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we're showing you the last minute campaign stops and getting you ready to cast your vote. >> we want t get you started with a check on your forecast not going to be an easy ride this morning. it was a beautiful late sunday afternoon. the complete opposite this morning. upn is comin before 7:00 but you won't see it at all today. it wiludbe all c cover and all rain chances for today. heaviest of the rain will be here over the next couple of hours. into prince george'scounty, grab the umbrella. a little bit of a break in the acti once youet all the way down toward harrisonburg. temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. it's chilly and wet. here's your monday planner.th
we'll stay i mid 50s for highs today. more rain chances for tomorrow but that and the five day forecast coming up. sovexpect where you're going to take longer today because of the strainfall. l have that right shoulder blocked by a crash. showing you where it is which is almost everywhere right now. southbound 95, left side is still blocked by that tractor-trailer crash, hopefully out of the way. we'll take a look at your travel times coming up. >> thank yo
it's 6:01. developing this morning, prince william countyolice are investigating two shootings in r woge last night. a gunman is still on the loose after shooting two people. police are trying to figure out why a man went on a shooting spreen the middlef a quite neighborhood. >> so far, police do not believe the shootings were related. so at this point, police say they're working but one was close to 6:00 p.m.. the initial call was for a shot tired. this is a residential community we're talking about here.
homes wereaid to have been hit as well. the officers had to act quickly to return fire he was flown to the hospita with serio injuries. no one else was hurt. >> i'm glad no residents were injured. no police officers were injured, so in that regard we're very fortunate but i would characterize this as a dangerous situation for the community and theponding police officers. >> right now the two involved officers are on paid administrative leave police also sorting out the second shooting called in after two men found shot and kille inside a car off the 16,800 block of brandy moore loop. the suspect in that shooting t still at lars morning. the investigation still
underway. >> justin, thank you. 's now 6:03. it all comes down to this week after months of t campaigning, midterm elections will be held tomorrow. over the weekend, president trump hit the campaign trail for republicans in battleground districts and u ramped his rhetoric on immigrants and democra democrats. hey're openly encouraging millions of illegal aliens to break our laws, violate our borders and destroy our nation in soany different ways. and they even brought up the kavanaugh nomination fight again. the crowdhanted lock her up. it wasn't only president trump on the trl, former president barrack obama campaigned as well. on friday he was in miami to drum up meupport for andrew
gillum and senator bill nelson in his re-electionbid. and yesterday in gary, indiana, mr. obama encouraged people to vote for senator joe donnelly. >> two weeks before this election, they're telling us that thee sin most grave threat to arica is a bunch of like poor broke hungry refugees a thousand miles >> joe biden appeared in pennsylvania over the weekend. >> a bit closer to home, there is a big push in northern virginia. ere's a closely watched race between republican congresswoman and democratic challenger jeifer wexton. they're hoping the blue wave will continue but republicans
say comstock has been a top vote getter. >> i got more votes in this district two years ago. >> i want virginia 10 to be the first race that's called for t democrats. >> political experts say that race could give the nation an eay sign ofhether the house seats will flip from red to blue. >> remember news 4 i yourgo-to source for information about tuesday's elections. we're not only keeping a close eye onvi inia, but all the races in d.c. and senate contest in west virginia. check the nbc washington app and search decision 2018. our team of reporters and experts will be working for you all election day. ne in at 7:30 tuesday night for an nbc 4io elect special. the updates will keep coming throughout the night at news 4 at 11:00. >> let's get to angie at the live desk. >> hi,po chris. ce saying that the officer
involved shooting happened just a short time ago. this was in the 100 block. we are working to learn more on this and we'll update you as we get more information. now back to you. >> all right, thank you. it's 6:07 now. dozens of student organizatns plan to protest at university of maryland today. they're demanding changes aft e death of player jordan mcnair. they're asking him to rema committed to his retirement. they want students to be included in the selon of future presidents and the board of regents to be elected. a day later the chair of the o board regents re-signed after recommending that durkin be reinstated. >> happening today, jury selection begins for the trial
of el chapo. he is accused off running one the largest thcartels. smuggled more 200 tons of cocaine in the united states. he escaped from jail twice. he was brought to the u.s. in 2017 under extremely tight security. >> hes still serving in the national guard in afghanistan. officials say he was killed saturday by one of his own trainees. he was expected to return to his job in january after taking a year off from deployment. >> the shooter that opened fire at a yoga studio had ties to our area and we're getting
informatio >> the school held a candlelight vigil on the school's campus last night. >> 21-year-old mara was a student and set to graduate in may. 61-year-old dr. nancy was afa lty member. both were killed friday evening. he posed as a customer and opened fire during the class. he then turned the gun on himself. he was a former teacher before moving to florida. >> someone called in a bomb threat, but that did not stop sunday service at alexandria's alfred street baptist church. police arrived quickly and they didn't find anything. churchs leaders of t historically black church are promising to stand strong.
>> we won't be afraid or frightened off here. >> no word on who called in the threat. but the governor and lieutenant governor andd.c. mayor reached out to lend their support to the church. >> the redskins were riding high after winning the last three games. >> that felt good. >> unfortunately, that win streak came to a cshing end. >> it was ugly. sherry breaks downow the team is trying to stay positive before their next match up. the redskins three-game winning streak coming to a streelt screechi. a mix between self-inflicted wounds and the falcons high flying offose leading a 38-14 rsss. t time atlanta has the ball, coleman's scamping 39 y into the end zone. the team that scores first won
ch of the redskins game thisas on. touchdown grab in the fourth s quarter. the redskins beat themselves in some ways as well. racking up 147 penalty yards. their worst total in 47 years >> it's tough enough when you'r playing well. but when you're not playing well, it's though the going to happen. >> caught us with our pants down and hit us in the mouth. we weren't expecting it. how do you respond to that is going to separate guys andhow their true character. >> it was a rough day for the redskins at the office, but they're remaining positive. they're still 5-3 atop the nfc exst and up next, a 3-5 tampa team sunday. >> shake it off. move on, still ahead, an opioid epidemice conty. >> with so many people already addicted to painkillers, why did the fda just approve the most
powerful painkiller yet? that's a question a lot of folks are debating answers to this morning. do you hate your commut you're not alone. how some americans are avoiding the rush all together. >> winter is coming. how to get your c ready for the cold month ahead. ps that could sav you thousands of dollars. how about our weather, chuck? >> well, if you were on the fence about whether or not to hate your commute, you're probably not going to feel very good about today. it's going to be a super soaker of a monday morning commute. more rain chancestomorrow. but the middle of the week is look
at this critical moment in america... in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. with so much at stake, ben jealous is the bold leader maryland needs. his plans will get our schools back to number one and protect our healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agre ben jealous has the "courage to move families forward." let us stand up for our kids let us stand up for families let us stand up for our state ben jealous, democrat for governor
saying barbara comstock'sorses je"promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexton is the convincing" choice. "smart, serious and substantive" ... "ms. wexton would be a breath of fresh air" in congress. 'm jennifer wexton and i approved this message 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. dave braucsaid he'd vote to rthe deficit. i'm abigail spanberger, and i approve this message. but instead, he voted to increase it by $1.9 trillion. why? brat went washington, taking hundreds of thousands from big drug companies, wall street banks,r and otherporate special interests and voting to give his big corporate dors big tax breaks, making the next generation pay. dave brat went washington, and all we got was the bill.
it's now 6:16. we are working for your health in trackin a growing controversy involving the opioid crisis. the fda ismm getting s for producing a powerfulnew p drug. this is what the drug looks like. the pill was designed to treat soldiers pain on the battlefield. me fda insists it has strict safetysures in place to resent misuse but critics say safety measures won't matter if the pills get on the back market. >> we've seen this beforehen people say there's no way this can be abused. we have regulations in place, but even the veryontrolled substances have shown abuse in the past. >> opioid ovdoses killed nearly 5,000 americans last year.
>> if you're heading to work each day, nothing can set you offike a long, frustrating commute. >> a newintudy fds some folks end up leaving a job to find work closer to home. >> on average they spend an hour a day getting to and from work. experts say all of that could real effect your personal life. >> when you think about it the commute can be very stressful. can really play not only into your performance at work but your work-life balance as well. and you do it every day. >> it's important to talk to your employer about when you can avoid some of those peak traffic times. >> join us on our crazy show. get up in the middle of the night. >> severe weather in one of the mo popular tourist locations on the weekend. >> it left a tremendous amount
ofdamage. it left a port in shambles and tore up a seasidey. highwa look at that. 2 dozen people had to be rescued. at least 15 people have been killed in floods following the heavy rainfall in sicily. people in southeastern pennsylvania had their share of damage after a sever storm tore through that region this weekend. tornado warnings were issued for somearts ofhe state. heavy rain and flooding battered the area and highinds brought down a number of trees and power lines. the good nhes is were no reports of ainjuries. >> you may want to leave yourself a few extra minutes out therthis morning. >> rainy, ugly, chilly monday oumorning means want to hit the snooze button andet prend it
never happens. >> the ride in to work and school is likely to be extra slow. >> chilly and wet. >> it's 54. enough.lowing just hard when you add it in with the rain out there, youeed your turtleneck and umbrella. otherwise that coldain is going to get on the back of your neck. 48 in leesburg, virginia. and 52 in prince george's county and chilly and wet and temperatures will go nowhere over the next couple of hours. and mid and upper 50s later on in the afternoon because the moderate rain which will have to endure here for at least the next three to four hours, moderate rain goes back to lighter rain by noontime and then intermid nshowers late aft early this evening.
the yellow and orange is moderateav to rain now. also a rainy ride in from thend mary suburbs this morning. lightest rain currently is in the valley. but along i-95, very, very rainy tre for the n couple of hours, could be half an inch to an inch of rain. 57egrees today. have your nbc washington app ready to go. it's still an 80% chance of rain. bright sunshine for wednesday and thursday. a very soggy day coming back on friday. i give you the ten day forecast. >> really sck roads. it's wet out there. she's on the beltway here near
beth bethesda. r loop after river. very slow there. 270 southbound starting to get slow. northbound indian hill highway, that crash on the rig side o the roadway. inbound new york avenue, you have to stay left to get by t crash. and right side is blocked. it's raining everywhere. be the washington post endorses jennifer wexton ngr congress... saarbara comstock's "promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier."ex jennifer wton is the
"clear and convincing" choice. "smart, serious and bstantive" ... a breath of fresh air" in congress. i'm jennifer wexton and i approved ts message because i've worked acro party lines to get things done. that's how we can fix congress anmake it work for us agai when the nra tried to overturn maryland's assault-weapons ban, attorney gener brian frosh led the fight to stop them,gu defending ousafety laws to protect the people of maryland. an attorney general brosh. he turnebusinessman. naacp. ben jealous. "m endorsed by president obama for his "vision, experience and courage to move maryland forward." ben's vision: medicare-for-all, fully fund our schools,d economy that works for working people. the sun says jealous has "the stature and gravitas". to lead maryla we can do much better on jobs,n on educaon healthcare. but it means we've got to believe in each other.
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i'm ben cardin and i approved this messag car problems happen all the time. sometimes they're really costly too, but there's steps you can take now to prevent problems later. we talked to you about what you do tor get y car ready for the summer, but that's not the same thing you should do it ready for the winter months.m >> you not be ready for the co weather rolling in, and for you, denial is fine, but for your vehicle, it's t.
>> at the aaa car care center i, rockvi maryland, technicians say the thing that goes first am theratures plummet is the battery. >> as temperatures drop, the performance of the battery is going to drop greatly. >> so listenw for a s start. >> the average battery only has a longevity rate o 3 t 4 years. and if your battery is four or ve yearsold, you are driving on borrowed time. >> and then, take a look. >> youl see fluid building up around the top. >> my garages offer free battery checks. make sure those tires are inflated. >> never go by what the tirys always the sticker. >> always the sticker. >> or the ownersmanual. because pleasure can head south quickly in the cold weather. >> it's important because it effects your handling andal it effects the tire wear. >> maintenance is a must, like getting your oil and fluid
checked. >> people, they like t add water, but that's something that you do not want to do during the winter, because as the temperatures drop, that water is going to freeze, it's going to expand and it's going to break your reservoir. >>on d forget the undercarriage. can flush gravel and road salt. it could cororode vital components, but most often overlooked i the thing that's almost always hiding. >> many people go years and years and years without even thinking about their spare tire. >> glad we talked about that because i hadn't checked mine. have that road sid kit ready. it doesn't have to be aig situati situation. >> great advice. thank you melissa. it's now 6:26 coming up. new twistn sneaking out and news 4 i team investigation reveals how uber is surginge in
i belithi've heard stories from people across virginiaing. that h oe moved me to take activeterans unemployment, the opioid epidemic, and pediatric healthcare. but we can't mive progress when we'reed, 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 vginia and to america i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. to execute a search warrant when
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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 r 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' always have your back, and that's why i approve this message. i'm jennifer wexton, and i approve this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? jennifer wexton back a deal leading to massive tolls on 66. nonsense.n leadjennifer wexto tfough. on 66. and let's call this plan what it is, the way that it's been rolled out. it's highway robbery. there's also healthcare robbery. barbara comstock voted to sabotage the healthcare market,
hiking premiums up to 64%. barbara trumpstock -- everything that's wrong in washington. the turnebusinessman.aacp. ben jealous. "marylander of the year".
fodorsed by president obam his "vision, experience and courage to move maryland forward." ben's vision: medicare-for-all, fully fund our schools, and an ecomy that works for working people. the sun says jealous has "the stature and gravitas" to lead maryland. we can do much better on jobs, on education, on healthcare. but it means we've got to believe in each other. ben jealous. governor. . >> right now at 6:30,t look the radar. we start this monday with a weatheralert. a wet start to the work week all across our area. >> take a look at the roads from our storm team 4 by 4. just a heads up, you may need to leave yourself some extra time on theec roadsse of all the rain. >> melissa is in your irst four traffic standing by with a look
s your commute but we begin withrm team meteorologist chuck bell and your forecast is not a pretty one. >> if you could sum up the forecast with at sound, would be the loser buzzer on the price is right. that's your monday forecast. very, very rainy this morning. showery weather continues into the afternoon. ase places could get as much an inch of rain today. high rain chances again tomorrow, but it w l be mild with a chance of a thunderstorm on tuesday. it's soaked from fairfax all the way down to fredericksburg. raining all the way acss as well. temperatures are in the upper 40s and low 50s. sot's a chilly rain at that. plan on using the umbrella from start to finish today. chilly and rainy. especially rainy this mornin the daily grade for today, melissa, no surprise, rain on a monday, >> i don't blame you. on these roads too it's rough for a lot of peicle.
roads almost everywhere this morning. that rains coming down. outer loop from 270 to the spur, crash there on the left shoulder and we have another issue as well. right shoulder there blocked by the crash and seeing some real delays heading southbound. northbound indian headhighway, that's now cleared. a five yard crash is on the shoulder andut of the way. right side blocked. we're making calls on this one right now, clopper road at mateny. brand new crash. >> let's hope folks stay safe out there. >> the police chief says he lured officers into an ambush last night in woodbridge.
>> they were called to the neighborhood for reports of the shots fired when they arrived. the suspect started shooting from the roof of his home. the officers returned fire and shot the jususpect. 15 minutes later, police were called to a deadly shooting just five miles away. officers found t men shot inside a car in a wooded area. police are still looking for the shooter. the shootings are not connected. >> police are searching for a man that shot a gastation employee. here's a look at him. police found a man shot multiple times inside the dstation. d at the hospital from his injuries. >> voters head to the polls torrow for the midterm election. candidates are going into caaign overdrive to secure
those votes. maryland governor lar hogan posted this twitter video of him shaking hands before the raven's game in baltimore. and comedianave chappellst ho for ben jealous. despite poll numbers showing him behind, it supported surging at the right tioo. a at virginia's closely watched congressional race, find out why a lot is on the line in that race. experts will be working f you all election day. tune in at 7:30 tuesday nht for nbc 4 election special. right through news 4 a 11:00. >> here at the live desk with more on the breaking news, the lights have been going on and off at the i bradleyernational airport in connecticut all morning long. taking a look at some video.
this is actually fm earlier this morning. you can see it right there. the lights are on and then they're back off again. this has bn a pattern all morning long. hundreds of passengers have been waiting toet through tsa, through security, since 4:00 this morning. this has been going on for a at least.hours but take a look at another picture. this is from a few hours ago. you can see -- i believe we have a picture fromftwitter. a few people posting pictures on social mia. huge lines. huge crowds of people waiting for information about when the lights are b so meanwhile, how this effects i you, you're traveling in that part of thearea, you'll want to check in with your airline. now back to you. >> thank you. >> students at the university of maryland are demanding chang after the death of football player jordan mcnair. dozens of student oanizations are set to protest on campus today. >> adam tu is live with details on what they want to see done. what are you hearin adam?
>> that's right, chris. we're here at the student union e the student groups are expected to gather and then protest today. what they really want is a larger re in how the former -- or the president and the authorities here on the campus are selected. specifically with the president of the campus, they want a bigger role in that operation. now take a look. is has obviously been a campus that has been in turmoil sometime. for weeks we the head coach of the maryland football program, j. durkin fired last week and this all comes after jordan mcnair's death after a praice at the university of maryland football program. the university president wallaco said he will retire at the end of the academic year and the studentroups today want to make sure that he remains and sticks to thatf goal and course we had turnover with the board of regents here at the iversity of maryland. so a lot going o and the student groups are saying when we get to the further process of selecting presidents and people
that are in positions of power here that they want a larger role in seeing who those people are that come into that position. >> adam, thank you. >> >> it is 6:37.ng co up he may make it big on the voice. but he had humble beginnings rightere in our backyard. >> plus that warning for parents about a shocking trend happening right under your nose. kids using uber to sneak out of the house. we hear from a few middle at this critical moment in america... in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. with so much at stake,s ben jeal the bold leader maryland needs. his plans will get our schools back ecto number one and prour healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agree. ben jealoutohas the "courage ove families forward." let us stand up for our kids
let us stand up for families let us stand up for our state ben jealous, democrat for governor there arepatrick morriseyes ifiled a lawsuit. to take away protections for peopleg with pre-existnditions. i voted to protect them. morrisey got rich as a whington lobbyist for opioid companies.na my work as your rbyist took a billion opioid pills off the street. morrisey is simply a "yes" man for the drug companies and the polical bosses. i'm considered the most independent senator and thin washington.es. i'm joe manchin, and i approve this message. i'm joe manchin, and i approve this message. kaine: weliberty and justic to a flag not for some, but for all.
i want a virginia that works for all,po with economic oprtunity and a chance for a good life. i'll work with anyone to build that virginia. we can't let our leaders divide us because we're all americans. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message because if we ask our kids to say these words... teacher and children: ...one nation under god, indivisible... ...we have to be willing to live by them. teacher and children: ...and justice for all. saying "bara comstock'sndorses jeomise has turned to dust."... she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexn is the "clear and convincing" choice. "smart, serious and substantive" ... "ms. wexton would be a breath of fresh air" in congress. i'm jennifer wexton and i approved this message 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. 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 ous. 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 ba and that's why i approve this message. welcome back, a local singer fighting his way to win nbc's the voice returned home for an
impromptu performance. >> he visiteduvl high school last weekend. take a listen. [ singing ] >> the teacher who tweeted out the performance says she taut him a decade ago in that same classroom. last week he survived the knockout round t aance in the competition. >> you can track his pgress tonight right here on nbc 4. it starts at 8:00. now here's your cnbc morni business report. >> good morning. amazon is following targets lead temporarily dropping theor minim r needed to qualify for free shipping just ahead of the holiys. typically amazon customers have to spend $25 to get free shipping or they can pay fe pr membership. amazon's office starts today and it applies to millions of them on order just in time for christmas.
with your cnbc morning business report, i'm frank holland. >> good morn everybody. weather alert for a monday morning. it's pouring down rain and that's not all bad news. here's your weekendoutlook. the most important part of any foredast. both sat and sunday look sunny but very chil. yo ten-day forecastoming up. >> causing a lot of problems here right i was a navy doctor, so i'm used to getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of pa oents who are countingn me. many of them worry about
presidencttrump taking away prons for pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care. it's why i'm glad i have a friend named ben. ben is a national leader who's protecting obamacare from president trump. he's my friend ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin and i approved this message. montgoto three generations of elrich's. we love it here.k montbut we have to wto keep it , of elrich's. like fixing transit and traffic for commuterlike my son-in-law. increasing open space where my andchildren and yours can play. and reducing classroom sizes for all our kids. that's why our next coty executive has to require developers to solve the problems their developments create. as county executive, that'sxactly what i'll do for every generation.
dave brat said he'd vote to reduce the deficit. i'm abigail spanberger, .and i approve this messa but instead, he voted to increase it by $1.9 trillion. why? brat went washinon, taking hundreds of thousands from big drug companies, wall street banks, and other corporate special interests and voting to give s big corporate donors big tax breaks, making the next generation pay. dave bt went washington, and all we got was the bill.
>> the td hcoouowunns away from the first polls in our area opening tomorrow for the midterm elections. verge virgin virginia's polls open at 6:00 a.m. they're in the final sprint to get voters to the polls. >> president trump is crossing the midwest today. petern alexander is cleveland this morning. what is the president's plan to try to drum up support?
>> well, it's a lot of what we have seen from him over the course of the last several weeks. reallysi foc on a divisive and at times dark message. ars of illegal undocumented immigrants entering the united states. yesterday he claimed democrats were encouraging them to come to the united states. presiden obamand his predecessor accusing president trump of telling lies.tt line, this is the last full day of campaigning before republans head to the polls. the president is hitting three states today. the first one the state of ohio. he's almost exclusively focused on h states won in 2016 and tomorrow will be the first test of whether this surge of democratic energy translates into votes for the democra and whether president trump can still motivate his base of fierce supporters even when his name is not on the ballot. ll be at that rally later today in cleveland. we'll have the latest when we see you on today. back to yo >> who can get their voters to
the polls. >> peter alexander live for us in cleveland. thanks again. check the "today" show next for all the coverage on the midterm elections coming up. a bit closer to home, there's a big final push for last minute support in northern virginia. ehere's a closely watched r between barbara comstock and 'rmocratic challenger jennifer wexton. e hoping the blue waveat th started last fall will begin tomorrow. they're saying comstock has been a top vote getter in previous races. this race could give the nation a early sign of whether house seats will flip from red to blue. our team of reporters will working for you all day day.ction tune in for an nb 4 election special. the updates will keep coming throughout tnight. >> now to breaking news, there's been an officer involved shooting. take a look at the map. it happens right here in the
baltimore washington international airport. police are telling us the officer involved shooting happened just a short time ago on linwood avenue and we're being told it does not appear that the officer has been shot. >> two men are dead and a gunman is on the loose in prince lliam county. they're found shot to death last night. that shooting happened five fles awaym where a man armed with a rifle shot at police. >> justin finch is live in woodbridge. what are you hearing? >> well, a lot of questions that prince william county police are working to sort out ts morning. what drove this man to grab a rifle and open firen a neighborhood. d also at police as well. they were arriving to the scene close to 6:00 last night andwi t gunfire as it pulled up to
the 1100 block of laurel street. this is a residential neighborhood where the bullets were blasting night. that cruiser was hit as well. two officers responded opening fire, striking the 29-year-old male suspect in the upper body. he waslown to the hospital. his name has not b yetn released. no i.d. on him at the time. police are still working to gather a motive in this case. what drove him to do this two officers are now on paid administrative leave. more detailsater on this morning. i'm justin finch, news 4. back in to you. >> this morning, we're learning the shooter that opened fire in a y studio had ties to this area. we're getting new information as the florida state university community remembers the two women killed. the school held a ghcandle vigil in tallahassee last night. ♪
>> 21-year-old laura was a student and set to graduate in may.he police say were both killed friday evening. authorities say he posed as a a custom opened fire during a hot yoga class. he then turd theun on himself. he was a fmer teacher. >> well, theedskins incredible win streak came to a screeching halt. the burgundy and gd were rushed at home against the falcons. >> in some ways, the skins beat themselves on the field. they racked up about 147 penalty yards. the team's worst total in about 50 years. >> tough enough when you're playing well to sueed, but when you're not playing well and you're shooting yourself in the fo, it's not going to happen.
>> caught us with our pants down and hit us in the mouth. we didn't expect it, a how did you respond to g that isoing to acparate guys and show their true chter. >> it was a rough loss at ut the team is trying to stay positive. the redskins still have a winning record. they still lead the nfc east. >> that's right. >> the team is going to head south toake on the tampa bay buccaneers. >> it's now 6:51. back to storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell with a look at our forecast on a weather alertin mo >> good monday morning. it's a very, very rainy start to the day.he and's very little in the way of improvements coming in the weather. any time soon. the cold and rainy today. it will be mild and little bit stormy tomorrow. right now, a northeast wd and driving rain here in washington, 54 degrees. no one is going to be smiling today. it will be all frowny faces.
perhaps even the rain boots as well. eong sleeves. temperatures in 0s all day. here's today's rain chance coming up the eas coast. tomorrow, another wave of low pressure rolling through and nebraska now. that will come zipping through here tomorrow bringing us another 80% chance for rainn your tuesday. here's your rainy monday morning. most of the rain today leaves before noon, but it won't be out of here too quickly. moderate rain on the beltway and along ity this morning. lighter rain amountsanyl for th valley and south western virginia. off and on periods of moderate to heavy rain through the morning commute. this tapers back to occasional shows during the afternoon and rain may t to briefly come to an end. the sun is down at 5:05. no sunshine today. mostly cloudy overnight.
temperatures mid 50s now. degrees.igh only 57 very mild. but a chance for a thunderstorm, especially midday hours tomorrha. the nexte for sunday is wednesday and thursday. rainy friday, dry and chilly for the weekend. let's go to melissa that's thin tryibeen trying to give us something to smile abou >> no matter where you are it's going to be rainy and nasty. allow some time if you can. southbound 270 in theain lan right now. germantown, roadslod temporarily because of a crash and injuries there. we spoke with police. hopefully that will reopen here prsoon. >> other issues, outerloop ramp from 270 to the spur. crashes on the left shoulder but look at thosedelays. 270 southbound. inbound canal road, right side blocked by a disabled vehicle.
inbound 14 street bridge on the right side. not as bad as they have been. you can see that about 30 miles per hour. not so bad for a rainy morning. taking a look at maryland right here. 21 miles per hour. top of the beltway about the sa l. remember tten to wtop 130.5 fm when you hop in you car. it's going to be a slow one this morning. >> thank you. it's now 6:54. here's the news four i-team investigation everyone will want to watch. kids are using uber to sneak out after their parents are >> middle schoolers are doing it with nobody tracking them. >> late night near the bars and restaurants, it's not uncommon to see a line of er cars ready to pick people up and bring them home. but far from the cities, in the suburbs, the news 4 i-team
discovered some drivers were picking up middle school kids. taken many of you have this uber late at night? all of you. >> yeah. >> the picy requires passengers be at least 18 years old and the company will investigate any complaints about drivers doing so. but these middle schoolers told th i-team their friends often sneak out of the house after midnight and use the ride sharing app to meet up with friends. >> i would s most teenagers use it to sneak out and go other places. places they're not supposed to be. >> parents alerted the i-team about how it's happening. >> what is an uber drive thinking if he pulls up to the drive way of a dark home at 2:00 in the morning a a little girl comes out. > we saw for ourselves going undercover with this mom and her 13-year-old daughter. following behind as she calls for ub after uber. >> i didn't think my children would be able to doec thatse they don't have credit cards. >> but there is a way to usehe
app without using a credit card. the one place the driver took a girl that we never expected. news 4 i-team. >> it's now 6:56. here's four things to know. connecticut bra international airport had multle power outages this morning. deltas airline said there is a computer outage at the philadelphia airport effecting all airlines. the latest on today. >> the trial o el chapo begins today. he is accused of running the largest cartel. >> dozens of students are anning to protest at the university of maryland they're demanding changes after the death of football player jordan mcnair. students want to be included in e selection of future heeders.ty follow this story on the nbc washington app. we're less than 24 hours away from the first polls opening in our area tomorrow.
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