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now at 6:00 -- >> crazy. >> a deadly shooting in a quiet community. tonight the search for the suspected shooter and what witnesses heard moments after the attack. plus, a warning for families in northwest d.c. brazen robbers holding up people at gunpoint. find out what they are after. and quite possibly a big blow to the islamic state. the air strike that may have injured their leader. news 4 at 6:00 starts now. good evening. i'm chris lawrence. a murder has shocked neighbors in what's usually a quiet area of laurel. now we've learned the name of what police are looking for.
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36 years old. prince george's county police say juan keniya could be driving an escalade with maryland tags. they think he shot and killed a man on red clay road near route 198. zachary kiesch spoke with a neighbor very worried about his safety. >> me and my wife just got home from a party. just talking to her and heard five shots. my wife thought it was somebody hanging up pictures with a ham ir. i was like, no, that's a gunshot. >> the apartments are quiet. it's a working class family oriented community. the kind of place daryl bullock wanted for his wife and son. >> for the most part, everyone knows each other. we help each other when it snows shoveling cars out. >> last night a different scene. five shots and one dead. it happened just before 10:30. >> so called the police and next thing you know, an rothey showe.
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>> reporter: as daryl came down the stairs he saw a woman here crying and learned the shooting happened right over here. not a lot of space between apartments here and certainly as a husband, as a father, daryl is concerned. >> close to your own opaapartme? >> right underneath it. >> the victim, avilar, is a 37-year-old man with a hayetsville address. i went to the apartment complex but nobody swrd. in laurel, anaronda police posted outside the apartment all day. this couple pulled up in an suv but drove away when we asked for a comment. the shooting started with a dispute but the details of what happened inside that apartment that left one man dead and neighbors shook still unknown. >> do you stay or pack up? >> we have to stay for the moment. we're leaving as soon as our lease is up.
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>> zachary kiesch, news 4. right now in northwest d.c., investigators are at the scene of a stabbing near rock creek park. it happened just a few hours ago on 14th and longfellow streets. paramedics rushed one victim to the hospital, and police are out looking for two suspects. police are also warning residents in northwest d.c. to stay alert after some man pulled off a string of armed robberies in georgetown. the men had guns and they've also targeted people in cathedral heights and along idaho avenue. they are holding people up for their smartphones and cash. derrick ward is live in northwest. what are you hearing from police out there? >> what we're hearing is they are putting the word out this is happening. this is kind of a residential neighborhood. a lot of people on food and especially late at night. people think that they want to get the word out because these two robbers are just getting a little too comfortable operating in this part of town.
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>> one of the latest victims that recently spent time in rio de janeiro, a great city with a reputation. >> nothing ever happened. i was also prepared and nothing happened. >> reporter: it wasn't until he came here to d.c. that he became a victim. it happened here in the 3100 block of p street. he and his housemate passed two men on the street and thought something just wasn't right. in a few seconds their fears were realized. >> at a certain point the one on the left turns around with a gun and puts it in my friend's face. >> reporter: the first here in the 3700 block of macomb street and the latest in the 3000 block of idaho street. those who live nearby are already cautious. >> my mom and i, doesn't really let me go out this late. so i try to stay inside when it's late. >> reporter: the suspect descriptions are similar as are the times and general area.
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enough to point to a pattern at least preliminarily. as for our victim -- >> you have to take it with a grain of salt. they are very much up to chance. i always walk a lot, especially in georgetown, dupont, in this neighborhood. i don't expect to stop doing that. >> the victim we talked to said he and his housemate got some of their belongings back. police still want to get the word out and other means to let people know they have to be extra vigilant in this part of town. derrick ward, news 4. back to you. a plane has gone down in virginia and one person is killed. a just located the single engine cessna today. it took off from frederick saturday. somehow it went way off course and crashed in the george washington national forest. the pilot was killed but a passenger survived. a fire burned through this
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townhouse in silver spring. a candle is to blame. the fire broke out around noon in a second floor bedroom. the smoke detector was not working. everyone made it out okay but one woman had to be treated for smoke inhalation. damages could top $100,000. one man's storage shed exploded in westminster and now vpors say three homes in the neighborhood are no longer safe to live in. the blast was so strong the shockwave blew debris all over the naireighborhood and damaged homes. now they have to undergo an inspection before anyone is allowed to go back inside. bernard was walking into his storage shed when it suddenly blew up. he's in the hospital tonight with second and third-degree burns. they don't know what caused the explosion but for now they are calling it an accident. developing overseas, iraqi officials say an air strike has wounded the leader of the islaj
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state. we don't know the xents of the injuries yet but they say abu bakar al baghdadi was injured. they put a $10 million bountsy on his head and they are still trying to confirm what condition he is in. two americans are spending their first days of freedom on american soil after being held in north korea. when they stepped off an airplane in seattle, their families were ready and waiting. it took a series of top-secret negotiations to get them out. beh is a missionary but was convicted of trying to overthrow the government. after two years in prison he's standing strong because of everyone who supported him. >> i just want to say thank you all for supporting me and lifting me up and not forgetting me. at the same time, also not forgetting the people of north korea. >> the u.s.'s top spy james clapper helped negotiate their rals and a senior obama
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administration official said the president approved that. college athletes taking fake classes so they can make the grade and keep playing. and a former baltimore ravens player said the school cheated him out of an education. tonight, the local highway opening up just in time for the monday morning rush. high temperatures today were around 60 degrees. it will continue to warm through the beginning of the workweek. by the end, though, feeling more like winter. i'll have the temperature forecast you won't want to miss coming up in about 10 minutes.
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for tens of thousands of commuters, it's a real milestone. the final part of the intercounty connector opens monday. it connects i-95 with route 1. it's a nearly 19-mile stretch and during rush hour, it will cost you $4.40 end to end. tonight, more fallout over an academic scandal at the university of north carolina. a former tar heel and baltimore raven is suing the school for fraud. mike mcadoo says unc coaches promised him a legitimate education and then steered him toward a shadow curriculum. an investigation found hundreds
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of student athletes were enrolled in bogus class designed to keep their grades up and keep them eligible to play. the university spokesperson is aware of mcadoo's lawsuit but won't comment until they review the claims. that is ebola survivor nina pham having fun during last night's football game at texas christian university, her alma mater. she said she's feeling pretty well and is overwhelmed by the outpouring of love. she was treated at the national institutes of health in bethesda before going back to texas about three weeks ago. it's expected to draw one of the largest crowds to the national mall in years. and right now, preparations are under way for the concert for valor. tonight, how you might be able to get a sneak peek at the performances before veterans day. plus -- fire, trapped inside. we meet the quick-thinking teenager who saved a police officer's life.
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the door was slammed. it was dented and couldn't open. the car caught fire and me and another guy ran -- we didn't run, we were already there. he said he couldn't feel his legs. we said we're going to have to drag you through the window, and he was ready for it. >> that kid is 17 years old and said he knew what he had to do to save a police officer.
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it burnt into flames and the officer was trapped inside. the teenager did suffer some minor injuries but was able to visit the officer later that night, even take a picture with him, and he is crediting with saving the officer's life. preparations are still under way, are in full swing for the big concert for valor on the national mall to honor american veterans on veterans day. the concert is tuesday but today we spotted some crews working on the main stage. tomorrow dress rehearsals and sound checks will take place. you may be able to get a sneak peek. the concert is free and open to the public. we posted everything you need to know about the event on our website, it's going to be nice weather, right? >> yes. >> it was beautiful out there today. >> the good news is the trend of nice weather continues through tuesday, even wednesday. after that, cold. >> i think that's whyome people are already getting a little bit of a jump on the whole winter weather thing and
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holidays. >> people taking advantage -- >> look at that. >> doesn't that look fun? >> the ice rink outside at pentagon city today. beautiful atum dutumn day. temperatures near 60. the coldev air since march will be arriving. but before we get to that cold air mass, it's going to be nice. plenty of sunshine. temperatures will be comfortable. and talking about precipitation chances, rain or snow, very little chance that we're seeing any precip for the upcoming week except for thursday night and friday. i'll be talking more about that in just a minute. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. 56 is the temperature in washington. 45 in gaithersburg. 46 in winchester. mainly clear skies overnight tonight. a sunny start on monday. need the heat on but the temperature around 45. with the sunshine, also make
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sure you have those sunglasses handy. the evening commute, despite the fact it will be pitch black outside, the temperature, around 60 degrees. tomorrow, a little bit warmer than it was today. high temperatures tomorrow, washington, about 5 degrees warmer than today. high tomorrow is 65 in the district. 58 for those of you in annapolis and 65 in culpeper. a really nice monday no matter what your outdoor plans are. kids having after-school sports tomorrow, the weather cooperating. veterans day when a lot of us have off, look at the high temperature. 68 degrees. comfortable outside. it will be a chilly start. that's just the case for this time of year. 7:00 a.m., temperature 48 degrees. by noon, already in the low 60s. we hit our high of 68 around 4:00, 5:00 p.m. in the evening. and the concert for valor at 7:00 p.m. at the start of the concert, temperature around 60 degrees for the majority of the concert.
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temperatures in the 50s. dress warm. you don't need your heaviest winter coat but i'd recommend at least a jacket. winds not an issue. some good news there. wednesday, high temperature of 62 degrees. a little more cloud cover on wednesday. now those of you back to the west of washington, your temperatures on wednesday a little cooler. mid to upper 50s. areas to the east of u-95 will see highs in the low 60s. inside the beltway as well. breezy by the afternoon and the cold air makes its way into the area wednesday night. it's a cold start on thursday morning. we only warm to 49 for a high on thursday. friday, a high of only 43 degrees. breezy both days. thursday night, maybe even thursday evening, there's a chance we will see light showers over spreading the area. maybe wet snow mixing in. that could linger into friday morning. no accumulation. still cold next weekend. 46 on saturday. and 51 degrees for a hig next
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sunday. >> in other words, enjoy the next few days while we've got them. thanks, amelia. the redskins off this week but the quarterback drama is not. jason is up next. just like an interception, i bet you didn't see this one coming. up your game with a new fritos chili pizza. a large for $12 dollars. add a mega chocolate chip cookie for just $5 dollars more. better ingredients. better pizza. better football. papa john's.
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this is the xfinity sports desk brought to you by xfinity. your home for the most live sports. the detroit lions staged a momentous comeback today. >> you aren't here to talk about that. >> you're the only one watching that detroit lions game. >> you are here to talk some rg3. >> the redskins will be back in action next sunday hosting the buccaneers. tampa bay lost again today. they are 1-8 this season and riding a five-game losing streak. as for the redskins, last sunday, players and coaches strongly denied a report that rg3 has alienated himself from the locker room. today some of those teammates continue to show support for griffin. >> when the decision was made for rg3 to come in and start, you feel guys feeling a certain way about that. in the locker room, i had to
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stand up and say something. as players, we can't worry about that. all we can worry about is going out on sundays and putting your best foot forward. >> if rg3 is that guy, he's not only a quarterback of the present but of the future. after these reports came out and the guys were asked about them, after the minnesota game, desean jackson said, rg is our guy. whatever we need to do to let the public know that. whatever we need to do so the media outlets know we back him and ride with him. we believe it in here. it has to be believed outside of these doors. >> all right. cowboys in london taking on the jaguars today. tony romo playing in his first game since injuring his back against the redskins. first quarter, boys up 3-0. here comes robinson. the former michigan quarterbacking about 32 yards for the touchdown. jaguars taking an early 7-3 lead. in the second quarter, though, dallas pulling back. romo to dez bryant.
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bryant doing most of the work here. weaving through tacklers. he finds the end zone. cowboys up 17-7. these two weren't done. later in the quarter, more from romo. going to drop back this time and go up top. this a 68-yard touchdown. three touchdowns on the day for tony romo. cowboys beat the jaguars, 31-17. joe flacco and the ravens hosting the rookie zach mettenberger of the tennessee titans. a little shovel pass here to leon washington. that's good for a touchdown. the titans take a 7-0 lead. later in the third quarter, tied at seven. flacco. the give to justin forseth. forseth finds daylight and finds the end zone. 11-yard touchdown run. 112 yards in this game and a pair of touchdowns.
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more from joe flacco. third quarter. third and six. he finds torrey smith. the former terpha hauls in the touchdown grab. they beat the titans, 21-7. steelers visiting the nork jets. nfl record 12 touchdown passes in two weeks for ben roethlisberger. he's been playing great. today was all about michael vick. vick off the play action going up top to t.j. graham. 67-yard touchdown hook-up here. the jets are up 10-0. later on in the game under two minutes to go. steelers don two scores. big ben somehow escapes this pressure. he finds a wide open martavius bryant for the 80-yard score and pittsburgh is back in this ball game. steelers need to recover this on side kick to have a chance. can't get to this one. jets go on to upset pittsburgh,
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20-13. a few more scores. giants lead the seahawks, 17-14 in the third quarter. eagles play monday night. they will host carolina. moving on to hockey. it's been a great weekend for the capitals. the team posting back-to-back wins. last night against carolina it was eric who was coming through for his teammates. a healthy scratch on friday night. back on the ice for the hurricanes game and that goal gave his team a 3-1 lead. carolina did come back to tie this game up. but alex ovechkin made some history. that slap shot rebound out to ba ba backstrom who ends the game. his 400th career assist. caps winners in overtime. >> first four or five games we played better than the opponent and we didn't get two points. that's the way it is in hockey sometimes. we'll learn from it and get
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better. >> four-point weekend for us. we don't want to let points get away from us but four points is huge considering where we were. >> all right now women's soccer. georgetown in new york for the big east conference championship against depaul. 23rd minute. elise wyatt of depaul has her shot blocked. she puts home her own rebond. depaul up 1-0. they'd go on to win, 2-0, over georgetown. >> thanks, jason. we'll see you back here after the gam.
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