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because of the power plants at l 'enfant plaza. this could take time to get out of the way and they requested buses as well. chopper had over another problem. 270 southbound at montrose. you can see a bit of a slow down as well. guys? >> thank you. right to that other breaking news this morning, a deadly shooting under investigation in southwest washington. >> police are at the scene at third and megan mcgrath is live with more on what is going on. megan? >> reporter: still an active scene. we have investigators here in the parking lot area, mainly where they're concentrating the attention here. the parking lot at the atlanta terrace apartments on third street. the shooting happened after 11:00 last night. a 911 call came in to police. they arrived on the scene and that is where when they found an adult male. he was alive, was taken to the
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dead. not a lot of information available at this point. it is still very early in this investigation. no word on motive and the search for the killer is still on. as always, police are looking for anyone who may have witnessed something, seen something, heard something that could lead to the killer. in southeast, megan mcgrath. news4. it is 6:01. good morning, everyone, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. we're following breaking news out of germany where hundreds of what officials there are looking for. >> a prince george's county man is accused of inadvertently of shooting and killing a little boy. what is expected as he appears from now hours from now. let's check in with storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell. you said there are some drizzle drops early this morning, chuck. >> you betcha. there are pockets of drizzle and light rain across much of the area. where it is not raining, roads
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will try to clear out a little bit. most areas will stay in the 50s today but one or two lucky spots might be able to hit 60 degrees. this will be the first of a several day warming trend coming our way between now and the week. storm team4 radar shows pockets of light rain. it showers through much of calvert and saint mary's county. 45 now with the clouds and drizzle around. we'll be in the 40s here this morning. a couple of peeks of sunshine should w 50s to near 60. the big travel day for this weekend. the travel outlook for next week's big plans coming up in ten minutes. >> thank you, chuck. we have breaking news right now in the fight against isis. germany is raiding hundreds of locations looking for supporters of the terror group. you're looking at new video of police in berlin. they're seizing information about the group true religion which the government says is
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germany's interior minister is issuing a ban on the group later today. insiders say that president-elect donald trump's is ahead of schedule. the associated press says rudy guiliani is a favorite for secretary of state. according to reports, steve mnuchin who served as the secretary and laura ingraham is being considered as press secretary. >> this is the last international trip as president. one of his goals is to convey president-elect's trump commitment to the allies. he will be in germany and peru as well. i'm kristin wright at the
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and staying on top of the search for a missing 4-year-old girl from virginia. police believe annabelle richardson's father you see there, dylan richardson, abducted her from charlotte county. they do believe that the little girl is in extreme danger. police are saying that her father took her last week on thursday but that this is just now an amber alert because it is just now meeting the criteria as of last night. they believe that they may a burgundy colored chevy van with the virginia license plate vmg-2332. police also saying that the father's mother, the grandmother, may be with them as well. if you see them, call police. aaron? >> kristin wright for us, thank you. today we'll get a better idea of the evidence against a man accused of killing a 3-year-old girl. police say devon wallace shot into a house in landover two
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wallace was trying to shoot someone else when the little girl was hit. takoma park police are searching for a shooter this morning. a man was found shot in his chest on hill top road near maple avenue. police think he was actually shot somewhere else and dropped off there. the man was alert and conscious. he was taken to a local hospital for treatment. police don't think the shooting was random. what would you -- we want you to take a look at this screen right now. this man is missing and prince george's county police want your help to find him. this is jose mario reyes. he is 24. he was last seen on billing ton court in fort washington two days ago. if you see him, call prince george county police. today, the prince george's county council will consider a bill that could jeopardize the new university of maryland medical system campus. this all has to do with land.
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will operate laurel and buoy hospitals. they don't want to give away the 100 acres of valuable land the hospitals sit on. the council will consider a bill that would limit what umms can and can't do with the land. the spokesman for the county executive office says the land is part of what is paying for the new regional medical center. today, the rally is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. outside of d.c.'s office as state superintendent o children have been forced to ride school buses plagued with problems including no air conditioning or heating. they uncovered hundreds of complaints from parents about these issues. the agency is responsible for transporting 3,000 special needs parents in and out of d.c. it took three years and $60 million, the repairs to the capitol dome are finally done. there is an event to show it
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removed 14 layers of parents and repairs countless cast iron ornaments, some for the first time. breaking news right now in first 4 traffic on metro. major problem, green, yellow line, service suspended. they're adding buses this morning, going to be some major slow downs. full details, coming up. this just in to the newsroom. an amber alert out for a young girl has been cancelled. we'll bring you grab the umbrella. you might need it. a look at when the rain starts moving out of our area. >> and you've heard the term tiger mom. that is not why they call her that. this mom was arrested for letting her kids live with the wild animals. >> wow. a change when it comes to adhd in children. what researchers are saying about how many preschoolers
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desk just now. we have confirmed with charlotte county sheriff's office that the missing girl in that amber alert, annabelle richardson has been found and she has been found safe. she was located with her father. police have been telling us that he ab ducked the -- abducted the little girl, annabelle richardson, 4-year-old girl missing from charlotte county virginia has been found safe, th and breaking news right now in first 4 traffic. green, yellow line service has just been restored about 30 seconds go. so all of the buses have been cancelled. you should be back to normal on green and yellow line. 395 at edsall. slowing just a bit. chopper 4 over 270 at montrose road. we're seeing normal volume headed to the spur. taking a look at travel times
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top of the beltway, a little slow from the earlier problem. outer loop at georgia with at deer struck. 66 into town and 95 northbound look normal. listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. right now, you have to listen to mr. chuck bell. >> thank you. we're getting ready for some drizzly drops here for the first couple of hours of your tuesday. dam and chilly outside this morning. temperatures are in the 40s. most, if not all of the rain will be over with before lunch time today. we may get a little bit of sunshine later. t day on your plans to get out and enjoy it. morning run will be chilly and wet. improving kngs for after school and evening activities. tomorrow looks milder and sunny and nice coming up later in the week. i'll give you the five day forecast in a few minutes. this is for next tuesday. two days before thanksgiving. storm could have slow there from chicago to st. louis and houston. we'll be cold and dry on tuesday of next week. as we get into the biggest
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the day before thanksgiving, the showery, unsettled weather off to our weather. we should be dry along the i-95 corridor on the big day before thanksgiving. showers returning to the pacific northwest. the earlier outlook, cloudy, at least with a chance for showers. if you're traveling on thanksgiving day, quiet weather. our five day forecast comes up in ten minutes. it is 6:13. developing this morning, the new york city police department is on alert ahead of the department is investigating a threat published in an isis magazine. it called for lone wolves to drive a truck into the crowd. a former fbi agent says the article is nothing new. police are planning a multi layered security strategy to keep people safe. ??
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parents in silver spring are remembering four young lives lost in a horrific crash. 7-year-old devan harley junior, his brother, 6-year-old nicholas and sister, 5-year-old lea, all died on friday in a crash on i-95. a family friend, lonnie tran was also killed there. the family was headed to a wedding in south carolina when their car start ed it to have trouble. while they were trying to pull over, they were hit by a tractor trailer. the family members say the father, devon harley is to survive. the mother, nancy, is fighting for her life right now. >> they really need everyone's strength and prayers and it is really hard to keep yourself together, but you have to and you know, little by little everything will get better. >> they have set-up a go fund me page to help with funeral expenses. we have a link to that on the nbc washington website. thousands of acres of land burning right now.
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states because of widespread wildfires in north carolina, georgia and tennessee. in addition to scores of firefighters on the ground, now army planes are being used to douse the flames. some of the fires were intentionally set. record breaking drought is making them that much harder to put out. rescue operations are under way in new zealand after the powerful earthquake shook the country. a military helicopter arrived to shu coastal town. nearly 1,000 tourists were stranded after the earthquake cutoff train and car access to the town. a naval ship is also on its way and should arrive by tomorrow morning. today marks one year since the death of 24-year-old jamar clark. he was killed in a confrontation between two police officers in minneapolis. clark was handcuffed when he was shot in the head. a state investigation found that he was shot after apparently trying to reach for one of the
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this morning, there are two more reasons to slow down as you drive in the district. new cameras have been installed to catch speeders. the cameras are now along hillcrest drive and alabama drive in southeast. both areas have a 25 mile per hour limit. warning citations will be issued for the next 30 days. after that, speeders will be fined. you could be riding the d.c. streetcar from the h street expanding the line three and a half miles could take six years they estimate that 15,000 riders a day might use it. it would cost up to $400 million but the idea is within reach. >> there is demand for transportation to go through the city and that is not going to stop. >> the future of streetcar will be talked about on thursday at a meeting with district planners. in news 4 your health, research years at the children's hospital of philadelphia say the
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toilet. city lawmakers are weighing a possible ban on those flushable wipes sold by toilet paper makers unless they can prove that they are safe. industry officials argue that the pick-up trucks are safe for the drain. a woman in houston, texas is facing charges after what was found in her home. authorities say trisha meyer had three tigers, a cougar, monkeys, skunk and a fox roaming freely
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>> also inside her house, her 14-year-old daughter. because of that, meyers is facing child endangerment charges. authorities say she did, she did have a mer admit. she had permits for the tigers. >> in that case -- >> and you make fun of me because i want a panda. >> a long list of no nos. >> hard to believe how she got the animals in her house. tell us about our weather, chuck. >> we'll go ahead and we'll give no more kids! kids and tigers don't necessarily mix. you have to pick one or the other. outside, we have a cloudy day outside. there is the view from the tower camera. we've been short sheeted out of the view of the super moon this morning but it is l still nm full effect for the places with clear skies. i've been retweeting and reposting a lot of great super moon photos really cool images
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san francisco and oil refinery with the heat coming out of the oil refining vent pipe looking like it is melting the super moon. outside for us, cloudy skies and pockets of light rain and drizzle around the area. not raining hard anywhere but little bit of rain drops on wet leaves could make things slippery this morning. those are wet snow flakes in far western maryland. as the seasons get ready to change, we have cold weather coming our way seconlf out the fading away of the drops. pockets of light rain and drizzle possible. by lunch time, cloudy skies, most of the drizzle drops should be done by noon time. we should get a peek or two of sunshine later on this afternoon. not a bad finish to the day but kind of a cloudy and wet start. we're in the 40s now. we'll be in the upper 50s to near 60 by later on today with a peek or two of sunshine coming around and the extended forecast, sun and clouds
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70 on friday. thursday and friday promise to be very nice days. the weekend will start out mild but showers on saturday night lead to a big blast of cold air that arrives on sunday. whole ten day forecast coming up at 6:51. let's go over to traffic department right now and see how melissa mollet is and what she is dealing with. >> good morning. green and yellow line, a warning for you. we have those delays but service has been restored between gallery place and pentagon here this morning on green and yellow line. they hth they've called those off. northbound 395 at edsall road. two different incidents slowing things just a bit. inner and outer loop of the beltway okay. westbound 70 at 17. crash blocking the right lane, might be affecting the exit to myersville. 66, 935, no big worries there. prince george's county. slow down, inbound 210, 16 miles an hour near livingston road and 30 miles an hour on 5 just after 301. eun? >> thank you, melissa.
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thanksgiving. nbc 4 is working for you in the community to help provide food for more than 4,000 families. food for families in the nbc washington app to donate. >> you can join us at the redskins game this sunday. some of the meteorologists will be at gate h along with the storm ranger. that is the truck. police -- >> not just a truck. >> it is a ranger. >> please stop by and say as well. there is always a lot of traffic on sunday game night. >> visit us monday at the verizon center. the world is mourning the loss of gwen ifill. >> think you can't haggle when it comes to holiday shopping? the 4 things to know before you start checking off your list. >> reading a story in a book become dramatic arts in this third grade class.
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it is started as a pilot program in more than a dozen public schools. art integration is a solid part of the way children are learning in prince george's county. >> this involves bringing art into all kinds of subjects. news4's molette green went to capitol heights elementary school to show us how it works. >> reporter: a is for arts integration in every subject >> making a house. >> every morning, capitol heights elementary school students come ready for this. >> let's add in the character traits. >> i'm writing a comic about a lion and interviewer. >> reporter: what we're doing here is making learning fun. >> the third grade class is now acting out what they read in this story, in class. problem, solution, dramatic art.
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things to life. >> i guess the old school way is paper and pencil and reading but this way, they really internalize the information. >> reporter: so far in the county, 65 schools brought in arts integration with the goal of creating a new way of living, loving, and learning. in prince george's county, molette green, news4. 6:26 right now. kind of a pretty picture out >> look at that. >> kind of a wet start too but that is just one of the four things to know about the forecast. coming up. metrobus driver attacked with hot soup. we have the surveillance photos. >> a new murder investigation has police working a crime scene
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sharing america's secrets. the new role that president-elect donald trump may
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president obama is meeting with foreign leaders for the first time since the election. >> in the last 30 minutes, an amber alert was cancelled for a missing virginia girl. it is 6:30 on the dot right now. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. the sun is up and the rain is clearing out. how about that? we're talking about a break from the drizzle by lunch time. chuck bell has the forecast. >> how are you? hi, chuck bell. >> it didn't look like the red light was on the cameras on there. a lot of clouds this morning, not a lot of rain out there this morning. still lone some rain shafts on the eastern horizon but the things you need to know about the weather. mist and drizzle and light rain will not be much of an issue for later on this afternoon. a wet start. it will be a dry finish with afternoon clearing. there is a chance that we might
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thanksgiving. i'll have your thanksgiving outlook coming up at 6:51. for now, there is the rain drops along the western shore of the bay. pockets of mist and drizzle across much of the area as well. we're in the 40s to near 50. afternoon highs today, upper 50s to around 60 with a sliver twror of sunshine coming our way later this afternoon. we'll help get the kids ready in ten minutes. melissa mollet, good morning. >> a couple of problems in northern virginia we'll talk about. broken dufrp truck is blocking a lane and we're starting to see the back-ups build. if you come inbound on 66 in the morning. a warning for you there. northbound 395 at edsall, we have this situation in the northbound lanes and one further up. both on the right side of the roadway. causing delays. big look at the beltway, overall looking normal right now. slow at the top of the beltway. green, yellow line service is back on green and yellow line. it is slow and blue line delays
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to know about the day ahead. >> here is what we're following at this hour. new this morning, president obama arrives in athens. trump continues to build his team. the amber alert for a 4-year-old girl is over. but first it has been a deadly night in the district. a man ka killed outside an apartment complex in third street in d.c. east. megan mcgrath will have an update in a few an amber alert just cancelled in the last 20 mipz. we received an alert saying annabelle richardson and her father have been found. virginia state police said he abducted her from charlotte county. >> and you're looking at live pictures outside of the greek presidential mansion. we don't have those pictures but we can tell you that president obama was scheduled to arrive there at the mansion earlier in greece, in athens, we'll have more on that. this, of course, the final part
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conference with the prime minister later this morning. mike pence will meet with trump at trump towers. the associated press reports that former new york mayor rudy guiliani is emerging as a favorite for secretary of state. police are trying to work to learn out more about a suspicious death in gaithersburg. human remains were mile from i-270. a shallow grave was found as well. it is believed the person who died was a man. the d.c. council will have the final vote on the death with dignity bill. the bill would allow patients with six months or less to live to request lethal medication from the doctors. if the bill passes today it will head to d.c. mayor muriel bowser's death. she said she will not veto the legislation. physician assisted death is legal in five states. metro transit police are looking for a woman accused of
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photos that show the woman they're loorking for. she refused to pay her fare and cursed at the driver. she rode the bus from benning road to union station. the bus driver is out of the hospital and doing okay. this morning, a massive campaign to cut down on the number of pedestrian and bicyclist deaths is under way. extra officers are out in prince william county handing out tickets. chopper 4 iser people who are not driving and riding saving. news4 molette green is live with what officers are looking for. molette, good morning. >> eun, good morning to you from the air and on the ground. you can see how busy this intersection is here along the route 1 corridor. we are expecting to see the officers come out here very shortly here at east long view and prince william parkway.
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mixing it up. busy at this hour. the cops will look for you if you break traffic safety laws. they'll be ready to slap you with a ticket from 40 to $500 and you will get points on your driving record as well. this is a month long campaign. we want to show you video of a deadly accident that happened here last year involving a pedestrian and a tractor trailer. that man was in the crowa collision and you should know 75 pedestrians and cyclists were killed in crashes across the area last year, this campaign is all about safety for everyone using the roads. this is the latest live from prince william county, i'm molette green, back to you. school walk outs, school in montgomery county take to the streets to protest the trump election and this morning, there
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offender accused in the attack of young girls at a popular burger joint. flashing lights can be seen on third street and southeast as police investigate a murder that happened here late last night. >> but first, tributes to journalist gwen ifill continue this morning. the washington west coast moderator and co-anchor of pbs lost h public. she died in washington yesterday. kristin wright is tracking more tributes overnight. such a huge loss. >> reporter: even more reaction to gwen ifill's death around the world. former president bill clintonon saying gwen was a trail blazer and a bright light in journalism. she informed and challenged us and did so with grace. i will miss her.
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good morning. i'm storm team4 meteorologist chuck bell. 6:40 on a tuesday morning. cloudy skies for everybody. pockets of light rain now. mostly in anarundel, a few more sprinkles out towards winchester and slippery, wet leaves on the sidewalks. temperatures are in the mid to upper 40s across most much of the area. you need your medium jacket, pocket size umbrella for the morning hours, you'll be able to dodge the drops effectively. sweater weather with temperatures mostly in the 50s. planning that out then, 40% chance for light rain and drizzle at the bus stops this morning. the afternoon, clearing coming our way. temperatures in the mid to upper
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today's daily grade is below average. better weather starts to return tomorrow. 10 day forecast coming up in ten minutes. good morning, melissa. what are we dealing with this morning. new problems 295, a brand new crash. not sure exactly what is being blocked eastbound 66 before sudley road. as far as travel times ago, looking on 66, once you get to be 18 minutes. quantico to the beltway. 27 miles an hour right now. 270 south, going about 34 miles an hour from germantown to the spur and top of the beltway, 20 miles an hour, slower from an earlier deer that was hit. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. >> thank you, melissa. we have breaking news right now. an amber alert cancelled. we're working to learn new details about how a 4-year-old girl was abducted from virginia
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street. megan mcgrath has been on the scene all morning. what is going on now? >> reporter: well, eun, you can still see we have police officers on the scene. another cruiser pulling up a short time ago. this call came in to police, a 911 call, a little after 11:00 last night. the report of a shooting here in the 4300 block of third street in southeast. this is the atlantic terrace apartments, you can see, there is crimece part of the parking lot here. when officers arrived on the scene, that is when they found the victim described as an adult male suffering from gunshot wounds. he was alive when the officers arrived, was transported to the hospital where he later died. at this point, not a lot of information, still very early in this investigation. they're trying to figure out motive and they're trying to locate the person who pulled the trigger. back to you in the studio. >> all right, megan, thank you. it is 6:46.
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virginia. about 12 hours after it started, virginia state police say they found 4-year-old annabelle richardson and her father, dylan richardson who they believe abducted her. the girl went missing in charlotte county last week. it is not clear where they were found. ?? people gathered in front of arcola elementary school in silver spring remembering devan harley junior, his 6-year-old brother nicholas and 5-year-old sister lea. the children died on friday in a crash on i-95 in south carolina along with a familiy friend who was 27. they were headed to a wedding in south carolina. the father, devon harley is expected to survive but their mother, nancy is fighting for her life. lawyers will begin to make their case today in a trial of a man accused of killing a little
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davon wallace was trying to shoot a teen when he shot into a house in landover. a bullet hit and killed knijah bibb instead. she was only 3ord. a man on a sex offender registry is accused of sexually assaulting two girls. luis ore allegedly followed the girls into the bathroom at elevation bathroom. he sexually assaulted them. both victims are under 13 years old. ore worked at the restaurant. he was convicted in 2012 of the students around country are still protesting the election results. two people were arrested last night in seattle at a student protest for allegedly assaulting police officers. in oakland, california, thousands of middle and high school students walked out of classes in protest. students also staged walk outs in our area and there could be more today. nearly 800 students walked out of class in montgomery high school. students carried signs and
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president-elect donald trump is in the middle of assembing his team. he is meeting with mike pence to review names for some of the top names in his administration. we're learning who is in the running for some of the jobs. the associated press reports former new york city mayor rudy guiliani is a favorite for secretary of state. he was originally seen as a pick for attorney general but he ruled that out last night. >> you won't be attorney general. >> i won't have to >> insiders say the trump transition is ahead of schedule. meanwhile, nbc news learned that trump's transition team learned if it is possible for trump's adult children to receive temporary security clearances before the inauguration according to government officials familiar with the process. officials say this was only a procedural inquiry. we're following breaking news in athens, greece this
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obama arrived at the greek presidential mansion. this is part of his last international trip as president. the president is also planning to visit germany and peru. at this hour, he is meeting with the president in athens. you're looking at live pictures of president obama obviously seated here. he is expected to hold a news conference with the prime minister later this morning. it is 6:50 right now. new this morning, we're learning these cows in new zealand that quickly became an internet sensation have been rescued. the two cows and calf were stranded on this island. >> farmers and hikers dug a track so they could make their way off of the mound. the farmer also pointed out that his land was flat before the earthquake. now look at it. the quake fault line ran right beneath his land causing it to completely break apart.
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thought. you would think they would try to get down. >> those are happy new zealand cows right there. we're dealing with relatively happy campers. we had a little bit of needed rain drops much since september 1st. we've only had three and a half inches of rain. that is five inches below average since since september the 1st. same time last year, we've had average amounts rain fall. for now, most of the steadier, light rain is comio well off the coast and moving away from us. there is a secondary low back here which will keep us in a mostly cloudy sky here for the first half of day and it is continuing to ring out little pockets of light rain and drizzle out towards blue mount virginia. gaithersburg dealing with drizzle. this will continue for the next couple of hours. here is the high resolution computer model, updated hourly. shows the pockets of mist and drizzle here continuing to
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this morning. eventually after 10:00 or 11:00, the areas of mist and drizzle break up and by later this afternoon, we should be able to get back to a little bit of sunshine by 2:00 or 3:00. the sun goes down before 5:00 this time of the year. we'll be in the mid-40s. you might get to 60 today and then dry weather for this evening and then tomorrow looks like a nicer day. a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow. no rain tomorrow. trav tuesday, the two days before thanksgiving. storm in the middle of the country could have slow downs for minneapolis, chicago, and st. louis down towards dallas and houston. that is tuesday. the day before thanksgiving, the rain threat goes from the upper ohio valley to the golf coast, could impact travel out of atlanta another storm out towards the interior west. for thanksgiving day itself, the best chance for rain along the i-95 corridor. it will also be way colder. here is your 10 day forecast.
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here this week. 62 tomorrow, 65 thursday. a mild start to the weekend but rain saturday night and sunday ahead of a big, windy blast of cold air. very chilly weather for thanks giving week. let's go over to melissa mollet and find out how the commute is going along. >> a couple of issues near pennsylvania avenue. still have that crash reported. beltway overall looking pretty normal right now. eastbound 66 before sudley. broken down truck blocking a n headed inbound this morning. chopper 4 over 95 there near prince william parkway. you can see it actually looks pretty good northbound and southbound. northbound 395 at edsall, we have cleared out of the way. that is great. looking at the bottom of the beltway, prince george's county. the inner loop is slow going across the bridge. inbound 210, inbound five typically slow as you're headed in this morning. no major problems this morning.
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still have that crash hanging around in the right lane and 270 south at montrose, no big worries. typical there as well. guys? >> thanks. it is 6:54. extra police in prince william county will have their eyes on the roads. they have stepped up enforcement of what is called the street smart campaign. >> this is an effort that is meant to cut down on the number of pedestrian and bicyclists deaths. molette green live along route 1 in wood bridge with a look at what they'll be watching for, molette? >> hey, guys, this is obeying the rule aeftz road. for me as a pedestrian trying to cross this street, crossing when i have the crosswalk, when i have the of way. when it is safe to do so because it is so busy along this stretch and of course, this goes for everyone using the roads. not just the pedestrians, the bicyclists and of course, the cars, the cops are going to slap you with a heavy ticket during the campaign if you don't obey the rules of the road and you may also get points on your
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terrible deadly accident last year involving a pedestrian and a tractor trailer, no one wants that to ever happen again. so this campaign, this street smart campaign runs through november 27th, through the month of november in the dmv and it is all about keeping you safe. that is the latest live from prince william county. i'm molette green, back to you. >> thank you. get out that list and check it twice. shopping your wallet. >> it is also when you can get some of the best deals of the year. consumer reporter susan hogan has tips on how to haggle. >> haggling is isn't something that comes easy to most people. if you can try to negotiate, let me tell you, it can go a long way to saving a ton of cash. there are some proven strategies, here are four great ideas to get the price down. let the salesperson know you're comparing prices with the
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use your loyalty as a way to get a better deal. this works really well with local shops. avoid yes or no questions. if you come right out and ask for a discount, you'll probably get a no, but if you say something like, is there any way you can help me on getting the price down, that might just do the trick. and be quiet. silence creates that awkwardness that no one likes. if the seller's initial response is no. don't say anything for a moment. back with a sweeter deal for you. and the one trick that always works for me is find a flaw in the product you want like a missing button, a scratch, a stain, ask for about 10 to 15% off because you can always take it back home and fix it yourself. it is 6:56. here are 4 things to know this morning. president obama is in greece right now meeting with the country's president and prime minister as he kicks off his last international trip as president.
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they're expected to review names for top positions. a missing girl has been found. police cancelled the amber alert for annabelle richardson. look for updates on story in the nbc washington app. a man was shot during a domestic incident and died. they have a suspect in custody. >> and that is the broadcast this morning. we appreciate you waking up with us. >> "the today show" is next. we'll see you in 25 minutes. hope you
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new world order? inside the fierce battle to be in the trump inner circle. is rudy giuliani the next secretary of state? laura ingraham, the next white house press secretary? and what about the backlash against top advisor steve bannon who one conservative is now calling terrifying. president obama side-stepping the issue. >> it will be up to him to set up a team that he thinks will ir s >> who is in and who is out? we'll ask top trump advisor, kellyanne conway. excellent target. isis puts out the call for followers to attack next week's thanksgiving parade in new york


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