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the transit agency and rider face tomorrow. plus we wanted to hunt downo and talk to of the biggest stars on the planet about his huge new movie. tonight, it's mission accomplished. >> announcer: news4 begins with t.a storm team4 weather al weather advisories arect in efight now, and that leads to flooding concerns for your monday. good eveng. i'm erika gonzalez. you can see just how much of our area is being impactedy this. we are in weather alert mode, and storm team4 meteorologist somara theodore is looking ahead to tomorrow. somara. >> yes, i am tracking our next chans for rain. with the saturation we received this weekend, flooding to be a major concern for your monday afternoon. .or now, we've still got rain in the ar even though this is the last of it, this was some heavy showers. i saw you guys on twitter. twitter was lighting up about the lightning and the thunder, just how crazy it was in areas like montgomery county all the way up into howard. let's zoom in and take a look. you can see the deep reds.
at's some heavy showers right now. this has a northward pull, g to continue to make its wayut f montgomery county into houred, impacting careful. after that, we're going to dry things out tonight, but we still do have the area under a flash flood watch until 5:00 a.m. and the lighter greens are flood warnings until midnight. coming up, i'm going to hp you plan your monday. i want to walk you through our rain chances and timing, andl weake a look at some accumulation. very interesting stuff i got. coming back to you, erika. >> somara, thank au. >> woman in ocean city was impaled in the chest by a umbrella this afternoon. witnesses told police a gust of wind lifted the umbrella off the ground. the incident happened about 3:45. somara checked on the weather at conditions at time, so she says that the winds were gusting about 20 miles an hour this afternoon there. ocean city officials say the woman was airlifted to the hospital. the 46-year-old was conscious,
but we are still worng to learn her condition tonight. last week, the force of the wind drove a beach umbrella into them ankle of a on the new jersey shore. all right. coming up tomorrow, a test of patience and planning for those riding metro. two red line metro stations are closedda for 45 . the closures of the road island avenue and brookland stations started yesterday, but tomorrow could be a real problem for h those wen't planned ahead. news4's darcy spencer is live in northeast with more on that. darcy? >> reporter: erika, as you know, with any of these big metros, storhe idea is you've got to be aware, and you've got to be prepared. if you rely on either of these two ations, you've got to make alternate plans to get to work. take a look.ight he this tells the story. station closed. no railservice. so come tomorrow, you can have a majorco enience. now, here at the rhode island
entiretation, the platform will have to be replaced, and that's because it's literally falling apart. chunks of concrete are worn down. it is also even. with this station in brookland closed, there's going to be no red line service. they do have freehuttle buses in place. we've been seeing them offered here this evening. commuters will be able to use those shuttle t buses to try get around these station closures. and there's going to be ad dedica bus lane on rhode island avenue to help speed things along. if you rely on metro to get to work, chances are you're going to be slowed down come tomorrow morning because even ifou don't use these two stations, the people who do may be using the yellow line. they may be using the green line. so yht find some additional crowding in places that you dma't ny have that. so, again, just to be prepared, have yourn alternate pn place. and as always, allow yourself some extra time.lo
these cres are going to be in place until september 1st. erika, back to you. >> darcy, i don't behind you, but i hear the crews. are they close enough to you? >> reporter: it's actually a piece of heavy equipment just sitting there ngidli >> wow. >> reporter: so it's very loud. but, yeah, i can tell you there are workers here. they were just here a few minutes ago. you can see some coming through right now. so the work is under way. he the station shut down yesterday, and it's going to be continuing for the next 45 days. back to you. >> thank you. for more information on how to vigate the shutdown, open our nbc washington app. switching gear a family in sterling dealing with a heartbreaking loss tonight. thei k sisterled by a hit-and-run driver, and police say that driver was her own brother. nancy moreno is being remfobered her compassion. her sister telling news4 that she had asked her brother to take her to the airrt
yesterday. the two apparently got into some sort of anrgument and moreno got out of the car on sully road. that's when witnesses say chael moreno ran her over and kept going. relatives say nancy was trying to getth her b some much needed help. >> s wasbeautiful, and she was caring, and she -- she just had a good heart. >> police caught upith moreno in anne arundel county. hisvi sng sister said he was at a casino gambling. moreno is charged with murder and felony hit-and-run. new tonight, a deadly shooting over a parking space is sparking outrage in florida and testing the state's coroversial stand your ground law. take a look at this surveillance video taken thursday oside a convenience store in clearwater. this all began after a mannf nted a woman who parked in a handicapped spot.
the woman's boyfriend, marquise mclaughlin, seen here in the black irt, shoves the man to the ground. that man then pulls out a gun and fatally shotclaughlin. the sheriff did not arrest the shooter because of the stand your ground law. it allows people to use deadly force in self-defense. mclaughlin's girlfriend and others are cinling the sho unjustified. >> he didn't do nothing wrong. the was j trying to protect. he loves his family, and you know, he did the best by us and g just wanted us to be str and safe. >> you cannot, just because you're pushed down and you're angry, fire at someone.hi i don't he has a right to do what he did. >> mclaughlin was shot in front of his 5-year-old son. a sheriff has referred the case to the prosecutor's office. more evidence tonight that president trump's overseas visit with russian president putin didn't go so well. a new poll released today by nbc news and "the wall street journal" shows just 2 of
people approved of the president's handling of the relationship between thendnited states russia. 51% disapprove. the poll also shows 46% of people think the mueller investigation should continue. 38% say ithould end. the poll was taken after mueller'sndtments against 12 russian intelligence officials. nbc news is going to break down whatll this means tomorrow on guthriewith savannah and hoda kotb. new at 11:00, contghversy to after a cvs pharmacist in arizona denied a transgender woman medication for hormone therapy. pharmacists in southern states can refuse toill prescriptions based on moral and religious grounds. hilldy hall went to fill her medication. the pharmacist rejected the prescription and refused to give it back to her. hall's doctor wrote her another prescription, which walgreens filled.
cvs and walgreens have policies that prescriptions must be given to another pharmacist to be filled. that didn't happen at thatcvs. cvs says it has since fired the pharmacist. >> remember, care, right?h we shouldn't be denied health care because of who we are. >> virginia and maryland are not included in that map, but the laws can also affect women who that happened to nicole ortega. ortega did eventually get her medicine filled. mission impossible. the series of films tom cruise has starred in. tonight, some got to see cruise in person in d.c. wit his newest installment in a rare move. the filmed premi in washington. >> reporter: so that right there is tom cruise, one of the biggest movie stars on the he's in d.c. tonight for the american premiere ofsi m impossible, fall out. we chatted with him and some of
the stars on the red carpet. >> you know what, i did the top gun premiere re, and iever got a school trip here, but i came here with family when i was a child. so this is- this is incredible. i love ts museum. been here many times. i never tire of , ever. >> reporter: i'll try not to give things away, but were tpare s when you were like, let's go harder, or we've got to back it up a little t? >> no. we're always go harder. did we go,ard enou you know? and that's -- of course when i broke my ankle, i was like, that was too hard. so that happens too. they try to give me some down time of doing stunts, and we're shooting other scenes. we try to lay it out like that so we're not piled up too much. so i'm not taking too much of a beating. >> reporter: how is tom cruise, the bona fide action hero, and tom cruise the dad? how are you the same, how are you different? >> i'm full-on action. that's my life. it doesn't change. we never stop.
>> reporter: tom crus still at it, talking to fans, local fans who waited for hours to see him to mission impossible opens up onwide of course here in d.c. on the 27th. i'm tommy mcfly, news4. >> a funnyhe moment on red carpet when tommy asked cnn's wolf blitzer why he got the cameo news anchor part over nbc moderator chucktodd. blitzer smiled and jokingly said, well, he's obviously not qualified to do this kind of stuff. all right. a whole lot of problems for drivers in one maryland community. see what we did there? reaction from drivers and how long this busy road is going to be shut down. and t,toni we remember our dear friend jim vance, who passed away one year ago today. a special tribute a little later in this broadcast.
"sports final." not sure you'll find a redskin more eager for training camp than chris thompson. how his injury fled the fire for a return. can a fired up scherzer climb up the standings? and reliving harper's heroic moment through the eyes of his dad. all that and more on "sports final" right after the news, right here on nbc4. 'll see you soon.we (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (soundf engine starting) ♪ ♪ wow. look at jim go. man, thcourtside seats?d. multitasking isn't for the faint of heart . i'm in! it takes experience, skill, hey babe. do you have my credit card? i can't find it.
khmassive se can be worse. the rains didn't help this weekend as this hole opened up in germantown. i that road shut down between middle brook road to crystal rock drive. news4's darcy spencer with what you need to know before heading out the door tomorrow. >> reporter: crews used heavy equipment to stabilize the road. a huge sinkhole formed on father hurley boulevard in germantown after a storm dumped seven inches of rain in just 12 hours. >> i hope the fix it soon. >> reporter: but it's not going to be a quick fix. a county transportation official says the road will be shut down for at least a couple of weeks while the water line is replaced. >> a ls of people use t way to get up to the store and get to the restaurants up here. i don't know how it impacts businesses too. >> reporter: this will have a major impac on commuters and people who live close by. father hurley is shut d middle brook road to crystal rock drive.
>> i knowome back roads to get around, but people that are commuting to work, it's going to ajor inconvenience for them. >> reporter: the hole is 15 to 20 feet deep. it was discovered by a polic:0 officer atin the morning. fortunately, no one was hurt. darcy spencer,4. ne here's a pretty sweet deal. free metro rides for a year if tu're a student in district, you are in luck. the kids ride free program. it's passing out free cards for the upcoming school year. to be eligible, you need to be a d.c. resident between t ages of 5 and 21, and be enrolled in dshool. the can be used to get to school and school-related activities. >> i think it's pretty cool. i think it's anasier way to you know, get around and everything. i think it's a good idea.e >> we h got a list of when and where students can pick up their cards. just head to the nbc washington app and search "student metro cards." che your kitchen
cupboards, your pantry. the company that makes ritz crackers i voluntarily recalling some of their products over salmonellas. fe a total of 16 varieties of ritz cracker sandwiches and ritz bits are on the recall list. they contain whey powder. that company that supplies the powder issued the recall because of a possible risk for salmonella. there are no reported illnesses so far.> some of the smallest babies in our area will soon be getting a unique birthday present thanks to a special charity. the objectopus for a preemie project. the dolls let the preemies feel like they're still in the womb and introduce them to their parents' scent. t shere holds crochet classes for people who want to get involved with this.
it's really nice for families in the nicu to know that even when they can't there, their babies have something to hold on to. >> i thought this was a cool way to make it a little bit cozier, a little warmer environment. >> so sweet. the toys are all sanitized before they go to the hospital, and they also have to pass pretty strict inspections to make sure they are safe for the babies. super sweet story there. we shift our focus back over to the weathou because ife tired of the rain, i'm sorry, but we have no reprieve in the days >> oh, no. coming days, i'm liking into next week. so here's the deal. we've got another soggy day ahead of us. i think monday is going to look a lot like today. we wake up to clouds. showers and storms begin in the afternoon. a little bit scattered. let's go ahead and answer some weather questions you're probably thinking about. are there going to be storms to trrow? yere will be some storms, primarily rain showers but of g course we'll some storms in there. then what about flooding?
defiy.tely a possibil i think it's actually more likely that we're going to see flooding tomorrow. any sunny days? i don't see any. not coming up anytime soon. what about next weekend? we've even got rain chances into next weekend. it's just -- it's crazyut there, folks. take a look right now at your radar and satellite. we do hn e some rill falling in the area. you canee down towards the district, areas like temple hills and then we move a little her north. this is a line of storms that is pulling northward that brought lightning through montgomery county. if you heard it roaring a saw that lightning going crazy, that was this storm. starting to lose a little bit of its zeal but still heavy rainfall right now. it is falling in howtyd coun. it's going to continue northward and then move out. the rain we'reno seeing we still have watches and warnings in effect. breaking it down, the darker green areas are under a flash flood watch until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. if you are living in the light
green areas like frederick county, anne arundel, parts of prince george's, under a flood warning until 12:00 a.m. just keep in mind that if you ow areas around where you live that are pasy orne to flooding, you definitely want to keep in mind that it's probably floodedovt this point. the past 12 hours, accumulations around 4.5 inches in calvert in the district, just under an inch in some spots. so maybe not asrutal as yesterday, but you're adding this on to what we saw yesterday. the end of the ek, we will probably see some areas seeing ore than a foot of rain in total. all right. futurecast. 7:00 a.m., we're dry. lots of clouds. as we move through the afternoon, here's 1:00 p.m. pshowers starting tok up and move through the area. kind of widely scattered at this point back along i-81. between going to be 2:00 and 7:00 where we're going to watch for that threat for thunders lrms. more thaely tomorrow will be a lot farther west of the district.
tuesday morning,ottill of rain out there. we are expecting these showers to ben and off throughout the day. taking a look at it by the numbers, ttures are expected to peak in the low 80s tomorrow. we're going to try and make it, but, remember, it's going to be really cloudy out there. we had a lot of rain today. we're going to have a lot of rain tomorrow. we're going to struggle toe hit th numbers. by tuesday, low to mid-80s. here's what erika and i were lking about. >> wow. >> maybe we could see some dry weather on friday. o we'll kee fingers crossed for that. >> maybe. that's ten days o there. she mentioned one dry one. still ahead, harper heats up as still ahead, harper heats up as the rain
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we have to blame it on the rain. a 1:55 rain delay started this one. once the game did get started, two on for anthony rendon. he didn't mind aite extra rest. lines this bal intoright.on e run comes in to score easy. bryce harper also being sent. f course not wearing his helmet. here's the row. bryce slides in safe. nationals out to a 2-0 lead. max scherzer on the bump in the sixth. strikes him out swinging. six innings, seven and two runs allowed for scherzer. after another long rain dela bryce harper staying hot. already with an rbi in the game, he adds toit, sending his 24th home run of the season over the wall in center. after more than three hours of rain delay, the nats finally beat the braves 6-2. the winds have changed blowing at this year's open championship.
tiger woods changing the narrative. wos spent time op the leaderboard in the final round and put up a fight till theend. tiger sinks a birdie putt on 14. wos finished tied for sixth at 5 under, his best finish at a major since 2013. francesc molinari trying to change italy's history at the majors. no italian has ever won until today. second shot on 18. a beauty from molinari. stops just a few feet from t cup. then he sinks the birdie putt, falls right in. francesco molinari becomes the first italian player to win a major championship. he takes home the claret jug at this year's open championship. now redskins training camp starts in just a couple of days. the first team practice isth ursday, and one guy champing at the bit tohe get outre is running back chris thompson. thompson had a great start to the season until a broken leg cost him the final six games of the season. the runningk b says he's ready to go and even admitted it's
been hard missing out on all these off-season activities. >> it's tough justut being of otas and watching them have so much fun out there. so i'meady to back out there with those guys and, you know, just have some funith alex and paul richardson and hopefully we'll be getti jordan back sometime soon. just to see the whole crew together. >> and from the sounds of it, it might be kind of
a year ago, jim vance passed away. everybody who worked with him felt his charisma, and we know you felt itoo because so many of you have e-mailed us and posted messages online abo his impact. david culver takes a moment to show everybody just how much we miss him. >> i have had the extraordinary privilege of working for almost half a century with some
absolutely marvelous professionals. today we mark one year since the world lost a light and d.c. lost a monument, and we at news4 lost our leader. we took a moment this past week to remember our friend and colleague. vance left behind a legacy with spokes from all walks of life. when we think abo all tha happened this past year, we can only imagine your commentary evoking the tears and cheers. vance's last interview was with ie bunch, the foundingdi rector of the national museum of african american history and culture. as it turns out, it was an emmy awardie winning inte vance earning his own place in that very smithsonian. it's a place where we can all go one day toee and hear that laugh. a year later, and we still miss the soul of our newsroom.
we're grateful f the time we had with him. >> vance liked to close friday evening broadcasts with my mood, and as we say good nighgo we're ing to play some of that song for you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪
ur ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ look, i never wanted to hebe the popular day. hey look, it's thursday! but in this place, it's just getting out of hand! hey thursday! popularity has always been friday's thing, and if friday finds out about this whole scene, trust me there's going to be drama! so, let's just keep all of this between us, hmm? thursday. friday! what's happening here? nothing. [ screaming ]
right now on "sports final." >> it sucks just being out of a otand watching them have so muchfun. >> chris thompson ready to roll for there dskins. >> i'm excited to finally get to practice again. there it is. >> as mrycees baseball history. >> i love him to death, man. he's a great kid.he >> hea pressure of being his dad. >> don't screw this up for both of us. and mamma mia.ou if y want tiger's tourney here, you'll recognize today's champion in scotland. we're totally in sync for this show. look,mom, chris thompson's over ere. >> hey, everybody. "sports final" starts now. ♪