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trying to figure out who killed a man inside a home there. a lot of news to get to this saturday, august 22nd. thanks for joining us. i'm david culver. >> i'm angie goff. thanks for being with us today. >> a man locked himself inside a home, shot and killed a family member. let's get to derrick ward who is live from the scene with more. derrick? >> reporter: good morning. we are a couple blocks away. police set up a wide perimeter around the house. you can take a look here. this is essentially a play field at a school that's set up as a command post. the tragedy and i guess the excitement, not necessarily the excitement, but the quietness and tranquility of this neighborhood. this all started yesterday at 11:00 a.m. according to police a gunman shot a woman on 18th street.
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after that, he ran down the street, fired more shots and bolted in a house at 18th. the victim is a woman. she died on the scene. the suspected gunman said to be in his 70s hon holed up in the house since then. there have been negotiations. police are using a bull horn to get the person out. there's been no movement inside the house. response from folks that live around here say both people are neighborhood -- nobody is identifying anybody yet. they know the woman and the man involved as well. it adds to the tragedy of it all. >> i think the best part of it is that not just being concerned, but grieving, a sadness that this wasn't resolved and a life is gone.
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>> reporter: there's a wide perimeter set up around the intersection. negotiations will continue. what you see here is one of the staging areas for this. we don't know how long this will go on. of course there's going to be negotiations back and forth. again, we haven't heard anything from where we are. police said there have been no detections of movement inside the house. now, we are told by someone who is familiar with these folks, this may have stemmed from a landlord/ten tenant situation. the person who is suspected of shooting the woman may have been in the process of being evicted. we don't know yet if that is the case. police are keeping this area pretty much sealed off. you are going to have traffic issues if you normally drive-through this area, stay on south dakota, the bigger streets. the neighborhood streets are blocked off. more on this later. we are live in northeast,
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derrick ward, news 4. >> thank you, we'll check in with you later. a shooting on stephens road. police tells us someone shot a man in the het. they have not confirmed if he passed away. >> the other shooting we are following is the district's 100th homicide of the year. it happened after 3:00 this morning. someone shot a man on 54th street in northeast. the man was shot several times and died at the scene. no word on who may have done this or why. we want to turn to the weather. we are looking at 8:30. another great weekend to get outside. >> it is a beautiful weekend starting out in the 60s. we are getting warmer. >> we are. that temperature is shootinging right on up. we started in the hid-60s and we are already in the low 70s. some area started in the 50s. definitely a mild morning. the good news is the low
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humidity continues. we have small chances of rain here and there. we could see a few showers moving by on monday. that's the first day back to school for a lot of kids. otherwise, we have no rain out there right now thanks to the high pressure in charge and barely any clouds out there. we move through the low 70s. 70 in d.c. 66 in manassas. 64 in gaithersburg. if you want to get outside and do exercise, today is the day. tomorrow is equally as good. warm conditions. temperatures mid-80s today. temperatures moving through as we get into the weekend, beginning of the next workweek. we talk about the rain chances coming up in a few minutes on the seven day. >> thank you. we'll check back with you. police say a man is dead after officers found him unresponse with trauma wounds. they made the discovery at a home in rock port lane.
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they first went to the scene around 10:00 last night. they were there for a welfare check. detectives could not tell us about a motive or if there's a possible suspect. four metro stations are closed as they begin their track work. they will be closed through sunday night. free shuttle buses will take you around the stops. trains will run every 20 minutes on the red line and every 15 minutes on the green line this weekend. this morning, a firsthand account from the american men who tackled a possible terrorist. french officials say these three men helped stop the gunman. they were awarded for their brave actions. the french president will meet with them in the coming day toss express his gratitude. the suspect is from mor roqocco. they took him into custody. he hurt three people, including
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a member of the u.s. military. a french interior minister said the anti-terrorism prosecutor is in charge of the case. the stock market saw a more than 500 point drop for the dow in one day. experts saying it's not a reason to panic. the 30-point drop has to do with fears china's economy is slowing. oil prices are slipping. the u.s. economy is improving, so things on wall street will likely turn around soon. decision 2016 taking us down south to alabama. tears and laughter welcomes donald trump in mobile. he's leading the race for the republican nomination for president. presidential hopefuls -- he made
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a comment about hillary clinton and his controversial immigration plan. >> you don't walk over the border one day and all of a sudden you have another american citizen. it doesn't work that way. mexico doesn't do it. other places don't do it. very few places do it. we are the only place, just about, that is stupid enough to do it. >> so many people actually wanted to get into that campaign rally. organizers had to move it to a larger stadium last minute. about 20,000 people showed up for the speech. bernie sanders is reaching out to minority voters in south carolina. he will make two appearances. he denounced institutional racism in the american political and economic system. the vermont senator called for banning for profit industry and demilitarizing local police forces. he said as president, he would restore portions of the voting rights act struck down fwi
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supreme court. joe biden has not made an announcement, but they have started seeking out fund raising and deadlines. one of the chief concerns, the personal consequences as they mourn the life of bo biden. the rumble of motorcycles. a group of them on their way to new york city to the world trade center memorial. the america's 9/11 foundation started their day at the pentagon with a prayer service. riders were in pennsylvania visiting the united 93 memorial yesterday. they do it every year to honor the lives lost on september 11th. you can be part of the memorial today for late civil rights activist, julian bond. his family invites anyone interested to spread flower pedestrianals in front of the martin luther king memorial this afternoon. eleanor norton will join at
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3:00. the former chairman of the naacp passed away last weekend. he was 75. we are getting a full story behind this arrest after a wild carjacking and police chase. the suspect now charged in a second incident. this is minutes after he got out of jail. protesters taking to the streets of north carolina. an update on what happened after clas
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want to show you a unique perspective in the fight against wildfires. this is a helmet camera. it's videofrom a washington
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national guardsman from a blackhawk helicopter. crews are dropping water on the fire. as the wildfires rage out west, president obama declared a state of emergency. that's going to free up federal funds to help washington state. state officials also took an unprecedented step of asking for volunteers to help fight the flames. the fires burning more than 250 square miles. that situation is chaotic. officials say they don't know how much damage has been done. all is quiet after a night of protest and one arrest in charlotte, north carolina. people taking to the streets here after a judge declared a mistrial in the death of a former florida a&m football player. they shot and killed jonathan barrel. demonstrations were peaceful but s.w.a.t. members were called in when protesters banged on the gates of a nearby baseball park. they cuffed one man after a
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fight with an officer. feast your eyes on this. what a beautiful sight in national harbor. lauryn ricket
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the man police say is responsible for a series of crimes is back behind bars this morning. the man you see here in
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handcuffs on massachusetts avenue northwest carjacked someone moments after he got out of jail. when he did it a second time, officers say he set up a wild police chase. shomari stone spoke with the neighbors. >> reporter: 24-year-old guy hernandez is behind bars charged with car hijacking and armed assault. >> we have to be more cautious. >> reporter: the suspect carjacked a woman at the islamic learning station a half hour after being releaseed from the montgomery police station. the woman works here. how is she doing? >> she's doing better. yeah. little traumatized. >> reporter: cabrera hernandez put a knife to the woman's throat. when she backed away, he threw a brick at her and drove off. wednesday, he carjacked at woman
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in a honda crv in northwest d.c. what is your reaction knowing he carjacked someone here, then somewhere else? >> i don't know what's going through his mind. it's plain crazy, especially when you came out of a detention center. police tell us he took off running. officers arrested him on massachusetts avenue northwest. they say he admitted to the carjacking outside the mosque. you robbed his sense of security. >> i thought i needed to leave sooner. >> that was shomari stone reporting. news 4 tried to speak with both of the carjacking victims. neither of the women wanted to talk, one saying she was too traumatized. two parents arrested, challenged with killing their 10-week-old baby. robert faces murder abuse and sex abuse charges in the death
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of his daughter. he admitted to sexually abusing the little girl and shaking her until she stopped breather. the mother is being charged. she told police she saw evidence of the abuse, but did nothing to stop it. as officials are calling it a significant development in the fight against isis. the terror groups second in command is dead. he was killed in a u.s. drone strike in iraq this week according to the white house. an isis media leader was also killed in the strike. this morning, south korea says it is all ready for an all out war. dismantle the speakers broadc t broadcasting propaganda against the north. american and south korean bombers are flying in a show of force against threats from the north. all right. be ware of all the
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back-to-school traffic starting up this morning, american university students will begin moving into their residents halls today and tomorrow. public safety officers will be out with d.c. police to keep the pedestrians and drivers safe. classes start in a few weeks. when we talk about the kiddos going back to school. we will be out wednesday for backpack with kids in kingstown. we'll be there all morning long. you are going to be doing weather, amelia is going to do weather. we want to meet you. come bring a bag, help kids in need get off to an a plus start. >> it's going to be beautiful. >> thank goodness. >> kids are already back to school. >> crazy to me. as we go through monday, a lot of kids, more kids going back to school. summer is pretty much over. how is the last week shaping up? good today.
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we don't have the humidity we usually have in the summer. let's go to the map and show you what's going on. we have a wonderful weekend ahead. beautiful weather. it's a gorgeous start today. we are going to continue to see wonderful weather tomorrow as well. if you have plans today, the plans on the inside, then we will actually have, you know, nice weather to deal with tomorrow. but the humidity starts to creep back in. sunday night into monday, then you will feel just a touch of it on monday. this is going to be a great week as we see suny skies and temperatures in the 80s. 70 degrees is the temperature right now in washington. plenty of sunshine out there. the dew point in check. once it gets to the 70 degree mark, then you feel the humidity n. the 50s, you are in bonus territory. we started this morning chilly.
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temperatures in the 50s, low to mid-50s in the shenandoah valley. 70 degrees is the temperature in d.c. 66 in manassas. 66 in gaithersburg and 68 in leesburg. a wonderful start for the morning. no rain to speak of and barely any clouds. that's the high pressure in charge throughout the mid-atlantic. if you are traveling, you are looking good. you need a pair of sunglasses, even if you are exercising. looking wonderful throughout the day. get out and do it this morning. once you get to the half mark of the day, you don't want to exercise if you are like me. itis going to be a cool morning this morning and tomorrow morning. daytime highs mid to upper 80s. that's where we should be this time of year. if you are headed to nats park, looking fabulous. what a great night for a ball game. hopefully we can get to this one and win this as temperatures are going to fall through the low 80s and the 70s. not going to have to worry about
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anything. maybe a light jacket. if lows are settling in for the 50s and 60s. >> let's talk about hurricane danney that continues to weaken. just to dpif you a compareson, it's less than the size of pennsylvania. it is going to weaken as it travels through the antilles and islands. not looking too bad for the beaches. here is the four-day forecast. temperatures are going to be mid to upper 80s for the weekend. we'll be warm on monday. maybe a sprinkle and isolated shower we have to dodge on monday. tuesday, back to sunshine. we have the seven day forecast coming up. guys? >> thanks so much. hackers who exposed the cheaters on ashley madison posted it on the black market. >> we are going to post more.
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how the dark web is going to be how the dark web is going to be used
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i was at my shop tied up with a customer when i realized the time. i had to get to the bank before it closed, so i made a break for it. when i got out it was almost closing time. traffic was bad. i knew i was cutting it close. but it was ok. i use td bank. it's got the longest hours and stays open an extra ten minutes every day. i'm sid. and i bank human at td bank.
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welcome back. hackers of the ashley madison website that helps facilitate affairs posted that information on the dark web. it's something that you are not going to find with your average google search. >> what is the dark web and how
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do you find it? josh benson explains. >> reporter: the surface of the web is where we hang out. if you google it and find it, it's on the surface web. >> bank records are part of the deep web. part of the web, but you can't google it. you need to know where to work. as for the dark web -- >> people go on there to do things they don't want people to know. >> reporter: they say the dark web can be used for good. >> people can store information there. >> reporter: and a lot of bad. you can go there and purchase heroin, cocaine or marijuana, whatever you want and it is shipped to you. >> millions of dollars changed hands there. ashley madison, isis transactions, child important, some use it to search the web with privacy. is a way to get you there. the site claims it is family and
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friends concerned about privacy and search habits. >> businesses to protect secrets. advocates. make sure danger is reported regardless of the user once inside. >> they are bouncing from server to server continuously. >> providing a veil of privacy a few clicks away in the dark web. . >> caller: 57. right now, d.c. police trying to talk to man out of a house after he barricaded himself there. this is a live look at the scene. the man, the main suspect in a woman's murder. what we are learning about his connection through the victim. a local disabled veteran charged with destruction of property for painting a picnic table. saturday is looking nice out there. enjoy it. what lauryn ricketts says will creep into the seven day forecast. we'll check in with her after this.
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dinner feels a million years away, grab and go, let's take on the world with 100 calories, snack yoplait greek 100. there are hundreds of reasons to snack on it. at 9:00, we are following two developing stories. d.c. police investigating their 100th homicide. the last time the city reach thad number earlier this year was 2008. >> derrick ward is live right now in the brooklyn neighborhood where a murder suspect is barricaded inside that house, still.


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