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iteration, you would think people are over it? >> now there's no home button on it. >> i don't like these things. i still have a 5 and it works good enough. >> good enough. >> it didn't work for that. >> doesn't work as well as you think. >> it froze up. >> i didn't know what to do. >> fair enough. >> i don't think i'm getting a x though. >> it's not on my list of things to do. it doesn't require getting an iphone x or whatever that is. >> 59 degrees if you're about to step outside. for those waiting in line for the iphone, it's comfortable outside. you don't need the jacket or you could probably not get away with the jacket. >> by 8:00 a.m., 60 degrees. pretty nice this morning. 10:00 a.m., look nou how quickly we're warmg up. look at lunchtime today. 73 degrees. unseasonably warm this afternoon. we are dry. h
parts of maryland. also watching a few showers approaching. more rain off to the west. that will play a role this afternoon into part of your weekend. we'll show you that coming up. on this finally friday, good morning, melissa. >> inner loop at st. barnabas road. the right side of the roadway blocked with the police activity. rest of the beltway okay. into town, out of town, near brandy wine, it's cleared out of way. top of the beltway, all of these routes into and out of town, looking good. 95. bw parkway, all nice and clear right now. live look at 270 at montrose road, that's looking good northbound and southbound as well. see you back here in a couple minutes with a look at 66. >> it's 5:01 now. prince george's county police say more than one man was involved in setting a pregnant woman on fire. jonathan miller was arrested yesterday. andrea grinage was forced to deliver her baby early because
of the september attack. ? an interview only on news 4, her sister is reacting to the new arrest and telling us how the baby is doing. news 4's justin finch is live in prince george's county with more. justin, good morning. >> reporter: eun, good morning. andrea's sister dana remains in critical condition here at prince george's suffering from burns to most of her body. she is shocked to hear a second person has been linked to her sister's attack. jonathan miller's arrest was -- he's accused of helping la quinn phillips set her on fire in september at her capital heights apartment. police say carrying phillips child. the baby was born about two months early and grinage's sister says it's heartwarming now to hold her
>> journey has been through a journey. i thank my sister for that. she survived her journey. she's been critical. she said is so that my niece made it. >> grinage's family believes that andrea held on to deliver that baby girl who is now healthy. back to you guys. >> justin, do we know what the new suspect's relationship is? >> reporter: aaron, from charging documents, we know that she had seen andrea miller before but had no ties to him. she identified him through a photo. as for phillips, no idea how he's tied to jonathan miller. live here in cheverly, justin finch. back to you. >> justin, thank you. 5:03 now. police are trying to figure outside who murdered gray. after three
found dead. autopsy results show she was shot to death. she was found on diehl drive in oxon hill. there's a reward for anything that leads to an arrest. now to the terror attack in manhattan. people living in the tribeca neighborhood are determined to carry on with their lives and not let the terrorists win. last night, mourners gathered for a candlelight vigil and memorial mark to honor the eight victims of tuesday's attack. the march started at pier 40 on manhattan's west side where the suspect started the attack. his deadly drive continued for nearly a mile. about 100 people walked on the promenade next to the route. now, turning to the suspect. sayfullo saipov. the task force is investigating his computers and cell phone. they've found no communication between he and the terror group. isis claimed responsibility but
communication with saipov. court records say the suspect chose halloween because he believed there would be more people out. the bike path is back open but being fortified with 50 concrete barriers. president trump about to take his next big trip abroad. >> we have more on what to expect. >> we're getting new information on this trip to asia and how it could affect some jobs right here in the u.s. the president leaves for hawaii this morning, then on to japan. president trump blames some countries in asia for hurting the american economy. trade is going to be a big topic over the next week. right now he's trying to renegotiate a deal. >> chris, what will we hear from north korea? >> a senior u.s. official says that china has done a lot in that regard behind the scenes and despite the president's
working closer than ever with china to contain north korea. but president trump clearly wants them do more. we'll have to watch closely to see if china is receptive to that. chris lawrence at the live desk. thanks, chris. the washington capitals best player is announcing his support for vat miles an hour put in. alex ovechkin posted his support for putin. it says let's unite and show everyone a strong and united russia. i want to announce a social movement in the name of putin team. he's from russia and has a strong relationship with putin but he doesn't usually talk about it. we're learning new details about a fire in brooklyn, maryland. one victim is in a burn unit. fire tore through a garage and spread to a home. montgomery fire rescue provided this video and. they had trouble putting the fire out because there are no hydrants iha
also, new information on the deadly fire we brought you as breaking news yesterday. the fire that left two people dead was a tragedy waiting to happen. the home was foreclosed and was supposed to be empty. it's one of three foreclosed properties on this block. >> boarded up the house several times trying to keep them out. after boarded up the last time, three or four months later, they was back in here again. >> there are nearly 50 boarded up homes the city is buying and rehabbing. but it will take time to address the issue. today, carlos bell will be back in court in charles county. he's the former middle school aide who faces more than 200 charges of sexually assaulting children. it covers two years ending this past june. victimsin
benjamin stoddard middle school. he's scheduled to be in u.s. district court on tuesday to face new federal charges. new information on the grade fixing scandal. news 4 learned that an independent investigation has been turned over to the state. earlier this week we told you about a whistle blower at a high school who says the investigation was tainted. that person claims records were changed after the grade tampering investigation started. if you pass by an apple store this morning, those lines you see like this one are because of the new iphone x. can you believe it after all these years people still getting in line for a new phone. this is in los angeles. people have been camped out to get their hands on the most expensive phone yet. the phone goes on sale today. the lines happening across the country, including here in washington. >> news 4's megan mcgrath is outside the georgetown apple store trying to get a handle on
turns out some of these people are being paid to wait in line? >> reporter: yeah. there's a cottage industry that cropped up here. supplies of the iphone x are limited. you can see the line here that we are seeing along wisconsin avenue here. people have been here, some of them toward the front of the line since yesterday afternoon. they want to make sure they're here when the store opens up to get their hands-on this new phone. now, we were talking about how some people are buying for themselves. but others are actually using this as a business opportunity, including jennifer gov. she's the first person in line. you're not buying for yourself? >> correct. i run a business in the d.c. metro area. people can hire us to wait in line for different things. the iphone x is a big event. >> what are you being paid? >> usually about $30 an hour. we've been here since 2:00 p.m. on thursday. >> all right. so there you have it. people
above the price the $1,000 price tag for this phone. most expensive phone that apple has put out. by the end of the day, the person who is your client will pay an extra 500 bucks on top of the phone. you can get an idea for the excitement about this new phone and some of the features and those features including face recognition to unlock your phone. the home button is gone. that's a bit of a change for people. there's a portrait mode which will make the selfies look better. it all comes with a big price tag. about a thousand bucks. they open a matter of hours. >> i guess if you can afford a thousand dollars phone, you can afford $450 to have somebody wait in line for you. how much longer are the people waiting, megan? >> reporter: i'm too cheap to pay that price for sure. the store opens at 8:00 this morning. couple more hours to go.
they've got chairs and sleeping bags and pillows. they seem pretty comfortable. >> i'm in the wrong business, clearly. i'm going to start standing in line. >> megan, thank you. see you a little bit later. 11 minutes after 5:00 right now. the sex scandal around kevin spacey continues to grow. who is now claiming the actor assaulted him? metro says it needs more money to operate. that means you could get less -- even if you don't ride the rails. we're going to be tweeting questions to megan mcgrath. i want to know if you get out of line, you lose your place? i don't know. i'm a little concerned about how this lady has been in that line all this time. what do you need to know about the weather for today? a beautiful morning is coming your way. temperatures will be zooming into the 70s. chance of showers later on. but nothing too heavy. friday night football games should go off mostly without a
dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it.
from a milwaukee police chase. he had his 2-year-old daut ner the car with him. after officers surrounded the car on a state highway, they noticed that brown had a knife to his daughter's throat threatening to hurt her if police didn't leave. >> police persisted and pleaded with him and then made a move. >> brown handed his crying daughter over to an officer. he then slit his own throat. he did survive, we understand. brown now facing 14 charges, including kidnapping, confinement and battery. >> if convicted, he could face decades in prison. a volunteer who attended american university has died abroad. 23-year-old hanna huntley was from camp le june, north carolina. she died in a car accident in armenia on tuesday. the acting peace corps di
tutored students during her time in d.c. we're getting new details in a double murder yesterday in frederick county, maryland. sheriffs deputies arrested joyner. he's accused of killing a man and woman yesterday morning. the sheriff's office says he ran a man and woman over twice in a chevy malibu. they're still trying to figure out a motive. new accusers accusing kevin spacey of sexual in -- that he touched them inappropriately. other people say that he created a toxic work environment for young men and that his behavior was predatory. last week another actor said spacey assaulted him when he was 14 years old. netflix suspended production of the political drama while it deals with the scandal. energy secretary rick perry getting a lot the criticism
help prevent sexual assault. he said that at an energy policy event yesterday while talking about how bringing power to african villages would save lives. >> but also from the stand points of sexual assault. when the lights are on, when you have light, it shines the righteousness, if you will, of -- on those types of acts. >> the department of energy tweeted overnight that secretary perry had just returned from africa. that's where officials say he was told, quote, how light can be a deterrent to sessixual asst and provide a deterrent. last night, knockout abuse gala raised money -- the organization has been going on for 24 years and
women and children escape dangerous situations and rebuild their lives. the co-chair, sara o'keefe and alyssa davidson, friends of mine, they do great work. they help the anchor fund and other organizations, they help women get out of dangerous domestic am situations. 5:18 the time. daylight saving time ends on sunday morning. we get an extra hour of sleep. thank you. also, don't forget to set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed saturday night. want to check your smoke detector and make sure they're working. you should have one in every floor. if your detector is more than ten years old, you should replace t a lot of fire departments around the area will replace them for free if you can't afford it. >> this is a good reminder. you forget about it.
>> yechlt we get that extra hour. but the sun will be setting around 5:00 p.m. sunday. that makes me sad. >> that makes me sad. >> what makes me happy, eun, is the warm weather today. it's going to be near 80 degrees this afternoon. believe it or not. unseasonably warm again today. but we go into the weekend and our temperatures tomorrow will drop off. we have a few showers in the forecast and next week we do have 50-degree temperatures. we also have 70s, too. it's up and down roller coaster ride. 59 in washington. not as cool out this morning. 55 dulles. 59 clinton. 46 in frederick. 50 in leesburg. we are dry across the area. we have reports of patchy fog north of the district and a couple isolated sprinkles near frostburg. more rain back off to the west. some of that will move in later this afternoon and part of your saturday. for today, looks pretty good. by noon, if you're exercising,
5:00 p.m., in the upper 70s with a couple showers possible. there you see we could have a few isolated showers around. saturday, we could start out dry. some computer models are giving us a chance of a couple showers in the middle of your saturday. normally this time of the year, i mentioned the unseasonably warm temperatures. today is 78. tomorrow we drop off 59. we're back in the low 70s on sunday. there's monday in the 70s. back in the 50s tuesday. we'll look at the ten-day coming up. let's check the roads on this friday with melissa mollet. taking a look at a new problem in frederick county. this is 75 and baldwin road. a crash reported there this morning. no other details about that at this point. inner loop at st. barnabas. the right side blocked. that's now cleared out of the way. that's the good news. no major problems on the baelt beltway now.
66 at 123, inbound. taking a look at 95, quantico to the beltway. 63 miles per hour. you'll get there in 18 minutes. aaron? >> melissa, thank you. you may not use metro, but you may have to pay for it anyway. why the agency says it needs more money and how much it could cost you. you know it's time to start your shopping when oprah shared her favorite things. she's spoken. the top items just released. >> remember to tune in today for the ellen degeneres show. she welcomes kris narrator: ed gillespie's false attacks. independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because
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for metro even if you don't use it. >> we told you the budget doesn't include fare hikes or service cuts but it needs $165 million more from local jurisdictions. in a way because the money comes from local revenue, metro is asking you to pay more whether you take the system or not. >> i don't know about the extra money going into metro. >> you want to see the performance first. >> yes. what it goes to first. >> there's more money in the government. if it helps metro out, they could lower fares. >> metro says this money is needed to keep maintenance programs going and to make sure metro does not fall deeper into disrepair. launching another subscription box in collaboration with old navy. after a successful test with baby gap clothes, the company decided to launch one for kids ages 5 through 12. the super box consists of the
every three months. six matched items. you can get $10 after off a second box if you don't return anything from the first one. amazon launching a service allowing delivery drivers to come into your homes. it's not sitting well with a lot of people. 68% of respondents are not comfortable with the idea and more than half say the idea of allowing drivers access to their homes makes them very uncomfortable. the delivery service is optional, of course. it will be on camera. you can watch it all happen in real time. amazon said it's meant to stop thieves stealing your packages. if you're looking to start shopping early but need inspiration, let oprah help. her favorite things list is out. you can find the entire list on the nbc washington app. here are things we thought were pretty good. if you want to know more about your family history, you can buy a 23 and me dna
these are popular. you can find out where you're from or spiritual guidance. she has a book from her own show. super soul sunday. or perhaps something sweet. you can send somebody a seven layer cake from caroline's cakes. >> that would be good. >> after all the halloween candy, girl scout cookies and cake. >> these ancestry things, it's not always good what you find out. >> how could it be bad? >> found out that mom wasn't who she thought she was. it was a whole mess. >> oh, okay. more reason to do it. >> all you moms stressing out about the holiday season, oh, my hech heavens, this may be the great. >> the bad moms are back and taking back christmas. >> my mother is coming for christmas. >> mila kunis and her co-stars are back for the highly anticipated sequel, bad moms christmas. t
will have power over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees. john adams: wrong on health care, wrong on birth control,
mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. people ask you, how can ayou possibly do this?e, and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it.
45:30 right now. i'm aaron gilchrist. i'm eun yang. our team is working for you on this friday morning. especially with this gorgeous weather, chuck bell. thanks for this. >> he had a smirk on his face. i have to look into that. i think something bad was said about me in the commercial break. a nearly full moon getting ready to go down. tysons corner, virginia on the left kocorner of the screen. the full beaver moon. the 50s as you start out your friday morning. it's going to be a lovely day. temperatures into the mid and upper 70s. cloudy skies later on. more about the weekend forecast coming up in a few more minutes. time to go over to melissa mollet on a friday. a problem on the beltway. this is local lanes at the
a crash here. this is the camera we have to show you what's going on. you can see the slowdown there in the middle of your screen. 75 at baldwin road in monrovia, frederick county. that crash is out of way. 95 and maryland from 32 down to the beltway, it's going to take you about ten minutes. eun? >> melissa, thank you. it's now 5:32. these are the top stories we're following this morning. prince george's county police say more than one man was involved in setting a pregnant woman on fire. jonathan miller was arrested yesterday. andrea grinage identified miller as the man who helped her boyfriend la quinn phillips set her on fire in september. she is still in critical condition. people living in the tribeca neighborhood of new york are determined to carry on with their lives and not let the terrorists win. mourners gathered for a candlelight vigil and memorial march to honor the eight people who died in tuesday's attack.
communication with any terror group. people are lining up across the country and here at home for the new iphone x. this is in georgetown. news 4's megan mcgrath will be live with a look at the hype behind the company's most expensive phone yet. turning now to decision 2017. the virginia governor's race not the only one being watched nationally right now. also in the spotlight, the house of delegates race that pits one of the most conservative members of the assembly against a transgender woman. it is the way that republicans are referring to her gender that is upsetting some democrats. danica rome is running against bob marshall for house district 13. marshall's campaign september out this mailer paid for by the republican party of virginia. it refers to rome as a man. >> when delegate marshall realized he cannot win on public policy issues on traffic, j
referred to -- >> the republican party of virginia is defending the flyer. the executive director says the mailers absolutely do not attack danica's gender identity. they've turned down our request for an interview. we'll have complete coverage and analysis of this race along with the virginia governor's race both on air and in the nbc washington app. a survivor in that deadly workplace shooting in edgewood, maryland, says he thought the suspected shooter was his friend. he doesn't know why he would want to hurt him. enoch sosa was out of the hospital and could not wait to get home to see his children. our affiliate station -- >> i thought we were friends. we ended not friends, i guess. >> sosa faces rehabilitation and a long recovery. he was one of five
last month at advanced granite solutions. three people died. you could hear the anxious 911 calls for help. >> i'm at work and somebody came in shooting. >> are you safe and out of danger? >> they're running away from it. they said somebody was shot. i am calling for them. >> police arrested the accused gunman in delaware after he shot someone there. that victim survived. >> racist incidents on the rise according to new data released by the anti-defamation league. there were three incidents of harassment or vandalism in maryland. so far this year, there have been 82 reported anti-semitic incidents in our area. compared to 22 in 2016. in incident at blair high school -- take a lookat
security image showing a it's okay to be white sign on the door. one student said the message isn't wrong but he admits it was to create racial tension. the school is in an inclusive community and will not fall victim to attempts to divide it. 5:36 now. a meal you might expect to get not in a high school lunch line. that is what fairfax students and staff enjoyed this week. the marinated chicken with fresh veggies and yogurt was the brainchild of a group of high schoolers in braddock. they've worked on it for ten months. they won a countywide contest to have their food featured. they wanted to create a tasty meal that's cost effective and doesn't have a lot of calories. >> we had to cut down and calculate how much sodium and how much yogurt. it was a mathematical equation. we have to calculate everything. >> today is the last day that
students can enjoy this hot meal. >> all that work to create this perfect, healthy, cost effective meal for kids. >> a new culture. >> it's a website a lot of people use to book vacations. we're learning about a strong warning and that trip advisor deleted reviews. >> take a look at the current temperatures. waking up in the 50s. it's going to be very nice. enj it while you can.oy
ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
critics say it's like a scarlet letter, badge of shame. >> sex offenders will be identified on passports. the state department will begin revoking passports of registered child sex offenders. they will have to apply for a new one that identifies their status. the notice will be printed on the back of the passport. it will not prevent them from leaving the u.s. unless a specific country has restrictions on convicted felons. the goal is to curb child exploitation. you may want to rethink the travel review websites the next time you use one to book a trip. the new investigation found that they might not be so reliable. the milwaukee journal sentinel reports that more than a dozen travelers say their reviews were taken down. that was from trip
some of those reviews mention blackouts and even rape in mexico. >> i think it's borderline criminal what they're doing. >> earlier this week, trip advisor apologized and used to require they be family friend letter. the former guidelines went too far it says. it's his way of communicating to the word. >> but for a while, president trump was without his twitter account. what caused it to be taken down? this morning, it's not as cool when you walk outside. wait until you see the afternoon temperatures. we expect temperatures as you walk out the door this morning, mostly in the upper 50s. we'll be around 63 degrees by 9:00 a.m. staying dry for the morning. a chance of showers in the forecast. we'll take a look at that coming up. couple of problems o then
ralpand as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care from thousands of virginians. as a candidate for governor, i sponsored this ad because i've stood up to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all. will have power over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees. john adams: wrong on health care,
15 before the hour. president trump will leave to start a ten-day tour of asia. >> the white house says it's the longest trip since president george h.w. bush. blayne alexander is live on capitol hill. what's the goal of this trip? >> eun, aaron, good morning to you both. the longest trip since president bush. it's going to be the most high stakes trip he's taken. he's going to be working on diplomatic relationships. certainly top of the list would be to get not just the allies in that area, but really the international community on board when it comes to the goal of taking away north korea's nuclear program. this is something that president trump has been trading jabs, insults, words back and forth with north korean leader kim jong unfor months. now he's going to be in the region. he's going to be mooed meeting with the
is an ally of north korea hopefully trying to get help in getting the rogue regime in line. guys? >> blayne, let's turn to capitol hill for a second. house republicans released their tax plan yesterday. what are the chances of this plan passing? >> aaron, it's going to go through a lot of changes if it makes it to the president's desk. it has to go through the house and the senate and back to the house. the thing is, there are short small moore giargins of error. they have to get -- especially on the senate side. one thing not helping republicans is that democrats are going to be fighting tooth and nail against this. we have republicans who are speaking out against two things, the great deal adding to the deficit about $1.5 trillion and then others talking about the fact that they're trying to get this done in such a short timeline. republicans want it done before the holiday break. guys? >> blayne alexander on capitol hill
it is 5:47. president trump's twitter account will be up and running when he leaves for asia today. you probably heard about this story. a twitter employee on that person's last day served up a parting shot by deactivating the president's account. for 11 minutes yesterday x this is what you saw. the blue screen instead of the president's account. it's back up now. twitter apologized. the company originally called it an inadvertent mistake. days before virginians cast their vote for governor, ralph northam is dealing with blowback. democracy for america, the group, is ending all direct aid to northam's campaign. the group is over his newly articulated stance on sanctuary cities. his position on that has not wavered. he says there's none in virginia. because of that, he would veto any bill that sought to ban them. he cast a tie
against such a bill. ed gillespie criticized that vote in tv ads. northam says if he's elected governor, his vote would be different in a sanctuary city emerged. >> if a city in virginia establishes themselves as a sanctuary city and the legislature passed a law or proposed a law to make it unlawful, i would support that and sign that bill. >> gillespie's camp says that's a flipflop from northam. the breaking news out of chicago. there was blood everywhere. that's what witnesses are saying about a shooting inside a starbucks in chicago. one man was killed, two others wounded, including a 12-year-old boy. police say a drug deal went bad and a man in a ski mask and a man chased a man into a starbucks and shot him. all this happened on the north side of chicago. in a neighborhood known for bars, restaurants
clubs. eun? >> chris, thank you. the next study may come as no surprise. but americans are stressed. they released the annual stress in america survey. more than half of americans say that the present day is the worst period in american history they can remember. 43% say they're stressed about the future of health care. 35% say the economy keeps them up at night and 30% said they just don't trust the government. that's just the government. forget the personal life, the things you worry about your family. is my child going to cross the street in the crosswalk. >> cartoons are a stress reliever. >> i get it. >> what's your go-to cartoon? >> uh-oh. >> american dad. >> it's an adult cartoon. don't let the kids watch that. >> no. >> let's go to molette green in downtown d.c. at a great event
join the workforce. >> that's right. doing it for change has helped so many women. what's going on there, molette? >> reporter: this is a pop-up shop. all for a great cause. as you mentioned. the organization putting this on, designer, handbags, shoes, clothing. all for -- all at a discounted price. the profits raised from the sale go to help outfit women who are trying to get back to work with professional clothing. we're going to tell you all about how you can take part in this great event today coming up later on. in the 6:00 hour of "news4 today." >> molette, we'll see you then. looking good out there. thanks. >> so many options. it can be very expensive. each on an interview, if you need a nice outfit to go on and make a good first impression. >> some friends of my mom in georgia. h
early 20s. whenever i'm done, i send them down to georgia. he's claimed he got his first job, recent georgia tech graduate because he was the best dressed guy in the room. >> way to pay it forward. >> there you go. >> that's nice, chuck. learn something new about that chuck. he's charitable and smart. >> yes. sometimes more of one than the other. depends what day you catch me. >> mostly clear sky. down goes the nearly full moon. it will be full saturday morning at 1:23. it goes down this morning looking to the west. there's tysons in the distance. the nearly full moon down at 6:40 this morning. the full moon rises at 6:54 this evening. if you're taking pictures of it. a lot of grateful color in washington. this is along the potomac river near the bike path. south of the memorial bridge. that was yesterday. 77 degrees in november yesterday. unbelievable. we had to stop twice and refill
it was warm to be outside. going to be another warm one today. 59 now. the sun isn't even up yet. it's not up until after 7:30. temperatures above 60 degrees in annapolis. st. mary's county. planning out our day, look at that warmup. low 70s by lunchtime. we will see an increasing number of clouds later on in the day. a slight chance for a few showers as well. there is a cold front coming through. you'll notice it tomorrow. tomorrow, about 20 degrees colder than this. but today,s at front goes by, since it doesn't have a lot -- could ring out a passing shower or two. cloudy, cooler, in the 50s tomorrow. sunday starts off cloudy. but ends up mild. probably back in the 70s on sunday afternoon. then monday, again, like today. well into the 70s. ahead of a rain chance. cools us down the middle parts of next week. well back out to the west.
the best chances for rain today come in at about 4:00 this afternoon and 10:00 this evening. the increasing clouds by lunchtime. here comes the weather front itself. our future weather model, not that impressed with the rain chances the for your saturday, all 50s all the time. best chance later on in the day and saturday night as well. sunday, maybe a shower or two early. over the bridge, across the bay 10k on sunday morning. it will be damp and cloudy but shouldn't be raining too much. ahead of a cool rainy stretch tuesday and wednesday. feeling more like november next week. good morning, melissa mollet. >> i know you love the 70s in november. >> oh, yes, i do. bw parkway southbound after powder mill road. new problem. a crash that was just reported. wanted to mention that before we
maps inner loop in atlanta, blocking the left lane. local lanes of the woodrow wilson bridge. one lane getting by. you can see the slow downs. this is a picture of it there. inner loop of the woodrow wilson bridge. 70 down to the spur, on time headed southbound. same situation northbound here this morning to head to work or school on this nice warm friday. quantico to the beltway, that's rolling along as well. no big delays anywhere. keep our fingers crossed that that continues to be the case. >> melissa, thank you. it's 5:54. it's a crime of opportunity. it's happened again. >> the sheriff says people are essentially inviting thieves inside their homes by leaving their car doors unlonged. thieves are getting access to your garage door opener and that leads them into your house.
they chased him or her out of the house. but the loudoun county sheriff's office says there's been close to a dozen similar cases in the last few weeks. he's worried the neighbors are making it too easy by leaving doors unlocked. >> people leave cars unlocked and criminals are entering the house by hitting the garage door opener and entering the garage and then inside the house. >> one thing you can do, make it routine to lock your doors, all of them. before you go to bed. amazon launched its black friday deal store. it offers deals from toys to electronics. now through black friday. it will feature deals of the day, too. all deals are available -- full slash. /black friday. >> kohl's decided to give its stores open at 5:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. >>
your dinner? you put it on a plate and eat it in line? >> i eat mine at 2:00 p.m. >> it features more wait for kohl's to make cash. retailer hoping to sell more active wear and home goods. get it in early those who are looking for shopping. >> hold the pepperoni. two pizza makers going to war on twitter. the first papa johns founder claimed that nfl player protests were hurting sales. that caused frozen pizza brand di jorn owe to go after papa johns on twitter. the company started out by saying pizza sales were fun and then mocked papa john's better pizza, better pizza slogan. then they claim -- you're going hard on the pizza here. frozen pizza
equivalent of a -- >> i love it. >> that's pretty funny. >> it's the first major redesign in years. people are lining up to get their hands on the iphone x. a live report coming up. only on news 4. the sister of a pregnant woman who was set on fire back in september is speaking to us about a second person now being tied to her attack. how the newborn baby is doing
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erring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. how could somebody take part in this. >> a second man it under arrest. the interview you'll see only on news 4. local school official as cuesed of tampering with students' grades. who is now on the case? >> is it a ten? we're live outside one of the many apple stores where people have been camped out for hours. they're going to spend money on the phone.
>> she's being paid 30 bucks an hour. >> so we're in the wrong business. all leaving to stand in line. >> stand in line. >> how about the cheap forecast. >> that's free. >> it's free. >> i could charge you money to listen, i suppose. >> you absolutely should charge aaron. no doubt about that. >> i would charge you for the nice weather. that's for sure. we're going to see a warmup again this afternoon. wait until tomorrow. we'll cool back down. temperatures as you're about to walk back outside in the 50s. not as cool this morning. i think a lot of you could get away with no jacket. 47 manassas. 56 gaithersburg. near 60 in clinton. quantico. we have mild temperatures on the map. we're dry right now. we have showers in the forecast later today. not a lot. even into your weekweekend. look at the numbers. by lunchtime, on the drier si