Skip to main content

tv   News4 at 11  NBC  September 16, 2017 11:00pm-11:30pm EDT

11:00 pm
. . . breaking right now at 11:00, a crash kills two and leaves a young girl fighting for her life. we are live in fairfax county with what we are learning about what led up to this wreck. protesters continue their march through st. l
11:01 pm
injured and dozens of arrests and tensions are still high. new reaction to the day of rallies that took over parts of washington, d.c. "news 4 at 11:00" begins with breaking news. we are tracking breaking news in fairfax county. two people killed in a crash on beach mills road in great falls. that is where news 4's amy cho is live with the latest. amy, what are we learning this evening? >> reporter: erika, this is a heartbreaking story. this was a single car crash. a man and woman were killed and there was a girl in the car that is in the hospital with life threatening injuries. it is not clear what the relationship is between the three people. police haven't released their names yet. this happened around 7:00 p.m. in the 10500 block of beach mills road. this is an area
11:02 pm
winding, narrow roads, only one lane in each direction. it looks like the car left the road and hit a tree. they are still trying to figure out why that happened and while that investigation is on going, tlar there is an impact on traffic. police are still letting people through if they are here. we are live in great falls. aimee cho, great falls we are watching breaking news in st. louis. we want to show you a live look at protests going on this evening, protests that turned violent. hundreds of angry protesters taking to the streets after a white former police officer found not guilty in a shooting death of a black man. the 2011 shooting that sparked these protests is just one of several high profile shootings in recent years. nbc's chris pollone has our story. >> reporter: in st. louis, protesters took to the streets for a second straight
11:03 pm
finding a white former police officer not guilty of killing a black man in 2011. protesters saturday took their message to a couple shopping malls, a food festival and a popular entertainment district. the rock band u 2 canceled concerts over fans of keeping fans safe. >> disappointed for all the folks that earn their living at these concerts and events. they will miss a paycheck. >> reporter: things turned violent with 11 police officers hurt and building vandalized. >> we will continue to ensure our citizens first amendment rights are protected. we will not tolerate violence. >> in richmond, virginia, a group calling themselves the new confederates of america marched. people on both sides engaged in mostly conversations about their
11:04 pm
we just had a ten-minute conversation. i could understand where he was coming from and he could understand where i was coming from. >> chris pol lolone, nbc news. a rap group called the insane clown posse, diehard fans of the group who are nicknamed juggalos, turned out to protest the fbi who labeled them as a gang. some included parents gathered at the lincoln memorial for a rally and then marched. >> we all love one another. we don't even know you. hey, are you okay? can we help you out? we have had plenty of people that are juggalos that are strangers that would do anything for us. the insane clown posse says it is suing the department of justice in an effort to
11:05 pm
fbi's designation of them as a gang. ♪ were so gallantly streaming". >> patriotic songs and lots of red, white, and blue at the mother of all rallies. demonstrators showing their support of president trump. counterprotesters verbally sparred with some in the group but things remained peaceful today. >> in spite of your political views, i think we should come together and try to come to a common ground and just try to work together, back the president a little bit more. we might not like everything he does but at least give him a chance. >> this happened. something you don't see at every day. at one point, organizers invited the head of the new york chapter of black lives matter to the stage. the crowd applauded when he said the beauty of america is that when you see something is broken, you can mobilize to fix
11:06 pm
police looking for a killer who gunned down a man. the deadly shooting mapped overnight in the 6,000 block of 67th place and riverdale. somebody in the neighborhood heard gunshots a little before 1:30. officers later found a man shot several times and died at the scene. coming together to recognize the people who put their lives on the line to keep all of us safe. how a local community is showing support. a tranquil night ahead. i have my eye on hurcaneri
11:07 pm
fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest... internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month online for the first year. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years, all with a two-year agreement. and switching has never been easier. get out of your contract with up to a $500 credit to help cover your early termination fee. go to
11:08 pm
we are working to learn more about that deadly police shooting in may
11:09 pm
a 15-year-old boy shot in front of his home by a police officer. prince william county police say he threatened officers with a crowbar and refused commands to drop the crowbar. police received a report that the teen had a bomb strapped to his chest and that he was holding a family member hostage. they later determined he did not have a bomb. no officers were hurt. the shooting happened on hartzel hill lane on friday morning. new video shows british police raided a home outside of london following the arrest of an 18-year-old man in connection with yesterday's london subway bombing. it is unclear if they discovered anything. this attack yesterday injured 30 people. the terror level in the u.k. remains at critical, which means another attack is imminent. that is the highest level there in the u.k. honoring our fallen first responders. today, the catholic diocese of arlington held a special mass for first
11:10 pm
the line of duty. a sea of blue inside the cathedral of st. thomas moore. they prayed for the safety of the men and women that protect all of us across the country and remembered those that gave their lives in service of others. >> pray for our men and women each day. i'm blessed to work and serve this department in this community and our fellow firefighters over there, they mean the world to me as well. it is really nice to have all of us come together in sanctuary today and worship god and bless us. >> the blue mass is a tradition dating back to the 1930s. this is the 14th year that the diocese of arlington celebrates the mass. i'm darcy spencer in prince george's county. a six-month-old baby was killed here last year. today, family members gather to remember his young life and to pray for justice for the man accused of killing him. >> we are work
11:11 pm
more information. two people killed and a young girl in critical condition after a single car cra in greatsh
11:12 pm
been trying to prepare for this day... and i'm still not ready. the reason i'm telling you this is that there will be moments in your life that... you'll never be ready for. your little girl getting married being one of them. ♪ ♪
11:13 pm
one year ago, this little six month old named deme timitr died. his step grandfather charged with his death. >> we finally have to let our lights shine upon
11:14 pm
leonard. >> little dmitry cooper was a happy baby. his life was taken from his family one year ago when he was allegedly murdered. >> it has been a very hard year. it still feel like it happened yesterday. ♪ god has smiled on me >> reporter: his parents gathered with family and friends to make sure his sweet smile is never forgotten. >> all of the pain would still be here. no matter what, we still have to celebrate his life. >> reporter: with candles held high, they lifted dimitri's name in prayer. >> i cry every other day. my mind just wonders, why did this happen? why can't he be here with us? >> reporter: dimitri's step grandfather, lynnwood pierson, picked up the six-month-old and when the baby's father
11:15 pm
at his capitol home, little dimitri was unresponsive and an autopsy showed he died from head traum m. >> i ha . >> i have been up and down. >> reporter: his parents are praying for justice. they realize that could be hard to find. >> no matter how many years he get, it doesn't matter. it still won't add up to the life that we lost. >> in capitol heights, darcy spencer, news 4. >> i can only imagine what his parents have gone through. they say they have stayed united and strong thanks to their faith and support from their family. >> in other news, decision 2017, a new report shows that virginia democrats have raised more money in the race for the next governor and state attorney general than republicans. this is just
11:16 pm
access project, democrat, ralph northham doubled that of ed guillespie and mark herring has more than tripled the amount over republican john adams. you will see two candidates go head to head on nbc 4. chuck todd moderating tuesday night. jewelry cary and aaron gilcrest are panelists. >> that sound is music for fans of the air show at joint base andrews. the air show is back after being canceled last year. crowds filled the military base in prince george's county to get an up-close look at some really cool vintage planes. if you missed it today, head down to joint base andrews tomorrow. the air show runs from 9:00 to 5:00 and it is free. >> now, your storm team 4
11:17 pm
i am storm team 4 meteorologist, samara theodore. take a look at these numbers. 75 degrees in washington. 68 in dulles. 70 in leesburg. it is not going to be warm but pretty muggy out there font. that humidity is going to follow us into tomorrow. right now, we are dry on the radar. we had a few isolated showers earlier, up towards frederick county. i think we are going to stay quiet, partly cloudy conditions expected. we move into sunday morning. notice how we stay pretty quiet. some of those clouds move in and out and we could see some patchy fog back towards the valleys. keep that in mind. we are in for a very peaceful night. tomorrow afternoon, a very similar setup. moisture in the atmosphere. a light shower, 10%-20% for your sunday. we will push into monday. by monday morning, we are waking up to partly sunny conditions, a lot more clouds starting to move in. let's plan out your day. if you
11:18 pm
tomorrow for your sunday, before the week starts, it is a good day to get it done. we are seeing temperatures rise to the low 80s tomorrow. any showers we do see will be very short-lived, quick and out of here. isolated shower chance. maybe you are going to head down to the district and catch the fiesta d.c. festival. if that's the case, here is a look at your planner. it starts at 11:00 and goes until about 7:00 p.m. temperatures will start in the low 70s. we are looking at very muggy conditions. at least it is try. it is not too cold. very comfortable. low 80s by the afternoon. these are the conditions we are talking about, nice, mild, warm. any showers we see, i have to keep reiterating that, very brief. i have my eyes on the tropics. right now, we are watching hurricane jose. you can see here, it is moving to the north at about 7 miles per hour. wind speeds at 80 miles per hour. a category 1 hurricane. take a look at the most recent trajectory given by the national hurricane center. still has it moving
11:19 pm
coast but still pretty close to the mid-atlantic region. we are going to see a bit of an impact. for us, lots of cloud coverage. i have my eye on tropical storm maria as well as tropical storm lee. we are going to keep a very close eye. the only one with an impact will be jose. temperatures around 72. mostly cloudy. it will be breezy and for anyone that's going to be headed down to the coast, know you are talking rough surf as jose passes us. temperatures are going to stay in the 80s as we head toward the end of the week. a lot more sunshine ahead of us. let's look at your forecast. erika, over to you. >> thank you, samara. some very pampered pooches got the treatment in the bess in the shaw dog show. today's top dog, riley, along with bragg
11:20 pm
doggy parents took home more than $1200. not a bad day in shaw. it was a busy day in college football, even with the
11:21 pm
11:22 pm
chris miles steer in the csn studios. the nationals had a chance to be the best record in the league. with two losses in the series against the dodgers, the team they were chasing has pulled away. the nats will have to settle for just being the best team in the nl east. the dodgers scored six runs in thir
11:23 pm
and on saturday, they got out to a good start as well. top of the second here, cody belanger leads off the inning. that's a solo shot off of a.j. cole for the rookie. 1-0, l.a. fifth inning, now, 2-0. dodgers pitcher, rich hill, tossing a no-hitter until this. antho anthony randon hits one into the field. nats with met on and daniel murphy doing what needs to be done. yasiel puig shows why he is one of the most electrical players in all of baseball. the nats dropped the second game 3-2. orioles taking on the yankees. playoff hopes dwindling for the os. they came in five games back of the second wild card spot in the a.l. with 14 games left to play. third inning, dede gregor just finds the short portion. three-run shot off of jeremy
11:24 pm
it is 9-0 in the ninth. austin hayes looking good for the future. his first major league homer. yankees win, 9-3, the final. college football action, virginia tech on the road at ecu, always a tough game for the hokies. well, not today. virginia tech down 17-7 in the second quarter. josh jackson takes over. he finds cam phillips for a score. hokies down by three. tech up by 12 in the third. they start pulling away. jackson, hits trayvon mcmillan and he is fast. one of five touchdowns for jackson. this one, 70 yards. next hokie possession, it is jackson phillips again. phillips caught three touchdown passes. this one puts tech up 43-17. jackson, 372 yards passing. redshirt freshman now has eight touchdowns and zero interceptions in his first three games. virginia tech blows it open
11:25 pm
speaking of sple speaking of excellent quarterback play, have vary starter kirk van kirk set a new record for passing yards. he lit up yukon to the tune of 455 yards with 3 touchdown passes. virginia never trailed taking a 24-0 lead at the half. they won easily 38-18. tennessee, florida gave us one of the best endings you will ever see in college football. just over a minute ago, tennessee with a first in goal. john kelly drops what would have been the go-ahead touchdown. the fall was kicked with a field goal. the game is tied up. the gators get a final shot. felipe frates let's it fly 60 yards down the field. tyree cleveland gets behind the defense and that's your ball game
11:26 pm
florida stu florida stuns tennessee, 26-20. john mcvay became the youngest coach in the nfl, 31. his second time at the helm. he will lead the l.a. rams against his old team. he got his first opportunity as an assistant coach under jay gruden in 2008 for the tampa bay buccaneers. >> i think right now what we have got is a team that's going to compete hard. we are going to prepare and try to have a very specific approach and preparation to lead the performances. i thought our players did an excellent job last sunday. time to move on and get ready. like i have said and we have said, it is our job to put out a good product for the fans and hopefully, after time, if it is that good product we worked so hard to put out there, then the support will come. >> before we go, d.c. united squaring off with the chicago fire. 0-0 in the first half. fire with the
11:27 pm
not to start. d.c. won it. they dropped this one 3-0. >> redskins take the field in l.a. at 4:25. mystics also take on the lynx at 3:00. it will be a busy sunday afternoon. >> i am sure you will be keeping tabs on things. >> great to see you. have a good sunday. >> that does it for us this evening. we will see you again tomorrow for "ne 4 at 6:00" andws ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor and i sponsored this ad narrator: ed gillespie says dr. ralph northam doesn't show up? dr. ralph northam was an army doctor and a volunteer medical director at a children's hospice. he passed the virginia law requiring concussion standards for school sports. the smoking ban in restaurants. and dr. northam is working to connect veterans to good paying jobs in virginia. ed gillespie is a washington dc corporate lobbyist.
11:28 pm
11:29 pm
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> good evening. good evening. i'm chris wallace. and welcome to the third and final presidential debate. tonight is going to be a lot like the third "lord of the rings" movie. you don't really want to watch, but, hey, you've come this far.
11:30 pm
now let's welcome the candidates -- donald j. trump and secretary hillary clinton. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi! how are you? hello, chris. thank you for having me. in the first debate, i set the table. in the second debate, i fired up the grill. and tonight... i feast. >> chris, i'm going to start this debate in the quietest voice possible. in the past, i have been big and loud. but tonight, i am a sweet little baby trump. >> that is good to hear. our first question is for you, and it is about reproductive rights. >> they're ripping babies out of


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on