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fred? >> what a race. what a race. on behalf of the breeders' crown -- exce me, breeders' cup board and all the management team as well as the churchill bod and management team, this was the culmination of the greatest breeders' c in history, and it is theorld championship and they had the world champion today in the classic. my compliments to them, congratulations to them and their entire team, and mr. ronas has traded his rolex in for two longines, he told me. so to our sponsor, longines, it's wonderful. thank the crowd and that came out today. you saw some of the greatest racing ever in the history of thoroughbred ring. thank you very much. >> what does it mean to win this breeders' cup classic specifically w >> to win it with john sadler is an honor for the family, no doubt.
we're very proud. we're just -- we owe all thiso john and his great job and his team and everything he's done for horse racing. >>enjoy it. congratulations, kosta. >> thank you very much. >> mike, accelerate, brilliant in the 35th breeders' cup >> thank you,t. laffi congratulations. we mentioned joel h rosarioad won six races in his brcareer, ders' cup races, winning three here this weekend, including the classic.>> hen the hronis brothers were into the get business, they asked the box seat usher, what trainer should we use. they sa, john sadler. paid off. >> it just shows you the ups and downs. such a disappointment with catalina cruiser earlier in the day and now t win with accelerate. what a game. >> 70,000 onand heret churchill downs today and again you're reminded of what this means, internationally, horses from all over the world coming great weekend and a thrill to be here and watch, especially, accelerate in the lassic come away and give john sadler, one of the trafferrsfic
traine in the game, his first breeders' cup victory. specia thanks to the official database f thoroughbred racing and statistics information. sing up next, except on the west coast, i your local news and later tonight, "saturday t ght live," jonah hill is the host, musical guesis imagine go maggie rogers. terrific day with simone biles nand the gymnastics,ascar and the playoffs, and aaron rodgers against tom brady on sunday night football. see you here on nbc. for our entire team with jerry, so long from churchill downs in so long from churchill downs in louisville. there arepatrick morriseyes ifiled a lawsuit. to take away protections for people with pre-existing conditions. i voted to protect them. morrisey got rich
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news 4's cory smith who's live on the scene where police just made an arrest. cory, what can you tell us tonight? >> well, just like you said, erika, this man has been arrested. that hpened just within the last five to seven minutes. officers just pushed us back away fm the scene. there is a bomb technician on the way here to clear what it was that the man dropped when he came out of the store. i'm going to step out of the way. jeff, if you can, you see that the ground.ooks like a bag on that is what the man dropped as soon as he finally madeis way out of the store. we actually captured that on camera. so let's go ahead and show you that video. when we arrived, you could hear officers shouting commands to the suspect, telling him to come to the front of the store with his hands up. that lasted for a few moments,
and then finally he did emerge from the back of the store, walked slowly to the entrance, put his hands up. t officersn told him to continue to walk towards them, turn around. at that point he droppt n atever is that he was carrying, got oe ground, and that's when officers swooped in and arrested m. he was then loaded into a car and taken away. now, there is -- back out here live, a lot of peopletill standing around, people who were evacuated from nearby .stores there's a cvs around here, a papa john's, five guys, another restaurant and grocery store nearby. heavy ne still under security. again, because a bomb technician is on the way to clear whatever it is this man dropped. the good news is so far as we note, no injuries reported. and again, the suspect has been taken into custody. we're going to try to talk to some of these folks out here as we as law enforcement officers and bring you the latest online and today at 11:00. but tore now, erika, we'll send
it back to you in the studio. >> cory smith in falls church. you guys stay safe out there. a matter of days we could learn crystal city has won the high-stakes competition to land amazon's second headquarters. "washington post" is reporting that amazon is holdinu advanced disions to move to our area. the report says the talks are more detailed than the discussis the company has had th other studios. the city's top real estater develoas pulled buildings off the leasing market, and an announcement could come after the midterm elections. news 4's derek ward has the reaction. >> reporter: crystal city has seen a republicanance with a strong corporate, mmercial, governmental and residential presence. now as autumn leaves fall speculationises that it could be the home to amazon's nad arters. for now the corporation isn't talking. neither are arlington county officials. but ridents and patrons are. >> good reputation and i think they blend nicely with the corporations that are already here.in >> reporter: h have emerged vaat crystal city might be the spot. cant buildings and properties
onceor sale quietly come off the market and sources tell the "washington post," also ownedy azon owner jeff bezos, that high-level advance negotiations e afoot. winds of change could indeed be blowing through c >> change is the only constant. >> i think that would be great. >> great idea. definitely a greatti lo. >> reporter: amz amazon could also bring as many as 50,000 jobs and all the attendant revenue to the area. some folks in crystal city worry about congestion. another issue. >> housing costsill increase. reporter: last week virginia governor ralph northam told julie carrie that the state has shown amazon fourio loc in virginia. >> whether amazon chooses virginia ore notve done everything we can to offer them a good package. >> reporter:till people get excited about the good things should amazon land in crystal city. >>go think it's . i think it's great. great for the community.
jobs. >> reporte an announcemen could come as soon as the end of this year. in crystal city derekward, news 4. >> amazon founder jeff bezos also owns the "washington post." no commentro amazon yet. you heard derek touch on this but let's dig ar little dee as to why this is such a big deal for the area. amazon's second headquarters is ex to bring about 50,000 jobs. the average salary would be more than 100,000 a year. and the project would be a $5 billion investment. for nor information including the other loc i sites still the running open the nbc washington app. the national weather service confirmed today that an ef1 tornado killed two people at an amazon distribution center in baltimore. this is new aerial video tonighf hat the building looked like this morning. and you can see where a massive hole is after a 50-foot wall collapsed there late last night. one victim died at thehospital. firefighters found a second person dead early this morning. employees say it soundedike
bombs going off as the wall collapsed. also have new aerial video from mount airy, maryland. the winds caused? damage to homesov knockin fences and roofs last night. some of the worst d is right here in the twin arch shopping center. there's a tj maxom and a goods there. a viewer's cell phone video shows the inside there of that tj max where some of the ceilings even collapsed. three people inside werehu . it ile homes were also nearby. but we understand that everybody is okay. stay with us. news 4 the washington post endorses jennifer wexton for congress... saying barbara comstock's "promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier."
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just because it's never been done, doesn't mean we can't do it. just because it hasn't been seen, doesn't mean we can't envision it. we are uncommon to the core. we are upmc. to execute a search warrant when wor an arrest warrant, we'd line up and we'd put our hand on the shoulder of the person in front of us. you always knew who had your back. with all the money in politics, it's hard to say who has our backs. i worked in federal law enforcement and at cia serving the american people, not special interests. i'm abigail spanberger. i won't take money from corporate pacs because in congress, i'll always have your back, and that's why i approve this message.
an assault outside a bar in demaryland turns ly. and we've just learned the name of the man killed in the parking lot of the cactus flats bar & grill last night. the frederick county sheriff's office says somebod attacked robert swann jr. people rushed to help him but h died in that parking lot. the sheriff's office tells us they are stillga invesng the incident. they haven't released any information about who assaulted swann. and d.c. police are investigating a deadly shooting at aas station in brentwood. they got the call about 6:00 this morning. officers found a man ad. they roped off the entire station while gathering evidence. noho word on shot the man. a prince george's county firefighter arrested and charged with arson. our news partners at wt radio report that medic lieutenant
sean christopher roth was charged with three felonies in pennsylvania yeauerday. orities in york county say the arson happened in late august. he's been with the department for 19 years. we're told that he's on paid administrative leave. roth is being held on a $25,000 bond. a last-minute push by candidates ahead of tuesday's midterm election. democrats are trying to change f power while republicans are looking at upsets in some key races. nbc's chris pollone with one of the most important midterm races in rect memory. >> reporter: less than three days until the midterm elections and both parties are sending out their heavy hitters to rally voters to the polls. president donald trump with stops saturday in montana and siorida. the pnt trying to tip the balance to republicans in some tightly contested races, first taking aim at montana democratic
senator jon tester. >> vote for matt rosendale, w is a worker. is a vote for low taxes, low unemployment, strong borders, and montana values. >> reporter: while the president was ine montana, vesident mike pence was in wisconsin. d former vice president joe biden campaigned for democrats in ohio. former president barack obama hit the trail in geoia and florida friday, leveling harsh criticism against the trump administration, a sign of how high the stakes are in the2018 midterms. >> they promised to take on corruption. instead they have racked up enough indictments to field a football team. >> reporter: democrats need to win 23 seats to control the house of representatives and two .eats to control the sena after 2016 neither pty is taking anything for granted. chris polone, nbc news, new york. today is the final dayf in person absentee voting in
fairfax county, and the turnout has been county elections officials say early voting has surpassed levels from the 2012 presidential election. nearly 67,000 voters have already cast their ballots in fairfax county. a 16-story challenge to raise money for the s olympics today. that's what dozens faced in bethesda, including our own meteorologist lauren ricketts. lauren and dozens of others conquered their fears for a great cause at the bethesda metro center. and our own pat collins was also cheering on laun there from below, safe on the ground. there goes lauren down the wall. money raised -- yay! goes to support more than 7,000 special olympics athletes in maryland. it's a great sport about it. had lots of fun out there. >> announcer: now your storm team 4 forecast. well, we definitely give shout outs to lauren on that.ew couldn't have been me, though. outside right now 57 degrees. notice we are enjoying the fall
foliage. it seems like in just a few everything went from green to orange and red across the area. winds are about 15 miles per hour. what we want to talk about briefly is again the storms. east night severe weather. stay safe, aware. and also as we talk about the clocks turning back today, 6:05, not bad for a sunset. tomorrow afternoon 5:04. that's going to be difficult when we go back to work, back to school onmonday. temperatures outside right now, notice 57 degrees here in town. getting cooler. and in northern and western suburbs winchester coming in at 48 degrees. still a tad warmer at annapolis at 58 degrees. future cass in motion again for tomorrow morning. no problem there. notice the increase advance as ey start to move in from the south and west tomorrow well after tme but tomorrow morning, i should say monday, monday morning, rain showers will start to move in. that's why we talked about bringing the umbrella as you head out for your monday. some showers are going to hang around d throughout the on
monday. and we'll talk about that in just a few minutes. with that forecast, tonight temperatures inside the beltway dropping down to the0s. winds will diminish. and the temperatures will of course fall by theis dimng winds. now, for tomorrow easte standard time. eastern standard time, set your clocks back that one hour for tomorrow. football game, everyone, tomorrow the falcons and the redskins. weather will cooperate. it will be mostly sunny skies, november temperatures. temperatures in the mid 50s.t 52 degrees noon. tailgating will not be a problem when you leave. temperatures still in the 50s. let's tal forecast, everyone, for the next several days as we set our clocks back in thein mo for sunday. rain for the next couple of days.up it will warm could be a rumble of thunder for your tuesday. the rest of the week it gets cooler. erika? >> clay, thank you so very muchy maland football has been in the national spotlight. abut there was game to be played today. see how the team did after an
emotional week in collegeark and hear from the head coach on the state of th the state of th e to execute a search warrant when wor an arrest warrant, we'd line up and we'd put our hand on the shoulder of the person in front of us. you always knew who had your back. with all the money in politics, it's hard to say who has our backs. i worked in federal law enforcement and at cia serving the american people, not special interests. i'm abigail spanberger. i won't take money from corporate pacs because in congress, i'll always have your back, and that's why i approve this message. i believi've heard storiesnt from people across virginiaing. that have moved me to take action on veterans unemployment, the opioid epidemic, and pediatric healthcare. but we can't make progress when we're divided, when our leaders pit us against each other for political gain. in the senate, i'll always listen to you and focus on solving problems that matter to virginia and to america.
th saying barbara comstock's je"promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexton is the "clear and convincing" choice. "smart, serious and substantive" ... "ms. wexton would be a breath of fresh air" in congress. i'm jennifer wexton and i approved this message because i've worked across party lines to get things done. that's how we can fix congress and make it work for us again. nd o ff maryland, rougee day but it'sa rough week. >> yeah, very rough week. to say it was a turbulent week at maryland would be a drastic understatement. to recap, the university st reing head coach d.j.
durkin after the conclusion of two investigations into 19-year-old jordan mcnair's death. thuge outcry from students and politicians rippit decision. the sudden reversal to fire durkin followed by the resiation of the board o regents chair. today the terps did their best to just focus on football. taking on michigan state. interim head coach matt canada leading the team. and the number 79 on the field honoring jordan mcnair. first quarter the spartans strike first. conor hayward takes hand-off and he sniffs out e the zone. 18-yard score. make it 7-0. ensuing maryland drive. third down bad snap tohe hill. alls on it. the terps will have to punt it away. michigan state would lead 10-3 at the half. in the trd quarter 17-3 rocky lombardi's pass tipped. byron cowart gets it, going the other way,hi but ts is kind of the day it was for maryland. he fumbles before he gets into the end arne. it's ty ball.
only 100 total yards o offense for the terps. michigan sta outrushed maryland 2 to 26. and 80 of them came right here. heyward breaks free again. part of a 157-yard two-touchdown day forhim. 24-3 is your final score. maryland falls to 5-4.ma no players wde available to speak after the game. but coach canada did take the podium. >> this week was a challenging week. that's a fact. you guys all know that. but we came in, we worked every ay, our kids played hard every day. tuesday things happened. wednesday things happened. thursday morning 7:45 we were in there meeting. we were working. players. of our and we focused on each other. and again, we lost today because we just didn't play pwell. weyed a really good football team. and i didn't coach well enough. so we're not going toake any changes now in how we approach. ng to be the offensive coordinator. i'm goingo be the cheerleader for the defense. and we're going to keep doing
exactly what we've been doing. we're not going to payne. we just have to play ttter, ha coach better. >> what an emotional week. let's go to the nba, with the wizards' approach to defense is like my approach to dirty dishes. if i don't do it, pretty sure someone else will take care of it. the problem is, however, that's not usually the case, as evident from washington giving up a league-worst 9123. points per game and the pile of nasty dishes in my sink.th ree-time defensive player of the year dwight howard made his ebut hoping to help o on d but it did not matter.in washon gave up 134 points to the thunder on 57%ot shog from the field. the home crowd even booed as the wizards gave up 34 assists. okc outscored the w 34-20 in the second quarter, putting the game out of reach early washington now r7. ord that does not sit well with the team. >> we've got a better team on paper than it showed on the court. that don't mean anything. anything looks good on paper until you go out there and find
that chemistry and everybody lookin at themselves in the mirror including myself first ls and everybodye down, what you can do to m e the game easier and better for us and make us one chemistry group altogether. >> i have to figure it out. we can't keep watching the same thing over and ove and over and expecting things are going to change. i like to give guys opportunities. and you know what? we have to play better. >> rough day for the wizards. but certaouly just a week for the university of maryland and the football team. and the football team. a lot of emotions all week long. dave brat said he'd vote to reduce the deficit. i'm abigail spanberger, and i approve this message. but instead, he voted to increase it by $1.9 trillion. why? brat went washington, taking hundreds of thousands from big drug companies, wall street banks, and other corporate special interests and voting to give his big corporate donors big tax breaks, making the next generation pay. dave brat went washington, and all we got was the bill.
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i waso i'm used tor, getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of patients who are counting on me. many of them worry about president trump taking away protections for pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i have a friend named ben. ben is a national leader who's protecting obamacare from president trump. he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin and i approved this message. self proclaimed mother of the chemical weapon corp meet aime hoeber. where she referred to nerve gas as just insecticide developed for people. someone who's made a career cashing in on her government contacts- was sued for using her position as a board member to defraud shareholders. and is now pursuing trumps agenda of defunding planned parenthood and denying medical coverage to people with pre existing conditions. rthe ou know aimee hoeber, the less you want to. i'm david trgee, i approve this mes
we go back to that breaking news from the top of this broadcast. arrest after a bomb threat at a falls church starbucks. cory smith is live with new reaction f witness and police. what are they saying, cory? >> reporter: erika, we just spoke to police, and according to them this cal camen before 4:00. the suspect walked into the starbucks intoxicated and when staff askedeim to leave refused. that is when employees told police thatha he told them he had a bomb. at that point employees evacuated the building and called 911. the man stayed inside. when officers arrived, they began negotiating with him,
commanding him to come out. he ultimately did and was arrested. he has since been taken to the hospital as a precautionary markes. now, we spoke to witnesss who says they arrived and were walking into that s that's when they saw employees running out screaming "he has a bomb. he has abomb." obviously then they knew this was a serious situation. so they stayed outside. other businesses evacued as well. but again, right now we are still waiting for the bomb technician to show up and to clear the scene here in falls church. but again, that suspect has been taken into custody. back to you. i was a navy doctor, so i'm used to getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of patients who are counting on me. many of them worry about president trump taking away protections for pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i have a friend named ben. ben is a national leader who's protecting obamacare from president trump. he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too.
i'm ben cardin and i approved this message. i'm jennifer wexton, and i approve this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? if jeer wexton backed a deal leading to massive tolls on 66. nonsense. jennifer wexton fought the tolls on 66.ll and let' this plan what it is, the way that it's been rolled out. it's highway robbery. there's also althcare robbery. barbara comstock voted to sabotage the healthcare market, hiking premiums up to 64%. barbara trumpsck -- everything that's wrong in washington. it's a declaration.tion. that when they attack who we are. we show what we're made of. and we don't stand back- we stand up. for women's rights. for health care. for our kiutures. the washington post says david trone is detailed, studious and no-nonsense-- an excellent successor to john delaney. there's no sitting on the sidelines. not me. not yo not now. the best choice, by a mile, is mr. trone. on november 6th. vote.
david trone for congress. i'm david trone, i approve this message. tonight a show of force with migrant caravans, at least 700 milesaway, the first wave of u.s. troops arrives at the texas border. is their presence a much needed help or a of the midterm ad elections, just three days away. a week after the killing of 11 jews in pittsburgh, people of all faiths come together in synagogues around the world in an expression oy sym and solidarity. shocking video of a teacher representedly punching a student in a california classroom. what led up to this brutal beating. forget black friday, retailers are already rolling out some of their best discounts right now. how you can save big on everything from tv's to toys. and it's a game that requires intense