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new at midday, parents rush to the scene of a school bus accident in montgomery county. the front of the bus smashed in. what we know about the four students taken to the hospital. aom we have flood warnings out ther rate noight n that have just been issued, but the rain is moving out. we'll let you know how much longer this rain is going to last, plus thunderstorms for your election day. that's coming up in a few minutes. plus, last-minute campaigning including ormer president obama in northern virginia today. what both sides are doing to get out the vote. good morning. welcome to news 4 midday.
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i'm pat lawson muse. >> and i'm eun yang. let's start with the weather. it has been a messy morning, chilly, rainy with a chilly breeze, too. >> lauren joins us now with a look at how much more rain we're going to get today. lauren? >> oh, we're seeing a lot of rain out there. we've already picked up over an inch here in e d.c. area and we have some flood warnings out there right now. but the good news is, theain is pushing out. dge of itee, the back already pushing through virginia right now. we're clearing out in d.c. this doesn't mean that we'reot going to have some drizzle out there, throughout the afternoon. we are. and we're going to continue to see some cloud cover, as well. ng it's not g to be the prettiest of afternoons, but at least that steady rain is starting to push to the north and east. but we still have some modere rain just around the annapolis area. i want to talk about a flood warning that s just issue by the national weather service. this is for the immiate d.c. area and just surrounding the beltway. we've got a lot of road closur, especially out in fairfax, but this flood warning goes until 3:00 f portion of
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montgomery county, portions of ince george's county, including alexandria, arlington falls, even to fairfax and fairfax county. that goes until 3:00. and as i'm being told, aot of ad closures out there. please be careful for some of those low-lying areas. we'rek oing to tout more rain on the way, because we do have storms for your eleion da and we'll talk about that, time those out for you coming up. guys? >> thanks, lauren. developing this morning, prince william county police are investiging two separate shootings, both happened in woodbridge last night. in one, police say they found two men shot to death in ar. no information on a suspect has been released about that. and in the other incident, police say officers were, quote, ambushed b a suspect. >> that shooting spree happened in a quiet neighborhood, just as families were settling in for the night. news 4's justin finch is live in woodbridge now with the latest on this investigation. justin? >> reporter: yeah, very scary overnight for many in that neighborhood. this took ple on a very small
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street. we went back by there and smoke with neighbors. one telling us that he knows the suspect involved in this. with familylivin off and on for some time and was having some personal problems and he wonders if that's what led to that shooting last night mondaymorning, the 1100 block of laurel street. quieer again a hours of activity from prince william ing up phasee, wra one of this officer-involved shooting investigation,n centering this home. >> sounds like a bunch of firecrac >> lewis wilkins heard the gunfire fro across the street. he ao says he knows the suspect, described as a 29-year-old man. wilkins says his neighbor had recently fallen on hard times. >> he'd been acting strange tely and tired of life, you know. fed up with the way life's been going. >> reporter: just before 6:00 p.m. sunday, calls of shots fired brought prince william county police to the quiet block. the police chief describing the shooting as an ambush.
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>> they were arriving on the scene. they were pulling up and they all of a sudden realized they were turned -- being shot rat. orter: two responding officer were able to return fire, at least one striking the suspect in his upper body. he was flown to the hospital for treatmen treatment. >> and at this point, we can tellou that suspect is recovering from those gunshot wounds. those two officers were not hurt. however, they are on paid administer eve leave. the inv happening.till we're waiting for more details to come in. once we get them,ng we'll b those to you on-air and online. live here in woodbridge, i'm justin nch, news 4. back to you. st all righ a deadly officer-involved shooting in anne arundel county. take a look at the map here. thurgoopened near bwi marshall airport. here's the video from the scene now. police say two officers went to serve a protective order to remove guns from the home. it's called a red flag
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protectiveheder. they say suspect answered the door armed with a gun. officers stred for the gun and it went we're told that is when the suspect was shot and killed. the officers were not injured. a scary morning for some middle school students in silver >> a loaded school bus collided with a trash truck this morning on norbeck road. news 4's adam tuss is on the scene right now with an update aboutow those students who were on the bus are doing. >> they were definitely shaken up this morning, pat. take a look. this is the road where it happened. you can see the sta highway administration and the road crews are still out here, actually treating the road after the wreckage here. the bus is dpgone, but right around that curve right there, that's where it a happened, and the scary situation unfolded. looking at the front of thisbu it's amazing that anyone walked away without serious injuries 39 kids on the bus total and the driver, nine children and the t driveren to the hospital,
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just with minor injuries. the school bus was on its way to farquaur middle school. >> i freeaked out, turned aroun and tried to find the scene ofe whhe bus was. >> ana toledo foundgh her daur and she was okay. >> i'm going to go home, hug her, give her some food, just spend time with her. >> reporter: the bus the still being worked on there, a lot of front end damage, but you can also see that that curve right there is a bit tricky and that could have played a part in ts crash. >> came around that curve there, the slick roads and leaves on tthe road, back of the truck slid around and you can see what happened. he investigation here still ongoing, buthe san trigger says the back of the truck likely ended up in thebus's lane. there were two workers in the truck, bothre okay. >> his blood pressure was a little high and they're taking him in for observation. >> on this day, though, with is weather, truly fortunate that this crash didn't end up
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worse. >> reporter: amazing to look at the damage and think that everybody just had minor injuries here. you can hear some of the students tell their had gathered here after the crash that they love them, as they got on another busnd went back to school. guys, back to you. >> all right. scary morning there. thank you, adam. the final countdown is on now. we're less than 24 hours away from polls opening for the meryl elections. >> both republicans and democrats are making a last-ditch effort to earn the vote. news 4's tracie potts is on capitol hill now wit the final day of campaigning. >> reporter: tri final . today, president trump rallies in ohio, indiana, and missouri, kris crossi i crisscrossing the midwest, making his final argument. >> i need u to get your family, get your friends, get your neighbors, get your coworkers, and to go out and vote republican. >> reporter: he's going after democratike stacey abrams, running for governor of gegia.
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>> she will make your jobs disappear like magic. >> i a m the most qualified candidate. >> reporter: last night, this on phil bredesen, the democrat running for senate ines tee. >> he will embrace a socialist takeover of health care. >> if you don't have a substantial corporate health plan from your employer, you know, obamacare, the affordable care act is the only vehicle there is for protecting, for someone who has g pre-existing conditions. >> reporter: a new nbc/"wall street journal" poll shows one day bef,e the electi democrats have a seven-point edge among likely voters, while the president's job approval rating remains upside down. >> don't be bamboozled. don't let them run the okey-doke on you. the character of our country is on tllot. >> reporter: president trump, of course, is not, but he's urging voters t elect republicans, based on his record. and with srms of people all over the country already turning
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out for early voting, those numbers have surpassed the last midterms in 17 state tracie potts, nbc news, washington. and i about an hour, former president obama is expected in northern virginia at a campaign rally. one of the most closely watched races in the state is between republican congrswoman barbara mstock and debora wexton. democrats are hoping that the blue wave tha started last fall will continue tomorrow. however, republicans say that comstock has been a top vote getter in previous races. >> i gotore vothan tim kaine and hillary clinton in this district two years ago. >> i want virgia 10 to be the first race that is called for the democrats on november -- >> yeah! >> reporter: political experts say the race between comstock and westin could give the nation an early preview of wheer house seats will flip from red to blue. g and marylanernor larry hogan posted this video on
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twitter. you can see him there shaking hands with players and members of the military before yesterday's ravs game in baltimore. also yesterday, comedian dave chappelle campaigned in forestville for ben jealous. jealous says despite poll numbers showing him behind, his support is urging at the right time. remember, newsr 4 is y go-to source for information about tuesday's elections. we're npi only k a close eye on virginia, but all the races in d.c. and the senate contest in west virginia. for more information, check our nbchi waston app and search decision 2018. and our team of reporters ands expeill be working for you all election day. tune in at 7:30uesday night election specia the updates will keep coming throughout the night, right onrough news 4 at 11:00. oversial over a new pioid painkiller ten times as potent as fentanyl. how the fda says it must be used, how it must be used to avoiabuse. and the fallout over the
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death of a university of ryland football player may not be over yet. we have new information about a we have new information about a planned protest today. this isn't an election.
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it's a declaration. that when they attack who we are.
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we show what we're made of. and we d 't stand back- we sta. for women's rights. for health care. for our kids futures. the washington post says david trone is detailed, studious and no-nonsense-- toan excellent successor ohn delaney. there's no sitting on the sidelines. not me. not you. 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. toda dozens of student organizations are planning to protest at university of maryland. aey're demanding changer the death of football player jordan mcnair. students are asking president
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wallace lou to remain committed to his retirement. they also want to be included in the selection of future hepresidents and want t border of regents to be elected, not appointed. last week, low fired dj dirkin over his handling of mcnair's death. a day later, the board of regents' chairman resigned. over the weekend, players honored their fallen theyers ran out of the tunnel and took a knee around jordan mcnair's number ch79, w was painted on the field. we are working 4 your health and tracking a growing controversy t involving opioid crisis. the fda is getting slammed for approving a perful new pain drug. it's ten times more potent then fentanyl. some are wondering now if this new drug could do me harm than good. nbc's matt bradley has more. >> reporter: for those fightings americ opioid epidemic, it's a hard pill to swallow. politicians and drug safety advocates say the fda's ace
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approval of dsuvia, an opioid painkiller ten times as potent as fentanyl, throws more fuel on the raging fires of america's opioid crisis. massachusetts senator edward markey and three other senators signed a letter last week, demanding the n fda greenlight the drug. >> what the fda is doing, by authorizing dsuvia to go into the market is supercharging an already deadly problem that we have in our country. >> reporter: for the senator, it's personal. opioid deaths in massachusetts are more than twi the national average, but the fda says it has safety measures in place and that dsuvia is restricted to use in certified, medally supervised health care settings such as hospitals and emergencys sett they say it won't be abused, because the pill comes in a single dose, i not forin-home use, and not available in pharmacies. zpr zoo >> dsuvia is very different than most opioids.
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it's not for outpatient use and you will not find it in a walgreens or a cvs. >> it was requested by the pentagon for battlefield use. >> we've seen this before, where people say, there's no way this can be abused but even though very controlled substances have been abused in the past. >> reporter: a new tool for pain management which will be closely watched as america's opioid crisis gets worse. matt bradley, nbc news. a little over a month ago, we had a miscarriage. to be honest, i don't think i h stile fully dealt with it. because we have literally been nonstop, you know? >> that is monique a samuelsnd her husband, former redskins player, chris samuels, opening up aboutfe sng a miscarriage on the real housewives of potomac. >> after dealing with horrible loss, the couple is now just weeks away from welcoming baby number three! w and monique h us here in the studio this morning with more on her growing family and season 2 of her podcast, "not for lazy moms."
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>> yes! >> well, you're certainly not a lazy mom. thank you. >> you look beautiful. >> thank you so ch. >> yeah, congratulations. we were so happy to learn the news and you're four weeks away. >> yes, exactly from today. fourweeks. i'm counting down. >> so you have two other ildren? >> yes. my son, christopher, is 5, my daughter is 3. >> how is thiser one dit? >> oh, gosh, i'm just a lot more exhausted. i guess because i'm chasing after them and just doing a lot more. so just very busy. so i'm very tired, so on the weekends, i'm on the couch. >> sounds like you belong there. >> yes, you deserve it. >> sharing such personal news really helps other women who have suffered the same kind of trauma deal wit, but was it hard for you to share such personal news in such a publi way? >> you know, when i signed up for this reality show, ipr ised that i would be 100% open. that was a part of my journey and i didn't think twiar about g it. and i didn't realize how many women actually experience miscarriage until after sharing
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it. and it just for me, it was healing in talking about it. so i was grateful to have theun oppoy. >> and i think you're helping other women, for sure. >> i hope so. i hope so. >> we mentioned your podcas "not for lazy moms," which you certainly are not. what are some of the topics cover? >> we cover everything, not just about being a parent in a nlationship, but alsural remedies and alternatives. we discover lifestyle tips that work. it's just a network of women sharing their tips, who are real moms. we're not experts. and we're just giving each o secrets on how to get by. >> okay. a lot of the things we talk about are just helping us become that woman who wants to be the wife, the mom, and ao that entrepreneur. >> the superwoman. >> yes, we are superwoman. we definitely doit. and i'm always like, okay, how do you get by? whatour secret? let's not keep them to ourselves, let's share those secrys. >> especiaecause you make it look easy, but there's so much work behind the scenes. >> it does look easy, but it's totally not. now that i'm pregnant, my
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husband gets to see exactly how much i do. because now he's doing it. >> so a cast member on the show was recently in the news, michael darby was accused of improper sexual conduct by a cameraman. now, the case wasnd dropped, we know that. but it allegedly happened at your house. have you had a chance to talk to michael or ashley about this? >> yes, we talked tooth of them, actually, throughout the whole process. just being a wife and justun rstanding what it feels like to be in the public eye and then facing scrutinyth like , we were definitely there for ashley. we talked to both her and michael. we did talk to atsot of the guhat came to the party, just to ask them if they sati anything or d anything. this way we could just kind of have our ducks in a row and proceed and, you k ww, everythi dropped. so, you know, hopefully they're ableheo pick up pieces and move forward. >> and you're moving forward with season 4? are u? >> oh, we're definitely moving forward. that actually was like the tip of the whiceberg.
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that happened, everybody knew like, oh, they're filming. but, yeah, everything has been great. i'm working on my live podcast which is this thursday in bethesda. it's going to be live. all of the cast wilbe there. it's going to be a fun night. 7:30. my husband is my cohost look with allie jacobs and my cousin, hank, who has been on the show, as well. it's going to be a really fun time. >> it seems like you're having a fun time doing everything you're doing. >> i really enjoy it. everything i do, i'm putting my passn into it, and if you're not passionate about it, it's like, what's the point? i enjoy it. >> con dwragrats to you. we can't wait to hear allyo abo new baby. >> thanks for having me. >> thank you so much. coming up, skins players trying to stayositive after yesterday's embarrassing loss and the motivation they plan to take into next week. announcer: the following will surprise you about barbara comstock: barbara comstock: "i think roe vs wade should be overturned and the state should decide it." announcer: that's right. comstock supports taking away a a s right to choose. she voted to defund planned parenthood
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6 times, limiting women's access to contraception. and comstock votes with trump ninety eight percent of the time. jennifer wexton: endorsed by the washington post. she'll protect a woman's right to choose. jennifer wexton for congress. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. saying barbara comstock'sorses 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
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and make it work for us again. 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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>> the skins are riding high after winning theth last e games in a row, but that streak came to an ugly end against the atlanta falcons. >> ugl is a good word. news 4's hsherrihesherrie burru down the loss. >> reporter: a mix between self-inflicted wounds andhe falcons' inhigh-fg offense leading to a 38-14 loss. first time atlanta has the ball, kevin coleman scampering t 39 yards inhe end zone.
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this a bad omen for the burguy and goal. julio jones seals the deal w this touchdown grab in the fourth the redsk beat themselves in some ways, as well, racking up 147 penalty yards, their worst total in 47 years. >> it's tough enough when you're playing well to the sixth seed, but when you're not playing well and you're shooting yourself in the foot, it's not going to happen. >> caught us with our pants down and hit us in the mouth.t and we didn' expect it. and how do you respond to that, it's really going to separate the guys and show their true character. reporter: it was a rough day for the redskins at the office, but they're remaining positive. they are still 5-3, atop the nfc east and up next, a 3-5 tampa team next sunday. from fedex field, sherree burruss, news 4 sports. >> turn things around. >> i already heard dallas bout -- fans talking everybody's now calming down for
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the redskins. i'm like, you know, with everybody calm down. we'll be all right. >> we're still going to win the wper bowl. ll play it for that. we've also got plans for extra time out there today. it's so -- >> you were caught in that. >> it literally felt like a monsoon. i could barely see the road in front of me. >>hat time didou come in here? about an hour ago? and a ook about an hour half to get here. >> did it really, pat? yeah, so leae yourself s extra time. so we had the rain that moved how fa here, but now we have the flooding concerns. a lot of roads are shut down because of thelow-lying areas and because of the poor drainage areas. ft's bad out there, even if the rain has moved outhere. you can see lots of cloud cover out there right now and lots of fog, jus not the prettiest of mondays. unfortunately, this had to happen on a monday. but the steady rai p ishing out right now. drizzle and cloud cover will continue so we're not getting rid of the cloud cover. it's not going to be sunny all the sudden. so cloudy conditions stick around. it storms and we'reg becom
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little breezy as we get into your election day, tomorrow. yes, we have storms in the middle part of the day. first, i want to talk about today, because during the midday, right now, we've flood warnings until 3:00 p.m. this depose for portions of montgomery county, prince george's county, d.c., of course, alexandria, arlington, fallschurch withi, city of fair and fairfax county. a lot of roads are shut down in this area. so please abide by all signs. you can see, the rain is lifting to the north and east. heavy in spot but an area of low pressure traveling along the coast is taking this rain with it. now, i'll widen this out a little bit more i th what's on our doorstep for tomorrow. now, we're going to get some showers and thunderstorms coming through. so we do have scattered showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. we're dry wednesday and thursday. and then we go back to widespread rain chances b friday. current temperatures out there right now, it's not onl outside and rainy, but we've had a chilly rain. those temperatures in the 40s and 50s right now.
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that's it.dy we alropped out in the upper 50s today. pretty much, we're staying where n, are right now. but ag that steady rain pushing out, we'll continue with cloud cover and we'll continue withhedrizzle. so goes the rain. we could still have a few showers here and there, as wein co through the day. but otherwise, we'll dry out ovknight. but lt this, tomorrow morning, not quite a steady rain. pockets of rain tomorrow morning for the comme. but see this dark line right here, that's the front. and that's where we could have some thunderstorms. this is 110 and it continues to sweep through here. but we could have some pretty strong thunderstorms. i'll sw you hour by hour, that's coming up, just in about 15 minutes from now, for torrow, in case you're getting to get out there and shoevote, h you should! right now security is extremely tight as the trial for accused gets underway.chapo a look at some of the precautions being taken. and new information about youtube videos posted by a man accuwod of killing people at a yoga studiin florida. a yoga studiin florida. o
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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. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. i'm jennifer wexton, and i approve this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? jennifer wexton backed a deal leading to massive tolls on 6 nonsense. jennifer wexton fought the tolls on 66. and let's call this plan what it is, the way that it's been rolled out. it's highway robbery. there's also healthcare robbery.
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barbara comstock voted to sabotage the healthcare mart, hiki. barbara trumpstock -- everything that's wrong in washington. in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. with so much at stake,al ben s is the bold leader maryland needs. his plans will get our schools back pr to number one and ect our healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agree. ben jealous has the "courage to move families forward." let us stand up for our kids let us stand upor families let us stand up for our state ben jealous, democrat for governor 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.
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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. we are staying on top of this developing story this hour. prince william county police are investigating an offir-involved shooting. this is video from the scene, taken last nit in the 1100 block of laurel street in wood bridgeic police say os were shot at by a suspect who was armed with a rifle. we're told two officers returned fire, injuring the suspect. at this point, it's not clear
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how many shots were fired, and there's no word yet on a motive. beoo sure tofor updates in the nbc washington app. right now jury selection is underway for the trial of the notorious drug kingpin el chapo. joaquiuzman is accused of runninged trun running the world's largest drug trafficking cartel. it's estimated his cartel sm smuggled more than 2,000 tons of cocaine intd the unistates. guzman escaped from jail twice. i was brought to the united states 2017 under extremely tight security. today at the courthouse in new york, heavily armed federal officers and bomb-sniffi dogs are patrolling outside and anyone trying to attend the hearings was put through airport-style metal detectors at the courthouse entrance and d again atr of the courtroom itself. the remains of a utah town mayor killed while serving in the national guard in afghanistan will arrive at dover
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air force base tonight. officials say north ogden mayor brent taylor was killed satury by one of his afghan trainees. taylor was expected to return to his mayoral jobn january after taking a year off for 39-year-old leaves behind a wife and seven children. new information about that yoga le shooting at a studio in florida. the shooter had ties to our area. >> gunman scott beierle taught for two years at mead high school in anne arundel county before moving ta. flor and we're learning this as the florida state university community remembers the two women he killed student and a professor. nbc's kerry sanders repor:s. >> reporte this morning, troubling new details aregi em about the man responsible for the deadly yoga ng at a tallahassee studio. police identifying the gunman as 43-year-old scott paul beierle. peoplesay he killed two
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and shot four others before taking his own life. it appears beierled pos dozens of misogynistic and racist videos on youtube. he had a history of harassing women in florida. sunday night, tears and prayers ng tocommunity gathe remember the victims, 61-year-old fsu faculty member dr. nancy van bessum and 21-year-old fsu student, maura maura's fa jeff binkley, attended the vigil with maura's mother. it's a inexplicable, it's incomprehensible. >> with this horrible experience -- >> yes? >> -- you want to say -- >> i want to say, enough is enough. >> do you want to know why? >> i think at some point, the why is noterribly relevant to me, except in the context of this, that there were certain behaviorsret twe exhibited over time p whple exhibit those, we had to come up with a better way
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to address ctthem, to prohe innocent people in our society. >> reporter: the five victims who were wounded in the shooting here at this yoga studio have now all been released from th hospital. kerry sanders, nbc news, tallahassee, florida. a bomb threat did not stop services at alexandria's alfred street baptist church over the weekend. during services yesterday, thes announced that someone had called police saying there were bombs inside the church. poce quickly arrived and swept the building. fortunately, they found nothing. church leaders say they're goi to stand strong. >> we won be afraid and we won't be frightened off here. people around the world have to t.dstgain a >> no word on who called in that virginia's governor, lieutenant governor t,o lend a their support to the church. here is a news 4 i-team investigation every parent will
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want to watch. some kids are using uber to sneak out after their parents fall asleep. asews 4 scott mcfarland reports and the i-teams, report even middle schoolers are doing it, sometes with noay to track them. >> late night near the bars and restaurants, it's not uncommon p see a line of uber cars ready to pickple up and bring them home. but far from the city, odathe streets, in the subdivisions and the suburbs, the news 4 i-team discovere some drivers were also picking up middle school kids. >> how many of you have taken an uber late at night? all of you? >>ye ah. >> uber policy requiresrs passene at least 18 years old and the company says it will investigate any complaints about drivers doing so. but these middle schoolers told the i-team their fsnends often k out of the house after midnight and use the roesharing appeet up with friends. >> i would say, most teenagers use i o to sneak and go other places and places they're not supposed to be. >> reporter: parents alerted the
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i-team about how it's >>happeni. mean,er what is an ry driver thinking as he pulls up into the driveway of a dark home at 2:00 in the morning and a omes out?rl >> reporter: and we saw for ourselves, going undercover with this mom and her 13-year-old daughter. >> what kind of a car is he driving? >> reporter: using a tracking device and following along behind as she calls for uber after uber. re i didn't think my chi would be able to do that, because they don't have credit cards. >> reporter: but the teens tell us there is a way to use the app without using a credit card. and tonight as part of our full investigation on news 4 11:00, the one place a driver took girls we never expected. for now, scott mcfarlane, news 4 i-team. well, today marks the start of the first for the district, black restaurant week. it's part of a national movement to celebrate black-owned restaurants, as well as black culinary and bar talent. more than in our area are taking part. they will be offering discounted meals, drinks, or other specials. black restaurant week runs through sunday and you can read more about it and find a link to
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to see the participating restaurants in the nbc washington app. >> great excuse to eat out! make a reservation, right? >> any excuse will do. >> there you go. after an ugly monday, lauren has maybe some good news about the weather for the rest of the week. and prank gone wrong. army officials areng apologi for injuries to an air force falcon. how the 22-year-old bird is now doing. 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
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the air force academy's longtime mascote is on th road to recovery after being injured during a prank. this is past footage of the falcon aurora. school officials p say westnt cadets took the bird from an army colonel's home ahead ofsa rday's annual rivalry game between army and navy. officials say both of the falcon's wings were injured. army officials issued an apology and they're investigating the incident. you're looking at the damage left behind by a deadly ef-1 tornado at an amazon
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distribution center in baltimore. two people were killed, one person was injured. the tornado slammedinhe bui late friday night. employees say it sounded like bombs going off, as the wall collapsed. according to our newspartner, wtop, this was the first deadly tornado that occurred in thell and winter months in maryland on record. and in mt. airy, maryland also saw som severe weather. eaef-1 tornado also slammed into that some of the worst storm damage was at the twin arch shopping center. there's a t.j. maxx and a home anods store there and you see some of the damage left behind. crews will be busy this monda ntinuing to make those repairs. and they're probably trying to sift through all of tt rubble, too. >> and november, too, we're getting t'rnadoes. >> t very odd, right? rsde rmnds>> ioun ourn y area? >> you're right, pat. we have a chance of severe weather tomorrow afternoon. and it's not goingho to be
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regular summertime like, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 in the afternoon. we're talking about the middle of the part day. an a temperatures tomorro actually going to be in the low 70s. so it's a really interesting forecast, because we have a warm front that's going to be lifting through the area. that's going to allow us to wm on up, but also bring us that chance of some showers and thunderstorms. now, we have the showers out there today. happy to say that they are lifting northeast of the region. i know our folks in mlyland are st getting some rain, but again, this is lifting out of here. temperures staying put. i mean, we're going to stay in the 50s throughout the day. don't expect a beautiful day to come throughout the beafternoon. use we're going to keep the cloud cover and keep some drizzle. but the good news is, the steady rain is gone. we have some flood warngs, and u can see the flood warnings right around the district. just the immediate metro area, right outside the beltway, pr s prince geor's county, going up into montgomery county, including d.c., arlington, and fairfax. a lot of road closures in this area. please, please, please abide all police direction and any road closure signs. do not d across any flooded
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roadways. i've seen too many videos recently where people were oeying to drive across flooded roadways and it d't end good. the rain is lifting out of here, still heavy in spots, but an area ofesow pressure conti to lift off the coast. this is what's on our doorstep for tomorrow. temperatures right now in the 40s and 50s, assa i . and again, we'll pretty much stay there. 57, we already topped out at, but that steady rain is pushing out of here. as far as your votin outlook is concerned, 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., a few out there.howers during the middle part of the day, that's when we couldhe see y storms and rain. let me time it out for you. there goes the rain for today. a few showers, maybe a little bit of drizzle, but nothing lik we saw earlier. we're drying out tonight. a few scattered showers e ly tomorrrning. look at this line. the darker color right there, that's the front. this is :30. this is where i think we could have some storms. and it continues to roll through here. gone by 3:00. it's going to be breezy tomorrow, again, temperatures in the 70s. if you want to vote tomorrow evening and you're standing ino lineide, it's going to be better tomorrow evening than
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tomorrow morning. but we'll talk about the next couple of days coming up, but he doe some sunshine coming, so we'll talk about that in that ten-day forecast in a little bit. >> c't wait for that. thanks, lauren. we have money-saving news from amazon. >> and we'll telou about a unique food festival returning to d.c. and get a taste of theha ice cream t will be featured the. it's goierng 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.
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and make it work for us again. amazon is following target's lead, temporarily dropping the minimum order needed to q flify
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foe shipping, just ahead of the holidays. typically, amazon customers havo spend $25 to get free shipping, or they can pay $119 a yeor a prime membership. amazon's offer starts tliay and it a to millions of items on order to arrive just in time for christmas. minimum order it requirement last week. prices at the pump are falling. industry data shows a gallon of regular dropped cents to $2.85 a gallon. analysts point to the decline in crude oil price s as the main reason as the global markets have been bracing for new u.s. sancons on iranian oil imports which went into eect today. th your cnbc morning business report, i'm frank collins. it's now 11:4 the unique food festival is returning this weekend at union market in northeast. kboi a fun emporium offers a fun way to eat and shop. some amazing businesses bas right here in d.c. one of the vendors is ice cream
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jubilee, which has duolocatitwos in d.c. it's sold at stores and restaurants across the dm ining us is victoria lie, the owner of ice cream jubileeew an t hudson with emporium. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having us. >> thank you. >> victoria, we know you're very popular here, you have all kinds of awards from ice cream jubilee. why did you want to be a part of emporium this year? >> one part of the d.c. community of food vendors is that we're all friends. and to bri everyone together where you can taste coffees and liquors and chocolates and pies with our ice cream, it's the best kind of party to be at. >> anawesome! stewart, how do you select the vendors? what are you looking for when u're putting emporium together? >> it's a lot of hard work, a lot of taste testing -- >> for you. >> yeah, that's right. we do it together, myife and i, and it's a lot of fun. so we lookhe all across united states, so we have focus coming in from california, coming in from the carolinas, as well as michigan, vermont, new york, new jersey. >> wow.
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>> and ohio. >> so we do a little bit ofnd travele do a lot of our due diligence. >> i gotcha. okay. so what are we making? what are you going to have for the emporium this >> so one of the fun things i always get asked -- >> please. i'll hold it for you. >> thank you. is how do we make these incredible, i call them impossible conesin on agram. so we're going to have people to be able to make these massive cones here and, of course, enjoy nd share with all of their friends. >> okay. >> i'm going to put a cookie on top. we have apple butter oatmeal cookie, passion fruit guava sorbet, and macha green tea. >> i love macha anything. and this is how you present it? >> absolutely. apple butter oatmeal cookie is one of our favorites and i brought you a sample of pistachio cannoka noecannoli. we introduced it a few days ago and it is flying off theel
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s. >> oh, my goodness, that is delicious. what do you think is attracting people to this downtown fun area northeast and to get aeople exciteut different kinds of foods from vendors. so some of this stuff is pretty notsarily something you might try at home, right? >> absolutely. so we say you opened up witht inpart. but the emporium is there to meet, eat, and shop. so people like victoria, people like victoria are the real stars. you're bringing by folks who are doing the most interesting things in od, deserts, drinks. they get to eat, the participants get to eat all of thoses,reat offeri and then they get to buy gifts, food, and otherw fe the holidays season. and so it's being able to meet people, like victoria, who are doing fascinating things within their work that's the real driver for the emporium. >> besides this, what is this again? >> the impossible cone. >> you made it poswible. what els you have at the emporium? >> we'll have boozy cocktail floats. imagine your favorite rose with passion fruit guava sorbet.
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>> sounds perfect. >> and another called the long island iced tea. that is really good. >> try them potato, walk around, try the other vendors. it's going to be a really fun weekend. >> now, you were -- the reason why you're a self-described ice creampeneur, you were a lawyer and you gave up your career to passion.ur why is it so special? >> there's so many different ways. one we really lov our creative flavors. we use inspirations from coke i'll thats and international desserts and we mix it all with our local cream from south mountain creamery, just 55 miles away. you can taste thes, freshn you can taste the difference, and you can taste that we make it all with >>love. o really quick, tickets available for this weekend, stewart, is that right? >>ke t available, tonight through the 11th at om emporium vip saturday is sold out, sunday's about to sold out, so time to get those ticks. >> allright, cheers! thanks so much. this ice cream is delicious,
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pat. >> what a delicious idea! >> right? so cute. coming up, we'llyo introduc u to a member of the capital go-goes playing minor league basketball isn't sdplaglamous, basketball isn't sdplaglamous, orth meet aime hoeber. self proclaimed mother of the chemical weapon corp where she referredo 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 board member to defraud shareholders. agd is now pursuing trumpsda of defunding planned parenthood ve and denying medical ge to people with pre existing conditions. the more you know aimee hoeber, the less you want to. da i'd trone, i approve this message.
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saying barbara comstock'sorses je"promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexton is the "cl "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.
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the washington wizards get another win under tir belt. the team is now 2-7 after beating the knicks last night, 108-95.
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rdzards center dwight howa made his second appearance on the court, but it was john walt who sle the show. he scored a hteam-hig 26 points last night. the wizardsake on the dallas mavericks tonight and hope to continue that streak. >> yes, edin >> well, what's old is new again for one of the stars on the old capital city go-go basketball team. it couldn't ring truer, as sherree burss reports, it's coming fuls circle. >> hayed across four continents, but d.c. has always been s home to devetney and now his world tour has led him back home. >> that was actually my bedroom window. at the top of this hill is like alabama avenue. that's the same avenue where the arena is. >> that arena is where you can see tital city go-go play in their inaugural city. the go-go, a "g" league team, where players have a shot at getting called up to the a. so devon's new home is smack in
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the middle of his old one. >> it' so funny, i talked to mr. hill just now and at 6:00 a.m. in the morning, i used to give him fits and he's just happou that,now, it all paid off. mom's radius was that stop sign and that stop sign, that was it. >> funnyor a guy whose playing career has spanned thousands of mile across 12 countries. >> to be honest with you, if i didn't pla basketball, if i didn't have some of these people on this street really looking for -- after my best intrests, i donow where i would be in life. >> d.c. is changing -- it's changing for the better. .> it it is. >> when you come back and you say, hey, hey, what's going on? >> appreciate that, man. >> reporter: from d.c. to latvia to china and beyond. when theyhance to pla in his hometown came up, devon couldn't pass up. >> i don't think people kno how
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big just capitol city go-go means topeople, really hard-working people. so when you ask me what it meant hefor me to be , that's what it meant. >> sherree burruss, news 4 sports. >> wt astory! capitol city go-go lost their inaugural to the season on saturday night, falling to the greensboro swoar 107-105 in overme, but aig crowd showed up at the entertainment sports arena in congress heights to see that all ri one last check of the forecast with storm team 4 meteorologist lauryn ricketts. when is this rain going to be over, lauryn? >> i know,un i know, e. well, it's starting to end right w, but still we're going to have clouds and some drizzle throughout the day. the steady rain is lifting to the northnd east, b another round of rain coming tomorrow. when you wake up tomorrow morning, eecially if you're going voting, a few scattered showers out there tomorrow mornin but from about 10:00 to 3:00, we're going to have some storms, heavy rain, gusty winds possibly some severe weather for tomorrow, midday.
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and tomorrow evening, that rain en, wi the winds start to calm a little bit. think about tomorrow, we're going to be in the low 70s. then we're dry wednesday and thursday, next chance of some steady rain will be on friday, these temperatures in the weekend. we cool down quite a bit saturday and sunday. we'l have plenty of sunshine on your saturday and sunday and we have another chance of rain as we get into next tuesda but again, tomorrow, especially midday, plan according for that, because i know everybody is going to be out there for voting on election day. looks like later in the day might be better. guys? >> all right. thanks, lauren. thank you, that's news 4 midday. we're back on the air this afternoon, first at 4:00. >> and you can get the news and weat updates anytime with the nbc washington app. hope off great day and we'll see you in the morning. kaine: weliberty and justiceto a flag not for some, but for all. i want a virginia that works for all, with economic opportunity and a chance for a good life. i'll work with anyone to build that virginia.
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