure in washington state would allow police to temporarily seize guns from people deemed a threat. whether to abolish the death penalty. they carried only 13 executions in the past 40 years. death sentences with all of the legal appeals cost more than life in prison. in nebraska, the opposite choice, whether to bring the death penalty back after the legislature repealed it last year. colorado decides if termly ill patients can get prescription drugs to end their own lives.
really want to continue it, but i don't want to suffer needlessly if my fight proves unsuccessful. >> and missouri, with the nation's lowest tax on cigarettes will vote on raising it to 60 and using the money to pay for early childhood education. >> healthcare advocates generally oppose it saying it is too small to cut down on smoking. >> missouri deserves pre-k. >> big tobacco supports it. it would boost taxes more on small cigarette companies that under cut prices on the major brands. pete williams, nbc news, washington. >> police in moline illinois investigating the vandalism of a republican party office. they say the office was vandalized with black spray paint on friday. take a look at the images here, explicit messages were painted on the outside of the building.
as a sign of defiance against the people trying to fight the campaign. so far, no arrests have been made. all is quiet outside the white house this morning following a brief lockdown yesterday afternoon when a secret service officer confronted a man with a gun who was walking along pennsylvania avenue. now, after a brief struggle there, the man's gun was taken away. he now faces several charges. the president, meanwhile, was not at home at the time of the lockdown. he was golfing at iraqi special forces say they are still struggling to clear neighborhoods retaken from the islamic state group in mosul. progress has slowed because of civilians and the elaborate defenses built. they're slowly trying to advance further into the city. time right now is 7:36. let's take a live look outside the window at the jefferson memorial this morning. very beautiful. we're in for a bright and warm day. tom is updating his forecast with how to plan for tomorrow's
i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living ed a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask
italy's prime minister holds political meetings there. police responded with tear gas after anti-government protesters attacked officers today. activists through cobblestones, sticks and other items at the officers. some fear a referendum would lead to a centralization of power. we are hearing from a
officers kicked him and a police dog bit him in st. paul. police thought that he was a suspect that they were looking for. the police chief is apologizing to him and baker says that that has made a huge difference. >> the apology did, you know, he apologized to me, you know, for the police force and i thought that was super cool. >> super cool was him with his attitude. two of the officers involved in of the job. a maryland state trooper is in stable condition after she was hit while responding to an accident. this happened on the inner loop of the beltway near route 4 in upper marlboro yesterday morning. police say trooper jasmine ingrim pulled over to help another driver and before she could get out, someone ran into her car. police say charges are pending against that driver. they don't think alcohol played a role. it is not going to be long before we see temperatures back
tom is looking ahead to how soon you can plan for rain as well. >> the next stories are so interesting to watch. a local vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney
may i be excused? get the new xfinity tv app and for the first time ever stream live tv, watch on demand, and download your dvr shows anywhere. after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning. now that the sun has been up for
hours into the afternoon, we'll be hitting the 60s. going to get the mid and upper 60s by mid afternoon. for the monday commute it will be chilly tomorrow morning. bright sunshine, you'll be dealing with sun glare for the morning commute. for the lunch hour, we'll be in the mid-50s and then near 60 during the afternoon with dry roads and bright sunshine during the day tomorrow. storm team410 day outlook in a couple of minutes. >> thank you very much. for a lot of us, home is a sanctuary. it is a great place and now for some of the dist, home is going to be inside a sanctuary. >> news4's wendy rieger takes a look inside a classic church on capitol hill that is changing the trend in living spaces. >> well, your guest won't have trouble finding yourself. not when it is this on the corner of 8th and d northeast.
sanctuary. >> it was appropriate tomorrow the steward of such a building abdomen have the opportunity to restore it in the absolute glory. >> and it is glorious. stained glass soared over some units and even your slumber will feel sacred. the windows were restored to the original beauty by artisans in pennsylvania. >> actually took every single window in the building out and took it apart piece by piece and put it back together. it re >> it is not unusual for developers to find old, historic gems and bring them into modern use like this school turned into condos on capitol hill. but churches can pose a challenge. there is all that stained glass and how do you turn a bell tower into a living space? >> there wasn't a wall in this building that we didn't consider, didn't move once or
didn't stop with the building. it helps them move to larger homes. >> this is sacred ground to us. >> pastor mccoy stands at the site of his old church which used to be in k street southeast. >> this is actually the church itself. yeah, we in fact, they, the back wall is where we had our baptismal pool. >> the rubin group purchased the old church and helped them find a bigger home. >> they cared about what happ was not historic, the building was nz restored. the new condos will bear the pastor's name as an homage to his legacy. >> i really appreciated that. >> with congregations bursting at the scene and parking a burden in the city, more churches may be up for sale and for those glorious structures that should be saved, must be saved, the sanctuary shows them the way. >> the sanctuary is open for
1.7 million for that mack daddy condo. i'm wendy rieger in the newsroom. back to you. >> i'm in. >> the place looks great. we were saying it is great that they didn't just knock down the building and repurposed it. >> and perhaps this is a trend we're seeing more of. our director is saying she saw something similar but it was turned into a restaurant. >> very cool. prince george's county schools are now looking to reassure parents that their children are community conversation with am families. this was at earnest middle school in mitchellville. it comes following allegations of student abuse in the district. the school's ceo, kevin maxwell says it is important to talk openly and honestly. >> we are an organization but we're not sort of an isolated organization. we're compromised of students and parents and community members. it takes all of us to do this work together and you know, without these voices, we can't
>> maxwell says the entire community needs to be aware of warning signs and speak up about possible abuse. >> time right now is 7:48. love this next story. they may not be old enough to vote yet but that is not stopping the new york kids from casting the presidential picks. >> you're about to see passion. ida siegel shows us how one school might be the best poll yet. >> today is an exciting day at school. >> reporter: it is a big day at school. >> take the red lever and move it all the way towards me. >> reporter: it is election day and this year the kids have a tough decision to make. >> the president is smart, honest and intelligent and can make right choices for our country. >> reporter: the children here have a serious legacy to uphold. in 1968, ben franklin students correctly predicted richard nixon would be president.
then to present day this year, everyone is anxious to see who they will vote for. >> do you think the kids here have esp? >> what's that? >> who do you think is going to win this time? >> hillary. >> you think hillary is going to win? >> yeah. >> who is going to win? >> i'm hoping donald does. >> donald trump? >> yes. because if hillary clinton wins it, i won't be the first girl president. >> ah! well, there you go. that is a good strategy there. >> this year's el electoral process during a campaign season that has been crude and wrougt with scandal. >> we've been talking to them about the process. >> by the end of day, the votes were in. and the results were revealed. >> hillary clinton! >> hillary clinton won the popular vote with 52% according to the kids.
>> do you think your school got it right? >> yeah, i think so. >> right or wrong, teachers say the important thing is that they participated and learned that every vote does count. in yorktown heights, ida siegel, new york. >> some of the kids said they would not accept the results election? >> no they didn't. the one with his hands on their head, that was pretty great. some tweeting us that they have plns leaves but get out to great falls, do leaf peeping. >> or watch them slowly flutter down. >> we'll have a breeze picking up today. watching some of the leaves down. they will be in tact throughout the day with gorgeous autumn color. we can see that this live view from the storm team4 tower camera looking at the high rises of tyson's corner on the horizon. there is another one. >> it is unbelievable.
color is at peak color there in fairfax county from upper northwest washington. the tower cameras are up 250 feet up. we can see from miles and miles into the distance where we have temperatures generally climbing into the 50s to upper 40s metro area. still a couple of chilly spots in manassas and culpeper. get a bike ride in. run, a brisk walk, go hiking. wonderful autumn day by that. by noon time, low 60s hitting pe afternoon. a little bit of a breeze, lots of sunshine, a gorgeous autumn day coming up. all dry here, just a few showers up in the eastern new england. they will stay well to the north. dry from the storm team4 radar from the mountains to the bay and the atlantic beaches, great day for the bay bridge run that is under way as well and throughout the day today, we'll have that bright sunshine in place with highs reaching the upper 60s. then during the day on monday, we'll be into the mid-60s during the afternoon after a chilly
tuesday, it does look like it will be rather chilly in the morning. we'll be in the 40s. the low 60s during the afternoon staying dry throughout the day. great voting weather all around our region during the day on tuesday. then wednesday, the low 60s and again on thursday. a lot of clouds around both days. a slight chance of a sprinkle on wednesday and then on friday, veterans day, we get chilly and stays that way into next weekend with highs only in the 50s and cold mornings and after that, stays dry until the following that is the next chance for any significant rain. baseball season is under way. >> that is really catchy. >> that is a semi original anthem from one of the best comedies.
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they're singing go cubs go, go cubs go. hey, chicago, what do you say? the cubs are going to win today ?? >> everybody knows that song now. bill murray returned to snl with some of the stars of the cubs to celebrate the first world series championship in 108 seasons and that song they were singing there, the steve good man song go cubs go was written ahead of the 1984 song. >> now we have that jingle in
three miles today to raise awareness about lung cancer right here in the district. >> this is a very, very important event. the breathe deep d.c. 5k walk is set to get under way five hours from now. this is from last year, storm team4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer has been dedicated this cause. he will join the walkers on the national mall this morning. walk will start near the washington monument. it steps off around 10:00 this morning. in seven years, get this, more than $1 million h to help those in d.c. so this is local, affected by lung cancer. at 7:56 right now, we want to go to 4 things to know today. donald trump rushed off stage by secret service agents in the middle of a speech in nevada after someone in the crowd yelled gun. no weapon was found but a man was detained and later released. the secret service is vekting the incident. >> d.c. police say two men participating in the million
arrested for vandalizing federal property and the trump international hotel. >> prince george's county police say that a man who was hit by a vehicle last night is in critical condition. this happened near route 202 and dodge park road in landover just before 11:00 p.m. >> metro and first responders were practicing an emergency drill on the green line. it will impact service between 8:30 and 2:00 this afternoon. get out and see the leaves today, right? >> it is a fairy land of fall foliage. and it get out and enjoy it. we'll be in the 60s. wonderful day coming up. >> great and we hope
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after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for
your vote. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
we cannot take anything for granted. >> we are the movement of the future. >> the only thing that's left to do is vote. s. the cubs win the world series. good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. hillary clinton entered the race on april 12th, 2015, nearly 19 months ago. donald trump rode into the race two months later. in 48 hours, the polls will be open. trump had a brief scare last night when secret service rushed