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specific training. sniffing out cold hard cash. talented veterans take the stage at a dc comedy club. meet one of the new graduates of a comedy boot camp that makes laughter therapeutic. >> announcer: news4 at 11:00 starts now. good evening. t if the latest polls are any indication the race for the white house could turn out to be a nail birt. hillary clinton's lead over >> today both candidates stumped in ballots ground states looking for any edge they could get. brian moore is following the campaigns from washington. brian? >> reporter: doreen and jim, trump still has a narrow path to victory that is virtually non-existent if he can't win florida. with six days left, sparks are flying in the race for the white house. donald trump hitting three cities in must-win florida, predicts hillary clinton's
>> if she were elected, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. you know what's going to happen. in all fairness, we went through it with her husband. he was impeached. >> reporter: clinton asking las vegas to consider what a trump white house might look like. >> we have to look at everything he has said and done in his career and in this campaign. >> reporter: it's crunch time. >> stay on point, donald. stay on point. >> reporter: every word, every step c make their closing arguments. >> hillary clinton won't change washington. >> reporter: they battled on the air in game seven of the world series. >> i'd look her right in that fat you goly face of hers. she ate lying a pig. >> reporter: and ground troops are mobilizing. >> talking to republican voters and encourage them to get out and vote. >> reporter: the follows are narrowing. >> every vote is so important this year. >> reporter: a marathon race down to the final sprint. both candidates have a two rally
carolina, another state critical to trufr's white house hopes. back to you. brian, thank you. the video san jose shows just how bad this crash was. but the 911 calls reveal the frantic moments after a school bus slammed into an mta bus up in baltimore. tonight we hear from the father of one of the bus drivers killed in the crash and from a survivor looking for answers. jackie bensen reports. >> we just had a school bus smash into a car >> reporter: the frantic 911 calls make it clear people new something unpaj imaginely awful had just happened. >> i need an ambulance, i need an ambulance. there is a bus accident. >> reporter: six people died in the crash on frederick avenue. a yellow school bus first hit a car, then kept going at least 520 feet, and slammed into a maryland transit administration bus heading in the opposite direction. one call comes from the victim in the damaged car. he has to speak over his
notification system. >> a school bus hit me. >> a school bus hit you. >> reporter: the investigation is focusing on the 67-year-old driver of the school bus, among those who died. police say it will take weeks for an autopsy to lend clues about a possible medical problem. a survivor of the horrible incident says she was on her way to work and talking to a fellow passenger on the mta bus when the accident happened. she was woke up with glass in her mouth and was carried out by emergency personnel. >> next thing i know, i woke up on the floor. with glass in my mouth. i lost conscious. >>t good wife. good mother. good daughter. >> reporter: the father the mta bus driver, # 3-year-old ep me baker, who leaves behind four children is bereft. >> her little son keeps saying,
the 5-year-old one. you going to go pick mommy up? and i just hurt for that because he don't know. and i don't know hold -- how old he is going to be when he realizes. chopper 4 was over montgomery village moments after an 11-year-old girl accidentally set off pepper spray inside her montgomery school bus. 55 other students were on the kinsville elementary school parking lot when it happened. first responders took 30 kids to the hospital as a precaution. the girl won't face charges. his #-year-old son showed up to school with a loaded gun. and anthony childs landed in jail. tonight his attorney says he has no idea how that gun wound up in his son's backpack. a security guard at motown
the father dropped him off at the school after picking him up from the child's mother's house. prince george's hospital center closed its neonatal intensive care unit again. the second time in three months. this time the hospital says it has not pinpointed the source of a potentially deadly bacteria. two babies tested positive for the bacteria that risk for patients with weakened immune systems, including newborns. five babies were transferred out of the nicu today. it was originally found in the water supply but since it reopened there has been no evidence of the bacterium in the water there. if a schurch okay, why not a mosque. that's what at that chair of a local muslim society is saying today.
14-acre lot in nokesville south and west of man assis. it is a rural community. homes are usually on a couple of acres. and neighbors like their space. he says any construction would fit with the rural feel. but longtime residents say they are not convinced. >> moving what is basically a community of 500 people on that piece of land. that's too much. >> we are looking forward t working with everyone. >> signs were in front of some homes today. they say the rural landscape is being threatened. the county's planning discussion is considering the proposal. more and more students are packing into montgomery county classrooms but they are seeinge fewer and fewer male teachers. maryland state education first are calling ate critical shortage. news4 obtained the reports that said 80% of teachers hired statewide last year were women
disparity. >> they have that connection between a male teacher. >> it's our job as a school system to say we need you, our kids are important, whether they are special education students, general education students -- >> the report finds an overall shortage of men and women teachers in special education, languages, and art. it traces the problem to colleges not having enough students training to teach in the live desk where we just learned the fight for the iraqi city of mosul could now turn out to be a decisive battle with isis. the head of isis has just released his first message in nearly a year n. a 30-minute audio recording al-baghdadi urges his fighters to hold their ground and promises a fight to the death.
captured the city two years ago and established a caliphate there. some outlets are reporting that bagdadi himself is hunkered down in mosul and it could be a cripeing blow to isis if he were to be lost in battle. the u.s. has deployed apache gunships and special operation forces to help the iraqis in this fight. jim? chris lawrence, the their big day pew in dc tonight.
comedy boot camp. they performed tonight at the dc improv. shomari stone was there. >> nervous! >> reporter: judging by the laugh you would never know michael feels uneasy. >> you know, it's my first time doing comedy. so i'm just excited. i'm nervous. and hopefully i -- i just want to do a good job. >> reporter: michael is an iraq and afghanistan veteran who is doing stand up thanks he and other members took classes over the past six weeks. >> this is the nation's first stand up comedy class exclusive for veterans. >> reporter: he fought in iraq in 200 approximate and afghanistan in 2005. he was shot five times that year and spent two years at walter reed national military medical center. he is retired and now says comedy is therapeutic for ptsd. when you are able to look at a
funny, how can it make me and others laugh, it's therapeutic that way. >> reporter: now it's his moment. >> when i do this, i'm doing air quotes, you see, i'm missing my middle finger. so this is not, apostrophe, end quote. >> reporter: at the washington, d.c. improv comedy theater. >> nkt fact, you know, i wouldn't be here today if it wasn't from a little help above. two apache gunships just came in. >> reporter: they liked him. >> hilarious. made his experience relatable, something that i didn't feel awkward laughing about. >> i want to keep following the comedy thing. i want to she how far i can take it. >> reporter: in northwest dc, shomari stone, news4. next at 11:00, ambushed. >> there was absolutely nothing
that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. a you tube video could hold some clues to a deadly ambush on police in des moines, iowa. scott michael green turned himself in after an intense manhunt this morning.
them as they sat in their squad cars. according to police, greene's had a history of abrasive and racially charged run ins with police. most recently officers asked him to leave a high school football game for holding up a confederate flag during the national anthem. both of the officers shot and killed this morning were white. back close to home, and a story that has taken off on facebook today. there is dog at dulles airport that has a super hero-like skill. country safe. news4's kristin wright introduces us to nikki. >> good boy. >> reporter: canine nikki is on the front lines. >> go ahead, thank you. >> reporter: u.s. customs and border protection took us into highly restricted areas of dulles airport to show us how this dog is helping to protect
nikki's partner, officer patrick dowelling trained him to do the impossible for the rest of us. >> he is trained to detect the odor of u.s. currency. >> reporter: simply put, nikki can smell the money. cold, hard, cash. he can detect large amounts hidden in carry on under clothing. customs officials say concealed money coming in and out of the country can potentially fund terrorism, vie lens, and drugs. legally, travelers must report to customs i >> in today's day and age, obviously our first mission is terrorism. it could be narcotic money. it could be stolen goods. it could be money gained by nefarious activity. >> reporter: we watch as nikki alerts the officer to this couple flying to el salvador. turns out they have $8800 in singles. nikki also detects the $9,000 in
but october 3rd, nikki helped officers seize $74,000 unreported by two men bound for serbia from dus dulles. customs officials seized $187,000 at dulles last month. nikki's work is part of the effort to educate the public so that people understand the reporting regulations. >> don't out and just take anybody's money that's traveling. good dog. >> reporter: officer dowelling says some of nikki's messages are a secret but he did reveal the number one reason why nikki can find the money. >> most of the time, it's the ink. >> the ink. >> the ink. >> reporter: there are two dogs like nikki that detect currency and firearms here at dulles. they normally stay on the job
of service at the airport. at dulles international, kristin wright, news4. >> amazing what dogs can be trained to do. >> a powerful snout there, huh? >> i can't smell anything right now. >> you have got cold or allergies. >> something is going on. >> there is a lot of pollen out there, also a lot of sunshine. >> sunshine and warm temperatures. we will come close to record highs tomorrow. i don't know if we'll hit them because we have clouds and showers that are going to come you step out. you may need them this the afternoon. you won't be needing the jackets. today, 73 in dc. 78 in dulles, 81 warren ton, 79 in leesburg. the warm air was here for sure. right now a very nice night, very mild, temperatures at 62. wind out of the south at 3 miles per hour. the rest of the area extremely mild for this time of year. our average high is at 63.
69 in quantico. 69 in leesburg. westchester, 66. we are going way up during the day tomorrow. bus stop forecast, no jacket for the kids is necessary. 63 die 7:00 p.m., 73 by noon, and 77 by 4:00. this is when i expect to be showers, and yes, maybe a little bit of lightning and thunder. not a lot. we are not expecting strong storms but i do expect one or two storms to come through the area. nothing on the radar right now. but you don't have to go far to the west to see coming through chicago earlier. it drapes into our region tomorrow. ahead of it you know how warm things are. record high temperatures to our south and west. roanoke was 83 today. that was a new record. tomorrow we are going to be warm, then we'll see the rain. wind. noon still dry. notice the clouds coming in. notice the showers to the north. the showers come through. this is the latest computer
area but i think we're still going to see some in our region. prepare for some showers. some could linger through the evening rush, could prolong the evening rush hour. give yourself extra time there. the rain moves through, and then the cooler air sets on in. i mean much cooler toer the day on friday. close to 15 to 20 degrees colder on froon than it will be tomorrow. tomorrow, 79. even 20 degrees colder than that is just a few degrees below average. sun to start, warm, showers 78 in westchester. some areas may be warmer than this if we stay in the sun a little bit longer. cooler areas up to the north where we see more cloud cover. 60 on friday. breezy. a cool day. saturday, 61. 45 for a low here. and with that morning low temperature, you are going to need the coats out early if you are going to any of the sporting
48 at 8:00 a.m. 56 by noon. by around 4:00, still cool. sunday remember set the clocks back an hour before you go to bed. 64 is the high. election day, looking good a high of 69 degrees. all next week at or a little bit above average. i think we stay above average for the next week or two weeks before we see a big shift. also next thursday the winter forecast coming out. >> that's a biggie. >> it is. coming up, two of the best guards in the league do battle in the wizards home opener tonight. >> sports up next. first here's jimmy fallon. >> vince vaughn is my guest.
vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney
>> announcer: this is the xfinity sports desk. >> home didn't help the wizards. >> no. >> still on their losing street. >> not much helping this team right now. home away, they can't get it done. wizards players were calling this game a must win. we saw that must win effort at least for t f games, outside of the starting five, the wizards don't have any players that can consistently score. the five players that came off the bench tonight, they combined for 11 total points. the home opener for john wall, the good time to get a w. but the raptors had other plans. wizards looking good early on. wall finding porter here. 23 points in the game. wizards lead it by ten. final seconds of the third.
shot fadeaway. he had a game tonight. the raptors up by 11 at this point. in the fourth quarter, john wall comes away with the steal. going the other way. nice finish. 33 points, 11 assist. a team high. nine turnovers. tied at 92-92. derosen putting this away. raptors up by four. hand in his face. doesn't matter. give them a six-point lead. the under two minutes left, drains another jump shot. 40 points, as the raptors beat the wizards 114-103. now 0-3 to start the season. over to soccer now. a local star is on the move. the washington spirit have traded alley krieger to the orlando pride. deeger a native of northern virginia was the spirits captain and was with the club since they
played in the olympics. on tuesday, the capitols election day bobble head vote. fans can vote for one of three bobble heads. braden holtby doing his free became water bottle routine. justin williams bob head for you. tom wilson, the young guy. voting is open tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. using the # vote wilson. >> game seven of the world series is tied 6-6.
mccalf eight lattes or mochas for $1.99. love the drink run. new tonight, metro invited the public to weigh in on a development plan for the new carlton metro station. the proposal would eliminate about 650 parking spots n. their place would be a redeveloped park and ride surface lot a new office building, and spaces for metro rail commuters. officials listened to feedback at the new carolton station today and are planning a public hearing later this month. if metro approves the plan, construction would begin in early 2017. have you seen this video on our facebook page? this is a look at what happens when you are 3 years old and you find out your twin sister is actually a little older than you are. >> just one minute older.