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shedding light on amazon's search for a second headquarters and it's sounding likely it could be good for northern virginia. mebody here covers northern virginia. >> i'll get to the bottom of that shortly. thank you for being with us, i'm adam tuss, look who's here.
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>> and i'm david culver, angie goff is off,br celeating ren's birthday. >> the third child. >> let's see what weather will hilook like on sunday. we have lauryn ricketts here. it's been cold. >> it's chilly. tempetures are in the 30s and low 40s. daylight saving time end ed so the sun just now coming up. we have a calm wind and we're continuing to see these calm winds into the day but look at themperatures out side the beltway. we have 40s but outside the belr way teures are in the low 30s sol it wilbe a chilly start
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as you make your way out the door. the good news is that's just clutter. wendare dry right now dry throughout the mid-tliatlantic. we'll talk about when you could see rainin just a little bit. we now know more about the victims killed after ef-1 tornado caused a building collapse in baltimore. take ahalook at t this happened friday night inside the amazon distribution center there. police say andrew lindsay and israel argot were inside the building when the tornado hit. a 50 foot wall fell on top of them. crews found the body under debrison and a crmed ef-1 tornado touched down in mt. airy, maryland. winds knocked over fences and roofs.f parts of the some of the damage was attw th art shopping center. this is the inside of a te.j.
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maxx where a portion of the roof fell dow we're working to hear more about what arlington police are calling a domestic-related homicide. rodolfo riveraurfacingr charges today. officers said she killed natasha rivera. officers found her body inside a crystality hotel room and arrested the suspect. we don't know how the pair arer ted or how the victim was killed. this was a terrifying situation in a falls church stusrbucks. thect is in custody and it ended safely. the man walked into a starbucks claiming he had a boom. our cameras were there toe captur the takedown. police say the man was intoxicated when walked into the starbucks on arlington boulevard. after refusing to leave they say he told employees he had a bomb in his bag. two hours later the man came out of the store and srendered the officers. robots were used to inspect the bwakpack. there not a bomb inside.
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investigators are praising the quick thinking of the starbucks empsyees. >> it very smart move on their part. instead of waiting for us to arrive, they did the right thing by evacuating everybody. >> no word on the charges the suspect will be facing. the pon whoce say posed as a customer has tied to our area. news 4 has learned the suspect there was a former teacher in anne arundel county. he taught english and social stues from 2005 to2007. he resigned the next year. police in tallahasse are tryiin to dete the motive behind friday inight's shootg and investigators say hekilled two women then himself. an assault outside a bar in maryland turning deadly. we have new information about the man killed in the parking lot at theactus flats bar and grill. the frederick county sheriff
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fice says someone attacked robert swan, jr., folks rushed to help him but he died in thep king lot. investigators haven't released information about who assaulted swan. a murder investigation under way at a state prison in anne undel county. police say guards foundavid steven s stevenson dead in his jail cell in the jessup krepcorrectional institution sunday. his job is to put out fires. this morning the prince george'y co firefighter is being held on a $25,000 bond chargedith arson. our news partners at wtopdi saying police charged medic sean christopher roth with three felonies. authorities in york county say e e arson happened in l august. he's been with the department for 19 years. he's on paid administrative leave. >> time is 6:05, daylight saving time. montgomerycounty school
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officials are going to talk about the alleged rape of students inside a damascus room.l they said next week the schools will be talking about the ises of hazing, bullying and harassment to ensure they know the type ofha bor isn't acceptab acceptable. five students face second aegree rape oempted rape charges after school on wednthday. e school says members of the junior varsity team were involved. detectives tell us the four victims are boys. a tough loss for the turves, the team losing their first game since the firing of dj durkin. before kickoff, playeok to a knee around jordanr' mcnai number 79. he di in june during a team wo tkout. ntnceen there have been two investigations io the football program. durkin was reinstated last week but after a day ofoutcry from
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students, fans and politicians ofkin was fired and the he the board of regents aounced his retirement. the team lost to michigan state 24-3. signs pointing to crystal city bei the second location "or amazon's headquarters. the "washington reporting amazon is in advanced discussions to move to north a. dak there are reports the city's top developer have pulled buildingss off the leng market. other reasons the city is so attractive the, metro access, proximity to reagan national o airport anice buildings that are available for use there. last week virginia governor ralph northam told the virginia bureau chief that the state hasu shown amazonlocations in northern virginia. >> whether ameson cho virginia, we have done everything we can to offer them a good package. >> an announcement could come by
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the end of the year and of course it's expected by then. >> and amazon not saying much about this. but let's explore why this is such a big deal. amazon second headquarters expected to bring 50,000 direct jobs. the average salary more than $100,000 a year. the project would be $5 billion investment. we are working for you in the community with a way to help families in need. >> fairfax county i having donation boxes at the reston community center and other locationshroughout the county. donations will be sorted with earmarks for thanksgiving and december holiday meals. >> we give them two boxes rather than running two food drivesba to back, we're running a single drive where we provide enough food for the family t
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get through two months. >>tems not included in the boxes will hope stock the food kntry. if you like toow what items are most needed and where all the dropoff sites are, we have link on the washington app. dust search f drive. 6:09 your time now. a live look outside, you can see the sun trying to peek up.ke lauryn rs tracking the rest of your weekend forecast rest of your weekend forecast and the week ahead for us.
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dave brat said he'd vote to reduce the deficit. i'm abigail spanberger, and i approve this message. but instead, he voted to increase it by $1.9 trillion. why? brat went washington, taking hundreds of thousands from big drug companies, wall street banks, and other corporate special interests and voting to give his big corporate donors big tax breaks, making the next generation pay. dave brat went washington, and all we got was the bill.
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living-donor liver transplants mean less waiting and better outcomes. upmc is the nation's leader in living-donor liver transplants. so, why wait for a liver transplant? call upmc today. upmc. life changing medicine welcome back, it's 6:12. >> it would have been 7:12. >> right. >> the math -- >> ill sit gets me. >> i don't get the whole daylight savingthing. >> see that layer of fog around
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adams heack lauryn ts, driving in it's a little you have it willittle ? >> it was? >> don't listen to me. >> i can't talk about you guys, it should be 7:13. >> oh,ta don' about it like you know. >> look at this beautiful sunrise. >> the sun offially comes up at 6:34. you can see it on therise. we are going to continue to have a beautifulday. nothing happening on the radar. that will change tomorr. we a expecting rain showers. but current temperatures out there, it's chilly in spots, 43 in washington. you can see outsde the beltway we have temperatures in the 30s so chilly this morning. there the sunrise. 6:34. we will warm up. by 9:00 we're almost to 50
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egrees but full sunshine. so if you're headed to church services, maybe sure you grab shades. even if you're headed for leaf ineping, not lo too bad. we have color on those leaves so if you want to head tond sheah valley, today is the day to do it. tomorrow we'll ben the l 60s but we have rain showers throughout the day so we'll start this tonight and you can see the clouds roll in. rain rollsro in by tom morning's commute so rain tomorrow morning and then itts sto move out. then tuesday we have another round of rain that will head our way. tuesday's temperatures are in the 70s but that will scoot out uesday evening. it will be warm on tuesday. temperatures will be in the low 70s. we dry out wednesday and into thursday. more rain expected nextfriday. guys? >> thank you, lauryn, reporters' notebook up next. >> we're back in 15 minutes with
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more of the morning's top stories. see you then. good morning. i'm pat lawson muse. voters go to thels pon tuesday after a busy and aggressive campaign season on the part of a lot of candidates. we start in virginia with tough races in the seventh a 10th congressional districts. in the 10th, polls show democrat jennifer wexton leading republican incumbent barbara omstock, but comstock has beaten tough odds before. joining us this morning are northern virginia bureau chief julie kerry and our own tom sherwood. >> reunited. >> this district was a tossup in 2016. comstock won bysix points. what determines whether or not this seat flips? >> this is the deocrats are most enthusiastic about and are mostconfident that they can flip but as you said, barbara comstock has won tough races before. this race the polls have shown
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jennifer wexton ahead. the comstock campaign says they have internal polls tha show this closer. this is about suburban women turnout. this is a district that stretches from mclean to winchendon. ifry suburban and rural pockets so what jenner wexton will be counting on is especially turning out that loudoun county and western fairfax vote. barbara comsto hoping her reputation for constituent service. she is a wong whom is at countless community nevents. necessarily inviting theed media but hoping that pays off on election y. >> she's tried to distance herself from president trump and tried to be in the middle, a moderate conservive but trump is a big factor. he's never been very popular in virginia and this is the federal
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pay trump wanted to freeze the pay raise, she was on wamu this past monday a week ago saying that was a terrible thing, we ha to protect our hard-working federal workers. those federal workers remember president trump wanted to do and they don't like him. they'll vote against trump as much as they might vote against her. >> another challenge is the fact that because she hasistanced herself from donald trump she also has todistance herself from the top of the republican ticket, and this's cory stewae. so unl jennifer wexton who will be surrounded by all the prominent democratic officials in virginia, barbara comstock does stand alone so that's a change. a lot of republican her district are staunch and strong supporters. but itill be interesting to
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see how the pro-trump people treat her when it comes to election day. >> and a lot of national talk has been about whether suburban omen who were leaning towards the republican party are coming back towards the democrats but in virginia woinn are ru across the spectrum. >> we have a record number of women, in fact. >> and those are the seats that dets are hoping they can flip from red to blue as well so they have put a lot of stock in the female candidates. there are four of them in hotly contested raes. talked to the governor this week and asked for his on predicbout how many he thinks he can flip. he thinks two, maybe three and four on a great night. >> there's a woman running against dave bratt the 7th district, two-term incumbent. this is a sur isingly tight race between brat and democrat abigail span berger. how did it get so tight? that's another seat the 10th direct.
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much like the 10th district, it stretches from suburban pockets to the rural areas. it's down to the richmond suburbs and then up to culpepper d a piece of fauquier county. so imagine how long that is. probably a 100 mile expanse there. so the same sort of voter dynamic at play in that distric abigail spanberger needing to lock up big chunks of those suburban areas and dave brat hoping to hang on the the moderate republins and the pro-trump republicans in that area and then pick up heavily ie rural district. >> we'll come back later but it seems the democrats in virginia having done so well t in statewide 2017 race where they nearly took control in the statehouse in the house si feel really energized from last
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year. there doesn't seem to be any flagging enthusiasm at all for them. >> yeah. and i waswith governor northam this week at an event for jennifer wexton and the first thing he said to volunteers is "are we going to keep the bluew e going?" you asked why the 7th is so tight. well, there were stumbles by the brat campaign early on. his campaign got fahold what should have been confidential background information from federal government personnel files on abigail spanberger and tried to publize those to the media. >> some kind of intelligence backgroun >> even before that, so they got into some hot water over that, that was not received well by voters and there was a one and only debate between the two of them. there's suppoed to be a second debate. dave brat backed out of that but in the debate spanberger had a very strong performance and i think that helped her position. >> i want to go to maryland. the big race is the the one to watch, governor larry
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hogan trying to win a second seat and ben jealous outmatched in the polls and fund-raiusng. a jealin would be a huge upset in this race. we've seen huge early and absentee voting in this race. is it a matter of early turnout or crossover vote. >> it's a matter of democratic base out. ben jealous, the former head of the naacp has little ties to the overall state of maryland. he must have turnout. he's talked about a million voters, maybe voting. but larry hogan, the moderate conservative or conservative moderate governor has outpaced him in fund-raising like 10-1 or 20-1. hogan had outsideer suppo the republican governors association, ben jealous has been so far outdistanced in
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money he can't run a good campaign. he's not even on social media but he says he w-- he was on mu and he said the democratic voters are going to turn out. they like his idea for $15 minimum wage, free community college.w polls sim way behind. it will be an extraordinary upset but i tell people, don't forget in the spring he ran neck in neck and jealous won by 10 percenge points so he sees the vote out there that other peopla e don't see. >> and what have you seen in virginia. >> just li maryland our northern virginia jurisdictions have shattered their absentee voting records from prr midterms. they haven't surpassed the presidential yet but a lot of people are cast issing ear inss
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casting early ballots. but they are publicizing bei able to absentee vote more than they used to.>> nd virginia doesn't have havetee voting but it does early voting. it's a big deal that people vote early and if you get another enthusiastic person who votes a week beforee election. that person may or may not be available on election day to go tohe polls and encourage people. so it's a mixed bag but. >> and it remains to be seen if there are more people turning there are more people turning out just mo
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re i'm jennifer wexton, and i approve this message. ms seen barbara ck's fake ad? jennifer wexton backed a deal leading to massive tolls on 66. nonsense. jennifer wexton fought the tolls on 66. and let's call this plan what it is, the ouy that it's been rolle it's highway robbery. there's also healthcare robbery. barbara comstock voted to sabotage the healthcare market, hiking premiums up to 64%. barbara trumpstock -- everything that's wrong in washington. there arepatrick morriseyes ifiled a lawsuit. to take away protections for people with pre-existing conditions. i voted to protect them. morrisey got rich as a washington lobbyist for opioid companies. my work as your senator took a billion opioid pills off the street. morrisey is simply a "yes" man for the drug companies and the political bosses. i'm considered the most independent senator in washington. i'm joe manchin, and i approve this message.
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one high profile house race in maryland is in theixth district. it's an open seat. even before election day, wealthy democrat david testosterone htrone has made history, he's spen $60 million for this seat. why is he spending that much? >> that's on top of the $13 million he spent two when he ran in a different congressional race that jamie raskin won. he wants in congress. he's been considering running for something for some time and he has the his total wine business, he's a multimillionaire and he has the money to spend. he doesn't seek a t of donations, he's spending his own money. this district goes from upperpa
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s of montgomery county to frederick and western maryland. no one has ever spend that much money. it's a histor expenditure of money and it hurts him in some ways. pe'sple think trying to buy the seat but his republican opponent, who aso ran two years ago has spent a couple million dollars. part of it is from her, part is her husband. so it's a lot of money being thrown around. john delaney holds it now. he's not running because you might not know ts, he's running for president in one of the main long shot cases for him but 's remarkable david trone is spending this much money. >> there re a couple ballot questions i asked you about. how casiil moneybe used in same day voter registration. >> casino money. here's the deal. maryland got thes casi and will get hundreds of millions of dollars and the idea was that money wouldo to education.
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but what happened was -- or what happens is that the money comes in from th casinos for education, that money goes to education and then other moneyo education is taken out and spent somewhere else because they got the casino money. >> is this the lock box? >> th will say t money there the casinos is extra money for educanon. it does't mean you can cut the educatn budget and use casino money. a lot of editorial pages say do not lock the stat into this kind of strict financial rule but that's the point, if you're going to have casino money, it has to go to education and you can't take other money out because you have the casino money. and the other is same-day registration. it's not that odd of a thing in most stalas but ma you cannot register on the day you vot vote. this has been a ten-year fight to get into law that when you get an excite aboutn election and you want to vote, registration died two weeks before so this wouldyo allow
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to register up to election day. >> the u.s. senate race s tim kai -- tim kaine facing cory stewart. why do observers think it will be so easy. is it the oump fa >> it's the tim kaine factor. >> i was going to same the same thing. >> we have agreement on that. >> tim kaine is very popular. virginia voted for tim kaine when he was hillary clinton's runheng mate. been a very popular politician all the way through his career. all the way from his council days mayor days in richmond so he's popular with virginians. then you have corey stewart who has been polarizing figure and only grown more so. >> said he would run a vicious campaign and ha >> right out of the box. a vicious and ruthless campaign. his candidacy seems
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marginalized. polls show that kaine leads not only in a wideap gender with became we leads with men. many are expecting this to be a double digit campaign. not to mention the fact that he has so much money. >> and cory stewart is the flip side of ben jealous in maryland. cory stewart expects trump voters to come out.s he alwxceeds expectations. he nearly got the nomination for governor so corytewart says there are more people who vote for him than show up in the polls and the liberal aedia all that other stuff. but cory hurt himself a lot. it's been a volatile vicious campaignd apublicans are staying away from him. >> and d.c. maor bows put her finger on the scales in a race for an at-large seat held by alyssa silver man. >> mayor bowser got no major opposition this year so she will be reelected to nd se term
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but we have deon reider who is trying to unseat ae lislyssa silverman. the mor doesn't like alyssa silverman so in september she jumped into the race. deon rieder had 2,000 in her campaign. the mayor has gotten her $100,000t she's not that welt known in the city for voters tonow who she is. >> and what duds the mayor have to lose. >> no mayor in the histor of d.c. governments has stood up and said i'm going to take you out as a sitting council member. if the mayor loses that hurts her image. if the mayor succeeds in defeat alyssa silverman, it will make hertronger mayor than she is.
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good citizen tom sherwood, thank you tom. that's reporters notebook. i'm pat lawson muse. news today continues. soldiers arrivg at the border as the migrant caravan continues to move through mexico. but aailed deal south of the border could slow the massive group headed to the u.s. and how about this? a new report says some real estate listings could be a sign that amazon may be getting ready to big a big announcement in arlington count yy. 6:31. lookhe at fog.
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a foggy start to the daylight saving time. >> hopefully everybody got an extra hour of sleep >> no "s." daylight saving time. >> i know this. >> i'm trying to educaou on this. >> thank you. >> thank you for being with us. i'm adam tuss. >> and i'm david lver in for angie goff. quickly regretting at us. >> somebody laughing at us in the lauryn ricketts is playing f ee. >> also, daylight saving time ended. >> what is it? >> it's on we're standard time now. oh. man. either way. it's 6:32. we know that and we know the sun comes up two minutes from w. it's a beautiful morning out there already and we'll continue to have a beautiful day out there as well. blue skies out there today. with the clear sks we had
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overnight it was cold. temperatures are in the low 30s right now. ou can see temperaturare in the low 30s so what are we expecting? today we have blue skies, tomorrow rain, tuesday in >> standard time, gotit an update to a breaking news aory we first brought you yesterday morninut a shooting in northeast d.c. we know it's fatal and a reward is being offered for anyone with information here. h itpened around 6:00in the morning on brentwood road.li say when they arrived on the scene they found 68-year-old nazir ahmad in a gas station shot several times. he later died at the hospital. the red cross trying to help a couple dozen pple find a new place to stay after an apartment fire in reston.
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theire department tweeting out this picture outside an apartment completion on beacontree lane yesterday. firefighters rescued two people. four renidentsd up in the hospital. we're told they should be okay. the fire started in someone's kitchen. 30 people without a place to say. right now the thousands of troops president trump has ordered to the border are creating barriers, putting up barbed wire and fencing in an fort to keep migrants out of the united
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already eclipsed the totals from t 2014midterms. doubled its 2014 early turnout voting. yesterday was the last day of in-perso absentee voting and officials say more than 73,000 people have vot. >> obviously feelings about the president seem to be the largest factor in motivating people to get to the polls for tsday's midterms. >> it should be a big turnout. the sentiment is creating differes campaign sty ear seeing in races in virginia. this is julie carry in loudoun county where the president's policies likely a major factor in the 109 congressional race between barbara comstock and democratic challenger jennifer wexton. with the final week's get out pu the vote beginning, governor ralph northam headline agorally for wexton. >> i'm happy and honored to have the endorsement ofovernor more
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to thumb. >> reporter: comstock had to distance herself on president trump, her focus on where she's worked across the aisle, like opioid funding. >> people want us to work together. >> reporter: but a recent polls underscores the head wind comstock is up against. 10t distr voters view the democratic party more favorably than not. contrast that to their outlook on the republican party where 60% of the polls say they view the gop unfavorably. >> what i find the most devastating for cstock's reelection potential in those datae is independent voters are leaning heavily almost 2-1 a in orover wexton rightnow. >> there's another challenge for barbara comstock. cey stewart could be drag on her, too. unlike wexton who wants incumbent senator tim kaine at her side, comstock wantso separate herself from stewart. still, political analyst mark rozelle and others remiennd comstock's resilience and
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reputation for incumbent services helped her keep her seat to two years ago. >> news 4 is your go-to source 2018.ecision our team of reporters and experts will be working all day election day. tin at 7:30 tuesday night for an nbc 4 election special. that's right after "nbc night news." we'll have the early results as polls close, the updates will come in throughout the evening. ac. tip led police to shut down an ayficers found inside the heads up barbershop fright they confiscated jars full of marijuana as well as a loaded gun. police arrested 17 people here at that shophich is on new yorkavonenue th in intent to distribute and possessing an illegal firearm. d.c. police say an officer was assaulted during the arrest. seing marijuana is a crime in the district but private recreational use is allowed.
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>> be cautious not to speak too soon here, but in matter of days we could learn that crystal city has won the high-stakes competition to land amazon's second headquarters. >> not far from this shot behin reporting that amazon is holding advanced discussion to move to our area. this report says the talks are more details tn discussions the company had with other suitors. crystal city's top realte es developer pulled buildings off the leasing market and an announcement could come after tuesday's midterm election. how about that? derrick ward digging into this one. >> crystal city has seen a renaissance with a strong corporate coercial, governmental and residential presence. as autumnfa leave, speculation rises it could be the home to amazon's new he quarters. the corporation isn't talking,
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neither are arlington officials but people are. >> they blend nicely with the corporations that are here. >> reporter: vacant buildings sale operties once for have quietly come off the market and sources tell the "washington post," also owned amazon owner jeff bezos, that h- higveled a vance negotiations are afoot. so the winds of change could indeed be blowing through crystal city. >> change is the only constant. >> i thinko thatd be great. >> great idea. definitely a greatl ation. >> reporter: amazon could bring as many as 50,000 jobs and all the attendant revenue to the area. some folks in crystal city worry about congestion and other issues. >> housing costs will increase. >> reporter: last week, ralph northamne told ch4's virginia bureau chief that the state has shown amazon four locations in northern virginia. >> whether amazon chooses virginia or not, we have done evething that i thinke can
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to offer them i. >> > think it's great. it's great for the mmunity. jobs. >> an announcement could come as soon as the end of this year. in crystal city, derrick rd, news 4. >> when i say crystal city, you say -- you want know say amazon? >> amazon. that's right. thanks for playing, david. you know what else i playing along if the sun rise. it's day light saving time has ended, e're in standard time now, according to lauryn ricketts. we're back with more news and thather after
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she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexton is the "clear and convincing" choice. "smart, serious and substantive" ... "ms. wexton would be a breath of fresh air" in congress. i'm jennifer wexton and i approved this message because i've worked across party lines to get things done. that's how we can fix congress this year, 2800 people waitwill die waiting.ransplant.. don't wait. find out about living-donor liver transplants at upmc today. living-donor liver transplants mean less waiting and better outcomes. upmc is the nation's leader in living-donor liver transplants. so, why wait for a liver transplant? call upmc today. upmc. life changing medicine before he was attorney general, brian frosh led maryland's fight to clean up the bay.
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so when donald trump's epa attacks our clean water laws, frosh is leading the charge to stop them. attorney general brian frosh. in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. with so much at stake, ben jealous is the bold leader maryland needs. his plans will get our schools back to number one ands the bold leader maryland needs. protect our healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agree. ben jealous has the "courage to move families forward." let us stand upor families let us stand up for our state ben jealous, democrat for governor >> i don't know that patients are getting a true idea of the physician force quality of care that they may have. we have a warning from the news 4ab i-teamout those online patient reviews that you might
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be using to pick adoctor. you see, millions of people check them out every month, but how do you know if you're truth?g the whole >> investigative reporter jodi fleisher digging into fake medical reviews and where they might be coming from. >> reporter: from restaurants and hoe else to landscapers and plumbers, it's rar to buy anything without going online to see what others think. >> when i opened it up, i was shocked. >> reporter: sara lynn marks opened up this review on vita tals.com. not only because she's a doctord she's thector in that review and she can prove it's fake. >> i'm an academic physician. >> reporter: she doesn't see patients. the office address in that review is her home and it had been posted for about two years. >> i sent out a blast e-mail to colleues who are practicing physicians and invariably almost everyone one said th experienced it. >> reporter: and most like dr.
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wendy bernstein are too busy to keep tabs on more than a doz doctor review sites. >> i never thought about doing it. i looked and i realized i was being tr online. >> reporter: one review complained of a long wait in her waiting room. she doesn't have one. she usually meet hearse patients on her way into the operating room. >> i was surprised someone would be so vin dickive the. >> reporter: the i team heard the same thing from doctor after doct after docto prompting the american medical women's association to survey ny havebers to see how found fake reviews and how to treat the problem. >> these reviews are looked at by your medical credentialing departments, they're looked at by insurance providers, they're ed at by your faculty. >> reporter: doctors told the i-team competing offices or disgruntled former employees might be to blame. others think the effort could be more sinister. >yowhen i charge u a lot of money to fix any blemishes that are there.
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>> reporter: several doctors told the i-team they get e-mails from reputation repaies compa right around the same time as those one-star reviews offering to clean up their online image for a price. >> i think it's thual. sounds like it's probably illegal. >> we need to create a platform that's truthful. >> reporter: but when a brookings institution research study asked patients to choose t based on government ratings or online reviews, those doctor review sites carried a lot of weight, especially with female patients. he i think they take them for granted because think the reviews have already been vetted and they are real. >> reporter: this professor warns the government ratings from verified patients often differ from the ones posted online and while fake negative reviews hurt doctors, fake positive reviews can hurt pients. >> it literally a matter of life and death. >> reporter: daniela matzarazzo went online to find a new dentist from her twins. she wanted something other moms recommend.
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>> they helped me know what to expect in terms of whether or not theist will have a long dsit. >> reporter: her loved it. did you have any fear the review you were reading wouldn't be rule. >> i heard of it but it wasn't something that crosse my mind. >> reporter: stu mcfarland says webmd istl const trying to weed out those reviews. they use special filters to identify bias reviewers, key wordssed in fake reviews and dozens of other warning signs. >> if anything shows the review is likely to be sefal, we'll take it down. >> reporter: the site removed the post about dr. mark after ed she conta them but she hope hearse online experience will persuadenpatients who rely reviews to get a second opinion. >> this isn't just about going to see a physician, it's putting your life in someone's hands. >> reporter: the experts say the most likely customers to post reviews are those whore super
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happy or really angry so you rarely get the whole itcture. sn't a bad idea to google the doctor's name with the word "lawsuit" or "disciplinary action" to see what mops up. jodi fleisher, news 4, i-team. you can check out the government rate it is i-team he mentioned. they come from verified patients and other insights on hospitals, doctors and specific medical procedures. follow the link into the nbc washington app. >> can i say this, i don't like daylight saving time. i don't like the whole changing the clocks and switching and everything. now we have to get used to the sun coming up. fron the commute tomorrow will be different. it will get dark at 5:00, rigt? >>yes, 5:04. >> you see this fog? >> he's just ignoring me. >> but that is beautiful. that's gorgeous. comingff the potomac.
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>> i was driving through this. > there's clearly fog out there. >> and that's the weather, everybody. there's fog. if will be a bea day out there right now. we are looking at some gorgeous conditions already. the sun came up about 6:34. look atti the bel pink sky. we'll have wonderful conditions out there today. but if you're thinking about ha washingcar. take your chances. we are going to be dry today but then we have rain showers tomorrow and on tuesday and then again on friday of this week. they look pretty significant rain chances that we're going to have. no rain out there now. it's a beautiful morning out there. currenttemperatures outthere right now, 43 here in washington. 34 in college park. we are going to continue to warm
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up. it's a chilly start so if you're headed off to church one of the races, it will be chilly. but then we'll break t with all sunshine and have blue skies continuing through much ofth day today temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s with a light wind. so grab the sunglasses and a light jacket. ju'll need your rainket for monday and by tuesday you're going to need an umbrella but maybe some short sleeves because those teeratures will warm pretty significantly on tuesday. today only mid to upper 50s. just a little below sasonable so tomorrow look at this, rains wers in the morning, rain showers in the afternoon. they'll taper off into the afternoon and early portion of the evening. despite the rain, those temperatures will be in the low 60s for tomorrow so not looking too bad for tomorrow. a look at your future weather tonight. looking good. so we'll have dry conditions all day. clea skies all day. clouds start rolling in later on tonight and rain chances re
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inse overnight. in fact, by 7:30, you won't be able to see the sunine. we'll have lots of rain in place. then the rain starts to move out of here. 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., just in time for the evening commute. another round of rain comingur way for tuesday and tuesday we could have a few thunderstorms by the afternoon but thatooves of here and then wednesday looking fantastic. temperatures on tuesday low 70s, by wednesday we're back in the mid-60s. we fall an little bit thursday. thursday is still dry but we have rain chances as we get into your friday. saturday and sunday of next week looking good. but temperaturesonly in th but temperaturesonly in th upp
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t, you go into home depot, all the trees are it's unbelievable. nbc's kristen dalghren has tips on to save and get a head start on the hop day shopping ? season can we do thanksgiving >> reporter: gone are the days of waiting until you gobbled your turkey for those black friday deals.t he first ads are already out.l inboxes are fded with exclusive offers and me of the deep discounts usually saved for the day after thanksgiving available right now. >> incredible. >> i love it. it'the best time forme. i love the shop ng. i love the offers you have. >> repoer: that includeseals on big-ticket items from big-name retailers. walmart with 40% off certain items including tech. home depot is running their baili black friday sale and amazon has thousands of discounts already >> the retailers want us to start thinking about going out
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there, getting our products, saving money. >> reporter: major chains are targeting parents'iest concerns -- where to buy the hottest holiday toys nowhat toys "r" us have shut its doors. walmart is stocking up their selection by 40% online,target adding 000 square feet of space. >> as much as we see these holiday advertisements bombard us asearly as november. it's the right te for retailers to start targeting the consumer. part of the reason why ish becausey want the consumer in the stores and shopping online so they can get rid of that inventory. a few things to keep in mind to take advantage of the deals
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led the fight to stop them, defending our gun safety laws to protect the people of maryland. attorney general brian frosh. e damage from the deadly storms jaw dropping. a tornado in maryland touched down and we m leare about two people killed. police praising starbucks employees for keeping customers safe after a man allegedly said he had a bomb on him. a new report shedding ligon amazon's search for a second headquarters and it's sounding likely it could be good news for northern virginia. we'll be keeping our eyes on th that. ed by the endexpe of the year. >> good news economically. what about traffic wise?
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>> welltraffi we'll see. 7:00 on daylight saving time has end we're trying to get to the bottom of that. 'm adatuss. >> i'm david culver in for angie goff. feels like 8:00. >> get to lauryn. get to> lauryn. i think we did just figure it out. it >> you told me and i'm apeciati appreciative. >> i don't know what the big - stery is but it's 7:00 >> i'm leaving. >> will you get coffee. come back and bring us coffee. it's a beautiful morning. blue skies, this is what you'll see throughout the daytoday. the sun came up about 6:34 but, ng time e, daylight sa has ended. as adam was saying and the sun goes down a little after:00 today. so keep that in mind. otherwise, ifd ou're hea
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church services, grab those sunglasses and even lea pe ing, we started to get this nice colhe out. >> it's a good day to go out to the shenandoah valley. we are mild inside the district, 43, ut look at that. out side the beltway temperatures are in the low to mid-30s. patchy frost might greet you on morning.day we'll talk rain chances because we have rain chances tomorrow and tuesday. we'll time it out and let you know when to expect that rain coming up in a few minutes. guys. >> lauryn, thank yo very much. we know more ac victims killed after an ef-1 tornado caused a building collapse in baltimo. this happened friday night inside the amazon distribution center. police say andrew lindsay and israel argot were insi the building when the tornado hit.
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a 50 foot wall fell on top of thei one victim at the hospital, crews found the other body inside al that debris. and a confirmed ef-1 tornado touched down in mt. airy, maryland. aerial video frombove showing the aftermath here. the winds knocking over fences and taking of roofs. some of the worst damage was at the twin arch shopping center. a viewer's cell phone video shows inside a t.j. may where can see a portion of the roof collapsed and some water startedin flooding meantime, we are still working to learn more about what arlington police areg call domestic-related homicide. rodolfo r mvera facider eharges this morning. >> let's you in northern virginia right now. fall's church. a terrying morning ending
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safely. a man walked into a starbucks and claimed he had a bomb. our cameras captured the dramatic takedown. saying come out with your hands up.ou fairfax cy saying this man wased intoxicathen he walked into this starbucks on arlington boulevard yesterday afternoon. aft refusing toleave, they say he told employees he had a bomb in his bag. two hours later, the man came out of the store and surrendered to officers. robots were used to inspect the backpack. police praising the quick thinking actions of those starbucks employees. >> it was a very smart move on their part. tstead of waiting for us to arrive, they didhe right thing by evacuating everybody. >> no word on the charges the suspect could be > facing. me is 7:04. the man who police say posed as a customer and then opened fire a yoga studio has ties to our area. the suspect, scott bierly, was a former teacher in anan adrun l
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dell -- an adun dell county. investigators say he killed two women and turned t gun on himself. w about the man killed in the parking lot of the cactus flats bar and grill. the sheriff's office says someone attacked robert swan, jr., folks rushed to help him but he die the parking lot. investigators have not released any informaon about who assaulted swan. >> and this morning a murder investigation is under way at a state prison in anne arundel county. maryland state police say guards found david stevenson dead in his cell at the jessup correctional institution. they haven't said how he died but iestigators eidhave identified a suspect. >> his job, to p out fires. this morning a prince george's county firefighter is being held
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on a $25,000 bond. the charge -- arson. our news partners at wtop radio are reporting that medic sean christopher roth was charged with three felonies on friday. authoriti in york county say the arson happened in late august. he's been with the department for 19 years. he's on paid adm leave. ve and montgomery county school officials are going to address the alleged rape of students inside a damascus high school locker room. superintendent dr. jack smith released a statement yesterday saying in part next week montgomery public county schools will be speaking with students across t country about issues of hazing, bullying and harassment to ensure they know this type of bavior is not acceptable and they know how to report it if they see or experience it. five student s faceond degree rape or attempted rape charges. police say the incident happened after school wednesday. school says members of the junior varsity football team were involved. detectives tell us the four victims are boys.
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a tough loss for the turves, the team losing their first game yesterday after the firing of football coach dj durkin. before kickoff, players taking e knaround jordan mcnair's number 79. the player died in june following a team workout. since then, there have been two invesllgations into the footba program. durkin was reinated as head coach last week, but after a day of outcry from students, fans, everybody politicians weighing in, durkin was fired and the headff the board o regents announced his retirement. the team lost to michigan state 24-3. a lot of excitement in northern virginia right now. signs pointing toward crystal city possibly being the secondd uarters for amazon. the "washington post" porting that amazon is in advanced discussions to move to northern virginia. the report points out the city's top real estate deloper has pulled buildings off the leasing market some other reasons the city could be so attractive, metro access, proximity to the reag national airpor and office buildings that are ready
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f use. last week, ralph northam told julie carey that the state has shown amazon four locations in northern vginia. >> whether amazon chooses virginia or not, we have done everything that i think we can to offer them a good package. >> an annncement is expected by the end of the year. >> in an exclusive sitdown, alexa is telling all. no, amazon isn't saying anything .bout th they're remaining tight-lipped. let's explore why this is such a big deal. it's expected to bring about 50,000 direct jobs, the average salary more than $100,000 a year. the project would be a $5 billion investmenin our area. >> i'm going home and asking alexa. >> you just woke them all up. >> alexa. today hundreds of pple are helping spread the message of lung ncer awareness. breathe deep d.c. is hosting an event that starts at 10:30, check in andon registra is at
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little power. >> but it's become a directiof he battle ground of sools no matter where you live. >> reporter: so ny people are racing to work or racing home that in this year's election ason joe wheeedon has to get their attention. he's running for. d.c state board of education. >> i've been working with the community there. >> reporter: the campaign is tougher than he imagined. why? money is flooding into this race from all across t country. >> we've got to be on the ground working hard to make the connections across the words. >> reporter: his challenger, former teacher jessica sutter has raised even more.
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$20,000. ou found to your credit too 250 plus peoptole write a check for you. does that surprise you? >> it hd me. >> reporter: the war rests are bigger across town, withca idates raising 45,000, even 65,000. >> in order to win, elections cost money. >> reporter: d.c.'s state board of education is much different than the school boards. this board can't make policy. they can't hire or fire the chancellor. they can't make the school calendar. its vole really obscure. created in 2007 as pa a of mayoral overhaul of education in the district, the d.c. state board ofducation can only approve or disapprove of changes made by veher d.c. goment officials. the i-team pored through more than 1,000 donationsnd found donors from nearly two dozen states cut checks to d.c. candidates in this and that's not counting spending by special interest groups. >> it really should be about local concerns.
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>> reporter: this former teacher said she had go idea how expensive it would be. she raised more than $30,000 for ehind en seat but lags her opponent jason andrian and last-minute challenger has raised $16,000. >> it's become an arms race. >> reporter: she's been endorsed by the washington tea union and wants to put a cap on charter schools. she used to sit on the -- andrian says the public versus chart debate isn't w it's about. >> i'm pro kid. >> reporter: similar debates and fund-raising wars are raging across the district. the teacher's union is backi zachary parker who raised $45,000. the local democrats forca eduon reform endorsed his opponent, adrian jordan who raised $18,000 and weedon's opponent jessica sutter received the endorsement of democrats foa
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eon reform. she taught and worked in charter schools. >> almost 50% of the students in the city go to charter. this isn't some fringe reement. >rter: the candidates are focus odden the fall festivals and forums, convincing skeptical voters like michael turner the relatively o cure board can make a difference. >> there seems to be talk about the board of education but i don't have a senthat they do anything. >> reporter: a lesson this election season, getting your attention even for down ballot races can be down right expensiv expenarive. >> to ore about that jazzy music and learn more about news 4 item stories,check out our app and click on "investigations." the time is 7:15, the sun is up an hour later.ou >> got that right. no question mark there. >> still throwing me. o the time change gets me. but it's 7:15. hope your clocks ar adjusted by
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this point. this point. are back with more newe wswhen the nra tried to overtn maryland's assault-weapons ban, attorney general brian frosh led the fight to stop them, defending our gun safety laws to protect the people of maryland. attorney general brian frosh. kaine: weliberty and justiceto a flag not for some, but for all. i want a virginia that works for all, with economic opportunity and a chance for a good life. i'll work with anyone to build that virginia. we can't let our leaders divide us because we're all americans. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message because if we ask our kids to say these words... teacher and children: ...one nation under god, indivisible... ...we have to be willing to live by them.
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am i saying it well, l'chaim? l'chaim. maybe you're making merry. l'chaim! or maybe you're making cocoa. don't spill it. maybe you're with the family you got. (all) ooh! or maybe the one you've chosen. it's culture salad. maybe there's lights... there's definitely lights. maybe there's one less this year. or maybe one more. (singing) our holidays don't all look the same. and maybe that's what makes us great. make the dream yours. ikea. it can be frustrating to wait for airplane. >> but crews who fly emergency a flash.swoop in and are gone in
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>> reporter: police and fire vehicles block traffic as fairfax 1 comes in for an interstate landing.r someone fu a car accident and in bad enough shape that the speed and clear path of a held continuer are the best options to save a life. >> everything you find in an ambulance you find on board here. >> reporter: rob murray is a fairfax police tactical flight oficer, part of an elite group trainedce officers cross as paramedics. he showed us around the chopper equipped with what you would xpect, the heart monitor and a wall of supplies to stabilize a atient. >> we haveual tubes we use. >> reporter: but equipped with more advanced tools to save someone's life. >> we have kits that allow us to decompress their chest should they have damaged lungs andto nd release the pressure from . eir che >> reporter: fairfax 1 missions are fln with a pilot and two officer paramedics whose training is in murray was a cop for more than 20 years before choijoining theo
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team. >> we come back to the helicopter division for the aviation training so it an 18-month process. >> these are expensive, complex machines.ke >> reporter: mmountjoy came back as one ofhe county's civilia pilots, the status necessary to willing to 1,000 hours behind the controls of a chopper before you can fly medevac missions. >> my job is to evaluate the ather, where we'll be going, the hazards once we get there. can i make the landing safely and leavesafely? >> reperor: the helicopter division can respond to a half dozen calls on any given day, most traumas, car accidents and the like. but murray says when seconds count for burn patients, for example, the traffic-avoiding helicopter is priceless and then paramedicsoard can do things paramedics on the ground aren't allowed to do. >> wher we're able to administer medications, to sedate a person,n to t paralyze them and insert a tube
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in order to breathe for them, it's important to get that airway established prior to there being more swelling or damage. >> reporter: the work has its helmets and intercom systems make it rmpossible to hea what's going on with a patient in the chopper but these experts are trained to overcome that and do what it takes to safe lives. aaron gilchrist, news 4. most of northern virginia s certified private medevac company bus the fairfax policei hter division serves as a backup for agencies across our reon. >> very cool stuff. time now 7:21. now daylight saving time has ended. time. tandard >> it's standard time. it ended at 2:00 a.m. >> we've been having this discussion f 90 minutes. >> at 2:00 we went back to 1:00? is that what happened? >> i wasn't up at 2:00 but i think -- now i'mco fused. it's 7:21.
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it's a niceday. >> it's cold. >> chilly. >> a little bit. we have temperates in theow 30s in spots. so it's going to be chilly as we continue through the day today. but we are goien to have of sunshine. we are warming up over the next two days so temperainres will be the 60s tomorrow and then we're in the 70seson y. the only caveat, though, is we have rain in the forecast. no rain out there today. it's a beautiful view outside. that sun camep just a little under an hour ago at 6:34. the official sunrise in d.c. so we have blue skies out there and but showers monday then even more rain for your tuesday and then we return to sunshine. c we haar skies thanks to high pressure in charge but i widen this outs. frontal system to the south. that will lift into our area and bring rain showers with it so we are expecting showers but we
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have a 1-2 punhen another chance of rain and a few thunderstorms on tuesday.k take a l at these chilly temperatures. 43 in the district but outside osthe beltway t temperatures are in the low to mid-30s so it's chilly. temperatures warming into the upper 50s, lower 60s. with a much lighter wind and blue skies. if you're headed to the redskins game 1:00 fedex field, we are looking at plenty o sunshine. those temperatures are going to be in the mid-to.pper 50 a great day for a football game. as far as our future weather is concerned, today is dry and sun sunny.ai you'll have for the monday morning commute but it looks to get out of here by o 3:00 4:00 then we keep the cloud cover going into monday overnight but another round of rain comes tuesday. tuesday even a few showers and thunderstorms. that gets out of here butte
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eratures will be warm. it's going to be rainy out there throughout the day so your roadr conditions your monday morning commute are going to be wet and rain should be out of here by tomorrow night but then tuesday morning we have rain tuesday afternoon. sunshine returns on wednesday.te peratures will be in the mid-60s and by thursday we keep things dry, another chance of rain on friday. rain on friday. next weekend
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>> okay, okay! >> what? no. don't do it, lauryn. that's our brave lauryn lauryn ricketts. she rappelled down 16 storieso raise money for special olympics athletes in maryland. she got support from pat cot lins. he was read to catch her if she fell. >> no, he wasn't. >> did youook down. >> yeah. >> you d? >> i didn't when i was standing up there but did -- >> who were you hugging? you don't know those people. >> sheas just hap to be back on the ground. >> exactly! i was giving hu everybody. i tell you one thing, i s rad-- spelledwr rappellingg all over my facebook and social media feed but they're like sit
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back iaro yourss and you're sitting 16 stories above. my feet were shaky. >> but you're here. >> i'm here. >> you mada >> it w so glad. that's the epitome of working for you, n.lau >> thank you. >> when we come back, yoma rylans 95% of nancy floreen's money comes from wealthy developers. that's why she's abandoned the democratic party and is running against marc elrich-- the democratic nominee for montgomery county executive. marc has always stood with communities who expect developers to address the problems they create ...like traffic congestion, over-crowded schools, and lack of parks and green space. the candidates... nancy floreen, the developer's choice. marc elrich, the people's choice.
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he turnebusinessman. naacp. ben jealous. "marylander of the year". endorsed by president obama for his "vision, experience and courage to move maryland forward." ben's vision: medicare-for-all,
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deadly. violence at a northeast gas station taking a grim turn after gunfire breaks ould srs arriving at the border as the migrant caravan moves through mico but a failed deal south of the border could slow the massive group headed >> the u.s. and a new report says some real estate listings could be a sign that amazon may be getting ready to make a big announcement in arlington county. welcome in on this sunday morning at7:31. thank you for being with us, i'm adam tuss. >> and david culver. angie goff enjoying the morning off, celebting her child's first birthday. >> third child. >> third child's first birthday. >> keep track here. happy birth i do day to ren. it's also the end of day light saving time, the start of standard time and a cool morning. >> it's a cool morning as temperatures are struggling to make it into theupper 30s in a lot of spots so a little chilly
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out there, evenst patchy fr out there. it's a beautiful sunday morning. look at this., gaithersbeanassas in the low 30s at this moment so it's chilly out there. no rain, high pressure in. char so we're thinking high thin clouds out there. but this is on the way. frontal systll be lifting through our area. we'll talk about c when see rain. that's coming our way but a warmup is also coming our we'll show you that on the 10-day forecastte in 15 mi an update to breaking news we first brought you yesterday morning about a shooting in . northeast we now know it's fatal dan a reward is being offered for anyone with information. this happened yesterday around 6:00 in the morning on brentwood road. police tell us when they arrived they found 68-year-old nazir
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ahmad in a gas stationh sot several times. > the red cross is trying to help folks find a pce to stay after an apartment fire in reston. the fire department tweeted out this picture on beacontree lane. four residentsnded up in the hospital. we're told th seyuhold be okay. the fireeotarted in s's kitchen. >> thousands of trips that president trump has ordered to the border are getting there, creating barriers, putting up barbed wire and fencing and this is part of an effort to keep the migrants out of states.ed they're the first wave of up to 15,000 troops the president hopes will help secure the southern border. upthe closest g of the three mignt caravans is still an estimated 700 miles away from the u.s. border. to be ourney is expecte even slower after a mexican state governor suddenly pulled his offer of buses.
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more than 30 million americans have cast tir ballots. early voting numbers have eclipsed the totals from the 2014 midterms. virginia has doubled its 2014 strly voting turnout. friday was the l day of in-person absentee voting in fairfax county. 4 ne is your go to source for 2018. our team of reporters a experts will be working for you all election day long. tune in at 7:30 tuesday night for an nbc 4 election special after "nbc nightly news." we'll have the earlyresults as polls begin to close and the updates will come throughhe evening all the way through news 4 at 11:00. >> very busy. aip led d.c. police to shut down an illegal marijuana party. take a look at what officers found inside th heads up barbershop.
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they confiscated jars full of marijuana as well as a loaded n police arrested 17 people at the shop on new york avenue in northeast. charges include possession with the intent distribute and possessing an illegal firearm. d.. police say an officer was assaulted during the arrest. selling marijuana i a crime but private recreational use is allowed. >> i want to stress, this is n guarantee, but in a matter of days we could, could, learn that ystal city has won the high-stakes competition to land amazon's second headquarters. > certainly a lot of speculation around crystal city. the "washington post" now reporting that amazon is holding advanced discussions to move to our area. this report says the talks are more detailed than the discussions the com has had withth oer suitors. t city's top real estate has pulleduildings offhe leasing market and an announcement could come after tuesday'ste m elections. derrick ward is bigging into this and has more. >> reporter: crystal city has
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seen a renaissance with a strong orporate, commercial, governmental and residential presence. as autumn leaves ll, speculation rises it could be the home to amazon's new headquarters. for now, the corporation isn't talking, neither are arlington county officials butsi rents and patrons are. >> a good reputation and they blend nicely with the koormgss are here. >> vacant buildings and properties and sources tell the "washington post" th high leveled a vanced negotiations are afoot so the winds of change could be blowing through crystal city. >> change is the only >>constan i think that would be great. >> great idea. definitely a great location. >> reporter: amazon could alson brs many as 50,000 jobs and all the attendant revenue to the area. some folks in crystal city worrn aboutstion and other issues. >> housing costs will increase. >> reporter: last week, ralph
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northam told channel 4's virginia bureau chief julie carey that the state has shown amazon fourin location northern virginia. >> whether amazon chooses virginia or not, we have done everything that i think we can to offer them a good package. >> still, people get excited about the good things should mazon land in crystal city. >> i think it's good. i think it great. >> reporter: an announcement could come as soon as the end of this yeaal in cryscity, derrick ward, news 4. a lot to keep track of there. meantime, we are working for you in the community with a way to lp families need this holiday season. al fairfax county is jump starting the anffort by the nonprofit cornerstone with donation boxes at the reston community center. they have other locationsut throughe county as well. the donations would be sorted wh some earmark for thanksgiving and december holiday meals. >> we give t them boxes, it could be they're celebrating whatever they aret celebg in december rather than running two
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food drive back-to-back were running a single drive where we provide enough food for the family to get thugh two months. >> items not included in the holiday boxes will help stock cornerstones food pantry. if you'd like to know what items are most needed and where the dropoff sites are, we have links in the nbc washington app.ch just sea food drive. a new bride thought a maryland businesscould help her make sure her wedding dress would always be safe. but after sending it here to be preserved she got silence when she tried to get it back. thatuns l, who else, thatuns l, who else, consumer reporter sunsa h this isn't an election.
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it's a declaration. that when they attack who we are. owe show what we're ma and we don't stand back- we stand up. for women's rights. for health care. ut for our kids fes. the washington post says david trone is detailed, studious and no-nonsense-- an excellent successor to john delay. there's no sitting on the sidelines. nome. not you. not now. the best choice, by a mile, is mr. trone. on november 6th. vote. david trone for congress. i'm david trone, i approve this message. i waso i'm used tor, getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of patients who are counting on me. many of them worry about president trump taking away protections for pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i have a friend named ben. ben is a national leader who's protecting obamacare from president trump.
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he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin and i approved this message. welcome back, folks thes nb to a desperate plea from a newlywed cup. >> they claimed their wedding dress was betag held h by a maryland company. >> 1500 miles away and feeling helpless, they reached out to
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susanhogan. here's whathappens. >> we got married on june, 2017. >> reporter: the bride was radiant in her >> it's like a fit and flare ess with cap sleeves. >> reporter: a few months after walking down thaisle, angelica started thinking about getting her gown preserved. the number of imperial gown preservation was on a slip inside her dress. >> i office this it was sewn in the dress, that they must know what the best care for this dress is so i decided to go with them. >> reporter: she shipped the dres to the company in maryland for a quote. a couple weeks later angica and jesus agreed to pay $600 for the service but they asked for a payment plan. the owner of imperial gown told couple they could
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everything and never ran the card. >> reporter: the couple says they called, e-mailed and texted the owner for weeks and when they didn't get a response, the filed a complath the attorney general's office in maryland. the consumer protection divisiot tried to con imperial gown but closed the case when the owner never responded. >> i said, you know what? i think we're not going to see d thisress again but let's seema what we can do. >> reporter: not ready to give up. jesus contacted nbc 4 responds. we reache out to the owner of imperial gown preservation. he called usack rightaway and told us he would contact jesus
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and angelica a couple of weeks later, they not only got their gown back but they got th job done for half the price. >> just the fact that he answered the phone call and then started responding to e-mails and that we got a tracking number. complete shock. like this is not what we've been dealing with for a year. >> so w?at happened he when susan and the consumer team started digging, they found out this couple isn't the only one who had trouble getting in touch in recent months. >> something the owner ac oowledged saying during recent move to a new location and with unexpected family health issues in this family owraed and od business, we became terribly delinquent in s with more o ca than a few of our clients. imperial gown and i as the president deeply regret we caused any client to wonder and worry. >> nbc 4 responds haseld our
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viewers recover more than 1.8 million. >> if you have a consume issue, go to our nbcwashington.com area/responds and you can get in touch with her there. 7:44 is the time. let's give you a live look outside on this su morning. a beautiful (blue danube playing) uh, houston? have a problem... (blastoff) (humorous rocketing sounds) is diarrhea taking you on unwanted adventures? aresq. to the rescue. i'm jennifer wexton, and i approve this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? jennifer wexton backed a deali leading to m tolls on 66. nonsense. nnifer wexton fought the tolls on 66. and let's call this plan what it is, the way that it's been rolled out. it's highway robbery. there's also healthcare robbery.a to sabotage e healthcare market, hiking premiums up to 64%. barbara trumpstock --
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another halloween has come and gone. dressing't up i always possibly for children wi disability disabilitiey sies? >> reporter: there's no spells to substitute for sweat, youn' t just snap your fingers for magic. just ask brian mcnulty building a jeep for a 15-yr-old quadriplegic. >> is is the door hinges. >> reporter: the costume is made of foam that sits on a frame. it has to fit around a wheelchair and move with it. >> where i'm sitting, that'she kevin would be sitting. >> reporter: you'll meet seven in a second. but first, what's been the hardest part of putting this together? >> fitting and movement. his msar >> it's not just any jeep. it's the jeep from jurassic park. >> must go faster.ep
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>> rorter: have you looked at the scenes from the movie? >> you wowldn't believe many threen shots i have. >> reporter: from images he started sketching and tossing any ideas that didn't . wo >> we built this specifically for caregivers to be able to walk into. >> reporter: brian volunteers for a nonprofit that builds epic costumes for kids like >> the amngaz thing with magic wheelchair is they will see the costume fir and they won't see the disability. >> kevin -- look atthat! that's for you. >> this is fantastic.: >> reportervin is non-verbal but it's s mom jessica at a loss for words. >> it's hard to get c astume for him to enjoy halloween. i don't have any words. >> i'm just grateful.
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so grateful. >> reporter: that's whenalyou e the magic isn't in the wheelchair but in this mome . >> gojob, buddy. >> reporter: chris lawrence, news 4. >>hat is so cool. >> great story. >> looks like your jeep, too. >> oh, yeah! >> he did a great job with that. >> a fantastic job wit t. >> no top-down weather on the jeep today because it's cold out there. >> it was like 70 degrees for one day. way too much work for that. > but you have a 70 in the forecast. >> but i have rain on that day. let's show you what's going on. we have blue skies out the door.
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again, all across nbc washington viewing area just beautiful. it's going to be a gorgeous day. this is what it will look like all day.an if you to go ahead and gth car washes, think again. we're dry today but we have showers tomorrow and maybe a few thunderstorms as we getnto our tuesday and dry again for your wednesday and thursday. but we are dry today. it will be a beautiful y, it won't be breezy at all.pe tetures will be in the mid to upper 50s. temperatures out there right now chilly to start, 43 in washington. low 30s in a lot of spots so you'll be dealing with patchyst fbecause we have clear skies last night that allowed the temperature to werop. are dry. now this is what's coming our way. he rontal system just to west of us. that will be moving into our area as we head into your day
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tomorr tomorrow. so tomorrow we'll have rain for the morning commute but i believe it will be out tomorrow afternoon through tomorrow e ng. let's look. we start this at 8:00 p.m. tonight. so today will be dry, beautiful. clouds roll in later on tonight, rain rolls in rnoht. by tomorrow's commute, we'll have rain showers thl continue until about 3:00, 4:00. the evening commute will be dry rain.e get another shot of a warm front will lift through the area so we'll be warm but we'll have showersand thunderstorms. those should be out into tuesday evening by 7:00 or 8:00. tuesday will be breezy and warm but temperatures will be around 70 but we have that rain. we stay in the 60s on wednesday, plenty of sunshine. and we have clouds in place, temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s.
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another chance of a good shot of rain for friday. almost every model is in agreement. those temperatures drop ignificantly as we get into your specifically. nday's daytime high in the upper 40s. so certainly feeling like fall and almost winter as we head n inxt weekend. we've got more news on thele
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ion reaction, more big earnings and no christmas cheer, all in the week ahead. after the nation vote, the markets will react as investors dige midterm election results and what they mean for the president's business and economic agenda. media companies lead the week's earnings calendar with reports from disney 21st century fox and discovery. also watch cpaker qualcomm and video gamer ma activation blizzard. we'll find outfr onay when the university of michigan releases its latest survey about consumer sentiment. it remains near the 14-year high set back in march. finally, thanksgiving isek still away, but a new christmas movie is almost here. the grinch is back with a new plan to steal christmas and e'll be in theaters next friday. the movie is from illumination, the same studio that put the minions on screen. illumination and cnbc are bothn of comcast.
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early estimates call for a $50 million opening weekend. i'ni domchu, get all your business news on cnbc. >> not ready for christmas justy . 7:56. here are four things you need to know on this monday morning. signs pointing toward crystal city possibly being the city for amazon's second he adquarters. the "washington post" reporting that amazon is in advanced discussions to move to northern virginia. the report points out the city's ffp real estate developer has pulled buildings the leasing market. you can help families in need for the holiday season. fairfax county having their annual effort by the nonprofit cornerstone. dozens o donation boxes are lted throughout the county. you can learn for the nbc washington app. today is breathe deep, d.c.'s 5k walk and fun run to raise money for lung cancer s rch. the race starts at the smithsonian metro stop on the national mall at 10:30. our own doug cammer is hosting. two days from election day, be sure to tun in for meet the
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press. check and the panel in new yorku will be ding the final push to tuesday's midterms. that starts at 10:30 after news 4 today. 43 degrees. it's cold. >> it's chilly and that's at reagan. outside the belt way we have temperatures at the low to mid-30s. we e warmingup, temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s. we have rain moving in overnight. we'll have rain showers for the morning commute. it should be dry for the eveninu c but another shot of our rain headed for tuesday. >> and some leaves are startedistarteing startedistarteing to change. kaine: weliberty and justiceto a flag not for some, but for all. i want a virginia that works for all, with economic opportunity and a chance for a good life.
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i'll work with anyone to build that virginia. we can't let our leaders divide us because we're all americans. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message because if we ask our kids to say these words... teacher and children: ...one nation under god, indivisible... ...we have to be willing to live by them. teacher and children: ...and justice for all. before he was attorney general, brian frosh led maryland's fight to clean up the bay. so when donald trump's epa attacks our clean water laws,
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frosh is leading the charge to stop them. attorney general brian frosh. montgoto three generations of elrich's. we love it here. but we have to work to keep it great, like fixing transit and traffic for commuters like my son-in-law. increasing open space where my grandchildren and yours can play. and reducing classroom sizes for all our kids. that's why our next county executive has to require developers to solve the problems their developments create.
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as county executive, that's exactly what i'll do for every generation. down. you cannot end birth right citizenship. one of the most important our lives.n you can vote and you can vote. or goodng and welcome to "sunday today" on this november 4th. i'm willie geist. we are two days away from the mid term elections, historically a rebuke of the sitting president. at this pointsi in pnt obama's first term democrats lost 63 seats in the house of representives and six in the senate in what the president mously called a shellacking. president trump is working hard

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