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we're following two major stories right now, starting with an arlington fire that left two people dead, including a child. the heartbreaking scene. a neighbor with us. and it's election day. we're covering major races across your area and the country. from the senate to the race for governor in maryland to the fight over legalizing marijuana. good morning. welcome to news 4 midday. i'm barbara harrison. today voters in virginia and the district are voting on candidates and issue that can have a major affect on the way the polls are run from years to come. maryland and the district
started at 7:00 a.m. in virginia you'll be voting for one senate seat and all the house seats. we're going to start with the senate where incumbent mark warner is facing off against gillespie. he held a rally with tim kaine in alexandria. gillespie spend the night campaigning. we'll be watching the tenth district where they are running against democrat john fous. the frank wolf held the seat since 1981. foust was in one of the most negative races this year. right now he's behind in the polls. and from a new mayor to marijuana, you'll be voting, and your votes will make a big impact today.
>> in the district, you will not only decide the next mayor, you'll decide whether to legalize marijuana. you'll have a choice to vote yes or no to ballot initiative 81, which legalizes the possession of limited amounts of marijuana. supporters will hold an election night party, as well as a fund-raiser for d.c. central kitchen. while this initiative legalizes the possession of pot, it does not legalize the sale of pot. the d.c. council is working to come up with regulations law. the race for d.c. is the most competitive in 20 years she is a democratic candidate, normally an easy lock for the win. another candidate, former council member carol schwartz. she's on the right side of your screen. she's running independent as wem and could keep both bowser and
catania. five candidates are running for the job. all democrats. in maryland we're watching the race for governor. the state elected just one republican governor in the last 40 years. however, gop candidate larry hogan made big gains against rival anthony brown, who originally held a double-digit lead. now the race is considered a toss-up. richard jordan talked to both candidates this morning. he'll join us live at 11:30 with what they're saying today. in maryland you'll be voting for a new attorney general. polls in maryland close at 8:00 tonight. and for all the races, big and small, we'll have live team coverage tonight on news 4 at 1:001: 11:00. we'll be on for a full hour. down load the abc washington app
for breaking election results as soon as they come in. voters are also being welcomed with no weather issues out there today. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell joins us with his forecast for this election tuesday. >> tuesday is a quite one so far. that's just the way we like it on election day. no weather concerns at all. no rain. no crazy wind. it's a little chilly in the 30s and 40s. we've now warmed well into the 50s and 60s in a few neighborhoods. here's a look over the russian town center. partly sunny to at times mostly cloudy skies. no rain showing up anywhere on radar. we'll be dry for the rest of the day and much, if not all of tomorrow. there's the rain chance through the western parts of the ohio valley now. that arrives later in the week. we'll detail that in the seven-day. for now, 58 degrees downtown. but 67 already in fredricksburg. high temperatures today mostly in the upper 60s to around 70
degrees. pleasant enough day to be on the outside. mild for now. chance for rain. maybe a rumble or two of thunder coming up on thursday. and the cold wind coming back. see you in the saturday. accident crews are just starting to clear the scene after a deadly crash in montgomery county. chopper 4 was over the intersection earlier this morning. the crash happened just before 5:00 a.m. montgomery county police say a car hit a man crossing new hampshire avenue. the man was taken to the hospital where he later died. right now it's not clear if he was in the crosswalk. neighbors in arlington woke up to screams this morning. a man was yelling for help as a fire consumed his house. inside a child and another adult weren't able to make it out. news 4's megan mcgrath joins us to tell us what happened there at that tire at south emerson street, good morning. >> barbara, you can see the house behind me here. two houses in from the corner of
11th street. you can see the tremendous amount of danl done here. when fire crews arrived on the scene, they quickly learned two people were trapped inside the home. it was so far gone they couldn't get to him in time. >> all that's left of the home on south emerson is a burned out shell. the early morning fire swept through the the home as many in this arlington neighborhood sleft. but two others, a child and another adult should not. >> he was screaming and asking for help. >> santos salvador lives an ex door and heard the neighbors' cries but there wasn't much he could do. the house was fully engulfed by flames. >> you could see the flames huge. you can feel the heat. >> firefighters couldn't go upstairs immediately either.
the blaze so intense that they couldn't use their ladders. >> the people were trapped and put a lot in the second floor to gain access. there was so much fire that wasn't possible. they had to go back down and go through the first floor. >> and fire officials not released the names of the child or adult killed in this fire, and the cause is still under investigation. reporting live in arlington, megan mcgrath, news 4. barba barbara, back to you. >> election day could mean a shift in power in washington. we'll look at what it will take for republicans to gain control of the senate. and an unimaginable scene caught on camera, a woman abducted, the new steps police are taking this morning to catch the p
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police are hoping new security video of a kidnapping in philadelphia will lead to a suspect. this morning the reward for information was increased to $15,000. the video shows the very moments when kacarlesha was abducted. she tries to fight him down the block, and then she's thrown to the backseat of the car. at one point she broke out both rear windows of the car trying to escape.
>> screaming for help. i figured if it was somebody she knew, she would have said his name. >> please, whoever. just bring her back home. that's all we want. just release her. >> a witness watched the attack, but the car sped off before he got the license plate. police recovered a glove, a knife and other items left on the street. andr andrea goff is at the live desk. >> we are getting the first look at the woman who told police she threw her son off a bridge. she told police voices told her to throw her 6-year-old son london, who is autistic off that bridge along the coast of oregon. police found the boy's body in the water. we also just learned that she had blogged about her struggles raising her son. her family's difficulties actually were well documented on social media. she is charged with murder and will make her first court appearance in a few hours. barbara sf.
>> thanks, angie. police are looking for the person who shot a man near the shaw metro station in the district. the shooting happened last night near 8th and rchlt streets northwest. police blocked off the area but now traffic is moving again there. the victim is expected o be okay. a montgomery county school is explaining to parents why the school waited a month to inform parents about an alleged sexual assaul on cam p us. a letter was sent home to parents of baker middle school students explaining the october 6th incident. the principle says police arrested a contractor who was working at the school building after he was accused of inappropriately touching a student. no one else is involved. the principal says the incident was not made public in order to protect the privacy of the student. we're working to bring you the most up to date information on decision 2014. a west virginia senate race is sure to make history, no matter who ends up winning. and i'm storm team 4
the seventh congressional district. you may remember dave upset eric cantor in the primary. he's a professor at randolph's macon college. he goes off against democrat jack trammel. the seventh district runs from the west end to parts of fredricksburg. in west virginia, the winner of the u.s. senate race will make history. either candidate will become the first woman elected to represent west virginia in the u.s. senate. both are trying to fill the seat from senator jay rockefeller who is retire this year. poll in west virginia close at 7:30 tonight. aaron gilchrist breaks down which ones could change the balance in congress. >> there are 36 seats in 33 states up for grabs. seven in states where democrats are retiring and president obama
lost in 2012. wf is the one closest to us. shelly is the favorite to win there and become that state's first republican senator many more than 50 years. in order for democrats to win, they'll have to hold off republicans in new hampshire, north carolina and a majority of the other eight battleground states you see in purple. if it's close, they have a built-in advantage, too. the two independents in congress, currently caucus with democrats and that could tip the balance. if the republicans gain five seats t senate is tied. with vice president joe biden, the tie breaker, in favor of democrats. no matter what happens today, it could be months before we hear the final results. if no candidates win 50% of louisiana and georgia here, well, then those states could go to run-off elections. louisiana's is in december.
georgia's is not until january of 2015. i'm aaron gilchrist. news 4. >> >> this midterm the stakes are high. voter turnout is expected to be low. it's a major concern. tracie potts explains why people are not going to the polls. >> barbara, the polls are now open. and we're watching not only the key senate races, but also voter turnout around the country is expected to be low. not only because it's a midterm and voter turnout is low. but the polling leading up to this day shows there are just not as many voters engageded outside of the ten or so states where we have very hot senate races. we're looking to see if the 90 million people predicted to show up will show up. so far, a quarter of voters have already voted through early voting or mail-in ballots.
colorado is doing that for the first time. here fall ls church is the area of northern virginia that typically has the highest voter turnout. we'll see if that is the case today. >> and if you want to vote but aren't sure where to go, we have a tool to help you find your poll pg place. go to nbcwashington.com and search "find polling." today the debate over privacy rights will play out in front of three federal appeals budgets. they'll decide if the phone data collection program is constitutional. the collecting of phone data is of compelling importance to the nation's security. and right now aman from annapolis is charged with threatening the president. christopher o'brien sent an e-mail to the white house threatening to kill president obama and the first lady. he says he never intended to
carry out the threats. he told the investigators he regrets sending the message and feels embarrassed. the supreme court is hearing arguments to decide if the air marshal is covered by the whistle blower protection act. the marshals received an unencrypted text message saying some of their missions would be canceled. one marshal questioned the supervisor. when there was no response, he went to a reporter at msnbc. soon after, the marshal was fired. he is suing to get his job back saying he is covered by the whistle blower act. we're live in upper marlboro. and the new device that could
apple did not respond to the request. a new kind of airport screener could make getting liquids through tsa easier. some are already testing in new device called the insight 100. it uses a laser to determine what's in liquid containers. it's supposed to tl the difference between lotion and a liquid explosive. the company is in talks with the u.s. right now you're only allowed to bring three ounces in your carry-on bag. this device could change that rule. >> if you feel like you're being nickelled and dimed by airlines, you may be onto something. the industry is collecting almost $50 billion in fees this year. that's a 17% increase in fees from last year. the people are adjusting and high fees are becoming normal for them. they will pay an average of $15 in fees. in virginia, tax breaks for
military families can make that happen. plus, more about a teenager learned of plotting to kill students at a maryland school. what evidence police say the 16-year-old handed over to investigators. and storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is back with your fist look at the seven-day forecast. forecast. rain could be an issue later in
she did itas a legislator,oors, hoping barbara comstockice. pushed bills benefiting her special interest client, then failed to disclose she was paid thousands by that same client, failed to disclose 85,000 in extra compensation. the washington post called comstock's behavior "an apparent breach of congressional ethics." we just can't trust barbara comstock. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. right now storm team 4 is
keeping an eye on the temperatures. we're climbing into the the 60s. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell joins us right now. >> some places 50s. other places in the 60s. but we're warming up. >> not bad. >> our officials are voting on all kinds of stuff. >> all kinds of reasons to get outside and enjoy the day. extra long lunch break to get out and cast your ballot for whoever you think is the best candidate. people say you vote if you hate both candidates? absolutely. if you choose not to vote for one of them, there's still a lot of ballot initiatives on the ballot as well. you may have to skip one, but you should still go to the polls. my soap box is now done. skies are partly to mostly cloudy. mild enough day by november standards to be out there. sunglasses if you live in virginia where there's more sunshine and a light jacket if you live in maryland, where we have just a touch more cloud cover and as a result
temperatures are cooler. there's a view over washington. 58 in washington. light wind out of the south. temperatures in 260s in the shenandoah valley. lorain 66. charlottesville 66. the warmer air is coming in aloft on the southwesterly breeze. so higher elevations will warm up first day. in the upper 50s in town and upper 50s in annapolis. 63 in gaithersburg. hour by hour in the afternoon, a fair amount of sunshine. temperatures on average in generally the mid 60s by noontime. much of the area close to 70 for high temperatures. clouds will increase in advance of this weather front, dh promises the next chance for rain is mostly on thursday. heavier rain across parts of the
x. that's the moisture that's going to be moving in our direction. he's rain drops across illinois and indiana are drifting northbound and as a result won't bother us. that batch of moisture is in fact coming our way. around town, a few high clouds not generating anything in the way of rain. there's the mid level cloud deck drifting out by 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon. lows back mostly to the 40s. 50s downtown and bay side. tomorrow skies go from partly o to mostly cloudy through the course of the day. rin chances tonight through early thursday and onto thursday afternoon and thursday evening as well. so near 70 today and tomorrow as well. rain chances are back before you're up on thursday morning. rain likely throughout the day. could have a rumble of thunder
or two as well. the rain is out of here before sunrise. but it promises to be windy and chilly. srd saturday is probably the better day of the weekend. sunday milder but a chance for showers rolling on in. so there's a little something for everybody. mild for now. cool by the weekend. >> thank you, chuck. news 4 is all over the campaign trail. we have a close eye on who will be the next governor of maryland. both have spend millions and recruited high profile help to draw those votes. richard jordan caught up with vote candidates this morning in a race that will be one to watch throughout this day. richard is joining us live. good morning. >> good morning, barbara. >> we did speak with both men, and both of them say they are optimistic. both feel they can win tonight. we'll have to wait and see what happens with that. this is a race not only being watched by maryland voters, but all across the country. in fact, republican leaders say
if they lose maryland's governor race. it will be the biggest upset of the midterm elections. anthony brown supporters lined up to cheer him on. maryland's lieutenant governor at a church in upper marlboro voting with his wife and mother. brown says he's confidence. no matter the margin he's already preparing for tomorrow. >> whether it's 50% in one or 11-point margin, we govern for the people of maryland and we'll begin doing that starting tomorrow morning. >> but larry hogan says not so fast. the republican businessman is working to encourage voters who want to flip the democratic stronghold and turn a blue state red. he says he's encountered many people ready for new leadership. >> all day long democrats come up to me and say i'm a lifelong democrat but i'm voting for you. they sometimes say i've never voted for a republican but i'm voting for you. we really need to change direction in our state. >> both candidates campaigning
until the end. the two men agree the key to victory is voter turnout. >> and that's what brown and hogan are doing today. they want to interact with voters, get them to the polls and hopefully earn their vote. they're going to be doing that throughout the day and watching votes come in tonight. >> in virginia you'll volt on an amendment to give a tax break to military families. it exempts spouses of mill tear member who is died in action from certain property taxes. it's only for spouses primary's residence, though, and it is not valid if a spouse remarries. and we have an important reminder for you. if you're headed to vote in virginia, you need an approved i.d. to cast a ballot. you can use a driver's license, or a photo i.d. card issued by your employer. college students can use your university icht d.s. if you show up empty handed, you'll be asked to fill out a
provisional ballot. you can also get a valid i.d. at the election office. no matter where you're voting today, let us know. if you see any problems at all at the polls. give us a call at 202885 or send an e map to tips@news4 i-team.com. and why you may have seen fewer campaign signs in maryland. work crews through thousands away because a state said they're too distracting and a danger on the road. state workers removed more than 3,000 signs in montgomery and prince george's county. >> a 16-year-old maryland teen faces adult criminal charges for planning to shoot people and blow up his school. the teen admitted he planned to bring a gun to school. the case unfolded saturday with a car break-in. while questioning the teen, police learned of this plan.
>> the boy showed us a gun he had in his bedroom. he showed us homemade devices. vices made with ordinary household materials. >> the teen was charged with possession of a destructive device, theft hean a handgun violence. vikings runningback adrian peterson is back in court today. there are reports he could accept a plea deal in his child abuse case. he was accused of punishing his sun by himming him with a tree branch. he's facing fron felon abuse charges. and information on a new recall. angie? >> ford is recalling more than 200,000 vehicles and for several reasons. ford crown victoria.
mercury grand marquee and lincoln town car from 2005 to 2011. now the reason, one of them, improperly repaired parts that involve the steering shaft. it was fixed in a preefs recall. flex and f150 models on the list because of an issue that can make the air bags mall fupgs. almost 1,000 f150 pickups from 2014 recalled because of an incorrect brake pedal position. drivers are being advised not to use krool control until they get these checked out. one accident has been connected to one of the problems but nobody has been hurt. over to you. >> a statement out this morning reveals what virgin ga lastic has learned about a crash of an experimental spacecraft. what they know from the discovery of the engine and fuel tank. plus, it's election day! we have crews spread out across the area as people head to the polls. we'll update you throughout the
we'll update you throughout the newscast and throu after filling out their hogan iquestionaire, aight. hogan was awarded an a- from the nra. but now he refuses to release his responses. the nra opposes comprehensive background checks. they want to weaken maryland's gun safety laws. even support letting suspects on the fbi terror watch list buy guns. on gun safety and terror, the nra is wrong. hogan gets an a- from the nra. on protecting maryland, we just can't trust him.
each violation. it will result in you're getting more citations. >> i think it's bull crap. >> why? >> because, if the light is red and clear to go, why would i have to come to a full stop? that's just another way for them to get money out of us of us. >> the cameras will catch more than one drivers who turns on a red light. in the past it only recorded the first driver to do that. the redskins name controversy is being heard all the way to the west coast. they are asking the fcc to deny license renewals to local tv stations that use the name. george washington university professor is helping the group to file the petition. pe gained notoriety for getting cigarette ads banned from air in the 1970s. the fcc chairman has called the name offensive, but legal experts have raised doubts any
licenses could be revoked. >> right now police need your help finding this man. he stole bank information from atms by installing a skimmer and small camera. he made off with more than $100,000. he may also be the same guy that hit several atms over the summer. and we're learning new information about the virgin galactic spaceship. they foun the engine in tact with no signs of a midair explosion. while this has been tragic and a setback they are moving forward. the spacecraft was designed to take up to six people on sightseeing trips in space. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused friday's crash. work on an ebola vaccine that has has shown promise is
stalling. plus, how effective is bleach as a disinfect ent and how safe? >> you have very few regrets in life. one of them has to do with this building. something that happened in this building. what was it? >> and jewel reveals one of her biggest regrets to meredith. that's at 1:00 this afternoon on nbc 4. she did as a legislator, doors, hoping yobarbara comstocke. pushed bills benefiting her special interest client, then failed to disclose she was paid thousands by that same client, failed to disclose 85,000 in extra compensation. the washington post called comstock's behavior "an apparent breach of congressional ethics." we just can't trust barbara comstock.
governor terry mcauliffe will be briefed on the ebola screening. dulles is one of five u.s. airport peoples are traveling from liberia, sierra leone or guinea are allowed to enter into the united states. stricter screenings began two weeks ago. travelers are give an kit to include a thermometer, tracking log and information on who to call if they're sick. an experimental ebola vaccine protected monkeys from catching the deadly virus, that according to researchers from the university of texas in austin. the nose spray saved all nine monkeys tested for the infection. they say they need more funding to continue their study. researchers say they have been working on the particular vaccine for seven years now. now they're waiting to hear back from the n.i.h. and others to continue their work. with so much news about ebola, the enterovirus and the start of flu virus season, household bleach is inexpinsive and highly
effective at disinfecting those things. we have an application for every day life. good morning. >> good morning. >> we all want to hear if it really works. we hear the doctors tell us with ebola that regular bleach can work. >> right. it's sodium hyper chloride. that's the active ingredient you're looking for. so some of these items have that in it, like this is the household bleach that we use for laundry. this is like $2.99. this is the most inexpensive way to sterilize your environment that you could find around. >> we're not just talking about ebola. >> fungus. bacteria. viruses, yes. now this spray is a 10 spkt spray with the same ingredients. and basically this is a brand
call that is kind of like a 10% solution of this. so you can really make this out of what you have in the household. you just have to get a spray bottle. >> but is bleach 100% bleach? >> legally it's about 8% of the active ingredient. there are other ingredients in this. when we use it in dermatology, we use very small amounts. like half a cup in a full bathtub of water. >> and it's still effective. and so that is how back in vietnam a lot of military men were in environments where it was very moist and their feet got wet. they soaked their feet in bleach. with water. a bleach solution. water it's great with fungus, bacteria and virus. >> i was wondering if you wanted to disinfect your hands if you thought you touched a doorknob
or something. >> that's why these were developed. these do not contain bleach. if you lie it down on something normally bleach will take the color out of, you're not going to find that so this type of product is easily a disinfect t disinfectant. but it's made by the chlorox people. >> if i were to a spray a doorknob? >> they are as effective. but they cost more. if you want to be economical. you can just bleach and make your own formulations. just recently in dermatology there's a company that developed these products, which is a facial wash and a body wash that contain the same active ingredients. which is also in chlorine and
your swimming pools and it's what they use when you get a root canal to destroy the root. bloodstream is used all over the environment. it's very safe. it's just the concentration that we're looking at. what concentration do we use at home? >> well, this is 10%. if you had nine parties water and one part bleach, that's effective. when they have the aids and hiv outbreak, the virus very important not to spread it throughout hospital bed to hospital bed. they would use a 10% bleach solution to sterilize the room before the next patient had to use the room. this has been around if r a long, long time. it's just now getting noticed again because of all the virus and bacteria. >> everybody keeps telling us to wash our hands all the time.
>> these are great for traveling. >> very good. >> i think i will take you up on that. that's a great idea. coming up, new reports of problems for patients going through hip replacement surgery. plus, chuck bell is back with a look at when temperatures head back down. stay with us. we'll be right back.
anyone you know who has had a hip replacement. doctors say they're seeing hundreds of cases of metal poisoning from a certain type of hip implant. >> it feels like somebody just taking a sledge hammer at you. the pain is so excruciating. >> dtors told 48-year-old fred ree koe a total hip replacement would alleviate the severe pain in his pip, but weeks after the surgery he was still suffering. >> i'm constantly going to the emergency room to deal with the same thing i get with before. >> after nearly 30 trips to the hospital gray learned the cause of his pain was actually cobalt poisoning the result of metal ions leeching into his body from the implants in his hips. >> i wouldn't wish for anybody to go through what i've been through. >> about a million people worldwide have implants made out of metal. typically a combination of cobalt, chromium and titanium.
doctors say it's rare, but in some people, the implant's ball and socket start to wear. that causes small amounts of metal to enter the body and become toxic. >> in some cases the metal is released slowly and cause problems such as heart failure, heart disease, rashes or neurological symptoms. >> dr. robert bunning is the associate medical director at medstar national rehabilitation hospital. he says it's unclear how many people will get metal poisoning. there have been hundreds of cases documented and probably many more go undiagnosed. in most cases. patients can tell there's something wrong. they experience new or worsening pain in the hips or clicking in the joints. now doctors are seeing some cases where people don't have any symptoms. they're having unexplained heart disease. >> there's people with life threatening heart failure from elevateded cobalt levels.
>> the good news is once the implant is removed any heart problems or issues with pain will typically reverse. that's what fedricko is hoping. >> i just want to let people know what i've been through. and because i had another surgery, it actually saved me. >> doreen gentzler, news 4. the fda regulates the hip implants and says not enough evidence to support routine testing for metal poisoning. if you're experiencing symptoms, though, you should talk to your physician immediately. want to go back to angie goff with new information on adrian peterson. >> we have breaking news. adrian peterson won't reach an agreement today to resolve the child abuse case. we're being told from our sources he will plead no contest to misdemeanor and if this agreement is accepted by the
judge, it looks like he will pay a $2,000 fine, be placed on probation, do about 80 hours of community service work. but will serve no jail time. the vikings running back was in court. he's accused of punishing his son by hitting him with a small tree branch. he faces felon child abuse charges. peterson maintained he never meant to hurt his son. that's the latest from the live desk. back to you. >> and we're working for you all day to cover the midterm elections in our area. we're watching the big senate race between mark warner and republican challenger ed gi gillespie. the latest results show the race has tightened. and it's a tight race in maryland. anthony brown held a double-digit lead. nbc will be keeping an eye on the mayor's race between the
democrat and independent david catania and schwartz. we'll watch the ballot initiative to legalize marijuana use. republicans need to gain six seats to win back the senate majority. the west virginia senate race is one of the races expected to go red today. >> and nice blue skies out there. >> you may as well stay outside and enjoy mild weather. already thinking about the weekend. yes, indeed. will you or won't you be raking leaves? probably on saturday not a bad day to do it. chilly with temperatures in the low 50s. maybe a shower on sunday. great weather today. clouds on the increase during the day tomorrow. i think rain drops hold off until midnight. it will be be wet from sun up to sun down and drying out with a
cool northwest wind, setting back up on friday. that ought to help bring down quite a few leaves bringing to the branchs out there. >> not a lot of them left. >> not too many. let's hope it's nice all day so folks can get out. >> i i think it will be. >> that's news 4 midday for today. the news about the election and hole you'll be in by then. have a great day. see you in the morning.
>> jj: i'm not lying to you. why--why would you think that? >> paige: i know what you've been doing today, besides thinking about me. and it makes me start to wonder who you really are. >> clyde: some guys have all the luck. could do a heck of a lot worse. ben was too little to know what i saw at the bottom of tupelo hill that day. but he's old enough now-- >> jordan: no. >> clyde: out of the passenger side of that truck was smashed into that tree-- >> jordan: stop it! >> clyde: like somebody plowed into on purpose. blood everywhere. your poor mama never stood a chance, tammy sue. >> jordan: no, it was an accident!