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another day of growingg fires br asahier death toll, and now more than 1300 people are unaccounted pfor. k police killed an unarmed driver when he didn't get out of car. one year later, the family says police haven't answered questions about what happened that night. >> long lines outside capital nae are and fans paying thousands f tickets. not for a concert, for michelle obama's book tour. that and more going on on this sunday morning. thanks for being here. i' adam tuss. >> and i'm angie goff. t-shirts and everything. it looks like we have made it to
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sunday and -- >> well, judging by the calendar. >> good morning, everyone. it looks like another dry day. >> and a bit chilly this morning. >> definitely on the cool side. mainly because we had clear skies, mostly clear, i should say, so temperatures were able to drop into t 20s and 30s out there so it's cool when you wake up on this sunday morning.lo ing over reagan national airport you can see skies back there. dark, but we have clear skies t there and that's what allowed temperatures to drop so much. cutuently tempes 36. we went down a degree just now but you can see we have clear skies, maybe clouds out there but nothing on the radar. we're headed to 50 degrees once again today. 52 will be the daytimehigh. more clouds today. yesterday we scoured out those clouds, had sunshine out there. we'll let you know when we can see rain because 's coming
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sooner than you think. the thanksgiving forecast coming up a in few minutes. >> thanks, lauryn. a possible disputeetween neighbors may have led to a shooting in wood bridge. prince william county police officers found a 20-year-old man shot at a home on tassia lane. the shooter is in custody. more somber news out of california now and the fierce fight against those wildfires. the death toll and list of peop missing continues to grow. right nfficials say at least 76 people are dead and 1300 are miss there is mounting concern about dangerous winds in the next few days president trump toured the devastated areas to see the damage that theseassive wildfires have caused. >> this is very sad t see. as far as lives are concerned, nobody knows quite yet. they're up to a certain number but we have a lot of people that aren't accounted for. >> some residents have been able
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to return home while many others are staying inshelters. >> efforts are under way to help thousands of pets displaced by the fire find new homes. volunteers say at least 2000 animals were left behind or separated from t owners as people evacuated. it's been one year since an unarmed man was shot and killed by u.s. parkis police and families are families of bijan ghaisar's car was rear ended b a uber driver but he didn't stop and park police chased him. looking at police dash cam, it appears officers stopped the car and shot into the jeep but g didn out. his family wants the unnamed police officers to face consequences. >> if you break the trust of the communities you parole, if you violate someone's right to life
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and civil liberti you must be held accountable. >> the case is under investigation by the fbi. the family filed a $25 million lawsuit against the u.s. government and the officers, also degate eleanor holmes norton and congressman don bier are pushing for federal l enforcement officers to wear body cameras. florida appears to know whoa its next governor will be. yesterday democratic candidate andrew gillum conceded the race to ron desantis although the race has not been officially called, the recount results showed the margin between both candidates was not enough for a manual recount. president trump praised gillum on twitter calling the democrat a force to reckon with. gillum was the first african-american nominee for florida's governor in state history. today we could find out if a hand recount could determine the outcome in florida's senate outgoing florida republican governor rick slot has a slim
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lead over democrat incumbent bill nelson. final talese are datallies are o electionicials say the margin between both candidates hasn't changed remuch. dent trump says a full report will be released in the next two days of a saudi journalist. the cia concluded crown prince mohammed bin salman gave the order to kill jamal khashoggi but now the u.s. state department disputes that report. khashoggi was killed at the audi consulate in turkey and saudi arabia's top diplomat said the crownrince had nothing to do with it. violence on t streets of philadelphia. police breaking up several fights near a venue where a right ring group was meeting yesterday. the clashes between demonstrators and counterprotesters ending in four arre orests. a d.c. churclines a plan for parishioners should
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someone open fire. yesterday churcde l held active shooter training at temple of praise church i southeast. instructors showed people how to pack a wound and use a tourniquet.er have been forced to be more proactive when it comes to safety. >> we wanted to do this because it was necessary for us to protect our congregants and provide information for them and knowledge just i case. >> the d.c. government and other churches are trying to ensure that so-called soft targets aren't so easily victimizn. >> less t a week before thanksgiving, an unofficial start to theolidays with return of ice at national harbor. this is frozen fun for the whole family, featuring a charlie brown christmas. in you blue parka you can take a ride down the ice slide. through two million pounds ofce carved i rescovered the
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meaning of christmas with the peanuts gang. high flying acts fill the air where you can watch performers from cirque dreams unwrapped and they have the tree that returned. also back this year, the christmas village with santa and mrs. clause. those were my kids . joying >> i put two and two together. >> don't worry if you can't make it this weekend because gala's national holiday events run past christmas through january 1. so much f t kids do. >> excellent. atmosphere festive at capital one arena. not for a sporting event or b concer for former first lady michelle obama. she's on a nationwide tour after therelease of her new book called "becoming." >> yesterday people were selling -shirts and merchandise outside. aimee cho shows us the excitement surrounding the show. >> this is so beyond -- i mean, this is like, okay, thi it.
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this is it >> michelle obama shirts, guys. michelle obama.>> reporter: this is the chance to see c michelle obama uplose and in person. the cwds outside capital one stretching as far asye the e could see, and as these peopl brave the lines they say all the waiting is worth it. >> just h to be in presence. i love what she embodies, just the spirit of women and empowering women. it's really exciting. >> i wish i could get a selfie with her but i know that s won' o just hearing here speakecause i'v seen everything she's been on tv so ar and getting a copy of t book. >> i've been thinking about this for weeks. we're veryd. exci love michelle. >> she's the favorite. >> reporter: inside, michelle king the stage with her signature smile and a little sass. >> we grew up in a neighborhood caouth shore on the south side of chicago. yes, south shore in the house.
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touching first lady on a topic close to her heart -- education. as we look at school inequality and things aren't right, kids know when they arng not b valued and it makes them feel some kind of way. >> reporter: michelle obama's message resonating with people of all ages. >> we thought it was reall and inspiring. >> she's so dynamic and an amazing woman. her.s any chance i get to see her i'd be happy to do that. >> aimee cho, news 4. >> wow. so ticke to the soldout show were as high as $3,000. >> what? >> yes. and mrs. obama will return to capital one arenan november 25. however, that show is sold out as well. >> okay. the time is 6:09. opening the window and taking a live look outside, we'll get you a clear picture. but it's a chilly start this morning and we'll get a check of
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finally we have the cloud cover to break yesterday but we will have more clouds out there today and small rain chances late on monday 're sunny through wednesday, even into friday but it will be mighty chilly. had toake those temperatures down quite a bit. current temperatures are down.at tempes are in the e 2s and 30s. 27 in gaithersburg. over the next 12 hours, you can expect cloudy skies and light winds but no rain. looking good with temperatures around 50. you can see from our storm team 4 radar, nothing goi on. that's due to high pressure. today 52 degrs. and more clouds today, still drh out e. if you're headed to the redskins game, looking good for that hopefully it will look good enough for us to get a win. temperatures will be in the low 50s, upper 40s. in landover not that bad. tomorrow we take temperatures up a bit. i believe there will be showers west of i-81. we're talking about western
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maryland. otherwise we'll have light here s around our area s we go, your morning commute will be dry on monday. here ishowers i was talking about. western maryland may be trying to slip down towards the mason/dixon line through the day but most coming later tomorrow night, out by tuesday mornin barely anything. about a 20% chance you'll see it. sunny through wednesday, but look at temperatures through thanksgiving. only the 30s. we'll have plenty of sunshine for thanksgiving and your black friday, too. temperatures will be in the 40s. more rain moves backn as we head through your sunday an monday. >> thank you, lauryn we have "reporters notebook" coming up next. >> and we'll be back in 15 minutes with more of the morning's t stories. good morning, i'm pat lawson muse. >> amon's new headquarters in arlington, virginia, means not only 25,000 new jobs and an
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conomic infusion for t washington region, it comes after a hefty price, more $800 million in incentives. the announcement created excitement and concern, generated a lot of controvey. northern virginia bureau chief jue car are here and chris lawrenceo talk about our residents. th infrastructure, investment in higher education, spinoff businessge. this is it's a huge win for virginia and crystal city. >> it is. 's hard to know where to start because there are so many aspects to talk abou t first of all, for virginia, h they've wf of the grand prize and they don't mind splitting half of it with new york. they put a lot on the f table this, so not nearly as much as new york so they have to feeld pretty gbout the deal they've made but to be abl t
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land this and t sort of change the whole dynamickf the w force. virginia has been so dependent federal litary, the government. this starts to shift the diversity and that was a real goal in getting amazon to come to northern virginia. >> chris, got a lot of vacant space after the closures tarting in 2005 sos will reverse some of that. >> as julie mentioned, the dependence on the federal government and the military has been substantial. in fact, you probably -- most resints were going to be looking at a property tax increase coming down the pike because they didn't have the money to supporthe budget with that high office vacancy rate in arlington. this wipes it out in one fell swoop, which is amazing. >> but a lot of excitement is tempered by concerns about traffic and congestion.
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you know, we allnow it's already bad. how will the new development around national airport and the metro address those will it address those concerns? >> there is a lot of money in this pstkage for infcture improvements. i got a look at my cheat sheetr something like -- chris, help me out. it's on$175 mil -- $223 million between virginia and arlington for infrastructure improvements so that is out there to ease some of the pain. thereom will be s interesting improvements. this idea of a walkway froys l city to national airport. >> that's kind of cool, ist it? >> i think there's an appeal to that. the other things to remember is this will be gradual. this won't be 25,000 workers at one fell swoop so there will be time for these communities to start constructing. along with that infrastructure package, some amenities. arlington county officials were
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talking about this ng to be new parks and green space, wider sidewalks so there will be big pedestrian element to dhis, too. >> adding the secntrance to the crystal city metro station, the potomac yard metro station, they had axed the second entrance for cost considerations, now that's been added back in. people foughtard for tha so that will please a lot of people. but you think about amazon open the same year in which metro will shut down all the metro stations ff all next summer and it goes to show you the challenge that's still out there. >> a lot o passengers wonder if the trains will run on time. literally overnight t hottest city.state is in crystal the question is whether there will be affordable real estate left.
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what's the conventional wisdom about that? >> that's the biggest worry and i'm walking distance from crystal city. >> money is just falling out of our pocke right now. >> it cut both way for both of you. you live in the area. >> there's a real worry forop pe looking to buy in that area. with we're already hearing about peopleaking their homes off the market in hopes of the hanging on to them longer. >> and others who were thinking about buying and they've jumped. >> they're trying to get in as quick as they can so realtors ar hearing two different things right now. that's the biggest worry. one thing that i heard expressed by community orgizers was there's all this money for education, transportation and metro, there's nothing dedicated for affordable housing in this package so it will be incumbent on the elected leaders in arlington andelexandria to m that happen.
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>> and it's already not an ce inexpensive po live. >> it's not. and when you talk about affo cfordable housing, it can't just be aversation about helping those in poverty or recent immigrants. it haso be this blue-collar work force that probably makes a little too much to qualify for the dedicated affordabl housing but can't afford to live in an area if the property will s going skyrocke >> work force housin therebwill the key going forward. >> the governor said amazon will pay depends througho dividends region. talk about that. >> i think the big payoff is in all the money that will be going into techro education f k through 12 through higher education. there will be a new virginia tech campus in alorandria.
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mason is going to be building a new tech center in its arlington campus so the investment in education, almost a half billion dollars that goes along with this package, i think he sees that paying off in just providing tobs and domino effect that will have across in vi. >> and what about maryland and thect dist how do they benefit? >> i think they will be some benefit, d.c. is more than maryland. one thing that stood oiv to me is i mayor bowser credit because she came out and said congratulations to my unterparts in arlington and she said the name, she saidon am in arlington is good for d.c. yet a lot of officials in maryland never mention the name virginia, never mention
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arlington county or crystal city. they talked about the capital region, this is a win for the capital region. this was a competition, this was not a combined bid. theegion did not come together and put forth one bid.ma land had a bid, d.c. had a bid and virginia had a bid and i thoughwas a little bit tf spre saying no, this is a huge win for all of us. virginia will pay those incentives but we'll get all the side benefits and it doesn't work quite that y. >> there's more than one perspective and it remains to be en how the region will benefit. we'll be back. stay with us.
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continuing our talk about amazon, some are asking whether
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the benefits will be worth the cost. three quarters of a billion llars in incentives. there's a huge pool of skilled areas in theon re other areas like montgomery county offered higher incentives. did leaders give away more than they had to? it's a question that's been thrown outnehere and discussed a lot. what did you think? would amazo h likelye chosen this region anyway? >> it's obvious thencentives were not super high on their list because -- >> other areas offered more. >> for mar.ma land and new jersey offered six, seven, eight times what virginia did so it seemed to be access to the pool of wkers in a business friendly environment as i think julie mentiones as far is it worth it, not for virginia but all the nalists it made people think big. it made leaders come together, pulling transportation and housing and business and the
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political leaders and think we've got to come up with somethinig big and that think canning help all these jurisdictions going forward.thi jusdictions going forward. >> i was talking to someone in richmond who was imagining,ok , this can put a fire bee behind high speed rail. so people starting to imagine the possibility and i still come back to that education piece. that's one thing the gauche kept sayi the other day, my colleague david culver was in an arlingtonro county cla and those kids are excited. >> and newayork will more than $60,000 per amazon worker. virginia is paying about
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$23,000. >> and that's after the job is created. it's a cash a granter the job. >> and amazon will pay its fair share in real estate and sales taxes. so crystal city becomes national landing. what's in a name? >> i think that wa the one thing that just -- >> i did a double take. when i saw the announcement i thought for a second so it - didn't come it's not coming here? where is national -- i was like where is national landing, i never heard of it before and i live in arlington. >> i live walking disnce from national landing. it doesn't roll off the tongue just yesterday. >> whose idea was that? amazon or the local leaders? >> isssumed t came down on high from amazon but i'm told that behind closed doors arlington and alexandria worked atis out because they wanted to have a all because this project covers both pentagon
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city crystal city, and part of alexandria down to that virginia tech campus. they wanted a catch all for that so they came up with i think people have had fun wit ether or not it catches on remainso be seen. particularly because it didn't get hashed out in the community. >> i was talking to peoe on the street who were just kind of like, wait, what? but oe person m a good point. they said well, it's not like theyine tto reground georgetown. crystal city isn't exactly like we have all these fond memories of crystal city. so how wedded people are to it, i don't ow but adam tuss reported paul wiedefeld reported 's not ruling out changing the name of the metro station if that becomes something that needs to be done. >> the way amazon rolled this
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out has generated a lot of concer 'vconcerns. th teased cities all around the country. what do you think of that? >> skeptics wonder whether this wasn't a massive data mining effort on the part of amazon. was this competition just a way of gathering information that will be helpful in the future about many major and mid-major cities in the country. so there's a huge benefit to em and it's question worth asking. >> people were pitching the 50,000 jobs in the square footage that they originally asked for. a lot of jurisdictions were saying, wow, if i thought it was 25,000 jobs in a smaller project weit would have pched completely differently for that so that they felt kind of like i wish we
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had known that.s as far can tell it seems to have come from jeff bezos, sort of a end-of-the-line decision to say we can't get the tech talent we need in one place. >> and housing advocates and other community organizers saying why are we giving anyticng to thest man in the world? and that question will linger until we see the yoffs and t difference this is will make in the community. >> so the hiring srts next year. 400 next year, construction of the two new buildings in pentagon city start next year. amazon is moving int some leased space in crystal city so it's happening soon. >> it already changed the way many of us live and shop and nit will change this region for some timemeo julie and chris, thank you both. notebook,porters' thanks for being with us. news 4 today continues.
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6:31.el i want tome you back to news 4 today. thanks for being with us, i'm adam tuss. >> and i'm angie goff. we have no idea why lauryn ricketts is here today, she saio there's nothi the radar. >> she did? well, she can talk about temperatures. >> well, it's chilly out there and we have to talk about black friday, thanksgiving, the great get away. i went backwards on those but we have to know about next a week what's happening. not a lot happening out there right now. it's clear. the sun coming up at 6:5 4. temperatures in the 30s and 20s. 36 is our tperature in d.c. it y chilly whe head out there this morning and chilly if you're headed off to the
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redskins game. we're taking on the texans. you ca see we'llave plenty of clouds around today. those temperatures around 50 degrees so more clouds today than yesterday. we have small rain chances on e' monday talk about but we get cold as we headou into thanksgiving. we'll show you those numbers in 15 minutes. >> you think the redskins will win today? >> of course. new this morning, a possible dispute between neighbors may have led to a shooting in wood bridge. take a look. prince william county police officers found a 20-year-old man shot at a home on tassia lane after 10:00 last night. he was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. the shooter is in custody at this time. more somber news out of california. the death toll and list of people missing continues to grow. officials say at least 76 people are dead and 1300 missing.
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there's mounting concerns about dangerous winds. resident trump toured the devastated areas to see the damage these wildfires have caus as now residents have been able to return home while many others are staying in shelters. >> people are waking up without a home after this fire ripped through it yesterday. they lived above the d.c. restaura on 12 street near quincy street in northeast. a fire in the restaurant's kitchen damage their apartment. cooking oil caught fire and spread through the duct work. >> this morning, a bicyc fst is fighti his life after a montgomery county police officer hit anymore in chevy chase. chopper 4 capturing the scene esiday night on connecticut avenue near j bridge road in chevy chase. police say the officer was on hisry acall. he was driving a marked police cruiser but didn't have his emergency lights and sirens on. the officer is identified as james o'rorke. he was not. hu defending yourself from gunfire in places of worship is
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a reality many in america now face. yesterday in d.c. worshippers found out how to help victims if a gunman tacks. as derrick ward explains, officialare hoping the so-called soft targets become more difficult for shooters. >> terms like "church shooter" words that several years ago would rarel be used together have kept into theer vcular and active shooter f training school agent as is and houses of worship are becoming commonplace. >> amazing we have to do thaw days. >> but in the wake of incidents like the charleston church shooting and the shooting at a pittsburgh synagogue for peoplf at temple praise church in southeast, it's just prudent. >> we wanted to do this because was necessary for us to protect our congregants and provide some type of protection for them, information and knowledge just in case.
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conditioning. >> take the gauze and go inside like that. pack the wound. >> reporter: it's an effort among t city government, temple of praise and other churches to see that scalled soft targets are a little harder, that would be victims aren't s easily victimized. >> we have to do these thingsus contin in our communities, churches and schools. >> active shooter killings are a tragic unpredictable reality, one becoming more common. >> not the kind of thing you usually see but it drives home an important message, a hedge against chaos and carnage. just being prepared. >> we have to protect folksow days. >> derrick ward, news 4. time right now, 6:35. amazon's announcement about their headquarters coming to crystal city came with bigut fanfareot everyone is welcoming the arrival. yesterday a group of virginia residents and activists spoke at arlington county's board meeting.e
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they'rsking for transparency about subsidies being promised to amazon. >> we have come to express our concerns about the economic wisdom of incentive packages ane tive impacts on the most vulnerable communities in our county. >> arlington residents want an independent study about the impact hq 2 will have on funding forchools and social services. >> a bald eagle is on the mend after falling into this creek at a park in clarksburg. look at that. montgomery county fire rescue tweeted o the video of the rescue that happened yesterday. the eagle fell into w theer at little bennett regional park. animal rescue specialists were able to scoop the eagle out of the water. the bird does have serious injuries >> look how big it is. i hope he makes a comeback. >>ra linesed around capital one arena for former first lady michelle obama who is on a
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nationwide tour after the release of her new memoir called becoming. yesterday crowds braved the cold and said standing in long linesw was wellorth it. >> i wish i could get a selfie but i know that won't happe so ju hearing her speak and getting a copy ofbo the . >> tickets to the show sold out. some went as high as 3,000 bucks. she will return to capital one arena on november 25, however that show is also sold out. just in time for the holiday season, dozens of children now have new forever families. yesterday was adoption day in the district and news 4's barbara harrithn hoste adoption ceremony at d.c. superior court. in all, 27 children have permanent homes. barbara caught up wneh o little girl ask her what's so special about her new mom. >> she's an awesome lady.
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she's hispanic, probably latina, year woman of color. >> olivia is the walking embodiment of joy so the moment i m i her knew she was a special person a that we're going go on a good journey together. >> i just love how they look at each other. you can see the love. lookingw the city is for homes for 75 more children currently in the d.c. foster care system. and muriel bowser and her daughter mirandaab elizeth. look at that nugget. ma adopted miranda i she tells barbara she has changed her 12 hour a day hedule. she's now on miranda schedule. >> we all get on the kid schedule. >> they own us. >> they do. but so great for all the work barbaraon has for adoption. for more than 30 years, nbc 4 has been the sponsor of helping people enjoy a thasgiving meal
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z319wz z16fz y319wy y16fy america is still getting to new the new congress that's coming in but s there'sll a lot on the agenda for the lame duck session. >> joining us to talk about it, chuck todd. chuck, we have the mueller investigation, the border wall, funding the government, e ou seeship fight, how do
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this shaping up? >> you have the border wall and mueller sitting overere and then you have a must-pass spending bills. and whenever you have these must-pass bills,hatever the political debate of the moment has an opportunity to attach itself to that bill and create a showdown over t government. so the mueller probe protection bill in the senate, democrats are -- chuck schumer and other democrats are talking about making the price of democratic support for the spending bill and in the house they can't pass it without democratic support. it's going to be contingent on the mueller bill. then you have the president who wants a big number for his border wall. not the whole funding butis he wants5 billion, are democrats willing to do that? is he willing the shut down the government? the president mused about it again over the last 48 hours, well, maybe it's a good time to do a shutdown soot with of
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these things it feels like it won't be a quiet end to year. >> i saw nancy pelosi. it seems like there's infighting within the democratic party whether she should be the house leader once again but it seems like trump has come toer side. >> that was awkward. >> does he -- it will work to his advantage? what's the reason? >> a thousand percent. republicans are giddy nancy pelosi will be speaker of the house. they believe she is -- helps them define the herty, democratic party in a negative way. they believe she will be a benefit to them in 2020 and, okay, you used her to beat up democrats and did it work? it looks like they're getting 40 seats so that's what pelosi forthe supporters are saying. but as much asde you w why a
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party that produced one of the most interesting new diverse classes of membecongress in a lg time, why they'll produce leaders that are over 70 but that said, you hav toreplace them with somebody. and they don't have anybody. i understand why nobody has stepped up and said okay, i'l >> wow. a lot to talk about. who do you have coming up on the show? >> lindsey graham, sherrod ow you never know what lindsey graham will say. we'll talk about jamal khashoggi where the cia is saying the crown prince wasn't involved but the president not ready to accept that. and sherrod brown, the lastat demon ohio, essentially. if democrats think they need ohio to win the presidency maybe sherrod brown is their guy. we'll ask them. you can see "meet the press" every sunday at 10:30 here after news 4 today. chuck, thanks so much for
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stopping by. >> yes, sir. americans marked another veterans day to celebrate the brave men and women who fought for our country and in montgomery county they honored a local hero killed in afghanistan. >> brendan loony made history as a navy seal and new documentary premiered about him. aimee cho spoke with his family about what this special movie means to them. >> brendan is over here to the left. >> reporter: one of the first hings you notice in the loony family house -- >> all kinds of memories. >> are the pictures they've proudly placed. the man in this photo, brendan loony, was the picture of patriotism. nt to the naval academy, became the first color-blind navy seal, served in iraq and afghanistan. >> he wanted to do it, he wanted to make a he did and he changed a lot of lives. >> he was my hero from the time i can remember and i've always been very proud of >>him.
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n september 21, 2001, brendan's helicter crashed in afghanistan and he was killed. he was 29 years old. >> i cry a lot but you have to keep on keeping on. >> miss him very, very much everyday. driving in the car and a song comes on the radio or a memory pops in your her. >> i rememim driving me to arentsay parties when my couldn't and making sure i got extra candy. always looking out. >> he's alway been our hero i, now the looney family lking out to honor brendan's story. they're watching the trailer for his new documentary. before his mom died of cancer she asked the movie be >> i think she'd be proud of us for how we're carryin on. and at the premier today dozens lets the looneys kno they're not alone. >> there's my favorite cop. thank you for coming,ppreciate
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it. >> reporter: andre jones worked for months to make the movie. brendan is a very special young man. this was easy to do. you're very thankful. a special veterans day to honor veterans. >> honoring veterans and fallen heroes. that's the big picture. >> if wegeull er, it will make it easier. >> reporter: in silver springs, aimee cho, news 4. n two of brendan's brothers are in they and the family started a nonprofit in brendan's name that gives scholarships to young people. if you want to learn more, open our nbchi wton app and search "brendan." good to see that documentary and what that means to thatly fa let's switch gears and talk about the weather because it's cold out there. a lot of people have thanksgiving travel on their mind >> i know. and a lot of people got away yesterday. you have to go away earlier and earlier. >> the roads were full. i saw a lot of traffic in the beltway. they're going somewhere.
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>> our friends said yesterday probably people are getting away for thanksgiving because 95 apparently was a mess yesterday. a good dayo travel because we had sunshine yesterday afternoon finally. a lite bit more cloud cover today but another good day to travel just in case you're king travel plans out there today because we will be dry. it's not looking too bad for traveling this week so go ahead and put that out there. weave a sma chance of rain but there it is, a small chance. so let's talk about what to wear out there this morning as you make your way out the door. >> what is a fall jacket? >> a lighter jacket. >> i'm clothing inept. >> did you think it was ain special of jacket? >> i don't know. >> well, that's just >> excuse me! >> i have a winter jacket, fall jacket, summer jacket, come on, adam. the winter jacket is what you esed today, fall jacket on monday and y.
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grab a hat because it will be breezy and that puffy coatou can get on wednesday. do you have a winter jacket, a fall jket and a puffy coat? >> i do. >> that's what you need because look at these temperatures. our average temperature is 57. yu can see temperatures s below normal. wait until thursday, thanksgiving, it will be mighty ly. temperatures are in the 30s and 20s, 29 ige col park, 36 in washington, 29 a ft. belvoir. temperatures will be in the 30so mainlys but we are dry early on this sunday morning. nothing on the radar right now and nothinge throughout thmi mid-atlantic thanks to high pressure. still dry and nice out the we had the blue skies yesterday afternoon, not quite as beautiful outhere today but still dry. if you're headed to church, partly sunny skies. car wash, take your chances, we'll have a very small chance of seeing rain showers through
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the evening on monday. that's it. if you're raking leaves, saw a lot of people doing that yesterday. it will be cool and we'll have a lit wind. nothing to worry about if you need to get yard work done. tomorrow will bed heato the mid-50s. we could have a chance for showers west of i-81 early through the day so let's talk about this. heree go 6:00 a.m. we're on the cloud cover. as you make your way to work, we're looking good. here'srain. up towards the mason/dixon line, up towards carol county and back off towards western maryland, those are areas that can see rain tomorrow. then as we head through the evening we'll have rain chances. light stuff. it will be gone by tuesday morning. tuesday turning breezy but not bad so as you make your way tot bus stop, you can grab an umbrella but for the most part we're going to be dry. we're dry on thanksgiving, plenty of sunshine but look at this. i had to take those temperatures down quite a bitin
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we are only to be in the 30s on thanksgiving and we're back in the 40say fr so thursday and friday had to take tempera cres down. mouds on saturday and then we have rain sunday and monday through next weekend. we'll talk about
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amazon is coming. mixed in with the excitement was announcement about the confusion where the headquarters will be built. >> this conversation istill going on. these are the renderings of what's being cioled nl landing but if you're wondering where this is, you're not alone. >> corey smith went to crystal city to find answers. >> where are we? >> pentagon city. >> where are we? >> crystal city. >> can you tell me how to get to
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landing? >> that the one over there? >> where is national landing? >> the look says it all. >> i'm not sure. that's a good question. >> reporter: it's what people across alexandria wanted to know after amazon chose northern virginia as its newest home. >> sounds like a runway at reagan. >> reporter: close, not quite. the neighborhood is a rebranding of potomac yard and crystal city inalexandria, right next to reagan national. >> like a runway landing? oh, my god, that's hilarious. >> reporter: is it necessary? do you think it was necessary? >> it's a little corny. >> reporter: you can count life longentagon city resident brandon marshall as skeptical but glen nevis, he lovesit. >> crystal city? tired, worn, start fresh, start new. it's amazon, r:n. >> repormazon is here to stay. as for national landing, that may takese getting to.
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>> if amazon comes in here and makes a huge splash, everybody tll be calling national landing. >> reporter: in a couple years wheneone says where amazon hq 2 headquarters what will you tell them? >> crystal city. >> crystal city. >> crystal city. >> people are going to call it nala, like noio. >> nl landing. >> it produced the desired effect, you're talking abou >> it exactly. well, we have another whole hour. let's do this again. >> much more ahead on news 4 today. today. we all want white teeth. today. you know doc how can i get whiter, brighter teeth. and the dentist really has to say let's take a step back and talk about protecting your enamel.
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heading into the 7:00 ho, here's what we're following on news 4 today. another day of gwing firess a h park police killed an unarmed drir when heidn't get out of his car but one year weter is family says police haven't ansd questions about what happened that >>night. > long lines outside capital one arena and fans paying thousands for tickets. this isn't a concert. this is michelle obama's book tour. >> all of that and a whole lot more including your forecast in this hour. i want to welcome you in. i'm adam tuss. >> i'm angie goff. hope you're off to a great start on sunday. so far so good weatherif wise.
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ou can deal with the cold weather, at least itsn't raining. >> and it ll get warmer today, too, right, lauryn? >> you can see the temperatures out there into the low 50s. were for t low 50s yesterday, maybe a degree or two warmer out there today because we're starting a degree or two out there today. you can see it feels and looks li nter. let's go to our maps and show you what is goingon. look at that steam this cold air right now. you can see all across our city right now it lks like a winter picture out there.sh we have se but we have clouds and that's the way it will be today. the sun just came up about five minutes ago. 35 is our temperature, we will warm into the upper 40s by noon. if you're headed off to maybe get your car wash, know that we
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have a chance for some showers later tomorronight. better chances for locations rth and west of d.c. so we'll show you that and who could see showers and when. that's coming up in 15 minutes. >> good job, uryn. ank you very much. a possible dispute between neighbors may have led to a shooting in wood bridge. princeam county police officers found a 20-year-old man shot at a home on tsia lane just after 10:00 last night. he was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. the shooter iston c at this time. more somber news out of california and the fierce fight against those wildthres. e death toll and list of people missing continues to grow. officials say at least 76 people are dead and about 1300 are missing. there's mounting concern about dangerous winds overex the few days. yesterday president trump toured the devastated areas to see the
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damage these massive wildfires have caused. >> this is very sad tosee. as far as the lives are concerned, nobody knows quite yet. we're uto a certain number but we have a lot of people unaccounted for. >> as of now, residentsbe have able to return home while many others are staying in shelters. >> meantime, efforts are under way to help thousands of pets displaced by the fire find new homes. at least 2,000 animals were left behind as people evacuated their homes. >> it has been one year since an unarmed man was shot and killed by u.s. park police and histi family is demanding answers and justice. family and friends of bijan ghaisar demanded information. his car was rear ended by an uber driver but ghaisar did not stop. dash cam shows police officers approached his car and shotr af ghaisar stopped his jeep
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but didn't get out. his family wants the unnamed officers to face consequences. >> tour gain the trust of those counities you patrol and if you break that trusio vlate someone's life and civil liberties you must be held accountable. >> the case is under investigation by the fbi.e family filed a $25 million lawsuit against the u.s. government and the officers. also delegate eleanor holmes norton andongressman don buyer are pushing for all law enforcement officers to wear body cameras. yesterday, democratic candidate andrew gillum conceded the race to republican candidate ron desantis inflorida. although the race has not beenf ally called, the recounts show the margin between both candidates was not enough for a manual recount. president trump praised gillum calling the democrat a force to reckon with. gillum was the first
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african-american nominee for florida governor in the ste's history. today we could find out if a hand recount could determine the outcome in florida's senate race. outgoing florida republican governor rick scott has a slim lead over senator bill nelson. final tallies are due some time today. 93,000 votes have been in question. election officials say the margin between both candidates has not changed that much in recent days. president trump says a full report will be released in t next two days about the death of a saudi journalist. the cia concluded that saudi crown prince mohammed bin salman gave the order to kill jamal khashoggi, b now the u.s. state department disputes that report. khashoggi was killed at theon saudilate in turkey last month and saudi arabia's top diplomat has said the prince had nothing to do with it. it's a sign of the dtimes. . church outlines a plan for s parishionershould someone open fire. ive erday leaders held a shooter training at temple of
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praise church in southeast. instructors showed people how to pack a wound and use a tourniquet. the recent mass shooting at a nd the one synagogue in charleston in 2015 have forced clergy to become more proactive when it comes to safety. >> we wanted to do this because it was necessary for us to protect our congregants and to provide some type of protection for them to have information and knowledge justncase. the d.c. government and other churches are trying to ensure tto-called soft targets aren't easily victimized. >> less than a week before thanksgiving, an unofficial start to the holidays with the return of ice at national harbor. f it'srozen fun for the entire family, featuring a charlie brown christmas. grab your blue parka and take a ride down the man oiice slides they have. there you can rediscover the meaning of christmas with charlie brown and t gang. high flying and fun acts filled the air of the gaylord garden
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ate ream where you can watch performers from cirque dreams unwrapped. there's also the dancing fountains and the big tree lighting show and also returning this year the christmas village where santa and mrs. clausang t. you can do cookie decorating, there's a carousel. they have an ice skating rink so a lot for the kid to do and gaylord national holiday events run through january 1. >> cold in there, too. bule up. a festive atmosphere at capital one arena notor a sporting event or concert but formere first lady miche obama. she's on a book tour after the release of her new book which is called"becoming." >> people were selling t-shirts and merchandi outside. aimee cho shows us the excitement surrounding the show. >> this is so beyond. that like, okay, this is it this is it. irts, get
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michelle obama. >> reporter: this is a chance to see michelle obama up close and in pson as these people brave the lines, they say all the waiting is worth it. >> oh, my gosh, just to be in her presence and i love what she embodi, just the spirit of women and empowering women. >> i wish i could get a selfie happen so that won't just hearing her speak becausee i've s everything on tv so far and getting a copy of the bo book. >> we're very excited. love michelle. >> she's the favorite. >> reporter: inside, michelle taking the stage wit her signature smile and a little sass. >> we grew up in a neighborhood called south shore on the south side of chicago. >> yes, south shore in the house. >> reporter: the former first lady touching on a topic close to her heart -- education.
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>> as we look at school inequality and things aren't right, kids know when they are not being valued and it makes them feel some kind of way. >> reporter: michelle obama'se mess resonating with people of all ages. >> we thought it was really cool and inspiring. >> she's so dynamic and an amazing woman. i miss her. any chance i to see her i'd be happen hi to do that. >> s tickets to thew were as high a$3,000. >> wow. >> hot ticket. mrs. obama is returning to capitalbe arena nov 25 but that show is also sold out. >> you have to know somebody. >> that's right.ci esally in this town. were you tossing and turning all night? >>ut absoly that happened to me. >> we need to talk about what you ate because up next i'll show you the foods that could b keeping you up and more
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vanilla. thmy secret sundae bar here. you will see i have that all differen. toppin the whole time i'm eating it i'm like this is a terrible idea. >> it is says dr. neil barnard for the 75 million sleep deprived americans. >> before you g to bed, for your evening meal, have it being something starchier. have your pasta with a oomato sauc rice not with meat, have bean dishes. starchy foods triggers the release of serotonin in the brain and that's the sleep chemical. >> reporter: foods filled with ansfat, saturated fat o sugar -- like pretty much everything in morgan nhtly dessert -- reduce serotonin. dr. s barnard sayp soda, alcohol and coffee. all cause lhter sleep. having italian roots morgan liked what she heard. >> i can eat more pasta, that's
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okay. >> reporter: as for swapping that sunday night ritual? >> maybe a half scoop instead. >> i wonder how that's going for her. d>> that has to be a h thing toup give >> she has four kids. eat all the ice cream you want. the secrets for the nights you wake up and can't get back to -- thidr. barnard say is the only time he'll recommend this -- two slices of white bread. he says you'll be back out in 10 minutes. >> like instant coma? >> instant power crash. >> you don't have to tell me about eatingbread. i'll eat five slices of bread and go back tosleep. taking a live look on this sunday morning, the sun comin up but it's chilly as you look at the smithsonian andro lyn. what a cool shot. we have your thanksgiving week forecast this ursday. you know when you're at ross and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays!
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from the vineyard. it's even more beautiful in full bloom, the rolling hills, grapes owering on the vine. can you imagine getting married here? >> it would amazing. >> reporter: christine is an air force officer, peter an army vet. they met at the embassy in baghdad and it was love at first sight. >> we were first colleagues and then friends and then bestnd reiends now soul mates. >> reporter: the ready to get hitch bud the average cost of a wedding in our area is $30,000 to $40,000 with some coming in at that.ed but the avt of a wedding in our area40s $30,000 to00 with some coming in at twice that. >> did you have sticker shock? >> we talked about eloping so that probably answers your queson. >> reporter: int >> reporter: ener the -- enter robert holly. he is a wedding phographer.
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>> my wife said are you sure you can do. this. >> reporter: robert got the vineyard's owner to donate the venue. >> to have people come here and appreciate it is rewaeping. >>ter: vendors are inviting military couples to write an essay to tel judges why they deserve a free wedding. >> is it something this that resonates with everyone whoill be deciding who theis winner ? >> reporter: for peter and christine, it's a chance to include their army and air force mily. >> not just celebrate us but celebrate all of our friendships as one igfamily. >> reporter: this time next year, one lucky couple will be saying "i do" without spending a dime. in loudoun county, chris lawrence, news 4. >> this contests open to any couple as long as one of them is activeuty military or student in military school. essays can be submitt until march when a winner will be
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decided. the free wedding will be held a ar from this weekend at the vineyard. >> and we posted a link for more information the nbc washington app. you have to search "wedding" if you're interested in learning more. tu need do that. >> i know, i was like what? you have a military husband. but you already tied the knot. >> i did. it was expensive. i hope it will be inside if they get married at a vineyard if it's a year fromtoday. >> there could be a bunch of space heaters outside. >> fall jackets. >> that's very cool. hopeeally thes will turn out better next year and we're past peak this year. >> that that snowstorm knocked everything down. >> it got breezy and we were breezy on friday and so we were going to see more rn as we head through this week.
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if you wted to look at the least it looks like it might be to slate. you ca our view is here of the fall foliage report. >> they're in my front rd. >> did you rake them? >> i'm no slouch. i raked them with my fall jacket. puffy you might need a jacket if you rake leaves more in thanksgiving but most leas are past peak and down on the ground in the shenandoah valley. still seeing peak along the i-9r or. today more cloud cover than yesterday. finally we got the sunshine yesterday afternoon but more cloud cover today. as far as monday is concerned we will have clouds around. we have rain late in the ev bing. wednesdak to sunny skies and we have maybe peeks of sun.o
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clouds cover compared to yester temperatures will top out in the lower 40s to the upper 50s. tomorrow we'll be in the mid- s mid-50s. everybody will have chance for spotty showers through the evening. we'll start at 6:30. your commute will be just fine tomorrow morning. re's the showers towards the mason/dixon line and west of i- i-81. we'll have the chance for the spotty showers late monday night. tuesday morni they are gone and a very small chance. wednesday looking fabulous and ursday looking great. but illy. mperatures will be in the 30s for thanksgiving and by bailiff morning if you're headed off at midnight temperatures will be rolling out of the upper 20s and
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into the 30sis, py low 40s for the afternoon but your black friday shopping looks fantastic. towards the end of the week looks fantastic. then we head into next saturday, temperatures 5n the lows. we have a chance for rain showers late sunda into monday and possibly into
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continue to try to conta the flames. a hard reality in 2018. a virginia church sits down at the lesson what to do if a gunman shows up at the door. dozens of kids in virginia are waking up with new families after t ty's adoption day, but the city needs more help. up and at 'em, sleepy ads. it's 7:30. time to wake up, get the day uparted. pour yourself a of coffee and stay with us. thanks for being with us, i'm adamtuss. >> and i'm angie goff. lauryn ricketts sayingeoday willry but cold. >> just a little on the chilly side as we continue through the morning. a little warme today than yesterday. a little more cloud cover as well. let's look out there. 35 degrees is our temperature so we dropped a little bit as we tend to do at that 7:00 a.m. hour as the sun comes up.
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57 is our temperature. mid to upper 30s by 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. low 40s and almost nearing 50 degrees by noon. the good thing about today, it will be dry so if you're heade tochurch, partly sunny skies. car wash maybe do it toda ifou're raking leaves, people doing yard work yesterday it will be a perfect day to do that with a much lighter wind and storm team 4 radar showing nothing. wear talking about thanksgiving and the getaway forecast. i'll show you that in a few minutes. >> 31 rightnow. new this morning, a possible dispute between neighbors may have led to a shooting in woodbridge, prince william county police officers found a 20-year-old man shot at a home on tassia lane after 10: last night. he was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. the shooter is in custody at this time. more somber news out of
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californ california.l the death tol and list of people missing continues to grow. 76 people are dead 13, 00 missing. there's mounting concern about dangerous winds in the next few . yesterday the president toured the devastated areas to see the damage thesee wildfires h caused. as of now, some residents have been able to return home while many others are staying in shelters. three people are waking up without home after fire ripped through it yesterday. they lived above this d.c. restaurant on 12th street near quincy street in northeast. a fire in the restaurant's kitchen damaged their apartment. know cooking oil caught fire and spread through theestruct work. >> a bicyclist fighting for his life after a montgomery county police officer hit him in chevy cease. chopper 4 over the near jonesbridge road in chevy chase. the police officer was on his way to the call.
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he was in a marked cruiser but didn't have his lights on or sirens. the officer is identified as james o'rourke. defending yourself in a place of worship is a many in america face but now worshippers have found out how to help victims if aunman attacks. as derrick ward explains, leaders are hoping theo-called soft targets are more difficult for shooters. >> say if shooter shot people, left. >> reporter: terms like "church shooter," words that several years ago would rarely be used together have crept into the vernacular in sessions like , thctive shooter training in schools and houses of worship s become commonplace. >> amazing we have to do that days >> reporter: but in the wake of the charleston church shooting and the pittsburgtisynagogue sh, for the people at the temple of southeast, it was prudent. >> it was necessa for us to
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otect our congregants and provide information and knowledge just in case. >> take the gauze, just go insi like this. pack the wound. >> reporter: it's anffort among the city government, temple of praise and other churches to see that so-called softargets are a little harder, that would be victims victimized?sily >> we have to do these things continuouslyn our communities, in our churches and in our schools. >> active shooterillings are a tragic, unpredtableea rty and one becoming more common. >> reporter: not the kind of thing you usually see but it's a hedge against chaos and carnage. >> we need to protect folks. >> reporter: dark ward, news 4. time, 7:34. amazon's announcemento bout
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comingystal city came with big fanfare but yesterday a group of virginia res and activists spoke at arlington county's board meeting. >> we have come before the board on several occasions to our concern about the wisdom of x breaks and the negative impact of you will haver in communities in our county. >> they want a study on how there will affect schools and social services. >> a bald eag is on the mend after falling into a creek in clarksburg. the eagle fell into the water at littleennett regional park. animal rescue specialists were able to scoop the eagle out of the water. the bird has serious injuries. hior guy. >> check t out. lines wrapped around capital one arena for former first lad
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michelle obama. she is on a nationwide tour after the release ofer h new memoir becoming. the crowds said standing in line was worth it. >> i wish i could get a selfie with her but i tnowhat's not going to happen but justr hearg eak and getting a c oopf the book and getting it signed. >> tickets to t sold out show were as high as $3,000. mrs. obama will return to capital one arenan november 25, however that show is also sold out. > just in time for t holiday season, dozens of children have forever families. yesterday was adoption day in the district and barbara d harrison hose adoption ceremony at d.c. superior court7 in all children have permanent homes. barbara caught up with one little girl to ask her what is so special about her new mom. >> she's an awesome lady, she's
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ic, proud latina, year woman of color. > olivia is the walking embodiment of joy so the moment i met her it knew t she was a special person and that we were going to go on a good journey togeth together. >> so sweet. right now the city is looking for homes foror75 me children in the d.c. foster care system. and d.c. mayor muriel bowser and her daughter miranda elizabeth attended the ceremony. she adopted miranda back in may. she tells barbara she has changed her 12 hour a day schedule and is now on miranda's schedule. we know who rules the house. >> the kids are the boss, for sure. for more than 30 years nbc h 4-has been proudly helping people enjoy a thanksgiving meal and we're g hoping you ce us a hand as well. join us for our food for families turkey and food drive. we're hoping to feed thousands of people.
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tomorrow you can meet pat lawson muse and dropndff canned boxed food, cash or checks at capital one arena. you can donate at our web site if you can't make it. this story is crazy. more than a month ago the district tow add woman's car and for weeks theyld cout tell her where it was. that is until this week. up next, news 4 is there as she finay gets some answers.ll
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welcome back. a tow truck company is underig inveion after a news 4 report about one woman's car which disappeared almost two months ago. she told news 4 the car had been impounded but the city it wasn't. >> this is an unbelievable story. it turns out she was right and was thererk seagraves tuesday when she went to retrieve her car and found out she wasn't the onlyvictim. >> reporter: this was the scene at collision towing inortheast d.c. people showing up to retrieve their cars only to find out
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their windows had been smashed out while being held in unimpo >> that's three out of three right here. >> reporter: two of the car owners haven't seen their cars for almost two nths. they both parked on the same street in upper northwest back on september 28. they admit they didn't see the emergency no parking signs. when they realized their cars they'dne, they assumed been towed by the city so they called the number on the no-parking sign. they we both told the same thing by the d.c. department of public works. >> the police department had no record of it being towed or ticketed. >> they were rude. they couldn't answe my questions. >> reporter: when we first reportedn ffany's missing car the city acknowledged they did ticket her car and they towed five other cars from the street that day but they told news 4 they had noecordf towing her car. bothnd tiffany montgomery reported their cars stolen in september. saturday, polic t calledm say
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they found their cars along with others that had been reported stolen -- they had been impounded from the streets where theyedpa some as long as seven weeks ago. over the phone, the owner of collion towing refused to answer our question but he told the car owners he did report the cars empounded in ser and it was the city who lost track of their cars. >> in the end, none istill taking responsibility for this. up, early somebody messed my car has been missing, considered stolen. >> reporter: an official with the department of consumer a regulatory affairs tells us the have launched their own investigation into collision toeing. >> i would say the city has a problem. >> all of the drivers were happy to have their back even if they were damaged. >>man, i would be furious. furiouou fu >> 7:42. 35 degrees.
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looks like clouds are clearing. we're in for a cool day and perhaps a warmup on the way? epi. >> hopelly. >>fu l
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very snowy season? storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer breaks it down for the winter weather outlook. >> reporter: this will pattern bring more snow this winter? i've been getting this question time and time again as one rainstorm or another has pelted our region. we are in line for one of the top five wettette years ever. does that mean more snow this winter? short answer, yes, it does. all the big indexes point to a big season. coming off a moderatest la nina la winter, we're moving into an el nino this winter. this would mean colder-than-average temperatures and more snowfall. but there's more to look at. the amount of snow?be a in october actually helps predict our winters. this year it got off to a slow start but has rampedp over the last few weeks -- good if you rike snow and cold. another fac is the sun. we are moving into a solar minimum, meaning theun is producing less activity
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has led to more snow in the past. there are many more factors that lp me predi a snowy winter. one is called the warm blob -- scient iic, right? th much warmer-than-average water in the north pacific south of alaska and it can py a major role in our winter. so let's talk about how these togetherom the warm blob south of alaska again will send the jet stream well o thenorth. that allows the jet stream to come all the way down to the south in states bringing with it very cold air. at the same time, the el nino pattern brings a strong southern jet that allows areas of low pressure to move along it. when the two patterns collide, that's when you have a big cold pattern with plenty of big time snow. th leaves us to how much snow we're going to get. i'm predicting double te aver snowfall in most of our region. d.c. normally gets about 15 inches per year. i'm forecasting 25 to 35 inches in and around the d.c. metro area and along i-95 with 35 to
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45 towards dulles and frederickd mary and more off toward e west. >> so, yeah, i was asking what he's batting ove the last seven years. >> i have to look. >> how many times has his prediction come true. >> i will say we're due. we already had snow. >> time to pay the piper. >> we already got that snow this past week, which was insane, cause it never happens before thanksgiving that i can remember. >> well, i think it did happen in 2011 we had an october -- >> 2012. >> 2012? >> we had snow in o 2012 november 26 and november 13. >> but there was an october snow i remember. >> we'vead snow before halloween so it's not out of the question. is it rare? yes. but not out ofhe question. one thing i'll say with that which he didn't touch on because he didn't have enough time. we have to make sure temperatures match up. if we're warm, there will be rain but with the position of
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the jet stream and the water south of alaska being warmer, that smds the jet strorth so that plummets that cold air right into our aa so we may have the perfect setup! i have a new weather term. snow cone of uncertainty. >> snow cone of uncertainty! >> do you like it? >> i do like it. >>one of uncertainty is one of our favorite terms. it used to be polar vortex but i've moved on. >> one thing i will mention, i probably shouldn't say this, list listen, 2009 and 2010 when we had the adblizzards, we a moderate el zblel nino. >> we're due. >> we're avdue. we temperatures in the 30s. it wasn't cutting you off because i was jus showing we're in the 20s and 30s.
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we have the winter jacket for today. you can have a light jacket for monday and tuesday. three.lly you have all you have all three jackets, adam? current temperatures for the next several days, average temperature 57 degrees. those temperatures will stay below our normal temperature for this time of year. in the low to mid-50s foryt e highs over the next several days and upper 40s by wednesday and then we drop from there. current temperatures out there right now. we're chilly, not as chilly as yesterday morning so those temperatures will move up into the low 50s today but in landover wll stay i the upper 40s so we're taking on the texans, big game today against washington. 1:00 fedex field, plenty of clouds around, light wind.
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temperatures will be around 50 degrees byki off. it will be a nice morning out there but we have a few more clouds. dry conditions. we head into your monday morning. monday morni commute jusine even if you're hitting the road early tomorrow morn wing. re going to have isolated showers west of i-81 and closer tohe mason/dixon line. so, again, most ofs will be dry stuck in the cloud cover. that's all it will amount to. monday looking fabulous, temperatures low to the mid-50s.
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tuesday will be breezy, nothing too bad. we're looking at sunshine, temperatures will be in the up up 40s. thanksgiving won't be tooad. sunshine and clear skies leading to black friday and black friday not looking too bad. overnight those temperatures will be in the 20s and 30s so it will be chilly. we'll have chances of rain into sunday, monday a somef those could linger into tuesday.
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more news on the other side of this break. see you then.
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at least76 people dead. 1300 missing. officials are concerned about the dangerous winds in the ming days. help us feed thousands of people for the holidays. join us for annual food for families turkey and food drive tomorrow. cyou can drop offned and boxed food, cash or checks at capital one arena. you can donate on our web site. and stay with news 4 all morning. "meet the press" starts at 10:30. interviews with senators lindsey graham andherrod brown here on nbc 4. bundle up ifdeou're h out this morning, lauryn. >> you are going to need that jacket because it's chilly and we havehe snow onround so you know you'll need it. we are going to start today in e 20s and 30s, warming into low 50s today. i believe we'll have a little moreloud cover throughout the day today as compared to yesterday but we're still dryhe through day today. tomorrow mid-50s. we will have showers north and west. west of i-81 and north closer to
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the mason/dixon line. spotty showers in the evening for everybody. that could lead iont rain for everybody. wednesday, thursday and friday will be gorgeous. plenty of sunshine. even thursday, thanks fabulous but only upper 30s and then black friday we have good shopping weather and if you're not working, doug kammerer and myself are co-hosting the myself are co-hosting the redskins holiday parade.
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it's like t apocalypse. no one expect this in noasmber. isked a series of questions. i've answered them very easily. he entire cpanamig was a lie. good morning and welcome to "sunday today" on, sund november 18th. i'm willie geist. the worstildfire in california's history now has taken76 lives with well over 1,000 people still unaccounted for this morning.en presidtrump traveled to the state on saturday to see the destruction for himself and to thank first responders who have been working nonstop for weeks to firht thees and to save lives.

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