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a high profile d.c. murder victim now fighting for her own life. but as we found out, she's not doing it alone. >> and another shoe drops in the henry clinton investigation. >> r. >> news 4 at 11:00 starts now. >> good evening. all new at 11:00 tonight, worried about another attack on met row involving a group of teenagers. >> he says he felt threatened, harassed and saw another man get assaulted on the redline. >> all of this after six teenagers got arrested for assault. >>. >> good evening. that man tells us that he was absolutely terrified. at one point, he says the thieves surrounded him on the metro train and would not let him get off.
he was able to come here to the judiciary square station and tell a metro employee about what happened. >> it's kind of sad. >> doesn't want to reveal his identity out of fear of retaliation flgts. >> i feel angry that an innocent pers person. >> he says the trouble started when a group of teens got on the same train he was on. they were allegedly yelling, screaming curse words and terrorizing people. and then he says the teen hit
anymore with a snowball and started beating him. >> the principal told a metro employ dwree what happened. tonight, a spokesperson found the police suspects and officers are talking to other witnesses. yesterday, met ro police received this surveillance video. now, tonight, i talked to jack evans, the newly elected chair and he says that safety is a concern. he tries to get police officers on the platforms and on the train. he says that's what he's going to be working on, meanwhile, in all fairness, i did stalk with some met ro passengers and they say that safety is not a concern. they feel safe on it and they say that these incidents are isolated. live here in d.c., shomari stone, news 4. >> another mess thanks to
traffic lanes covered in snow. we even sped up this video. those out bound commuters were barely moving. >> all of that snow can't come soon enough. ready to get rid of the snow and get moving again. >> we're not going to see that snow melting tonight. but temperatures going way, way up. melting so fast we could be dealing with some flooding. take a look outside right now. this is what we're dealing with tonight. we saw some snow showers earlier. windchill 17, gaithersburg, 24. so, yeah, a very cold night starting off with a cold morning across our region.much warmer f. and then we're drafting some rain. i'll show you just how warm we get and how many days we see rain in the forecast. >> the state department just released new e-mails from
hillary clinton's private server. but the big story is what's not being released. the state department says the e-mails were not marked classified the day they were sent. >> why should you worry about this hanging over your head as you went forward? >> because the facts have remained the same. there was never any information sent or received that was marked classified to me. >> the clinton campaign is questioning the secrecy of the messages and demanding they release the e-mails. sanders continues to say that voters are focused on the issues and not e-mails. >> things heating up on the republican side, as well.
it's a fight to the finish to see who will be able to declare victory monday night. donald trump is already claiming victory. he's actually one of the few gop contender who is is not in iowa right now making a final pitch to voters. >> when ted cruz took that stage last night, he really did not rise to the occasion. >> right now, the real clear politics poll has second place behind trump. the real battle could be the third spot with dr. ben carson and florida governor, jeb bush. stay with news 4 for complete coverage of decision 2016. from iowa, that starts sunday night at 6:00.
and he'll be there on monday when the big boat goes down. >> firefighters was one of two people injured. the ambulance was carrying the patient at the time. that patient? the firefighter and they're all expected to be okay. >> the teen likely to play a role that sent three people to the hospital. state police tell us a v-dot worker pulled over to help a driver whose trailer had a flat. while they were fixing it, the truck ran off the road, hit the v-dot truck. the truck driver has been charged with reckless driving. >> she's been fighting for justice for her daughter. now, jackie has another fight on her hands.
>> i'll take care of myself. >> back in 1996, 23-year-old daughter disappeared from outside a relative's alexanderia home, convinced that her ex-boyfriend had killed her. in 2008, ex-boyfriend michael vickerson was convicted in only the third prosecution in which the victim's body was never found. >> if i fought for 16 year, why wouldn't i fight for myself? >> the 78-year-old was stabbed
to death while playing outside his grandmother's home. she still remembers a call from one of kevin's clas mates. >> when he was struck, ashley was the first to call me. >> when ruth branigan learned jackie was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and had been told there was no treatment, she had set up a go-fund me page to get costly experimental treatment. >> it just struck me as wrong. >> jackie is well aware of what odds are against her, but she has a long history of not giving up. >> there is a deepening divide
over a compromise made by virginia's governor, governor terry mccullough that would have invalidated sealed carry gun permits if they were issued by more than 25 states. >> what he does is taking a step backwards rather than making a statement to the country. >> it is a significant step. and i have no doubt that it will save lives. >> several gun owners we spoke with support the compromise. some aspects of the deal will have to be approved by lawmakers. >> the company already prohiblts
people from offering marijuana, pharmaceuticals and illegal drugs for sale. now, it will also ban the sail of gun, gun parts and ammunition. gun sellers can, however, still advertise for their businesses. >> some breaking news in the city of flint. new testing from the epa showed the level of lead in some family's homes is too high for the filters to handle. >> top officials are assuming lead levels above what the filter is rated for. theres say children's blood is testing positive for lead. tonight, michigan's governor urged to get the water test as soon as possible.
first responders rescued him from a frozen pond at the height of our blizzard. milo fell through the ice while his family was out tubing in the snow. within minutes, he was out and into a warm ambulance. >> tonight, the world health organization is trying to declare an international health emergency over the mosquito-born zica virus. a few dozen cases had popped up in the u.s. the virus seems to be most dangerous for pregnant women.
experts say it's too early to know if zica is to blame, for sure. >> the centers for disease control says pregnant women should not travel to countries where the vie ris is spreading. >> well, you may not have been too thrilled to have two feet of snow piled up outside your door. for our area of ski resorts, many resorts didn't open until mid january because of our warm temperatures and the lack of snow. well, now, they're trying to capitalize on our massive snowfall. >> well, it's a little later than normal. but we all knew the snow would come. there are son-in-law perks, they're offering free skiing for all fourth and fifth grade students. >> a 24 inch water main burst in buoy this morning.
about 50 homes lost water for several hours. >> cold outside right now and the water is just as chilly. but that didn't stop people from taking a dip for a good cause. this is new video from some of the 10,000 people expect ed people are gathering here to jump into the chesapeake every hour tonight and into tomorrow. they want to raise more than $2 million for special olympics, maryland. >> would you do it for $2 million? >> for 2 million? heck, yeah. >> that would have been awfully uncomfortable. >> i've got to tell you, it's not quite as cold as you think. you get in there and i think you go numb.
>> i mentioned 38 degrees, the walter temperature. a little cooler than that, down to 32 right now. right now, everybody at or below freezing. so what does that tell you? it means we're going to see more freezing across the area tonight. a lot of ice out there already. as the wind dies down, we are going to see some rain, too. the weekend is going to be nice and dry. a couple of snow showers across the region earlier. right now, just clear skies and colder air from the north. look at that, right across the great lakes. so that out door impact tomorrow, if you're thinking
about getting out, tomorrow morning, you'll need to bundle up, for smur. by afternoon, a little bit more breezy. it gets a whole lot better. first off, the rest of the area on your saturday. 41 in frederick. windchills in the mid 30s, most of the day. we will see rain on monday, some of it could be heavy. and then a warm front moves across the region. the potential is there for some
heavy rain. you combine that with half an inch to an inch of rain plus the warm air and then you get a flood threat. this is something we're going to be watching for next week. could even be some river flooding out there. behind that warm air, we get the thursday and friday. take a look at these two days. much colder. we start at 57, we end at 47. looking dry for now, but a much colder pattern ahead. >> it sounds like you need a weekend off, doug. >> coming up, another top ten match-up tomorrow.
capitol's players are ready to make an appearance in the nhl all-star game. >> good to see you guys again. alex ovechkin received a bit of a backlash for skipping out on the all-star game again. his absence opens the door for other caps to head to nashville. the 23-year-old will play in his first all-star game. >> the veteran head coach has a message for all of them. >> have fun. we're going to have a couple
philosophical discussions on just things that we want to accomplish out there so that we're on the same page. >> it's a graets experience, i think. i mean, it's a specialty event and so much going on around the whole city now. so it's fun to be a part of it. >> georgetown is going to have their hands full against one of the best players in the country tomorrow. win, loss, win, loss, win. that's how the last five games have gone for georgetown. back-to-back wins for a change. they have to stop 6-4 point guard who has been compared to john walsh. these are all facts that j.t. 3
is fully aware of. >> when you talk about chris dunn, you're talking about one of the, if not the best player in the country. he does everything at an elite level. he makes everyone on the team so much better. >> you know things are serious. wizards skipped out on practice today and had a players-only meeting. >> it's dpif cult to have a four-game winning streak. so we have the tools. we have everything we need. we regressed.
this is the video. that crater-sized sink hole opened up on both sides of a major highway near the oregon-california state line. a contractor was working on the site and then heavy rain caused all of that erosion. repairs are expected to take about eight weeks. >> wow. tonight, we know a car that has carried the pope is worth four times as puch as the exact same car that has not carried the pope. the fiat sold for 82,0 $0 at always tonight and included a card board cut out. you've got two more days to catch our auto-show at the convention center going from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. tomorrow and 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on sunday.