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host. who knew john stamos could be a drummer in a band. >> announcer: "news4 today" starts now. it is 5:00 a.m. now. good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. it is wednesday. and we are working for you this morning to get you out the door on time. >> melissa mollet of course keeping an eye on how long it will take to get to work. chuck and sheena have moved outside to the deck. morning, guys. >> cloudy skies. i could see the full moon pretty easily on my way in. that is not the case right now. >> and it was misting a little bit outside currently. anyways, we do have cooler temperatures in the morning. 63 in the district. warrington, 52. frederick, 52. winchester, 48 degrees. 60 in quantico. right now, radar is showing a few sprinkles trying to develop near bethesda,
district around gaithersburg, and we'll see the chances of showers increasing slightly. not a rainy day but showers around. look at those high temperatures only getting near 70 degrees this afternoon. we'll talk more about that and the big heat changes coming up. let's check the roads with melissa mollet. good morning. >> good morning. the beltway looking quite good. don't have any big issues. still have slowdowns as you're approaching 95. we don't have reports of a problem right now. you're seeing a little bit of a slowdown. 66 into town. you're fine there. 95 northbound and southbound, you're okay. but we still again do have this crash. 95 at old keene mill road. you see it here in the distance, they have the response on the scene. but it's not slowing anything too much this morning. outbound, bethesda river road western avenue. and it looks quite a bit better than it did a couple weeks ago. inbound l
now, they're working on outbound lanes. aaron. >> melissa, thank you. it's 5:02 right now. this morning, two montgomery county families that were supposed to be preparing to send their kids to college are planning funerals. this is shadi najjar and artem ziberov. the two high school seniors were killed while sitting in a car in german village. najjar's father said his son told him he'd be late coming home tuesday night. like most parents he asked for the teen to keep in contact. but that final check-in from najjar would never come. >> it was 1:00 or 2:00, he did not answer. i waited. i asked are you okay? are you okay, my boy? are you all right? >> now, coming up, news4's justin finch will have more on the investigation and the resources available for grieving students at northwest high schools. you're looking at chopper 4 footage of a frightening situation in
night. take a look, montgomery county investigators say at least one child is being treated for minor injuries after a fire inside a storm drain tunnel near north better this bethesda middle school. apparently there were other children involved. a prince george's mother faces 45 years in prison for suffocating her son and daughter. she pled guilty to killing her children inside they are home in cheverly back in 2014. days before their death spoon received a mental health evaluation after the children's grandmother called police. she killed the children two days after she was released. we're getting new developments in the russia investigation this morning. >> angie goff is at the live desk with details. angie good morning. >> we can tell
report angie was going to tell us centers around the director of intelligence dan coats and the president. and now coats reportedly said he thought intervening would be inappropriate. a spokesman for the director said coats never felt pressured by the administration or any others to influence any intelligence matters or ongoing investigation. eun. let's take you live to capitol hill in just a few hours coats will appear before the senate intelligence committee. and he will likely face tough questions about that "washington post" report. this hearing could also provide new information in the russia investigation. the witnesses include coats and several other key people connected to the investigation. as we reported, coats will
night's "washington post" report that he and the head of the nsa admiral mike rogers could also be asked about a report in the post last month. that report said the president asked coats and rogers to publicly deny the existence of any evidence of collusion between russia and the trump campaign. while today's hearing is important, all eyes are on tomorrow's big hearing with former fbi director james comey. our i-team reporter scott macfarlane had a rare look into the hearing room where he could testify. you can find more in the washington app, search comey. right now, a 49-year-old woman who lives in a group home in montgomery county is missing. police say vanessa washington lives in the aspen hill area. police says she needs medicine. call her if you see her. in prince william county
brandi robinson last seen leaving her home in woodbridge. she was supposed to be at her grandmother's house in alexandria at 2:00 yesterday afternoon. he was carrying a blue wristlet and black duffel back. today, officer lyoto would have turned 26 years old. he was working when he was hit and billed by a drunk driver. today, a memorial plaque will be dedicated in his honor. the winner of a scholarship will be announced. the officer's legacy lives on through noah's law which requires interlock devices for all convicted drunk drivers in maryland. if you run or bike through the park, tilden street and porter street going t
tuesday. cruise are repaving the trail through bluff bridge. this is part of the bigger project running through the fall of 2019. you might want to pick up a powerball ticket. tonight's jackpot, $375 million. if you pick the cash payout, you'll still bring in $235 million. this is the 12th biggest jackpot in the history of powerball. you always have to say your chances of getting hit by lightning. finding a leprechaun, you name it, it's slim to none. >> but it's none if you don't play. >> that's right, i might buy a ticket or two. maybe. >> 5:07 right now. it's kind of cool out there. we're going to see a 180 in a few days, though? >> absolutely right. people who love hot weather are going to hit the lot
the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
and then silence. that is what one montgomery village man says he heard on monday night on gallery court. and his security camera at his home recorded it. he later learned that two teenagers were killed right on his street. shadi najjar and artem ziberov were killed. montgomery county police are trying to figure out why the young men were in that neighborhood. >> the two honor roll students were supposed to graduate from northwest high school the very next morning. >> this morning, justin finch is live at the high school with more on the resources available to students there. >> reporter:
doubt a hard week for students and staff at northwest high school. that's why they had grief counselors at yesterday's graduation. we now know they will be back on campus. northwest now grieving two rising seniors, 18-year-old artem ziberov, as well as 17-year-old shadi najjar. both set to graduate yesterday. we now know najjar's cap and gown were still unopened at his father's home when we visited him yesterday. ziberov an najjar were found shots to death. now, the father has a very stern message for his son's killer. >> why? why? why you kill my son? what you have to gain? your anger? you're going to be caught. >> reporter: and najjar says this has been
who had to be hospitalized briefly as a result of her grief. we are hearing that najjar's funeral should be happening today at 1 room 30 in the afternoon. aaron, eun. >> all right. justin, these two young men were pretty far from home. what are police saying is the possible motive for the murders? >> reporter: police are saying that remains murky. they're working to figure out where ziberov and najjar were and who they were with hours before their death. that's why they're reaching out to friends and the public for any help they can get to provide that time line. >> justin, thank you. >> now, the entire school community observed a moment of silence yesterday at dar constitution hall. shadi najjar 17 years old and artem ziberov, 18, had been going to the same schools since middle school. >> i h
artem and shadi's principal at the middle school and now. we stand true to our motto, all for one. >> as we mentioned before, grief counselors will be at the school to help students and staff. here is a look at some of the top stories this morning. another person is in custody this morning in england. police arrested a 30-year-old man in connection to the attack in downtown london. he is the second person in custody right now. seven people were killed in the attack this past weekend. all of the attackers were shot dead by police. police are not saying how the two people arrested are connected to the attack. today, the man accused of killing two passengers and hurting a third on a portland train last month will be arraigned. 35-year-old jeremy christian is facing multiple charges including aggravated murder. witnesses say he yelled hateful comments at two
today, in the bill cosby trial, the defense will continue questioning the accuser. constand called the experience humiliate, yesterday, the defense highlighting the inconsistencies in her story. dozens of women are accusing the comedian of sexual misconduct. he has denied all of the allegations. we're learning more about the 24-year-old contractor charged in the first intelligence leak case. prosecutors say reality winner leaked to an online magazine. winner spent six years in the air force as an intelligence analyst. her mother spoke to nbc news about her arrest. >> my biggest fear at this time is that they will try to make an example of her. they caught, you know, their first big
they're saying that she is. and that they, you know, might make an example and that she's not going to be treated fairly. i want her to be treated fairly. >> winner has been active on social media on twitter. she says that she's no fan of donald trump. once calling him, quote, the tangerine in chief. you can hear more of what her mother says later this morning on "today." 5:16. d.c. mayor muriel bowser's committee has been fined $13,000. this was for excessive campaign donations during her run for mayer in 2014. the office of campaign finance ordered the fine after finding 13 instances of excessive contributions. the office says the committee cooperated with the investigation and voluntarily refunded the money to the donors. in news4 your health this morning, with the summer months here, doctors are urging anyone with fresh tattoos to take proper care of
a sobering reminder coming out of dallas where a man died earlier this year from a tattoo infection. he contracted flesh-eating bacteria while swimming in the gulf of mexico with a freshly inked tattoo. >> stay out of the oceans. the rivers, the pools, the lakes. >> the most common symptoms are just mild infection with diarrhea. severe are pain, rapidly changing skin, or limbs within hours those are potentially serious infections going on. >> the man died from septic shock two months later. alcohol in moderation might be good from your heart. but it might not be so great for your brain. british researchers found that your brain can shrink the more you drink. they found that heavy drinkers had a high risk of brain shrinkage in areas like memo
it makes a lot of sense. think about what happens to your brain. that may want to put down that drink. you can head to king's landing for cocktails. the trio of d.c. bars have brought you the miracle on seventh street and the cherry blossom pop-ups which have been beautiful are now turning into the seventh kingdom. this is a game of thrones thing. >> mockingbird hill, seventh efficiency and ether rich are next to each other in shaw. each bar will take on a different look based on the game of thrones world. you hear drinks and even the official game of thrones beer. >> i'm telling you, these folks are genius. because people line up around the block, multiple blocks. >> they play the game of thrones and they want to be part of it.
they do a good job of setting the bars up. >> it's kind of like harry potter movies, they dress up. >> oh, you're going to see some characters dress up for this bar for sure. >> i love it. it's great people watchinging. yeah. you're going to head out there hopefully, you'll get good weather for it. told, we're cloudy and cool. this morning, some areas are cool enough where you can walk outside with a light jacket on. this afternoon, we're going to stay cloudy and cool. good news and good timing here. sunshine and hotter temperatures return for thehotter temperatures, maybe you have plans to head to the beach. three days of 90 degree temperatures in a row. that's coming as we get towards the end of the week and next week. things are going to heat up after today. 63 currently in the district. 53 gaithersburg. 52 warrington, 52, frederick. they're in the cooler
surrounding counties here, prince george's county as we go into parts of montgomery county, a few sprinkles that the radar is trying to pick up on. but as we go through the afternoon, we'll see showers around. here's future weather, by 7:00 a.m., we could still see a few showers developing by noon as well. even through the afternoon, a few showers developing. make sure you have the umbrella. only 70 for the high temperature today. a chance of showers will be and throughout the day, too. it's not going to be a rainy day where we see nonstop rain but we will have a few showers here and there. by tomorrow, we're looking mainly dry, 73 degrees. we start to warm up going into the weekend. look at saturday, 87. sunday, that's when the heat wave should start. low 90s. i know melissa mollet likes the 90s. so do i. >> good morning, i love the 90s. taking a look right now at 9
you can see northbound and southbound, everything is quite good along the beltway. quite good here this morning. 66 is fine. 95 northbound is fine. still have that crash on the left shoulder, though. 95 tomorrow at old keene mill road. and one lane getting by because of that water main break. we are working for you to help get you fit for summer, one of the easiest ways is maybe doing something you're trying to get in shape for. hitting the pool can help you slim down. >> be sure to join us for "the ellen degeneres show." ellen welcomes mark wa
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tower cam this morning. it may not look so much like summer outside, but pretty soon it will be so hot you might want to spend your days inside cooling off. it isn't the only reason to hit the pool this season, workouts in the water can help you get fit for summer. >> news4 continues the series of exercise that may want to make you jump in and join in. >> reporter: on a hot summer day, who doesn't want to spend some time in a nice cool swimming pool. the good news is, you can cool off and get a great workout. >> eight and up, seven -- >> reporter: boot camp at restton, after a quick warmup, it's time to hit the pool. in the water is where the workout begins. those constant movements. squatting, lifting, kicking, all done in just about three feet of water.
you're using your core muscles. your upper and your lower body. >> so the great benefit of this exercise is that you get to use the entire body. beer not concentrating on one part. we're actually working the entire body as we do it. so the exercises are including both the upper body and lower body. the core which goes all the way around, not just the stomach but you want to make sure the entire body is in shape. >> reporter: lifetime fitness says this is the first of its kinds boot camp in water. the water gives you the higher intensity workout without the impact of some sports like running. >> you've got a little buoyancy in the water. not under as much stress. >> you've got less impact in the water and you also have a constant resistance which allows clean coordination. and there's a massive impression
recovery. >> maybe you're not the type to get wet when you work out, you have to redo your hair. don't worry, we have other great ideas. the fit 4 summer series continues with apps that will help you use your smartphone to get in shape. good morning. and it is a cool start to this morning. so, maybe if you want to exercise outside, perfect weather right now. we have some showers in today's forecast, though. temperatures are pretty cool in some areas. 51 in culpepper, we'll take a closer look at that forecast coming up next. and house party crackdown. >> the new law that's limiting
right now at 5:30 -- cool and cloudy wednesday in the works. but when is the next time we'll see the sun? your storm team 4 forecast just ahead. plus, james comey prepares to take the stand. only news4 is bringing you a look behind the scenes from where it will all go down. and it is a drug so dangerous just touching it can be deadly. hear from an officer that nearly was killed about what you should look out for. >> announcer: "news4 today" starts now. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us on this wednesday. >> we are working for you to get you out the door with everything you need to know this morning. melissa mollet is going to have a look at the morning commute for us.
bell and sheena parveen. >> what are you looking for, chuck? >> it just started raining. >> it just started light raining i'm keeping the water drops from getting on my lens. >> i thought i was having a good hair day until now. >> yeah, a lot of clouds outside and the mist and drizzle has now started in northwest. here's a view in our tower camera looking eastbound. notice little drops appearing on the lens there. on radar, it doesn't look like much, but it's certainly a little bit of a fine mist and drizzle out there early this morning. this is going to be the case for the remainder of the day. temperatures will be a lot cooler than yesterday. we're in the 50s to barely around 60 degrees in most of the area. with the clouds and mist and drizzle coming in, we will be stuck. most areas will not make it above 70 degrees. downtown washington, and the bay map might be the lone exception for that. it will be a cloudy and cool day to be onhe
let's hope the rain drops don't snarl the wednesday morning commute. >> yes, let's hope. brand-new problem this morning. i wanted to mention this one to you, this one in braddock road at pleasant valley drive. we have downed wires here. could be blocking some lanes. 66 is fine. 95, no major problems and a slowdown as you're approaching quantico right there through woodbridge as well. inner loop and outer loop of the beltway also rolling along nicely. we'll take a look at travel dime on 270 coming up. thank you, melissa, here are some of the top stories we're following for you this morning. grief counselors will be at northwest high school in germantown to help comfort students and staff. two graduating seniors were shot and killed monday night while sitting in a car. they were supposed to graduate the very next morning. coming up, news4's justin finch will report on the investat
recovering from minor injuries caused by a fire. montgomery county fire officials say it started inside of a storm drain near north bethesda middle school. director of national intelligence dan coats will likely face tough questions before a senate committee. this comes after a report that president trump asked coats whether he could intervene with the then fbi director james comey to get the bureau to back off its investigation of michael flynn. coats will appear before the same committee that will question comey tomorrow. comey's hearing is highly anticipated. and only news4 received rare inside access to where the former fbi director will face questions tomorrow. news4's scott macfarlane gives us a look at the room that will be shown on televisions worldwide. >> reporter: this is room 216 of the hart senate building, the so-called hart hearing room. it's as much as a theater as a hearing
this is the witness table. he'll sit front and center behind the panel. behind this chair is sec tartpe. and the vips in the front rows. and the tables lined up, these are press tables for the hundreds of media here. hidden along the rafters are positions for tv cameras. our news4 cameras are here right now to carry this hearing from coast to coast. this grand hearing room has had historic hearings in the past. john roberts, sonya sotomayor. and this is the other side, the republican side. and in the middle, chairman bird, the ranching member from virginia. they'll be ten feet away from where james comey sits at the witness stable. at the
mcfarlane. coming up in a few minutes, news4's tracie potts will have more. and reports that attorney general jeff sessions offered to resign. a group of attackers targeted a holy shrine and a parliament building in iran. angie goff has the latest from the live desk. angie. >> eun, take a look at new video. you're seeing fresh footage outside of parliament during that shooting rampage, we also found within the last few minutes isis has now claimed responsibility for that attack in a parliament chamber that injured several and another attack, a suicide bombing in nearby tehran. at the same time we know that a
ayatollah khomeini. and one security guard did buy. and one taken into custody believe to be dead. and 5:36. just this morning, we're learning the identity of a man accused of attacking a police officer in france. prosecutors tell nbc news that fareed eye tried to assault officers in paris with a hammer yesterday. they say he was screaming, quote, is this for syria. police shot him. he's in the hospital. according to prosecutors, he's 40 years old and unknown to french authorities. it is a drug so powerful, one touch could kill you. now the dea and lawmakers are issuing a wanting to first responders ordering police and emts to change the way they act with cases. officer p
exposed to heroin las vegased with fentanyl. he said he thought he was going to die. >> my face started burning. i broke out in a sweat. i pictured myself lying on the ground and ems trying to revise me. >> fentanyl is a synthetic opioid. as little as two milligrams inhaled or absorbed through the skin can be deadly. two local police departments have ended field testing of opioids because of that risk. wild rage ers and pop-up restaurants. the crackdown, could limit what you do inside your home. just ahead. plus, it is upsetting video that's going viral. now, we're hearing why one mother said
did cut down on noise and trash. one residential neighborhood, a home is being run as a nightclub where hundreds show up. >> ticketed sales, ticketed drinks, ticketed entry in our community is surrounded by single family homes. police are investigating a recent homicide and separate car crash at the same home. the people inside the home denied to comment. >> the fourth of july will be here before you know it. and the best celebration may be the one outside the u.s. capitol. details on the lineup we're just learning about, straight ahead. and it's a nice start to the morning. a few sprinkles here and there. don't forget the umbrella. we do have a few showers in the forecast. 63 in the district. it's a cloudy start. we'll look at that forecast coming up. hey, melissa. >> downs wires in
- that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
new this morning at 5:45, your private information as risk as you fill up your car. the new technology that's using blue tooth to steal your bank info. plus, an offer from sessions to step aside. the new reports about the attorney general. and how they could impact hearings on capitol hill. a live report, straight ahead. and it is a cool start this morning. temperatures in some areas are in the low 50s. coming up, though, we have a heat wave in the forecast. we'll talk about those 90s straight ahead. >> announcer: "news4 today" starts now. so, we've shown you what to look out for when it comes to th
instrument that can steal your bank information. >> well, now, there is a new warning to keep in mind next time you fill up your gas tank. news4's angie goff shows us how you may not notice stealing your information. >> a lot of us go to the gas pumps every week. you need to think about this. and now people are worried about skimmers that you can't even see. even if you're looking for them. fairfax county police saying they're seeing scammers hide new kinds of blue tooth skimmers that are you actually inside the gas station pumps themselves. they posted these pictures. this is on facebook showing how intricate of a scam with devices installed inside of that pump. even though it can be hard to detect. there are some things you can do to protect yourself. try to avoid the older gas pumps, they say. those are easier to alter, to manipulate. also use a credit card not a deb the or a
harder to get your money back from a personal bank account. it can take months to get your money back. and check your statements regularly for any suspicious activities. criminals are emptying bank accounts within minutes with the new blue tooth skimmers. definitely something to think about, eun. >> angie goff, thank you. as we look ahead to former fbi director james comey's testimony tomorrow, there's a big hearing on capitol hill that could shed more light into the investigation. >> news4's tracie potts is live on capitol hill. tracie, an important hearing? >> it is an important hearing because we're going to hear from some of the top officials including the director of national intelligence dan coats. he's going to be the focus as a result of a new "washington post" report that suggests that the president tried to lean on coats to get the fbi to shut down or back off its russia inig
thought about it. and decided that was inappropriate. he is also responding to the report with anonymous sources today saying that he never felted pressured to influence any intelligence or ongoing investigation. there's also a report that attorney general jeff sessions offered to resign recently. what do we flow about that? >> yeah, "the post" reporting there's strained relations between sessions and the president. they were so close on the campaign trail. but now sessions unable to get the president's travel ban through the federal courts. he's losing there. sessions stepped down and that led to the appointment of a superb counsel over russia which ramped up that whole investigation. the president quite frustrated about that. according to the report, sessions said i'll step down if things aren't working. and the president said no. >> all right. tracie potts live on capitol hill. tracie, thank you. a texas democrat said h
process against president trump. congressman al green said he will make the formal announcement today. green has said the president's firing of jails comey. the obstruction of justice. articlesch impeachment are just statements of allegation. the president can only be impeached by a majority of votes in the house which is controlled by republicans. enough is enough. that is the message current and former university of maryland students want you to hear in response to recent hate crimes. ♪ >> the group dc united against hate came together at plymouth congregation in d.c. last night. the death of richard collins iii has become a national rallying point. the suspected killer was a member of the facebook group called the alt-right. organizers of last night's event want to create an anti-hate me
>> it doesn't look like we've got any further. it's more hatred today i see than when i was coming up as a child. >> organizers say they want to meet frequently to grow their anti-hate campaign. d.c. police say they are doing their part to overcome their troubled past with communities of color. yesterday, a group of officers, new cadets and the list chipoli toured the national museum of african-american history and culture. several cadets shared their experience with a video promoting d.c. police. here's your chance to tour the same museum. passes for september for the national museum of african-american history and culture go up for grabs at 9:00. there's a link in the washington app. it's an event that many of you look forward to, and now we know who will be performing at a capitol fourth. >> the beach
a televised concert on the west lawn. there are two replacements in the band. sugar ray's mark mcgrath will sing and actor john stamos will play the drums. other performers, trace adkins, blues brothers an aykroyd and jim bell lusushi. and john stamos will host the concert. >> doing double duty. >> one of my all-time favorite things in d.c. is the fireworks display in the mall. >> there's nothing like it in the world. >> i know new york has got that, boston, not the same. >> not the same. >> fireworks over the reflecting pool all we have to do is keep the rain away. enjoy the cool weather while we have it. there's a lone rain drop on the tlen
that's your personal warning sign. nothing major, no heavy rain, it will be enough to mist down your hair this morning. not much in the way of sunshine either for today. your outdoor planner. no clouds, really a drizzle and mist than a rain issue for today. cloudy, drizzly and cool. cloudy, 60s most likely, low 70s tomorrow. sunshine is back on friday. and the warm weather returns on saturday. it's going to be hot starting on sunday. right now, 63 under a cloudy sky here in washington. there are lonesome drops on storm team 4 radar this morning. but you can get a sense of it. not a lot of rain out there. it looks a little more impressive on the computer model. know that hit and pass pockets during the morning hours maybe a peek or two of sunshine with the clouds out there. once again, more light rain chances coming in later today. with the clouds around.
temperatures won't budge more. 46 in winchester. winchester, our friends and neighbors in the shenandoah valley will barely get in the low 60s. in washington, probably closer to right at 70 but it might not get there. could be only our third june day in the last eight year where is we didn't make it to 70. all of that changes on sunday. sunday onward, we're likely to be low to mid-90s. sheena is planning out more carefully, but coming up it's melissa mollet's turn. >> taking a look at the roads, chantilly, south of braddock, lanes blocked there because of downed wires. 66 looks okay. so does 95. no major problems. allentown between 5 and auth road, one lane getting by because of that water main break. taking a look, 95 northbound near old
westbound river at western avenue as you're wlapproaching e whole foods. getting by inbound. top of the beltway looks good as well. 66 inbound, 95, northbound, no major issues. remember to listen to wtop 105.2 fm when you hop in the car this morning. i'm angie goff here at the live desk where we're following breaking news out of reston, virginia, where fire re skscue the scene at 1500 block of greenbriar court out and putting out hot spots. we're also told that a firefighter was injured when he fell through one of the floors. townhouse while they were respondi responding. now, i
hospital and not believed to have life-threatening injuries. we will continue to update his condition. mean while, everyone was able to get out of their home safe. we're told that the fire started in the rear of the house. once again, still on the scene there in greenbriar court. such a big emergency defined presence, though. we'll send it back to you. a florida mother is under investigation after letting a red rat snake bite her 1-year-old daughter as a lesson. you can see it in this video here. the mother says she wanted to introduce her kids to the snake that she found in her driveway. the snake had bitten her and her son several times without leaving a mark. so she said she thought it would be a good opportunity to introduce her 1-year-old to the same snake. the mother posted this video of
after receiving backbacklash, au can imagine. at least 20 people are out of jobs at uber, they were let go after 1250 claims of sexual assault, bullying within the company. this information was from a blog posted in february. the blog was posted by former engineer susan fowler. fowler claims she was sexually harassed on her first day at work at uber. and that the company's human resources department was unwilling to take action. >> the next time you drama your iphone, apple wants to be there to help make it better. apple is sending special screen repair machines to several hundred stores around the world. these machines can deal with tricky problems such as your single print sensor if that breaks. this is apple's answer to all the people who will fix a screen without using apple's proprietary technology. does that sound like a way for them to makeor
>> i'm just wondering out loud. >> we don't want anybody other than 'to touch the apple. >> here's the thing, if you do it and it doesn't do it correctly, then you're out of luck. that is video being shared all over the place. a man stomping on a windshield while a woman drives. the story behind this bizarre scene. and soon to be governor, how the change could happen sooner than you think. >> reporter: on what will be a difficult morning, greech counselors will be on hand at north west high. two students found dead monday night, a live report is next.
right now on "news4 today," gunned down before graduation. two teens found dead in a car hours before finishing high school. the investigation still underway in a quiet neighborhood. plus, storm drain fire. at least one child with flames that ignited near a middle school. and countdown to powerball. a huge prize up for grabs today. what you should know before you buy your tickets. >> announcer: "news4 today" starts now.
good morning, everybody, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we hope that we have better luck with the powerball than we do with the weather. it's june. take a look. pretty gloomy out there. look at this dark cloud hanging right over the nation's capital, right? >> storm team 4's chuck bell and sheena parveen are here with the forecast and then the commute with melissa mollet. it doesn't look so bad out there now? >> oh no. we have the umbrella just to be on the safe side, now that we have it, of course, it stopped sprinkling. >> eun, don't you worry, we are lucky with the weather after today. today is one of those gray days. it is chilly in those areas. 52 in warrington, 53, dulles, 53 in the district. here's the radar, we have sprinkles mostly around the district currently. as we go through the day today, well, we still are going to see the gray skies all day. temperatures staying cool. only aroun
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