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>> reporter: halloween in georgetown is nothing quite like it. i'll have more coming up on news 4. off the top at 11:00 tonight a community is in mourning after a 20-year-old college student center alexandria was shot and killed. joseph boes attended hampton university. somebody gunned him down in norfolk. it was the third deadly shooting this morning, police say. they say the shootings may have been the result of an argument that ended in gunfire. because of the three homicide, norfolk's police chief is asking for an emergency call to action. >> we had two within an hour of one another and a couple which happened a couple of weekends ago. something has to be done. we have to get the community involved in this. we have to be able to respond. >> right now there is no word on any suspects or motives for the shooting. it is all about the
costumes, the candy, and the parties! it's halloween night and emilio will join us in a minute with what mother nature is planning for the evening. we want to go to derrick in georgetown where people are having a good time, d. >> reporter: well, indeed they are. you know, it is halloween in georgetown. lots of other traffic and pedestrians. they have people at the intersections to make sure that the revelers and the drivers peacefully coexist. it's about safety tonight. and a fixture has been sober rides. let's hear from one of the executives to tell you why it's so important. >> happy halloween! >> happy halloween! >> we're offering this until 4:00 a.m. the call is free. the service is free.
i can't think of a single excuse somebody can render for getting behind the wheel of a car after drinking tonight. >> reporter: 180-0200-taxi. there's no need to get behind the wheel drunk or after you've been drinking. they have three rides up to a $30 fare. they'll get you home safely and make sure everyone else is safe whether they're out here celebrating or not. back to you. >> stay safe out there. it is halloween night. amelia was tracking rain earlier. >> for tonight most of us will stay dry but cloudy. however on storm team 4 radar i'm tracking the rain. a lot of this not even hitting the ground evaporating as it falls in parts of western maryland to western virginia. tomorrow morning i think we'll be tracking scattered showers on storm team 4 radar. i think future weather is over
doing it a little bit with the precipitation, but do plan on dealing with showers around tomorrow morning about a 30 to 40% chance otherwise cloudy skies. here we are at 8:00 just about everybody has the chance of rain as we work toward the midday hour and that chance of rain starts to diminish and clouds break up. erika, it will be mild tomorrow. coming up in the full forecast i'll have the hour-by-hour temperature forecast when we hit 70 degrees. >> all right, thank you. looking forward to it. new at 11:00 three people including a 10-year-old girl died after a car plowed into a group of trick or treaters in the bronx. the accident happened just before 5:00 this afternoon. several others incoming a 9-year-old and a 3-year-old were also injured. a cab driver told police the car started ramming his cab shortly before it drove off the street and into the crowd. also, new tonight a tragic accident in southern maryland. two people enjoying a ride on a
tandem bike died after an suv hit them from behind. it happened just before 3:00 in chesapeake beach. police say the woman behind the wheel had been drinking. they arrested 62-year-old catherine lyon and charged her with dui. the black boxes have been recovered from a russian airliner that crashed in a sinai peninsula killing all 224 people on board. right now it is not clear what caused the metro jet plane to crash this morning. but an egyptian official says that the pilot asked to make an emergency landing shortly before the plane went down. isis claimed responsibility for the crash, but russian officials say the group hasn't provided any evidence and experts doubt they have the capability to take down an airliner. alcohol may have played a factor in a deadly crash early this morning in an run dahl county.
police say a car left the roadway. they say the driver was ejected from the vehicle because they were not wearing their seat belt. one of the students seriously bush burned in the class fire at the high school will be heading to surgery next week. the family of sonia javarris set up the caring bridge page. sonya is doing well but has several serious burns on her arm. one other student is still recovering at med star washington hospital center. the three remaining victims have been released. the fire broke out after an explosion during a chemistry demonstration. starting today you may need to give yourself a little extra time if you use massachusetts of a and a street. it will shift north so there will be lane closures associated with this and big changes on h street eastbound.
road work is expected to last about eighth months on the job. check out the nbc washington app to stay ahead of the changes. just search "traffic." police are asking for your help to find a family of five that haven't been seen in more than a week. the frederick county sheriff's department opened a missing persons case yesterday. a family friend called them after the father, whom you see here in this picture did not show up for work last friday. police went to his home on brave heart drive and found the home empty and one of the family cars missing. all cell phones were also turned off. investigators say right now they do not suspect foul play. toys for to t s fs for totht happen this year. find out how one the important program was saved. after historic flooding in narrator: for state senate, who shares our values? jeremy mcpike - supports school funding.
thinks women should make their own health care decisions. and favors background checks on all gun sales. hal parrish? as mayor, he slashed education. fought to block women's health clinics. parrish gets an "a" from the gun lobby - they oppose background checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. virginia extreme or mainstream? vote mcpike for virginia. feinblatt: everytown for gun safety action fund sponsored this ad. the washington post endorses democrat jeremy mcpike for state senate. applauding mcpike's "ideas about getting traffic moving." the post warns republican hal parrish "holds rigid positions against medicaid expansion and common-sense gun safety." and parrish was the deciding vote to restrict women's health clinics in manassas, forcing women to go elsewhere jeremy mcpike is the better choice. i'm jeremy mcpike, candidate for state senate, and i sponsored this ad.
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and voted to force women seeking abortions to have intrusive transvaginal ultrasounds. dick black. so extreme, it's dangerous. another least five people have died after a storm slammed north texas. in this video, you'll be able to see people hold to tree branching waiting for rescue crews. this is near austin. millions of americans are under flash flood warnings as the storm head east. three people drowned near austin yesterday in flood waters after the 15nches of rain caused massive floodings. the rain moved east toward houston stranding at least 90
motorists. >> we heard lots of alerts coming through, we knew we had to be on alert. we hunkered down in the hallway. >> there were records of two tornados touchingdown east of houston yesterday. two people were hurt and about 30 homes were also damaged. jeb bush is making a painful admission and senator bernie sanders thinks things are getting too personal. those are some of the top headlines tonight in the race for the white house. in new hampshire today sanders criticized hillary clinton's supporters for accusing him of being sexist. clinton talks about the economy in charleston, south carolina. now on the republican side, while in norfolk, donald trump called president obama's decision to send special forces to syria, a quote, half measure. and jeb bush was in des moines, iowa where he admitted he has get better at debates. bush will talk about his plan to
turn his campaign around tomorrow morning on "meet the press" here on nbc 4. and we're just minutes from november! can you imagine. amelia has your forecast coming up. i'll give you a hint, it includes some 70s degree temperatures. and we asked for the cutest pictures from your kids on this happy halloween. we're going show you a lo
in to save it. metropolitan moving storage stepped in to save the day. >> imagining that he collects 70,000 toys a year and could have possibly not happened and not gotten to the families that are depending on it. >> now the goal for toys for tots is to find a permanent place where they can collect the distribute the toys every year. we headed to twitter to ask you to send us your trick or treat photographs and you have delivered! we have great ones to show you. we know whohis is. there is doug, the god of thunder lightning something or something. thor! this is one of our producer april's kids. spiderman and the spider that bit him. and more superman. very popular costume this year, i'm sure. and a few others.
batman in his batmobile. that one looks like it took some time to craft. thank you very much for sending this over to us. you can check the nbc washington app to see a few more pics. search halloween pictures. and tonight halloween. tomorrow the first day of november. and of course, daylight saving time coming it an end. we get an extra hour of sleep overnight as we set our clocks back. it shifts the sunrise and sunset times. sunrise at 6:30 an hour earlier. sunset, the unfortunate part, now at about 5:00. our sunset will be before 6:00 p.m. until march 1st of next year. it's a good time to check your fire alarms and check the batteries. the weather headlines there's a chance you're dealing with shower tomorrow mainly during the morning hours.
you like to have the outdoor exercise for the first half of the sunday. you might want to grab the rain gear. it's warmer. you're raking the leaves. i think if you wait to the later afternoon hours any rain that falls should dry the leaves off. have the umbrella handy on monday especially south of washington. after monday t-shirt weather returns for the first week of november. tomorrow the weather having a pretty low impact on your day. there's a chance of a shower. as long as you're prepared, you can have the nbc washington app to check the rain moving through. you'll be fine. overall more clouds around then today. but the temperatures not too bad. i think the temperatures tomorrow is what we're going to enjoy about the forecast. right now we're at 55 degrees and i'm showing you the winds because notice the direction out of the south. it's that southerly wind that is going to bring warmer air into the region overnight tonight. during the morning hours there's a chance of a shower at about 30 to 40%. otherwise 7:00 a.m. a chilly 50 degrees. still cool at 10:00 a.m. with a
temperature around 60. here is the 70 degrees i was talking about for a high. we'll hit it at about 3:00 in the afternoon. for your sunday evening it's dry walking the dogs. the temperatures in the mid 60s as you get ready to head back to work. on monday a high temperature of 55 degrees with plenty of clouds in place. best chance of rain on monday is going to be south of washington where rain is likely. for the timing of rain it looks mainly later in the day. for the district and areas to the north, only the chance of rain now. tom will be in tomorrow morning updating this forecast. monday also cool it down for the workweek. look at the high temperatures low to mid 70s. 74 on wednesday and thursday 75 for a high on friday. a little bit cooler by saturday. next saturday with a chance of showers. >> thank you, amelia. still ahead. the tricks andthe
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form head coach. web saunders honored this evening. early in the second quarter whitman returned to the bench saying hello. skip ahead fourth quarter. wizards down 2. bradley field with the drive and 26 for biel. tied at 106. a couple of plays later knicks to carmelo anthony. so smooth. check it out knocking down the long to the game high of 37. a two point lead. wizards on the run. pass to junior. and wizards within one late less than 20 seconds to go now. wizards down three and biel can't get it to go. knicks hold on. the wizards with their first loss this season 117-110 the final. from the court to the ice. the capitals on the road visiting the panthers. skip ahead third period.
alex ovechkin. this one reviewed and caps even things at 1-1. head to the first 3-3 overtime of the season. doesn't give it and takes it and scores. a beautiful pass and finishes it off a fifth goal of the season for him. capitals win it 2-1. now tied for the best start in franchise history. in the big 10 each week you look on the schedule and you most likely get a good ranked football team. this week no different for mike as he coached the second game for maryland after replacing the fired randy edsall. on the road with unbeaten iowa. huge challenge today but things got a little hairy for maryland. second quarter hawkeyes already up 7-0. 11 yards into the end zone and iowa off to a 14-0 lead.
fourth quarter now turn overs continue to plague perry hell and maryland. three interceptions last week. throws the third of the day here. desmond king off to the races. they tried to tack him down and didn't get him. now seven interceptions on the season. hawkeyes up 31-7. ensuing kick off will likely give maryland fans something they can cheer about. likely making his way through iowa only as a punter to be. can't shake the punter. then gets a block. and he's in. 100 kick off return for touchdown. one of the bright spots for the day. it was their fifth straight 31-15 iowa now 8-0. virginia hosting georgia tech. we go third quarter here. the catch and thinking end zone and he's in. 30 yard touchdown. take it 20-14 lead.
fourth quarter now virginia offense moving. give it to al bertd reid. he's gone 24 yard touchdown. virginia beats georgia tech. virginia tech visiting boston college. that's your favorite costume of the day, i know. looking pretty good. michael making his second start coming back from a broken collarbone. virginia tech 7-0 lead. second quarter now tech up 10-0. eagles with the ball give it to jordan and he stops andrew. and the sophomore line backer is off to the races. 34 yard fumble return for the touchdown. beating boston college 26-10. now 4-5 on the year. in annapolis navy hosting usf. step ahead to the second quarter navy down 10-3 give it to chris swain and gets loose.
navy ties it at 10. in the fourth quarter one rushing touchdown away from tieing for the most in history. fourth and goal. reynolds punching it in. 77th career rushing touchdown. navy beats south florida 29-17. now bowl eligible. congratulations to howard bison picking up the first win of the season 55-9 over savannah state. now royals up 53 in the nin-3 i. "saturday night live" is next. we leave you with happy halloween pictures you sent to us. we hope that everybody continues to have a good night. please be safe out there. ♪