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undecided voters. news4 has every angle covered on the eve of election day. >> it's a busy day. and both presidential candidates are hoping to have the last word before voters go to the polls tomorrow. >> our team coverage begins tonight with steve handelsman who is in philadelphia. steve? >> reporter: hey, tim, your hometown, this is center city. a giantic crowd of people from clinton in her final campaign event of the 2016 race. and they get to see bruce springsteen, too. this state of pennsylvania is one of the big blue democratic states that donald trump today and tonight is still trying to take from hillary clinton to win this election. >> reporter: hillary clinton
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for all americans not just some. >> reporter: she leads by 4% nationally in the new poll. and will not be prosecuted for her e-mails. no change after the fbi assessment. donald trump raged. >> hillary clinton is being protected by a totally rigged system. >> reporter: but in bucks county, outside of philadelphia, a swing county in a battleground state, kim craft decided. >> i kept saying i wasn't going to vote but i think i'll hillary because i feel she's the lesser of two evils. sheila staub is staying with trump. >> both are very flawed but to me, she is way more flawed than he is. >> reporter: between events in pennsylvania today, clinton goes to michigan. a state trump could turn red to win like florida, where he started today. >> i'm not a politician. my only special interest is you. >> reporter: president obama
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surprise. >> america, good news, michigan, you are uniquely qualified to make sure he does not get the job. >> reporter: more republicans early voted in georgia and arizona. more democrats in critical florida and nevada. but in pennsylvania where crews got ready for clinton's rally tonight, there's almost no early voting. to try to motivate democrats to turn out and vote tomorrow, hillary clinton and bill clinton, barack obama and first lady the rock stars, springsteen, bon jovi come here to independence hall tonight for a final rally and concert. >> thank you, steve. now to the final preelection poll from virginia. hillary clinton remains ahead of donald trump by six points by the wasson center poll. her virginia lead was as high as
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that's why both camps are in virginia tonight fighting hard. ivanka trump had appearances in manassas. and her father's golf course in sterling. while vice presidential candidate tim kaine will appear at george mason university and in richmond. >> let's begin with the democratic supporters gathering for that rally with tim kaine. our bureau there. >> reporter: this will be the first one here. they had two rallies in north carolina. coming back home to virginia. they'll be joined in the rally by the couple they hope to succeed. v.p. joe biden and his wife jill. thousands of people coming here for this rally tonight, lined up across campus at this hour.
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support. to give their senator, tim kaine a final boost. the clinton/kaine ticket once had a double-digit lead in virginia. that has shrunk considerably. most tell us they're very nervous about what's going to happen tomorrow, about whether or not virginia will go blue for the third psych until a row. >> i'm a little worried. i'm going to d and vote for hillary. luckily, she'll win. >> i think it's pretty concerning. we used to be so far ahead. i think anything can happen, really, on election day. i just hope hillary wins. >> people love senator kaine and they love hillary clinton. we're supporting him. i expect things to get tight. i don't expect everybody because she's go to be the first woman president to vote for her. >> reporter: by the way, that
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old. a political pundit in the making there. tim kaine expected to take the stage out here on the plaza between 7:30 and 8:30. he and his wife heading home to richmond for their final rally. sounds like he might be able to sleep in his own bed tonight. back to you in the studio. >> a welcomed benefit, i think. volunteers in virginia mobilizing to get out to vote for donald trump. they got encouragement from some of the most popular faces in his tom sherwood joins us from manassas with more on their message to virginia voters. hi, tom. >> reporter: doreen, the trump campaign has moved on from this spot. today is a big day, one supporter even singing for trump. the trump daughters tiffany and ivanka were big hits at this rally in manassas at the red rose. people had waited in line for hours to get in including
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country and gospel and blues. could you sing a little something for trump? what song would you sing for trump? >> blues stay away from me. blues don't you let me be ? don't know why you keep haunting me ?? >> reporter: inside, it was serious business as the trump family urged everyone to get out and vote anyone, other than the american people. and that is so important. not the lobbyists. not the special interests. not the donors. he's doing this for all of you. >> reporter: most polls show hillary clinton leading in virginia. the trump supporters here today, they want to change that. tom sherwood in manassas, back to you, jim.
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the country are getting ready for long lines at the polls tomorrow. we're less than 12 hours away from polling opening in most places. today, we learned the federal government is taking steps to make sure that everyone can cast their ballot. meagan fitzgerald with more on that story. >> jim, the justice department says it's sending personnel to monitor polling locations across the country. more than 500 monitors will be dispatched to 28 different states and that virginia where polling places will be monitoring in fairfax and prince william county. if you think there's a problem while at a polling booth tomorrow, you can report it immediately to the election officials right there at your location. we also have an in-depth look at what local jurisdictions are doing to ensure election day safety. to see what they found, you can head over to the nbc washington facebook page during the commercial break.
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day tomorrow for election coverage. we also want to see your election day photos. e-mail isee @nbcwashington.com. go to the nbc washington app and search voter patrol to report the problem. to our weather forecast. now, we saw long lines at several early voting regions. how can you prepare if you're waiting in line tomorrow, doug is here to tell us what we can expect on election day? >> i think if you're hitting the polls, you want to make sure you're bundled up. most areas into the 30s even inside the beltway, we get into the 30s overnight. that's why we have the frost advisory in effect up through the corridor, d.c., and areas in purple here, that's 80 freeze warning is.
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fredericksburg, everybody to the west, a cold start. if you're voting tomorrow morning, cold, 7:00 a.m., this is when you want to bundle up, right around 11:00, 12:00, great weather. you'll enjoy that. but by the time the sun goes down, 5:00, things get chilly again. you'll need the coats much more again. i'll update you on the next chance for rain and how cold temperatures get overnight. i'll see you back here, doug, thanks. still no word on what caused scaffolding to collapse at a construction site that happened in montgomery county. over ridge avenue and wheaton. we're told two were injured there and taken away on stretchers. we don't know what is their current condition. montgomery county fire and rescue teams are still at that scene, though. investigating what happened there. janet reno was the first
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she's being remembered tonight as a tough and independent prosecutor. former president bill clinton hired reno back in 1993, she served through the end of his second term. reno faced criticism early with the raid in waco, texas. and she gave the call to remove adrian gonzalez from a relative's home in miami. a trip. reno ordered the agents to seize the boy to be reunited with his father. and it the president was acquitted by the senate. reno dies of complications of parkinson's disease.
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the police in south carolina are searching the property of a convicted sex offender. they believe that he's a serial killer. his name is todd kohlhepp. his accused of kidnapping a woman and holding her in a storage container for more than two months. police rescued her last week. they have recovered the body of her boy friend and another body that th identified. and police say there may be more bodies buried on that property. kohlhepp has also admitted to killing four people inside a motorcycle shop back in 2003, that's according to investigators. also, he spent 14 years in prison for sexually assaulting a neighbor when he was 15 years old. a young mother is dead tonight. she was supposed to be in court today for a child custody
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gainesville, virginia, yesterday. news4 darcy spencer spoke to them today. we are awaiting late breaking details from the prince william police department. as soon as we get that update, we'll bring it to you. this young mother looked here at the bubbles hair to perhaps the last customer to see her alive. >> you never know when your life is going to be taken away. i can't believe this happened. >> reporter: bethany jarrett said she was of the last customer at the bubbles hair salon, 30 minutes later, a stylist, lynn pham was murdered heading to her car. >> i was here yesterday, i got my hair cut at the end of the last day, i was the last client,
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every day. >> reporter: family and friends of lynn gathered yesterday where she was shot and killed sunday afternoon. her mom wants the killer brought to justice. >> find out who killed her because she doesn't deserve that. >> reporter: her mom said she was due in court along with the father of their 6-year-old daughter. >> this morning, they were supposed to go to court for custody. and she gets shot. >> reporter salon where she was assistant manager for the last five years. it was in gainesville she was shot in the parking lot. the shop manager. >> she was a mom. a beautiful mom. a beautiful daughter. just a beautiful spirit. >> reporter: that spirit on display last year when co-workers say pham shaved her head in support of a customer who was going through cancer treatments. there's a wreath on the salon
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station. the shop is closed so co-workers can mourn. >> she's been here for like three years, she was a very good person. dedicated mother. >> reporter: prince william county police tell me they will be updating this investigation very shortly. we will post that on social media. they say that this crime was not random. jim, back to you. protesters want police to know they have not moved on. and tonight, their police-involved shooting. a d.c. police officer shot and killed a man named terrence sterling nearly two months ago. the officer says sterling intentionally ran his motorcycle into a police cruiser. police say that crash was intentional. witnesses, however, say the crash couldn't be avoided. a demonstration tonight begins at 7:00 at the corner of 3rd northwest. the search is on in montgomery county for a man
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times. in each case, they say he makes off with cash and cigarettes. news4's pat collins has the story from silver spring. >> reporter: this gas station hasn't been robbed in 20 years now better been robbed three times by the same guy. john works here, he asked that we conceal his he's a threat to all of us. >> reporter: rob by number one, october 5th, 2015. the robber hides behind the dumpsters to make sure the coast is clear. look at the security camera video. he's holding the gun by the barrel. and he makes an unusual hand gesture. but he gets the cigarettes, he gets the money, and then he gets
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newport cigarettes. >> reporter: robbery number two, december 24th, christmas eve, 2015. this time he didn't go in alone. this time he had an accomplice. you can see the guy going over the counter and then pulling the newport cigarettes off the rack. the accomplice, he got the cigarettes, but the gunman, he made off with the cash drawer. >> he wears the same clothing so videos, you see him wearing a black sweatshirt. >> reporter: robbery number 3. october 28th, 2016. this time, it's bolder. this time far more frightening. this time, he walks in like he owns the place. he goes behind the counter. he forces the clerk on to the ground. the clerk begs for mercy.
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full of newport cigarettes and cash. then he forces the clerk into the bathroom, and then, then that gunman makes the getaway again. >> if there's no cash, i think it's going to be bad. >> reporter: if you recognize this gunman, if you know anything about this case, montgomery county police want to hear from you. in silver spring, pat collins, news4. still to come tonight, the search for the course of a potentially deadly bacteria inside a critical of the way the situation is being handled. new exprsse vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening.
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sunshine, crispy fall but it ended all too early today. doug, it's really hard getting used to the earlier sunset. >> two days from now, the sun goes down before 5:00. >> not ready for that. >> not ready for that either. that will last through the end of december, towards the portion of january, too. that's when the cold really sets in, too. with the shorter days and much longer nights. that's what we continue to see out there. temperatures already down. 57 degrees, we go north at 6
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already in the 40s. i'm talking low 40s. 43 in frederick. here we are at 6:30 at night. 39 in warrington. 46, manassas, 46, winchester. and yeah, temperatures are dropping very quickly. they're going to drop tonight if you're out and about, inside the city, again, temperatures into the mid-50s. 56 degrees around 7:00. dropping quickly into the upper 40s by 11:00. that's in the beltway. outside of the beltway and cooler suburbs, yes, will you will be in the frost and freeze visors, down to the south, prince william county, stafford county, spotsylvania county, including fredericksburg. don't be surprised tomorrow morning, heading to the polls early, you may have to scrape
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under freezes warnings, but you'll get just as cold because your growing season is over. we will see those freezing temperatures. 32 frederick, 32 in manassas and culpepper. 35 in leesburg. and out the door tomorrow morning, you're going to need the coats. you're going to need the gloves, the scarfs and hat. if you get after 10:00 or 11:00, no problem at all. a great start. but a great afternoon. it really will be quite nice on the tuesday. notice the temperatures here. again 30s tonight. close to 70 tomorrow afternoon. 70, fredericksburg. 67 towards baltimore. what do you need to wear. as i mentioned, warm coat, gloves and hat. sun will be shining brightly tomorrow. remember that coat tomorrow evening too.
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then we'll need the umbrellas on wednesday. good chance of shower activity. highs only in the upper 50s. wednesday and thursday. much colder for the weekend. i'll break it down again coming up at 6:45. >> thank you, doug. it's down to the wire, both presidential candidates making the final push for votes just hours before the polls open tomorrow. we're live in new york as both campaigns prepare for their watch party. >> still tonight, early we'll break down the results of our region and look at what it could mean for the presidential race.
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now at 6:30, the mad dash to the finish line. donald trump and hillary clinton hitting as many can today. their surrogates are on the campaign trail as well. >> of course, ever vote counts as it does in pennsylvania. donald trump holding a rally there in scranton. hillary clinton leading in the polls. trump hoping a big turnout from the senate of the state can help him win. and vice president of virginia tim kaine is there. he speaks in about an hour.
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commonwealth. we have team coverage in the senate where both campaigns are watching the campaigns. we begin with jim hanley who is at clinton campaign night election headquarters. hey, jim. >> reporter: hi, doreen and jim. i'm surrounded by hundreds of cameras here. hillary clinton hopes they'll be recording history. we're at the javit center. palace. this is the literal glass ceiling, the kind she's been talking about shattering. above that, the original plan was to have fireworks on a barge on the hudson. apparently, the coast guard had nixed that idea. and then a walking map of the united states lit up. and they tested the lighting. the music. the stands are up for thousands
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of the media. from all over the world and country. let's check in where the candidate was earlier today. what a busy day she's had so far. it's only halfway done. she started out in huge crowds in pittsburgh. this is michigan after that trip. she will be back in pennsylvania shortly within about two hours with the obamas, her husband and daughter too. for a big finale. she's not done after that. she goes down to carolina, at midnight tonight. back live at the javit center, this hall can hold about 5,000 people. we've been comparing the rallies that trump has had. trump's rallies have been huge all over the country. tomorrow night, we're hearing that could be scaled back. this is supposed to be the bigger party by far. they hope it is a victory party. doreen, back to you. >> jim handly, thank you. chris lawrence is covering the trump campaign.
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hotel. hi, chris. >> reporter: hey, doreen, yeah. a very different -- from where jim was in the javit center to where we are outside of the hilton, also very different from the huge rallies that attracts thousands to donald trump's campaign over the past weeks and months. he's going to be here in new york tomorrow night at the hilton. it's going to be a ball room, a very small affair, impaired to what trump has been putting on over the pa but really the epicenter of everything is not so much here at the hilton, it's where we were just a little while ago, a few blocks away at trump tower. you can take a look and see, it is the center for protesters, for supporters. everyone gathering there. there are police officers posted out there trying to keep everything in order. there was a little bit of a dustup not too long ago when we were there. not too much going on, other than protesters and supporters
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we talked to some of the supporters who say they are fully on board with donald trump. they think he has a good chance to win. not here in new york, of course. but they think he can turn some of those sweet states and eke out a win over hillary clinton. and we asked them what really attracted you to trump's campaign and why is it so important for you that he win tomorrow. >> health care is horrible. my brother just went on the website to was horrendous. >> reporter: do you think donald trump will accept the results if in fact he does lose the election? >> if he loses in an honest way, then we will have to accept it. if he loses because it's rigged, then i can probably say and i won't speak for him, but i honestly will not accept it. >> reporter: okay, what's honest? what's rigged? that's something a lot of donald trump supporters will have to be deciding for themselves. it's one of the reasons hillary
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and win by a big margin. trump has a busy schedule as well. he's going to be in new hampshire around 8:00. he's going to be in michigan to end his campaign at 11:00 tonight. that shows the challenge. he not only has to win some of these swing states. he's got to turn some of these deep blue states red to have a victory tomorrow. we're going to be back here in new york. back to trump tower. we'll bring you updated reports on trump as noted needs to take all of the battleground states on the map in order to win. nbc news released a final map today. it shows hillary clinton starting with enough electoral votes to win presidency. but donald trump still has a narrow path to victory. and early voting could make or break either candidate. meagan fitzgerald with a look now at the early voting numbers
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this election for both parties. in the primaries, we saw republican voters outperform democratic voters. here's a snapshot of where we are as it relates to returned absentee ballots. the key battleground state of virginia. take a look. you can see 538,000 people returned absentee ballots. almost 448,000 there. virginia, you have until tomorrow at 7:00 p.m., to return your absentee ballot. switching gears now, let's go to maryland. folks there can vote early. here's what we're seeing a total of 869,000. 860,000 people voted early there. breaking that down from democrats and republicans. democrats, 26%. republican turnout, 19%. compare that total number to
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mind, while there is a big difference between what we saw today in 2016 and 2012, superstorm sandy did affect the total number. all right. let's head now to the district for early voting. numbers coming in, 101,000 voters so far. so that puts us at 21% for this year. looking at 2012, you can see a big difference. 21% to 12% here. so, this obviously tells us that a lot more people are turning out to vote s we're looking at 43 million people who have voted before election day. back to you. >> meaghan fitzgerald. swing voters can play a critical role in deciding the outcome of this presidential election, but this year, swing voters are not like the others. nbc news political director chuck todd offers his analysis. >> with one more day to go in the presidential election, the
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swing voter. it's not a voter sitting there between clinton and trump. it's a voter deciding to vote at all or vote clinton or trump. hillary clinton is trying to begin up enthusiasm in places like-san arbor, michigan or philadelphia and cleveland. donald trump he's trying to get skeptical republicans, suburban businessmen and women, a fan of his thinking the supreme court is more important than what i think of trump. again, getting those folks to show up and vote. if they show up, they'll vote for him, if they don't that creates problems. these last 24 hours, all of that, getting those skeptical and reluctant swing voters. >> chuck todd, lester holt and the entire nbc news political team will have all of the election news after this broadcast. they have so much ground to
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nbc4. big changes to one of the most congested roads in our area. but you'll have to hear the terms of the deal and how long tolls will be collected on i-66. a potentially deadly material found inside of a local hospital. why one expert tells news4 the situation could have been handled differently. we saw a pretty cool day, temperatures 50s and 60s. but just off to the west, near 70. some of that i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask
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discovered in the neonatal area twice in the last five months. five babies recently tested positive for the bacteria. on friday, hospital leaders said for the first time the bacteria may have caused the death of preemies in august. that far it was shut down and revamped. last week, it happened again. >> first time was an accident. the second time was probably gross incompetce telling me that the methods that they used were not thorough or complete. >> lawrence musscorelli is an expert and saying other patients should be concerned about their health as well. we're just a few hours away whether congressional staffers will learn whether they will keep their jobs next year. congress does not have to follow
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workforce. scott mcfarlane reports. >> congress signed a bill requiring the government keep track hiring people of color. to make sure the government follows diversity in america. thing is, we found congress isn't following that record. when we went looking for data for that on the hill, we discovered there aren't any. records we received or didn't receive when we asked houses of congress for their minorities. >> there are individuals within that collective body who are leading by example. but as a collective body, congress is not leading by example. >> in the report we're completing for news4 at 11:00, our region's highest ranking member of congress sat down with
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congress from succeeding. i'm adam tuss high above one of the most congested roads of
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and i approve this message. it's going to get worse before it gets better. that's the word on plans to add express lanes on i-66 outside of the beltway. construction will happen as existing traffic rolls by and will last four years. transportation reporter adam
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going to work. >> reporter: four years, yes. four years of construction along i-66. and take a look at where this construction is going to be taking place. right here along what is arguably the most congested border in the entire region from the beltway out to gainesville. we are talking about two new express lanes being built on each side of 66. we're just going to push the road out a little bit. it's going unpredictability. >> 66 is hit or miss. >> reporter: others simply dread the road. >> all hours of the day, it's not just rush hour. any time of the day you can get caught in traffic there. >> reporter: that's why transportation leaders say something needs to be done. well, something is being done. two brand new express lanes running 23 miles from the beltway to gainesville. the new lanes will be alongside
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$2 billion roughly. >> reporter: vdot says once construction does start next year, we're looking at four years worth of intense work and some private properties along the corridor will be lost. >> there are some total picks associated with the project. we did minimize that to 11 what we showed in the plans last year. >> reporter: the concept is the same as another express lane correspond car you can use them for free. if not, you have to pay a toll. that's a polarizing issue. >> if we have to do it. >> we shouldn't have to pay to get through it. >> reporter: transit improvement is also being planned along the corridor as part of the project. back here, taking a look at 66. now, the other part of this project that's interesting, the state is contracting with a private company which is going to build, operate and maintain
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taxpayers. but guess what they get to keep the tolls on this facility for the next 50 years. back to you. we're following breaking news in prince william county right now. a man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a young mother. police say brian jute shot and killed lynn pham as she was leaving work yesterday at the bubbles salon in gainesville. he is 33 y he lives in ashburn. police say he is the father of the victim's 6-year-old daughter. he was arrested this morning in court when he showed up for a preschedule hearing. the couple was supposed to appear in court today for a child custody hearing. doug is back with more about the weather. and it's always an adjustment when it starts to get dark so early. >> it's not fun. >> it's not fun. people get up earlier, yeah, we get the sunshine earlier.
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it's going to be a cold night for sure. temperatures tomorrow morning when you wake up are going to be around the freezing mark. even around the beltway in some locations. that's buy we have the frost and freeze advisories. the sun went down at 5:01. tomorrow at 5:00. and wednesday, 4:59. we're clearing and cooling quickly. we're going to continue to cool. baltimore, washington, annapolis. and fairfax county, a freeze warning, prince william county towards fredericksburgfrederick. you're not under any advisories to the west. the reason, you already have your freeze. the growing season is over. you no longer see any freeze warnings here.
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these guy's temperatures all the time. areas of frost could harm the plants. bring those sensitive plants in. no rain to talk about tonight. you'll need the umbrellas. your luncheon day forecast, looking pretty good. cold, but then it gets nice. if you can wait for 11:00 or 12:00, it gets nice. and then the sun goes down for election time. loat rain likely on wednesday. and notice the weekend. a high on saturday of only 51. that puts most of the suburbs into the upper 40s. the coldest air of the season coming on saturday. but this is only lasting one day. >> thanks, doug. we have sports coming up.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue 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!? i believe america is already great.
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ion, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together, democrats and republicans, we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united, our best days are still ahead. this is the xfinity sports desk. okay. done with the bye week. back to program. >> yes, the redskins didn't play, they somehow improved. >> you got to love that. >> that's a great weekend. if the playoffs started today the redskins would actually be in along with two other teams in the nfc east division. these next two weeks are extremely important for the burgundy and gold.
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and the second best defense in the nfl. you might want to get to know this young man for the next several week, ty nsekhe, he will be replacing for trent during the season when he got hurt. he's also a guy that general manager scott mccluren said could start for other guys in the league. trent not bei a but the first time he got to talk to his coaches about his suspension. >> you hate to lose a player of that magnitude of any shape or form. i have faith in ty. i have faith in four weeks, he'll be back and ready to go. >> when i approach every week with full confidence in my abilities taking time to practice to perfect my craft, nothing changes for me. it's just an opportunity now.
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in the walt since the last time we saw him. a lot lighter in the wallet, a tune of $25,000. courtesy of the nfl for criticizing the officials in the tie in london. carol maloney asked norman about it today. >> do you have to change anything about the way you're you are under a microscope, they are looking for you. >> yeah, but at the same time, what am i going to change, my aggressiveness? you know what i mean when i'm out there? no, that's what we do. i don't think that's any kind of way to disturb me from doing what i do because i do physical. that's how we play the brand. that's how we are. regarding of cause.
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bengals. ten times in the entire nfl season. i can hear him talk all day long. he goes on, rambles. >> watch him play. i want him on my team. love his attitude. love his aggression. he's a football player. >> we have more on the burgundy and gold in the second half of the season and what the second half means without trent williams. here's chris cooley with the cooldown. >> he has his life that he wants to keep private as well. things with the teams he's out. whether it will be a positive test or a mistest. he's failed four of them. that's certain. and did he report that he went to africa? probably not. because they come and find you, i've been found in weird places. i've been found in a bathroom stall in atlantic city. whether or not it's legal for
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you have to be smart as a player. there's no doubt whatsoever that trent is at an elite level. but they have to find a way to make time that he work. i think they can do that. i think there are assets that ty has that make him a really quality tackle. >> will rob kelly will be your running back at the end of the season? >> rob kelly is my fantasy running back at this point in the season. i don't think will rob kelly be the back, the answer is yes. the question is, is he the back next year? did they find him legitimately or is that the rest of the season? >> a few notes on the baseball front, the nationals do not extend the contract to ramos. he's a free agency. and trey turner up for rookie of
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>> a lot of talent. >> thank you, jason. "nbc nightly news" coming up next. i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours.
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and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask for your vote. and respectfully ask 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. ible
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