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for m chris lawrence in erin this morning. we heard it coming down all night. down trees won't be the only t issue with morning commute. a jackknifed tractor-trailer on the inner loop f thebeltway before exit 34. he's going to joinit us live details on the clean up in a few minutes. >> a check on yourorecast but we begin with jack taylor and a look at several issues that will impact your commute. jack, what are you seeing? >> it's been a tough start. here the beltway, that's 355 rockville pike. one right lane is getti by. that could get worse. now under 10 miles per hour if lucky. also we had some south on washington parkway reportedor t be b greenbelt road. a couple of vehicles went offoa theay down into the woods. they have the right side of the
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roadway tied up causing a delay back to 197. 270 southbound, you have accident activity on both shoulders but already causing a slow down riding sthbound as authorities arrive on scene that lane configurations have changed. 66 going eastbound before you get into marshall. accident activity tgre block the left lane and causing the slow down. it's not been a great ride so far on the wet roadways but have the rain showers moved out of the area. we'll probably end up september with just over ten inches of rain. until you ming back can make nice outdoor plans and enjoy it. it's going to be nice out. the ground is still going to be wet in a lot of areas though but ght now we're not seeing any rain falling. the rain has moved out. cloudy skies and flood warnings
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still. so this is the aftermath of the heavy rain we saw overnight. never drive-thru flooded roadways. there's pondingf water on the roads. so be careful as you're driving. that's going to start to move in later today so gradual improvement. temperatures very comfortable thmorning. we are dry through the day. really nice for recess. temperatures in the low 70s. a closer look as we head into e weekend coming up. >> can't wait to see that sunshine. >> want to get back to breaking traffic news that jack just mentioned. there is still a mess on thene loop of the beltway in bethesda. egan is live near the scene with the latest. any progress? >> not a lot of progress and the traffic is. building ridge on a pedestrian looking down on the beltway. all the brake lights you see,
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that is the inner loop of the beltway at wisconsin avenue and we spin around here, we canhow you just how far it goes. look at all the traffic here. e delay beginning before old georgetown road and of course the longer this is in place, the jackknifed truck is in place, the more a more the traffic will build because we're really seeing the brunt ofush hour at this point. take a look at the video here. you can get an idea of what we're talking about here. what we're talking about is a jackknif tractor trailer on the ramp here in bethesda. they have been here for an hour and a half to 2 hours but s ll seeing the traffic high up there. we're seeing a lot of equipment heren thescene. so even when they right the truck, unfortunately the damage has beendone. even when they clear it out, residual lays forawhile and people need to keep that in mind. you're going to slow down real fast when youet to the bethesda area on the inner loop
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to t beltwa take it easy out there and we'll keep an eye on it and letkn you when things open up but we're not there yet. 's now 6:04. what happens next. it's a question a lot of people aresking after that emotional capitol hill. >> millions of people acroy the coun watched the proceedings. they were visibly emotional at times but some of the biggest reaction came from the senators themselves. hat they werets mom make their way into the history books and may be decided a fewow hours fromhen they meet at 9:30 this morning. many believe dr. ford made credible sympathetic witness despite kavanaugh's strong . deni she poke up not for partisa reasons because it's her civic duty. >> i'm here today not because i want to be. i am terrified.
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i'm here because i i believe is my civic duty to tell you what happened to me while brett kavanaugh and i were in high school. dr. ford went on to detail the alleged assault at a party in bethesda in 1982. kavanaugh pinned her to a bed and gropeder and tried to take off her clothes. one of the most powerful moments came when the senator askedfo d what she remembered most about the assault. >> the laughter between the two. and their having fun at my expense. >> you have never forgotten that laughadminister? never forgotten them laughing at you? >> they were laughing with each other. and you were the object of the laughadminister?
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>> i was underneath one of them while they laughed. two frioods having a time with one another. >> after dr. ford finished her testimony it was judge tu kavanaugh's. he delivered an emotional opening statement where he categorically denied the allegation. >> my family and my ne have en totally and permanently destroyed by vicious and false additional accusations. >> kavanaugh was visibly angry during the hearing. he took several shots at the democrats at one point saying they used the allegation for payback for president trump's election. that lead to this tense exchange. >> so you're saying there's never been aase where you drank so much that you didn't remember what happened the night before or part of what happened? >> you're asking about black out. i don't veow. you?
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>> could you answer the question, judge. that's not happened? is that your answer. >> i'm curious if you have. >> i have no drinking proble senator. >> nor do i. >> one of the most emotional responses came from republican senator lindsey graham. he defended kavanaugh and directed much of his anger toward the democrats. >> if you wanted anbi investigation you could have come to us. what you want too is destroy this guy's life, hold this seat open, and hopin you in 2020. you said that. not me. you've got nothing to apologize for. when you see them tell them that lindsey said hello. because i voted for them. i would never do to them what you have done to this gu >> millions of americans, president trump paid closen attento yesterday's hearing and he was very pleased with his
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supreme court ck's stimony. he tweeted judge kavanaugh showed america exact why i nominated him. his testimony was powerful, honest, and riveting. he went on to say the senate must vote. >> pouring rain did not stop protestors from gathering outside of the white house. they held signsnd chanted demanding he order an fbi investigation. groups wereoicing support for both dr. ford and judge kavanaugh. >> we're here to stand with our fellow alum dr. ford. we are beyond proud of her for using her voice and she inspires us to do the same. >> we strongly believe there has to be justi and i expect equal justice for everyone, men and women. >> more protests are expected today and couou last t the weekend. >> one of the country's leading victim advocacy groups saw a
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147% increase in calls during the hearing. if your someone you know is a survivor of assault you need to spea tosomeone. help is available. the number is 1-800-656-hope. also had that number in the nbc washington app along with complete coverage of yesterday's hearing. >> developing this morning, students at the university of maryland in college park are on edge and upset after messages of hate surfaced. it happened at the technology advancement program building on wednesday. >> it's extremely like disheartening. >> i feel likehe would be more happiness at school so that people are more educated upon diversity and cultural
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differences. >> >> they're asking anyone with information to contact athem. rayer vigil is planned for tonight for a community mourning. authorities believe they found the body of the missing 6-year-old body. the body was discovered in a creek yesterda more than a mile away from where he went missing last weekend. his son ran away from him during a walk. >> we're hearing for the first time what it was like inside one of those homes. an attorney for the family sayss the mother hurt as she tried to reach her 21-year-olha daughter t was buried in the rubble. sonsde, her two teenage and friend were in an suv that
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was crushed by a chimney. th sons were hurt and the friend died. the family is now suing the companat in a ent, columbia gassa we're heart broken and we will continue to do what we can to help. >> lastyear's flu season broke recordsor killing me americans than any flu season in more than 40 years. 80,000 people died fromlu combinations in 2017. that includes 180 echildren. cdc says more than 900,000 americans were in the hospital. doctors arerging people t protect themselves this flu season and get the flu shot now. >> i'm tired of hearing people say well i didn't get sick and i didn't g the flu shot. those 80,000 people that died last year from the flu, guess what, they got the flu from
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someone. >> yesterday he rolled up his sleeveshao get vaccine himself. >> the cdc is also urging pregnant women to get the vaccine. almost half of themhe received flu shot. >> now you know grocery shopping is not only expensive, it could be really time consuming. >> coming up, we're working for you a lookit grocery delivery services. are they worth your time and cash. >> plus a plane full ofs passengers g down landing on the water. we'll show you the actions that happened next that kept everyone alive. >> a good morning, everybody. the weekend dead ahead and if yogre plann on going down to the beach this weekend great weekend at the coastline. our five day forecast is coming up next. >> delighted to celebrate the various latin cultures during hispanic heritage month with my
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telemundo colleague. what do we have coming up? we have the dancers behind us. we have the dancers behind us. >>
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incredible new video vernight out ofhe tiny south pacific nation of micronesia. 40 passenger and crew they're safe. the plane was about 150 yards away from where it was supposed to land when it suddey went
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down. l >>ky to be alive. >> oh my goodness. hispanic heritage month is up underway and news 4 is joining in on the celebration. how is tlooking? >> oh my goodness, they are doin a dance called my country about a young lady and her story from el salvador. it's all about celebrating the various cultures withi the hispanic community and that's what we're doing this morning giving you a little bit of a here. nd my colleague is >> so many cultures. and also we have her. tell us everything about the festival. >> well, this year basically
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it's on stember6th and these include a lot of food from all the countries. and performances. >> a lot of music. the prices is at 29 a the music is going to be there. >> quicklye wanto round up as we talk about the nation's largest ethnic group. that would be hispanics and so much more as we learn about the culture and impact of the hispanic community. we're live this morning. back into you. >> very fun. >> i love it. >> finally a weekend with sunshine. >> isn't it nice? >> yes, thankyou. >> yes, we finally don't have
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rain in the forecast for the weekend so you don't have to inside and figure out what to do. you can go outside and do whatev you need. it's all looking good for them. we havun flooding a the area this morning from the left overs night.rain last the heavy rain that moved through is gone now and as wetho ugh the day we'll see gradualle cing and we go through the weekend with our temperatures. lo c ofuds around now but the radar is not showing any rain. here are all the flood warning for around the d.c. metro area.l you could sti see flooded roadways. a lot of ponding o t water on roads so be careful driving. so it's all moving away and we in.e drier air moving it's 50 degrees in washington. mid to upper 50s. if you're walking the dog today, head to their website.
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this morning, though, we still have a lot of puddles out there. the ground is very wet. by the afternoon, 75. really nice. nice and dry. and if you're gardening this week and this is something that you can certainly do outside. beautifu gardening weather in the forecast. 76 for a high saturday 76 even on sunday with a lot more sunshine and your garden center tip of the day, areas now for red, pink, or white blooms. there's your gardening tip. a ni dry even through monday. around 80s. degr slight chance for a couple of showers on tuesday and next week will be quite a bit warmer. your extended forecast is coming up. let's get a check on your roads with jack taylor. good morning. >> good morning. a little bit of an update on the inneroop in the beltway in
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bethesda. the right lane was getting by. it's just down to a right shoulder but ty discovered there's a little bit down on the roadway. single file right shoulder getting by. first crash down near green bell road and crash blocked the right lane. before 55 marshall. accident activity out there blocked the left lane. back into you. >> coming up we're working for you. do you dream agut never h to step foot into the grocery store again? >> later this afternoon on >> all right. here i go.
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ooh i should clean your gutters! great idea. it's not just easy. it's geico easy. todd, you will go make me a frittata. breaking news at 6:29, a warning before you start your morning commute. team covnage a crash causing
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trouble on the beltway. >> before wen check i with chuck taylor -- >> oh, boy, things are not g lookind right now. take a look. this is an absolute stand still for about ten minutes or so. they shut everything make some progress with removing at jackknifed tractor-trailer. things are freeing ytup. everng squeezing by to the right. some movement there at the front of the line. so it's creeping alongut for a time it was completely shutdown and this has been a problem all morning long. take a t look at beltway here. this happened at the early morning hours, tractor-trailer on the inner lp at bethesda. for whatever reason it jackknifed and went into the guard rail and there it sat.
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we're also hearing there's a fuel spill associated with tha now. we're bringing in some sand trucks to mop that up but the delays are significant through the area. the inner loop in bethesda, wisconsin avenue, that's where it happened and we're seeing the delays well before old georgetown road and really eping throughst c the area. if you got another way to get to work, you're going to want i to us today. this is going to be here for awhile. with more on traffic send it over to jack. >> they're doing their job at times. the crews will pause the inner loop a the beltway inner loop at 355. at this point i believe this is one of the moments where traffic is not getting by. three trouble spots south this moing. firs one near greenbelt road
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and off the roadway down into the tree and then southbound down near 202 we had an accident blocked in the right lane and on the inbound ramp, the crash also blocked in the rightlane. hopefully by the time you get on the roadway. >> left over water oth e. so much left over water. >> always lets the commute trickier there. the heavier rain is over. still a few lingering showers. and in and around the city, the rainfall is looking not too terribly lightly, all of these highlighted areas, these are s high arnings so there water in all of these shaded areas. that's a big chunk of the viewing area especially for
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loudoun county and montgomery county, temperatures are in the 50s to around 60 degrees. late yesterday after the first time below 60 since midju . wet roads for this morning but sunshine coming your way later on thisoo afte you'll probably leave that umbrella atome today. >> this morning millions ofer ans are still digesting emotional testimony from bothpr e court nominee brett kavanaugh and dr. christine blasey ford. the hearing lasted for nine enurs yesterday. here's what ha next. a vote on kavanaugh's nomination is scheduled for 9:30 this morning with members of the senate judiciary committee. some republican senators haven't revealed which way they're leaning. some ofhem found dr. ford to be a credible witness to deliver the testimony. in her insisted she did not want to come forward but felt it was hey
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she left no doubt that she believed it was kavanaugh that tried t rape her in 1982. >> dr. ford, with what degree of certainty do you belie brett kavanaugh assaulted you? >> 100%. >> .10 >> after dr. ford wrapped up her testimony, mr. kavanaugh started to sestify. ral times during the hearing he was visibly emotional. was also angry saying democrats turned the confirmation process into a search and destroy mission. kavanaugh insisted he never assaulted dr. ford. >> none of these allegations are >> correct. >> no doubt in your mind? >> zero. i'm 100% certain. >> not even. >> 100% certain, senator. >> you swear the god. >> i swear to>> god. resident trump said he paid close attention to yesterday's hearing. he tweetedudge kavanaugh
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showed america exactly why i nominated him. his testimony w powerful, honest and riveting. comingp more on the kavanaugh hearing and this morning's vote. it's now 6:35. a montgomery county school aid charged with negligent. he was arrested after letting two teens whutism walk right out of the front door. lopez apparentlyd fai to report the students leaving. he reported the first student missing aft calls from a family member about picking him up. officer returned tooo the s about two hours later for a report of the second missing student. both students were found safewa ering miles away from the building. >> a 16 hour barricade situation ended. the suspect is accused of raping woman in arlington after answering an online ad. when police aived at his apartment wednesday nigh he
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barricaded himself inside. he'll now be extradited to arlington. >> the metro board approved a contract extension for the general manager paul wiedefeld. he'll stay on board until 2021. it was controversial with union members and board members speaking out against him. >> a heads up this weekend, you will not be able to cross the arlington memorialbridge. starting tonight, crews plan to close lanes in both directions fo mor construction projects. you won't be able to walk or bike over it as well. this has been delayed several t'times. >> is now 6:36., coming up it's a hang out fit forarry potter and his friends but you don't have to go to london to see it. >> plus hispanic heritage month celebrations this morning. >> all of the culture here with th folk lore dancers behind me. >> that'up why comine'll
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co w back. all right harry potter fans, rejoice. a family has added some mical touches and transformed their backyard into ag alley from poharry er. now they're using it to help. >> you know people are going to show u full on costumes now. >> glasses. >> here's your cn morning business report. >> good morning, i'm eric chemi. the sec is suing elon musk for
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fraud. in a tweet las month heaid he was considering taking tesla private and had secured funding. but he lead investors to believe he had noted sec funding from any source. the sec is also seeking to remo him as ceo and ban him from being an executive at any public company. in a statement h said it's unjustified. tesla stock fell morehan 13% on the news in after hours trading. that anslates into a $9 billion loss in market value and $1 billion loss for muscling himself. >> as you step out this morning, you don't need the umbrella anymore. a lot of ponding on the roads and still flood warnings out there. your forecast is coming up. >> on the end of the beltway in montgomery county from river
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road and 355 and connecticut enue there's a jackknifed tractor-trailer at the inner loop at 355. the right side of the road getting by the clean
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>> leave yourself extra time this morning. you have a look at the back up. the issue a tractor-trailer overturned along the inner loop. we'll have complete coverage of all the areas you should avoid coming up in a minutes. >> this morning senators are going to have toho decide they believe, supreme court nominee brettravanaugh dr. christine tasey ford. both ofm testified regarding the allegations against judge kavanaesh. >> theirmonies were raw and emotional. >> i believe he waso going rape me. i tried to yell for help. when i did, brett put his han over my mouth to stop me from
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heyelling. >>oes not know me. i was not at the party described by dr. ford. this confirmation h process become a national disgrace.e >> have team coverage ofhe hearing from all the protests in and around the capitol and we begin with kristen welker live at the white house with more this morning's vote. good morning. >> good morning to you. after that unprecedented day on capitol hill thursday, you're absolutely right. this morning president trump stanng by his man tweeting out his support for brett kavanaugh overnight at that extraordinary senateudiciary hearing. the deeply personal testimony of dr. ford followed by that of supreme courtud nominee brett kavanaugh was emotional. at times i was just hard to listen to. dr. ford of course speaking f publicly for tst time in more than 30 years about an alleged assault she says was committed by kavanaugh and allegedly witnessed by his
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friend mark judge. w kavanaugh testified in the afternoon session both otionally and defiantly denying the charges and attempting to clear his name. overnight mark judge sending a letter to senate leaders saying in part he does not recall the eventsescribed by d ford and that he never saw kavanaugh act in the manner that he describe kavanaugh answering questions about his drinking but not endorsin some senators requests for an fbi investigation into the .incide and in the tweet that the president sent out, he called vanaugh's testimony, powerful, honest and mention of his accuser. in just a few hours t senate judiciary committee will vote on whether to send kavanaugh's nomination to the full senate. i have been talking to sources ovlnight. they t me president trump has been working the phones. he's trying to make sure that te ha votes not only to get this initial vote through the committee but to make sure that his nominee isme conf once the full senate votes,
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there's still a lot of question marks about what some key senators are going to do. we have a lot moreoming up on today. >> it all hinges on a hand full of repub cansenators. >> it sure does. >> you can watch the full report comi up on the "today" show at 7:00 a.m. our team coverage continues now on the j testimony onge kavanaugh and dr. christine blasey ford. take a loo at this new york post headline from this morning. a national disgrace. those words came from kavanaugh during his opening remarks. emotions not only ran high during the hearing inside the capitol but outside as well. >> they were demanding the president call for an fbi investigation. amy is on capitol hill. amy, what's happening? >>s the vote draws near protestors will be back todl stil hoping to derail the nomination. >> yesterday, we saw people from
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both sides protesting here at the capitol. some tried to get into the hearing room but the capitol police turned them away. both men and women came out to show solidarity with dr. ford wearing shirts and holding posters. lots of students and alumni from holton-arms which is the school dr. ford attended and we have seen a large number of people supporting brett kavanaugh. saying earing shirts things like women for kavanaugh and stand with brett. we asked people why theyto want ome out in person. >> we're here to stand with our fellow alum dr. ford. we're beyond proud of her for voice. >> i strongly believe there has to be justice and i expect justice for everyone, men and women. >> looking ahead, the protests are far from over. the women's march is encouragi people to wear black and show up to the office a noon. >> it's now 6:50 developing this
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morning students at the iversity of maryland in college park is upset about messages on campus. this happened on weesday. employee found an offensive phrase againstfrican americans written in the men's restroom. it's the fifth hate crime this month against african americans and the lgbtq comm aity. they'reing anyone with information to contact them. >> a new sales tax hike is gtong ffect on monday in the district. the sales tax is increasingo 6%. that means you have to pay more for items that your family uses every day. the tax will also slightly increase the cost of tickets to your favorite shows and events. cigarettes and tobacco products will take the biggesthit. the cost of a pack of 20 cigarettes is going up by $2 and
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feminine hygiene products are exempt from this tax hike. >> the good news is we're not going to be seeing much rain as we get into the >> so happy about that. things ke every weekend have been rained out. >> you're going to like it after a very rainynight. the rain is now coming to an end and it's going to be age gs weekend around here so you can finally get a chance - how tal is your lawn? 3 feet high? >> that's in six odays. >> kidding. >> it's going to be a beautiful weekend to get outside and do some yard work. cold front coming on through here i t going toe the humidity out of here as well. going to have some cool mornings coming our way. most in the 50s again the next couple of mornings. got below 50 degrees justefore 11:00 last night. that's the first time below 60
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degrees since june 12th. third longest stretch of above 60 degrees on the record. there you can see the cold front is pushing on through here. it's already tak the heavy rain out. not much rain left out there but still a lot d of veryp puddles this morning. new information, the flood waing has been extended now. they were supposed to expiret 7:00. they have now been extended out until 1:00rnn the afn. there's a lot of areas with high water across the region this morning. take your time. just know that you'll get there d the rain the coming to an end. if not completelyy.ver alre 56 in martinsburg and gaithersburg. in washington. forecast for today is a good one. bright sunshine for your friday afternoon. perfect weather for high school football and look at that ten-day forecast. a fantastic weekend if you're going to the mountains or to the beaches. the weather will be cooperative there. our next little chance for rain
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is tuesday afternoon but m temperaturt of next week will be well above average. we love to be above average. >> even weather-wise that's awesome. on the end of the beltway, we have been dealing with this thing35 on you get north to river road you're good. you'll find two problems south the baltimore washington parkway. first outside the beltway before greenbelt road. along the right side of t roadway and making delays thside e beltway a crash on 202 blocking the right lane. an accident 270 southbound down mainline along the right side of the roadway and for those of you in virginia feeling neglected we have a vehicle fire along the right side of the roadway and that may cost you some time. back to you. >> all right. have some patients out there. thank goodness it's friday. >> real.
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6:53. we want to checkack in wit molett kicking off the celebration in northwest d.c. >> how is it going? >> i just want to say, these dancers are really doingt up this morning. we're going to talk to them in just a second bute are with our lendo colleague this morning. we're trying to get as many cultures in as possible as we celebrate this amazing culture. >> there's many different cultures all together. that's why it's so important for us to be here and celebrate anything that we have to offer. >> all right. and mrs. fiesta dc. i want to bring over carlos rodriguez from thi group. you guys are performing tomorrow in the parade. >> we invited people to come and
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we are closer. >> i love it. >> her traditional dress from el salvador. let's talk about the this that u need to know. what's going on for this weekend. >> just as a reminder it will be morrow, the parade on competition avenue and on sunday we're havin theestival from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. >> all right. and then you got film festival throughout the month and then of course activities going on. frit activies at the national museum of american history. that's the latest from the mexican cultural institute. back to you gu s. >> thank y much. here's four things you need to know before you head out the arli memorial bridge. crews will close lanes in both directions for drivers and pedestrians. >> investigators believe they have found the body of a missing
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6-year-old. the little boy went missing on saturday and the body was discovered in a creek within a mile from where he went missing. we'll have more on this on today. >> a vote on supreme court nominee bre kavanaugh's nomination is scheduled for 9:30 this morning. some of the republican senators on the judiciary committee havet revealed which way they're leaning. it lasted nearly nine urs. >> crews are still working to clear a jackknifed tractor-trailern the beltway. it's on the inner loop. be sure to follow first alert traffic on twitter forte up >> as we get ready to say good-bye on this friday, we have fairwell news, sheena, this is t day. you're heading to sunny san diego. >> yes. >> we'll miss yoe weo happy for you. >> we're going to come visit th gh. >> let mow. i will say though, everyone here has been a family. >> yes. >> weant to leave you with
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some special video. >> oh, good. i wasing we have this. >> but first we want to introduce you to the newest mber of the storm team 4 meteorologist team, sheena, she will be joining chuck bell to bring you team coverage on the day ahead. welcome. >> you know, day on i felt like you just fit in. like you worked here for and we were a family right away. >> but that's how i felt like i got here. i fel like i had been here. it's such a family vibe here walking into it. and i haven't been here i that long beel like we have worked together forever. it's been great here. stranger. a stranger. a >> oh, come on, ch
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