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because i've worked across party lines to get things done. that's how we can fix congress and make it work for us again. developing at 11:00, the all clear given aer a suspect causes a major stir at a starbucks.rginia police say he claimed to have a bomb. we're going to reveal the signs amazon's highly sought
after second headquarters will soon call our area home ♪ a bittersweet celebration of the sabbath, an one week after the devastating it synagogue shooting. erws4 at 11:00 starts now. good evening, ody. i'm erika gonzalez. the all clear given after terrifying moments in falls church. a suspect accused of walking into a starbucks and claiming that he had a bomb. our cameras capturing the dramatic take down. news4's corey smith was just feet away from where was going down. you had a front row seat to there.t tell us w you've learned tonight. >> reporter: erica, we found out exactly what happened in the encounter between that suspect and the emp here at the starbucks before they came running outside. as you can see behind me, the businesses have closed fortnight. everyone has gone home.
police left around 9:00 havinge arreheir suspect after a lengthy negotiation that all began with that bomb threat. this was the climactic end to a stand i don't find that just before 4:00 this evening. police say this man was intoxicated when he walked into thstarbucks. he told employees he had a bomb in his bag. two hours later he emerged from the back of the store and surrendered to officers. >> i don't come over here this happens. just crazy. >> reporter: erika had just arrived to grab cfee and immediately knew something was wronging. > everybody running out saying there's a gnse with a bomb. >> reporter: she started run >> too. ith the suspect in custody, police moved onto the work of inspecting the backpack. as the crowd ofat spes grew, two robots moved in picking up the bagging in an effort to get it open. finally after four stress-filled
hours the contents spilled out. no bomb. >> made the threat. we wantur to make se there's no they're the with the back. b >> reporter: t may not have been a threat but the suspect could have been. >> it way a v smart move on the employees part. they did the right thing by evacuating everybody. >> reporter: after thesuspect taken into custody, police took him to the hospital as a precautionary measure. tonight tnre's no word his health condition. we're waiting for exactly what charge he will be facing. back to you. >> corey smith in falls church for us tonightha with t incredible video. thank you. new tonight, a woman i and main behind bars after what police are calling a domestic related homicide. he faces murder charges. arlingto county police tell us he killed natasha riviera. officers found her body inside a hotel room this morning and
arrestedhe suspec we're looking to find out how the pair are related and how the victim was killed. new at 11:00, the montgomery county school superintendent responding to the alleged rape of students inside a damascus high school locker suom. oena the dr. jack smith released a statement saying in part, "nexteek montgomery county publicools will be eaking with students across coot county about issues of hazing, bullying and harassment to ensure they know this not acceptable and know how to report it if they see it or experience five students face second degree rape or attempted rape charges. police say the incident happened after school wednesday. the school says members of the jv football team were involved. detectives tell us the four victims are boysir for the time since the fire package of maryland football coach d.j. durkin, the team took the field for a game
today. before kickoff, they took a knee around jordan mnair's number 79. he died following a rkteamwoout. more on the controversy and the game against micgan state ahead in sports. so just in the last few hours an, the nat nal weath service confirmed an ef1 tornadn touched d in mt. aere. the winds knocked f overces and roofs. some of the worst daniel was at at twinpprch sg center right here. a viewer's cell phone video shows the inside of this t.j. maxx or some off the ceilings just collapsed. that same system produced a ef-1 tornado in baltimore that killed two people inside amazon distribution center. this is what the building looke now. you can see where a massive hole is in that building after a 50-foot wall collapsed late last night. one victim died at the hospital. firefighters found a second
person dead early this llrning. right. switching gears now, we are getting a sense tonig crystal city may be the city for amazon's second headquarters.ng "the wasn post" reports amazon is in advanced discussions to move to northern virginia. the report points out that the city's top real estateeveloper has pulled buildings off the leasing market. some other reasons the cityso i attractive, you've got metro access, proximity to ragin national airport, officedi bus ready to use. last week, virginia governor ralph northam told bure chief julie kerry thathe state has shown amazon four locations in northern virginia. >> whether amazon chooses viinia or not, we have done everything that i think we can to offer them a good package. >> an announcement could come after the midterm elections. azon, butt yet from let's dive deeper into this.
let's talkbout why this is such a big deal. amazon's second headquarters is expected to bring back 50,000 jobs. is the average salary more than 100,000k. the project would be a $5 billion investment to name a few. all right. a week agot, toni in other news, we were asking the question why. a gunman went on shooting rampage inside a pittsburgh synagogue killing 11 ople. over the last 24 hours, tens of thousands aatended sa services for the first time since the shooting. matt bradley with the healing that is far from over. ♪ >> reporter: jews have celebrated shabbat the sbath every weekend thousands of years. but you this shabbat was different. >> it's very painful but it's healing. it's a sadab t. but i remember them with joy. >> reporter: one week aft the attack, jews and jent tiles in
pittsburgh, across theco try, around the world, coming together to observe shabbat last night and today. because i can't think of anything more important than all people from everywhere joining together and making a big dutl a what's happened. >> reporter: rallying around the social media #show up for shabbat started byca the ame jewish committee. >> there's a sense of solidarity and we're all in. his togeth >> reporter: in pittsburgh, the synagoguremains a crime scene. is he the faithful and friends gathered outside. the rabbioing a special prayer for two victims, brothers th disabilities who were among the dead. >> they were suc to the community. angels given to us full of love and joy. >> for manynon-jews the ervices were as much an expression of solidarity as
spirituality. >> i just wanted to show that i >> reporter: a kind of caring that bridges faiths. >> it makes uson sr and it brings us together in love. >> reporter: just by showing up for shabbat. matt bradley, nbc news, new york. a gunmans posed a customer before killing two people at a florida yoga studl. we show you the killer's ties to our region. and we realize that jus because the calendar says november that, doesn't mean that severe weather will not reach across our area. we're going to talk about the sunrise and you still have time to mov your you still have time to mov your clock back befe torrowor kaine: weliberty and justiceto a flag not for some, but for all. i want a virginia that works for all, with economic opportunity and a chance for a good life. i'll work with anyone to build that virginia. we can't let our leaders divide us
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and then opened fire at a yoga studio i floridaas ties to our area. scott beierle was a former teacher in anna run dal county. police in tallahassee are stille trying to figut what motivated last night's shooting. two women were killed before he killed f.hims people in a neighborhood in the district heard about an upcomingar illegal marijuana pty and tipped off police. and take a look what police found inside if the heads-up barber shop last ght. they confiscated jars full of marijuana as well as a loaded gun. police arrested 17 people at the shop on new york avenue in northeast. charges include possession with the inten distribute and possessing an illegal firearm. police say an officer was
assaulted during the arrest. selling marijuana is a crime in c. but private recreational use is allo gd. we'reng to talk a lot more about this video i because involves a teacher. a teacher pummeling a student. a teacher pummeling a student. tonight, parents a meet aime hoeber.er self proclaimed mo of the chemical weapon corp
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robert covlasic from our sister station in l.a. spoke with very angry parents. >> tearfulru andrated parents gathering outside a maywood academy tonight talkingo about this vid a confrontation captured on phclassmates' celes between a teacheren a student. >> he started saying is racist comments towards them, a lot of n that's when rielly got really angry. >> reporte in the video, kuck hear the teacher marston rielly warn him to get out of his classroom. the 64-year-old appears to be repeatedlyng p the student with cell phone in hand.ha the c continues more than 30 seconds before an adult and students break it up. >> i've seen the kid bleeding from the face. >> rnorter: the freshma rushed to the hospital. teachered. >> ooze always happy. >> while some students stand by
their teacher, some parents are so forgiving. >> the fact he's hitting a child isriot ght. >> reporter: mayhem at academy inside the music room is triggering warning bells among concerned parents snoornts really hard to see. robert covlasic says they are extremely w disturbed bhat happened and working with the authorities on this. all right. switching gears, just three days to go till the midterm elections. more than 30 millionri ans have already cast ballots. arly voting numbers have eclipsed theots from the midterms. virginia more than doubled the turnout. today was the last day of absentet voting fairfax county. more than 73,000 people voted early inty fairfax co news4 is your go to source for decision 2018. our team of experts will be working for you all election day. tune in 7:30 tuesday night for an nbc4 election special right after "nbc 'lghtly news."
have the early results as polls we begin to close. the updates will kee com throughout the night rights4 through new at 11:00. now, your srm team 4 forecast. >> good evening, everyone. we talk about the temperatures slowly getting cooler across our area. right now, we' 49 degrees currently the temperature. that's inside the beltway. i'll show you temperatures in the 30s across much of the viewing area. now, things to w remember,t to remember, of course, as i mentioned at the top of the hour, severe weather could happen at any a time any month in the year across contract washington metropolitan area.ur make you stay safe. sunrise is a big deal tomorrow mornin 6:39. here is the, sunset at 5:04. so in other word if you're hanging around after the redskins game, it's going getting dark. temperatures plenty of 30s to go around. martinsburg, west virginia, win chessare. . . degrees also from manassas.
warmer in town. annapolis also. when you're dealing with the chesapeake bay, you have warmer temperatures across the bay. here comes the rain. it starts to move across the area. 3:00 a.m. sunday, the clouds have invaded the area. rain showers moving from the potomac highlands into the washington area. haveour umbrella for monday. rain moves in for monday. annapolis that lineho ofrs not severe as of yet. we'll keep account clouds in through monday and into the area and then tuesday we'll start to clear out across the area with that, here's the forecast everyone for tonight. 40he degrees temperature in town. winds will be diminishing, f temperaturesling into the 30s across the outlying areas. for the rest of the day, for your 5egrees will be for the forecast for tomorrow. again, standard time setcl your ks back. you still have time for that when you wake up in the morning because it will be getting dark quite early for tomorrow.
and for the foreseeable future. with the good news, for the game tomorrow, weather will be fantastic for football. 52 degrees. by kickoff, about 55 degrees. double nickles for you folks o there. 57 degrees. a nice day for football across the washington as we start to talk about the next several days, we'll stretch it out. notice after we our clocks back, periods of rain monday and tuesday. wednest.y we dry which is good. then the rest of the week, it is november, eryone. be thankful for these temperatures in the 50s and 60s because it chilly sunday, monday.ld tuesday, we ce looking for a low of 32. >> whew. thank you so much. it is november after all. thank you, sir. so the caps started a long homestand tonight but foundem selves down to the stars early on.oy could thes in red battle could thes in red battle back to get a w on home
to execute a search warrant when wor an arrest warrant, we'd line up and we'd put our hand on the shoulder of the person in front of us. you always knew who had your back. with all the money in politics, it's hard to say who has our backs. i worked in federal law enforcement and at cia serving the american people, not special interests. i'm abigail spanberger. i won't take money from corporate pacs because in congress, i'll always have your back, and that's why i approve this message. before he was attorney general, brian frosh led maryland's fight to clean up the bay. so when donald trump's epa attacks our clean water laws, frosh is leading the charge to stop them. attorney general brian frosh. hey! hi! congrats on ranking highest by jd power
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this is the xfinity sportsdesk. >> the caps are looking to do the lloyd christmas tonight and totally redeem themselves. last time they were on the ice, they lost to montreal by giving up three goals in the last three minutes of the game including an nhl recd twooals in two seconds. tonight the caps hosting the stars to a open five-game homestand. ovechkin and company looking for since irst home win october 17th. caps down one early. braden holtby's pass intercepted by tyler pitlick. nice play. sticks in the back of the net. nice play for the stars unfortuno,ely. up second period. caps itheve offensione.
backstrom he loves lamp. light it up. third goal of the year. dallas lead t cut one. i'm glad you like that. on the power play,vgeny kuznetsov sneaks it in. all power-play goals by the wayo we go to overtime. and the stars on move. jaso dickinson ends the game withhat one. gets it by holtby. caps comeback falls short, 4-3 the final. >> second goal is one that you don't want to happen. i thought we responded well. you know, gotpl a ce nice shots to get us to overtime. so t positivehings in there. but myself, everyone kee pushing forward. >> to the gridiron whe the redskins take on the falcons tomorrow.
ha ha clinton-dix will make his debut forhe burgundynd gold teing up with d.j. swearinger in the secondary. last week's win t over giants all smiles. atlanta area native prestonh smit hoping to keep the smilesi gr against account team he grew uprooting for. >> erybody from back home taking about i'm always cheering for iu. ay you know what, i got to prove them wrong. we've got to go out there. me to go out there and get a win against them, i can go back home and talk so much trash when i go home and visit tragedy and go through my old neighborhood and see a lot of people and have some bragging rights. >> college football an emotional week for matt canada and maryland. the terps h trying toor jordan mcnair amidst all the diz io distract in college park. rocky lombardi's pass picked up. byroninto score but coughs it up right before it gets in
the end zone. michigan state recovers. conner hayward goes 80 yards to the house. part of a 157 yard o-touch down day tore him. 24-3 i the final. maryland falls to 58-4 on the season. virginia tec hosting boston college this afternoon hokies looking to bounce back from a t loss georgia tech. travis gets handoff. 29 yards. one of two touchdowns t forhe sherwood high school graduate. we've got a tie game. later sam score. anthony brown h degreesy. that gives the eagles the lead for good.in b.c. ws this one, 31-21, hokies dp to 4-4 on the season. coach ken and navy sitting at a disappointing 2-6ea this sn on the road at cincinnati. midshipmen down a score. desmond ritter keeps at the from seven yards out. it's 14-0, bearcats early on.
very next cincy possession, michael warren fakes the jump pass, takes it in. 21-0. cincinnati goes on to win this one,42-0. tough day for the midshipmen. andhe redskins can can really make a statement with a win over the falcons tomorrow a kickof 1:00. be sure to catch "redskins showtime" at 11:30 a.m. right here. >> tou so much. thank you for joining us. a new "sarday night live" is coming up next. don't forget to set your clocks back. >> all the single folks said yeah. yeah. and allhe t i believi've heard storiesnt from people across virginiaing. that have moved me to take action on veterans unemployment, the opioid epidemic, and pediatric healthcare. but we can't make progress when we're divided, when our leaders pit us against each other for political gain. in the senate, i'll always listen to you and focus on solving problems that matter to virginia and to america.
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