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beach turns deadly. two d.c. men killed when a car swerves off the road. now we're learning why that driver lost control. scrambling. fires. caught. caught at the 28 yard line. >> monday night matchup. the redskins getting ready to take on a division rival. what's at stake tonight on a national stage. you do have time? >> you're doing the halftime show at the super bowl? >> the eyebrow raise. that signature eyebrow raise. plus bringing sexy back to the super bowl. justin timberlake's sneak peek at what he has planned for his performance. you know what, smart way to reveal it on jimmy fallon. that's the way to do it. they have such good chemistry. >> always fun. good morning everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. i'm eun yang. been talking about this crazy warm weather we had. warm over the
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the marine corps marathon. potentially have the warmest october on record. >> we're within a whisper of getting ahead of it. >> we've been talking about above normal temperatures. going to be similar. we're going to be above normal for this time of the year today. we're starting out with fog in the morning. we know it's going to be milder than normal. half mile visibility in clinton. fredericksburg, gaithersburg. areas of fog not for everybody. if you are traveling from these sections that we're seeing the fog. keep that in mind. take your time out there on the roadways. give yourself extra space. 61 degrees currently in the district. you can see some of the fogginess on the camera. as the kids head to the bus stop, it will be dry. areas of fog out there. 62 degrees. by 3:00 p.m., in the mid 70s. tomorrow, though, big changes. we have rain on the way. tomorrow will be a rainy day. then
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once the rain leaves. we'll take a look at the forecast. monday morning with jack taylor. sheena good morning. the beltway is quiet. inner, outer loop. everything open. inner loop, near 450. one right lane getting by. that's wrapped up. no delay. the closure in northwest. arkansas avenue is blocked between decatur street and iowa avenue. for now, the area, we'll be rerouted. back to you. jack, thank you. now to a developing story. alexandria police are searching for a gunman after a triple shooting. angie goff at the live desk with the latest. angie, what happened? >> first off, eun and aaron, police say they believe that this is an isolated incident. so right now there is no threat to the public. so good news there. we do want to show you video from alexandria where all this happened. it's at all veter
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this is on north picket street. a place where people casually jog. they walk their dogs all the time. really unusual for something like this to happen. it happened around 8:30 last night. police say three people were shot. two of them, we have confirmed have died. the other is recovering from serious injuries. news 4 was at the scene. heard from residents who live near the park. >> unusual. and actually shocked. there's been a few sexual assaults there. that's about it. but a shooting, i guess, concerning. yeah. >> very concerning and disturbing. we're working right now to get more information about the victims as well as the ongoing search for the shooter. back to you. >> angie, thank you. it is 5:03 today. an online threat sparked an uptick in security at a pool in prince george's county. students will notice extra police at eleanor roosevelt high school this morning. yesterday the principal sent a lett t
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a specific school. news 4's adam tuss will join us live in a few minutes. it's a string of disturbing incidents targeting the college park campus. >> police are trying to figure out who is behind them. aimee cho is where the latest incident happened over the weekend. what do we know? >> reporter: aaron, eun, imagine waking up to find a stranger standing in your bedroom. that's what one college student says happened to her in this neighborhood. this is in the 4600 block of knocks road. that man ran away without taking anything. we have seen surveillance cameras in the neighborhood. it's still too early to tell if they captured what happened much this is a few blocks from where three other similar break-ins happened over the past few weeks. three different women reporting seeing a s
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peering through their window or standing in their apartment. one of the cases the man groped one of the women as she slept. now, police have stepped up patrols in the area. they're very concerned. obviously, they're still trying to figure out what happened. they don't know if it's the same man behind the break-ins. another similarity, they involved unlocked doors or windows. so obviously, the lesson. you want to lock doors and windows at night. we spoke with several students who are doing that, but they're still concerned. >> i think it's a shame. i mean, it's terrible to think you could live here and not feel protected in your own home. definitely, it's scary for people to wake up and have someone in your house. >> reporter: now, again, police are stepping up patrols in the area. they're trying to figure out what happened. they're asking people who live here to please stay on lookout and report anything suspicious. eun, aaron. >> aimee cho. thank you. we knowhe
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hit and killed on their bicycles in dewey beach, delaware. delaware state police say james walton and richard chid i can from d.c. were killed when a driver slammed into them. police say the driver had some sort of medical condition and blacked out. that's when he veered across coastal highway route 1 and hit the pair stopped at star board bar and restaurant. neighbors of the victims are stunned. >> i mean, i, i just can't fathom it. that they're gone. i just can't believe it. >> the driver who hit them also took out a utility pole and crashed into a parked car. at last check, the driver is in serious condition. some sad news to tell you about as we head into tonight's monday night football game. redskins quarterback kirk cousins' posted this photo and message on instagram last
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suddenly. but he says she left a spiritual heritage for her family. cousins is set to play in philadelphia tonight at lincoln financial field. his grandmother has gone to be with the lord. feeling peaceful even though it's sad news. >> the redskins will face off against the eagles. here's news 4 anchor carol maloney. >> good morning. the redskins play on monday night football. if you're familiar with the redskins record on this national stage, you are probably guessing right. it's a fake smile. monday nights haven't been too fun for the burgundy and gold. they haven't won on monday since 2014. his record is 0-5 and facing division rivals, the eagles at 5-1 have the best record in the league right now. cousins hoping to avenge a week one loss to philly and keep the redskins in the hunt for a
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huge game. >> i'm sure that a win on the road against the eagles would get our fans very excited and people would be riding the roller coaster and be on the height of the roller coaster. we try to stay steady through it. >> underdogs on the road up in philly. and here's a reason for a real smile. 'skins have won their past two trips to the city of brotherly love. should be fun tonight. coverage from philly starting on news 4 at 4:00. >> we probably -- now it's official. we can tell you justin timberlake will be the halftime performer at super bowl lii. he turned to an old friend to tell the news. >> excuse me, sir. do you have the time? >> i was going to ask you, sir if you have the time. >> i do have the time. >> you do halftime. >> i do halftime. >> i do halftime. >> you do halftime? >> i do halftime! >> you're doing the halftime show at the super bowl? >> you
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>> yea! >> we're all jumping up and down, right? >> the eyebrow raise. the two of them. >> they're like ten-year-olds. >> how long did they plan that. >> this is going to be the first time performing at the super bowl for justin timberlake since 2002. >> we all know what happened back then. the term wardrobe malfunction became popular. that's the performance with janet jackson. justin timberlake told mike t r tirico, that won't happen again. i'm meteorologist chuck bell. we're off to a cloudy start. low fog as well. we should get enough sunshine to put temperatures way back into the 70s yet again. you can see on storm team 4 radar, raindrops lurking to the west and south.
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, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. welcome back at 5:12. this morning, there will be extra police outside of eleanor roosevelt high school in greenbe greenbelt. a look at what the
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>> reporter: good morning, eun. this was not a specific threat. but a threat making the round on social media. the principal is responding. take a look at the graphic and show you what he's actually telling parents. he says that the post-it self-was not specific to eleanor roosevelt high school. law enforcement officials are working to identify the person or persons responsible. as a precaution, there will be an additional police presence at the school today on monday, october 23rd. of course, so much goes on, on social immediate yachlt it's hard to verify this. we haven't seen police presence here yet this morning. we'll keep an eye on things this morning. be aware that this threat was out there and that some parents should take it a little serious seriously. there's going to be an extra police presence. search for a killer intensifies after three people were found dead
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florida, neighborhood. brian dugan believes that all three seminole heights murders were linked. each one was shot. you can see this surveillance footage of what investigators say could be the killer. anyone with information is asked to call tampa police. it is 5:14. take a look at the screen right now. d.c. police need your help to find this critically missing girl. gamble was last seen on saturday along u street in the area of lincoln theater. she was wearing a teal sweatshirt, khaki pants and black and wine van's shoes. call police if you know where she is. 5:14. our time right now. here at news 4, we're working to get you ready for halloween. >> chris lawrence is at jeans costumes in kensington, maryland. we're going to learn about great do it
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jeans is famous. people go there all the time for costumes. >> reporter: it's independent. it's amazing. here year round. whatever you're looking for. a country look. they've got that. something more, i don't know, historically, urban. you can do that. but look. when time is of the essence and maybe money is just as tight, that's when you can be put in a crunch for halloween. what we did, we went out to prince george's county, got the kids from accokeek academy, they got us the best ideas out there. >> so let's get started. >> we're turning accokeek academy into kos sum central. >> can i have the glue stick please. >> doing all right over there? >> she's going from 7th grade to 70. >> this is going to be the hair for the grandmother. >> going to be really cute. >> with pom poms that cost
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>> i'm hot gluing them to this great cap that i have. >> xavier is making a dinosaur. >> you cut them out and make them into triangles and glue them along the side offed hoodie. >> and a human hash tag. >> cut the cardboard. >> from wonder woman to batman. all the characters from star wars. you could spend 80, 90, $100. >> black cats, this year alone, families will spend more than $3 billion on costumes. >> but these kids show us how to do it on cheap. >> spending like maybe $5 to $10 depending how much you buy. >> you can have a costume in seconds. okay. not quite this fast. but you get the picture. it doesn't take long. >> probably about fiv
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minutes. maybe 15. >> look what they use. a hoodie. cardboard. a skullcap and scissors. >> most people have the materials at home. see what you got grandma. >> enough to impress without breaking the bank. you know, we want to thank elizabeth and the folks there at accokeek academy. the things she mentioned too, not only do you save money, but it's teaching kids a real skill about budgeting, about using what you have around the house. i mean, we grabbed a hoodie, a skullcap and scissors and glue. a lot of things laying around the house in the kitchen right now. the other thing is, out there in the schools in prince george's county, they're trying to use the teachable moments to build life skills. ultimately, yeah, you save five, ten bucks on a costume. but ultimately, the kids will be making b
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and mortgages and you can learn a lot, too and have a whole lot of fun doing it. eun, aaron, back to you. >> that is a good point. i didn't think about that connection, if you are working on things on your own, you can bring those other skills into halloween costume making. >> good stuff. fun and life lessons. >> you want to see more hats on you. that will be fun. >> or that tail. whatever is hanging there. >> chris, thanks. >> i'm always impressed at parents who make their own costumes for their kids. >> my mom did all the time. she would buy the stencil at joanne fabrics and make my costume. >> or the kid make their own costume. >> i am making the costumes in this house. >> my brother made a costume one year. we were young. he put green paint on his face and he was a monster. that's what happens when some kids
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you're a swamp monster. throw everything on yourself. this morning, we have fog around this morning. we're seeing our beautiful weather pattern change a little bit. this morning, the fog will make way to cloud cover. if you're driving, take your time. we'll be warm this afternoon and we're still mainly dry. we should start to see the rain moving in overnight tonight. some of the models are speeding up the timing. i'll show you in a second. otherwise, morning rain in the forecast tomorrow and then it looks to be quite a bit cooler. if you don't like the warm air, the cooler air is coming back. gaithersburg, less than a half mile. in the district, down to 2 1/2. ten miles not long ago. fluk wakes, clinton less than a half mile. not everyone seeing the thick fog but some of you are. temperatures mostly the mid to upper 50s. 61 degrees in the district. 65 lees burglary. 58 quantico. not as cool
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here's the rain to the west. the rain will be here late tonight. ahead of it, we're going to see the cloud cover. as the sun comes up today, you'll notice more clouds moving in. exercise forecast, areas of fog this morning. by lunchtime, 72. this afternoon, we're still warm, around 77 degrees. mainly dry today. 11:00 p.m., the line of rain moving through. look how quick it moves through. 6:00 a.m., it could be clearing out, mainly to the west. throughout the day, we're looking at improving conditions. take a look at the temperatures. tomorrow with the rain, 72. wednesday, 64. look at thursday, cooling down to 59. it will be chilly through the afternoon. friday, we stay in the 60s. we'll take a closer look at the extended forecast. let's check the roads on this monday morning commute with fog out there. hey, jack. >> sheena good morning. with the limited visibility in spots. it's going to be a little tough. give yourself a couple extra
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minutes. arkansas avenue is blocked between decatur street and iowa avenue. unfortunately, this is a motorcycle investigation with a crash. unfortunately, a lot of investigators on scene through the morning rush hour. inner outer loop to maryland and virginia. 95 bw bark way. looking good so far. but it will change shortly. aaron, eun, back to you. >> someone has been doing it very long and knows how it goes. >> thank you, jack. from d.c. to new york in less than an hour. project to make it reality is zooming forward. the latest update on this hyper loop coming up. first, the me too campaign expands to capitol
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vowould be a disaster forion virginia families.e adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged thousands more. 685,000 virginians would lose their health care. and adams is against medicaid expansion - denying coverage to thousands of veterans, children and the disabled. john adams: higher costs, less coverage, hurting virginians. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
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another hollywood name faces allegations of sexual harassment. the los
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that more than 30 women accused director and writer james toe back of sexual harassment. he's written and director films. he's never met his accusers or did so briefly he said. those are the latest in a flurry of sexual harassment or sexual assaults. it comes on the aftermath of the harvey weinstein scandal. that led to the hash me too going viral with women sharing experiences across the board. meet the press met with several female senators about their stories. elizabeth warren said happened when she was a law professor when she was asked to come to a colleague's office. >> he slammed the door and lunged for me. it's like a bad cartoon. he's chasing me around the desk trying to get his hands-on me. i kept saying you don't want to do this. you don't want to do this. i have little children at home. please don't
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>> meet the press asks every female member of the senate whether they would share stories of sexual harassment. four senators, all democrats, spoke about their experiences. the last hurrah at rfk. what's next for d.c. united and we're getting answers about the redskins rumors. plus, d.c. to new york under 30 minutes. why elon musk hyper loop dream is one step closer. meteorologist chuck bell on the storm team 4 weather deck. cloudy skies and low fog moving in. you can see on radar, rain chance rs finally back in your forecast. i'll let younow when k
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the message that went viral and why prarnts so concerned. >> gone in 30 minutes. the chance to get to the new york area in less time than it tikes loop the beltway. doug e fresh bringing down the house to salute a d.c. legend. people on their feet.
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good morning everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. i'm eun yuchblt your "news4 today" team working for you. first to your weather and traffic. we begin with chuck bell on the storm team 4 weather deck keeping an eye on a little storm moving our way. >> finally rain chances coming into the picture and fog outside early this morning. picked it up on our tower cameras here. first one is directly over my head looking back towards the parking lot here at the tv station. look at that. you can barely make out the lights. that's the bridge illuminated with headlights and taillights. visibility not much of an issue. visibility 2.5 miles. into southern prince george's county. only a half mile there. fredericksburg, virginia. only a half mile visibility in our hometown this morning. clouds, not all that much of high clouds. burning the fog off early this morning. bumping temperatures up into
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afternoon. we're in the upper 50s to around 60 now. a really mild and humid start to the day. we'll give today a b-plus. rain chances moving in after 4:00 or 5:00. today's highs well up into the 70s. we'll show you the ten-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. for now, monday morning always means commute. let's take a check from jack taylor at wtop. >> it could be tough. but at least you kept my roads dry. thank you for that. the overnight motorcycle crash in northwest closes arkansas avenue between decatur street and iowa avenue. police activity. beltway has been quiet. as chuck was mentioning. some areas dealing with dense fog. inner outer loop looking good especially around the water. we'll give you a live look on 270 southbound towards germantown. towards father hurley boulevard. that was socked in earlier. we have fog warnings at the bay bridge. a
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vehicle restrictions. couple extra minutes as you head out. back to you. 5:32. a look at the top stories. a triple shooting in alexandria. they're searching for the shooter who left one person in serious condition. the shooting happened at all veterans park. a community park where people jog and bike. there's no threat to the public. online threat sparked an uptick in police at a school in prince george's county. the principal at eleanor roosevelt high school in greenbelt says the threat did not name a school but he wants to be cautious. students will notice extra security there this morning. >> tonight is a huge game for the redskins on the road in philadelphia to take on the eagles in monday night football. quarterback kirk cousins says a win would really bring excitement for fans and the team. i'm angie goff here at the live desk with a breaking news update. we have just learned this out of prince george's county after
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fatal crash late last night. after being closed overnight, we know that greenbelt road and aerospace road is back open following an investigation. police saying that two drivers -- two vehicles crashed. one person died on the scene. three others are being treated for their injuries this morning. still no word on what caused this accident. we'll bring you more as we get it. now back to you eun. thank you, angie. 5:133 now. firefighters say smoking appears to be the cause of a fire that killed a woman in northeast washington. the fire started inside a bedroom on this first floor apartment building. saturday night on 8th street. investigator say it appeared the apartment didn't have working smoke detectors. if you need one, call 311 and d.c. firefighters will install one for you. >> it was a bittersweet night for d.c. united and the fans packed into the stadium. the soccer team packed
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for the first time rfk is without a professionals sports team. this is the first time since 1961. fans say it's a loss but they are looking for the future. >> last game here at rfk. it's a great history for professional sports and soccer. at the same time, we're excited for the new stadium next year. sdmooimt. >> >> lot of fans are excited for it. could it be wishful thinking that the redskins might return to rfk. you can read our columnist's take on the prospect in our nbc washington app. search redskins rfk. a lot of people would like to see that happen. >> i drove by their yesterday. i don't know i've seen the parking lots that full. they were parked everywhere they could. imagine being able to travel between d.c. and new york city in less than a half an hour. it could happen with elon musk's hyper loop project.
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announced on twitter he will let musk dig a tunnel in maryland. expect this to be a lot of work. >> to actually build a working hyper loop between washington, d.c. and new york city is pretty gargantuan. you're talking about going through states and through environmentally protected areas. >> the hyper loop works by transporting passengers through pods along vacuum-sealed tubes. testing has been under way in the nevada desert. the "today" show will have more on this, called an ambitious project. that will be a little later this morning. >> that's a good word. >> i hope it works. >> i do too. all jokes aside, david letterman's late-night tribute and why he might make the nation's capitol his home. why eating veggies might be ord f
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ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding,
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rginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. vowould be a disaster forion virginia families.e adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged thousands more. 685,000 virginians would lose their health care. and adams is against medicaid expansion - denying coverage to thousands of veterans, children and the disabled. john adams: higher costs, less coverage, hurting virginians. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
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♪ big honor for donnie simpson here in d.c. hundreds packed the warner theater last night to celebrate the icon. his 40th anniversary celebration there. celebrating his career in broadcasting. donnie simpson can still put his listeners at ease in the afternoon during his show on magic
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the detroit native got his start on nbc4. >> beautiful smile. big part of our community. congratulations once again to donnie. when you open your facebook or twitter feed this morning, you probably see a lot of people talking about this. >> retired late night tv icon honored with the mark twain prize for american humor. he was given the award last night. big beard there. letterman was celebrated for his record run on late night tv. innovative and often provocative comedy routine. tommy mcfly was on the red carpet when this question came up. might letterman consider making d.c. his home in 2020? >> i wouldn't mind see him running the office of presidency at this point. someone's got it. >> do you endorse? >> that would be fine with me. >> what do you say? >> i'm in. >> hard to know whether he's joking or not. if he's serious
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recap today at 4:00. the red carpet show airs next month. marathon runners may be recovering this morning. the local mom that made a last-minute decision that definitely paid off. >> reporter: waking up to find a strange man standing in your apartment. police say this is the fourth time this happened off the campus of the university of maryland. ahead on news 4, what police are doing about it. and it's a foggy start to your monday morning. you will notice a lot more clouds around today. that's all ahead of some rain. coming up, we'll talk about the timing of the rain and what you can expect straight ahead. got our closure in northwest of arkansas avenue of the lufrt i, it was an overt night motorcycle crash. through the morning rush hour. foggy conditions, 50 at the bay bridge. fog warnings in effect. be cautious as you head out
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a disturbing wakeup call. a stranger standing in your bedroom. a safety concern near a college campus. >> runners take your mark. get set. >> working for you from start to finish. >> a local mom showed no fear running with the marines. >> we have areas of fog. half-mile visibility in gaithersburg, fredericksburg. through the day, you'll notice the clouds around. rain moves in late tonight. chuck is back with a close look at the timing of it. your time is 5:44. we start with a presidential pep talk. four house republicans. >> president trump gave marching orders. the u.s. tax code. tracie potts is live on capitol hill for us this morning. tracie,
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>> they were hoping to get it done by the end of the year. >> the president wants a bill on his desk by thanksgiving. the pep talk over the weekend in person at a strategy session here. when congress comes back this week, the first order of business is for the house to approve the senate's budget that could raise the deficit but leaves $1.5 trillion open for possible tax cuts. the president has said this will be the biggest tax cut in history. the question remains for whom. he has really focused on driving down that corporate tax to 20%. he wanted it lower. but 20 is where republicans settled in the white house says he's good with that. will it just be businesses getting the tax breaks over working families. it md will class really seeing an impact here. they have yet to fill in the blanks on that. plus, the president saying that the failure of health care could be motivation to get this done. >> we'll see what happens next. tracie potts live on capitol hill f
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5:46 now. army sergeant bowe bergdahl will be sentenced this week. he pleaded guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. the second charge carries a potential life sentence. he walked away from his post in 2009 and was captured by the taliban. he spent five years in captivity before returning to the u.s. through a prisoner ex dmachange 2014. an intruder showed up inside a person's bedroom in college park, maryland. this happened to several students not living in the college park maryland -- now to figure out who -- aimee cho is live where the latest happened. aaron, eun, this is a terrifying situation that's been happening over and over in these neighborhoods. residents tell us they're worried. now, she woke up around 3:00
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the morning. very concerning to say the least. this was in the 4600 block of knox road. this is an yar with a lot of greek housing. we have seen surveillance cameras in this area. not clear if he actually captured what happened much this is a few blocks away from where three other similar break-ins happened over the past few weeks. three different roommates. a strange man -- in the middle of the night, in one of the cases the man groped the woman as she slept. don't know if she's -- this morning, spoke to several students who told us they have a friend who lives in one of the houses -- they told us the news has them worried. >> now since --
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these cases all involved unlocked doors or windows. obviously a very important reminder that you need to lock your doors and windows at night. eun, aaron. >> keep going up. aimee cho. thank you. bethesda apartment complex remains without electricity and water after a fire on saturday. more than 1100 residents in the promenade apartments were displaced after the fire broke out in the building's electrical room. six people were treated for smoke inhalation and another dozen taken to the hospital for other medical reasons. the fire caused more than $1 million in damage. no word on when everyone will be allowed to return home. a mother of four with twins and three men top nearly 50,000 runners at sunday's marine corps marathon. sarah bishop from fairfax crossed the
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2:45:07 to take the women's title. a man from arlington finished first first. for sarah bishop, her decision to run came nine days ago. >> i begged if i could register. i told her i was in shape and ready to do it. >> in nine days, she decides to run. >> she sort of trained for six months. she is a runner. >> clearly. >> she does the marathons regularly. >> she's an elite athlete. >> there you go. >> they're still verifying the times right now. >> the nbc4 family set up shop at mile 4 at the marine corps marathon. >> cheering for you. we wanted to make sure the runners were feeling the love from us. thanks to those who stopped
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showing people there to run the race to do -- there was a 10k, a kids run. a lot of supporters, of course. check out our photo gallery of all the excitement. open our app and search marathon. a big shoutout to one of our content producers on the team. brittany rom back who finished the marathon and is at work today. >> impressive. >> i saw the kids run on saturday. there were 3500 kids under the age of 10. >> excellent. >> that always makes me feel good. video games are tempting for kids. it's good to see kids run a mile. a lot of the local elementary schools. i was out there for the high fives. >> you ran a little bit. >> i did about 17 miles yesterday. >> that's a lot. >> i know. but when the race is 26, it doesn't look that impressive. >> golf cart for me. >> golf cart. >> seriously to get from the start to the finish. i went in the
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>> oh, aaron. what are we going to do with you? >> cloudy skies and thick pockets of fog early this morning. keep in mind. slow your speeds down a smidgen. 61. incredibly mild degrees here in town. light northeast wind. southerly winds increasing today. that should help scour the fog by mid to late morning or so. we should have just enough sunshine to get temps into the 70s today. visibility under a mile in montgomery county. under a mile now southern parts of prince george's county. under a mile visibility in fredericksburg. be careful early this morning for the fog. otherwise, if you can tell when you go outside, it feels humid. temperatures in the upper 50s to around 60 now. as you plan out your day, just enough sunshine in the first part of your day. after 4:00 or 5:00, rain becoming more and more likely. no rain just yet. take a quick peek of future weather. mainly just clouds between now and 5:00. after 5:00
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there's one steady band of rain that comes through between 9:00 tonight and 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning tomorrow. with any luck that, will push out of here. back to rain-free conditions by tuesday commute. a close call. don't plan to drive tuesday just yet. really mild today with showers moving in. best likelihood for rain sundown tonight until sunup tomorrow. highs tomorrow, still on the mild side. aaron and eun, one of my all-time favorite events in washington is tomorrow. >> uh-oh. >> the high-heeled drag race on 17th street. if you've never been to this, you've got to go one of these years. temperatures will be in the low 60s. that's good running weather. we'll call them the ladies. in quotation marks. meanwhile, the next ten days around here are going to be on the keeler side. highs only in the 50s on thursday. another chance for rain coming up sunday. jack taylor, we'll need a special traffic report f
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high-heeled drag race tomorrow. >> we need video. arkansas avenue in northwest remains blocked from an overnight crash. unfortunately, a motorcycle was involved. the investigation is ongoing. arkansas avenue closed through the morning rush hour close -- some of the foggy conditions, they've got fog warnings in effect at the bridge itself. 270 southbound, heard from users of waze. may be a crash. at this point, clearing the construction. topside moving from old georgetown road. blocking a single right lane. caused a slowdown this morning. but the cones and barrels are being pulled up as we speak. aaron, eun, back to you. >> thank you jack. water billings rising by hundreds, even thousands of dollars. but the news 4 i-team found customers aren't actually using more water. >> jody fleischer has more on the massive government project that you're likely paying for too and the big question, is it
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>> reporter: how closely do you look at your monthly water bill? you might not have noticed this one line with a really big charge. churches around our area couldn't help but notice when their bills jumped drastically by hundreds, even thousands of dollars a month. going up and up over the last few years. now it's hit a crisis level. >> you're looking at our budget for 2018. we can't balance it. >> the fee is paying for large underground tunnels to help keep sewage and storm water from overflowing into our rivers. it's a problem the district has to fix. but the faith community wonders why it has to pay so much. >> you have to wonder we cannot go up on our rates for our people to come into the church. >> at d.c. water. >> we look at every option. >> there aren't that many. >> coming up tomorrow on
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the -- we're working for you to see how d.c. water decides what to charge each property. why that amount will continue to grow. joedie fleischer, news 4 i-team. target is gearing up for the holidays. the retailer will roll out free shipping starting next month and says most of the holiday items are priced under $15. target will offer promotional deals on weekends during november and december. it's also watching to let online customers -- for friends and family who can make changes before items ship. with this report, i'm landon dowdy. >> you might need to check your kitchen this morning following a massive recall over listeria concerns. we're working for you to pin down what you need to know. according to a press release, they've issued the recall out of caution after traces of listeria were found
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this involved unprocessed vegetable products. the products were sold at giant retailers like walmart and trader joe's. look on the nbc washington app for the complete list of products. a lot of us have a friend or someone you feel really, really close to and april lot of us find that person to be lucky enough to have known you your entire life and i'm talking about siblings here. twins jenna bush hager and barbara bush jr. will promote their sisters first book. stories from our wild and wonderful life. i love that title. i want you to meet my wonderful sister, lee yang gam boa. she's on the right. you can't tell us apart anymore. peep didn't even think we looked alike when we were little. hanging out with her two youngest kids. she has four. she's a fantastic mother and wonderful human being. i'm going to show you more about our wonderful relationship as we talk a
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we want you to get involved. send us your pictures with your siblings. best sisters ever hash tag and send it in. i had to coerce her to come on. she doesn't like to be in front of the camera. >> have you heard? the bird is the word. weren't expecting that, were you? >> no, i wasn't. >> justin timberlake is the word. >> finally, we can't confirm the news. it's a story you want to sharon your facebook page. an online threat brings about extra police response at a school. i'm adam tuss. what you need to know about your students coming up. i'm chris lawrence in prince george's county with the kids from -- >> accokeek academy. >> we're going to show you when it comes to halloween costumes, you can -- >> do it yourselves.
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you do have time. >> you're doing halftime of the super bowl. >> justin timberlake is doing halftime of the super bowl. >> a decade after the so-called wardrobe malfunction. he address thad right away and said there is going to be no wardrobe malfunction, believe you me. >> unless it's deliberate. >> ironically he can be back there performing at halftime the patriots win with tom brady as quarterback and now 15 years later ee owe tom brady may be back in the super bowl as the quarterback again. >> isn't that crazy, right? >> 2002 the last time he performed at the super bowl. talking about justin timberlake. >> i can't believe it's been that long. he's so entertaining and talented. >> big fan. i think he's one. best. >> look at this picture behind us. they said the washington


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