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voters' hands. tonit, the highstakes, and what to know before you go to the polls. tracking a line ofer s storms well to our west that will impact your election day. i'll show you >>how. plus, a news 4 investigation. unt underage kids booking r untraceablees behind their parents' backs. >> i know it's not the safest thing to do. >> we reveal the suburban secret your kids don't want you to know. news 4 at 11:00 starts now. but we begin tonight with breaking news.e two peo are dead in a crash right outside a high school. >> news 4's shomari stone is on the scene tonight in woodbridge, virginia. shomari, it was a bus and a car that collided?te >> rep that is krex. a bus and a car. i musts tell you, t is a horrific crash. i've covered crashes over the last 20 years, and this is one the worst that i've seen. let me move out of the way.
on the otheride of the prince william county suvs, on the other side of the firetruck, at is where the crash occurred. let's show you pictures of what happened. photos. this sedan is now mangled metal. hard to imagine this is a car. w two people in this car. they died on the scene on the 14,000 block of near garfield high school. medics drove a third person in the car to pifairfax hl in critical condition. let's show you some more video of the scene now. llpolice say this a started around 8:30 tonight. there was a collision between the sedan and the prtc bus. now, the carff went the road and crashed into a pole, damaging power lines. there were no passengers on the bus, just the driver, and he was not injured. police have not released the names of the people involved. this cause of the collision is unigr inveion. live here in woodbridge, shomari >> thank you, shomari.
we have been talking about it for months. even years. ection day is about an hour away now. >> the stakes couot be higher. the poll are open. it's impossible what could happen. >> more tha 35 million americans are already cast their ballots. we're watchg to see if election day brings record turnout at the polls tomorrow. >> polling places in virgini open at6:00 in the morning. the polls in maryland and d.c. open an hour ler at 7:00 a.m. >> but w badther could also have a big impact on turnout. we're working for you with team coverage tonight. leon harris is keeping tabs on those last-minute >> but we begin with jackie bensen. she's live outside waltwhitman high school inethesda with at you can expect at your polling place. >> reporter: well, take a look, you can already see the campaign sign in the ground behind me, and if that person who hands y the "i just voted" sticker tomorrow looks like they' e
younugh to be a middle school student -- they probably are. >> so, the assignment for tonight.r: >> reportet takes a small army of people to transform the public meeting room of the chevy chase library into a montgomery county polling place. >> you future voters can leave this room, go to the bathroom or the break room, that's it. >> reporter: as the clock ticks down to election day, a good deal of the muscle work, setting up the voting booths and other things was being done by members of the future vote program. >> so, he was recruited with our future vote program at dcc. >> reporter: montgomery county students grades six and up can earn some of the student service learning hours needed to graduate from high school or a small daily stipend. >> this is my second time volunteering. >> reporter: why did you come back? >> it's really fun. and a nice way to help out the community.ep
>> rter: at 16, they can become full-fledged election judges. >> i know if i mess up, it crews up a lot of things. they emphasize that a lot in training. >> this is the way, like this. >> reporter: the program, which has 01, participants was started in 2004 by the montgomery cnty board of elections. >> it involves making sure that the equipment is lined up, it's connected. the posters are on the walls. >> reporter:o anight, the montgomery county board of elections confirms it is dealing with a last-minute matter oentified by the state maryland, which involves same-dayegistration early ballot requests. now, we've been told the voters question haveeen identified and that information has been sent to their polling places,tho would not be able to vote a second time. we're told that that done tomorrow morning before the polls open on what promises to be a very busy, very hectic
election day. live in bethesda, jackie pbense, >>news 4. jackie, mu. a former president and u.s. setor made a surprise stop in y.northern virginia to president obama and virginia senator tim kaine is visited supporters of jennifer wexton. they cameith doughnuts, too. wexton is trying to unseat barbara comstock. comstock's volunteers worked tht phonesay. maryland, larry hogan sits on a double-digit lead in the polls in the governor's race his competitor, democrat ben jealous, hoping to ride a blue wave ao the way t an if hogan wins, he would be the first two-term republican governor in maryland since the '50s. >> a hotly contested senate race in west virginia, senator joe hanchin facing well-funded republican cenger patrick morrissey.
both candidates acknowledge the race is tightened. both in the east today, for last-minute campaigning. president trump knows what is at stake tomorrow. air force one has been getting a rkout since last week. he's mad one stop this evening in indiana. he's speaking now inmissouri. news 4's leon harris is at the live desk. indiana typically leans republican, leon. >> yeah, it does, jim. over the years, that's what we've seen. indiana has an extremely tighte race nowen a democratic incumbent senator, joe donnelly, and republican senate condition mike braun. now, braun welcomed the president in ft. wayne today, and then the president brought out three surprise guests sarah sanders, along with advisers te s kellyanne conway ivanka trump. they addressed the crowd, in an effort to get more women to the polls. anpening within the last hour, the president was in missouri, where a big senate race is at stake. democratic incumbent claire
mccaskill trying to win a tight race against republican josh hawley. the president blasting the migrant caravan in mexico. >> other countries, that we pay hundre millions of dollars to a year, and then they allow caravans to form. that's not going to go on too long, i'll tell you. >> now, the democrats have been relying on former president obama recently, as we mentioned, he was in northern virginia day, urging voters to flip the house and the senate. >> most importantly, the character of this country is on the ballot. who we are is othe ballot. >> there were 35 senat elections in 33 states. democrats are playing defense in most of those races, but they are optimistic about their chances at flipping the house. doreen, back to you. >> leon, thank you. our news 4 team will be working for you election day. tune in at 7:30 tomorrow ening for an nbc 4 election special. we'll have updates throughout the night, right through news 4 at 11:00.
and a news 4 i-teti will be on patrol tomorrow, tracking any potential problems at the polls. if you see any issues at your polling place, send them a tip, hope the nbc washington app and search i-team. well, let's turn to the weather and talk about the impacts from the weather on ting. when are the driest times to vote, doug kammerer? >> well, i think you can go early tomorrow and defnitely latehe day. it's the middle portion of the afternoon that iof really kind orried about. right now, a very dreary night across the regite. as a mof fact, take a look at this picture. this is our tower cam, and you can see, we are socked in with the clouds. we've got the fog, areas of drizzle around. j it ist kind of a nasty night. and look what we're looking for. look at we're looking at, rather. we have a line ofthunderstorms, a severe line of storms making its way our way. nothing around our region right now, as far as storms go, butde fog. in to the uth, kentucky, tennessee, numerous tornado
warnings andwatches. and that line is working our way and it will be here tomorrow morning. let's talk about it. tracking the forecast for thete of course, we're tracking that for you hour by hour. possible severe stos with that line, and then even more rain coming later this week. a lot to talkabout, guys, we continue to be in a very stormy pattern,mo including ow. much more on this in just a minute. >> aght, doug. a heads up for mark riders. a trainrash may caudelays for you. the amtrak train was headed from union station to chicago when it crashed into a tractor thtraile. e were 157 passengers onboard. no. injuri the truck was fromhe cirque paranormal. amtrak, mark and csx traffic was shut down. up in at 11:00, another source is reporting amazonill split its second headquarters in
two. at 6:00, we told you that nbc news was romorting theny might move into two cities withn hq2, and just one. tonight, "the new york times" is reporting those two cities are queens, new york, andrystal city, virginia. last week, "the washington post" raised some eyebrows saying amazon was in deep talks to move to crystal city.a ecision on hq2 is expected before the new year. the u.s. olympic committee tonight is considering a nucar option. it doesn't want usa gymnastics to rule that sportanymore. this follows lawsuits and the recent departures of top staff and the scandals with former team dr. larry nassar. nassar will be locked up for the rest of his life, after he molested young girls involved in the sport. the 0 limb mick committee says it will make sure training and competitions continue as usual. a real-life nightmare happening while you sleep. underage kids booking
untraceable rides after hours. >> why was it tempting to do it? >> because everybody's doing it. >> the news 4 i-team and a local mom go undercover, tracking every turn of her daughter's late-night ride. >> that child could have met a predator online in the middle of the night. >> we'll sw you how they're
at this critical moment in america... in maryland, democrats are on the front lines.o withch at stake, ben jealous is the bold leader maryland needs. his plans will get our schools back ben jealous is the bold leader maryland needs. to number one and protect our healthcare. maryland's teachers, nurses and president obama agree.be jealous has the "courage to move families forward." let us stand up for our ks let us stand up for families let us stand up for our state ben jealous, democrat for governor self proclaimed mother of the chemical weapon corp meet aime hoeber. where she referred to nerve gas as just insecticide developed for people. someone who's made a career cashing in on her government contacts- wa sued for using her position as a board member to defraud shareholders. and is now pursuing trumps agenda of defunding planned parenthood
and denying medical coverage is to people with pre ng conditions. the more you know aimee hoeber, the less you want to. i'm david trone, i approve this message. could this be your child? tonight, a news 4 i-team undercover investigation exposing how young kids are sneaking out of the house at night and hopping a ride with strangers when you're asleep. >> i had no idea that my child
could leave the house in thehe middle of night and end up virtually anywhere. >> a mlerted us about the new trend with middle schoolers, using a popul ride-sharing app to go anywhere they want. sometimes with no way for the parents to track them. >> it's alarming. and tonight, investigative reporter scott mcfarland and the i-team show you just how it dohappens and what you ca about it. >> reporter: from d.c. to bethesda to silver spring, it's become a natural part of night life, among the bars, restaurants and nightclubs, an endless parade of uber cars waiting for passengers. >> i know it's not the safest thing to do. >> reporter: but in the suburbs, you'd be surprised who the news 4 i-team found calling for a pickup.ou how many ofave taken an uber late at night? all of you? yeah. >> yeah. >> reporter: meet eli sa, 13 years old, and her friends molly and eileen.
why was it tempting to do it? >> every was doing it. >> reporter: these middle hhoolers say their friends sneak out of these after midnight and use uber to meet up with each other atpa ies, homes or unknown locations. were you nervous? >> yeah, a little bit. you're in some random person's car. >> reporter: a ownup. >> yeah. >> you're out in the middle of the night. even if it's not the uber that's the problem, it's where you're going. >> i think parents have no ea >> reporter: eli sa's mom sandra was shocked to learn the first time he was in an uber driver alone, she was only 12. >> what is a driver thinking, at 2:00 in the morning and a little girl comes out? >> reporter: the i-team is about to show yo it's 12:30 on a friday night. eliza books an uber, waiting on a dar o street in front her house. want parents to know it and earn howy daughter to serious this is. >> reporter: tracking devices monitoring eliza, her mom rides wi, as we follow close behind.
minutes later, a driver picks her tup. >>re she goes. >> reporter: he drives her eight minutes to her destination. anotr dimly lit home. to teens tell us they are using haeir parents' uber accounts or using another way makes it difficult to trace them. using these. uber gift cards. set up a new account and use the gift card? >> yeah. >> reporter: then you're not traceable? >>eah. >> i didn't think my children would be able to do that, because they don't have credit cards. >> reporter: watch as eliza uses a gift card to books oo ride. this time, it's 1:30 in thein mo her destination, a 24-hour gas station near the highway. the i-team stays close behind. her mom constantly on the phone with her. >> i'm seriouslyfurious. >> reporter: instead of the gas station, the kia drops eliza off next door. >> avi think he should h said, how old are you? our policy is, we don't drive minors. do your parents know?
are you okay? >> reporter: uber told the se i-team t reports are concerning, that it's policies prohibit drivers fromin all minors to ride unaccompanied and says it will investigate a complaints. and the company says its drivers shou report underage riders. that didn't prevent this uber driver from picking up eliza at 2:00 a.m. from the gas station. she ss he was policte, but never asked her age. i'm with channel 4. this time, we had snse quest for him. do you have any concerns about picking up something as young as the passeng you just picked up? >> ah, not really. >> reporter: if you see somebody young, you think their parents must have signed off on it? >> yes. >> reporter: did you expect all three to pick her up without a question? >> i couldn't belie how easy it was. >> reporter: easy and alarming to sandra about the possibility. >> that child be running away. that child could have met a predator online in the middle of the night. >> just kind of thinking, it probably won't be me that
something bad will happen to me. it's not going to be me. >> reporter: taking a chance with these suburban sneakouts. scott mcfarland, news 4 i-team. >> unbereevable. >> w sorry if that interferes with your sleep tonight, parents. but you needed to know about that. >> exactly. >> that is scary. >> wow. >> headscratcher. >> that's my daughter, i'm -- i'm ready, boy. >> look out, uber driver. >> wet got some s of scary weather coming our way tomorrow. >> you know, it's going to be ng really interesust how this impacts our day, because obviously a huge day tomorrow with everybody out there one thing i can tell you, take the umbrella. you will need it at times during your day on ytuesday. no matter what time you get out there, especially early in the day. later portion, lot better. take a look outside right now. it is nasty, it is dreary. we've got the fog and we've got drizzle. current temperature, still very mild. 55 degrees. winds out of the 3 miles an hour. that's not going to get rid of nil of that fog. drizzlen the ray daurp. very hard to pick up. but we've got it out there region.our
visibility down to a third of a mile in some locations, especially down to partsrnf soutmaryland. not much in the way of steady rain around. just a drizzle. our storm that brought us the rain earlier today is out of here. here's the next one. and look at this line of storms, th yellow, those are tornado watches. the areas of red here, look at this little red box, those are tornado warnings. we've seen tornado from this system and this whole thing moves our way overnight tonight. let's show you the severe weather outlook tonight. it is all down to the south. tennessee, mississpi and alabama. slight risk as far north as kentucky. for us, this shifts to the north and southern maryland, including the anne arundel county, under a slight risk for severe weather. that means we have a pretty good chance of seeing a severe thunderstorm warning. even here, i think w could see some strong storms. so, watch this, here's hour by hour. 6:00 a.m., shower activity. expect wet roads when y wake up tomorrow morning. 8:00 a.m., shower activity but
nothing too heavily. you get out to thels parly, you'll be fine with the umbrella. watch what happens here by 10:00 a.m. heavunr showers a d.c., but you can still manage okay. here's that line coming through across o region. and by noon, it's already across the i-95 corridor, around the i-95 corridor, to the west, you're starting to get better here. this moves through very thickly. line is already across the chesapeake by 1:30, and then we're jus dealing with showers and watch this. if you're able to go in the aven afternoon, 2:00, 3:00, we clear out. we see some sunshine tomorrow afternoon. it's not all day rain at all, but again, the best time to be out will be tomorrow afternoon if you can do it. again early and then again late. tomorrow's planner, showers at0 a.m. here's the stormy time, around lunch, and then breezy.es temp, though, 65 tomorrow afternoon. so, really looking good. clear skies tomorrow night. how about the next couple of days?mo 69 ow. 65 wednesday, looking good. thursday, 56.
and then moreain on friday, something we just don't need. another wet friday. we've seen so many of them, leading into what will be a chilly tuweekend. ay and sunday, very cool. but cold air, really cold, temperatures for a high, 39 next wednesday. overnight low temperatures, elow freezing in most locations. cold enough that i got to say od-bye, because we'll be right od-bye, because we'll be right back.
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tonight, an e of why the caps lead the nhl in goals per game this season. upside down or right side up, fans hoping to see tom wilson, but he still serving his suspension. but his team had no problem tonight against the oilers. first period, up 1-0, traviit boyd w a nice feed to devante smith-pelly, shooting and scores. boyd making his season debut with the caps. first two goals of the game from the fourth line. riey're up 2-0. second pe, now a 2-1 game, nicklas backstrom doingkl nicas backstrom things. feeds t.j. oshie,ho beats cam talbot. and check out this replay. no look behind the back pass. backy to oshie. oshie finishing the job. caps up 3-1. and later, now a 3-2 game, caps on the power play, and alex ovechkin on the reirund,g and scores. his 11th goal this season. career goal number 8. caps win, 4-2, as backup goalie phoenix copy picks up his first win at capital one arena.
and after, oshie beaming about that feed from backy.>> ou're going to have to ask him how he does that stuff. it was kind of just waiting for the right time to shoot through the mide and figured he'd give it to me on the forehand, but apparently that wasn't available to em, so, h did the spin-a-rama backhand on the tape. i've been spoiled here playid with 19 night was no different. on wednesday, backstrom will be honoor his 600th career assist before the penguins game. > the redskins dealing with insults and injury, just their third loss of the season. the redskins will be down three more players on offense. starting to feel like last season, righr the roste just getting plagued with injuries. right guard brandon sheriff suffered aorn pectoral muscle in yesterday's loss. sheriff, one of the best in the nfl at his posion. so on sunday, left guard shawn lavall tearing his acl. but all this, let's not nor get the skins already would pro bowl left tackle trent williams out a
month afteraving some surgery. that's three-fifths of the offensive line out. also out, wide receiver paul richardson. we saw him out there yesterday, he's been playing through some pain, will dergo season-ending shoulder surgery. but maybe the silver lining for redskins fans, thet cowboys j lost to the titans on "monday night football." >> that's righ >> we'll take that. >> yeah, and hand it to handily we can get you out to redskins practice. o-line. >> oh, yeah, that's what we need. need. >> all right.
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brat went washington, taking hundreds of thousands from big drug companies, wall street banks, and other corporate special interests and voting to give his big corporate donors big tax breaks, making the next generation pay. dave brat went washington, and all we got was the bill. saying barbara comstock'sorses je"promise has turned to dust." she's trump's "unquestioning foot soldier." jennifer wexton 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. he turnebusinessman. naacp. ben jealous. "marylander of the year". endorsed by president obama for his "vision, experience and courage to move maryland forward."
ben's vision: medicare-for-all, fully fund our schools, and an economy 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. 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. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- rachel maddow,