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police want to talk to rose mcgowan. goorng and happy halloween 2017. it's an early morning yoga turning to dance party here in northwest d.c. we'll be joining you for the forecast and the fun involved with early morning yoga. doing yoga in costume. stay with us. >> you have to be a little loose to do yoga. it depends on what kind of costume. >> with that cape, you can do anything. >> chuck bell there. >> i think he had his suit pants on. >> be careful there. >> meteorologist chuck bell is out this morning at -- doing a little halloween celebrating. kicking off in northwest d.c. >> we're going to have a lot from chuck in a moment. we want to get to the forecast for trick-or-treaters.
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us more on what to expect. jackets tonight? >> long layers under the costumes. it is clear outside. 46 degrees currently in the district. we have clear skies around. we're going to keep the clear skies in the forecast throughout the day today. we're looking at numbers in the 30s. 37 degrees front royal. warrenton, 35. 36 in gaithersburg. it's chilly out this morning. it's feeling like halloween. we'll have seasonable temperatures throughout the afternoon. here is the forecast if the kids are walking to school or heading to the bus stop this morning. they want a warm jacket. by 8:00 a.m., still in the 40s. plenty of sunshine with temperatures topping out around 60 degrees today. so pretty nice looking day. we'll take a closer look throughout your halloween trick-or-treat time.
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let's check the roads with melissa. good morning. >> good morning, sheena. taking a look at the roads. inner loop after st. barnabas. a crash blocking two left lanes. you can see the delay at the bottom of the beltway. we'll check that out here in the next couple of minutes and see what's going on there. >> near woodyard road, crash reported there. not a direction on that one yet. we'll keep an eye on that. 270 southbound from 70 to the spur, you're okay. a little slow after 70 as you're headed southbound. after that, looking nice and clear here this morning. still single tracking on the orange line between vienna and west falls church because of the late clearing track work. guys? melissa, thank you. she'll be watching that. new alarming details about a grade tampering within the prince george's county school system. in just a few hours, we could learn more about this. independent auditors will turn over their findings to the state board of
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one high school employee tells news 4 that the investigation was tainted. news 4's justin finch is live in upper marlboro is a story only on news 4. justin? >> reporter: aaron, this whistle blower does not say who they are or where they work. but in an e-mail obtained by news 4, they are telling state officials that the two years of senior records, these outside auditors asked for were not only incomplete, they were also being changed as this new and independent audit was beginning. this e-mail goes on to read in part here that most schools had not done them, finished the records so schools were calling around to other schools to get them done before you all came. the whistle blower goes on to say the entire guidance office was shut down the entire day because we needed to get our files in order before you came to the school. county school officials telling us they want to hear claims like these. >> more voices we
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certainty there is that it will be an honest and transparent process. >> whistle blower also saying that several students did not meet core requirements. of course, the full independent audit is due in today to state education officials. we are live in upper marlboro, i'm justin finch. news 4. back in to you. >> thank you, justin. >> 6:04 right now. a man hired to protect students in montgomery county is headed to prison now for sexually abusing one of them. the director of security at richard montgomery high school in rockville. he had a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl. he took a plea agreement in this case. yesterday, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison and five years of probation. the man who lives in florida was arrested in connection connection to four sex assaults in fairfax county. cases go back more than 20 years. fairfax police say they now have
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an apartment in reston in 1995. he moved to florida last month. fairfax county -- he will be extradited to virginia in about two weeks. 6:0e 5 now. new video. take a look at what people saw on the irs building over nights. you see the images there. they show president trump and former trump campaign chairman with the caption follow the money. the video was projected on the building by the same person who projected anti-trump messages on the trump hotel in the past. today, manafort is expected to address the federal charges against him, including conspiracy against the united states. >> he and rick gates pled not guilty on all 12 counts in the russia investigation. they were charged with conspiracy and money laundering. the indictment says they misled the government even after they joined the trump campaign in the spring of last
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other big news, one of trump's former campaign advisers that he lied to the fbi. >> angie goff in the newsroom to explain what's going on with george papadopolous. >> we know that he pleaded guilty in the russia investigation. wanted to take a closer look at who this guy is and his connection to president trump. papadopolous was a foreign policy adviser to the trump campaign starting in march of 2016. according to the plea agreement, he corresponded with an overseas professor with kremlin ties. he promised him dirt on hillary clinton in the form of thousands of e-mails. the fbi interviewed papadopolous days after the inauguration and according to that plea agreement, he lied during that interview. papadopolous was arrest on july 27th. he pleaded guilty on october 5th. but the documents were kept secret until this week. the story continues to develop. aaron, back to you. >> angie,
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we turn to decision 2017. we're one week out from virginia voters heading to the polls to pick a new governor. if you plan to vote by absentee ballot, today is the last day to request the ballot be mailed to you. you have until saturday for in-person absentee voting. the latest poll from quinnipiac university has ralph northam leading gillespie among likely voters. 7% vfrpt made up their minds yet. the poll has a margin of error just over 4 percentage points. today, if you have to take 95 to work, that ride is expected to get much better on your ride home. the two-mile express lane extension near the garrisonville exit is opening. the southbound ramp near exit 143 will open to traffic this afternoon. the northbound ramp will open tomorrow morning. you won't have to pay more than
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lanes. >> fares are not supposed to increase at all next year. there won't be any more service cuts either if the general manager gets his way. metro gm paul wiedefeld proposed zero fare hikes or service cuts. if it passes, it would begin next june. new this morning, a college campus on alert. a gunman on the loose. the unusual description of the man on the run and what's being done to keep students safe. plus, puppies spreading more than just love. the health warning from the feds that you should know about. and our chuck bell is live in northwest d.c. this morning. >> i like the cape, chuck. getting in the halloween spirit. >> absolutely right. we've got the halloween cape on with the peacock and also the superheroes things on here to be a forecasting superhero and since we're in a an early morning yoga class, it can do double duty.
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trick-or-treating in fairfax. it's going to be a chilly one. temperatures dropping back into the 40s. more about the fun
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it is a halloween yoga dance party. >> wait, wait, wait. that's our chuck bell on the ground doing yoga. are you stretching? is that what he's doing? >> isn't that a pose? >> yes. absolutely. you got to stretch. without stretching, you get nowhere. >> and the dress shoes. >> that's what you call crying weatherman. >> i've got my lobbyist costume on. i fit right in here, don't you think? >> the last time i was
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a.m., that's a whole other story that didn't end well. >> temperatures in the chilly 30s and 40s. be ready for that. need to do your warmups and stretches before you get your early morning exercises in. >> before this week is over. you want to stay tuned for the extended forecast. we're here in northwest washington. we're taking some early morning yoga to stretch the old bones out. >> he can touch his toes. that's pretty good, chuck. he's a big-time runner. looking good out there, chuck. >> we can turn to traffic now, melissa. >> breaking news here in first 4 traffic. >> take a look. inner loop at st. barnabas road in oxon hill. >> chopper 4. zooming in five miles to show us the beltway. we're going to talk about this problem and others coming up.
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here at the live desk. >> an update on this unfolding situation at the university utah where all classes were canceled for the day. this after a person was found dead in a car near the campus. a lockdown at the school just lifted but the search for the shooter still on. he described someone in their 20s with a tattoo on his neck. details limited at this point. we'll continue to follow-up. now, back to you. >> angie, thank you. an arrest warrant issued for actress rose mcgowan. she's wanted for felony possession of a controlled substance. the charges stem from what an actress left behind on a united flight. the items tested positive for narcotics. but they wouldn't say which ones. mcgowan has been one of the leading voices against sexual harassment in
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she did not elaborate on who might be trying to silence her. more questions about a troubled hospital in d.c. the "washington post" reports that a patient died at united medical center after falling out of bed and pleading for help. >> in an audio recording obtained, you can hear the man screaming. the interim ceo for united medical center told the d.c. council an investigation was done and employees disciplined. this was one of many things in a long list of problems reported at president hospital. in august, its license to deliver and care for babies was suspended. questions have been raised about the private company hired to manage the hospital. it will now be up to the d.c. council will whether to renew the company's contract. this morning, we're learning more people have gotten sick from the bacterial infection linked to puppies. the cdc says 67 people have been
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the infection doesn't respond well to antibiotics. the puppies were sold at petland stores. there is a petland in fairfax. but it was not linked to the outbreak. we know dogs are a lot of work. so i decided to never get a dog. >> you have enough to do. >> you know my schedule. i work in the middle of the night. my husband is busy. three active children. no yard. >> checked off the reasons. >> guess what? >> you got a dog. >> i caved, big time. >> meet leo our new puppy. >> my kids begged for years. they laid it on thick. >> i'm going to go off to college soon. >> soon? not soon. >> soon soon. >> sometime. >> i don't know. >> i said, you know, i'd like to say you know that i got to grow up with a dog and got to take care of one. >> a promise they could handle the responsibility and e
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walk him. >> we took the time to make a schedule. i think that's a big part of it. >> look at his face. it's so cute. >> when you saw him, you really liked him and he's really cute. i think we showed you we could be responsible. >> wasn't daddy the one who wanted the dog the most. >> living life with leo and the family is in puppy heaven. >> i have so many stuffed animals that i will play with. now i have one that's alive. >> one i can actually interact with and play with it. >> this is a real live animal that might not know -- acknowledge that is we're there and he's super awesome. >> there you have it. they convinced me. this is leo in his lion costume. it makes sense, right? he didn't want anything to do with it. he was trying to get away from me and shake off the headdss
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family are dressing up as. tag nbc washington or use the #ready for halloween so we can share them in our newscast. we love to see the cute dog picks. >> go out with the kids tonight? >> yeah. take them trick-or-treating. >> i have a costume idea. i'll reveal it tomorrow. you have to guess what i am. >> okay. >> i'm going to do a little something. i'm going -- >> you are? >> yea. halloween spirit. >> are you taking jefferson out? >> how cute. what's his -- >> i don't know. >> breaking news. let's go to melissa. >> breaking news in first four traffic. >> chopper 4 zooming in for five miles. inner loop at st. barnabas road. it's a four-mile backup. only the two right lanes are getting by. this is quite a mess for folks headed through the area. take a look here. the rest of the beltway is looking quite good. let's keep
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on that. woodyard road. crash in the median there. connecticut avenue at weller road. crash reported there as well. updated on the -- i want to know all about trick-or-treating tonight and what we need to wear. sheena? >> melissa make sure you have the layers under your kids' costumes. it's going to be chilly tonight for the trick-or-treaters. once the sun goes down, temperatures will be dropping quickly. many suburbs had been in the 40s. chilly halloween but nice and dry. that is the main thing we're concerned about. warm up later this week in the 70s. then a cooler weekend ahead. i'll say that in a second. 37 degrees at dulles right now. 36 gaithersburg. 38 lorton. the kids need a jacket this morning. if they're walking to school, 7:00 a.m., mid-40s. 58 km in the 40s. feeling like halloween, close to
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[000:19:57;00] here's the future weather. going through the afternoon, temperatures close to 630. little cooler than normal for this time of the year. 8:00 p.m., many areas in the 40s by trike trick-or-treat time. tomorrow, clouds increasing. a cool day and a few sprinkles. your trick-or-treat forecast. 5:00 p.m., cool, sunny. 7:00 p.m., back down into the 50s. 52 degrees. like i showed you, many suburbs in the 40s by then. the normal high, that's 64 degrees. today will only be around 60. tomorrow, 59. look at that warmup. thursday and friday. we're going to be back in the mid-70s believe it or not. after a cool halloween, a cool wednesday, we're going to warm back up. then we cool back for your saturday. temperature only 59 degrees and some rain chances over the week yechbltd we'll take a look at the extended forecast. chuck is back with another check on halloween stuff. that's all coming up.
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all right. thank you, sheena. buckets of candy. >> 6:21 your time right now. >> followed at the mall by masked men. this was no halloween prank. what happened next has police asking for your help. road rage ends with a home invasion. a terrifying story about how his family was attacked. >>started looks like you found a better way to do this, dad. organic, non-gmo feed. 100% veggie diet. if i can raise you two, i can raise anything. perdue.
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raising more organic chickens than anyone in america. independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say
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get hung up on when a game is educational. to teach valuable lessons like problem solving. plan a game with a them. >> why does a character go there? why is it important to pick up the power ups? >> kids love to explain and teach and love to feel like you respect them as an intelligent person. >> even though you're playing along with the kids, you want to monitor the amount of time they're playing with tablets. make sure it's age appropriate as well. back to you guys. >> our thanks to susan hogan. all this week, we have stories on digital addiction. tomorrow, we'll look at the impact the devices have on our brains. do we want to know? if you want to learn more, we really do. head to the nbc washington app. playing the lottery is always a game of chance. for some people, playing in our area, turns out they had no chance at all. the now infamous overpass
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where a down on to i-66 is slated to be demolished. i'm adam tuss, i'll tell when you that work will start coming u p. good morning everybody. quiet start to the day here. a little stretching. a little early morning yoga to help you get your day started in just the right way. we're out here live in d.c. and having a grand old time doing yoga. it's trick-or-treat day. be careful outside. some safety tips for the kids. number one. devices down. heads up. watch where you're going. watch out for the cars on the road as well. only cross in the crosswalks. no crossing in the middle of the block. the devices down, heads up goes for adults as well.
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a lot of ghosts and m mark herring,
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candidate for attorney general, dams do to women's health? adams argued before the supreme court to give employers control over your access to birth control. adams also supports giving employers the power to block access to affordable contraception for 1.6 million virginia women. and adams opposes abortion even in cases of rape, or incest. john adams: wrong for women's health. wrong for virginia. good morning everybody. halloween is here.
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of course, we have a forecast >> it is? >> it's changing. >> into a pumpkin? a ghost? >> but we're still going to help you get out the door. >> a yogi, how about that? chuck bell is out live on assignment. >> let's get your weather and traffic first. melissa, you have breaking news, right? >> in prince george's county. look at this backup in oxon hill. chopper 4 zoomed in for five miles to show you this picture. inner loop at st. barnabas road is where the crash is. it's a four-mile backup. only getting by on the right side of the roadway now. you can see on the map how bad this is. this is not typically a spot we see the slow downs. a heads up if you're headed out sometime soon. prince george's atwood yard. silver spring, connecticut avenue. rest of the beltway, not so bad. metro, no longer single tracking. >> speaking of orange, we're all
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in orange today f >> melissa and i decided to dress like pumpkins even though they're not pumpkin costumes by any means. we're wearing orange because of halloween. if you're headed out this morning, soon you'll be walking out to temperatures in the 30s. for many of the suburbs, you want the jackets. mid to upper 30s. it is getting colder outside. the coldest, sunrise, for halloween tuesday, it's looking perfect for school or whatever you're doing today. later tonight, once the sunsets, it's going to get chilly out there. layers under the costume. a closer look at the halloween forecast in a bit. >> thank you, sheena. it's 6:31. here's a look at the other top stories. former trump campaign chairman, paul manafort is expected to address the charges against him. manafort and his business associate, rick gates were indicted on 12 counts yesterday in the russia investigation.
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the charges include conspiracy against the u.s. and money laundering. both have pled not guilty. another former trump campaign adviser admitted he was in touch with russians during the campaign. >> independence auditors with the maryland state board of education will try to turn over findings in a grade tampering investigation. one prince george's county school employee tells news 4 the investigation is tainted. records have been fixed after word spread of an investigation. prince george's county ceo kevin maxwell denies the allegations. >> officials are raising questions about the incredible rescue story we heard about last week and the two women lost at sea. the coast guard says they never activated their emergency beacon. the "uss ashland" found the women about 900 miles southeast of japan. the beacon was on board. the women told the associated press they didn't use the beacon because they didn't feel they were in imminent danger. now to a story of a young woman's life cut short.
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another forever changed after a 12-year-old boy jumped off an overpass on i-66 over the weekend. a driver on the road below died. her name was marisa harris. she was 22 years old. police are treating this accident as an attempted suicide. >> they're looking for answers as to why it was so easy for the boy to go over the side of that overpass. adam tuss is live along 66 with a look at what's being done about this problem. adam, what are the plans? >> reporter: the plan calls for actually taking down this overpass, eun. take a look. there's the railing right there that you can see. but there's no protective fencing on the cedar lane overpass. of course, that's where the 12-year-old fell down on to 66 below. the plans here call for a complete demolition of the cedar lane overpass. it's all part of the i-66 outside the beltway project. there are actually awe number of overpasses along this border going to be taken down. that is something that v-dot
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will be working on. the start next year. this is something that's really in the near term here as far as when this bridge is going to be taken down. why didn't it have a fence all the way across? the bridge was built in 1963. and by those standards, the bridge was actually up to date. take a listen to v-dot. >> it met the standards when it was built in the '60s. so we followed the standards at the time which are constantly changing. >> reporter: what's going to happen now is when the bridge gets demolished and a new one goes in place, a new overpass. it will have another pedestrian walkway here, but it will have a fence all the way across. that's the safety upgrade coming now to this notorious overpass. guys, back to you. >> adam, thank you. a prince william county father says a group forced their way into his home and attacked his family. he's sharing his story with us
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in hoepts to catch the people responsible. >> crazy. with guns, with knives. everything. unbelievable. >> prince william county police state trouble started during a road rage incident last friday in woodbridge. the suspects followed a 19-year-old man home and forced their way into the house. they attacked everyone inside. one of the suspects, we understand, a woman pulled out a gun and threatened the family. they all took off in a black honda civic with a yellow stripe on the side before police showed up. a scary situation at a local mall has police asking for your help. take a look at your tv scene. montgomery county police want to see if you can help identify the two suspects in the surveillance photos. they say a woman was followed by three masked people at the westfield wheaton mall earlier this month. the woman says she was assaulted and threatened with a gun. three people stole her wallet and took off. if you have any information contact police. house of cards is the hit show filmed here in maryland.
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the reason the can look forward to next. chuck is hanging out this halloween morning in northwest d.c. >> all right. what are you doing out there, chuck? >> reporter: it's an early morning yoga class here at flash club d.c. and a lot of people are here in costume doing yoga. the dragon outfit not good for yoga. if you're doing picture taking of your costumes, be sure to tag us. ready for halloween. we'll show you retweet love and get you ready for the day ahead with the forecast. it's going to be a chilly one from fairfax to montgomery to prince george's county. be ready for temperatures in the 40s. you'll need your warm cape on.
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stay with us. breaking news in first 4 traffic. in oxon hill, take a look at this major delay.
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inner loop at st. barnabas road. we were at a four-mile delayment now it's about two miles. still a mess. still have to leave early if you're headed out this way. we do have the roads. a three-car crash out of the way this morning. we still have a delay but not quite as bad as it was. aaron? thank you, melissa. it's a little bit of yoga and dance party and all halloween. >> there you go. super weatherman, chuck bell. he's at flash club d.c. off u street this morning with the forecast. although, chuck, in our hearts, you're super weatherman every day. >> well, thank you very much. super forecast improved today for sure. we're at 645 florida avenue northwest. if you want to come by, we're handing out free doughnut and coffee after yoga class here at 7:00. come on down and join us. i'll be happy to let you have one of these.
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i think it's unfair of me to hold the fresh doughnuts whe care of themselves. it's ghoulish, isn't it? in prince george's county. temperatures start out in the 50s. the longer you wait after dark, the colder it gets. it's better to wear a beard. dress warmly for -- sheen is talking about a warmup. 75 degrees on friday. that will be awe some of the stay with us for more -- >> should have dressed him up as a ham. >> no costume required. russians influencing you in your feed. one post at a time. just as the results of an audit claims of grade changing in prince george's school
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ares independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say
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i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable. charges in the russia probe. >> these defendants are looking at decades in prison. >> allegations of money laundering, tax fraud and the first clear connection to the trump campaign. how one of the key players is making a new move today. >> monitor your feeds. the big reveal on how the social media sites were involved in election meddling. grab and go. your cell phone makes you a target. the news 4 iphone reveals a high tech hurdle and why the thefts are getting more violent. it's mega millions. >> trying your luck with no chance of winning. the glitch that took your money and what you're supposed to do about it now. it's 6:45.
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new alarming detailsbo the prince george's county school system and in a few hours we could learn more about the situation. >> independent auditors will turn over the findings today to the state board of education. one high school employee tells news 4 that investigation was tainted. news 4's justin finch is live with a story you'll see only on news 4. justin? >> reporter: aaron, news 4 got an e-mail that this whistle blower saying they saw student -- getting fixed as the independent audit was getting up and going. in this e-mail, they're e-mailing that several graduates at the prince george's county high school did not meet core requirements. they're claiming that the assistant and counselors changed student records. they go on to say there were numerous tallies for graduation credits not completed and still not completed and some of the
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tallies that we worked were properly dated dated at all. the whistle blower did not bring the concerns to them. >> allegations are made through the media or through other means without providing information to the system, we can't correct it. >> of course. the report it due in a matter of hours. from there, the state will assess their own findings. justin finch in upper marlboro. >> now to the russia investigation where we are expecting hear from paul manafort today. his attorney says that he will address his charges. manafort and his business associate rick gates were indicted on 12 counts yesterday which include conspiracy against the u.s. and money laundering. both pled not guilty. the biggest news perhaps concerns former trump campaign adviser george papadopolous. he admitted that during the campaign he was in touch with
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russians. it was said they had kremlin kelly addressed the news last night. >> all of the -- it was long before they ever met donald trump or had any association with the campaign. i think the reaction of the administration is let the legal justice system work. >> manafort indictment never explicitly mentions the trump campaign but it accuses manafort and gates of misleading the government even after they joined the trump team in the spring of 2016. another piece of russia investigation will play out on capitol hill today. executives from facebook, twitter and google are testify before a senate committee. facebook is expected to say an estimated 126 million americans received russian-backed material on the website during the campaign. they say it was likely difficult, if not i am pour, ur possible for users to tell.
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the iphone x, if you get it, you want to smartphone thefts are getting more physical. >> in a recent series of cases, phones are being snatched. including here on metro platforms. surveillance video shows the aftermath of some of the cases. you can see the criminals running off and the victims running after them. but it's not just happening belowground but aboveground as well. doughnut shops and pharmacies. they've made progress because of bricking, being able to disable the phones. because of the thousands of thefts, a rising number of them got physical. including marian harding who had hers stolen. the man responsible took off on a metro train. >> snatched the bag off my hand add was gone like a rocket. each if i were his age, i could never have chased him or caught up to him. >> police say you must be vigilant. >> try to stay away from the doors as they're opening and closing. you will have people standing on
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the platforms waitsing for the >> tonight on news 4 at 11:00. what you have to do to protect your phone and yourself. you'll meet a woman you won't believe the building from which her phone was taken. scott macfarlane. news 4 i-team. ten minutes before the hour. we know the odds of hitting the mega millions jackpot are pretty small. 200 people who played in virginia last friday had no chance at all. 180 tickets were sold statewide that had a zero chance of winning. the virginia lottery had some sort of technical problem with the updating of the gaming system. >> the chance of winning i is .00000033 i think. a little better. some of the tickets were produced to the previous rules of the game. that made the tickets worthless. you have to find out whether there will be a refund or something. now you've heard that the hit show netflix -- the hit
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netflix show "house of cards" is >> they're considering spinoff shows. one could center around actor michael kelly. he plays doug stamper. another storyline fans would love focuses on robin wright. she plays claire underwood. this after kevin spacey was accused of sexual abuse. we have breaking news in traffic. >> melissa, what do you have? >> continue looking here at this picture from chopper 4. right now, inner loop at st. barnabas road. got a two-mile backup. we finally have gotten some of this out of roadway. that not looking hot aught the bottom portion. tell us what you see here the last couple of minutes, brad? >> melissa, a couple times they have blocked. you still see the last of the flashing lights there in the center of the screen. let me show you this.
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as i zoom miles away, you can see temple hills, camp springs and finally joint base andrews is just where we are sitting here. the back of the line is not moving quickly. we're seeing delays stretch back on the inner loop. reporting live from chopper 50, back to you. >> one problem now. this is looking good. 270 northbound and southbound at montrose road. no major problems. rest of the beltway okay. no other major issues into town or out of town. let's take a look at the travel times just to see how we're flowing. 270 south, top of the beltway. typical slowdowns. 66 inbound and 95 north again both looking normal this morning. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm. now over to sheena parveen. >> it's chilly outside.
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as you make your way out the door, you want a dry roads, we're not dealing with the rain an the wind that we had yesterday morning. bus stop, kids need a jacket. recess dry, but chilly. trick-or-treat weather. looks perfect. temperatures in the 30s for much of area. 43 leesburg. 37 dulles. 34 manassas. 39 fredericksburg. going through the afternoon today, we're only going to top out around 60 deechgs. nice and dry across the area. if you're walking the dog or need one to walk and adopt, this is available. lucky dog animal rescue. find out how to adopt her. by noon, temperatures mid-50s. by the afternoon, sunny cool. topping out around 60 degrees. as we go through the day today, again, we'll be nice and dry. then for the trick-or-treaters, once the sun goes down, look at the temperatures in the 40s. it is going to get cool out there for the trick-or-treaters. maybe layers under your costume. tomorrow, more clouds move in and sprinkles around the area too. don't forget, we have daylight saving.
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take a look at the extended forecast coming up in a you know chuck is doing yoga in a halloween costume. that's a lot at this hour. >> oh, wait. we've changed costumes. >> now what's happening? >> this is a cyclops from my wap a little earlier on. this is the intergalactic rock star jacket. i needed to put a jacket on for the children. >> i couldn't decide elton john or some sort of michael jackson thriller. nonetheless, very spirited out here. come on down and join us. 645 florida avenue, northwest. we have free coffee and doughnuts from the treat truck which we'll be handing out after 7:00 this morning. get a selfie. i'll probably be back in my superman cape by the time you get here. it's going to be a fun day today. come on down and -- florida
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avenue northwest. here on the u we'll be chilly. temperatures into the 40s. you'll need a jacket. probably the full sleeves, i recommend. >> chuck bell. we appreciate you this morning. here are four things to know. an eye-opening report will come out today that parents need to know about. independent auditors will turn over findings from the prince george's county grade tamperi tampering -- >> paul manafort is expected to address his charges in the russia investigation today. manafort and his business associate rick gates were indicted on 12 counts yesterday. the "today" show will have the latest on the investigation and a look at where the special counsel could go from here. the cedar lane overpass along i-66 in northern virginia will be demolished and replaced. that is the overpass where a
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12-year-old boy jumped over the week yind and landed on top of an suv. adam tuss has updates on twitter. there is an extra two miles of express lanes on 95 near garrisonville road. those lanes open today and are expected to help your commute through stafford county. the southbound ramp opens this afternoon. the northbound ramp opens tomorrow morning. you can get all the updates on the nbc washington app. man, have we been waiting for that. >> taking a look at one problem on the roads. inner loop at st. barnabas. chopper 4 zooming in to show us this nasty backup. that's about a three-mile backup. you can see it circled on the bottom of the screen. everything else, fingers crossed, is looking pretty good. >> the extended forecast for the trick-or-treaters. in the 50s. many suburbs in the 40s. by the time you head out, nice and dry. that's all we care about. it is going to be chilly. feeling like halloween. tomorrow, sprinkles in the forecast. look at thursday and friday.
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we're back in the mi take your flipflops out, eun, over the weekend. a little chilly but we gain an hour of sleep. we fall back sunday morning at 2:00 a.m. we'll gain that hour. but the sun will set around 5:00 p.m. on sunday. >> that's always a little painful, right? >> i know it is. >> thanks, sheena. that is the broadcast this morning. we appreciate you waking up with us. >> the "today" show it next. we'll be back in to minutes. local news. here's a live look from chuck bell's live loca looks like you found a better way to do this, dad. organic, non-gmo feed. 100% veggie diet. if i can raise you two, i can raise anything. perdue. raising more organic chickens than anyone in america.
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