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breaking right now, a driver shoots and kills himself after police pulled him over on the vw parkway after being shut down for hours. the northbound lanes just reopened. the gop presidential candidates duke it out on the same stage for the last time before the new
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hampshire primary. disappointed but not done. joe jacoby is passed over for the hall of fame. what's next? is . it's been a mess on the bw parkway for hours now. we sent you a breaking news alert about the investigation and now we know what snarled traffic on the parkway near riverdale road. news 4's dar darcy spencer join now with the news. darcy? >> reporter: we are live on riverdale road. this is one of the ramps to the bw parkway behind me. the parkway reopened within the last hour by i'm told there may be residual delays. we tried to get video of the scene but it was difficult because of the layout of the parkway. this was the closest we could get. police activity on 295 north
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between good lock road and route 410. park police tell us an officer attempted to pull over a vehicle on the parkway about 6:45 this evening. the driver was apparently swerving. the driver, believed to be a man, then pulled over on to the shoulder but then police say he shot and killed himself before the officer was able to make contact with him. the death investigation shut down the northbound lanes of the parkway for more than four hours. the southbound lanes were also slowed down because of this investigation. >> yeah, i was stuck for about 45 minutes, just had to take a detour, they shut the ramp down so we're trying to get back up to pennsylvania. so now we're affected. we're going to have to reroute all the way around to get to 695 and go up 83. >> reporter: park police are continuing the investigation,
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police have not released the identity of the man who died here tonight. back to you. good evening, everybody. we are looking at clear conditions tonight. not that bad out there. really not going to be that bad tomorrow and then you may have heard some chatter about some snow on the way. we're going to be talking about that. temperatures in the upper 30s right now will continue to fall. in fact, it won't come up until about 11:00 tomorrow morning, temperatures in the low 40s. there could be a few icy spots out there tonight. we'll watch for that as we could, again, see icy spots. we are really going to be watching this system for monday night into tuesday that could bring snow, impact your tuesday and maybe wednesday. we'll talk about the latest updates in just a few minutes. >> thank you so much, lauren. to politics now and a lively and at times feisty republican debate tonight. and steve handles man rephandel
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some candidates had targets on their back. >> i think experience is not just what you did but how it worked out. >> reporter: the attack came from governors. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you simply haven't. >> reporter: chris christie and former governor jeb bush. >> you learn this. you learn it by doing it. >> we're going to win with trump. we're going to win. >> reporter: trump, who skipped the iowa debate and lost the votes, was aggressive. >> let me talk. >> quiet. [ boos [ boos ] >> reporter: but trump deporting every undocumented immigrant got slammed by governor john kasich. >> i couldn't imagine how we would begin to think about taking a mom or dad out of the house when they have not committed a crime since they've been here, leaving their children in the house? that is not in my opinion the kind of values that we believe in. >> ted cruz grabbed the trump hard line and a trump solution. >> in short, what we're going to do, we're going to build a wall,
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we'll triple the border patrol, we'll increase -- [ laughter ] and since donald enjoyed that, i will simply say i've got somebody in mind to build it. >> reporter: what's first in trump's mind is a big win tuesday, his first. rubio's dream? grabbing number two for the other five the dream is moving up to take on trump which means pushing rubio out of the way. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, manchester, new hampshire. hillary clinton will always be there for you and just remember, there's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: a fiery call to arms from former secretary of state madeleine albright in new hampshire today. albright said clinton is the best candidate for women's rights, but new hampshire polls shows clinton trailing big among young women voters. we turn now to the big game, carol maloney in california where nfl greats were honored
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tonight. she joins with us reaction to a redskins great missing out on the hall of fame. >> reporter: a nerve-wracking day, joe jacoby admits it ends in disappointing fashion. jacoby did not get into the hall of fame tonight. the same beloveding who paved the way for three super bowl titles isn't upset, though, he says he's more encouraged than ever. >> i'm disappointed but there's always next year. it's like football season. didn't turn out the way you want, you go back to work and see what happens next year. >> reporter: i know you have a little smile on your face because you heard positive news, right? >> there was some positive news. the selector from d.c. filled me in on a lot of things that happened and he said you know it turned out better, we just lost at the end. we finished in the top ten in voting so that's positive going into next year. >> joe jacoby deserved to be in the hall of fame when you think
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of the washington redskins and what they did for 12 years as a group, and jake was part of that. four super bowls, winning three of them, speaks volumes. >> take jeff bostic, us aruss g joe jacoby and donnie warren, those guys were there for four super bowls, that's hard to do. >> this has been a fun weekend. yeah, it's disace pointing but it's also exciting since -- you know, i could be in this fraternity. >> only run hog, russ grim, is enshrined in canton but the campaign to get jacoby in next year starts now. in san francisco, carol maloney, news 4 sports. a frozen lake? but when the sun came out and the temperatures rose this happened. now drivers have to fish their way out of a like mistake. and one person is in the hospital and another in custody after this terrifying after this terrifying hit-and-run in a friendly part
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we told you about hillary clinton in the broadcast, now it's time to talk about her opponent, senator bernie sanders is expected to make an appearance on "saturday night live" tonight. you're looking live at the "snl" set. larry david is hosting and you can see sanders right after our newscast. well, somebody thought it was a good idea to let people park their cars on a frozenen like geneva and then this happened. the ice melted and cars started sinking. this happened today during winter fest, a national snow sculpting competition in wisconsin. parking was so scarce, officials
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let people park on the lake. emergency crews had to rig the cars up to tow trucks and pull them out. luckily no one was in the cars when the ice broke. scary moments outside a bar in fells point. baltimore police say a man got into a fight with several people and took off in a minivan he crashes into cashes, backs up, hits a woman walking on the sidewalk, she's hospitalized with broken ribs and a fractured skull. several people tried to stop the driver before he drove away. the good news is that police were able to catch up that to driver. colder air on the way. lauren will let us know how much the temperatures will drop, plus she'll give us the timing on the to potential for snow. developing right now. another dangerous provocation for north korea. how the u.s. is responding to the rogue nation's latest the rogue nation's latest missile test.
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we want to go back to breaking news on the bw parkway. all northbound lanes of the parkway are back open after being shut down for hours, snarling traffic, park police say somebody committed suicide in a vehicle near riverdale road. a police officer noticed the car was swerving and tried to stop the vehicle. that's when the driver pulled over to the shoulder and shot himself. a flagrant violation of united nations security council rules. that's how secretary of state john kerry is describing today's rocket launch by north korea. and south korea's defense minister boarded a destroyer ship working to gather information on the launch.
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launches like these are seen as crucial steps toward north korea's ultimate goal of having nuclear-armed long range missiles. north korea's leader kim jong-un has overseen two nuclear tests and three long-range missile tests since taking office. convicted domestic abusers could get their guns taken away if a new bill becomes law in maryland. senator jamie raskin, a democrat from montgomery county says he plans to introduce the bill this year. it would require courts to order abusers to hand over their firearms to federally licensed arms dealers. more than a dozen states have strengthened laws to keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers. a batting is brewing over protected bike lanes in the eastern part of d.c. it was a packed house in the shaw neighborhood as d-dot went over several options for a new north-south route. it would run on fifth, sixth and ninth street between new york
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and pennsylvania avenues. some churches are concerned because they use a lane on those roads for parking. the bike lanes could mean spaces would be lost. >> the concern is that the city is being made over for the convenience of newcomers. >> it's a public street and it should be for public use and parking can be part of that. i think a lot of this corridor in particular has an option where we can preserve parking on sundays. >> today's meeting was the beginning of several public meetings on the project. no action is expected until at least march. twitter is staying in realtime, that's the message from the company's ceo. yesterday because feed reported tweets would be laid out more like the timeline on facebook but today ceo jack dorsey said those reports were inaccurate. >> well, it's certainly chilly out there tonight as temperatures are falling below that freezing mark. oh, yeah, get ready for icy spots once again as we go into
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the overnight. we have snow and rain monday night. everybody's been talking about that already so that's what we'll dive into. also cold air headed our way. speaking of chilly air. look at this, our average high is 45 degrees. look at these temperatures. all next week temperatures will be below normal. we won't get out of the 30s in a lot of spots so be prepared for that. right now temperatures are in the 30s. 36 in d.c., 32 in leesburg, 34 in gaithersburg. overnight temperatures falling into the 20s. tomorrow just in spots like how we had this morning, mainly because we have clear skies, we're clearing out nicely and we'll have sunshine tomorrow even though we've got this coastal system, that's going to head out to sea and miss us completely. could bring a few clouds to southern maryland so that might be the area that could see cloud cover tomorrow. this is our system we're watching coming through for
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monday night into tuesday. will end up over the ohio valley as we go into monday afternoon, monday night and again spreading snow in here and some rain. looks to start off as rain as early as late afternoon monday then our temperatures drop. it will transition to a little snow we could have dry periods and periodic snow through the day on tuesday so that's why we'll lower totals a bit. not looking at that much. inches not feed. and there's still uncertainty but doug and amelia, we'll have you covered so tune into channel 4, they'll update you on the latest information and we'll get closer to it, the picture will become more clear. question know it will be high-impact snow is even though it's a couple inches because a couple inches around d.c. is enough to halt traffic. a high impact event for traffic and travel tuesday into wednesday morning. tomorrow morning, you won't have to worry about much except that it's chilly but we'll warm up, temperatures nearing 50 degrees on sunday so not looking too
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bad, plenty of sunshine and a light wind. so if you're going skiing, looking good. brunch action looking good. if you're headed for the super bowl, you won't have to worry about snow or rain. we'll continue to be dry, plenty of sunshine, even clear tomorrow night and clear to start your monday before more clouds move in. what to wear tomorrow? grab those sunglasses and the jacket, that's what you'll need. for the next four days not looking that bad monday night into tuesday. we'll see that transition to snow. again, a couple inches, a few flurries wednesday, breezy wednesday and thursday but look at those temperatures. cool to finish out the next work week. >> thank you so much, lauren. we have breaking news to tell you about now coming into our newsroom. two males shot on the 5400 block of georgia avenue in northwest tonight. the shots came out less than an hour ago. one victim was an adult, the other a juvenile. both are expected to survive. seasons we get more information we'll be sure to bring it to you
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by social media. still to come, the wizards are struggling to bury the lead.
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good evening. john wall had his best back-to-back performances in his career. a triple double on friday against the 76ers. tonight there was another player who had a majestic performance. wizards in the second game of a back-to-back in downtown charlotte. second quarter, court was in session. by that we mean ramon sessions.
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third quarter, the hornets not only come back but take control. nicholas spitoo from downtown and one. he also hit the glass scored 13013-in the quarter. one assist shy of a triple-double. the 19-point wiz lead turned into a three-point deficit after three. fourth quarter different story. bradley beal with two of his 22 off the bench cuts the lead to just one. jeremy lin gets the ball in the corner off the pass and that closes the door on the wizards. wizards fall 108-104. >> you have to learn how to play with a lead and we don't do it well enough right now. we don't feel those things right now and this has happened a number of times.
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>> the caps, winners of their last five over the devils in new jersey in this afternoon, second period, the puck in front when it's going good you get all the bounces. caps take the lead. six minutes left, caps down one. paul carey called up yesterday from hershey playing a big spot in a big game. his first nhl goal, after a scoreless extra period. here is the shootout. the glove in. here's ovechkin for the win. he makes all star cory schneider look silly. caps prevail 3-2 in the shootout. with only eight games left in the regular season, the hoyas are headed in the wrong direction. losses in three of their last four games come with georgetown on the bubble of the ncaa tournament. in order to make it in, the 13-10 hoyas are going to need to wrap up victories in a hurry. starting tonight against seton
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hall. georgetown has big games left, but they need every win they can get. second half hoya gets down two, isaac copeland for the easy deuce. 18 points if for sophomore. tie ball game. angel delgado down the stretch for the pirates. 19-13 for the big man. isaiah whitehead doing damage outside, tse seton hall hangs o. fourth-ranked maryland trying to extend their 26th home game. robert carter had 19.7 rebounds. trimble had an off night shooting, he was distributing, though, that's diamond stone finishing 22-10 run, now 27 unbeaten at home, 72-61 the final.
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virginia riding a five-game win streak into pittsburgh this afternoon tie game into the second half but virginia pulls away. a 12-0 run, the junior guard finishes with 14. they easily break to give anthony gill an easy dunk. cavs roll 64-50. mike lonergan and gw on the road trying to hand the rams their first conference loss. nine lead changes in this one and the final one out of the hands of joe mcdonald. knocks down a go ahead tripping with over a minute left. gw beats vcu 72-69. hokies hosting clemson. impressive that buzz williams found that hokey marine blazer. outscored clemson 32-0, zach with 19 points, 12 boards in relief. virginia tech holds off the tigers to get the win 60-57. joe jacoby was a finalist
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for the nfl hall of fame, the redskins all time great offensive lineman did not get selected for this year's class. a four time prow bowler, three time super bowl champion. many thought this was the year he would have his name called to join his former teammates in canton ohio. that does it for us in sports, back to you. >> chris miles, good to see you. thank you so much. that is our news for tonight. larry david hosts the new "saturday night live" next. have a great evening, everybody.
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[ laughter ] and now a message from senator ted cruz. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, hello. i was just reading my conscience a bedtime story. now, some of you may hav

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