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gratuity. i asked her why and she was told because they were children. >> the diner defends the idea saying that parents should teach their children how to tip and they say the menu clearly states the diner will add the tip at its discretion. right now on "news4 today," a storm team 4 weather alert. the cold air is coming. temperatures taking a dive to the lowest levels we've seen in months. developing now, a deadly hit and run. a woman hit and killed on a busy road. police need your help tracking down the driver. >> the latest public figure accused of sexual assault. the response from the white house released overnight. ♪ and we're marking veterans day, the tributes to all those who have served our country and what's ahead this weekend. it's an important day to thank a veteran for all the se
men and women have done to keep our country free. >> freedom is not free. they prove it every day. >> good morning everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. if you haven't pulled out your winter coat, go do it. >> what are you going to do in january? >> i don't know, chuck. >> you need do it. >> there will be a lot of days where eun is missing from work in january. >> you definitely want the warm jacket. a 39 degree temperature in manassas. 49 in washington. but the cold front, here's the thing. the cold front has not moved through yet. as we go through the day today, temperatures will be getting colder. your friday commute this morning, sun glare, 43 by 7:00 a.m. it will be getting windy by noon. temperatures will be trying to warm up because of the sunshine. but they really won't. it will be feeling like the 30s through the afternoon. at least nice and
for almost the entire area through tomorrow morning. this is because temperatures will be in the 20s. cover the sensitive plants. bring the pets inside. we'll talk about the cold temperatures coming you. the roads, good morning, melissa. >> take a look at the roads. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway, no big problems. one thing, this is that inner loop before van dorn. two right lanes getting by. should be clearing soon. they had cleared it. fire and rescue had to come back. rock creek parkway at the kennedy center. traffic alternating through that long-standing road there. fairfax county parkway to the beltway, you are on time. going to take you eight minutes. melissa, thank you. your time is 5:02. developing this morning, police are looking for a car believed to be involved in a deadly hit and run at the white oak area of silver spring. >> montgomery county police say two drivers hit the woman. megan mcgrath live in silver spring with more on this.
megan? >> reporter: well, this is a case where police really want witnesses to come forward so they can piece together exactly what happened and figure out just how many drivers are involved in this deadly pedestrian accident. now, it happened on busy columbia pike, which you see behind me near the intersection with hillwood drive. there's a lot of traffic in the area. investigators believe that this woman, this pedestrian may have been hit by more than one vehicle. now, one driver, the driver of a minivan stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police. investigators believe it there may be another vehicle involved. that driver did not stop. so they are looking for witnesses with information about all of that. it was 6:30 last night when it happened. so it was dark. the woman was apparently trying to cross the street when she was struck and killed. this time of year, of course, it gets darker earlier. so pedestrians really need to take precautions. >>
clothing or have things on your clothing that shows light. if you're coming from the bus stop or walking down the road and you have to make sure -- >> reporter: so if you are in the area last night around 6:30, you saw anything, if you saw a car leaving the scene with damage to it, police would like to hear from you. back to you. >> megan mcgrath live for us this morning. megan megan, thank you. two people hurt in a stabbing near rockville town center. news crews arrived on the scene, a large number of people had the home surrounded. a suspect was inside the home claiming to have a gun. that person eventually surrendered to police. they believe one of the people hurt was trying to break up an argument between the suspect and another victim. a d.c. high school student was shot as he walked home from school. now police hope surveillance video could help find th
responsible. the 17-year-old was shot just after classes let out at belew high school just after noon. the teen was in an argument with two men before the shooting. the men sped away in a dark-colored vehicle. d.c.'s mayor is calling on witnesses to come forward to help find the suspect. >> anyone who knows anything or thinks they heard anything should call the metropolitan police department so we can find out who did this and get them off the streets. >> police hope to get information from video taken from a d.c. metrobus as well in the area at the time of the shooting. president trump is in vietnam where he just wrapped up a veterans day event. he signed a proclamation saluting the veterans of the vietnam war. before that he spoke at a gathering of ceos on what appeared to be a rebuke of china on trade. he won't allow the u.s. to be taken advantage of or
he pledged to always put america first. the white house is weighing in on bombshell reports that could upend the alabama senate race. >> the republican candidate, judge roy moore, forced a 14-year-old girl into a sexual encounter when he was 32. mr. trump believes if these allegations are true, judge moore will do the right thing and step aside. the election is next month. judge moore denies the allegations. a new set of sexual misconduct allegations centers on comedian louis c.k. we'll have more on that later in this hour. a family accusing a former maryland teacher's aide of abusing their child wants to do more. one of his victims will hold a news conference.
the school system. bell also pleaded not guilty to federal charges of child pornography earlier this week. sutherland springs, texas, church where 26 people died in a mass shooting will be torn down. the pastor said it would be too hard to have services there after what happened. meanwhile, the air force says it's launched a full investigation into why the gunman's domestic abuse conviction was not reported to the fbi. devin kelley should not have been able to buy a gun. they're looking into whether it was a human error or technological issue. he had a dispute with his in-laws who attend that church. a lot of you are observing veterans day today. here's a look at what's open and what's not. the federal government is closed
schedule. metrobus is operating on a saturday supplemental schedule. the mva in maryland is closed today and tomorrow. there's a full list on the nbc washington app. today also marks the 240th anniversary of the united states marine corps. the military branch was founded november 10, 1775. >> headquarters here in arlington and thank you to all of you who have served in all our branches of the military. we're so thankful for your service. still ahead, an incredible mission from a marine veteran. he lost both his legs. but that's not stopping him from completing a month of marathons. you'll hear his story next. would you want somebody firing an ar-15 at your house? think about it. plus, using automatic weapons against animals. concerns in a local town. the fight against deer is putting people in danger. good morning. i'm storm team
good morning everybody. coming up on 5:12 on a friday morning. yesterday doug kammerer put out his official winter weather outlook for the coming season. this is the forecast. total snowfall forecast fort upcoming winter in. average snowfall is 15 inches. at or slightly above snowfall is expected. little lower snow totals. little more. as much as 2.5, 3 feet of snow in the northern shenandoah valley. sheena looking at a chilly weekend coming up. let's go over to melissa. we're seeing new video. this is one of the protests in d.c. on thursday. hundreds of
senate office building. >> take a look at this next piece of video. we want to show you students outside woodrow wilson high school. students there walked out of class as we understand. >> immigration policies and in favor of daca happening across the country. >> terrible setback for residents in puerto rico struggling to get back on their feet wreaked havoc on the island. a major transmission line happened knocking out electrical power. only 43% of the island had power back before that failure. that number is now down to 18%. san juan and six other cities in puerto rico are affected here. officials say they're working quickly to get the power back on. an area deer management program is coming under fire this morning. >> some p
concerned the way deer are killed could put them in danger. they use high-powered ar-15 rifles like the ones used could -- >> claremont inned alexandria section are the most accurate -- >> they never shoot in the direction of houses. this starts and runs in march. >> new research shows that former new england patriots player aaron hernandez had significant brain damage and in fact, it's the most severe case of cte ever found in someone so young. the degenerative brain disease has been linked to head injuries sustained during contact sports during football. he hanged himself while serving life in prison for murder. the director of boston university cte center says she cannot connect the dots between tra
hernandez's past behavior. >> the news 4 i-team learned that nine surgeries have been called off at the va medical center. hospital employees say there were concerns that the surgical equipment may not be safe to use. the equipment was discolored. too much cleaning solution may have been used to prep it. they trained staff how to properly prepare surgical devices. the inspector general is reviewing as well. this comes as a recent investigation revealed a number of safety incidents at the medical center. go to the nbc washington app to reveal what was uncovered. we want to tell you about an inspiring retired marine corps sergeant from our area. rob jones lost both of his legs in an explosion in afghanistan. this morning, he will embark on his 30th marathon in 30 days. his journey started in
october 12th. he's run 26.2 miles each day across the country and he's heading home to finish his mission. today he'll be running in baltimore. we have information about how you can join him for a final run tomorrow in d.c. in the nbc washington -- what can you say about a man who has done so much for his country already and continuing to inspire. >> beyond impressive. >> he grew up in virginia and went to loudoun valley high school and virginia tech before he joined the marine corps. he's raising money for three different charities. there's a link on our website to contribute. a really impressive man. >> we salute you, sir. >> there's a local brewery showing appreciation for those who served with a nice cold beer. all month long customers at the fair winds brewing company in newington have been brewing so vets can have a drink for free today. >> every veteran
duty member will receive for free. they will be handed out to each veteran. they'll get a personalized note card from a patron to thank them for their service. >> fair winds received enough donations to hand out nearly 500 free drinks. >> awesome. >> yeah. >> the veterans deserve at least a free drink today, right? >> lots of places giving out free stuff. very well-deserved. >> if you're headed out today, be ready. >> didn't feel that bad this morning. i know it's coming. >> it's coming. >> it is coming. we have a cold front on our doorstep. here's the thing. if you think it's cold outside right now, it's not as cold as it's going to be today. >> the cold front is about to move through. you'll notice it. it will be getting windy and colder today. make sure you have the warm jacket with you. we have a weather alert for tonight into early tomorrow. that's because we have a widespread freeze across the area. if you don't want your
or bring them inside. otherwise, we have a dry and cold weekend in the forecast. dry at least is the good thing about that. 49 degrees the temperature in washington. 45 leesburg. 44 quantico. there's the cold air from canada. it's right on our doorstep. there's the cold front. there's the arctic air. it's all headed in this direction. it's causing the freeze for the overnight hours. all the counties in purple, that's the freeze warning. cover the sensitive plants and don't leave your pets outside overnight. it's going to be way too cold for that. if you're exercising this morning, wear a jacket. the sunshine will try to warm up the temperatures. but the wind will make it feel like the 30s. take a look at the future feels-like temperatures. there's the arctic air in place. by tomorrow morning, we could feel like the teens. by the way, doug kammerer released the winter outlook last night. if you missed it, here's what we expect. more snow than last winter. maybe up to 19 inches aro
higher amounts farther north and west. we shall see. we'll be watching that very closely. as we go into the weekend, 42 for a high saturday, 52 sunday. bundle yourselves up. especially later on tonight. let's check traffic with melissa mollet. good morning, melissa. >> going to be cold. inner loop before van dorn, the two right lanes getting by the crash. a little bit of orange on the map showing you that slowdown. as we zoom out, you can see everything else looks fine here. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway. no issues here. that's what continues to happen here. inbound new york avenue at new jersey. the left lane getting by. that's now cleared. that's out of the way. 95 at virginia. you're on time. going to take you 18 minutes. same situation outbound. >> aaron? >> melissa, thank you. mansion takeover caught on camera. a d.c. woman discovers strangers in her
why they refused to leave and what happened next. first, louis c.k., the latest celebrity at the center of a sexual harassment scandal. what he's accused of doing. owen wilson stops by ellen for a giant game of corn hole. plus, you can hear which co-star he was star-struck over and nervous to meet. watch ellen every
we have breaking news about the most destructive fire in california's history. the power company says the fire may have been started by someone else's wires. last month's fire destroyed 5,000 to 6,000 buildings. we watched as the fire incinerated entire neighborhoods and forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes in wine country. now pacific gas and electric company filed legal documents saying it didn't own or install the electrical equipment that may have ignited that blaze. electrical damages sparked by the wildfire even if it followed the safety rules. the tubbs fire caused well over $3 billion in damage. at the live desk i'm chris lawrence. >> chris, thank you. the latest round of sexual misconduct allegations in hollywood enters the world of comedy now. "the new york times" says louis c.k.
back 15 years. so far the reaction has been swift. the premiere of the latest film has been canceled. he scrapped on the late show last night. he addressed it in his monologue. >> for those tuning in to see my interview with louis c.k. tonight, i have bad news. then i have some really bad news. louis canceled his appearance here tonight because "the new york times" broke this story today. five women are accusing louis c.k. of sexual miss won duct. >> colbert called the allegations disturbing. as of this morning, louis c.k. has not responded to the allegations but a representative for the comedian says he would issue a written statement in the coming days. hbo says he will not participate in its night of too many stars charity event. hbo says it will remove past projects from its
service. >> all week long our changing minds series focused on teens and their mental well-being. news 4's doreen gentzler has reports on what causes them to feel anxious and depressed and some of the ways it hoped. we learned that two of the district's wards are making mental health a priority. both wards have high rates of unemployment, poverty and crime rates. the stressors kids in the wards can face often come down to a matter of survival. >> we have known people suffering a lot. the pressures around academically, of meeting, addressing all the needs that they have to meet. which means we have kids depressed, sad and hopeless and anxiety and concerns about their own safety. >> dr. price, who is partnering with the family foundation on this initiative, will be helping identify needs at the ol
and will help develop the right mental health program for each school. >> the emphasis will be on prevention. so the project will be starting at the elementary school level and expanding from there. get ahead of the problem. >> a student shot steps away from a d.c. high school. justin finch is there. >> good morning, i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell outside on the weather deck this morning. no heavy coat required now. don't leave it at home. you'll need it before lunchtime today as these temperatures are the mildest we'll see for the rest of the day. check of the forecast coming right up. breakfast at tiffany's.
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right now on "news4 today," a storm team weather alert. >> temperatures dropping as you start the day. how low they'll go before the deep freeze. >> a 17-year-old boy shot a short walk from his own school in southeast. i'm justin finch with who police are looking for and a possible get away vehicle. >> plus a week of wind for one local woman. she's not just a new delegate. she's a new mom and she just
her premature twins. 5:30 on the dot this morning. good morning everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. i'm eun yang. we made it to friday. friday. working for you with a storm team weather alert day. >> that's the kind of week i've had. it's friday for sure. melissa is looking at the roads. >> sheena got to stay inside today. >> thank you. >> chuck bell on the weather deck. >> without a coat. >> what do you have in your hand? >> i have the snow shovel. i'm ready for anything. >> stop it. >> put that down. >> we're talking about the winter weather forecast. snow this winter. i figured i would get a little practice in this morning. everybody loves that sound in the winter, don't you? it's all about the cold this morning. no snow in the forecast. temperatures will be way below freezing by this time tomorrow. right now, it's 49 degrees here in washington with the wind ju
now starting to get back around to the west, northwest. temperatures low to mid-40s in the shenandoah valley. oakland, maryland, in western maryland down to 27 degrees. that's what's coming everybody. this is the warmest part of the day. i don't need my jacket or scarf. temperatures will be back dropping into the upper 30s to around 40. windchills will be below freezing as early as 5:00 this afternoon. the friday night football games will be very, very cold. be ready for that. don't you love that sound? sounds like winter coming. >> it's like worse than nails on a chalkboard. thanks, but no thanks. >> taking a look at the roads. beltway, we have the one problem bottom of the beltway. i circled it for you. it's hard to see. we'll zoom in here. inner loop before van dorn, the two right lanes getting by the crash here. earlier crash they had to return to. 270 here southbound from 70 down to the spur. you can see 2mi
no major problems as you head northbound on 270. you're looking good right now. nothing to worry about. 66 and 95 in virginia looking good. see you back here in a couple of minutes. we'll take a look at your travel times. >> thank you, melissa. >> it's 5:32. here are the other stories. montgomery county police looking for a car believed to be involved in a deadly hit and run in the white oak area of silver springs. two drivers hit the woman after 6:30 at columbia pike. only one stayed on the scene. the woman was crossing the street when she was hit. >> alabama senate candidate judge roy moore forced a 14-year-old girl into a sexual encounter when he was 32 years old. he denies the allegations. he's set to face doug jones in a special election next month. president trump and gop leaders say if the allegations are trurks moore shou true, he should step
proclamation saluting the veterans of the vietnam war. he will not allow the u.s. to be, quote, taken advantage of anymore. this morning, d.c.'s mayor is calling on witnesses to come forward after a student was shot. this happened within sight of belew high school in southeast. >> justin finch is live at police headquarters with a look at how surveillance footage could help provide clues. justin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, eun. metro transit police were seen pulling surveillance video from a metrobus parked right by this crime scene yesterday. police and now mayor bowser are hoping that video catches this crime and who did it. whoever is the one who pulled the trigger yesterday and shot a 17-year-old boy in the chest off 4th street southeast by belew high school where he's also a student. police say they know this. there was an argument of some kind first, then that gunfire and then the shooter in
case was able to get away. mayor bowser said that any crime is unacceptable, especially by a school and that's why she's asking all witnesses to speak up. >> i can't reiterate enough this happened at 3:45. we know that people were definitely on the street, walking on the street, driving by on buses and may have seen this dark-colored vehicle that may have been leaving the scene at a high rate of speed. >> reporter: and as you heard, the mayor believing someone saw something and this case happened in daylight, after school. police now looking for a dark-colored car with dark windows and at least two men. as for that 17-year-old boy, at last check, he's in critical condition, unconscious but breathing. we're live here in northwest, i'm justin finch. back to you. >> justin, thank you. it's 5:34 now. we have an update on a story we brought you as breaking news yesterday
one man died and another injured in a shooting on georgia avenue in northwest. d.c. police are now investigating possible gang connections to the shooting and several others in the area. expect to see more police patrols in certain areas as a result. three races are too close to call two days after election day. republicans lead in all three of those races and are likely to retain a 51-49 majority in richmond. jennifer carol foye is one of the first-time candidates and women voted into office in virginia. this morning she's celebrating more than her political victory. one of her babies is now home from the hospital. the twins were in the nicu for months after being born extremely premature at 23 weeks. they weighed 1.5 pounds each. days after the election she received the call. >> i received a phone call from the doctor and says i've got great news for you.
alexander is okay to come home. you guys are doing a wonderful job. they absolutely love you. fairfax, they said no, come get your child. >> those babies are so sweet and cute. alexander is the one who is now home. look at those cheeks. alex goes home next week. >> you want to hold them and squeeze them. carol foye -- >> no words. >> since becoming a new mom while campaigning will shape her work. >> she's in virginia's second district. >> if i were given the opportunity -- >> all right. it's 5:36 right now. fighting its new neighbor. keeping a medical marijuana dispensary from moving in next door to a church. she came in to find strangers
the new dispensary wants to open up next door to a connect church in temple hills. the church is in a shopping plaza on allentown road. the pastor says his congregation is planning a protest on monday in front of the county administration building. you can literally walk up and down the street and ask, does the county know they're proposing a medical marijuana dispensary and no one is aware of it. >> they must be 300 to 500 feet away from daycares, rec centers and schools, but it does not say anything about places of worship. well, it is finally friday and the cold air is about to move in. it is pretty chilly this morning. i think you want the light jackets. but take it before you leave. we have a cold front on the way in. temperatures right now the mid to low 40s. going through the afternoon, look at this. the bus stop for the kids, it will be getting
through the day today. that wind will make it feel like the 30s. we'll take a closer look at what to expect overnight. wait until you see the numbers. good morning, melissa. >> good morning, sheena. i want to warn you, canal road in northwest, going to be closed soon because of storm drain cleaning. we'll talk about a problem on the bottom of the beltway and your travel times coming up. still ahead, breakfast at tiffany's, a look at the new restaura no matter how the markets change... tiffany's, a look at the new restaura at t. rowe price... our disciplined approach remains. global markets may be uncertain... but you can feel confident in our investment experience around the world. call us or your advisor... t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
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in. warning before you travel about sexual assault. the new trip adviser feature added to hotel reviews. could it protect you from being assaulted. apple is promising a permanent fix. when to get your i back for good. but first at 5:45. president trump is in vietnam. >> he is getting ready to attend a summit of world leaders. the president has been talking tough on trade there. the question on everyone's mind. will he or won't he meet russian president vladimir putin. >> edward lawrence is live on capitol hill. what do you think? what's the plan going forward? >> we're on meeting watch. the russian officials, russian state officials said the meeting would take place. sara sanders said there's no formal
they're in the same economic session. they could bump into each other like they did at the g-20 summit last july. there might be a meeting here. we'll have to wait and see if they bump into each other at one of the sessions. >> edward lawrence on the hill for us this morning. edward, thank you. this is a story you've probably seen all over the place. president trump's long-time bodyguard shooting down salacious allegations about the then real estate mogul. sources say that the bodyguard told lawmakers in 2013, a russian offered to send five women to trump's hotel room. he thought the offer was a joke and immediately responded quote, we don't do that type of stuff. the allegations are part of the so-called dossier on president trump. the massive statue of a naked woman will not be part of the catharsis on the mall. the e
today. they're bringing seminars and performances to the area near the washington monument. they denied the organizers' request for the massive statue of the woman, but there will be a wooden temple that is burned on saturday night. organizers envision a scaled down version of the festival that happens in nevada. it runs through sunday. dozens of you play in sports leagues. the leagues meet on the grounds of the washington monument. now the park service is looking to put an end to that. the grounds were closed off earlier this year for turf restoration. the park service wants it to continue to stay closed down and wants fees for use of the athletic field. a bizarre situation, a crazy story. a homeowner was put face to face with a couple that claimed to own her home >> this is video only on news 4. survea
happened. a homeowner found two people inside her multimillion dollar house that is for sale. the couple told her they were from a nation that have sovereign rights to the house. >> what you're doing is illegal because we filed all our paperwork in court. >> the moorish nation believes black americans are descendants from -- a group claims that u.s. laws don't apply to them. the couple was arrested and ordered to stay away from the house. >> wow. really bizarre stuff. let's head out. molette green is trying to do some good for kids going into the cold season here. >> this could not come at a better time, molette. talking about the cold weather. tell us about this coat drive. >> perfect timing with this blast of arctic air, right? i'm in the midst of a pink and green
heights attribute i couture where alpha kappa alpha sororities. we have about 100 people out here. children in need, children in foster care, coats and seasonal wraps, hats, scarves, gloves. all because this is what a service organization does. we'll talk about that in the 6:00 hour and meet the people in charge of making all of this happen. back to you guys. [ cheering ] >> what a crowd there. i tell you, boy, molette is bringing our show up. >> amazing. we'll see you in a bit, molette. thanks. a correction we want to make. sometimes the math doesn't work out for some of us. >> shocking. >> for some of us. it's the 242nd birthday of the united states marine corps. do the math.
congratulatio congratulations. >> love the marines. >> it is going to be one of those weekends when i don't want to do anything outside. >> you stay at home. make robert do all the stuff. that's what married life is all about. >> that's right. my poor ben has a soccer tournament all weekend. >> robert is going to be cold taking him to the game. >> i told him grab a warm coat. this is as warm as we're going to be potentially for the next 48 hours or so. >> it's still mostly in the 40s. 39 manassas. that's the cold spot. 45 in martinsburg. 42 in hager town. it'scolder coming. there's your planner then for today. sun is up at 6:45. it will be chilly. in the low 40s. notice, not much of a rise in temperatures today. in fact, temperatures trending downward after
the afternoon. by 8:00 tonight, high school football games, temperature 35. but windchills down in the mid 20s. air temperatures when you wake up tomorrow morning, the wind will be near calm by morning. you'll wake up with temperatures in the upper teens in the shenandoah valley. the low and mid-20s in the city. that would tie the record low temperature at national airport. let me tell you something, it is hard to set record low temperatures at national airport these days. the last time reagan airport set a record low temperature in november was 41 years ago. 1976. it has been a while. so tomorrow will be sunny and cold. but dry if you're headed out to annapolis. it's homecoming for the mid shipman hosting the mustangs of smu. game time temperatures in the 40s. if you're a sports fan, going to the redskins and vikings, temperatures at 50
not quite as cold. there's your ten-day forecast after a cold start tomorrow. chilly for the weekend. maybe a quick shower on monday morning. most of next week on the cool and dry side. let's go into melissa mollet and see how the commute is coming. good morning, chuck. we have a brand new problem here right now. this is the outer loop between connecticut and rockville pike. brand new crash reported. looking at chopper 4. northbound, southbound, you can see everything is looking quite good there through that area. bottom of the beltway, still this thing circled here. why? inner loop before van dorn. just the two right lanes getting by that crash this morning. no problems through prince george's county right now. looking quite good. a reminder. this is in the next couple of minutes. this is something that's going to impact a lot of folks. canal road shut down between fox hall and arizona because of d.c. water storm drain cleaning. 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. as far as your travel times, no major problems in maryland or virginia right now. eun? >>el
we know now when things will affect your commute. v-dot says monday, december 4th. rush hour will be tolled. you'll be able to use the road for free if you have two or more people in the car. they've finally reached a financial agreement that gives a green light to construction of new toll lanes between gainesville and the capitol beltway. after a lot of criticism, trip advisor is rolling out new warning badges to warn you about certain resorts before you book your vacation. consumers complained that the website was deleting negative reviews including crimes at hotels. the new warnings appear in red above hotels reported to have issues like sexual assault, discriminati discrimination. they suggest they do additional research if they're considering staying at that hotel. the first hotels with this badge
>> it's based on user reviews and will be posted for three months. are you one of the millions of iphone users dealing with this frustrating glitch? i know you're mad about it. even if you haven't noticed, other people have had problems with the letter i. >> now apple has a permanent fix for it. landon dowdy at cnbc. finally. >> aaron, eun, i got you covered. aaron, you sound frustrated. i bet you had to refer to yourself in third person. apple fixed it. they released the patch to fix the bug. the glitch changes the letter i to an a and a question mark in some texts. the new update fixes an issue where siri stopped working as well. all good from here on out with your app. >> back to you. >> no weird
things. >> i had problems with siri. we got in arguments, she wouldn't respond. >> landon, thank you. amazon is going all out for the holidays. a brand of pop-up stores at select whole food locations starting this month. as of right now, it doesn't look like any of the stores in our area will take part. shoppers can try out amazon devices before buying them. they'll learn about amazon services and prime membership. starting today, you can actually have breakfast at tiffany's. the luxury jeweler is opening the blue box cafe on fifth avenue. as you can see, the iconic tiffany blue is infused in the pretty blue color. the menu is simple and will change and evolve through the season. according to vanity fair, the coffee and croissant will cost customers $29. >> what? >> it comes with your choice of
avocado toast, truffled eggs or a smoked salmon bagel. if you come to my house, i'll charge you half of that. i'll make you avocado toast, cup of coffee and toast. 15 bucks. the whole -- it's the experience. >> the whole breakfast at tiffany's audrey hepburn. >> maybe i'll pay $30 for that if she's serving it. >> 5:56 right now. how would you like to surprise one of your loved ones with a holiday trip to new york? keep your tv on for a few more minutes and you could win the ultimate experience. >> two tickets to "the tonight show" with jimmy fallon, the rockefeller christmas tree lighting and vip passes to the "today" show and we'll take care of your train and hotels. hotels are expensive in the big apple. >> keep it on during the 6:00 hour for the secret code word. you can find another code
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window. you can see the wind whipping old glory in the front yard. >> we are about to get hit with a powerhouse cold front. i am scared. we're talking temperatures in the teens. teens. >> i have already taken out the snuggie. this is snuggie weather. >> aaron has the snuggie out. you need to post a photograph this weekend. >> yes, we do. >> i know you agree with me. >> take a look at the temperatures. >> take a good look. it is all downhill from here. >> your "news4 today" team is working to get your friday started. we begin with storm team 4 meteorologist sheena parveen with the storm team 4 weather alert. >> break out the snuggie. put it under your jacket today. >> through the afternoon, the winds will make it feel like the 30s. we're going to have sunshine and temperatures in the 40s. the wind will make the difference especially overnight tonight. here's a look at the