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process to allow for an fbi investigation. >> i think it would be proper to delay the floor vote for up to but not more than one week. >> the vote happening so quickly, it was unclear whether flake's request would even be honored. >> is it going to happen? or did you cut off the vote? >> no. we did have a motion. this is all a gentleman's agreement. >> short time later, president trump himself not clear on what had happened reacting to the news. >> i want to it work out well for the country. if that happens, i'm happy. they have to do what they think is right. >> president commenting on the woman ausing kavanaugh of sexual sexual assault. dr. christine blasey ford. >> i thought her testimony very compelling and she looks like very fine woman to me. >> while senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has the power to delay process which could have had kavanaugh confirmed by tuesday.
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only president trump can order an fbi investigation. >> we talked with jeff. somebody who is the explain this to trump. i guess will be my job. >> sflak one of the make or break votes along with lisa murkowski who backed his call for a delay. a lofuof con and turbulence around this. has president trump ever considered a replacement nominee? he was asked that question today. and em, not even a little bit. >> all right. thank you. as that voteas taking place, protests continued around the capital. >> chris has a look at th high drama surrounding this nomination. >> reporter: well, a dave demonstratio here at the u.s. capitol and at the u.s. supreme urt. a group protesters held a sit-in in the corridors of power, blowing rape whistles,efusing to stop. capitol police warned them and then took action.
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protestersins with arrested and removed from the o senaffice building as the judiciary committee ns its work. these demonstrators marching to the u.s. supreme court where hundreds gathered rallying against brett kavanaugh. they hear from some of the democratic members of the judiciary committee. >> we will not be bullied. we hear from a woman who indeed is a profile in courage. a profile in courage. >> the proteders chanting cheering for speakers saying kavanaugh is not fit for a seat on the sreme court. they marched back to the hart office buiing whenhey hear
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the news that brett kavanaugh's name is being sent to e u.s. senate. >> i think it is an outrage that he's been voted out of committee. i think it is the committee's responsibility to do the investigati investigation. >> right now, i think we'll take nkat we can get. and i t that consideration for this woman and these women who have been hurt is something that we are looking for as esurvivors. so consider it a little victory. >> reporter: now yesterday, i covered a large group of brett vanaugh supporters here on capitol hill to stand with him on theay he testified. today, i look for kavanaugh supporters to give them equal time to make comments f report but found none. now, they are more than likely planning to return once his name is placed in, for confirmation at the full senate. from the u.s. capitol, back to
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you. >> a lote can chang in a week. we'll see how it goes. calls to sex assault hotlines spiked during dr. ford's testimony yesterday. ahead at 4:30, we look a local hospital where sex assault survivors can go day or night. julie carey talks to advocates who are giving victims a voice. and breaking news this safternoon that impacts t of millions of facebook users. the social media site has confirmed a major security breach. susan hogan with what you nee to know about this. >> facebook says nrly 50 million accounts were targets in the security breach so here is itat we know so far. attackers exploed a vulnerabilit to steal access tokens which ty could then use to take over people's accounts. access tokens keep people logged into facebook so they don't have to reenter theird passw every time they use the app.
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the breach was discovered esday and the vulnerability has been fixed. they arees resetting the a tokens of the 50 million accounts affected plus an additional 40 million accounts as a precaution. so do not be surprisedf you are prompted to log back into facebook or any app that used that facebook log in. stems fro a change made back in 2017. the company said it is not clear who was behind the attacks and the other accounts. back to you. >> the river is overflowing its banks. >> the h rain been falling for the last few weeks. >> last night alone, the area picked up around a inch and a half to two inches of rain or
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even more in some locations. and thedo shen, the potomac and even the bay having issues. so far this is the top 20 wettest year ever on record. yes. the top 20 wettest year ever. take a look. rehere the flood warnings. these will go into the weekend and these are through waterways. down in prince william county. this includes the city of manassas. we're trackina flood warni and it will be there until 6:00 this evening. creeks, rivers and the bay will continue into the weekend. so heads up for that. if you live by any river, you want to steer clear of the roads along them. a lot of them are closed. for most of us, it is a beautiful evening and we're n worried about flooding. 76 degrees is the temperature after rain t came an end very early this morning. the clouds broke up and here's what yourian expecty night. hopefully you have plans
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outdoors. the temperatures about 70 degrees by 9:00. it is a windows open kind of weather. temperatures in the mid 60s. this weekend is looking fantastic. we begin october on monday which i can't believe. i'll let you know what we can expect october, coming up. >> we have earned this good stuff. >> you can say that again. >> a u.s. postal carrier accused of stealing packages allegedly in sea oh one specific item. >> as northern virginia reporter david culverexplains, the suspect is facingfe several ral charges. >> reporter: police are often investigating cases of stolen packages but it is not often we hear about the cases being alleged ins jobs. tonight federal prosecutors have charged a man who used to work at the arlington main post office in arlington county. they say tha has been with the postal service since 2013 would allegedly go
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through packages at this location and find one that had iphones. a valuable piece of property. they say he would then take these and sell them. he is facing multiple counts. for customers, it is disturbing. >> m it makes sick that there are people out there who would do such a thing. >> they deliver our mail on time. i don't have anythingative to say about them but that's disheartening to hear. >> reporter: overall, customers say they are confident about the folks working at the post office. they feel like they're trust wort individuals. these are some of the filings in court right now. we'll explain y did it, what he told investigators, and how toice were ultimately able track him down. porting in arlington. news4. >> a scene reminisce of the miracle on the hudson playing out today in the western pacific.
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see this plane? it was making an emergency landing in a lagoon near an island in micronesia. all 47 people on board did survive. the plane was trying to land on an island when somehow it missed the runway and ended up in the . wa fishermen were in the area and they sprang into action, getting the passengers to shore. the airline said the weather was bad but it is unclear if that's what contributed to the crash. >> amazing they all survived. next on news4 -- >> consumer reporter susan hogan explaining about tractor-trai "rs. tractor-trai "rs. andl" is back tomorrow.
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kaine: my dad ran an ironworking shop. i learned hard work and a trade from him and his workers. then i went to honduras as a missionary and taught kids rsto be carpenters and wel our economy works best when everyone has a skill, like shipbuilding. that's whyhn created career and tal academies across virginia and passed a law to expand job training for young eople. ai'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. here in virginia, we have to build a aeconomy that works f.
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maybe a little early but happy hour is on. the weather is nice but flooding around rivers and creeks and the bayontinuestonight. storm team 4 meteorologist amelia draper is bac in four minutes with what you need to know. keeping you and your family safe on the road. new crash tts show improvements are being made to tractor-trailers to protect new crash that's big because we share the highways with so many of these big rigs. soos an han h more on the changes being made. >> reporter: the insurance institute for highway safet
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tested the metal bumpers on the back of semi trailers. vent from you going under a truck in the event of a truck. eight nor american manufacturers have all three iihs tes, earning the tough guard award. that accounts for 80% of the trucks on the road in the u.s. iihs says its testing in 2013 revealedweaknesses. cars were through them and refers say their testing has led toesign changes to make our roads safer. back to you. >> and we are working for your health. dangerous is that pentially deadly jerls. they took samples over a 21-day period and they found more thane 87% of th curtains tested positive forhe drug resist
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daniel mrsa cteria. it was discovered in places where people touched the curtains. a young start-up golf company is getting a big return on the return of tiring they said that they saw sales go up and up when tiger's scores nt down lower and lower at the east lake golf championship. the tour opened. he said heiterally saw sales go up as tyinger did better and better last weekend. >> as the crowd ros, we went back and looked at that same time period. we saw 635% in sales. we're a fast growing company but that's amazing. they're on the way to paris to watch the ryder cup and hopefully sell some team usa shirts while they're over there. and folks, you canatch it this weekend right here on nbc 4.
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coverage starts bright and early tomorrow morning. t your alarm for 3:00 a.m. >> just a little earl they say love doesn't cost a thing. however, a break-up sure evdoes. if you're not married yet. a man who works at a d.c. law ec firmtly filed a lawsuit against his former fiance. he sued h to recoup the costs of the engagement ring. it is more than four carats and cost $100,000. he called it a conditional gift. the couple started dating in 2015 and tdy were suppoo be player i had this year but things, they were supposed to be rried this year. it is not the first time someone has sued over an engagement ring. in fact, it is becoming more of f trend more expensive rings, like that one. >> you can'trg with him. i'm on team guy here. you're against mow this but time around, that guy deserves that. if you're a woman, why would you
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want to keep it? >> yeah. >> come on. >> forhe money, leon. >> besides the point. >> at least she's honest, huh? >> turning now to the weather which turned mighty nice today. >> i think everybodys smiling today because of the weather. low humidity, pnty ofunshine and this weekend will be a perfect weekend out there. the last weekend in september. and the weather is going to deliver. you don't need the sweater. more of a t-shirt, 80, long sleeves if you're going to be throughout in the morning or the evening hours. as we loo to next week, the temperatures around 80 degrees. coming up around 4:50.
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so far, and i said this i rlier. ink this is an amazing statistic. this is the top 20 wetst year on record. if we just get the normal amount of rain orousnow, it put us up to the top four wettest year on record. just to give you an idea how soggy things have been around 2018. currently, our temperatures are in the 70s. 75 in frederick, 77 in couple peopler, very similar temperatures tomorrow afternoon. a fantastic start. if you go for the early morning run, bicycle ride, you're takin kids t soccer practice. it will be amazing. we're at 57 degrees in frederick. 63 in washington. 55 inleesburg. that is comfortable. that is spectacular. your weekend forecast, highs 76 both saturday and sunday witho partly mostly sunny skies and low humidity out there saturday and sunday. we're not worri about the humidity until we get to thursday next week. the weather having a low impact
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on your weekend. if you're heading to the pumpkin patch, a little earlier in the season but the weather is looking great both days. i wouldn't pass it up. headingo the golf course, i was talking to a girlfriend and she said theourse has been closed for so many days because of how wet it's been. potentially cart paths only. make sure you have the sunglasses. even sun screen throughout this weeken s our moldres continue to run high with all the rain that we've seen but weeds, grasses and trees are coming in low at this int. here's your four day forecast. saturday and sunday. we have waited so long for a picture perfect weekend like this. on monday we utart to warm with a high around 80 degrees. but the human levels stay nice and low. tuesday we have highs upper 70s to low 80s and there is the chance for some scattered late day showers. most if not all o your tuesday
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is dry. right now we'll focus on the weekend. i'll have the ten day forecast coming up around 4:50. >> all t.ri a great way to welcome fall. saturdayig live is returning. >> everything you need to know about the new cast, the new a writers we'll get a taste kanye west's new albums. >> the first tom hanks as mr.
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saturday night live is back. bits to start its 44th season. >> and adam driver is hosting the premier. kanye west will be there. what it is like to work withos two stars. >> hs always pumped for the "snl". open >> they feel like they're part e it mething special bef even starts. >> it is different than 2003, his very first show. >> there was real fear.
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>> since then he's become the longest serving cast member and he recently won his first emmy for co-writing last year's come back for rock sketch. >> in spthe one oe three big ones in our profession, have a real one iny hand was unbelievable. >> this week adam driver joi thompson and company for his second tour of duty. >> the greatest ever. do anything. >> and asal mus guest, kanye west. >> oh-oh! he got that look. w t are you up to? >> i can't wait. i almost want kanye to act up. >> thompson said in his previous visit, he's been professional. >> he tries to shake things up. >> it simply fills the anticipation. >> let's see whathi will be.
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>> for saturday ght. nbc news. heee won't any encouragement to act up. >> he only does on it days that end in "y." keeping in it new york, art i have musicians and activists will be in central park for this year's citizens festival. >>he week and janet jackson are headlining to address a host of social issues. >> lester holt sits down with music super star and activist john legend tonight. >> i think artists have a way of speaking and communicating to the world that's unique d politicians can't really duplicate and we have a lot of influence. and that i believe it is my responsibility to use thatin uence for good. >> and you can watch more of lester holt's interview tonight right after news4 at 6:00. still orahead, on the controversy surrounding the supreme court nominee brett
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>> that's right. and women and men everywhere telling their stories abo why they didn't report. up next, the local hospital workin to give victims a voice. and the numbers are shocking. why last yearas the worst flu season inecades and what i s at children's national, stronger is caring for a baby's heart in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. and a future when enatal pediatrics leads to healthier children. it's being the number one newborn intensive care unit the cou. and giving parents peace of mind. it's less recovering in our bed, anmore jumping on yours. stronger is standing out and standing proud. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger.
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m i put criminals in prison during the day i'jennifer wexton, and as a prosecutor, and changed diapers at night. later, when i had a law pracce, i volunteered to help moms collect child support. then, as state senator, i worked across party lines to target sexual offenders and take guns away from destic abusers. in congress, i'll stand up to president trump. i approve this message because, like every working mom, what ahead is as important awhat's .
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delay a confirmation vote for supreme court nominee brett c kavanaugh andl for the fbi to reopen a background e.vestigation into the aerit po pl yy b ublican senator jeff flake who said that his vote was dependent upon this move. the white house still has to ask the fbi. the president seemed open to it this morning. >> i jt want it to work out well for the country. if that happens, i'my. happ they have to do what they think is right. >> senators lis murkowski and joinch manchin called for t delay. the vote was supposed to happen as early as next tuesday. the national sex assault eived a says it has r record number of calls for a weekday during the kavaugh hearing. they said they often see an uptick when sexual assault is in the news. today, julie carey checked in with one local fairfax county to see how the
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capitol hill drama is impacting its work and tictims it is now helping. >> fairfax county hotline. thisscolleen. >> reporter: it is often the first step a sexual assault victim takes. to call a hotline. >> it took a lot of courage to reach out and talk about itth >> in e wake of cosby trial, some victims finally taking that step. maybe even years after an incident. seeing their own expernce reflected in media reports. finally finding the words to deribe what happened to them. >> i had this experience. i didn't know how to talk about it. i thought difference only person and now i'm seein on the news that it happened to, you know, dr. ford, all these people. and now i can come forward and talk about it. >> reporter: and the hotline conversation often critical to whetherhe victim gets counseling or decides w contact law enforcement. >> if they get a response that
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is warm where a person listens, asks questions, is emthat a athleticic and avos judgment. that person will feel more supportive. >> reporter: and here'spo what' imant to remember about these hotline numbers. they're not justom forne in crisis. not just the victims. for anyone who has questions about services or might need help. >> we welcome peoe who are thinking how they can be better supporters, how they can listent , support better. and we would be happy to consult with people any time. j >> reporteie carey, news4. the school board has come up misconduct sexual policy to educate, confront and stop sexual imisconduthe school system. leaders will consuct anonymous ey and other personnel. the school system says it will
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immediately launch investigations as soon a allegations are brought to their attention. new at 4:00, for years, the fishing school has been a refuge for underprivileged kids in northeast washington. take o how board member found a home ere, too. >> reporter: the school in northeast d.c. doesn't necessarily teach t allngs fishing. to oth a differentlevel. >> the fishing school was designed to work on reading computer th skills, skills and the like and those translate into potential jobs. >> it was originally founded and run by tom lewis who started the school in 1990 with one goal in mind. >> in the early days, it was literally arefuge, a safe haven for children where their physical safety was the goal.
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>> he's been fortunate enough to have him on the board since the very beginning back when lus had big plans. >> he told me about setng up a refuge in northeast for underprivileged kids that didn't life.a family >> but he brings a great deal himself. as a former fixture in the attorney's office. >> a trial lawndr working important issues in justice. both in the u.s. attorney's office. that prepared me forost any challenge in high of. >> as he maintained tremendous legal responsibility, he continued to make time for these litt a faces this life changing school. and he still does. at 82ears old. >> the awards are given to those who contribut and done well. and that to me is the pro in the pudding. >> adi pudng that gets sweeter
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and sweeter, with help from all the hands involved. >> for him to dedicate himself to the fishing school as he has is a testament to sxaerl the fishing school. >> to keep these kids fishing for generations to come. news what a wonderful contribution he's making isn't it amazing. that's beautiful. >> peopl who care. coming up next. >> the magical world of harry potter comes to life in a maryland family's backyard this weekend. thre fund-raiser t for victims of hurricane florence. our consumer unit working to save you some money when you go shopping for groceries. e most popular store in our area isn't the one with the wwest prices. h so much rain falling across the area yesterday into early morning,any of our
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waterways dealing with flooding. what about those temperatures? it is the first full weekend.
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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,
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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, what's ahead i ias important as whatthe rearview mirror.
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this is you celebrity 60. hanksa first look at tom saying won't you be my neighbor? a first look at his important trail of mr. rogers. naomi campbell said she'sy prett upset with the rson fashion week brawl. she said she doesn't want to see women fight, period. and then she said that harper's becausar should not have called their for itco party. and mccauley culkin tweeted to jk rowling. now we'rell talking about the kid from all alone possibly entering the wizarduniverse.
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harry potter has come to life in a familiar backyard in maryland. >> they are harry potter super fans and they've re-created the diagon alley from the movie. >> they are inviting you to check it out. here's the deal. >> reporter: to the books and glasstl b in the windows, the family has been gathering plywood and doors and everything else. they builtic this fantan the backyard of their home by turning trash into treasure. >> there's tonsf stuff that people threw away that are nd spectacular aave good life in them.s >> she i naturally crafty and a
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super fan of the movie. she passed along the passion her daughter vivian. she wanted a harry potter theme birthd last august a suffice to say they went all out. >> i mig not be typical too something like this but we just enjoy seeing our kids have a fantastic time. it was the best. >> reporter: dozens of friends showed up for the party and she was the wizard of the ball. >> when they saw me, they came up to me and they id, vivian, h i likr party. >> reporter: if that's not cool enough, the family has teameth p local photographer and kids can come for professional photos. a $100 donation and all the money raised will help those affected by hurricane florence. >> we have a friend who is from north carolina. she had the property in the riverside community. so he will take all the funds and items donated physically down to new bern and distribute
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it to her communityun which is r four feet of water. >> reporter: as for the future of ag alley, they would like others to enjoy it. >> what a great thing and a fun thing to do. >> a great thing to do. >> perfect. >> looks like a lot of fun. >> okay, harry potter fans. we know you'll wanto share this with everyone you know o go get your gallery of pictures. we have a lot of shots of it. search harry potter. he f setting records. why last flu season was one of the most severe in decades and what's being done ahead for this year.
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ameliar dra is joining us next with the weekend forecast and boy, she has a look at the and boy, she has a look at the next strea k
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he turned around the naacp. businessman. ben jealous. "marylander of the year". he's helped grow twenty companies and a thousand jobs. ben's vision: medicare for all. and fully fund ourchools.ion drug cts s the sun says jealous has "the stature and gravitas" to lead maryland. we can do much better on jobs,
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on education, on healthcare. but it means we've got to believe in each other. ben jealous. governor. four things for you to know. another wrinklen the judge kavanaugh confirmation fight. >> today senator jeff flake called for a delay in a full senate vote on kavanaugh until the fbi i canestigate reason sex assault claims. >> to do an ioinvestig limited in time and scope to the current allegations that are there. >> murkowski, senator lisa in owski joined flake calling for the delay. both their votes are needed t confirm kavanaugh. >> n, if you were asked to log back into facebook today, there is a chance your account was mp coromis compromised. they reset for 50 million involved in awere
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security breach. an additional 40 million accounts were reset as a precaution. they don't need to reset your password >> prosecutors said one u.s. post office allegedly resold iphones. according to the court filings, anthony sold and resold 15 iphones from court dts say reid is no long we are the postale. serv flying over the monocacy river today. you can blame it on e rai we've seen here. the storm team 4 amelia draper is trackg it. a look at the weekend forecast coming up in a couple minutes. last year's flu season broke records in all theorst ways. killing more americans than doctors have seen in more than 40 years. >> now experts are urging people to get your flu shot for this
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season. >> reporter: the death toll from last year's flu season is startlin 80,000 people died from flu complications. a statistic that frustrated the nation's surgeon general in an effort to get female get vaccinated. if not for themselves than for those around them. >> i'm tired of people saying, i didn't get sick and i didn't get flu shot. those 80,000 people who died last year fro theflu. guess what. they got it from someone. >> dr. l adams by example, rolling up his sleeve for the vaccine. folks in shreveport, louisiana, at a drive through clinic. >> it was really easy to come here. i didn't even have to get out oa my >> they admit it is not perfect. but they said even if you do get sick, the shot cane help strenlt complications that
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killed >> the majority of those children are not vaccinated and their deaths are largely preventable. >> the naval spray flu mist is back this season if kids are squeamish about needles. >> i'm scared. >> doctors say a deep breath anl a l bravery offer the best chance for preventing the flu. this coming flu season, you can get doctors' advice fromalexa. seattle's children hospital and boston's children hospital recently partnered to give a new skill called flu doctor. kit help you find vaccines in a youra and offer times on easing fears about needles. this is hispac heritage month. this weekend, latin culture will be on full display in d.c. news4 was at the mexican cultural institute in northwest earlier today. fee test a d.c. is a two-day
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festiv with food, live music and the fiesta competition and the parade tlaes p tomorrow afternoon at constitution avenue and seventh street. >> what are theodds? it is the nicest weather we've had in weeks, if not months. >> i was just looking at more about the it. take a look at the temperature change. we're6 degrees warmer in washington than we were this time yesterday. 20 degreesreas like leesburg, winchester and it is comfortable out there. low humidity. 73 degrees in college park.
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as we head into the evening t hours, tperature will fall into the 60s. we have lots of friday night lights going on. the game gets underway the temperature around 70 degrees. cool and completely dry out there. not just this football game but everootball game. 60s, upper 60s for the most part as we head towd 8:00, 9:00 p.m. we'll see some low to mid 60s. especially in those more rural locations. you mightan to grab even a sweatshirt out there for friday nit lights. and tomorrow, we start around 62 degrees in washington. 50s in the suburbs as we look toward the lunch time hours. 73 beautiful sunsne. just perfection tomorrow afternoon. a very similar feelre out t tomorrow afternoon compared to today. 76 degrees at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.
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unfortunately, the sun has seti but i a spectacular evening. a great fall eving. 7:00, around 70 degrees. as we look at the rain outlook. we're completely dry saturday, sunday and monday. the chance for some scattered showers tuesday during the late afternoon and evening hours. most of the day as we look to wednesday, we return to dry weather. as wealk about humidity levels, it is comfortable thugh the weeken maybe a little bit humid but not that bad. by ethursday, do see the humidity return. it is pretty muggy throughout on friday. take a look at the ten-day forecast. blow yaem next wednesday. low 80s on thursday. that's when the mugginess returns. on friday, a mix of clouds and sun. now, next weekend, maybe a chance for showers on sunday. but now it looks like the 80s. all we need to focus on is this
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weekend. getting a new pet is fun but tho e are some thingsu know to make it more pet friendly. >> we always encourage people to document animals. if you are considering bringing an animal into your home aou never have before, we have some tips on how to makee it m pet friendly. >> first, i woure see w you're going to keep your dog. you know, bathroom, a kitchen, a laundry room. those are all good places. and you mig even set up a crate and get your dog used to going into crate. that's great for potty training. >> good idea. identification, ashes.
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>> be toward bring a harn he is and a leash and a collar when you pickour dog up. >> perfect. >> i had find sheena a new home, too. >> yeah. >> she's going to be joining our sister stationeg in san knsd. so happy forecasting down the road. >> sll haveome great weather out there. won't she? >> i know. i hate that. we're going to be jealous o you. coming up, savings at the store. and a vet wit the biggest battle of his life. new, his fight to save his little girl from brain cancer. little girl from brain cancer. and the
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if your grocery store takes a big bite o of your budget, the reason they have to do it where you reve which grocery stores and the best prices. >> so they sent shoppers to ten area grocery stores wit about 150 common items to buy. they also looked aty. qual so let's check it out. >> wegman's is the fan favorite. 94% rated it superior overall. the pces weren average 7% lower than giant, 14%ower than safeway. 19% lower than whole foods. overall, price break prices came in substantially lower tha all e grocery stores. in terms of quality, giant, safeway, shoprs, target and
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walmart received low marks from their customers. andhe whole foods amazon impact, theury found produce prices have lowered a bit but it is still the most expensive grocery chain. >> you have amazon and target and walmart and all these companies spending a lot o money. investing a lot of money to be in this business. the reason isn't so much that make profithey'll selling groceries. there's not a lot of profit to begin with. they want to get you used to buying everything from that company. >> so if you want to check out the full report once g store prices from the consumer checkbook, search and don't forget. we're working for you with a closer look at thery gro delivery services and whether they are worth the money. >> time versus money. >> and news4 at 5:00 start with
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