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♪ ♪ now on "news4 today," shot dead on the beltway. a home break-in and shots fired. a dangerous encounter with intruders and how one was stopped from getting away. how you can plan ahead for barbecue's, parades and fireworks. a lot to bring to you this morning. i am david culver. >> you can't
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but a beautiful sunrise already coming up. we check in with our team 4 meteorologist, somara. for now, gorgeous out there. i got a good view of this. take a look at this. you can see the sunrise. the sun officially came up, 5:47. we are headed to highs in the low 90s so it's going to be hot out there. and we will start so see an improvement in the humidity. what police was thought a disabled car on the beltway turned into a homicide
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inside a parked car. somebody had shot the man which caused them to shut down the road to investigate. the area since re-opened. police are still trying to figure out how it happened and they are asking anybody who may have seen something to call police. and then out of the al alexandria county, a man was killed after being hit from crossing the highway. about a minute and a half ago they tweeted they re-opened the section of richmond highway, and as we get details we will put them out through the nbc washington app. and then county police are investigating a gun battle that broke out in brandy wine. two suspects broke in around 12:30
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at the people inside and they fired back. one of the intruders was killed and the other got away. a person inside the home was hurt and taken to the hospital. that person is expected to be okay. police do not think it was a random incident. want to bring you up to speed on the developing story out of little rock, arkansas. that community spending the night gathering for a prayer vigil. two people are in critical condition after a mass shooting at the power ultra lounge. it's shutting the club's doors for good. >> one moment people were having a good time listening to music, the next, gunshots, screams and panic. people tried to escape any way they could. in all police say 25 people w
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were injured trying to get out. police say there were several shooters in the gun battle. >> an exchange of gunfire took place. >> it happened as a rapper was onstage, and -- >> we have got to use a big hammer on the people that would do violence with guns and hurt people. >> authorities believe all victims will survive including justin pearson's friend. >> shots got fired and everybody took off running and he got shot in the back running. >> the youngest victim was 16-year-old. this was the 137 mass shooting this year. chris pallone, nbc news. and trying to solve a homicide we brought you as
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we now know the victim was 23-year-old clipper of king george county. he was shot in the parking lot. clipper died in the hospital after somebody brought him to the er suzanne hodgkinson, her husband was not last weekend. suzanne tells us something flipped when donald trump was elect elected. i want to read the quote. i wake up with sweats, hot sweats, thinking you shoe have known, you should haveon
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she wants it allespecially for daughters. a conspiracy theory getting attention across a local neighborhood. people who live in one area saying somebody saying the slips of paper threaten the neighborhood safety. >> with the pizza parlor a few blocks away, we had somebody that self investigated with an adult rifle. >> police arrested the man responsible for the attack in december, and less than two weeks ago he was sentenced to four years in prison for firing in the restaurant. beautiful shot as we look live outside. quickly
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be long before it goes from warm to hot, talking about in the 90s. tomorrow, tracking rain. and then how several young people are making it a mission to help hers.ot
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an all-time legend and an upset. >> pacquiao is defeated in the land down under. he lost his walter weight title to horn. a crowd of more than 50,000 people packed into the stadium to watch the
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be crowned as the world champion boxer. take a look at what these young men are doing, they brave the heat. you will see the video coming up here. they braved the heat with lawn mowers to mow the lawn of the elderly. >> it made me feel good, giving me a second chance so that i can do other positive things instead of always doing negative. >> it helped me out, too, tremendously because i'm the one that cuts the grass. >> and the d.c. mayor was also out there taking a turn mowing the lawn. the program happens every saturday. >> you know, it's a hot day to do that, too. steamy out there. >> and storms came down yesterday as well. a lot of folks having a long
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to the fourth of july in particular, and the one tracking weather is somara theodore, and joining us this sunday morning. what are we thinking as we look ahead. >> we have rain chances nestled in there, but overall not as bad as what we saw yesterday. today we are starting off gorgeous. a beautiful sunrise as you saw earlier. let's see what it feels like outside. i will admit, thought it would feel less humid by this hour. temperatures right now, 76 degrees, as we head throughout the remainder of the afternoon as the points do separate from the temperature, i think we will start to see that decrease in humidity. right now we are looking dry on the radar. nothing to worry about as we are headed out the door, getting ready for the festivities today. morning run, a little bit more humid as we head through the afternoon, that grilling out is going to be perfect. we are going to be seeing hot
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grilling out. stay hydrated. it's going to be a great pool day because of that, temperatures climbing in the low 90s. if you are driving to the beach, it's smooth sailing as far as weather goes. i won't be able to say the same if we are talking about traffic. and then pushing towards the afternoon, notice how dry and also the lack of cloud cover. going to be a beautiful day around lunchtime with the sunshine moving in. and then spotty clouds making their way in to a couple neighborhoods. we are heading into monday and staying dry. i think the worst part of the holiday forecast is saturday. as we head into monday afternoon, we will see clouds billowing in. there's a slight chance for an afterno afternoon thundershower. here's a look at the july fourth forecast. waking up on
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humidity begins to rise. isolated storm chances. not everybody seeing that chance, and i think everybody will remain dry and we could see a few spotty showers and thunderstorms. your storm team 4 forecast, in the 90s for the next couple of days. in the middle and the end of the week, we have the storm chances make a strong comeback and head to the kweu80s. >> thank you. reporters notebook is up next. we will be back in 15 minutes with more of the day's top stories. good morning, i am lpat lawson muse. recent europe attacks are on the minds of many, and you can already see some of the security measures part of the plan on the national mall to keep you and your family safe durth
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fourth festivities. tom, let's start with you. what should folks who are planning to go to the mall expect to see this year, anything different? >> first of all, happy fourth of july week. it's the birthday of the nation, and the land of the free and the home of the brave but every since 9/11, we have more security around the national mall, and you can't take alcohol, and people used to take refrigerators but now because of the incidents around the country, and even in alexandria, it used to be snow fences that would push over, and now it's chain-link fences, and i can see the fireworks from the top of my apartment building, and big crowds come and the city does traffic control. >> while authorities are preparing, because they are very aware of the risks and people e
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is to have people go about their daily lives. >> you know, i think it's going to be interested to see whether going about their daily lives means going to some of the smaller community gatherings. in northern virginia, there are a lot of festivities in some of the small communities, and so people can look at the fireworks there rather than down where the security is ramped up. >> and people think once i am in here i'm safe, and that's fine, and you have to put up with transportation. the district of columbia, they have had record tourism in the last few years. >> i was just going to ask you about that. >> every time i interviewed tourists, they were saying this is part of our live now that we expect these lone persons or groups to do something, but we
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hover in fear, we have to live our lives. that's a great expression of american character. >> what we are more worried about is the weather. is it going to be cloudy again and drown out the fireworks like last year? >> yeah. it was terrible. >> it's supposed to be better. dozens of riders on the atvs and terrorizing people from washington, d.c. to maryland. there were similar scenes in arlington and alexandria. police were called but could not catch them. julie, these incidents are certainly extremely dangerous and disruptive. frustrating to police because they can't catch them. >> very frustrating, because their policy is a no-chase policy because of the danger that would occur in that case not only to the riders themselves but to the
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that they might mow down in their path. this weekend's incident where they came in to arlington and alexandria, that was not the first time, and there was a few months ago where they went into arlington, and again, they did not chase or make arrests. and they did not chase, and police were not able to apprehend anybody. >> d.c. made them illegal. is that the solution? >> all terrain vehicles are not legal. the police in the district have posted pictures of these various machines to try and get the public to report them and say where they are, because they also don't chase. chasing an atv that is acting crazy and then cause some kind of death or other kind of destruction with the police
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this takes a regional approach. whether it's in maryland, virginia or d.c., these vehicles scare the hell out of people, if i can say it as clearly as that, and they have to get them and corral them and keep them off the street. d.c. becomes the first in the nation to offer a gender-neutral driver's license. if you don't identify with a gender, you covered this. >> it's called nonbinary, and they don't consider themselves male or female. this aspect of human life dates back thousands of years, and in
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says the head of the dmv was telling me this week that we need to respect people no matter who they are, and you don't have to have this specific gender, and x covers a whole range of people that don't identify with male or female. in the past the city had daone this, but you had to have a doctor's execute, and they are wiping it out and saying we want to respect all human beings. >> how significant is it that d.c. is the first? >> it's the first jurisdiction in the nation to do this, although oregon will do it later this week, and california is looking at it. states are moving along to recognize there's a whole wide range of human beings on the planet and we are trying to include everybody in a nondiscriminatory way. >> these licenses will be recognized in other ways? >> you can go to california or some other place or a football
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it and say district of columbia? where is that? that's not a state. people had problems overseas and here, and now it may be a problem with an x where it says gender, and i was talking to transgender people this week about it and they said we put up with abuse and murder and discrimination, and we think we can fight the battle over what our license says. >> we can take a break. when we come back, julie, you have the latest on the virginia bassett is unique in regards to that customability. you've got a thousand different fabrics to pick from. very customizable. you can choose the back, you can choose the arm, you can choose the leg. we couldn't be any happier.
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turning now to the virginia governor's race, debates. democrats criticize republican ed gillespie saying he won't take a stand on the health care reform bill and the gop is
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criticizing northrom. >> both of the candidates are staking out ground on some things that won't be big issues, at least in terms of the debate that they are having right now. the gillespie campaign is trying to make noise about not accepting debates for nor thrupl. the campaign has said it accepted three debates, and they are up to ten and they continue to hash those things out. ed gillespie at every turn is being confronted with what he thinks about the health
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reform plan -- >> and president trump in general. >> yeah, and in the appearance in alexandria, it was supposed to be a low profile meet and greet at a barbecue restaurant, and some of the people were protesting outside and they came inside and tried to get a position on the bill working through the senate, and he's trying to stay as far as way as he can, and he does say that he thinks pre-existing conditions need to be covered and he will talk about a few other specifics. that's difficult ground for him. >> national republicans and democrats are making this a national race and a reflection on the democrats and republicans, and everybody thought ralph
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easily. barely, the very conservative -- i was trump before trump candidate, and the whole campaign is going to be a virginia race and not a national race. at least in my view. >> and gillespie has called for party unity, and what is it going to take for cory stewart and the trump supporters -- >> well, they are making noises about continuing his political career, and yet over the weekend, last weekend we saw him at a pro trump rally alongside the face of the alt right richard spencer, and that's not a picture gillespie wants to project in virginia. >> and we're going to see obama on the stump for
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>> president trump very unpopular in virginia, and obama a far more popular figure and they will call on him in the fall. >> the campaign said he agreed to do something, and i think you will see that later in the campaign and not in this quiet period in the summer. >> c ofpomstock's race. >> that's a hotly contested democratic race next year. her campaign tecontinues to say they feel she's in good shape, and she out performed donald trump by 16 points when she was re-elected, and she continues to keep her distanc
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winchester. she has done a balancing act of trying to be the congress person of this area, and she's starting to follow in that footsteps. >> it's a changing district and that's a problem for her. >> there are several new laws in maryland and virginia. tom, did the maryland general assembly do an end run around republicans there? >> several states and including the district said if the republican-controlled house and senate and the predicate back on planned parent hood funding, and maryland voting to put $2.7 million that would go to planned parent hood, to carry on all of the work it does, not just
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of health care. if the feds cut back on the money. they have not done it yet. >> no bill yet. in virginia, if you have overdo court fees do you loose your license? >> there's a couple significant changes and it boils down to you can't be a productive law-abi law-abiding citizen if you don't have a job. if your court fees are overdo then they pull your license, and the fees wrack up, and pay some people have ten-figure fees, and they wanted to get rid of that and that has finally happened. you know, the people will be allowed to keep their driver's license and the court will help work out a payment plan so people won't get into circumstances, and similar thing with driver's license. they were being yanked in that case, too, and
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have more latitude with community service except when the marijuana position comes and somebody is behind the wheel. >> and in maryland now it's the law that schools teach students about addiction. >> yeah, and it's a long-term way of looking at epidemics taking over the country. students will need to know more about drug addiction. we don't need an opioid crisis to have our schools be much more progressive and informative about a great number of issues about drug abuse. this is a good step and i wish we would have had it in the 80s and 90s when we had crack cocaine epidemics when people were being locked up rather than help. that's it for this morning. i am lpat lawson muse.
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your time is 6:30 on this sunday. we are going to start you off in prince georges county where police are trying to track down witnesses who may know anything about a homicide on the outer loop of the beltway. this was a bizarre situation. an officer found a man's body inside a stopped car just before midnight on pennsylvania avenue. he had been shot. police are asking for anybody with information to give them a call. a shooting suspect on the loose after a home invasion in brandy wine. two instraouders bursts into a home and started shooting. somebody inside the home fired back. one intruder died and the other fled and a person inside the home was injured. breaking within the last few minutes, the u.s. marshal service confirming the arrest of at least one suspect in the little rock mass shooting. this is ricky hampton. 28 people got hurt in the shooting. the city is forcing that club to
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we welcome you in on the se2nd of july. >> what will the fourth of july look like? it's crazy it's the 2nd already. >> yeah, yesterday you felt the heat and the humidity and the storms moving through, and this is the summer in d.c. and somara theodore joining us in the team 4 storm weather center. >> we are in for a good couple of days. there are rain chances as we head through the top of the week but overall we are looking good for a holiday weekend. the first thing i want to break down for you is the headlines, things you need to know. not as humid walking out your door, and it will still be hot. temperatures climb
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90s. isolated storm chances do follow us as we head into your july fourth. back to you. a candlelight vigil is planned tonight to honor the life of a father of four that was killed in a motorcycle crash. he lost control of his motorcycle in brandy wine. it happened on thursday on ranch avenue and moore road. tonight's vigil is set for 7:00 at the crash site. a boy hit while riding his bike. the driver allegedly taking off. if true, here's what is most disturbing. there are claims the car that hit him was a police cruiser. d.c. police are investigating the claims. police say the boy ran off the road and struck a wall in an alley,
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reports. >> they are saying the driver, the officer, drove away. >> was he chasing you? >> yes. >> why was he chasing you? >> because he thought i had a weapon. >> did you have a weapon? >> no. >> but you had fireworks, firecrackers are something? >> yes. >> and the incident happened in this alley between otis place and newton street in northwest d.c. police said in a state the boy ran off the roadway and struck the wall in an alley, but he and his mom said it did not happen that way. >> i almost hit the wall but i stopped but the officer hit me on the back of the wheel. >> they are concerned officers drove off without helping the boy who has a cut on his leg and it's still sore. he said the officer wanted to know what
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showed him and it was fireworks and the officer returned them and drove away. >> you clearly believe police hit your son on his bike? >> yes. i do. >> do you feel that it was an accident or what do you think happened? >> i don't think it was an accident. >> a police statement says while we are glad the juvenile was not seriously injured in the incident we are take the allegations involving one of our officers extremely seriously. they are conducting a full investigation to determine what happened and whether proper procedures were followed. she said it made her son fear the police. a dozen people were hurt after an uber driver passed out behind the wheel and slammed into pedestrians in harlem. you can see the black suv there mangled on the sidewalk outside a wendy's with some of the injured people getting
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medical condition behind the wheel that caused him to slam into a city bus and lose control. this was around noon on wednesday. people on the sidewalk tried to get out of the way. >> you grab him to go this way, and he says, you know, like, everybody just kind of -- i know i went against the wall, and it seems very cold. >> the driver, a passenger and the uber -- a passenger in the uber and the police officer were among those taken to the hospital. two people in critical but stable condition. just before 1:00 this morning, donald trump sent out his latest tweet in it. he honored the military veterans. he delivered the speech last night during the first freedom rally.
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would defend religious liberties and he spoke to the event's theme of religious rights. >> also reflect on everything we cherish as americans. we love our country and we love our families and we love our freedom and we love our god. >> president trump got travel ahead. he will be headed to germany next week for the g-20 summit. >> but before then, he's not wasting anytime shooting off fireworks on twitter. they are hitting on everything from the investigation of voter fraud to the host of msnbs's morning joe. kelly o'donnell looks at the explosive tweets. >> the president taking no holiday from twitter. first, a friendly shotout, happy canada day. then president trump set off more f
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media feud, saying the host of "morning joe" is crazy and dumb. and then firing a rocket, what are they trying to hide. more than half of state election officials are refusing to submit voter registration commission to a voter fraud panel. >> i would be very hesitant to send out voter data that is available here in arkansas into a national database. >> among the reasons, privacy concerns, state authorities over elections and fears the data could be used to disqualify some voters. but the other pyrotechnic this weekend are going off over health care. >> stands up for the people here and saying we need our health care. >> and the republican senator -- >> i am doing my best to make sure that we
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care for those with pre-existing conditions. >> facing heat from constituents, republican lawmakers find themselves back home with no plan yet and no answers on how to replace obamacare. >> kicking them off their health care, that -- >> that was nbc's kelly o'donnell reporting. health care will be at the forefront on "meet the press" this morning, and chuck todd will have an interview with tom carper and louisiana republican senator, bill cassidy. we will speak with chuck here on set in about six minutes. "meet the press" airs at 10:30 here on nbc 4. we will stick with politics now but headed into the commonwealth where we return virginias next governor. republican nominee, ed gillespie spent pt
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office in springfield yesterday. he will take on the lieutenant governor, ralph authorize thrupl. the battle for control of iraq's second largest city has been going on for eight months now. iraqi troops are fighting on the ground and americans are providing intelligence to those troops. that intelligence includes tactical advice and calling in air strikes. the sun is out and you can see the sun rising there over the national harbor. over the next few days it will be warm, and we're updating the forecast for cookouts and fireworks. keeping you safe on metro, we will show you how first responders are preparing for the worst, before trains
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want you to forget the sun screen out there. you should make it a pool day. we will see relief from the humidity and we have to talk about the isolated storm chances for your july fourth holiday. i want to get into the details a little later. for now, back to you. >> thank you. health care reform shaping up to be a major battle on capitol hill. one of the biggest problems for republicans is finding common ground. >> let's bring in moderator, chuck todd, and we know president trump is calling for the repealing of obamacare, and i know you have health and human services secretary, tom price, on the show today. can they come together. >> it's looking precarious at this point in the senate. mi
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together something that will bring the conservatives onboard and he could get moderates more funding for the opioid crisis but i don't know how they put it together at this point. ted cruz is trying to put something together, you can sell without the essential benefits, and you can sell a cheaper policy for younger people as well as you also sell a policy that does do pre-existing conditions and experts say all that will do is creating a bigger gulf and you will have higher premiums and won't get the younger people into the markets. i don't see how they are putting it to together. the shear will of politics was the way
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fourth. >> what that is next? >> some form of bipartisan ship. a big deal? i don't think so. i talked to folks that said the most likely results -- assuming this fails and they can't get it through, and mitch mcconnell gave us one more week and that's it. when they come back after the recess, they get one week and if it can't be done they will do something to basically prop up the insurance markets. right? you have the rural counties struggling to attract the insurance companies and do whatever it takes to get the insurance companies to write policies in the sparsely populated counties. that's some compromise like that where they throw a little money at that, but it's nothing but a band-aid and we basically punt health care reform until the next election. >> we talk about it so often. >> the person not talking about health care is the
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he's railing against the press and having a bizarre rally last night that nixed some things, but didn't talk about health care. >> that hurts his agenda, too. >> yeah. >> i know you have a lot coming up on the show, and one of my favorite authors, too. >> yeah, we did the interview a little earlier this week, but he is -- always makes you look at something from a different angle, and then you look at it and go, duh. >> we will catch you on the air right here on nbc 4 at 10:30 right after "news4 today." and then the safe track program for metro, and riders are hoping for a more reliable and safer commute.
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>> we're still a few years off from the silver line rolling into loudoun county. first responders there are preparing well ahead for any e potential trouble. >> even with a harness on, most of us would likely pass on jumping out of a window head first. it's just another day of training for these loudoun county groups. their curriculum rapidly expanding. >> everything from simulators, and liquid propane gas fires and everything like this, trench rescue. but this is different. >> and he's referring to this. it's a metro trail simulator. >> this is something we have not dealt with. there's no rail lines in loudoun county. >> responders will be preparing this for silver line emergencies. preparedness doesn't wait. >> w
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to the other. >> from potential terrorists attacks to insulators, and the spoke that may rise. >> when building a simulator like this, details matter. they wanted to have an old railcar to use for training, and they want to position this car on tracks so it was similar to what you would find in a real life scenario. everything from the distance to the car to the fence line, and the drop below. you don't always have a platform to step on to. >> they need to be able to climb on it, so that's why there's no steps on it. this is designed to be not as a train station. this is meant to be the one you see as you are driving. >> maria figueroa has been sharing this for several years, and they show the logistical choreography it took to hoist them on the tracks. >> what are
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now we're ready if we have to respond to an emergency. >> preparing to keep you safe. turning now to weather. it has been hot. but it feels like summer. >> this is our first time working together, and your first time, too. >> yeah. i got good news. absolutely lovely conditions out there setting up for your sunday. it's more humid. i thought we would start to lose humidity early on, but it's going to come later on. 76 degrees right now, and winds out of the south at three miles per hour. i am thinking low 90s. a few spots might hit 95. radar showing dry conditions. we will stay dry for your subpoena sunday. how do we do a
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roads later on today. and cape may waking up to foggy conditions and that's how bad the humidity is this morning. and then the beach, shower chances on the fourth of july. overall, a good amount of sunshine. out to ocean city. it's going to look lovely today, temperatures around 85 degrees. monday, 83. notice that storm chance creeps in again on tuesday. there's a pattern here. for virginia beach we will see the rain chances as we head through the next couple of days. it's hot out there. temperatures in the 90s. now, as for us here at home, we are going to stay dry and we are expecting some clouds to move through as we head through the afternoon. for your monday we start off quiet, and maybe an isolated shower chance in there. i think overall we are setting up for a nice top of the week. your july 4th
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one as we see isolated showers and storms pop up later in the evening. the majority of us staying dry and hot conditions, though, and temperatures in the low 90s. i should have given you more time on this, and i apologize, and we are in the 90s for the next couple of days, and for the middle of the week that's when we get that increase in rain chances. >> we're just hoping that it's a clear sky on the fourth of july so we can see the fireworks finally. call them middle school masterminds.
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so on this july fourth holiday weekend, you can celebrate the red, the white and the brew. not the blue, see what i did there? >> that was clever. >> the festival is happening
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combines beers with brew, and three stars brewing company there, and tickets are still available. >> we know where to find you later today? >> exactly. what a way to start off the fourth of july weekend. >> yeah, this bald eagle is getting much needed tlc this morning. somebody spotted this guy in southeast d.c. yesterday afternoon. the humane rescue alliance said it was having trouble breathing and lethargic and could not fly. there's no word on what may have happened to the bird, but we will let you know, of course, how he's doing as he continues to recovering there. >> he was cute there. you might think they are playing around and a group of middle school girls having a good time, but
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are proving creating video games and creating them is tough work. >> and as news4's amy cho shows us. >> the girls in the computer class started from scratch. >> it works! >> they just about cracked the code to building a finished game. >> it's just super fun watching other people be product ive abot it, and it feels good because most girls think, oh, i can't do this because, you know, i'm a girl. people think girls are typical. >> designing games teaches coding, photo shop and math, and you won't find anything you will find in a textbook. >> you learn to work together to edit them and for feedback. >> iov
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creating and there's so much excitement. >> that excitement is something many of them will last a lifetime. >> i would love to do this as a job, to wake up every day and be excited to go to work. >> do what you love and don't be afraid to make mistakes and tkoepbd b don't be afraid to stand up for yourselves. >> aoeupi'm so happy right now when. w
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now on "news4 today," shot dead on the beltway. a traffic investigation that brought traffic to a standstill for hours. a home break-in and shots fired. we will tell you about the dangerous encounter with intruders, and how one was stopped from getting away. and storm team 4 tracking how you can plan ahead for barbecue's, parades and fireworks. >> a lot of outdoors happening for a long holiday weekend. i am david culver, alongside megan fitzgerald.
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is looking like, especially, u somara, for the fourth of july. >> as of today, looking good. national harbor right now, sun is up and wheels are turning and hope you are out to get out and enjoy all the awesome barbecues going on. temperatures in the low 90s. it's going to be a hot one out there. good news is humidity will drop as we head throughout the day. it's a muggy start. mostly sunny conditions. as you heard, we will talk about the full fourth of july forecast coming up. for now, back to you all. what police thought was a disabled car on the beltway turned into a homicide investigation. prince georges county police said an officer found a man dead inside a stopped car out outer
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they shut down the roadway to investigate and it has re-opened since. police are try to go figure out how it happened so if you happened to have passed by overnight in that area, police want to hear from you. also re-opened, richmond highway. this was closed for hours after a fatal car crash, and we know it was a crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. somebody was hit and killed crossing the road. this is in the alexandria section of the county. police are trying to figure out how this all happened. we will give you updates on air and in the nbc washington app. prince george's county police are investigatvesinvesti break-in. suspects broke in around 12:30 yesterday afternoon and they fired shots at the people
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back. a person inside the home was hurt and taken to the hospital. police do not think it was a random crime. we just got new information on what is developing story out of little rock, arkansas. the u.s. marshal service confirming just a short time ago they have arrested ricky hampton. the gentleman you are looking at right there is the first confirmed suspect at the mass shooting at the power ultra lounge. police say two people are in critical condition this morning, and in all 28 got hurt. and they are shutting their doors for good. >> reporter: one moment people were having a good time, listening to music, and the next, gunshots, screams and panic. clubgoers scrambled to
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any way they could. in all 25 people were shot and at least three others were injured trying to get out. police say there were several shooters in the gun battle. >> some sort of dispute broke out between individuals that were inside and the exchange of gunfire took place. >> it happened as memphis rapper finesse two times was onstage. >> we have to use a big hammer on the people that would do violence with guns and hurt people. >> authorities believe all victims will survive including justin pearson's friend. >> shots got fired and everybody took off running and he got shot in the back running. >> the youngest victim was 16 years old. this was the 173rd mass shooting this year. chris pallone, nbc news.
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to solve a homicide we brought to you as breaking news yesterday morning. we now the victim was a 23-year-old man, clipper, and he was shot in the parking center on plank road. he died at the hospital after somebody rushed him to the er. and james hodgkinson's wife, and scalise is still recovering in the hospital. suzanne tells "the times" something in her husband flipped when donald trump was elected. want to read you the quote here. sayi saying, quote, i wake up with hot sweats thinking you should have known. you should have known. she goes on to say that cold harded as it may be, i'm done. she wants
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especially over for her granddaughter. she hopes they can return to school in september without the subject being brought up. this morning a conspiracy theory getting attention across a local neighborhood. people say somebody is posting flyers claiming the so-called pizza gate theory is true and the theory falsely said politicians are running a child sex ring out of the pizza shop. one neighbor said the slips of paper are threatening neighborhood safety. >> with the pizza parlor a few blocks away we has an incident where somebody self investigated with an assault rifle. >> police arrested that man responsible for the attack last december, and less than two weeks ago he was sentenced to four years in prison for firing inside the restaurant. let's take you outside and open the windows for a live look. the sun is shining bright there. it's warm. going to get hot. we're talking back up
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somara theodore tracking when rain will make its way in and how your fourth of july might be looking. a lot of us will be looking up to the sky hoping it will stay clear. spreading kindless one lawn at a
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an all-time legend and an upset. >> that upset, manny pacquiao defeated down under. he lost his world heavyweight title to horn. a crowd of more than 50,000 people packed into a stadium to watch that match. horn becomes the 27th australian to be crowned as a world champion
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and then facing federal fraud charges. prosecutors say billy mcfarland promised the party of the century, and those that paid big bucks to attend were greeted with tpaepla tents and cheese sandwiches. prosecutors say mcfarland is accused of altering documents to get big investments, and he could face up to 20 years in prison if found guilty. and this happened in georgia, four people lost their lives in a crash and it happened 80 miles north of atlanta yesterday. if you look closely there you can see some of the pieces that were found scattered from across that field, and there's one of them. police say the wings and engine separated from the aircraft and the cockpit was the only part that stayed intact. it's not known what caused the crash but officials say there was severe weather in the area when that plane went
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our weather, dry right now, but will that be the case for the parades and cookouts, and somara is helping you to plan ahead and tracking all the storms that could be moving through. from a crime scene to the big
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welcome back. your july fourth holiday is panning out to be beautiful, especially on tuesday. it's hot and humidity rising and it's the evening that has me a little concerned, isolated storm chances, and it's going to be partly to mostly cloudy for your tuesday evening. we'll talk more coming up, but back to you for now. he used to bust drug dealers on the streets of virginia. >> angie goff off today, but she's still contributing to the show. she will introduce us to a former cop who is following his hollywood dream. >> are you okay? >> he played a serial killer investigated scream queen's royalty. he's faced off with mark
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wonder what he's doing here walking the halls of the police department. >> before chasing his dreams on the big screen, he spent more than a decade chasing the crime scene as a real full-time cop in virginia. it was in nova where his professor noticed his talent. >> i had to work midnight. she said that is all fine and dandy, and you have what it takes and you can do it professionally. >> he moved to l.a. to pursue his new fashion, and at first to get by he worked as kate becken sale's bodyguard. >> there was working cases in "true detectives." most recently
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reeves. >> no disrespect to anybody i worked with actor wise, highlight of my career. >> between the bright lights and working behind the scenes, he says he really finds himself missing police work and it's a big part of the reason he comes back here to the communities he once patrolled. >> as a part timeshare kwreuf's diplomacy. >> we are always trying to think of ways where we could reach different demographics or groups of people we have not reached out to yet. >> and it starts for the law -- >> it's the dynamic of
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marry both worlds together. it's as simple as how does it feel to live in your world for a minute. >> the law enforcement gave me this base that just allows me to settle in to whatever is happening to me and still be grateful. >> nobody is going to jump out of it here, right? >> coming up, set your clock, the latest comedy that comes out this fall. >> that's cool. >> it's cool to see he kept his humidity and still giving back. >> still down-to-earth. and several young men spreading kindness across northeast d.c. >> kindness never gets old. always can use more of that. these guys were braving the heat this weekend to mow lawns for the elderly.
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rehabilitation program. >> feels good and gives me a second chance so i do other things, other positive things instead of always doing negative. >> it helped me out, too, tremendously, because i am the one that cuts the grass. >> and the d.c. mayor was out there too mowing lawns. this program happens every saturday. >> and looks like they were out there in the window where the storms were not coming down. >> those storms came in fast, too. >> yeah, they did. >> it was dark and then the sun was back out. yeah, a squall line rolled through and lots of lightning and then it moved through quickly and then on to better weather. it's setting up nicely out there, and a little muggy to start but bear with me, i'm telling you it will be a sunny day ahead. 77 degrees, mostly sunny. how about the current temperatures in your
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neighborhood. let's call them out. roll call, 70 degrees in front royal and 71 in manassas, and -- oh, could we head back to max 1. we switched over to the graphic system. 77 in leesburg, and 77 in frederick and cooler up towards northern maryland, today headed for the upper 80s and low to mid-90s. as far as humidity levels go, we are pretty muggy to start. as we head to the afternoon and in through your monday, we should get a lot more comfortable as far as humidity levels go. if you were planning on that morning, exercise, that run, well, it's looking like a muggy start. temperatures in the low 80s. make sure you get in that run before all that food i know you will be chowing down on this afternoon. temperatures in the mid-90s. let's take a look at the
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you can see the storms we were just talking about, all the way out towards the atlantic right now, and we are going to stay dry through the rest of your sunday. and i am in agreeance with this phalgts. monday, we are going to remain dry for the majority of monday. and as things get a little cloudy through the afternoon, we have a chance for an isolated shower and maybe pop-up storm or two, and on monday staying on the drier side of things. and so tuesday, i know there is a day everybody is looking forward to, 92 degrees. it's going to be sunny as you wake up and head throughout the day. humidity levels rising and it's going to feel warm out there, or hot, should i say, for your fourth of july. as we head towards the evening, we will get a shot for a few isolated thunderstorms. i am thinking the main issue might be the cloud cover. partly to mostly cloudy as we head through the evening hours.
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the rain chance revs up the middle to the end of the week and that's when we get more of the scattered to stronger thunderstorms, and temperatures in the 90s until thursday and friday and then we will head to the 80s. as far as your weekend, if you are looking at next weekend already, we are talking about sunny conditions. we have a chance for showers on saturday but we are around the average as we head towards the end of the week. that's a look at your forecast. >> i love the neighborhood roll call. everybody showing up there. living in luxury if only for a short time. the new rental options bring a new life to a historic i just saved a bunch of money on my car insurhuh. with geico. i should take a closer look at geico...
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this is being called a new concept, and an old mansion has been transformed into temporarily luxury housing, folks. >> it's a rare opportunity. megan opening up her home to show us -- >> yeah. >> this is targeting visitors that will work here a few months and they want to live large and feel like a kwrolocal. wendy rieger taking us inside. >> it was the patterson mansion, and this was their crash pad in 1903 when they were filthy rich and sometimes found themselves in our lovely
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now it can be anybody's for a smaller fortune when business brings them to our lovely town. >> we call it urban living re-imagined. >> this is how it works. fully furnished luxury apartments you can rent for a couple weeks, months or a year. and this is the new concept part. it also becomes your social club with all kinds of built in amenities. >> it would be a continental breakfast in the morning and every one has to have a liquor license, and in the evenings when they come home they will nibble on some of the delicious hors d'oeuvres and grab a drink at the bar. >> and all of this unfolds in several large kau phaoupb annual
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there will be rotating artists coming in to explain their works, and politics and pros bookstore will provide authors and book signings and all in the air air of the high-end sanctuary. as for the apartments, they range from 350 to 600 feet, and could cost from $2900 to 10,0t 0 $10,000. wendy rieger, news4 washington timing is everything, and somara theodore will let us know
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moving on through. we will check in with her. >> a boy hit while riding his bike and blaming d.c. police. oat his family saidfficers
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as we aapproach 7:30 on this sunday morning, police are trying to find folks who may have wit
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overnight. this happened on the outer loop of the beltway. we know just before midnight an officer found a man shot to death inside his car near pennsylvania avenue. they are now investigating this as a homicimom homicide. a shooting suspect on the loose after a home invasion in brandy wine. two intruders bursts into a home and started shooting. somebody inside the home fired back and one intruder died and the other fled and a person inside the home was hurt. the little rock, arkansas, community coming together after a mass shooting at a nightclub. a prayer vigil held overnight for the victims. 22 people in critical condition this morning. the city is forcing that club to shut down. we know of one confirmed arrest by the u.s. marshal service this morning. welcome back on this sunday morning to "news4 today."
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day off. i am david culver. >> the fourth of july week is just a couple days away. >> yeah, we had the southern california-like weather, and it has moved on by and heat and humidity are here. >> we are checking in with somara theodore. >> the next couple of days, today will be my favorite day, and the humidity will decrease and it's going to be hot enough to jump in the pool. temperatures in the low 90s today. it's going to be a hot one but mostly sunny conditions. we don't have to worry about storms like we did yesterday and you don't have to hop out and back in. today will make a great day for barbecues as well. as we head to the top of your week, we have isolated storm chances to talk about. i will have that coming up in just a moment. >> that's what we all want to hear about. thank you. a candlelight vigil is
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planned to honor the life of a father of four killed in a motorcycle crash. he lost control of his motorcycle in brandy wine. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. tonight's vigil is set for 7:00 at the crash site. a young boy hit while riding his bike and the driver allegedly took off. there are claims the car that hit him was a police cruiser. this happened on thursday evening on otis place in northwest. police say the boy ran off the road and struck a wall in an alley, but as tkaudarcy spencer reports, it's being investigated. >> reporter: was he chasing you?
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>> reporter: why was he chasing you? >> because he thought i had a weapon. >> reporter: did you have a weapon? >> no. >> reporter: but you had firecrackers are something? >> yes. >> reporter: the incident happened at 7:45 last thursday evening in north west d.c. police said in a statement the boy ran off the roadway and struck the wall in an alley but he and his mom say that didn't happen that way. >> i almost hit the wall and then i stopped and then the police car hit me on the back of my wheel. >> witnesses say they were concerned officers drove off without helping the boy who has a cut on his leg and it is still sore. the officer wanted to know what was in his pocket, and he says the officer returned the fireworks and drove away. >> you clearly believe that police hit your son on his bike? >> yes. i do. >> reporter: and do you feel that it
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do you think happened? >> i don't think it was an accident. >> reporter: a police statement says while we are glad the juvenile was not serious injured in this incident, we are taking this investigation seriously. they are trying to determine exactly what happened and whether proper procedures were followed. his mom says it made her son fear the police. in northwest, darcy spencer new 4. president trump tweeting before 1:00 this morning, and it's a tweet honoring the veterans. it comes after he delivered a speech last night. it was during the first presidential freedom valley. the president praising veterans and highlighting his administration's work to perform veteran services, and he said his administration would defend religious liberties, and he
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rights. >> we also reflect on what we cherish as americans, we love our country and we love our families and we love our freedom and we love our god. >> the president has travel coming up. he will head to germany this coming week for the g-20 summit. before then, as david just mentioned, he's not wasting time shooting off fireworks on twitter. the tweets are hitting on everything from the investigation of voter fraud to the host of msnbc's "morning joe." kelly o'donnell looks at the explosive tweets. >> reporter: the president taking no holiday from twitter. first a friendly shout-out, happy canada day. then president trump set off more fireworks with "morning jo
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dumb. and then firing off, what are they trying to hide? more than half of state officials refusing to submit voter registration information for the voter fraud panel. arkansas's governor -- >> i would be hesitant to send out voter data into a national databa database. >> among the reasons, privacy concerns, and state authority over the elections and fears the data could be used to disqualify some voters, and other pyrotechnics this weekend over health care. the louisiana republican senator cassidy. >> i am doing my best to make sure we continue coverage and care for those with pre-existing conditions. >> facing heat, republican lawmak f
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answers on how to replace obamacare. >> kicking them off their health care, sir -- >> that was nbc's kelly o'donnell reporting. health care will be at the forefront of the discussion on "meet the press" this morning. chuck todd will have an exclusive joint interview with delaware democratic senator tom carper and louisiana republican senator, bill cassidy. they will hammer out the latest senate health care bill. "meet the press" airs here at 10:30 on nbc 4, and we will chuck wion set here about 10:15. republican nominee, ed gillespie, spent part of the weekend opening field offices in northern virginia and rallying a crowd of supporters in springfield, yesterday. gillespie will take on who you see right there,
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november. take a look outside. the sun is out and you will feel the heat today. those of you who ride metro, you will want to hear your next story. will will show you how first responders preparing for the
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this morning. it could be a matter of days now before isis is driven out of mosul. the battle has been going on for more than eight months. as for our forces, we know americans are providing intelligence to the troops. what does that look like? we are told the intelligence looks like tactical advice and calling in air strikes. 7:41 on your time this morning. shorts, sunglasses and sun block. that's the start of a checklist for this holiday weekend. we have your weather. we are talking about the 90s. and then an suv slams into pedestrians. the danger in harlem and what instigators are nowve
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good morning. well, you are up early, aren't you? headed to the beach. let's look at the beach forecast. right now we have the headlines up, and here's what you need to know, it's not going to be as humid through the remainder of the day, and hot, and isolated storm chances as we head into your fourth of july. temperatures in the mid-80s especially out in ocean city, less humid this afternoon. talk soon. over to you guys. >> thank you. a dozen people were hurt
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behind the wheel and slam into pedestrians in harlem. take a look at the video here. you can see the black suv is mangled on the sidewalk outside of a wendy's with some of the injured getting help. police say the driver had a medical condition behind the wheel, which caused him to slam into a city bus and lose control. this was around noon yesterday. people on the sidewalk tried to get out of the way. >> i tried to grab him to go this way, and these guys were on, you know, like, everybody just kind of -- i know i went against the wall. it seemed very cold. >> the driver, a passenger in the uber and a police officer were among those taken to the hospital. two people in critical but stable condition and one person is serious. no charges have been filed against that driver. a netflix documentary about a priest alleged abuse calls for the
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an online petition has more than 11,000 signatures following the airing of the show, the keepers. it wants the files of joseph mass kel maskell to be released. an arc d now that metro has wrapped up its safe track program riders are hoping for a more reliable and safer commute. in recent years you will recall there has been a number of incidents, fire, smoke, and even death in some cases. >> and now before the silver line rolls into loudy county, first responders are preparing years in advance for any potential trouble. >> even with a harness on, most of us would likely pass out of jumping out of a window head first. it's just another day of
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and rescue recruits, but their curriculum, much like the area they will serve, rapidly expanding. >> trench rescue, propane fires, and this sun is certainly different. >> randal shank is referring to a simulator. >> there's no rail lines in loudoun county. >> soon, first responders will use this to prepare for silver line emergencies, and we are talking about the portion of the rail currently a construction zone but preparedness doesn't wait. >> we will train from one spectrum to the other. >> when building a simulator like this, the details, well, they matter. fire and rescue wanted to have an old railcar to use for their training and then they wanted to position this car on tracks so it was something similar to what
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scenario, from a car to the fence line and the drop below. you don't always have a platform to step on to. >> they need to be able to climb on it so that's why there's no steps on it. this is designed to be not as a train station. this is meant to be the one that you see as you are driving. >> maria figueroa-taylor was training for years. >> what are they doing? i think now what we are doing is to be ready if we ever have to respond to an emergency. >> gaining skills they hope to never use. preparing to keep you safe. interesting to see all those firefighters and first spo responders in so many layers of gear and it's hot out there. >> yeah, and it was hot yesterday but we are going to get relief, right? >> well,s
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hot, in the 90s. we will see the humidity drop this afternoon as the dew points drop. it's going to be looking great out there. let's look at the live shot. can you see the sun is up and it's time to get out and enjoy your sunday. current temperatures right now, 77 degrees in the district. we are going to climb today. 70 towards gaithersburg. 77 in dulles. most of us headed to the low 90s for your sunday. let's pretend i'm off, at 10:00 a.m., i will start my jog, and less humidity, and that's around 87 degrees, and 4:00 enough it's hot enough to go to a friend's house with a fool pool, and by 7:00 a.m., i am going to a second barbecue. dry conditions right now across the board. you saw on the radar there, what's it looking
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next couple of hours. clouds will build in in the afternoon, but don't fret they will not yield rain showers. monday, mostly sunny. towards the afternoon i am tracking a chance for spotty showers or thunderstorms. as for tuesday we could see an isolated thunderstorm or two moving through in the afternoon and evening but i'm concerned about the clouds, looking partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures in the low 90s. we will keep the heat around actually for the next ten days, really. we won't fair on the average side of the things until the middle of the week, we should be 88 degrees for this taoeufpl year, and the stoerplstorms com thursday and friday. the summer coding camp that is teaching young girls to get involvedn technology. i
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on this fourth of july weekend, you can celebrate the red, white and the brew. the festival is happening at the capitol river front and combines patriotic colors with brew. and here are just some of the br brewies all part of the festival. >> alternate water in between. >> hydrate. what a way to start off the four o
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much-needed tlc this morning. somebody spotted this guy right here in southeast dc. the eagle was having trouble breathing and couldn't fly. they posted these pictures on the facebook page. no word on what may have happened to the bird but we will let you know as soon as we find out more, and hopefully he will be back up in the skies before the fourth of july. this next story will make you feel like an under achiever. we will introduce you to a group of middle school girls in virginia and they are creating video games and showing us this is hard work. >> not easy. it's part of a summer camp by george mason university and amy cho shows us the goal is to get the girls interested in technology. >> reporter: the girls in the computer class started from scratch. now they have just about cracked the code to
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game. >> as long as its theirs it's perfect. it's super fun watching people be productive about it, and learning how to make video games. >> it's good. most girls think, oh, i can't do this because i'm a girl and people think girls are very typical. >> designing games teaches photo and coding. >> we work together to make the games and to edit them and feedback. >> the girls are doing fantastic. i love seeing them work together and i love the games they are creating. there's so much excitement. >> reporter: that excitement is many say will last a lifetime. >> i very much would love to do this as a job. to wake up and be excited to go to work. >> do what you love and don't be afraid to stand up for yourself and just be h
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of these girls, it's game on. >> i am so happy right now. >> brilliant young minds right there. 7:56 your time on sunday. let's catch you up with four things to know before you head out. a homicide investigation under way in skwroerpblprince georges. investigators need your help. they are asking anybody who may have seen something to give them a call. and then fairfax police trying to figure out how a man was hit and killed crossing richmond highway this morning. it happened in the alexandria section of the county. follow the updates in the washington app. and then a shooting suspect on the loose. he was one of two intruders that bursts into a home and began opening a fire. this happened yesterday afternoon. somebody inside fired
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the other intruder died and one other person was hurt. and then the arrest of one suspect in the middle rock mass shooting, and you are looking at ricky hampton. the city is forcing the club to shut down. when it comes to your weather, somara theodore says this will be her favorite day. >> yeah, the humidity is going down and temperatures in the 90s and lots of sunshine, not bad. i don't see any rain chances as well. nice day for a cookout. >> thanks for joining us on this sunday morning. >> we will be back here at
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something beneath the dignity of the president. >> i am fine, my family brought me up really tough. >> if she played the men's circuit, she would be like 700th. good morning, welcome to "sunday today" on this long fourth of july weekend. i am willie geist. another busy sunday morning with t president showing no signs of backing down on his twitter war against the press, despite protests from many in his own party, saying his use of social media is just part of the modern presidency. we talk to chuck todd about that and fate of health care in a moment. and later.

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