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cosby was sentenced today for sexually assaulting a woman in his home. >> jim handly is in the newsroom following the breaking developments. >> reporter: theudge in that pennsylvania courtroom today was very clear. it doesn't matter if famous or if you are rich. no one is above the law. this image of bill cosby coming out in hand cuffs, one his accusers have waited years to see. this afternoon a judge sentenced the once beloved entertainer to at least three years in a prison. cosby is 81 years old. earlier this year, aury as you'll recall convicted him of drugging and molesting andrea constand in 2004. dozens me women came forward after she shared her story. the allegations happened too long ago to be precuted. today, the victims expressed relief. >> i am very t happyknow that mr. cosby will do time in
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prison. >> now cosby can seek parole after three years.en the d team asked for house arrest. they argued his age and threat.ity are a we will have much more coming up at 5:00 is that 6:00. thank you. jay gray is at thee courthousn pennsylvania. he will join us live in about 45 minutes with wore ont happens next for cosby and his accuser. >> we've got s e breaking news happening. this van crashed during the afternoon commute. the tractor-trailer as you see crashed along i-95. o >> severer vehicles are involved in the crash just
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before courthouse road.wo at least people are injured but they're expected to be okay. >> this is a t really bffic jam going bacnefor miles. atoint all the lanes were closed but two lanes have been reopened now. we will continue to monitor the situation. still tracking showers ac the temperatures are up. >> so 50/50 here? not all bad? >> doug kammerer is in the storm center. are we finally going to see some good weathef >> we kindave to go through more clouds and showers. the good weather is coming. the heaviest rain into parts of west virginia. even around t maryland area, right through d.c., we've got some showers, it is raining
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right outside our udio. most of the showers are on our right side. sameis all part of the system bringing rain yesterday. a little different today though. all this making its f waym the south. and the temperatures have responded. we'ret 80 degrees in d.c. 84 in richmond. tomorrow we get into the mid to upper 80s. we're talking a chance forse re storms as well. i'll break it down for you hour byhour. u. okay. thank new, a serial killer locked up. thomas hill was lockedup, charged with a series of burglaries near his homes in the colesville area. the string of crimes started la thursday. in one case they say he intrigue a house on carlisle dve and tried molest a 12-year-old girl in her bed. leaking antifreeze at multiple crime scenes is one clue
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helped investigators track him down. he is being held now without nd. president trump is blasting democrats for the sexual misconduct allegations being made against his supreme court nominee judge brett kavanaugh. >> the second accuser doesn't even heknow, thinks maybe it could have been him. maybe not. she admits she was drunk. >> this as the first accuser, dr. christine blasey ford, sets set to tell the senate her story. we get the latest from blayne. >> reporter: less han 48 hours away from that highly anticipated testimony and now from a number of senate republicans on capitol hill,'r hearing two things. one, that this process will be fair and forilbe heard and once the hearing is over, they're all about ready t put kavanaugh on the bench. >> i think horrible what the democrats have done.
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it is a con game. they're conartists. >> and taking aim at aecond woman. >> the second accuser has nothing. the second accer doesn't even know. she thinks maybe it h coue been him. maybe not. drunk.mits she was >> reporter: his tone sharpening. christine g dr. blasey ford, the woman who says he assaulted her in high school, is telling their story under oath. many republicans saying short of new information, their minds are deup. >> i will respectfully listen but if there is nothing new,wi not deny him a motion to the supreme court. >> and mitch mcconnell already laying the groundwork for a vote. >>e'll be moving forward and i'm confident we'll win. confident that he will be confirmed. >> hanging in the balance, kavanaugh's reputation and a lifetime appointment to the
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nation's highest court. anxious to h clear name, the judge sitting down in an unprecedented interview with fox news. >> i didn't do this or anything resembling this.on this is >> and making it clear he is not going anywhere. >> as for who will be asking those questions thursday, republicans have hired an outside lawyer. someone they're describing as an experientialed prosecutor, a woman to question both parties. >> all right. continues. and since christine blasey ford accused kavanaugh of assault, the national abuse hotline has seen a spi in calls. 57% increase from friday to sunday. the hotli gets on an average weekend. it is a nonprofit that runs the hotline. right now cre are continuing the work to fix a huge sinkhole that opened up in utheast d.c. >> here's what it looked like
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when a water main broke and the ground buckled on sixth seet. not far from st. elizabeth's hospital. >> adam tuss has been tracking this all he is t at the scene live. >> reporter: for right now i can tell you the good news is the water is back on for evebody in thearea. the road, guys, that's in bad shape. it is like a half a city block that the road is absolutely caved in here in many different spots, with a lot of craters. this is what it lked like earlier as cars wereeetering on the edge of little mini slips. people waking up. saying they saw it on the news and they came out to see what was going on.
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some o them trying to get their cars out of the way of that danger. the crews were able to f this eight-inch main here but people in this area, they're a little bit upset. there's been a lot of development in this area. you mentioned the new washington wizards practice facility is close by. and the mystics' new home is close by. a lot of people are saying all of thatveew depment is putting new strain on the pipes. >> if you don't make this a pipeline, this is what will happen and kit happen any time. we've got fiv more of them popping up right now. we don't know.ti then we need someone from washington to come back out a speak to the community and not hide behind their desks whene situations l this happen. >> reporter: you can understand some people are frustrated as what they see is a growing problem. the dirt covering southeast. wut d-dot says it has to come out here tomor to try to make
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fixes to the road. and this road from the looks of it, needs a lot of work. we're talking about days before it reopens. >> it will be a mess for a while. a close call this morning for an alexandria woman. a tre fel on a home. the tree landed in the bedroom and crushed par of the house. fortunately the woman was not injured but downed power lines near monticello boulevard. the ground is saturated from all the rain we've bee getting. a second person at the rock creek retirement community. legionnaire's is normally caused by breathing mist or vapor that contains the legionnaire's bacteria. symptoms are coughing, muscle aches, shortness of breath and headaches. it cane treated with
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antibiotics. the city's water is safe but it is still investigating w theer at ingleside. >> this may be one of the most interesting stories.s search dt the building in southeast washington, city officials told us at the time thatid all the rts were out of the building and had been accounted for. no. f yesterdae days after that fire, a survivor was discovered at the site. mark broke story about the survivor. >> 24 hours after, a 74-year-old survivor was found inside the building. search traels back at i. earlier today, cranes broke through these windows on the second floor so search dogs and rescuers cou get inside. looking for the possibility of more survivors or the possibility of victims. stay the mayor told reporters that they are certain this time, certain, that all the residents have been accounted for and in
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fact all have been contacted. she says thell be searching as long as the building has enough structural integrity that it is safe for teams to go inside. >> today we will have the dogs back in. inthey started this and we'll do a couple searches. >> the fire broke out wednesday afternoon and raged on forre hos be firefighters got it under control. that evening the mayor and city officials assured citizens tyot everne had been accounted for. that turned out not to be the case. the mayor and other officials are blaming the private management company for giving them faulty information. now the mayor says everyone has been accounted for and has been contacted. she says all those displaced residents, about 160 of them, will be provided temporaryus g until they can get into more permanent housing within the nextek few that's the very latest in southeast. mark segraves.
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nbc 4. >> he was there five days! >> he said he thought fks had forgotten him. >> someone did. a high end sale under criticism from fashion lovers. >> michael kors versus versace. >> we're live fromhe set of "this is us" ahead of the big season three premier. ♪ o say can you see >> and you have got to hear this woman. 7-year-old singing sensation bringing down the house. bringing down the house. she's become a
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i put criminals in prison during the day i'm jennifer wexton, and as a prosecutor, and changed diapers at night. later, when i had a law practice, i volunteered to help moms collect child support. then, as state senator, sworked across party line to target sexual offenders and take guns away from domestic abusers. in congress, i'll stand up to president trump. i approve this message because, like every working mom,
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what's ahead is as important as what's in the rearview mirror. the price g, more than $2 million. sarah harmon reports from lond. >> when you get a versace, you probably think over the top luxury. now the iconic italian fashion house ised being snapp up by a much more main stream brand. michael kors. the price tag is a hefty one. a whopping $2.1 billion.
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versace is known for bold glamorous designs as well as the dusa head logo. saying i don't believe if good taste. he was gunned down on the steps of his miami mansion. michael kors is more main stream clientel and a much lower price point. fashionistas will be watching closely to see what itor means versace's glamorous designs and the price point. the purchase is the latest foray into high e fashion after purchasing jimmy choo last year and it means one of italy's most famous fashion families has gone fully corporate.
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nbc news. >> fashionistas aren't waiting to voice their opinions. they aren't being very kind about michael kors. $2 billion aha't enough for t brand. to let them take over a legacy, kicking my head. worst-case scenario is being sold at marshals for discount prices like michael kors used to. on the positive side, michael km ors isn't cheap. the cheap stuffee you is the less expensive collection. he also has a high end line. while you can get a 00 purse, there is also one for $4,000 and that's whye islose to owning versace. you have to stop f you can and listen to this. he 7-year-old girl won a national kat to sting national anthem at the g soccer
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game. malea emma tjandrawidja stunned the crowd.♪ were so gallantly >> malea may be the team's mvp. i tell you, galaxy won the game 3-0 but she stole the show. her dream now is to swing ristina aguilera. if you want to hear her sting entire song and guarantee you do g to our facebook page. i've lisned to her sing about three times. she all the movement, all the notes,ll of the -- >> all the flourishes. >> yes. >> iave to give it to her shelf finished up strong. >> wh her on thperatic move.
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>> we'll see her down the road. >> i've got rain. you can't stop somethi like that with rain today. we move across the area. we've got some cloud cover. temperaturewise, we'll be sitting in the 80 degree range. right now, take a look. martinez martinsburg, 72. yes, my forecast for today was, i fredericksburg. it showsou the big difference. the ten-degree difference. in and around the baltimore d.cs and annaparea.
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some heavier rain along i-70. heads up for you folks. you're seeing some of that rain. in and around the d.c. area. seeing some showers right through downtown right now coming up through northeast. over toward highland beac pretty good rain. it is flooding from new york to boston. they are getting hammered today. you can see some sun. something else to point out. look what's happening. north carolina, yeah. the tropical storm off the coast. it moved the way around.
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the actual storm way out there. this is what is left over from florence. kind of amazing. not much. a few clouds. we will see some shower activity but not early. tomorrow afternoon around 11:00 a.m. notice someclearing. i think we see some sunshine. the more sun we see, the better chan we have of thunderstorm activity. and notice this line of storms. we have a chance of storms it may be a weather alert day. 86 on wednesday. a chance o showers thursday and friday but not a big hit. and look at this. saturday, nice.
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>> thank you. the cast of "this is us" is issuing a tissue warning the fearsoht family returns tonig and we are live on what to expect. for many who aresi le, the for many who aresi le, the horr kaine: my dadan an ironworking shop. i earned hard work and a trfro. then i went to honduras as a missionary and taught kids to be carpenters and welders. our economy works best when everyone has a skill,hi likeuilding. that's why i created career and technical academies across virginia t likeuilding. and passed a lawexpand job training for young people.
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"this is us" star, she will not let her-y r-old daughter lola have a cell phone. she said it is not goodor kids' mental health. the star adopted her daughter three years ago and said there's moreo your self-worth than what is on social media. the first female rapper to get three number ones. her collaboration with girls like made history. further, fueling demand than to include them in theupcoming super bowl halftime show.
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and mandy moore said she is not a resurgence of 90s fashion. but the tiny sunglasses, not doing it for her. you can s she looks tonight. "this is us" returns right here on nbc 4. this is your celebrity60. ak> and speaking of this is us. >> a peek into tonight's season premier from the set of "this is us." >> as excited as "this is us" fans might be to have the show back -- >> three seasons in, i still smile and get excited when i see them at work. >> the actors were anxious to start the new season. >> coming to work. this is where i belong. >> it is a sick love fest. you really don't like each other that much.
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no, man. we do. >> tonight's premier sees newlyweds face obstacles as they try to start a family. >> rile there are issues in the adopted story line. romancre is also jack objects to her cousin's estion, kevin. >> they hit it off right away and they're having strong. >> and flashbacks show the beginning of jack and rebecca's court ship. >> there is a little two steps forward, one step back with them. even i don't know how they really decide to give go. >> jack's days in vietnam also explored. and eventually the season finale flash forward. >> time to go see it. >> it is the kind of television that i appreciate. you're not supposed to do your laundry during this. >> and tonight's season premier will likely put household chores
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on hold. >> and we are here live on the set of "this is us" with the newest castemr who plays kevin's love interest. thanks for being with us. what is it like to step into such a popular show? >> it's a dream! and everyone is so kind. they are likefa a ly. >> and the happy girl! w >> wouldn't be. give us a few tid bits. >> oh! they're going on a very interesting adventure. it iso exciting. i think they're going to have a lot of fun. yeah. >> all right. we'll leave it at that. it is going to be an incredible
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ow. coming up next, judge kavanaugh talks about his hope of joining the high court. >> and new zealand's prime >> and new zealand's prime mister andni this is a fight. not to the finish. >> and new zealand's prime mister andni but to the beginning. a fight that can only be won, if we stand together for one cause. him. expert care for every new beginning.
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hello, everybody. we still have some showers out
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there they are few and far between now. a lot different thanyesterday. heavier rain to the west. down around prince william county, fauquier, right through prince george's county and montgomery. through a shower com downtown as well. also some shower and warmer es temperat too. severe weather tomorrow. we'll talk about it in a fewnu s. >> okay. thank you. it was an extraordinary move. apparently without precedent. still making waves this afternoon. >> brett kavanaughon't fox news last night to defend himsel >> did you ever say that's enough. it isn't worth it. >> i'm n going to let false accusations drive me from this process. we're looking for a fair process where i can defend my integrity, my lifelong record o promoting dignity and equality for women,
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starting with the women who knew me when i was 14 years old. i'm not going anywhere. joining us to talk about it. mark murray, interest political editor. a lot of people have that they've never seen anything like it. he stressed the importance of impartialiality and nonpartisanship and then goes on fox news. how does that mesh? >> extraordinary is the word sthat i have well, too. >> the supreme court justice is supposed to be bigger than politics. the president gets t pick somebody. the reput cion is shaling the balls and strikes. you end up having a situation where the supreme court nominee goes on televisionnd goes on
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nate work that ends up being very friendly to the trump administration and the republican party. that could actually raise some eyebrows. particularly he ends up getting confirmed. we live in extraordinary times and we saw itast ght. >> it is clear the republicans have changed their ragy. them they wanted to hear christine blasey for now they're trashing her in the news. what are we to make ofthat? >> one, it is something where the republicans are digging in and that came after the second accusation against the supreme court nomination as an undergraduate in college. and after that, you really did see a sense o urgency for republicans. it is this nomination could end up beingth o precipice. the path of the other point. souch ends up hinging thursday on christine blasey ford's testimony. it is still unclear where the
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politics are.on or two or three could end updi de his fate and so much is riding on this testimony. >> so it . the senioolitical editor. thank you. and be sure w toch nbc "nightly news" with lester holt for the lest on the kavanaugh confirmation. >> stay with us. we've got much m>>e just ahead. he made history three months ago becomingew zealand's youngest prime minister and the first to take maternity leave while in office. today she made history again shelf brought her 3-month-old baby to the united nations general assembly. baby neve is being cald first baby. her partner is the full time caregiver. >> a working mom. >> just another day at the office. coming up in just a few short
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hours, will smith will jump for his lifen celebrating his 50th birthday in a big way. >> this guy lives on the edge. cosby in cuffs. cosby in cuffs. we are live coming one the
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kaine: my dad ran an ironworking shop. i learned hard work and a trade om him and his workers. then i went to honduras as a missionary and taught kidto be ca. our economy works best when everyone has a skill, like shipblding.hy that's i created career and technical academies
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across virginia and passed a law to expand job training for young people. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. here in virginia, we have to build an economy that works for all. all right. will smith getting jiggy with it. he said he plans on jumping out of a helicopter to mark h milestone birthday. number 50. and someone is having a little fun with it. he turns 50 today andhat tops the tuesday trd. joining us, mick jagger. >> y! >>'re funny. >> he's going to jump out of a helicopter today and thats it? it?hat do you mean that's we've been waiting for that. jada pinkett smith has been havi a lot of fun with these videos. she's saying, she calls him
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willard. he's going to do this on youtube live at 6:00 p.m. and youknow, his co-star for the fresh prince is supposed to be hosting this live video stream. >> ishe going to pushim? >> i don't know if she's going to push him out of the helicopter. a dare devil. we'll have to see what happens. let's talk with this new costume, being goeftd. >> if you watch insecure, y know we're in the middle of being goeftd. that means someone you care about, someonebandoned you. so this costume is a bunch of unanswered texts okay? have you ever been ghosted? >> yes, i have. >> it's not esn. it m you a little bit crazy.
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and it's scary. >> i think guys get ghosted as well. we handle it differently. >> maybe a little rse. >> we go to the driving range. something else to talk about. the big season openerd there's a local connection? >> yes, indeed. i have to shout out. bringing new dancers to the stage. and our artistic director is welcoming dangsers from the dancing world and we'll celebrate these artists. and she went to the dance school in harlem. she does her thing. i love it.
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it is well worth it. have you been to the washington llet? >> i have not, i confess. now, if she jumps out of a co heer. >> and lands in position. >> good to see you. >> all right. over to you. >> thank you. and ware just getting started on news4. tracking some rain over the nex we are following breaking news. amera's dadic
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i put cr tinals in prison duri day i'm jennifer wexton, and as a prosecutor, and changed diapers at night. la later, when i had practice, i volunteered to help moms collect child support.
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then, astate senator, i worked across party lines to target sexual offenders and take guns away from domestic abusers. in congress, i'll stand up to president trump. i approve this message because, like every working mom, what's ahead is as important as what's in the rearview mirror. the big breaking news today, bill cosby going to prison. >> the man once loved for his role as bill huxtable wasawaken for molesting women and
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giving them drugs. >> reporter: there's been a lot of emotion today on the part of cosby's many accusers. >> yes. they have. emotion on behalf of the se ac. some emotions from those who supported him frustrated by this decision. for almost three years it h been a battleground. the fight cenred around bill cosby. olice over now, ending as walked him out of the courtroom in hand cuffs. after decades, he is going on jail. walked out in handcu s. once affectionately known as america's dad, the disgrasd entertainer is now a convicted sex offender. senate intelligence tied total confinement of no less than three years, no more than ten.
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the judge addressed him directly saying nobody is above the law because of where they live, even philanthropy. and 34 months this has gone on. your time has come. a handful of his accusers were in the crtroom responding after the sentence was announced. >> we are all very grateful. >> the judge dubbed him ase ally violent predator which means he'll have to undergo terrell orounseling for the rest of his life. he shows no emotion as he is led from the courtroom. his legal team promising to appeal his conviction. after the sentencing, his attorney asked for bail. he came bag and said no, mr. cosby, you're asking f special
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treatment. then reiterated that he believes cosby could still be a threat to the community. pat, leon? >> all right. jay gray. >> amazing developments. thank you. back at me, a devastating loss for a local father. a driver hit and killed his teenage son and then drove off. jim handly and wendwendy? >> this isn unusual case. >> it is. this teenager was paving a driveway when somebody hit him and it was 2:00 in the morning which is not unusual.hi father explains why he was out there so late. plus we have the description of the car. if you're holding up ngupda your home because of the cost, wave good reason why it may be beneficial to do it sooner rather than later. >> insurance companies are offering big discounts on some
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home improvements. soos an hoganill be here. it is a big news day. a south carolina community that has never seenlooding before is still under water. conway, southwest of where florence made landfall. now the homes are nearly underwater. resis need boats or kayaks to get around. the officials can't even survey the damage because the water is too high. >> how much wat will they have to deal with it? >> anothereek or so. they were hardest hit. itooes south i parts of south carolina. i've seen so many videos in conway. ten feet of water.
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this cannot get out of oureads any time soon. they'll be dealing with it the next couple weeks and months. it will take long time toward the carolinas. we just t continuebe in the cloud cover. especially north and west. plenty of clouds and shower activity. right now down under mostly cloudy skies. you see a lot of clouds. >> you look to the south. we are seeing some sunshine. 80 degrees. 78 t seven. 74 by 11. a very mild nit. you walk outside. it is very humid. if you're going to the national game, i think they get that gam in. no problem. still some shower activity likely. 77 in reston. and you s the difference. 83 in hunting thedown. the best chance ofin you can see it around there. manassas seeing some shower
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activity. back to the north of winchester. one thing we'll be tracking for you. an area of storms. the severe thunderstoratch around chicago. it will come all the way across the country and give as you chance for some strong to severe storms tomorrow. this looks like it will be a scenario forro us tom evening. >> absolutely. and we are looking at this for about four to 9:00 p.m., of course if it is moving from the west to the east west could have some severe weather. i think most of it, you can see all these colors here. 1-5. we're that the second level. a slight chance ar here. and then i-95 south out of the mixing bowl marng natural chance as you go completely to virginia.ons of
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so let's talk about impact. well, we'll be humid tomorrow. so we have a chance of heavy rain and some damaging winds. thedo tor threat low. so the timing, your morning will be fine. the timing for this 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. still some lingering the evening. we have rain lingering toward the end of this week. thursday and friday. we have some showers in the forecast >> it's not a huge chance of showers but it goes to show you, we'll stay with the chance of showers and clouds we finally break out.
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i think we'll see it over the weekend. we need some dry weather and sunshine. >> thank you. the virginia senate race will take center stage right here .ws4 tomorr we are hosting a live debate with the democrati incumbent tim kane. political director chuck todd wll moderateh questions from news4's aaron gilchrist and julie carey. we are all creatures of comfort. >> yes, we are. even the smallest among us. coming up next, helping babies feel safe at a local hospital. nothinkcuddly about this guy.
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some of the smallest babies will get a present. >> they are tching them to crochet stuffed toys. >> call ia labor of love. >> this is looking rlly good. >> every step, every stitch. creating octopus toys that will on be given to pre mature babies. they said the toys let the babies feel like they're still womb. a little comfort in a sometimes trusting situation. ro a little cozier, a little warmer enent. it was something the parents could take home. >> she's already made dozs of toys. >> i had never crocheted before. i just gave it my best try. >> now she holds free classes to
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get other people looked, too. >> there is so ch gratification. when you get the hang of it, it becomes a rewarding thing to do. >> we do it together. >> and for, studen this project is personal. >> i was a pre mature baby, too. i ink it isawesome. >> the toys are all sanitized. >> they're carefully inspected to make sure tey don't p a choking hazard or take up too much space in the incubator. >> don't try on brute force it through. >> i like something you're ing. to make a difference or help out people even in small ways. >> small toys, making a b difference. >> i keep doing itntil i get it right. >> news4. now at 5:00, a widow's message. >> hope and py that -- that there was a reason.
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talks to the wife of a cycle killed in a hit and run. we're live with the driver. deny and defend. >>av it mightbeen him let's not make him a supreme court judge. >> the president unloads on brett kavanaugh's second accuser. plus, consumer reporter susan hogan with the home improvement that can saveou cash on your insurance rates. >> and breaking now. day of reckong. >> bill cosby handcuffed and hauled off to prison. >> once known as america's dad. today a judge gave bill cosby a tlnew sexually violent predator. this is his mug shot. taken moments after cosby was led away in hand cuffs. >> the judge in that pennsylvania courtroom made it very clear. it doesn'tf matter you are rich or famous. no one is above the law.
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>> the once beloved entertainer will spend at least three years in state prison. he is 81 years old. a jury convicted him of drugging and molesting andrea constand. dozens of others came forward after that but theirpp allegatis ed too long ago to be prosecuted. >> today, several of cosby's alleged victims expressed relief and closure. >> i'm very happy fong mr. cosby will doimeprison. >> okay. >>osby can be pared after three years. his defense team argued that his age and disability will k from being a threat. >> we'll have much more onpp wh


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