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in fact a police involved shooting. there are people out he. they say they heard several shots fired and they're w wonderint happened. we're on the outside skirts etcause we're notbltoe a detectives are here and they're briefinghe police chief and he is expected to come out here any moment and tell us what happened and what led tos shooting. no officers were injured. more than 35 million americans have already cast their ballots. >> this has been a contentious mid-term season inundated by fiery rhetoric. $1.5 billion spent on ads in the past month. you've hear back.
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announcer: the following will surprise you about barbara comstock: barbara comstock: "i think roe vs wade should be overturned and the state should decide it." announcer: that's right. comstock supports taking away a woman's right to choose. she voted to defund planned parenthood 6 times, limiting women's access to contraception. and comstock votes with trump ninety eight percent of the time. jennifer wexton: endorsed by the washington post. she'll protect a woman's right to choosng jennifer wexton for ss. independence usa pac is respon tble for the content s advertising. in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. with so much at stake, ben jealous is the bold leader maryland needs. in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. his plans will get our schools backon to numbeand protect our healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agree.
" ben jealous has the urage 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 govnor dave brat said he'd vote to reduce the 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,ba wall snks, and other corporate special interests and voting tatgive his big corpordonors big tax brks, making the next generation pay. dave brat went washiton, and all we got was the bill. i waso i'm used tor, getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of patients who are counting on me. many of them worry about president trump taking away protections c many of them worry about for pre-existiditions.
and women are frightened they e could lose reproduct hea. 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. eight middle school students are recovering after a school bus crashed this morning that silver spring. a dump truck collided with the school bus on norbeck road. the driver was injured enough to
be taken to thehospital. everyone isd expecteo be fine. the students were all headed to the middle scol. desperate call between 911 dispaxers and police in woodbridge. a gunman firing dow on officers. the officers wounded the man during the shoot-out. amy has the dramatic new audio. >> reporter: police say that man stood on that roof right over there and fired a rifle at them. the bullets apparently hit several nearby homes but no people, thankfully. and you canear just h scary that situation was. in this audio obtained by news4, you can hear police as they realize they're being ambushed. >> the subject is actively shooting on laurel.
>> take cove >> reporter: several of the bullets hitting the police car. you can see at least three bullet holes. police shot back at the man and he is now in thesp hoital. neighbors say he was troubled for some time. >> he was acting kind of weird but he had been for a while. >> reporter: he said he had known the suspect for years and they often spent time together going hunti andfishing. >> he was acting strange lately. tired of life. >> another neighbor didn't wnt to go camera but said he often heard the suspect arguing with his grandparents andhe t re was arguing from the house the morning of the shooting. . >> me and my brother used to ndred with him. >> i don't know why h did this. he just went crazy. >> no one in the house was hurt.
>> it's something i have to live with. >> reporter: police have not yet released the name of the suspect. we'll stayn top of the investigation and bring you any updates. >> thank you. in maryld an officer shot and killed a man as police were trying to serve arotective order. it happened this morning at a home in the glen burnie area not far from the bwi airport. gary willis answered the door and he was holding a gun but he set it down. whenhe officer tried to serve him that protective order,am willis be upset and he grbed his when one officer tried toitake from him, they said willis opened fire. police shot and killed t him durit exchange. >> people around the country watching the senate race in west
virginia. the balance of power could himpg on the race and our report he crisscrossed the nation to see some last-minute aicaing. >> both candidates are focusing their efforts on the eastern pan handle including here in jefferson county. >> inside, south of berkeley springs,e said it is a close-knit group of workers but they are divided on morrow's big race.>> e're all over the place. >> he supports the democratic incumbent, joe margin, who had a lice escort this morning after a campaign stop with harley riders. >> he votes his own way. people here love president trump for that same reason. he is an independent guy. >> do you plan on voting for patrick morrissey? >> volunteers for patrick morrissey set up a pne bank.
>> he is backed bytr president p who is our awesome president that i voted for in '16. >> they still he still needs a boost. and this is charles trump. >> i think lots of people have open minds and are persuadable in all races. >> reporter: there is agreement on one issue.an democrats take control of the u.s. senate if they don't hold this hotlyt contested sea in west virginia. in jefferson county. news4. dozens of cities competed but tre may be more than one winner in the fight to get amazon's second headquarters. what we're learning about the decision. coming up, storm team 4 in weather alert mode. weather alert mode. doug is
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people g areng to the polls tomorrow. how bad will it be? >> it depends what time. make sure you have an brella. we are going to get some showers and som very strong winds. a good idea if you can, download thebc washington app. that being said, get out there and vote for sure and e ready in case you get a m.st >> let's take a look and show you wt's happening. >> it is nasty. nasty, nasty, nasty. we see areas of fog velg. 48, winchester, a little warmer
that way. it doesn't sw up as rain. we are seeing somee. driz here's the storm that we saw. this system moves out but now all eyes on this next system. yes, we're talking about the severe weatheroutbreak. here in louisiana. >> you see along with the storm. ig in this area, a chance for severe weather into this area. around mphis, they have a goodee chance ofg tornadoes. >> tomorrow moves our way. we're in a marginal risk meaning
a chance for severe ather. it will be south and east. i want to take you hour by hou you're getting up.n 8:00e morning, notice some heavier down pours but it's not everywhere. i'm not worried about severe weather. here comes 10:00 a.m. watching this line. and at 10:00 a.m., right the blue ridge. d.c. though,aybe a dry per here. until about 11:30nt when the f moves through. this is when i expected to see the heaviest down pours.40, 50-mile-an-hour wind t and thent blows through and we see a better afternoon. a few showers. i really think about on, it points to the mueast. better to cap that vote ifn. you
gdaurysif you votein d af 65 on dnesday. a pretty nice day. not bad. plenty of sshine andlouds moving in ahead of our next storm that comes in on friday. that one, a lot of rain as well. the first arctic weather of the season. well, the redskin on the field today at fedex and today we're learning the issues go much deeper. the injury news. we'l have a big impact on the rest of the season. and continuing coverage of the election season. the election season. wh the forecasty
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an amtrak train strikes a tractor-trailer in montgomery un coty. >> this is east diamond andut chestn streets in gaithersburg. 160 passengers were on board. there are no repor of injuries. >> train leftni uon station at 4:00. it was heading to chicago and we are told diesel fuel from that tractor-trailere pilling on to track so it is quite mess. stay tuned. we will be bringing you updates. now at 5:30 just hours before the mid-terms begin. the closing message to get voters to the polls. >> republicans and democrats sending heavy hitters out to tip the scales. >> a closer look at that effort. >> president trump wrapping upe his mid push in a flurry. he is on his way now to the second of three rallies he has planned for today.
earlier he stopped in cleveland. he was there stumping for candidates and touting what he calls the hottest economy on the planet. >> together we have made extraordinary progres w and are just getting started. this is the greatest political movement in the history of our country and it is your movement. it is all of usge er. your move. not mine. >> the president claims his party has had case advantage when it comes to being on mid-terms. he said let's seepp what s. meantime, former president barackbama getting out the vote in northern virginia. >> one election won't change everything. going out there, you'll make sure the people vote and start making things better. and when you do that, then the spirit of america will shine. >>he former president appearing with senator tim kaine and jennife wexton.
the democrats hoping the unseat jennifer comstock. president trump set to appear in a little while in indianand then closing out the night in missouri. starting nt obama is to lose his voice like a lot of candidates out there. we mentioned earlier this has been a big year in tes of peop voting early. more than 35 million ballots cast ahead oftomorrow. and with more than a million cast in our region alone, it is possible you may see few crowds at the polls. ll, checking out the totals. d.c. has more than doubled its eay voter turnout from 14 mid-terms. it nearly tripled the numbers from four yearsgo and maryland has also seen more than double the early votes and west virginia, nearly double from 2014. >> for those who have not voted
early. tomorrow's faweather could be a factor.> et's talk about the weather across the country. goodetting out there tomorrow, we will be tracking some showers. now, as we head towarday the mihours, we're tracking rain through the great lakes and then down thr gh parts of the southeast, there is the potential for some strong thundetorms. as we head toward the late afternoon and evening hours, the good news is most of the country is looking mainly dry. so voters don't to have deal with weather. except during the evening hours. up tround upper northeast and around the great lakes. dealing with some rain showers. now, how does voting and weather errry toge is there an impact? i did a lot of diggingda i found some fabulous articles about the weather and voting and here's what they told me. in general, rain and snow do decreaseoter turnout.
by how much? they said about one inch of rain will equal about1% decline in rain. so unless it is a really cse election, for the most part they're staying weather is not havinge h necessarily impact on the turnout. but overall, b if it is weather, it will favor republicans. i was reading an article published in may of 2013 and this focused on tse who do turn out to vote. how does the weather impact femme this they're undecided or on the fence? this research found bad wother tends favor the less risky candidate. what does that mean? that open for interpretation. if there was good weather, no rain no, tsnow, typically meant the voter might have picked the more risky candidate based on the weather. what does that mean? it is looking like weath will play role. but it is still questionable, how many of a role it will pl o. area, you want to avoid
will bere weather so it early or late. make sure you get out and vote. >>bsolutely. thanks. and the i-team will be on voter patrol tomorrow, tracking any problemst polls in our region. if you see any issues, send them on a tip by e-mai ang us tips for news4 i-team.com. you canca also us. the der aft the redskins loss issu uly called misery monday. ith that rash of injuries to those keyplayers, it does take on some extra meaning. we'll have more on what this means for this team going forward. >> it means fame and first place just got a lot harder as head coach jay gruden confirmed. it includes right guard brandon
w serve. and let's not forget, the skins already without the pro bowl left tackle williams after a monthg of havin no surgery. th protecting quarterback alex smith out withinjuries. also outor the year, paul ch riardson. heu see him here in yesterday's game. been playing through pain in season ending surgery. the redskins moving quickly citing three offensive linesmen. they started in all 16 games for the baltimore ravens. >> thanks so much. new developments in the case of a little girl visiting mgm national harbor in the o wake national harbor in the o wake the changes being
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there's new intrigue about where amazon will build its second headquarters. they may move to two cities. the "wall street journal" is reporting this samery and says the company plans to split it equally between the two winning cities. over the tweaked "washinseon post" rhat had intrigue with the report that amazon in deep talks to me to crystal city. virginia's governor was optimistic that will happen. >> we're in a good position with the w we train our work force, the talent that we have in norn virginia and the greater washington area. >> 20 other locations that includes d.c. and montgomy county are also on amazon's shortlist. news4 is working for your money with the way to save on your holiday purchases. starting today, ama ins
offering free shipping on all orders. the deliver window is five to eight days. target has already announced free two-day shipping until december 22nd. amazon tellsre us the shipping is for aimited tim offer but didn't say when it would end. a local charity has lost $25,000 in a scam. $25,000 in a scam. th
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to take away protections for people with pre-existing conditions. i voted to protect them. morrisey got rich as a washington lobbyistom for opioidnies. my work as your senator took aillion opioid pills off the street. morrisey is simply a "yes" man for the drug companies and the political bosses. i'm considered the most independent senator in washington. i'm joe manchin, and i approve this message. when the nra tried to overturn maryland's assault-weapons ban, attorney general brian froshe led thght to stop them, defending our gun safety lawo toct the people of maryland. attorney general brian frosh. i waso i'm used tor, getting to work early. now i have a general practice, with a lot of patients who are countingn me. many of them worry about president trump taking away protect ns mafor pre-existing conditions. and women are frightened they could lose reproductive health care.
it's why i'm glad i ha. 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. we continue to be in weather alert mode. storm team 4 tracking heavy raih could impact election day. doug is back in a few minutes latest.e very >> and wave consumer alert about a scam. it is growing and catching a lot of people off guard. >> a local charity learned about this scam the hard way and iw out $25,000. they are sharing their story th susan hogan so you don't end up in their >>shoes. so mean. totally mean.
this is a small charity helping children. now, most of us probabl believe we would be able to spot a scam e-mail if one popped up in our inbox but hackers are getting smarter and using information from our real e-mails to trick us. >> reporter: volunteers are busg filling with food for hungry children. >> there are kids who come to school on monday. they haven't had any food. i can't imagine. >> reporter: cross roads is providing 9 food to students. >> seven items per day. >> reporter: despite a devastating blow to their budget, scammers stole $25,000 from the charity. enough money to feed 100 kids for a year. >> it is gut wrenching. you can't believeldow it c happen. >> but it did happen.
scammers hacd into one of their e-mail accoules and arned about the transition. then sent a e-mail from that account, asking for money to be wid to a base in california. please arrange for it to be transferred. >> and it was done before he had any clue it washappening. they made a slight change to his e-mail address so it appeared he was cc'd. >>t is a billion dollar enterprise. it is called business e-mail coromise, or bec. >> the department of justice arrested 74 people in a worldwide bec scheme. cybe security experts say these hackers depend on the oldest tric in the book.
deception. and they're using current minformation four e-mail accounts to trick you. and they're doing something thas se completely logical. in this cas it waslogical. they were in a transition and theacker took advantage of the transition. >> if someone e-mails you, double-check the sender's e-mail address. call the person to verify. especially if you're wiring money. set up multifactor authentic indication on your e-mailo accountelp keep the hackers out. r. obviously, this has to be paid >> reporter: he says the community has rallied since the theft. while they haven't recovered all the money lost, cross roads is committed to providing bags of food to the 90 students who need als. >> this is a bold actf faith and somehow we'll manage.
so they committed to the fbi and law enforcement butst no ar have been made. it is not clear whether investigators will be able to track thes scamm down. >> if you would like to learn more or even donate to their cause, we have a link. you just have to search food charity. >> pretty low when you go after a chity. i'll tell you, it just goes to show you. you don't know. d >>wait. they just changed a couple of leers. >> it's awful to always be on guard. we have a developing story out of bowie university. the symphony of soul marching band has been suspended. they're looking into hazing allegations. the allegations are being called
serious and they say they are working the ensure the safety of the students. it is election eve. you say a if y voting, go early? >> well, the big thing you is w don't to get stuck in that line.ld it c produce 40, an 50-milour winds. there's going to be plenty of drive time to get throughout and cast your vote. out there now, it has been nasty all day long. we have some drizzle outside of the studios. you see the fog out there. it is a nasty mon ty andt's going to lead the a rather stormy tuesday. >> light rain or drzle. drizzle doesn't show up on the radar but there it is. it came through producing 1.43 inches of rain. close the an ink and a half. it is now the sixth wettest of
the year. for the year. just amazing how much rain we've seen. there are a couple of tornado warnings. torm system moves our way during the day. we are not aicipating a severe weather outbreak. however, we are going to see some rain. take your umbrella. you will need the big one, too, at times. notice rain. not everywhere but we are seeing areas of heavy rain. what we're really watching is the rain right he at 10:00 a.m. around the d.c. metro area. 11:00o moon and then passing to the south. this line. you can see a very high thin line. if it were in the afternoon, it might be stronger but because it is in the morning, we're not expecting it to be too bad.
however, that's not good if you're trying to get to the voting booths. then it is starting to move out. what happened we clear out. so yeah. tomorrow afternoon, if you can do it. finitely the best time to go as far as voting iser cod. a little more on what to expect for tuesday. >> the bgest impact tomorrow, heavy rain that could lead to isolated flooding. especially after our record rainfall. almost an inch and a half of in today. and then the winds. we c't rule out an isolated rain. a pretty low threat for thunderstorms. we're really under the gun. the chance for gusty, maybe damaging winds, we see the threat diminish as we head into the afternoon. tomorrow night, not only are we dr ang but clearing well.
as we talked about your weather and the impact on your on voting day. it is not going to rain all day. weoe even going see some late day sunshine. but yes. some severe weather is possible. especially around the midday hours. ty g the best chance for r win eas in the forecast onfriday. heavier rain out there and the road conditis tomorrow afternoon, dealing withet roads out. there we return to dry conditions. we have some more dry weather before more rain moves out.al ady the sixth wettest. >> and w might see the fifth wettest on friday. talk about cooler weather. we get another storm ortw look at the temperatures as we move in saturday and sunday.e thos temperatures moving in.
if you can advance that, i would appreciate it. something is wrong my clker. 49n saturday. 50 on sunday. so rather chilly for the weekend. cold next week. a high of 39 next wednesday. the first freeze in the city. that puts most of you in the 20s next week. >> all right, thank you. aas man whoorking at his brother's gas station was minutes away from finishing his shift. >> before he could leav he was gunned down. aheadt 5:00, what we're learning about what happened and the search for the suspect. also, comin upt 6:00, weighing in from new york. weighing in from new york. what races wl theyil announcer: the following will surprise you about barbara comstock: barbara comstock: "i think roe vs wade should be overturned and the state should decide it." a woman's right to choose. she voted to defund planned parenthood 6 times, limiting women's access to contraceion.
and comstock votes with trump ninety eight percent of the time. jennifer wexton: endorsed by the washington post. she'll protect a woman's right to choose. jennifer wexton for congress. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. in maryland, democrats are on the front lines. th so much at stake, ben jealous is the bold leader maryland needs. his plans will getour schok to number one and protect our healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agree. " ben jealous has the urage to move families forward." let us stand up for our kids let us stand up for families teet us stand up for our s ben jealous, democrat for governor
i believi've heard storiesnt from people across virginiameg. that have moveo 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'lllways listen to you and focus on solving problems that matter to virginiad t. i'm tim kaine, and i approve this message. jennifer wexton backed a deal and i approve this message. seen barbara comstock's fake ad? leading to massive tolls on 66. nonsense. jennifer wexton fought the tolls on 66.d let's call this plan what it is, the way that it's been rolled out.it
highway robbery. there's also healthcare robbery. barbara comstock voted to sabotage the healthcare market, hiking premiums up to 64%. baara trumpstock -- everything that's wrong in washington. 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.k you alwaw 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. a gas station clerk gunds down in the district for just a few hundred nocks. police are trying to track down this man who they say shot
the worker at the gas station in the brentwood neighborhood in. northeast d and we find pat collins. >> he was known around here as mr. nazir. he was 68 years old. a clerk atis brother's gas station. he was just minutes away from getting he thought the door to the station was locked. he stepped away to go to the restroom and moments later, h was dead. >> to have someone killed, take his life, for this amount of money. this is not, this is not right. >> reporter: that's mohammed agazi, the co-worker. he said he has seen the surveillance tape. he said he knows what happened to his friend, mr. nazir.
it happened around 6:00 saturday morning. they stay gunman was riding outside the gas station store. when he saw him step away from the cash register, that's when he made his move. he grab the cash box. mr. nazir goes into the store. gunfire. this robbery turns int case of murder. >> when he came out, he saw the guy trying to run away with it. he tried on stop him. they had a fight. and thenthushes him i back. he shot him. room.pt him in the back then he tries to come out when the door was locked. >> police haveelsed this surveillance picture of the suspect. he is wearing a black jacket with a red cap. and distressed jeans and what
appears to be dark colored boots. >> now police are hoping other images from other security cameras will lead them to theki er. back to you. >> what a waste. thank you, pat. news4 at 6:00 starts right no >> a contentious mid-term elections starts now. >> a vote for republins as ey vote to continue the extraordinary journey together. >> with a presidential feel. >> we have to fight for this. >> they make their final pitches. >> we're tracking the races that affect you. from virginia to maryland and a high stake r senatee in west virginia. >> plus, an explosion of early g vo what we can learn from the record setting numbers announced over the weekend. now just hours to go until
voters head to the polls. >> the stakes could be be higher. for president trump, the outcome will s the tone for the next two years. >> for his final push, he has left washington to campaign for republican candidates in the madwest. former president o is right here, energizing campaigns in virginia. >> t polls are so tight, and the ear turnout so massive, it is impossible to predict t outcome. our news4 team coverage is beginning with theaces across our area. we want to start with the national piure. those voters are turning out so fa e number of early and absentee ballots cast this yr alone has already doubled what we saw in 2014. so now we're seeing both parties really scramblin
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