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hurry! it's your last chance. this offer ends january 17th. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800.974.6006 tty/v dry and cold to end your weekend, but we're waiting to see when the next round of wintry weather will hit our area and chuck bell says it could come at the most inconvenient time for you. >> and developing this morning in the district two deadly shootings. what police are telling us about those. good morning on this sunday morning and welcome to "news 4 today." i'm adam tuss. >> and i'm angie goff. cold temps today but hopefully the temperatures will rise. >> chuck's here to tell us about all of them. >> good morning.
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sunday off to a start. it's been bombs away. this isn't what we're worried about. we're always looking to the next thing in the weather department. you can see a huge swath of advisories that go up to and including north. there are no winter weather advisories in our area just yet. i emphasize just yet because we're right on the line and it's going to ba close call. it tells you one thing. it's not going to be a big event but it could be an annoying event in the sense that little pockets of freezing rain could be a problem tonight and early tomorrow morning. look at these temperatures. 9 in culpeper 10 in lee and manassas. bundle up. temperatures will stay in the 20s through most of the mid to late morning hours before gradually climbing up into the mid-to late 30s.
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near 40 in southern maryland, mid to upper 30s northern maryland. so the weather headlines, it will be warmer today. when i see you next we'll talk about that rain/wintry mix and it will be chilly but not cold all week. >> chuck thanks. d.c. police now investigating two deadly shootings from overnight. we've been on the phone all morn what we know at this point. the most recent shooting happened about 20 minutes before 1:00 this morning. a young boy was shot on t. street. you can see the police shut down the street. and then the other shooting was on homey street. meanwhile mean we're trying to find out the victim's name. meanwhile police are looking for someone who was wearing a mask. >> i don't think -- i don't think we even thought about our
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own safety. we had one concern and that was for the young man. >> only on "news 4" we're hearing from the three prince george's county officers who attempted to retri pond. he did not survive. what they went through. >> reporter: these three prince george's county police officers whose paths had brought before brought together in a way they'll never forget. brendan taylor was working security in the area. >> i heard the mom scream for help. >> reporter: her child was in the water ahmed sheets of ice. another child would lead taylor to the scene. he could see the child's clothes on the water. >> at that time i started to creep on the ice and it started crack. >> reporter: other officers starts going in. >> i started making my way out
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there and the ice broke. once i was wet. i was wet and i started swimming over to the kid. >> we broke. >> he would pluck the unconscious child from the water and pass him off to officer taylor. >> we had one concern and that was for the young man. we've got one goal. we need to try to save him. >> all three who are cpr certified began working, doing chest compressions. >> when he came up i had never seen anything like that before and hopefully i will never see anything like that. >> once i stoot up my uniform was squeaking because it was iced ore. >> strangers would bring out blankets and they rushed the boy to the hospital. he did not survive. >> my prayers are with the family especially the mom. >> you never like to see that with children even adults. it's sad. >> although the child didn't make it we all came together and did the best we could do as
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the police department. >> reporter: there's been talk to seal this pond off or at least make it harder to get to. there's talk about a fence but the settlement is not unanimous. in the coming days something has to be done. in oxon hill derrick ward "news 4." alexander police will be out warning neighbors about a robber on the lewis. on friday an 48-year-old man came home to find a burglar in his house in the delray neighborhood. the victim convicted the burglar. he was stab edbed and took off. >> there's going to be a lot of cleaning up today from a fire in ft. washington. a viewer sent us this cell phone video. you can hear the sirens and see smoke pouring from apartments on the upper floor. investigators say the fire started because of a problem with a furnace. 11 apartments the homes of 22
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adults and five children were all destroyed. >> after the worst terrorist attack in france's recent history, a huge rally is planned today in paris. the country is vowing to fight terrorism with a cry for freedom. hundreds of thousands are expected to attend this march including heads of several european nations and u.s. attorney general eric holder. that's posing a big security challenge for the french police. france's security says it be l be at an attack level. the three men behind the terrorism were killed friday by police. meanwhile authorities are still searching for this woman. she is a link to the three al qaeda-inspired terrorists who carried out this week's attacks. hyatt boumeddiene is a common wife of whounone who was killed. here's the things to watch
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for in the weeks ahead president obama will be talking about law enforcement. he'll talk about long-term strategy for the year. they're preparing for the state of the union address a little over a week from today. >> in the week ahead the senate will vote on the keystone pipeline. they eat vote whether to finish the project or not. one version of the bill passed the house last week president obama has vowed to veto the bill if it hits his desk. you hear the sound of that, don't you, adam? >> uh-huh. sure do. >> the health expo kicked off yesterday. >> meredith vieira stopped by for a question-and-answer session. there were health screenings zumba classes and even a selfie
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booth. how about that one angie? there's much more to come from the washington convention center from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. and i'll be headed there after the show. >> great. you can join in on the fun as well starting at 9:00 a.m. you can keep up to date with all the events at the expo. there's an app. if you've got an i phone, search for expo to go. you can see the weekend events and set reminders for the ones you want to go't miss them. >> there you go. tiffany's is getting known for more than their blue boxes. >> a look outside where it is very cold. a little warmer than yesterday but still freezing. soon you'll have the rain to deal with as we
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well its is a first for one of the most famous jewelers. tiffany is featuring a gay couple and it's the latest couples campaign. they're not models but a real-life new york city couple which is also different. tiffany's joins a number of advertisers with same-sex comes in their ads. >> good for them. it seems to be that the website for the golden globes is raising eyebrows. it listed some of the winners on friday. it was brief but it's caused a stir. that company that operates the website says that they were conducting a test and it accidentally went live. spoiler alert here. the site listed "selma" as best drama and "into the woods," but it may not be the true reason there. the officer said the titles were chosen at random for the test there. the question remains fast that information was actually leaked
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or not. the show airs tonight on nbc, got all that? and a first live look at 6:00. the golden globe arrival starts at 7:00 p.m. and the show itself starts at 8:00. i don't think we gave it way. >> we know two winners will be there. tina fey and amy poehler knock it out of the park. >> i wish i could say it's going to be all of something for everybody, but it's not. for most of us it will be rain but there will be pockets of iciness to deal with late tonight into early tomorrow morning. keep that in mind as you make your plans. you may want to move that alarm time clock back a couple of minutes early for your monday morning at least to given yourself a little more time. extra time always helps on a monday morning. outside right now, cold. 22 degrees outside in washington. windchills are down at 16. what to expect today and tonight?
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increasing clouds today. an opportunity for some areas of freezing rain between about 2:00 a.m. and 9:00asm on a.m. on monday morning. use extreme caution. this is not something you're going to be used to seeing coming. be ready for this. this morning the issue is cold. 11 in fredericksburg 12 degrees in winchester and front royal. what to wear? you bet you. heavy coats and scarves today. no umbrella. you could use the sunglasses going out this morning. advisories are already posted north of the mason dix p line back from cincinnati out toward indianapolis and st. louis. it's going to be moisture where we're going have an opportunity to see rain tomorrow. bright sunshine to get us started. clouds coming in later this afternoon into tonight and here we are at 11:30 tonight. not a lot of moisture out there. but, again, with the ground
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frozen anything that coming down could very well turn into patches of black ice, and temperatures by tomorrow morning hovers just at or below freezing mark. ite going to be a marginal event, but any time you have freezing rain, it could be trouble. staying cold tuesday. a little chance for rain/snow on tuesday and moderate. >> it's 6:15. up next we have "reporter's notebook for you." >> good morning and welcome to "reporter's notebook" and i'm jim handly. former governor bob mcdonnell sentenced to two year a lot more than what the prosecutors have been asking for. his wife will be sentenced in february. were you surprised at the two years for him? >> well i don't know that i was surprised. i thought he would get a lot more though.
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i know they made a pitch to get community service. a lot of people thought community service would be good. my impression is a lot of people are mad at him, feel very let down but how much do you inflict on somebody. yet by giving a prison sentence you show if a public official goes wrong he will do jail time maybe not much but it sends a signal. so far i don't get a sense that a lot of people disagree with that. there will be some who think he should have gotten more. >> i think the thing is the judge thought he could get 10 to 12 and they went to recess and when he came back he got two. what's interesting he took into
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account the 400 letters of support that mcdonnell got. the fact that he's a military vet, served 15 years in the military the fact that he was a public servant. so he put all of this into the mick and made some comments about the fact that these federal guidelines that say you have to have seven to eight years and he's not really comfortable with that. so i think the larger issue is if that can be applied to a former governor account it be applied to the regular joe that comes in if you don't like the federal stipulations of sentencing would you apply that to a normal person and i don't know that a judge would to that. so i think knocking down the sentence -- >> you mean like a special treatment thing for him? >> i think some could argue that. if you go from 10 to 12 to 2 and take into accou public service, some people might do that. >> judge spencer has a reputation of being a fair and honest straight up kind of individual from vilks that ss ss ss
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ss -- individualk former governor mcdonnell should consider himself very lucky to be quite candid. >> yeah. >> and i agree with dave. the message is sent. you're going to do jail time. so the rest of you elected officials out here, if you get involved in this kind of thing, you will go to jail. >> we think he's going to jail, but he's going to appeal. >> if i were his lawyer i would too. you asked about his wife. if he gets two years, she's going to get time too. they may do like they did with jack johnson. they might stagger it so one is in jail at a different time. they did that with jesse jackson jr. of course they had minor children involved.
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but i think the former governor should consider himself lucky he's not doing a long time. >> and his wife might get probation probation. even though they put a lot on her, they might -- >> i don't think so. >> you don't think she'll get probation probation? i don't think so. i think a lot of her are pointing to her as probably the instigator behind all of this. >> staying in virginia we saw a big drop in gun sales for the first time since 2010. what's behind this? >> well probably what i'm hearing is that there was such a surge of gun sales when it looked like congress was going to add new legislation. people panicked. i have a friend who works in a gun store. he said you would be amazed that the number of people coming in and constantly buying guns. he said that frankly some time ago but what i'm hearing is
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people now feel satisfied there was a big glut on the market and now it's receding. whether it has anything to do with whether people think guns are a problem or whether the national stories are having an effect it doesn't look like that. it's just supply and demand. >> especially with sandy hook and the president obama coming out out. people are running out before history comes down the pike. what history shows us is statements are made after all these tragedies and nothing happens. >> i really hope this is not a situation where they've reached their level. you know -- >> everybody has guns. >> inother words the state is saturated with guns. i would hope that maybe people come to their senses that one of the problems we have in this
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country is there is too many guns there is gun violence. i forget the number of people who are shot by guns handguns every day. now, maybe that's it. but i really don't know. man, wouldn't it be interesting if it's matter of saturation? i would hate to say, that but it's possible. >> let's move into the district. newly considered council. we've got two new seats and the death of mayor councilman barry and three new members. >> they're younger. we lost the experience. i think some of the legislation that was standing has been reintroduced. i think we talked about this before. for mayor bowser the new mayor, this is a chance if she can help shape a council that will put through legislation that she
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might support i think it will be very interesting. you have so much newness on the council and we see the city burgeoning and pushing out, all this new building. what direction will the council go and the type of leveragegislation that's coming through. some is interesting. some would call it very progressive in terms of a younger mind counsel and the things they're trying to get through. thl types of legislation that will be coming through council. >> speaking of that, you have the squeak request clean members. the idea you play you pay. those who contribute to your campaigns. it will be interesting to see if they follow through on that how squeaky clean they really are. >> we have a different constituency. we have a younger constituency
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in our city. it could be once again that council reflects the new constituency. there are all kinds of issues. dog parks, marijuana, so this may be a natural transition that we see that's generational in many points. >> good point. we have to take a quick point to see how things are going in maryland and the new congress too, in d.c.
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and welcome bakck to "reporter's notebook." mayor barry had filed papers to run for his seat when he passed away. he've gotte a long list of opponents. this is a son who's had trouble in the past troubled history. >> i think the interesting thing
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is we know there are about two dozen folks who are running. we all know in politics name recognition means something. he's been known as christopher barry. he is filing as marion c. barry and is asking to be called marion now. is it a vary overt thing to coto get that name out and main folks might be confused about the fact that he passed away and pull the lever for barry? i don't know what platform he's running on. i know ward 8. i've lived as a contractor. i think it's going to be very very interesting what he folks will do in trying to shape him. >> a cup of things. there will probably be more candidates on candidate night than there will be constituents. he won't have to design or buy
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new post errs because he'll have his father's. i don't want to be difficult. look we've had legacies. look at the bushes. the bushes legacy the kennedy legacy. in our town we had the michael brown legacy. this is america tochl sit up here and somehow suggest there's something wrong with what he's doing. if these the case there should have been a kennedy that never ran again. there is name recognition and the young man will have to stand before ward a and make his case. and i tell you what i think he's also done. he's got an head start and he knows he can get the kind of publicity publicitu s there's two dozen other candidates whochl are s candidates. who are they? >> we know the mayor.
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>> but you know what? she doesn't have much clout the ward 8. >> ultimately he'll have to prove he has qualifications. what can he do and base on what he's done up to now in his life what is he going to be able to do as a public leader and that's going to be the challenge. >> i'm not going to say there's anything wrong. kathleen kennedy townsend. she dropped the kennedy when running and then when she ran again, she added kennedy. >> how are they going to get along? >> if i were the leaders o the city i wouldn't hold my breath. first of all there used to be a vote on committee. what it means she can vote on amendments and things like that.
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that's been taken away. the strength of her personality has always been her strong point. otherwise they've already thrown a curveball the city says on the marijuana things. the city's going to move ahead. i predict more confrontations between the citizens an congress. >> the republicans are smart. they could take this statement and take eight long way. >> let's not forget mayor bowser will have her team up there lobbying along with eleanor holmes norton. holmes nor tochb says she has no problem with that but bowser wants to take the bull by the horn. >> in maryland heisman says it's okay if you're 16 to vote. >> really. i couldn't even drive at 16. >> none of us, yeah. >> that's interesting. >> they're going to walk through
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your precinct. >> back in world war ii, old enough to fight and old enough to vote. i think we're going to be in line. old enough to drive, old enough to vote. i don't know. there's only about 200 to 250 voters they're going to get in hyattsville. >> can they be any worse than us older folks? >> so what do you do at 16 years old when the city decides to have a curfew. i want a minute. you're 16 years old and vow have to meet curfew but you can go vote for mayor? >> good point. >> i can't argue with that. >> the 18-year-olds don't always vote. what will the younger folks do? >> when you have mortgage and all of a sudden social security and you have to pay taxes and
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things all of a sudden politics becoming important. >> that's it. at 16. gentlemen, thank you. i don't know if you killed off all of our 16-year-old viewers. we're trying to bring them in. >> they can vote in hyattsville. >> yes, they can. >> back to "news 4 today." you see the circle here? that's what's coming our way and the arrow? that's us. storm team 4's chuck bell timing when and what you can expect and why it can make monday morning's commute a headache. details. the search for the missing black boxes intensifies. good morning every everyone and welcome to "news 4 today." i'm angie goff. >> and i'm adam tuss.
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a cold morning. >> i'm looking forward to this little warmup you're talk about chuck bell. >> littl. emphasis on little. today our temperature makes it to 30. today will be closer to 40 critical to what's coming our way tomorrow morning, which is an opportunity for ice and frees rain. there are no advisories in the "news 4" nation just yet. i expect a full advisory to be issued later this afternoon that will go overnight into tomorrow morning. we're going to be light on the line between freezing rain and not freezing rachblt if it were raining nor, everything would all be in the fofr of ice. more about that timing and the impact it's going to have on your monday morning is coming up. >> thanks chuck. developing now, search teams
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believe they're very close to finds the fuselage of the plane. they say a sonar scan showed it off the coast of indonesia and now another scan thinks it shows where the black boxes are. it crashed into the ocean exactly two weeks ago. officials believe all 162 people died. it's a tragedy. funeral arrangements are being made for five people. take a look. this tractor-trailer rolled over this car. a woman from virginia her boyfriend and his sister who was pregnant all died as well as the woman's 7-year-old daughter and 2-month-old son video today a greeshing family will be trying to get the word out about the move over law.
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he was responding to a call on the side of the road when he was hit near route 7 in fairfax county. his co-works and fairfax towing and recovery organized today's memorial. they'll meet at fairfax school at 11:00 a.m. their goal is to slow down and move over for first respoernlds. the truck driver who hit him is charged with reckless driving. this video shows damage to the police car. it was rear-ended. it happened yesterday on greenbelt road. now 29-year-old d.c. woman was charged with dui. no one was serious hi hurt. the recent attacks will be the topic of discussion tweenl president obama and british prime minister david cameron this week. cameron is visiting the white house in the week ahead. the leaders will have a working
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dinner on thursday. now, in addition to the recent attacks the two will talk about the rise of islamic militants. hundreds of new york ores braved the cold and held a rally yesterday. they held pens in the air and signs that ray je suis. it means i am charlie. the magazine was famous for its mockery of islam and other religions. here at home there'll be a prayer vigil for this. you can stop by the parish in northwest. >> you can learn more about your health and fitness at this year's health and fitness expo.
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>> green like kale are healthy. >> reporter: those were the themes as thousands stopped by the convention center to not just talk about health by try new things. >> you find new things. opportunities to try things you don't do. >> for tracy byrnes and her daughter bridget, the main goal was ta a checkup. >> improve month can be made but it went well. >> same for andre jones who got his blood and sugar tested. it's chance for some new friends to stop by. meredith vieira answered questions and took a look around >> if you don't have your health dwroilkts have anything. so i think being skboesed to all items coming out is very help ps
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to people. it was always place for kids to come out, get moving and have a little bit of fun. >> u want to go rock climbing and dancing. >> reporter: fun. that's something that 9-year-old sophia brown is awe ware of. >> it's important not to get sick. >> you can head out there at 9:00 a.m. and take advantage of that and more. we do have an app. if you have an i phone gorks to the app store and search expo to go. you can see the events and set reminders for the buns you want to con term. >> still to come why she says she'll never go badge. >> a father visiting his son in
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a hospital ends up in barricade. >> watching and viewing. you can get the latest by do
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the tear roar rror attack has people concerned. >> we've been watching this all weekend. i think this highlights the vulnerability that's still out there. we just can never be fully prepare for these lone wolf-type situations. >> how lone wolf was this with the al qaeda in peninsula taking credit. they had training and potentially some form of support from aqap. this was an entity that the
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united states government said just two years ago had been degraded. obviously they got rid of the most in spir wrags of all their leaders, anwar al awlaki in the drone strike. that they wouldn't have be as powerful a group. are they more powerful than we realize? are the sleeper cells willing to lay low for a longer? i think the more we're learning the more it wasn't lone wolf. >> i feel like this is me as the ta sizing into somewhat of a global network and with that do we have to ask the question is this a new normal? >> particularly in western europe. this is the difference. when you look at the numb were of these folks that are on watch lists that have potential ties to these terrorist organizations, france seems to have the largest population of these folks.
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>> they have no go zones. >> we've got hyattayat boumeddiene who went to dearborn michigan. >> he was talking about the economy. >> he went to three spots. feel like the country is sensing that we're getting to a good place economically? >> it's interesting. where i've noticed actually upticks an perception when you look at polling and consumer confidence, it all seems to me to be coinciding with the drop in gas prices. 's the money in your pocket feeling. really wages going up next no? is there an idea you can change jobs? >> no. the fact you have extra cash in
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your pocket. that may get people to thinking maybe something's happening. certainly the white house is believing it's an opportunity to bang extra capital. >> let's talk 2015 and what's catching some buzz. >> i mean is it really in this case or could this in fact be harder for him. because we have jeb bush now. what does this do for the gop standing if in fact they both decide to run? >> i'd be shocked. everybody has told me he would like the nomination. he doesn't want to go through all the primaries and "buzzfeed"s, you know going through all that stuff and all of the iowa, new hampshire. if he could get handed the nomination or get in really late. some of this i'm told is really about him not excited about jeb bush suddenly become the front-runner. >> because he doesn't think he
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could win. >> this is personal. there was a time they were simpatico and jeb bush has not been happy with mitt romney since 2007 when he thought he flip-flopped. there's been a tenseness between the two men ever since. >> looks like a busy show. >> we want to remeemd you you can see "meet the press" with chuck every sunday morning right after "news 4 today." new this morning investigators are now saying they were wrong about what they believe was a hostage situation at a houston hospital. according to the sheriff's office, the man in the hospital did not have a gun and surrendered peacefully. he barricaded himself inside a hospital room because he was upset about his son's medical condition. initially they said he was holding two hostages. the man acquitted in the death of the unarmed teenager is back in trouble with the law.
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31-year-old george zimmerman is out on bond. he was arrested after his girlfriend was accused him of throwing a wine bottle at her earlier in the week. this is his third run-in with the law since the shooting death of theyrayvon martin. five years later in haiti. even with reconstruction in the capital. right now 80,000 people are living in camps. the haiti government believes they'll be housed sometime later this year. there was a chaotic scene outside a former vice president's home. code pink rallied outside dick cheney's home. they called for his arrest. they're angry at cheney defending the harsh techniques at guantanamo bay.
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they also protested outside police headquarters. the casino has apologized to a breast-feeding mom. she said she won't go back. she said security officers told her to leave because the baby isn't 21 years old and posed a security threat. maryland law does allow women to breast-feed in public areas. a woman in new jersey is working to pay off thousands in legal fees to defend her wood burning stove. nbc's ted greenberg explains why she's being sued. >> reporter: for six years sherry troy a know has relied on her wood burning stoerch to heat her home but now that stove is at the heat of it. smoke seen in this home video huber shared with us that he says is a nuisance destroying
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his quality of life. >> i thought it was crazy, you know. it's not against the law to heat with a wood burning stove. >> i want to be on my property and believe clean air. i approached her and got nowhere. >> huber said there was so much smoke last year he had trouble breathing. she has electric baseboard heating but the single mother of a 13-year-old said she can't afford the monthly bill and instead uses wood that she chops and splits herself. last month the judge issued a temporary injunction telling her she can't start a fire at certain times. she said she's already spent $2,500 on legal fees and a trial date hasn't been set friend yet.
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her friend set up a funding online page to help defray the cost. >> the long-reaching effects of this if the court decides against shari and puts restrictions it's going to affect a lot of lot of people oopsz. >> can i play judge in this? >> sure. >> that's ridiculous. it's a fireplace. there's going to be smoke coming out of it. >> it's not the end of it. as they kind of alluded in the story, they make a ruling -- >> i think it would be different if it was a commercial enterprise. >> are wurn up the heat today? >> you bet. it's going to be warmer than yesterday but that doesn't mean miami beach.
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it would be a 10-degreeimprovement over yesterday of 30. it's 22 downtown at reagan national airport. that's far and way the warm spot right now courtesy of the not quite frozen potomac and the downtown urban heat island. 22 with a windchill of 16 degrees. most of the outlying areas are closing in on single digits. culpeper at 7. martinsville and west virginia hanging on to 10 degrees. 20 in annapolis. not much of so windchills though cold are not that much colder. we'll have a light wind throughout the course of the 18 degrees at 9:00 a.m. 36 at 2:00. that's going to be your high. plenty of sunshine early. clouds will be rolling in later on this afternoon into the evening. that's where things get
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interesting is the overnight hours into tonight and tomorrow. look at all the winter weather advisories freezing rain advisories from southern pennsylvania literally over the mason-dixon line back through parts of central and southern ohio indiana, illinois, right down into parts of western tennessee. that's where the freezing line is most likely to set up. now just because we don't have any advisories doesn't mean we're out of the woods just yet. housh by hour today, teens this afternoon. 48 for a high today. it's overnight tonight into tomorrow when things get a little bit on the interesting side. some icing is likely tonight, especially for areas just out to the north and west of the metro. loudoun county and westward of the blue ridge. icy pockets as late 8:00 or 9:00. we'll be dry through the daylight hours today and with
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each successful run the computer is trying to little later. here we are at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. opportunities for some rain may be mixing in with some freezing rain. temperatures will going to be critical right on the freezing mark. i think it will be far enough below freezing. again, the ground is frozen too. as a result, whatever falls will stick. freezing rain is when it freezes on contact. changing over throughout the course of the day as temperatures will eventually rise in the upper 30s and low 40s. so seven-day forecast time today, nothing to worry about. come on down to the health and fitness expo for day two. tomorrow upper 30s eventually. cold again tuesday. rain and snow threat on wednesday. doesn't look like a big threat and 40s later in the week. a photographer is putting
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. welcome back. the internet we all know is full of photos of cute animals, especially those puppies. >> well one canadian fundraiser decide enough with the puppies. it's time to show the old dog some love. here's nbc's molly seagal. >> 17 years old. >> i saw an old dog and i saw the character in his face and all these sort of tell tile signs of ageing. >> his project started small. photos of old dogs and a facebook page for the project. soon enough requests that their elderly dogs star in one of his shoots. now it's more about photos. >> when i started reading the
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testimonial, that's the project. >> reporter: he has a book deal with harper collins in the u.s. to public 75 photos of stories and elderly dogs. >> we've seen a lot of puppy pictures and it's time to give the old dog. >> sugar, st. john's oldest ambulance dog in canada. tootsy who started in bruiser's neptune production "legally blond." >> it's something i can refer to having been in a foster home. >> they're currently fostering them. all of them adopted in the last chapter of their lives. >> even if they do require more care the love that they give back is ten-fold. >> thorne has heard a range of life stories since he started the project last spring. >> there are some tough stories. >> and he's heard from dog owners as far away as texas and
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even spain. >> so cute. >> i have a 10-year-old dog. cute as a botten. and i love seeing the little greying on the eyebrow. gives them more character. >> distinguished. more on "news 4 today." >> that including hour by hour how
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today. the stuff circles there on storm team 4 radar headed our way. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is tracking whaten it can be to us and when it can hit our neighborhood. >> and in the district two shootings. what police are telling us. >> good morning. welcome to "news 4 today." i'm adam tuss. >> and i'm angie goff. overall it doesn't seem like we have too much to worry about, but tonight, a different story. >> we may go through frozen precipitation, right, chuck? >> absolutely right. we're going to be right on the line between marginal problems and big problems. i think big problems will be out to our north and west but i think marginal problems could get in as close as loudoun county northern montgomery county. it's going to be something we'll have to watch hour by hour. monday morning, back to work and school. look at all the winter weather advisories north and west. i do think the national weather
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service here in the washington area will issue some form of advisory. probably a freezing rain advisory. it will go into the overnight hours and into the early part of your morning. not looking for a major ice storm. any time you have a glazing of freezing rain that can cause big problems. teens outside. temperatures jumping from the 20s into the 40s. that will be nice for sure. but the ground will still be very much cold and could support some ice tomorrow morning. more on all that coming up. >> thanks chuck. we'll keep an eye on that. new this morning d.c. police reporting two deadly shootings. shortly before 1:00 a boy was shot. you can see the police shut the street down. they do not have a suspect right now and they did not release his age. northwest a man was killed.
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we're woking to find out the vick tile's name there. police believe someone wearing a mask shot him. >> ice broke, he threw me the child. i took the child. got him to shore, went back to try to get him out of there. we all got back on shore and that's when cpr began. >> a young boy died after falling into a freezing pond. now only on "news 4" we're hearing from the three prince george's officers who tried to rescue him. derrick ward talks with them about what they did. >> reporter: on friday night a 7-year-old fell into this water. these three prince george's police officers whose paths had crossed before brought together in way they'll never forget. brendan taylor was working security in the area. >> i heard the mom scream for help. >> reporter: her son someday quan antonio white was in the
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water. another child led him to the scene. he could see the child's clothes on the water. >> at that time i started to creep on the ice and the ice started cracking. >> reporter: the other officers moved in. >> i started making my way out there and the ice started breaking underneath me. once i was wet, i thought, i was already wet and so i went in and swam toward the kid. >> we all went in. once it broke, all we codo is get him off. >> they would pass him off to officer taylor. >> the child's mother frantic and in anguish tried to help as well. >> we have one goal. need to try to save him. >> reporter: they were all in that black frigid water. >> reporter: they went about trying to save him from the icy grasp. once they got him out, they began working, trying to do heart compressions.
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>> i've never seen anything leak that before and i hopefully won't see anything like that again. >> by the time i stood up my uniform was squeaking because it was already iced over. >> strangers brought out blankets and did what they could. the ambulance rushed zaquan to the hospital. he did not survive. >> nobody likes to see children like that or even adults. it's sad. >> although the child didn't make it we all came together and did the best we could in the police didn't. >> reporter: now, there is already some talk to do something to seal this pond off or at least make it harder to get to. they talk about a phen. but the sent men is not unanimous. in the coming days they have to see that a tragedy like that never happens again. in oxon hill derrick ward "news 4." >> in a few hours alexandria please will be out warning neighbors about a dangerous robbery suspect on the loose. on friday an 84-year-old came
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home to find a burglar in his home. the victim surprised the burglar. the suspect stabbed the man and took off. he's in serious condition. police will be going door to door to talk to neighbors. after the worst terror attack in paris in recent history a huge rally is set for today. hundreds of thousands are expected to attend the march including heads of several euro people nations and the u.s. attorney general eric holder. that's posing a big challenge for french security police. the french minister said france will be at an attack level 2 today. 17 people were killed this week. the three men behind the terrorism were killed friday by police. meanwhile authorities are still searches for this woman. she is linked to the three al qaeda-inspired terrorists who carried out these attacks. hyatt boumeddiene is the common
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law wife of one. she appears to have fled to syria. >> i hope you're having a good sunday morning so far. we're working to get you ready for the week ahead. on thursday president obama will be in baltimore to talk to senate democrats on their annual retreat. the lawmakers use it to talk about their long-term strategy. they're preparing for the state of the union address. that's a little over a week today. >> in a week the senate will vote on the keystone pipeline. they'll vote whether to complete the project. one version of the bill passed the house last week. president obama has promised to veto the bill if it hits his desk. on tuesday the council will vote on whether to spend more on the transit center. right now they're $50 million above budget four years behind schedule. they say repairs could be finished by the spring. a new year and a new you. the 2015 health & fipttness expo
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kicked off with a fun day. >> yeah. meredith vieira stopped by. there were health screenings zumba class and a selfie boochlkt there's much more health, fitness, and fun to come today from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. >> remember you can join in on the fun starting at 9:00 a.m. you can keep up to date with all the events at the expo. there is an app. if you've got an i phone gorks to the app right now to search skb powe expo to go. >> coming up this video is enough to make any parent nervous. a home video showing a baby playing with a handgun. the undercover operation that landed the mother behind bars? and we do have a live look for you outside where, hey, shocker. it's cold. a little warmer than yesterday but it's still freezing. as soon as we have the rain to
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deal with that's coming up. chuck bell is tracking it all. hollywood is getting all spiffed up for we thought our cable
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>> pow, pow. >> say pow. >> wow. police discovered the video on the cell phone of the child's mother's boyfriend after he tried to sell a handgun to an undercover officer. you can hear the man telling the baby to say pow. police found the videos during their follow-up investigation. police say mother was there and didn't try to stop the child from playing with the gun. both the mother and her boyfriend are charged with child neglect, criminal recklessness and allowing a child to possess a firearm. tiffanys is getting noticed for more than their little blue boxes. how this ad is making more than a jewelry statement. now to chuck. >> the question is how long will the weather stay this pretty? short answer not long. forecast coming up.
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this is a first for one of the world's most famous jewelers. for if first time ever tiffany & kompany is featuring a gay couple. the couple in the ad are not models. they're a real life couple from new york city. they join a number of advertisers who include same-sex couples in their campaign. the stars will be out in full force. you can watch all the action right here on nbc. nbc's mark barger has more.
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well we're hoping to get that report a little later on but let me -- you know that it going to be ritzy. >> it's going to be a good show. >> tina fey and amy poehler. a lot of shows are up for nomination. a first look live on the red carpet at 6:00. the golden globe arrival starts at 7:00 p.m. and finally the show itself is at 8:00. >> tune in for the hosts alone. they're too funny. if you can't wait for the super bowl it's now three weeks away. katy perry now says lenny kravitz will join her to perform during the halftime show in arizona. you can watch it right here on nbc 4. the weather in arizona should be pretty nice. >> they shouldn't have to worry about ice storms. with don't have to worry a whole lot. >> but it's still tricky. >> when it's anything but zero that's when you have to take it seriously. i can't dpink you the all clear. temperatures are going to struggle to get up to 40
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degrees. it's been really cold the last couple of nights. the ground itself is frozen solid. if we get line rain to land on it that's what we have trouble with and that's called freeding rain. something that freezes on contact. this could be diezy here. in the meantime. wow, look at this picture. put down your coffee and look at your tv. you know you want to see this picture. look how beautiful that is. sun rooipz is a e is a little away. i tweeted out one like this one. if you're getting a good sunrise picture, send it in and i'll show you some retweet love. unlike yesterday when we had the blustery winds around today at leevgts though still chilly not much to deal with. that doesn't make it any warmer. 11 in martinsburg, west
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virginia 10 in charlottesville and 7 in culpeper. plenty of cold weather out there first thing this morning. you'll definitely need your winter coat, your half your scarf this morning as temperatures will gradually climb out of the teens and 20s. now freezing rain is a possibility tomorrow morning. there are still no weather advisories posted in our viewing area. winter weather advisory for southern pennsylvania. freezing rain advisoryies farther out to the west of there. that being said i fully weather service to issue some sort of advisory for tomorrow night. the reason is this. as i mentioned, the ground is frozen solid. temperatures which will get near 40 will be back to the freezing mark by late tonight. the danger time is from about 2:00 to 9:00 in the morning tomorrow. after that temperatures should rise back into 30sthe mid-30s.
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areas of freezing rain possible early in the day. main areas to be threatened by this i think will be out west of the immediate metro area but it could come in in western loudoun county. this is going to be a very close call. hour by hour through today, really nothing to worry about. sunshine this morning giving way to more clouds later on this afternoon. tomorrow iciness possible first thing before it becomes all plain old rain. before today, that's not what we're worried about. lows tonight. at or below the freezing mark with the rain coming in. so as a result be careful tomorrow morning. seven-day forecast today come on down to the health & fitness expo and say hello to us. tomorrow chance of iciness. staying cold tuesday. very minor rain/snow threat on wednesday and things quiet down just a bit late next week. >> thanks chuck. get ready for the golden globes. they're airing tonight.
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>> here's our report. >> reporter: who wins what at tonight's golden globes might be predictable but who says what -- >> oh, shut up it's not that long. >> reporter: this dinner party award show matchup has a long tradition of -- >> first i'd like to thank susan downing for telling me matt was going to win so don't. >> when it comes -- >> they're changing it this year to gilden's club award. >> sponsored by the mustard club. >> yes. >> reporter: "birdman" is expected to earn comedy honors along with star michael keaton. >> a lot of people say this is his big comeback. >> reporter: julianne moore is expected to win and eddie red
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main's performance in stephen hawking. >> it was so moving and so powerful and so difficult to pull off. i think he's the one that's going to win. >> reporter: the coming of age story "boyhood" which took more than a decade to film. >> it's such a unique and singular film i don't see how it doesn't get recognized. >> all right, all right, all right. >> may not be the most buzzed about moment. >> this is the beautiful match we hoped it would be. >> from this year's golden globe, mark bargainer. >> it's going to be a fun show. don't give your your new year's resolution. the place to start. the search for the missing black boxes intensifies. we'll have the latest on this development story when "news 4 toda.
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if sunday is your day to exercise watch out. dick's sporting goods is recalling inversion tables. they were sold between 2011 and 2014. if you have one you can take it back to dick's for a full on a gift card. >> speaking of exercise if you have been to the gym in the last
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few days you've probably seen the crowds. >> yes. that's becau many of vus start add resolution to stay fit in 2015. doreen gintsensler has the story. >> this 28-year-old is back at the gym. >> you have to set goals and hold yourself more accountable. >> reporter: it's all part of her new year's resolution. >> this year i've set a few. >> reporter: while we all have good intentions studies show only 8% of people who make resolutions are successful, especially when it comes to fitness. experts say don't get discouraged. following a few simple steps could help you. she's the personal training manager. >> people get excited for something new and change. so even just the changing of a
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year will sort of re-energize people. >> reporter: she says number one, people should plan and prepare for their fitness goals. that means sign up for classes ahead of time so you're committed. plan your meals for the week especially if you know you have events after work. >> if you're planning and prepared for work you're bound to successful. if you plan for fitness and nutrition, you're definitely going to see success in your overall help. >> number two, keep track. monitor your diets and workouts. >> if you keep track, you're more likely to sort of repeat good behavior and you're going to avoid the batd foods and the things that make you feel not so good. >> three. stand up straight and hydrate. she says having good posture and drinking plenty of water keeps people energized so they're more motivated to get to the gym after work. hydrating also helps avoid
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people. number 4. lift heavy weights no matter if you're a man and a woman. >> some of it is building confidence some of it is builds muscle. >> reporter: >> she plans to incorporate these fitness bands this year. that's because -- >> i want to do one of those tough mudder. >> doreen gentzler "news 4 today." for more healthy tips come on down. the fun starts at 9:00asm. you can keep up to date with all of the events at the expo because we've set you. you can see all of today's events and set reminders for the ones you want to visit. consider yourself warned.
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the local city threatened to strip people of their lie sense if caught texting and driving. >> it will feel warmer but the bitter cold we felt last week will make a return and it's coming with some rain. chuck bell is timing a this... is the best part of the day. when we sit down together and talk. more and more, we're having conversations about the food itself: how good it is for us. how good it is for the planet. at monsanto, we're working with farmers to make balanced meals accessible to everyone. while using natural resources more efficiently. it's time for a bigger discussion about food. be part of the conversation at discover.monsanto.com
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two deadly shootings in the district lead our top stories right now. west d.c. a man was killed on homes place, a few blocks away from the columbia
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heights metro station. police say they're looking for someone who was wearing a mask. meanwhile we're working to learn a name. we're working to learn the name of the boy who was killed on t. happened between rhode island avenue and new york avenue. hundreds of thousands are expected to rally today. heads of nations will alsoe. 17 people were killed in three days of terror attacks. good morning, everyone. welcome to "news 4" tore. i'm angie goff. >> i'm adam tuss. >> we might get a little rise in the temperature. there's a little bit of a tricky time ahead. we want to check in with chuck bell on that. >> welcome, even. it's a beautiful sunrise out there first thing this morn being u the clouds will be back and an opportunity forrizy ps in time for the monday morning
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commute. again, there are no advisories yet in any of our viewing area but i still think there will be some sort of a freezing rain advisory or winter weather advisory posted later today that will go through the overnight hours and into tomorrow morning. it's all dry now. we'll have a dry day today. temperatures now are in the teens and low 20s. we will see a slow but steady rise in temperatures today. if you're going out for a morning jog, temperatures in the 20s. we'll be up with high temperatures later on. won't be the problem. tomorrow freezing rain. use extreme caution. more on that coming up. developing right now, search teams are looking for the black boxes of that crash airasia plane. they say they're hearing pings from the boxes and have found them with sonar. they also believe they're close to finding the plane's fuselage in the java sea. the flight lost contact with air traffic control and crashed
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exactly two weeks ago. indonesian officials say they've now identified three more bodies among the 162 people who died. >> right now relatives are plans the funeral for five family members killed in a crash. this tractor-trailer hit their car while they were headed to visit relatives in baltimore. it happened on route 50. the woman, her boyfriend and his sister all died as well as the woman's 7-year-old daughter and 2-month-old son. a police officer is in recovery after a police car accident in greenbelt. take a look at this video showing the scene, the damage to that police car. it happened around 1:30 this the morning on greenburg road. a d.c. woman was charged with dui. no one, though, was seriously hurt.
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family will try to get the word out. a 32-year-old was responding to a broken down car on the side of the road whelp he was hit. it happened last month. his co-workers organized today's memorial. they'll meet at fairfax high school at 11:00 a.m. the truck driver who hit him is charged with reckless driving. the recent terrorist attacks in and around paris will be the topic of discussion between president obama and british prime minister david cameron this week. cameron is visiting the white house in the week ahead and the white house said the leaders will have a working dinner on thursday and that will be follow followed by a meeting in the oval office. in addition to the recent attack as they'll talk about you crane. hundreds of normals braved to cold and held a randy.
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they held pens in the air and signs that read je suis charlie which means i am charlie. between 4:00 and 5:00 pick you can e french speaking parish in the northwest. a new year and a new year. make 2015 the year you took control of your health and fitness at this year's health & fitness fitness expo. >> reporter: fit, fun, and healthy. those were the themes of the day as thousands stopped by the convention center to not just learn about their health but to try a few things out for the first time. >> you find new things that
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haven't happened in other places and opportunities to try things you don't know. >> reporter: for t burns and her daughter, the main goal was to find about their checkup. >> the same for andre jones. for the "news 4" team it's always great day to meet the good folks who come from all over the region. >> thank you for coming to the stage that and also a chance for new friends to stop by. meredith vieira answered some questions and took a look around. >> if you don't have your health you don't have anything. being exposed to all items coming out, i think is very helpful to people. >> besides the meet-and-greet the expo was a place for kids to come out and get moving. >> i want to go rock climbing and shied dancing. >> reporter: fun. something that 9-year-old sophia is
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getting a lesson in. >> it's important not to get any diseases or getting sick. >> reporter: i'm aaron gilchrist with "news 4." >> storm team 4 will be there from 11:15 this morning as well "real housewives of atlanta" cynthia bailey. don't miss it. coming up cracking down on distracted drivers. you could lose your license. we're off to a beautiful start but how long will it last? and a hospital visit between a father and his sick son ends in a confusing barricade
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gun and surrendered peacefully. he barricaded himself inside the hospital because he was upset about his son's medical condition. the sheriff's office yoshlg nalgly said the man was holding two hostages. anti-war protesters are protesting. they real idea outside dick cheney's home yesterday. they were marching around in orange jump suits and calling for an arrest. they also protested outside cia headquarters. virginians could be singing a new state song. we're going to zplapexplain that coming in. first we want to check in with chuck bell. >> it's going to be dry and get all those last minute errants thank
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. welcome back. the "today" show is next and nbc 4 starts at 8:00. >> let's get a preview from erica hill and lester holt. good morning, guys. >> good morning. millions of people are expecting to march in a defiant show of
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unity amongst extremism. also, is there any relief in sight? bitter temperatures are gripping much of the country and more ice and snow is on the way. dylan is here next. students at an all girl high school say their photos have been retouched. photos changed. thinner, freckles removed. who will be named best in tv and film. we'll get critical analysis when we go live to the red carpet. those stories and more. >> that you're pulling for? >> no. lester and i were talking before. we recognize we're a little behind. >> join the club. >> they all do a good job in "night crawler." a lot of them i didn't see. >> i love it. thanks. in the week ahead the
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montgomery county board of education will change kids' start time. they'll look over four new options. chools starting 20 minutes later for elementary students and staggering would -- staggering start times for high school students. any change to bell times would be approved in february of next month. well you could soon be singing a new state sock if you live in virginia. a republican house speaker is proposed general assembly adam a new official state song in virginia. it hasn't had an official state song since lawmakers voted for "carry me back to old west virginia." they feel it glorifies slavery. "our great virginia" is the new proposed song. previous ones have failed. get busteded on a third offense and distracted drivers
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could even lose their licenses. now, a review by scott mcfarland and the "news 4" iteam report. >> you didn't see them drive. even in d.c. and its crowded cross walks, there are thousands of distracted drivers. a review shows cops have ticketed 27,000 districted drivers in just the past three years. the agency still tries to determine that the driver who hit and killed a woman a cross walk. that driver fled and hasn't been found. members of the d.c. council told "news 4" that they need to be punished. they've formally introduced new
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legislation. up like current law, it doubles the fine for second and third violations and for a third offense, a driver loses his ore her license for up to half a year. >> it's the same as those persons who lose their license for driving under the influence of alcohol. same thing. you're not looking out for what else is on the road. >> this three strikes and lose your license law just became law in new jersey and among young drivers in new york it still must pass the d.c. council. scott mcfarland, "news 4." you can also see scott's reporting on how frequently police are stopping distracted drivers around the u.s. capital. it's happened hundreds and hundreds of times.
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a cycling event for injured veterans is taking place in florida today. >> the group works to raise awareness and support for severely injured veterans. they got to take a break to visit some unexpected guests, bottle-nosed dolphins. >> on these rides you get to see the future, a little glimpse of hope. you know where you are now and you see a little bit of what tomorrow might have. >> reporter: the cyclists cross a seven-mile bridge. it's not just a bridge. for many it was a milestone in their recovery. >> how cool. great event. >> let's keep the florida keys film rolling for a few more minutes. >> you were just down there. you could have bottled some up an brought it back. >> i do. i was in the tampa for new years. remember last second it was 67 degrees here. that's all the warm ear i could fit in my carry-on.
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>> or else you have to pay for it. >> boy, have we been paying for it. we hit 67 last sunday but the bottom fell out. we're going to keep the cold pattern going on. there's a moderating trend toward next weekend. in the meantime you need an extra pair of knickers to get out this morning. downtown washington bathed in earth morning sun looichlt won't be anywhere near as windy or blufty. cold yes, not as cold but a lot less wind. it is 12 in frederick and new market and maryland. 14 in front royal and toms brook. fed ricks burg at 11:00. chesapeake beach and colonial
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beach beach. maryland you'll be 18 degrees at 9:00 a.m. 36 by 2:00 this afternoon. cruds coming later on in the guy. an opportunity for rain oomz which could be freezing on contact. i've moved my wakeup time backward 20 minutes. you should do the same. advisories a lot of us stretching from pennsylvania right back to illinois. no advisories here in our area just yet. i fully expect that coming on today into this afternoon. so don't be fooled by the fact that there's not an advisory now. by wakeup time tomorrow morning, overnight low temperatures are goungs to be very very close to the freezing mark from the i-9 h corridor wasn't bound. here's future weather then
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starting a at 7:00 tonight because there will be no problems during the day toud. by 10:00, maybe the first rain drops out here but temperatures are likely to be at or above the freezing market. by took in the morning even though the computer is pantsing this as green, i really suspect this will be icing taking place. by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow a lot more moisture coming in. we'll have an opportunity for freezing rain in the predawn hours and then moderate hours. this is actually good news. by account or 10:00, a batch of moderate rain coming in. it's going to bring warmer temperatures with it. a little break around lunnchlunchtime. more cold air arrives on tuesday. so with all that in mind, here's the way i see the greatest risk for tomorrow morning.
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very low risk. likely to be all rain in southern maryland. immediate risk through the heart of metro. the highest risk for the arias. a quick check of your seven-day forecast nice day. come on down to the fitness skpo. a little chance for rain on wednesday. that doesn't look like a big trading-in or selling your car truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, book an appointment. and three, pick up a check at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at webuyanycar.com ♪ when the flu hits, it's a really big deal. the aches. the chills. the fever. an even bigger deal? everything you miss out on... family pizza the big game. or date night. why lose out to the flu any longer than you have to? prescription tamiflu can help you get better
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welcome back this morning larry logan is getting ready to send it to massachusetts. >> they lost. hogan stood to win boston cream cupcakes and a case of locally brewed bill from massachusetts governor-elect charlie baker. they all play today. they should be a great games. next up theound before the super bowl right here on nbc 4. time right now, just five minutes away from the 8:00 hour. here are four things to know this sunday morning. two deadly shootings in the district overnight. in d.c. overnight a man was killed. the police have not released his namt. this happened at homing street. >> near second street a boy was killed. that's between rhode island and new york ave now. we're also working to learn his
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name and how old he was. in a few hours alexandria police will be warning neighbors about a dangerous robbery suspect. he allegedly stabbed an elderly man on friday. hundreds of thousands are expected to rally if in paris against terrorism. heads of european nations will be there. 17 people were killed over terrorist attacks this week. the nbc health & fitness expo continues today. today you can expect to see more familiar faces. cynthia bailey will be there around 11:30 this morning. you can learn new health recipes with megan mcgrath. there's much more lelt fitness and fun to come from the convention center from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. hollywood awards season is upon us. the show airs tonight on nbc and first look live on the red carpet at 6:00. the golden globe arrival starts at 7:00 p.m. and finally the show itself is at 8:00.
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>> a little programs. "news 4" is at 5:00 this afternoon as well instead of six. so we'll have an updated forecast again. >> golden globes do you guys have a big pick? >> i'm like the "today" show crew. i'm so behind on whatever's coming up. i wanted to see "the imitation game." >> i heard that's good and "birdman." i saw "the series of everything" and i'm a big stephen hawking flow. >> that was my favorite but i'm going to be in bed by 7:00 or 8:00 so it doesn't matter. get a little extra time on your monday morning if i could spit it on out. here's an opportunity for some iciness, especially out to the north and west. so be really careful about that. my alarm time now 2rks:02. >> oh boy. >> that's all. thank you for joining us.
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good morning. show of unity as many as 1 million taking to the streets of paris this morning joining forces in the wake of this week's terror attacks as video shows one of the dead terrorists pledging allegiance to isis. his accomplice may have made their way to syria.
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