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. >> announcer: news4 at 6:00 begins with breaking news. >> once again, our country is in mourning after a mass shooting. this one at a place people gather to pray and where they usually feel safe. dozens of people dead after a church shooting in texas. witnesses desperately holding on to one another to find some sense of comfort tonight. a small texas community is in shock after a gunman opened fire inside a church. good evening, i'm erica gonzalez. we just learned that law enforcement officials have identified the shooter at 26-year-old devon patrick kelly of neighboring camal county. gunfire erupted inside first baptist church in sutherland springs, about 40 miles
at least 25 people, 25 are dead. including the gunman. multiple people have been injured. the sheriff is expected to hold a news conference at any moment. something we're keeping our eye on at news4. >> reporter: a peaceful morning of worship turned to tragedy. an armed man opened fire late this morning opened fire. carrie ma tulla was working at a gas station about 50 feet away. >> it was just rapid fire. and you can hear that there was impact and there was ricochet too. >> first responders raced to the scene. the wilson county sheriff says 25 were killed. the shooter is among the dead. sutherland springs is a small town just a few hundred people, not far from san antonio. >> real small community, you never think in the world that something
community could happen. it's sad. it's really sad. >> reporter: president trump tweeted, may god be with the people of sutherland springs, texas. the fbi and law enforcement are on the scene. i have monitoring the situation from japan. dan shenaman, nbc news. i'm darcy spencer at the live desk where we're getting new reaction from texas officials into the mass church shooting as we just mentioned the shooter has now been identified at 26-year-old devon patrick kelly of neighboring camal county. kelly is dead. we're waiting to find out who took him down and these are just heartbreaking details that are coming out of texas tonight. kelly opening fire in a church on a sunday morning, a day of worship. we're continuing to monitor a planned news conference there in texas. we're hoping to learn more about how this happened, who the victims were. we'll bring you any new
meantime, we now know at this point that a single gunman opened fire in the church in sutherland springs. we do know a 14-year-old girl, the pastor's daughter is among the two dozen dead, the pastor and his wife we're told were out of town at the time now they have to deal with the loss of their daughter and a large part of their small congregation. also the two candidates for governor in virginia are weighing in on twitter. the news out of texas are awful. he and his wife are praying for the victims. ralph northam is praying for the victims in a senseless act. >> the mayor of san antonio called in news4 msnbc to talk a how close that community is. >> it's a place where you wave to people as they drive by. this is just a sad day
it's another on the long list of growing list unfortunately of incidents that tell us we live in a different world than we did even 15 or 20 years ago. >> the mayor said that his city just had a briefing about responding to today's emergencies like today's shooting. we've been working the phones to get response from local municipalities and law enforcement agency. less than an hour ago the d.c. police department tweeted that it's monitoring the mass shooting and sent condolences to the victims, families and sutherland springs community alike. what it called another senseless act of violence. >> the #sutherlandsprings immediately started trending on social media as word began to spread about the shooting. i want to show you a few of the tweets. this is from texas governor greg abbott. our prayers are with all who are harmed by this evil act. our thanks to the law enforcement for their response. evil act something we're
maryland governor larry hogan also tweet this evening, pure evil. the first lady and i are praying for the victims of this horrific hooting in texas. may god bless and lift up their families. also, this evening we're hearing from virginia governor, evil has struck yet again. dorothy and i sending our prayers, our love and prayers this evening. we're also hearing from chelsea clinton. no one should have to worry about loved ones in a house of worship, a nightclub, a school or at a concert. the #sutherlandspring trending this evening. we're hearing from the first lady, our hearts are with texas. the first lady traveling with the president overseas this evening. and we're going to do our best to keep you up to date with this developing story. stay with news4 and the nbc washington app for continuing coverage. we'll bring you those updates throughout this broadcast and you'll see much
"nbc nightly news." >> announcer: and now your storm team 4 forecast. >> man, it was a damp day out there. we had the drizzle. the cloud coverage didn't help much. temperatures didn't move much either. we're in the 60s right now. let's go ahead and get a look at the current conditions. winds out of the southwest. that's going to help to keep us pretty warm. tons of cloud cover out there as we head through the overnight hours. we're starting to see breaks in the cover. as we head through the forecast it's going to be warming up tomorrow but we're talking major cooldowns as we head toward the middle of the week. rain chances moving in. back to you, erica. >> thank you. you're going to have to dig a little deeper into your pockets to park downtown. find out where and why the district is raising rates and a local girl whose reportedly kidnapped last month disappears again and tonight pice needol
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police immediately. promising news for a local victim on that mass shooting last month in las vegas. tina frost whose from maryland was shot in the face that night. frost family spokesperson tells our nbc station in san diego that she is talking and walking again. the lifelong soccer player is also able to kick a soccer ball around. her family says there's still a long road ahead for them. frost doesn't fully understand what she's saying so she's going to be working with a neuro psychologist in the days to come. >> a maryland family has got to find someplace else to live after a devastating fire destroyed their home. look at these pictures here. montgomery county fire rescue tweeted these out from the scene last night. this home is along cabana court in germantown. the electrical fire was started by an outdoor flood light. d dot wants to know how bad do you want that prime parking spot. start approximating tomorrow, a
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p to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all. before we start, i just want to say if anyone still doesn't have fios, please stay out of the way so your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben talking about you, ben. i know, zoe. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash? haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben. it's not funny. gaming is best on a 100% fiber-optic network. so get fios. now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee.
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, wrong for virginia. disclaimer: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. 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.
and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. i'm darcy spencer back at the live desk with an update on today's mass church shooting in san antonio, texas. the shooter has been identified at 26-year-old devon patrick kelly. kelly is dead. we're waiting to find out who took him down. at least 25 people inside the first baptist church of sutherland springs are dead, including children. msnbc reporting that one of the people killed is the pastor's 14-year-old daughter. the gunfire erupted late this morning during worship. meantime, president trump is weighing in on twitter as he travels overseas. he said may god be with the people of sutherland springs. the fbi and law enforcement are on thesc
the situation from japan. i'm darcy spencer at the live desk. >> thank you. back here in fairfax county a family is grieving for a young man killed outside a bar. police believe there are dozens of witnesses who saw that fight at the velocity five bar in centreville and they are hoping that somebody will do the right thing and help bring closure for this family. news4 derek ford spoke to his sister today. >> i just blessed my man with a pair of jordans in my backseat. >> reporter: an act of kindness this video shows harold gar net giving a pair of jordans to a homeless man without shoes. it makes it harder for the family to come to terms with what happened outside this centreville restaurant. it was closing time at the restaurant in centreville. garnet and a group of men got into a confrontation. one t
the chest and ran. >> over something so pet y andsmall. >> reporter: garnet's friend chased him at the time where other witnesses led police to where the suspect hid. they arrested him. he was initially charged with malicious wounding. garnet had clung to life until saturday evening when he died. >> to take someone away from his family, he's a brother, uncle, a son and a friend to many. >> reporter: garnet was soon to be a father as well. harold garnet was well-known as this traunt, well-liked and actually start a gofundme account to help his family pay for funeral. >> her lirices say heaven couldn't wait for you and that's exactly how i feel, heaven couldn't wait for
earth. >> reporter:? centreville, derrick ward, news4. a man who makes us laugh nightly is leaning on the support of family and millions of fans. jimmy fallons mom died yesterday at the age of 68. on behalf at everyone on nbc we extend our deepest condolences to jimmy and all his family at this time of enormous loss. our hearts go out to jimmy, end quote. there was an unprecedented amount of security at today's new york city marathon. this comes of course after days after last week's deadly truck attack that left eight people dead. police did not report any incidents today. sha lane flan abegan became the first american woman to win the marathon in 40 years and jeffrey kenmore from kenya beat his countryman. >> announcer: and now yo
team 4 forecast. it was a damp and gray day. take a look at the radar right now. no rain on there. we had some drizzle on the windshield. got a lot of cloud coverage. we'll see some breaks in these clouds as we head through the overnight hours but the big picture tells the better story. we do have rain on the way. we do need the rain. it's going to be putting a damper on our monday. it's back over out toward ohio, really wreaking havoc. they've had severe thunderstorm watches and warnings. we are expected to get rain from it. let's time this out. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. we are expecting the first showers to expect those living along the i-81 corridor. monday afternoon is when we'll start seeing the showers impacting the metro area. we're looking late morning, early afternoon for those showers in the d.c./metro area. by 9:00 p.m. tomorrow night we dry things out. not exactly clearing them up. still a
by tuesday it's looking mostly cloudy. we do have a disturbance just to our south that could impulse some showers into our area therefore we do have a chance for rain. let's take a look at our rain outlook. widespread showers expected through our monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. we do have a chance for showers. if it's not raining where you are it's definitely going to be mostly cloudy. while the rain chances are pretty uniform, temperatures are all over the place. tomorrow we're headed up to the low 70s thanks to a southerly wind. we'll see things cool down in the middle of the week, down into the fis50s tuesday and wednesdays. if you're heading out tonight, temperatures dropping to the upper 50s at most. the good news is you don't have to contend with any rain on the road. your monday commute's a different story. rain expected for te
the road. by 5:00 p.m. we'll start to see those showers moving from the d.c./metro area into southern maryland. temperatures tomorrow in the low 70s. storm team 4 four day outlook before the ten day, we do have the showers moving in from the west. temperatures in the low 70s on monday. notice how big of a drop we take. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, down to the 50s. in for a cool down overnight. by the end of the week we'll be headed to the upper 30s overnight. the sunshine returns in time for next weekend and we'll be monitoring another chance for rain at the end of next weekend. erica. >> thank you. so coming up in sports, the redskins and the rest of the nfl trying to chase the eagles. how the newest bird has philly flng even higher?yi
for more than nine years, i covered a beat: my lifelong home of prince william county. as the lead reporter for the gainesville times, i wrote more than two thousand five hundred news stories, vetting facts, and holding politicians' feet to the fire. and when dominion wouldn't tell us who owned the haymarket data center, i didn't stop until the truth came out. now i'm running for delegate to bring a reporter's eye to richmond.
it's time richmond answered to us. 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 i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable. >> announcer: this is the xfinity sports desk. we're not sure if football players set their clocks back but were they up and attem. definitely break the rules, punching a helmet. it's just not smart. aj greens of thebe
ejected after that scuffle. wait there's more. this is saint james getting in to. mike evans, somehow he didn't get jeekted. two teams going in different directions. saints win their sixth straight, bucks lose their fifth in a row. it was a feisty game. >> so this is probably what my husband was watching when he was, oh, and i said what's wrong with you? you're scaring me. >> that's what it was. >> quite the couple of hits there. >> it was looking more like a fight night than the nfl. a lot of contact today. the redskins right now in a real boxing match with the seahawks. no breakout fights but it is definitely a physical matchup in seattle and right now the redskins lead the see hawks late in the third quarter. rob kelley with the touchdown. nick rows added a field goal. and speaking of nfl,
traded from the dolphins to the eagles on tuesday, and turning back before the game he's joining an offense kicking on all cylinders. first eagles drive, ag galore, 32 yard touchdown. eagles up 7-0. second quarter, no zach ertz, no problem. wentz finds the backup tight end, tray yards 27 yard scores, to put the eagles up 24-6. eagles rack up 419 yards against the league's best defense. right before the break, hey look, it's the new guy breaking free for a 46 yard touchdown, eight carries for 77 yards and the score eagles roll the broncos to improve to 8-1 heading with the bye week with the best record in the nfl. sean mcvay leading a rams resge
victim, second quarter third and 33 for l.a., guess what? they get it and more. jared goff short pass to robert woods who finds his way all the way to the end zone, 52 yards for the first of two tds on the daily for woods. rams up 17-7. later in the quarter. goff faking the hand yofl and airs it out to sammy watkins. sammy wide open down field, 67 yard touchdown, goff says career highs with 311 yards passing and four touchdown throws. rams blowing out the giants 51-17 to improve to 6-2, the franchises best start since 2001. now heading to national. late fourth quarter, titans up three and looking to add to it. buying a little extra time goes the other way, finds a wide open air decker in the end zo
yard touchdown pass and the titans lead 23-13. but this one not over yet. under a minute to play, joe flacco, and ravens they're now within three and the onside kick is coming. justin tucker, praying for a perfect kick, this one does not even go ten yards. the flag is thrown and that's it. titans hold on to beat the ravens 23-20. and just three races left in the nascar season, today as texas motor. martin truex jr. in the lead but kechbl harvick makes his move. even with true ex-but harvick able to put away. kevin harvick holds on to win the texas motor speedway. harvick and truex both clinching spots. only one spot remains up for grabs. the wizards just tipped off against the rafters in toronto. the team without john wall who is missing tonight's game with a
we'll have those highlights on news4 after the game and on redskins final. washington leading 25-9. off to a pretty good start, but we'll have more than that. >> thank you. one quick final check of the weather. things are going to be warm tomorrow. low 70s. netflix and chill kind of day. lots of showers, plenty of showers. we're still waiting on a news conference from sutherland springs, texas. an update on the 25
ralphcandidate for governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs. but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy could cut virginia school funding, too. ed doesn't stand for education. 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, wrong for virginia.
d. the deadly church shooting in a small texas town. a gunman walks in and opens fire, killing up to half the congregation and wounding many more. ties to russia. how one of president trump's cabinet secretaries has kept his investments in a company with business connections to vladimir putin's family. nbc news exclusive, new developments in the russia investigation involving the president's former national security adviser, michael flynn. political shift. the big increase in the number of women running for office in this tuesday's elections and what's driving it. and built to last. the mail-order homes still gracing america's neighborhoods almost a century later. ♪ >> t