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we start with breaking news tonight at 6:00. just a short time ago police announced the arrest of two men they say vandalized property near the white house, including the new trumpot in the field in just a moment. but for now decision 2016 and we are in fact in the home stretch. hillary clinton and donald trump are crisscrossing the country to motivate their supporters to turn out. >> reporter: donald trump in a furious ballot against time.
>> in three days we are going to win the great state of north carolina. and we are going to win back the white house. >> reporter: trump campaigning in florida, north carolina, nevada and colorado, sticking to the theme which resonates most with his supporters. >> real change begins with immediately -- immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. >> reporter: and blasting hillary clinton. >> if e office, hillary and her special interests would rob this country blind. >> reporter: polls have been tightening but is it too late? early voters have already cast 40 million ballots. nearly half have been in battleground states. after going negatively on trump on the stump this week, her ads will come out this weekend.
>> i have the stamina to be president of the united states. >> reporter: clinton campaigned saturday in the pouring florida rain a state trump needs to win. >> i want to be president for everybody. everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me. people who vote for me. people who don't vote for me. >> clinton finishes the day in pennsylvania at a get out the vote concert with pop star katy and back to that breaking news we had at the top of the broadcast. short time ago police arrested two men they say vandalized property near the white house. our darcy suspensor is downtown at the scene. what can you tell us about what's been arrested? and exactly what were they doing to the properties?
all across the world. including right here in washington today. we're here outside the fbi building and you can see just a little bit of the damage here, where you see the word corrupt has been spray paint. and over here you can see an x in green over the fbi seal outside of the fbi building here in downtown washington. we want to sew you some photos that were released by d.c. police a little earlier showing some of the vandalism. we're told that this was discovered about 11: morning. buildings and sidewalks vandalized by spray paint by the demonstrators. that includes the trump hotel, fbi headquarters and an mtd cruiser. two people have been arrested. these were people who were associated with the demonstration. a man from florida charged with defacing the fbi building and resisting arrest. also a man from louisiana charged with damaging that d.c. police cruiser.
was potentially damaged there. that man also charged with resisting arrest. now the million man march involves people who are considered to be anti-establishment. they are protesting against mass government surveillance, internet censorship as well as government corruption. no word on additional arrests but d.c. police say it remains under investigation. >> darcy, thank you very much. a last minute get out the vote push in loudon county today. we caught up with the campaign workers from both parties working the phones, going door to door, talking with residents ahead of tuesday's election. mike pence is gearing up for a rally at george mason university tonight. the republican vice presidential candidate takes the stage at 8:00. a female trooper hurt today while trying to help someone who
jasmine ingram should be okay, the trooper. they haven't pressed charges from the driver from florida yet. right now it doesn't look like alcohol was a factor. she was pulled over when the driver ran into her car. the fbi is offering a hefty reward for information leading to the arrest of two brazen armed robbers. they held up an armored truck outside of the sun trust bank on la this happened last tuesday around lunchtime. two men approached the guard of a brink truck like this one and stole money. they took off in a maroon sedan and we have a description in the next washington app. you can look there. there is a $10,000 reward for information in this case. cameras caught police in minnesota kicking a man several
this was a case of mistaken identity. officers thought the man was a suspect that they were looking for. the incident happened months ago but we are now getting a look at that video you just saw there. the police have apologized and have promised a full investigation. a man wearing a mask and carrying a gun got close to the white house today. secret service agents first spotted him around 1:00. en president obama was not home. agents quickly arrested the armed man and shut down streets. is it streets are back open. that man faces charges of carrying a firearm without a license and committing a crime wearing a the mask. and a reward for information about a sex assault in virginia has gone up. this is the sketch released this week that resembles the man they
highway and sexual assaulted her for hours on the side of the road. the reward in this case $2500. the community coming together to try to find ways to keep students in prince georges county as safe as possible. and a sun filled comfortable autumn day. nice again tomorrow. however i'm tracking a the coo about 6:18. >> and a look at what's happening on the rails now this weekend. safe track surge 10 still under way. they are doing the whole buses replace trains thing for that. on the orange line running every 20 minutes. sing tracking between mcpherson square and smithsonian this weekend silver line every 20 minutes.
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county got a chance to share concerns during a safety summit today. school officials had a community conversation with residents at ernest middle school in michailville. among the topic. topics, culture, teacher training and screening. >> we're an organization but not isolated organization. we're comprised of students and parents and committee members. it takes all of and without the community of voices we can't possibly be as effective as we should be. >> parents also got a chance to weigh in on the dmiengs's school safety action plan. in maryland. montgomery park puts on a series of events this time every year. today there were performances and demonstrations at the oakley cabin african american museum. maryland first abolished slavery
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thousands of people are not waiting for election day to cast their ballots. you probably heard a lot of people are voting early this year. but as news4 derek ward reports the numbers in fairfax county are impressive. >> absentee voting is now open. [ applause ] >> reporter: the line was already long and getting longer at the start of the last day of in-person absentee voting in fairfax county. you need a reason cast an absentee ballot here. >> they can range from commute or traveling out of county or even out of the country. 19 total reasons. >> reporter: including being confined either while awaiting trial or for a misdemeanor conviction. if you are eligible and there is a will there is certainly a way. >> we'll be near about 80% or so. >> that is about half a million votes in one of the states
races. >> i think this election has caused a lot of passion. >> reporter:s a part of a state with 13 electoral votes. >> we're so close to d.c. you know, a lot of people here they are politically aware. >> reporter: and here at the county government center you will find the busiest absentee voting location. on the last weekday 7,000 people cast their ballots here, showing that the folks in this county take their voting seriously. >> i think that's fantastic. >> that is what democracys >> fairfax county derek ward news4. >> a clearer picture tonight of just how many people across the country have voted early. according to nbc news as today, nearly 40 million votes have been cast nationwide. democratic affiliated voters have outpaced gop affiliated voters in several states including virginia. the opposite is true in several
today. the event was held at george washington middle school. families received blood pressure, hiv and blood tests. and the designed for the cities uninsured adults and kids. and a quick reminder to set your clocks back. we fall >> ends at 2:00 a.m. morning and there is more that you should do than just set your clocks back an hour. to make the most of that extra hour sleep. experts say don't sleep in tomorrow morning. try to get up and get moving as soon as you are awake so you
household on a similar schedule. these moves can help you from feeling more tired. >> i'm sleeping in. how about you? >> ditto my friend. yeah we will not be listening to those experts. >> yeah it is always a nice thing when daylight savings comes to an end. here is thing. our sunsets now are going to be around 5:00 p.m. so daylight savings comes to an end. we're going to see the sunrise right around 5:00. the sunset is before 6:00 until the last day of february. also a good time to check the fire alarms and your carbon monoxide detectors in your home. that is the first weather headline. get the extra hour of sleep. s i said i'm taking advantage of it. et gorgeous again tomorrow. and the workweek looking really nice. 60s and dry every day. that cool down i mentioned next
but right now our werth underground at 59 in potomac. comfortably cool right now but a chilly start tomorrow morning. some frost out there early this morning. beautiful day and the same tomorrow. little cloud cover. by lunch time here in the mid 60s and a high tomorrowf well. we'll hit a that about 3:00. 7:00 p.m., walking the dog, winding down. 59 at that point. not necessarily windows open but certainly refreshing. exercise tomorrow. looking comfortable. if you are heading to the longevity walk. doug will be there hosting the event. you want the warm jacket in the morning with temperatures in the 50s. outdoor brunch is going to be a good idea to take advantage of
yard work as well. raking the leaves of hanging up the holiday lights. monday a high of 64, tuesday a high temperature of 67 for election day. it is going to be cool in the morning but mild for the afternoon and completely dry as you head to the polls. plenty of sunshine as well. wednesday morning a cold front moves through. it doesn't bring us any rain but look at what it does. we fall down to around 64 on wednesday. breezy as well. then in the low 60 friday. next weekend it looks like we'll only in the low 50s for a high. so certainly very chilly next weekend. but gorgeous tomorrow. >> -- you know people that do that already is this. >> they're getting out there early this year. america's football team needs just one win to become
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points on the board. 21-17 navy. next drive the irish, deshon kizer finding equanimeous saint brown. he finds his way into the end zone. irish up. navy store on their next drive. navy beats notre dame 28-27. d.j. durkin once a coordinator now leading the terps against his old squad. first quarter michigan up 7 and the seas part for speights. into the end zone, 14-0 wolverines. here he gets it done with his arm. chesson scores here. this game still in progress.
virginia tech's first season in almost three the decades without beamer on the side lines. but today beamer ball lives on against duke. blocked field goal attempt. the return 75 yards later. now 14-7 hokey lead. mobile quarterback, also a statement on the beamer. jerod evans. hokeys currently ahead 21-14 in the fourth virginia cavaliers looking to snap their losing streak. all types of time in the pocket. airs it out for 45 yard strike for touchdown. this game also still in progress however right now virginia trails 27-20 in the fourth. maryland means basketball only returning starter melo
today. a team spokesman said he kid not return to action but the injury is not serious. he averaged 16 points, 5 a game last season. wizard gots their first win friday night against the hawks but they will be without their all-star point guard tonight against the magic. john wall still rehabbing both knees following surgery this off season. will not play in bto future. capitals continue their hockey fights cancer campaign tonight against the panthers. the team spent time after practice meeting and skating with children from the make-a-wish campaign. players wearing special uniforms during warm ups, they will be made available for auction, as well as pucks, sticks and hats.
now let's cross our fingers and hopefully we're talk about the wins. >> i'm in agreement. thank you sir. remember remember remember. tonight before you go to bed, set the clock back. this is actually good for us. get a little extra sleep is what we say. the experts say get up early. >> and then sunset tomorrow night at 5:00. a shock to the system but 69, sunny skies. there is your exclusive ten day forecast. >> only one in town with a ten day forecast. and of course election day on tuesday, if you haven't heard. and then next weekend erica, low 50s. set your count for november 14th, a super moon. more on facebook. >> that is the news for now. nightly news is next and we'll see you again for news4 at 11:00.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose
any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump.
on this saturday night the final push on this last weekend before the election. the candidates make their cases to crucial voters in key states. hillary clinton drawing on star power to make a plea to minority voters and the trump campaign faces new questions about his behavior. white house lockdown. the tense moments as secret service confronts a masked man with a gun. serial killer. the search for more bodies on a remote farm in south carolina as a deeper and disturbing picture emerges of the suspect being held in the brutal kidnapping of a young woman. and grandmother's kitchen. in fast food age. we'll take you back to a place where they cook up a homemade family meal the way it