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including nights and weekends. so you can do more of what you love. my name is tito, and i'm a tech ops manager at comcast. we're working to make things simple, easy and awesome. this morning, police in montgomery county still working to figure out what led up to a cyclist getting hit. last night ite hos an nba
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game. today, it hosts a book tour. former first lady michelle obama is set to bring her book tour to capital one arena. but don't worry, you know, this is just one of two stops she's making. but wait, they're both sold out. >> sold out.un lievable. as we welcome you in at 6:00 on this saturday morning, hey, good morning to you i'm david culliver i'm angie goff. hope you're up and at it. we've been on the air for 30 minutes. we're ready to go. >> we started a little early today. >> w did start early. lauren rickets also joined us. >> sorry. you cut out. >> you're all nice and fresh you're so happy you didn't have to work yesterday and deal with the aftermath. gosh, that was a mess. >> i know, it's crazy. i'm glad i heard that instead of glossing over that comment. yeah. yesterday listen, thursday we did get a good decent amount of snow up to the north and west of
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d.c. and yeah, yesterday you're just trying to figure out what happened. a lot of things forecasting with the winter weather we know around here all too well about that. but the good news is no winter weather outhere this morning. now, it is cold. feels like the temperatures are in the 20s with areas that had clear skies overnight. to te north, had a little more cloud cover so those temperatures were able to stay in the 30s ands. 40 but as you head out the door this morning, you can leave that umbrla at home. you can pretty much leave it at home all weekend. you willeed the sunglasses and winter coat and accessories. the temperatures will be around 40 degrees 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. nothing happening on the radar right now. we are dry. we have rain in the forecast. we'll talk about that. redskins are playing houston. and also, we'll talk about that forecast as well as thanksgiving week. that all coming up in a little bit. >> sounds good. thanks, lauren. new thismorning, a bicyclist is fighting for their life after s investigato a
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montgomery county police officer hit them in chevy chase. this happened just after 11:00 p.m. still not cle what led up to the crash. we're told the bicyclist is in the hospital with life threatening injuries. chopper 4 c caughtws doing water main repairs on new hampshire avenue. the 16atnch main break happened yesterday. created traffic problems for a lot of therivers out there. 12-foot section of the pipe that broke in two se places that needs to be replaced. repairs are expected to continu on through today, angie. the death toll for the campfire in northern california is now at 71. authorities estimate more than 1,000 people are still unaccountedfor. now, of those 71 remains, 58 have been identified officials say it's tricky to really target just how many people are missing at this point. so that list will change from day to day. t >> i want y understand, though, this is a dynamic list.
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it will fluctuate both up and down everyday. >> president trump is going to visit northern california today to see firsthand the damage. >> a 16-year-old is now behind bars charged in the death of 10-year-old makayah wilson. the teenager is expected to be charged adult. she was killed in a shootout outside of northeast d.c. rlme. r this week, we know that three others were held without bond. >> chilling new details about the death of a 16-year-old girl. her ex-boyfriend confessed to detectes that he allegedly strangled her in january. yesterday in court, detective testified he said he dragged her body into the woods and covered her with leaves. heou prey served time for assaulting. the judge ruled there'scenough
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evido try him for first degree murder. pital may be e h on the verge of closing its doors. the hospital leaders want to shut within the next month on december 14th, but others are fighting to keep it open. they say d.c. other hospitals cannot handle the influx. >> i just thought to myself, what is going to happen to this lady? elyssa is a nurse in providence hospital in northeast d.c. she and many others are asking similar questions s providence officials say the hospital's closure is. immine >> they're going to die out there. >> reporter: the decision now said to bece more of a ity. according to the d.c. hospital association after consecutive yearsf losses. >> every hospital certainly has the right to make business i decisions whi deems to be in its best interest and that of its patients. >> reporter: the washington busiss journal reports
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providence has lost $23 million the past two fiscal years and nearly 10 million in 2015. the fincial piece, of course, a big concern but also what happens next for the existing patients. >> when you're looking at 50,000 visits to an e.r., who absorbs that particularly when many of our e.r.s are already at their capacity. >> there's been a push across the district t keep the doors open beyond the outpatient eventive care that is expected to continue. as the date nears,ro sding d.c. hospitals have als smokpok. the business journal reports they are in no posupion to pick he uxin >> if you really want to invest in the hospital, like you say, then don't close it, fix it. >> nicole jacobs with that repo right there. the hope for many patients and
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nurses is that there will be an extension to that closure date. they're hoping the hospital stays open at ast through june. a boy is recovering after investigators say he was police say it happened near the mt. vernon square station. the boy ran into a metro station.k paramedics too him to the hospital. we have some new information this morning about the murder of an r-82-yd grandfather. court documents reveal the ictim jerry scott called alexandria police four days before he was shot to death to tell them his grandson threatened to kill him. scott was killed over the summer. it turns out they were codes to a storage facility. guns and magazines were found in that storage his p also included links to how to destroy your rifle how does one destroy a gun barrel so that a ballistics
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tests can't connect bulletso a crime scene. a d.c. judge ordered ate suspected wationalist to be held in jail until trial. jeffrey clark pleaded not guilty yesterday. they found troling ite ammunition, noose inside his larthwest washington home. prosecutors say is dangerous. he's facing 11 years in prison. for more than 30 years, nbc 4 has beenng proudly hel people enjoy a thanksgiving meal. and we're hoping that you can give us a nd. join us for our annual food for families turkey and food driv we're hoping to feed thousands of people. and on monday, you can meet news 4 and drop off canned and boxed foash or checks at capital one arena or donate on our website. an american tragedy still shocking 40 years later. this weekend marks the somber anniversary for the huneds of victims at jonestown. up next, hear from a woman who wants you to know this was no
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fine. but few know the horrors like jackiepear of california. >> she was shot but left for. dead now she was sharing her story with nbc's andrea mitchell. >> it was a mass murder that transfixed the world. the victims almost 1,000 men, women and childrenho w followed jim jones, a charismatic church leader promising peace and love in thef jungles south america. but california congressman leo
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lion and his 28-year-old staff attorney jackie spear were hearing sometng much darker. >> there were defectors who came out and were talking about physical abuse, sexual abuse. that there was md control involved. >> at first, they saw smiling faces and cheering crowds.bu then a man passed nbc correspondent don harris a note, someone is t. >> my heart just sunk because i knew that erything we were afraid of was true. >> spears started taking atements from people who wanted to leave. >> what is you wish today? >> to go back. >> anybody who wts to getut of here can get out of here. we have no problem about getting out of here. >> but when they tried to go taking people wit them, tensions exploder. >> there w couples with children in which they were -- one was pulli the child one way, the other the other way because one wanto stay, one wanted to leave. >> suddenly jones' men tried to knife the congressman.
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they got as far as the landing strip and were ambushed. >> i was running towards him, he got hit again and fell. >> the congressmen and four others were killed, including nbc correspondent don harris and camera man bob brown. >> when did wou realize ye shot? >> i was lying on the with my head down, pretending i was dead. then all of a sudden the right de of my body was blown up. i had a bon coming out of my right arm. there was a hole in my thigh the size of a football. >> back in jonestown, jim jones thve a fl order. >> i shutter when people say it was a suicide. they weren't willingingly taking their lives. that was a mass murder. >> they died fromcoolaid laced with cyanide, including 300 children. those who refused were forced or injected with poison. >> we failed 900 heericans.
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>> lives were shattered in part because they had been attracted to this charismatic maniac. they should have been able to get out ofthere. our country owed that to them. >> they saved her arm and leg but shegeas forever ch ten years ago she won congressman ryan's old seat inspired in part by jonestown. andrea mitchell, nbc. ne >> incredible story. 6:14 i your time. live look outside union station. you can see the american flag ere, a breeze going through it. lauren rickets on the other side of this break tracki ng you know when you're at ross and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less.
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it will fill up the vacant office spaces here. >> that's why i'm proud to announce today that amazon has found its next home for innovation right here in our of >> amazon officials siting the northe virginia work force as a key factor in its decision. >> in this location, amazon will be able to attract the top tier talent to help us innovate on behalf of our customers. >> t incentive package to lure amazon worth hundreds of virginia will pay 22,000 jobs for each high pay job creating. the figure could go higher. but part of the commonwealth instment is aimedt creating a pipeline of high-tech talent to fill the amazon jobs. as part of that, virginia tech will open a new innovcaion us in alexandria. >> having virginia tech, one of
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theost premier research universities coming to alexandria is very exciting. >> much of the money virginia has promised doesn't go directly to amazon but into the community. >> over 70% of those comartments goes t education, work force development, infrastructure, transportation and affordae housing. whether amazon wants to come in and other businesses are coming this is something we needed to do for virginia. >>omething that will reshape this corner of the commffwealth. >> t is going to be awesome. >> well, the renderings look really cool. >> yeah. >> nice to see what the transformation will look like. getting to that process will be messy. i think real estate also is going -- that's the main question i've been getting. i live not tooar ay from there. looking touy a place. >> lot of people that were waiting to put their houses on e market i know because they wanted to see where amazon would be placed becau that will up their value. >> they stress, this is
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something that will be a long-term coming. lennials that have to rent for it, get a feel for the area and then make enough money to purchase it's not going to be overnight. >> you have some time. >> we have to buy for april. >> ye >> we haveo buy tomorrow. listen f you're house hunting, doing anythingike that today, it will be great where you can do that. thanksgiving parade? >> sure. >> not yet. >> well -- >> it's this week. >> there's a holidayarade on friday. >> where is that? >> rusty town center1: a.m. >> when, next friday? >> black friday. >> so we'll have that forecast coming up in a little bit. so that will be my next segment coming up just before 7:00 talking about your black friday forecast. right now, let's talk about -- what do have up here? car wash. i can't remember what i started with. swant tort with the fall foilage as welcoming up. but this is what i'm starting with. i'm starting with the carwash. d if you want to go ahead and wash your car, maybe today is
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the day to do g. we'rng to be dry this weekend, but we do have rain chances, small rainhances as we get into monday night into early tuesday. otherwise, for us out some of us are seeing some clouds. some of us are seeing clears sk becoming sunny for everybody. dry conditions all weekend. but we have those rain chances iout a 30% chance. monday nighto early tuesday. temperatures out there rightow 20s to the south, 30s and low 40s. i north whes warmer, that's where we have the cloud cover. so again some sun to the north, sun to south. i think i have that backwards. some clouds to the north, some sun to the uth. hello, good morning. either way we have a mix of sun and clouds. once that sun comes up. but we will all have sunshine by or 9:00 temperatures in the low 40s. not a lot going on out there. headed t right around 50 degrees for daytime highs today. again, blue skies. muchn lighter wind t yesterday. it will be beautiful. tomorrow, those temperatures are right around 50 as well. we're going to still be dry through the day tomorrow with
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more clouds. you coming in here for this? >> do you need some help? can i get you something? do you need more >>coffee? haven't had coffee. yes. i saw you walking over here. i was wonderingt if ts it. what if i read the news? that might be a mess, too. me far as the we need to win this game. by tomorrow, those temperatures will be in the 40s, plentydsf clround for the day tomorrow. now again, we'll have a lot more sunday then n your we do on your saturday. so now let's take a look to monday. start this cck at 5:30 monday morning, if few sprinkles. lateng we'll see a few rain chances into early tuesday. this is green. it's all rain out there. we'll be too warm theay it looks right now. that will be out of here before daybreak on tuesday. wednesday, wednesday is beautiful. low 40s. thanksgiving, mid to upper 40s. so, for your thanksgiving forecasttu those tempes
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will be in the low 40s at 11 and then low to mid 40s by the afternoon. but really not looking too bad. en we head into your friday. black friday temperatures in the s.w 50 then for this upcoming weekend, unfortunately we do have rain we'll talk about more that fall foilage forecast. i had another thing i'll talk i had another thing i'll talk abt that coming uoup.
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classic game, monopoly for millennials. you heard of this? >> i haven't heard of it but that remix isn't sitting well with a lot of people. the coverf the game shows rich uncle penny bags wearing sunglasses, are those ray bans? and ear buds whi taking a selfie. forget real estate, you can't afford iny way. people blasted the game on social mediaal with manyng it condescending and out of touch. the game was announced earlier this week but it alrea sold out. used versions are selling online price.iple the from a business standpoint, i'm sure they don't mind the backlash. >> it's doing well we're talking about it. i don't know, as a millennial, it doesn't affectme. i'm not offended by it. >> no. >> you're a gen-z. >> exactly. >> that's my story. i'm sticking to it. they do monopoly for so many indifferent .
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a lot of millennials are hard workers. >> yes, we are. you are right. >> yes, you are. >> adulting is hard. a you deserv break from that rat race. i don't know. i kind of want to play it. >> i know. >> probably monopoly goes on foreve >> i want to see the little figures. is there a cell phone? >> 6:27. >> there's a hashtag. >> i there really? >> cool. take a live look outsid 42 grees out there. the weather, that never is outdated, right? can't put a spin on that because it is what it looks like we're in for a dry weekend. not bad.
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♪ >> announcer: news 4 today starts now. s officerst down a montgomery intersection after a pedestrian.ser hit a now that person is in a fight for their life. the death toll growing in lifornia. this morning, more than 1,000 people are unaccounted for as firefighters battle the hasliest blaze that state ever seen. last night itn hosted a nba game. today itooosts a b tour. former first lady michelle obama is said to bringou her to capital one arena. but first, we welcome michelle obama in with us -- no. that would be nice. >> yeah. >> she can stop on by. > hopefully waking up in washington. i know she's been traveling across the country to talk about her new. memo >> sold out crowds. >> sold out crowds everywhere.
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>> that's pretty impressive. >> good morning, everybody. join usthat you could on this saturday. i'm angie. along with my son david and lauryn, i like what i hear. all of us should see somens suhine. >> is that what she was saying? >> that' what i could decode. >> you were helping her out a little bit trying to figure out what exactly she was saying. maybe she canno tell us >> have you got your life together? that's all we nd to know. >> did i? i rolled back in here starting to work on a map. i haven't gotten coffee yet. let's hope the wheels don't fall off. but the forecast not looking too difficult. andot looking too bad as we head into this weekend. kind of quiet. now, we d have cloud cover outside of d.c. you can see it right now. clouds in d.c. and areas to the north, temperatuave stayed in the 30s and 40s. to the south, those temperatures are fallen into the 20s and 30 and the reason is because of clear sky. the temperatures. >>reporter: able to everybody will have sunshine out there today. blue skies out there. a littlewe will have
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more cloud cover. then monday, late showers. late night showers but clearing through the day on tuesday. sun coming up just aboutittle fore 7:00. we'll see that sunrise. should be beautiful. and beforehatunrise, those temperatures will climb out of the 40s and will climb into the 50s today. weave rain. we'll talk about your fall foilage, black friday and thanksgiving forecast that's coming up in a little bit. >> thank you, lauryn. developing this morning. theearch is on a gunman. >> this started before1:30 a.m police responded to a shooting at a house on summit drive near fair lawn street. police believe the suspect barricaded himself inside the home. four hours later, police managed to get inside but theunman was gone. the victim was taken to the hospital with non-lifein threateningries. we're going to continue to follow up on this story and bring you the very latest information. >> angie, this is all new this morning. a bicyclist fighting for their life after investigators say a montgomery county police officer
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hit them. this was in chevy chase.e let's t you to the scene from chopper 4 up above just after 11:00 p.m. last night. this is connecticutnd avenue a jones bridge road. it is not clear what led up to this crash. but we're told a bicyclist is in the hospital this morning with life threatening injuries. a crash left a police officer and another person hurt here. thorities tell us the district police cruiser and another vehicle were involved in aatreck central avenue last night. we're told the people both who survived but there were noheord on conditions. exactly what caused that wreck is still under investigat pn. severple out of their homes this morning after a fire ilver springgh a apartment building. we're told flames broke out around 10:30 last night. happened the northwest park apartments on north hampton drive. fire officials say the fire econd and ough the third stories of the building. crews had to rescue several people, but thankfully nobody also on new hampshire
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avenue, chopper 4 caught crews doing water main repairs. the 16 inch water main break happened and it was inconvenience for manf you. we also know there on the crews that we've heard that the road has reopened. >> yeah. >> they finished up all of their work on this broken water main. s i mentioned, this is just north of the beltway and this is toward white oak. it all happened last night, but it has been fixed and the road has been reopened. so, good updat that we just got. >>. ye 6:34, your time now on this saturday, let's take you out west. the death tollor the campfire in northern california is now a. authorities estimate more than 1,000 people are unaccounte for. of the 71 remains, 58 have been identified.t' officials say really tricky to target how many folks are still missing right now. so that list they expect willm
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change f day to day. >> i want you to understand, though, this is a dynamic list. it will fluctuate both up and down everyday. >> president trump will visit northern t california today see firsthand the damage from wt is the deadliest u.s. wild fire in a century. a former high-rankingmo gomery county employee admits to embezzling nearly $7 million from thecounty. according to peter bang's plea agreement, he stole the money over the course of six years while serving as thehief operating officer for the department of economic development. investigators say that position t that money.dir he was only caught after the irs noticed he was spending a lot of money gambling but had not reported all of his income. >> a bulk of the money, the vast majority of it appears to be gone andea a to be gone in gambling casinos across the country. outgoing montgomery executive says they made seral rule changes to prevent an
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embezzlement case like this in the future. he faces up to 40 years in prison. new information, angie, surrounding the death of saudi journalist in turkey. that cia says saudi cro prince mohammed bin salman ordered the hit on jamal khashoggi. the ciasssment first reported by "the washington post" that contradicts saudi claims that the crown prince had nothg to do with th killing. khashoggi was a columnist for the washington post and often criticized the saudi royal family. this turns up the pressure on the trump administration to further punish a close u.s. ally. one of the authors of the post story appeared on cnn's eri burnett outfront last night. take a listen. >> there is a phone call from inside the consulate, we understand from our sources, from one of the individuals that was part of the hit team calling back t saudi arabia to confirm to a senior aide to mohammed bin salman that th assassination had taken place. >> the post said the saudi
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ambassador to the u.s. khashoggi to go to istanbul and assured him he would b safe. the ambassador has now denied those claims. a d.c. judgeg is eashe restrictions on john hinckley. >> that's right, the man who shot president reagan inn assassination attempt happening more than 30 years ago. n 2016, hinckley was transferred from a mental health hospital to his mother's home in williamsburg, virginia. now audge agreed to reduce required doctor visits and loosen some of hinckley's release conditioning. hinckley is seeking an unconditional release. his attorney says he has not been a danger to the public for decades. president trump says he very easily answered writtenon ques in the mueller investigation but says he's not submitted them quite yet. the president spoke with reporters fm the oval office yesterday. this was after a bill signing. he did not say when he would send in those answers, but he sured folks that h attorneys did not write out the answers that he did. >> i'm sure they're tricked up.
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they like to catch people -er ws the wea sunny or was it rainy? he said it may have been a good day. was rainy. therefore he told a lie. he perjured himself. so i have to be careful when you answer questions with peoplebl that pro have bad intentions. >> on thursday, president trump lashed out in a series of tweets about the investigation into russian campaign interference, calling it a total mess. well, capital one arena is sold out tonight but it's not for a srting event or concert. it's for former first lady michelle obama andhe's talking about her new memoir "becoming." it's moderated by valerie jarrett, a former top aide to presidenshobama. will return on november 25th for another discussion. both events are sold out. tickets are reportedly going for hundreds of thousands of dollars online. wow. up next on news 4 today, unusual scholarship requiremen this is helping students move beyond their family's
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diaresq. to the rescue. well, this time of year high school seniors are busy filling out college applications and many will be applying for scholahips available to help with the high cost of tuition. >> it tends to be a stressful time for them. while there are thousands of monetary awards, grants a gifts available, they each can have their own set of requirements. barbar harrisonet a young woman working hard to raise money to help students in situation just like her's. >> unusual fraternity of scholars, friends formed by an alliance that at one time ither would have wante to admit to. >> i didn't want to speak about, coming from a place of hurt and just trying to move forward in my life. >> this group all wanted to move forward,hutting out a sad secret in their lives and making college their goal.
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>> we didn't know how we were going to pay for college at all. >> i was college scholarship searching online to find a way to pay for school. >> she read about a scholarship with a requirement that surprised her, created by someone she had something in commonwith, that was yasmine who turned her own life around when she signed up for a program called learn serve in high school. >> in learn serve, they asks to identify an issue in our community or in our personal lives that makess angry or something that we want to see change and improve. and, the issue i identified is ma mass incarceration or more specifallyhe effects of children and families. >> yaz mean had a reason toe c about that. >> my biological father has been in and out of jail and federal prison. after about 3 years old, i didn see my father. i didn't see my father until i was a teenager.
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>> she knew there had to other kids with the same secret she had been ashamed to share. >> there are 2.3 million youth in the united states that have an incarcerated parent. >> while still in high school, she created a programle c scholarships. >> the chips stands for children ofnccerated parent. >> first grant of 1,000 dollars from the learn serve program, she went out looking for s donations and found so many kids like herself. >> my father has been in prison all my li >> my mom was incarcerated. >> my brother was incarcerated. >> he is still incarcerated. i go see him when i can. >>ev in the years her program has been raising f ds and handing out small is scholarship, she has raised and awarded more than $100,000 to 51 students. so far, 13 have already graduated. rana, law school now, says it's been more than just financial help. >> it actually got me comfortable talking about having an incarcerated parent >> and put m in a group of
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people who kno andunderstand. >> going through similar things or situations like myself. >> most of them have found a way to reconnect with a family mber they had wanted to erase from their lives. yasmine's father is back. >> now he's moved back to washington, d. and is working two jobs. he's doing very well and i'm very proud of hi k iw he's proud of me, but i'm proud of him. >> for more information about the scholarchips program, learn how to donate. >> i love that. there's a free conference for high school seniors coming up at the latin american youth center a week from today. 6:44 is your time. a live look at after a week of snow cold weather.
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the today show is next on nbc 4. we'll u take you to new york right now. a preview. hey, guys. >> good morning to you. coming up on this saturday morning, the lates from california where officials now say more than 1,000 people are r unaccounted as the death toll rises once again. this as president trump prepares to fly to the region today. we're live. also ahead this morning, a cautionary tale about a terrifakng new scamg the rounds. listen to this, virtual kidnappers as they're called, call your home andell you the kidnapped a loved one. this actually happened to an olympic swimmer and hs going to share his story with us this morning. and i'm bringing out my inner child after a sneak peek inside the famed fao schwartz
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om the awesome giant piano to incredible toys any kid will be happwith. i'll show you what the new store in new york city is all about. >> we need a famil field trip to bounce around on those pianos. >> it's so close to you. >> right across the street. >> i cannot wait to see this. >> and youo got the burgundy memo. i don't know what's going on. i like it. >> i feel like we're from hog warts or something. >> hyeah. e a slit rin right here. sorry. he has no idea what we're talkinabout. >> come on. i'm a millennial. i know exactly what you're talking about. >> we'll see you in a t. >> have a good day. hey, angie is always working for you, even when she's asleep. >> that's right. there was a reason for it this time, cdc says 70 million americans do not get enough rest. i'm one of t people, so are you. >> yeah. >> we both actually went to sleep labs recently to check out solutions that you can try.
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>> see you in the morning? >> see you in the morning. >> good night. >> getting a full night sle has never been easy. having to wake for work in the middle of the help.t doesn't so i checked into the center for sleep and wake disorders. >> hi. >> i'll turn on this sleep. >> andearned i'm a complete recipe for rest disaster. >> now we're going to meet with the doctor and see what the data shows. >> this is one tired person whose brain actually knows how to sleep who hast gotten enough. >> sleep expert believes i have more of aer ise c yan rhythm. no set bedtime and average of four hours of sleep a night. >> the more you liveour shift from day to day, the more your brain can anticipate and knows e what to . >> that means sleeping and waking up athe same time everyday even on weekends. then there's the kids in the bed, drinking coffee all day and using my phone a lot at night. >> light is a drug that promotes
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wakefulness. this then takes that light signal, suppresses the secretion of melatonin which should trigger sleepiness. >> all common mistakes that can be corrected. starting with wearing a pair of these u-vex glass a coupl hours before bed. >> they're amazing and they filter out the blue light. >> turns out, there are special lightbulbs to help turn t lights off in the brain, too. all things to t try knowi risks of not sleeping. sleep apnea and dangers driving and the long-term links to diabetes, dementia, obesity and heart disease. >> we sleep to reset yourselves physically and mentally. we sleep to ve. d we're going to live longer if we sleep enough. >> welloc the sleep had a few other tips. take a warm how isser to wind. do keep space around your bed organized and the room dark, quiet andol if still anxious, doctors say sleep and meditation apps can help but makey sure t don't
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require your brain to engage too much. she suggestsxperimenting with musics or a podcast. she prescribed me to wear those glasses. i've been wearing them at night and changed the lightbulbs in my room. i do a split sleep schedule. you need to go to bed at the same time and wor in that nap. for me, we're trying to get me up to six hours a night. >> but even t continue that on your days off. >> yes, on the weekend as well. >> that's tough. >> that's hard. that's hard. >> you want to have a social too., >> interesting to see she said split your sleep. a lot ofd people s don't do it. >> you have to get it. we need it to live. by the way, those glasses only eight bucks online. >> good to know. also something to know, the weather is not that bad this .eekend. >> i kn dry. >> so that's good. we've got dry conditions out there this weekend. we'll have sunshine today, a few more clouds tomorrow. but don't worry about it.
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it's not going to loooo bad. unfortunately what may look bad is out ithe shenandoah valley. we got the snow and wind and rain. so it not be the prettiest time to go look at the fall foilage because it's past peak where we see those beautiful, brilliant colors. just a heads up if you're planning to do that today. some of the leaves may be down on the ground because of the yesterday.d beautiful morning. the sun just coming up. we have clouds out there. a'll scour them out we head through the morning. look at this, not a lot of rain chancesos we into the next several days. a small chance of rain as we head into your monday night. but that's about it. radarg happening on t right now. we are dry. temperatures areas in the 30s and 40 that's where you have a little bit more cloud cover. if you're in the 20s, clear skies. that was -- let that temperature fall a littlo bit because clouds to insulate us. now as we head through 9:00 a.m., a of u will have some sunshine.
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gorgeous conditions, sunny skies. temperatures are toppingut right around 50 degrees today. so maybe if you're headed out for exercise, can be nice this afternoon. of course it's chi this morning. car wash, go ahead and get it down. yard work, looking good. not a lot ofd that w out there thank goodness. 50 degrees going to be your daytime high y. same deal tomorrow. we'll be in the low 50s. fau more clouds around o your sunday. then as we get into monday, we do have a chance of rain, mainly in the evenin it could touch our northwestern suburbs earlier in the morning, but other than that, this will be a late night thing and ohould be out here before that tuesday morning commute and becoming sunny as we get into tuesday. rhen as we get into wednesday, little coo thanksgiving not looking that bad. temperatures on thanksgiving are going to be in the 40s and dropping into the 30s. fo your black friday morning, you can see look a that, plenty of sunshine as we get into your black friday morning. but other than that, really not going to be that bad of a day.
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