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george's county fire and ems truck just two days after the tragedy. the heartache is still fresh for the tightknit this man lives ine neighborhood where t hn ulmscei grew he heard the news friday evhock. .> he was the salt of the earth he would help you if you were broke down on the side of the road. if you ran out of gas, he would take you to the gas station. >> we are in mourning. and theschneider 19-year-old kevin swain, a volunteer firefighter shot four times in continuing to recover, responding to a 911 call to check on somebody inside of a temple hills home. >> the loss to the family, community, friends. amy: the shooter released from police custody and so far no
virginia lawmakers are set to return to the capital this week. wednesday is the so-called veto session. legislators will consider governor terry mcauliffe's vetoes to legislation and items include how they should structure a new economic development initiative. court will hear oral arguments on the president's plan to overhaul the nation's immigration rules. the court willes examine is whether the president has overstepped his authority.
sparing more than 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation and giving them work permits. last euro federal judge in texas block the program after 26 states filed suit. it is almost that time -- tomorrow is tax day, the deadline to file your federal income tax. or ask for a six-month extension. the deadline is 11:59 tomorrow night. it is on the 18th this year because friday was emancipation day and the district. the irs treats that there is a federal holiday. move. up -- bold a few days after a russian jet buzz is a u.s. warship, another close encounter. what happened this time and with the u.s. is saying about what could have happened. , clues asg the boot to who may kick andrew jackson off the $20 bill. josh:
kimberly: a powerful message in the war on terror, thousands filling the streets of russells and a march against hate -- in the streets of brussels in a march against hate. then included people from many thehs and passed through fm's neighborhood that was the site of
numerous police raid since last month's bombing and the terrorist attack last november. it happened again, the pentagon says a russian fighter jet passed within 50 feet of an air force reconnaissance airplane over the baltic sea, not far from where two russian jets buzzed the uss donald cook last week. at the time officials praise the crew for using restraint. under the rules of engagement they say the ship was within his rights to open fire. the records know when colorado
30 to 50 inches of snow in the mountains. cleared runways at the denver airport, but delays are expected to continue into tomorrow. to the east, parts of the plains have received two months worth of rain in just two days. flooding is a concern in several states. an amazing day to be outside. i hope that you enjoyed it. got the choice assignment to see how people got out there. ashley: it could be the perfect place to take in a day like this. >> we came out to have fun. this was not part of the plan but it worked out. joshua and his son are enjoying the perfect spring day at the anacostia river festival. >> amazing, not a cloud of the sky. ,shley: there was music
lots of fun activities for children. and what better place to be on a warm day like this then on the water. this is the kind of weekend this family has been waiting for. definitely feels like spring now, the perfect spring day, where it's not all hot and sweaty. ashley: others were canoeing on the river. and you can read a book outside. river, at the foot of the lincoln memorial, a unique way to enjoy the beautiful enjoying aurists free outdoor concert. >> i think it's great. it's wonderful. all the patriotic songs and everything. it's a good feeling. banned from italy will perform at the kennedy center tomorrow night at 6:00. josh:
outside. of crazy, talking about snow in denver, rain in texas. it's really the same system that has given us sunny days. kimberly: we got the better end of that deal. josh: i would say so, and continues tomorrow. low 60's at the airport. harbor,ot at national 61, and the breezes out of the south. that is part of the reason we stay mild overnight into the morning. not be monday, it will quite as chilly as it has been the last few mornings. if you are taking up the dog before going to bed, we are back into the 40's manassas, culpeper, and frederick. other places is taking a long time for the temperature to drop, andrews 54, 59 winchester. you will need the jacket in the morning but you will not be scraping frost. the high pressure is continuing to head basically right over top of the dmv,
dropping to the south and
southwest. that makes room for the warmer air mass. in motion, monday morning, mostly sunny skies for the day, the high continues to push off to the southwest. that allows the rmer air mass heading our way. we hang onto it monday. tuesday, watching as the cold front drops through. warmthtely for us, the really sticks around a majority of the day tuesday, not getting the cooler air until wednesday. 80's tomorrow, still mid to upper 70's tuesday. back in the 60's wednesday. notice some specs of breezes showing up. this will predominately be dry. in get a few were raindrops western maryland and in the mounts. town, 46 frederick, 48 ashburn overnight and leesburg. some areas in
closer to the district, just settling into the low 50's. similar along the water. right near 53 annapolis. bad asstart, but not as it has been, predominantly board is, 46 staff, 49 woodbridge. luray. size, it quickly warms. by lunchtime, high temperatures in the mid-70's. culpeper 84, d.c., 80 winchester. all of the warm air gets stuck just a further bid to the south. just thethis will be second day this year hitting 80's. forecast, we hang onto the warmth tuesday, 77. 67 on wednesday. that is also the average high. really not too bad. the next chance of rain friday. at this point, i think we could see showers thursday night,
they are out of here in time for a dry weekend. next saturdj&ayge and sunday. never too early to look ahead. kimberly: good-looking stuff of thought you were saying in the caps locker room the players were just mellow about the two-game lead? yeah, perk up a little bit, guys. a comfortable 2-0 lead for the caps over the flyers. and bryce harper comfortable at the plate.
one, and last night 41 saves. braden holtby the difference maker. and we cannot say enough about the wacky goal from mid-ice, jason chimera. the backhander. yeah, the goal from behind the net, sometimes that kind of stuff happens. >> i don't know, that's a fortunate break for us. it's just one of those were you cannot really say anything else. >> i have tried to handle spinning pucks before and you have no idea where they are going. them, buttunate for we will take them any way that we can. robert: nats and phillies, top of the 10th, tied at 1-1, bryce harper crushes it. goodbye. the nats take the 2-1 lead.
said than done. jonathan papelbon cannot hold the lead. over jaysons werth's head. nats lose 3-2. and stay with us for abc 7 "sports sunday right after this. we will preview the caps in the flyers and we will go one-on-one with a wizards insider. stay tuned. kimberly: don't go to bed. coming up, a new $20 bill could replace andrew jackson. and the mcdonald's of the future. kathleen matthews: in the race for congress, i don't believe that big money can buy votes -- not in our district. and i won't claim to have single handily passed just about every bill in annapolis. we can't settle for the same old politics, not when our basic rights are being threatened by trump and cruz. i'll stand up to their bigotry
z1yotz kimberly: attention, fast food fans -- and robert burton -- mcdonald's is opening a first of its kind restaurant with all-you-can-eat fries. you have to go to missouri. they will also offer hundreds of custom burger and dessert choices and table service. customers place their orders at a kiosk. the new franchise will open in july, with others to follow. a grassroots effort and the popularity of a broadway show alexanderept hamilton's face on the $10 bill. has reportedly backed