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right now lockout at four virginia schools released and police just opened the road. more on that shooting that brought police to that neighborhood. a sergeant charged with killing his wife and a police officer is in front of a judge it. why the prosecutor says this case is so hard on the whole community. i'm pat lawson. an officer will receive a medal of honor. the risk he took
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someone from the taliban. take a look at snow that's coming up. more on the developing story out of prince william county. as we mentioned earlier, lockdown lifted at four prince georges county schools. duvall high school, the guard school, and two others all back open after being locked down for an hour. the shooting didn't happen at any of the schools. it was actually near a bus stop in the 9900 block of glenham. the shooting appeared to be random. they say they're investigating, but the good news is in the last five minutes or so, we learned that police have reopened greenbelt road as well as aerospace road. mclain high sol
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an ongoing miss investigatiinve forcing that closure. all students are said to be safe. we are finding out new information of that man charged with killing his wife and the prince william county police officer. ron hamilton was in court twice today. derek is live at the courthouse in manassas and can tell us what happened. good mortgage. >> reporter: good morning again. well, he did, indeed, make his appearance before a judge today albeit a two-way video conference from the lockup where he continues to be held without bond. friends of crystal hamilton, robert hamilton's wife, they want to make sure her death is not overshadowed by the death of the police officer and the wounding of two others. she had actually called 911 to report a domestic incident. it brought officers to the house, and court documents revealed that when those officers arrived,mi
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door and opened fire on them, of course, killing offer ashley gwindon and wounding officers dave hewitt. they took this opportunity to point out the dangers of domestic violence, dangers that became all too evident in a case like this. >> domestic violence is terrible no matter whether law enforcement is part of it or not. >> reporter: and as we said, there were two hearings today. one was on that charge of first-degree murder regarding the killing of crystal hamilton, the other was on the capital murder charge that involved the killing of the police officer and the wounding of the two other officers. something that came out in court was that hamilton did indeed tell police -- he admitted to shooting the officers and his wife. and something else that came out today was that he has a prior assault conviction from
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he was able to go through what's called a diversion program and have those charges set aside. now, he's due back in court on april 18 and 19. the capital murder charge carries a possibility of a death penalty. the commonwealth attorney has not said that he would definitely pursue that, but it's not off the table. we are live in manassas, news4. back to you. right now police officers are recovering in maryland. they have all been released from the hospital after a fight with a man in aberdeen. according to the aberdeen police department, this man tried to run away when the officers pulled the car over this morning. he was in the backseat. police say he tried to throw drugs out of the window, and the two officers were hurt when they fought with him. a third officer was injured in an accident on his way to the scene. i'm angie goff here at the live desk. right now we do want to take you to the white house where a navy s.e.a.l. is about to receive the
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there waiting for him to arrive. senior chief petty offer edward b yerks byers jr. was part of rescue 6. byers threw himself on the doctor to shield him. he then pinned an armed taliban fighter to the wall until another s.e.a.l. could shoot him. byers is the first living s.e.a.l. to receive the medal of honor since the vietnam war. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist john kieran. there's the potomac river. we've got some sunshine around the region looking off to the west. our other camera looking to the west-northwest. just a few clouds moving on
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moving fast. we have gusts of wind up to 25 miles an hour. they'll be with us here into this afternoon. your weather headlines for this leap day monday, a mild, breezy monday afternoon and then springlike again on tuesday. then our next shot of rain appears to be on wednesday. we might get some snow by the end of the week. i'll look at the timing on that coming up in a few minutes. right now crews continue to work on a water main break in hyattsville that began on saturday. it's a 90-year-old main that broke. they called for backup to help fix it. a crew from new jersey came here to help stop the flow of water using special equipment. developing this morning, police are looking for witnesses who may have witnessed the shooting of a motorcyclist. police were called to route 5 near old leonard town road in hughesville. they say a man was thrown from a motorcycle when it went off the road. that man died. initially police thought it was the crash thati
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now they say there is evidence the man was shot. police are working to identify the man and get a description of the suspect. tomorrow is super tuesday if you plan to head to the polls in virginia. we have four things you need to know. plus the new controversy facing donald trump in decision 2016. and a second round of trouble for a cruise ship
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tomorrow is super tuesday, and here are four things you should know before the voting begins. polls open at 6:00 in the morning. you have to be in line by 7:00 tomorrow night. make sure you take your photo i.d. with you. if you don't have it, you can use your passport, a virginia dmv veterans card or city issued i.d. card. delegates can earn up
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delegates in virginia, republicans 49. a marist poll shows donald trump leading in this state. hillary clinton holds a commanding lead in most states where primaries will take place tomorrow. the republican frontrunner may face backlash after failing to condemn the kkk in a state of the union. trump blamed a bad earpiece. republican rivals aren't letting him off easy on that. >> we cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white supremacists and the ku klux klan. we cannot be a party that does that. >> the subject came up when trump was asked if he would disavow white supremacist groups supporting his campaign. we're warming up quite nicely out there. tom is back with an update
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for a cup of coffee just because you're a woman. so why does congress think it's ok that women get paid 20% less than a man for doing the same job? i'll fight for pay equity, to protect planned parenthood, choice for women, and expand paid and family leave. now some politicians will belittle this as a women's agenda. more proof that we just need more women in congress. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message.
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more trouble for that battered storm ship that seems to be cursed. they're cutting another voyage short. this latest trip was cut short by yet another storm. this time the storm was off the coast of cape hatteras. and that's not all. passengers on board have gotten a stomach virus. the ship is now on its way back to new jersey. tom? right now we have the sunshine breaking out. you won't need an umbrella anymore. you'll need a jacket now. temperatures in the 50s and headed to 60s. in the afternoon you'll be comfortable in shorts and sleeves. great day for a run, get some exercise. temperatures by
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should be hovering in the low 60s for a couple hours, back to the 50s late this evening. we're showing all those sprinkles we had earlier this morning on the eastern shore and the beaches. they're pulling off to the east. we're drying up. a look at our chances for snow. that's coming up when i next join in you a few minutes. it comes once every four years. it's leap day today. if you happened to have been born on this day, you can get a good deal on a couple things. pizza hut is giving out a free one-topping personal pan pizza if today is your birthday. hard rock cafe will give you a free entree, and at mcalister's, you can snag a free cookie. for those not born on leap day, krispy kreme will give you a dozen donuts for $2.29. if you buy one dozen you'll get a dozen free. after the break, a local high school remembers a senior and his family killed in a
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the shocking and tearful aftermath of a weekend crash at montgomery county school today. students are back at school for the first time without one of their classmate who died along with his parents. his sister is still in critical condition. megan fitzgerald is live at the school to show how kids and staff are coping. pretty tough
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>> students got started with a moment of silence and the students were told there are counselors available. the pain felt from this loss will last for a long time. there is no question about it. things are different here at walt whitman high school. >> he was part of the debate team. he was really smart. >> tommy was a kid larger than life and he was always doing something crazy. >> tommy mosato was just 17 years old, a focused senior with big dreams. >> he got into georgia tech. he was really excited to go there next year. >> reporter: but montgomery county police say on saturday tommy, his sister and two parents were driving down the road when a vehicle collided with him. tommy and his parents died. his 16-year-old sister who is a sophomore at whitman was left fighting for her life.
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everyone just because there's never going to be another tommy. >> reporter: but today, tommy's spirit was remembered. >> tommy liked to wear crazy socks and that's something we'll do forever. >> reporter: a spirit that touched many students and faculty members, too. >> i wrote him a recommendation for college, so i did know him personally. >> reporter: though today wasn't the same here at walt whitman high school, but a reminder of perhaps the most important lesson of all. >> life is short, and you got to treasure it and treasure everyone you know. >> reporter: now, helena, we're told, is still in critical condition this afternoon, but her uncle tells us they're cautiously optimistic she will recover. as far as the driver who collided with the family, at this moment charges have not been filed. pat? right now streetcars are up and running along h street in
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the weekend's debut. they're scheduled to run until midnight tonight. for now, though, rides are free for all passengers. tom, we're thinking spring these days. >> it certainly feels like it. we have blue skies on our live camera. temperatures are climbing into the low 60s. love this photo of sunrise this morning. there's sugar loaf mountain. that picture taken by bobby and ruthie rencher. another gorgeous day tomorrow, reaching mid-60s today. mid-60s on tuesday with increasing clouds. rain likely early on wednesday morning, maybe ending midday. then a blustery wind and chilly on thursday afternoon. friday is a chance for any snow. maybe on friday. stay tuned. we could get some wet snow. not big accumulations the way it looks right now because of these warmer
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uva student pleading for his release in north korea. north korea held this media event today. after the event, he said he tried to steal a political banner. he also said he was manipulated by the american government in what was, quote, a hostile act against north korea. a tragic story now in ohio. a pastor there was murdered inside his church, and police say his brother did it. it happened in dayton, ohio yesterday. dayton police say they have the pastor's brother in custody now. they are working to find out what the motive for the killing might have been. five ku klux klan members are out of jail this morning after a brawl outside an anti-gun rally. police say the members marched toward a park where protesters confronted them. a fight broke out and three people were stabbed by klan members. one man used the eagle on top of a flagpole to stab a
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the klan members were released after video showed they acted in self-defense. seven people are still in jail for the attack. after the break, the white house helping to get your children interested in science. and don't forget, you can catch news4 midday from anywhere. all you need is your smartphone or
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this week president obama wants your children to get excited about science. he's launching a version of take your child to workday, but instead of visiting corporate offices, the kids are visiting science labs. today at the white house, kids from baltimore will take place in a fair type event. more than 50 science labs will open their doors to take part this week. here's something you don't see every day. an elephant goes on a rampage in a religious festival in india. the elephant was taking part in a holy ritual when it broke loose and started flinging motorbikes,
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it took an hour to get the animal under control. luckily no one was hurt in this incident. wow. he's a little guy, too. >> a lot of power. >> i don't think he liked being -- well, who knows. let's hope he will recover from whatever was bothering him. after the break, the big moments from the oscars. and how the
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feeling like springtime, the sunshine is breaking out. the winds are pretty gusty. they're gusting to 25 miles an hour and temperatures are climbing into the low 60s. we'll stay in the low 60s with these blustery winds until 8:00. under a clear sky by sunset. back to 50 later tonight. certainly beginning to look like spring. i took this picture in my yard yesterday afternoon. crocuses are showing up. w
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from viewers with wonderful spring color just beginning to pop. that is certainly hopeful. put yours on facebook, twitter and instagram. love seeing your photos and sharing. stories about the oscars are filling up facebook and twitter right now. it was a big night with a few surprises. nbc's jennifer bjorklund wraps up the moments we're still talking about today. >> "spotlight." >> the title grabbed the moment, a surprise oscar winner for best picture. >> this film gave a voice to survivors, and this oscar amplifies that voice. >> the favorite "the revenant" still won big. alejandro for the second year in a row. and a first career oscar for leonardo dicaprio as best actor. >> i certainly thank you for this award tonight. let's not take this
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granted. i do not take this award for granted. >> brie larson thanked people for her domination. >> thank you to the fans for seeing this movie. >> while mark ryeland pulled an upset for supporting actor, beating out favorite sly stallone. "mad max fury "won in six categories. >> subject also on host's chris rock's mind, and the spotlight was on the movie industry set. jennifer bjorklund, news4, hollywood.
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daughter's girl scout troop sell $65,000 worth in girl scout cookies. it helps to have chris rock as your father. you should check out the funny pictures of all of them eating the cookies out there in the audience. they're pretty hungry, i can imagine. they go there so early in the afternoon, so they were probably really happy to get those cookies. those pictures are on line right now. in the next half hour, the trick hackers are use to ing to access your personal information on your computer.
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a tragic story. this man was in court twice today, once for killing a prince william county police officer and one for killing his wife. court documents say ronald hamilton admitted killing his wife and several officers over the weekend. his wife died. so did officer ashley gwindon. it was her first day on the job. she had her degree from embry-riddle air nautical university and george washington university. in 2015, she was a reservist. >> that is who she was, and service was infused in her very being. >> it's not the first time the
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guindon family faced tragedy. their local paper in new hampshire reports her father took his own life after military service in iraq. the chief says 38-year-old david mcgowin and 30-year-old have a road of recovery before them. her sister visited the neighborhood yesterday and thanked the officers for trying to help her sister. >> she was an officer who sacrificed her life for my sister and her nephew. i thank you and god bless your family. >> neighbors have set up a memorial for crystal outside her home. she made the 911 call that brought police to her house. police say her husband killed her. their 11-year-old son was inside the house when all of this happened. he was not hurt. sunshine now climbing into the low 60s and a
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at national harbor overlooking the capitol wheel. you can see the wind-whipped waters there of the potomac river. the clouds are drifting over us now. the winds are gusting 20, 25 miles an hour. they'll stay that way into the afternoon, so a mild, breezy, springy afternoon and another springlike day tomorrow. gorgeous day with temperatures again into the mid-60s on tuesday afternoon. our next shot of rain does appear to be wednesday morning, and chilly rain at that in the 40s. then drying out wednesday afternoon. a sad story out of north carolina this morning. two people are dead after their home exploded. take a look at what's left of the house. it's basically a pile of wood. a car crashed into the home and hit a propane tank which caused the explosion. the homeowners were inside at the time and died. the driver of the car is in the hospital. no word on what caused the accident. and now the tricks that hackers are using to access personal information i
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probably get pop-up ads all the time, but now an official-looking warning is popping up saying your computer has a virus and you should call this number to fix it. as nbc's jeff lawson reports, the scam is so easy to fall for, even a member of the "today" show crew became a victim. >> you're surfing the web and out of nowhere -- >> important security message. >> -- this scary warning pops up saying your system has been infected. it's been hijacked and your private and financial data is at risk. and the only way to fix it? call the number on the screen. it looks legit. but it came from your own computer. but it's actually a fake. it's really a pop-up ad. >> i just opened the door and just let somebody into my computer. >> reporter: it just happened to natalie while she was on line. she panicked and called the number. >> they told me that they're a reputable company, that they
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mirosoft, so they immediately asked for access to my computer through log me in 123. >> tell me you didn't do that. >> i know i shouldn't have done that. >> you let them in. >> i did it! i know! >> once inside, they scanned her hard drive, telling her she had a virus. but good news. for $400, they'll fix it. >> it was sort of like a light bulb went on, because i knew at that point what they were offering wasn't true. >> security experts say these pop-up ads are misleading and dangerous. >> it looks like a warning, but it's not real. it's just a picture telling you something is wrong with your computer, but there's not actually something wrong with your computer. >> we're going to try this ourselves. we're going to call one of those companies that puts on the ad. we have a brand new apple computer out of the box. if they tell us there's a virus
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>> it means they're trying to rip you off. or worse, they're trying to put their own malware on there. >> i had this number pop up that told me there is a computer virus. can you help me? the technician immediately asked to tap into my computer. we watched him poke around in realtime. that's him doing all that. within seconds, he has bad news. >> maybe seone else is trying to access your computer. >> that's right. he says not only is there a virus on my computer, somebody is trying to hack in. >> i'm going to clean up this machi machine. >> remember, this computer is brand new. then comes the sales pitch. >> what does this cost me to get it fixed? >> it will cost you $119. >> time for the big reveal. my name is jeff lawson.
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i'm the international correspondent for nbc news, and this is a brand new computer just out of the box. >> okay, but there is a virus. >> show us the virus. you are trying to sell us a computer package we didn't need. it's a brand new computer. >> i'm telling you there's a virus in your system. give me a minute. >> after several minutes, he still can't show us any virus. then watch this. he starts surfing the web. >> can you let go of the remote control? thank you very much for your time. >> it doesn't matter whether you're smart or dumb, old or young. it's just one of those things where, when you're caught off guard, you'll fall for it. >> an urgent warning to protect you from becoming a victim. >> i learned a good lesson. next time i get that, what would jeff rawson do? run. >> jeff also found out those professionals can be efficient. but no matter w
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they both say they're not affiliated with the companies that create those ads. best advice? if you get a pop-up on your computer, press the escape key right away. the next i-phone. what can you expect from it? a hunting dog saved date and a
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i'm angie goff here at the live desk with crazy new video to show you. this right out of detroit. what you're looking at here, the driver of a jeep trying to exit a freeway when he crashed right into that coca-cola truck and you can see everything was caught by the chopper cameras. several police officers involved in the chase which ended like this. yeah, the suspect fleeing by foot. eventually all three of them were caught. the final one found trying to hide underneath a trampoline. they were all arrested. still no word as of now of what led up to this chase.
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>> all right, angie. food stamp recipients use electronic cards for benefits. now, families who use the women, infants and children program will also be able to use those benefits electronically. the agriculture department says it is scrapping the paper vouchers for the cards. about half of the country's use wic for formula and for food. the change will happen over the course of the next five years. a dog with a keen sense of smell has tracked down a missing boy in louisiana. a hunting dog named honey found the three-year-old boy. that boy is now safe and it only took the canine babout an hour o find him. the toddler doesn't remember much about what happened. when he grows up, she plans to tell him how a dog saved his life. well, your next disney vacation could cost you more. plus, why a professional
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clouds creeping over capitol hill. the wind is gusting here at 25 miles an hour, but temperatures are already in the low 60s throughout much of the region. as we get into the afternoon hours, we'll see increasing sunshine. right now storm team 4 radar showing all the sprinkles are gone. just a few lingering one on the eastern shore down to ocean city, and that's tracking to the east and heading out. a great day to get in a run, get some exercise in. a lot of people were off yesterday. many of the parks will be packed today. again, there might be a line at the slide. don't butt in line, though. let the toddlers go first. we'll be up in the low 60s here throughout the rest of the afternoon. a great day to get out and enjoy. seasonal prices at disney theme parks, people will pay more on peak days from $109 to
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$124. at spring break and holidays, they stopped selling tickets because too many people were in the parks. apple is expected to unveil a new iphone on march 24. they are also expected to show off a new apple probe, sports watch. soon to be against the law for airlines to squeeze you into the plane. in recent years the airplane seats were getting thinner and shorter and giving us less and less legroom when we fly. well, now congress could change that, specifically new york senator chuck schumer who says enough is enough. >> as you pay more for tickets, at least you ought to get a place to sit where you're not treated like a sardine. >> schumer says he's planning to add a legroom minimum to a bill to reauthorize the faa. that bill is moving through congress right now. there is a vote on it
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month. well, it's not something you normally see on the golf course. a pga player stripped down on national tv in order to get the perfect shot. this is golfer gary woodland at the honda classic on sunday. when his ball landed in water, he wanted to take the shot but he didn't want to get his clothes wet, so he took off his socks, shoes, and yes, his pants in order to hit the second shot. and you know what? he got par on that hole. >> wow. who is it that always wears the bathing suit under it? >> those looked like his undies to me. the former president is out on the campaign trail before this super
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for a cup of coffee just because you're a woman. so why does congress think it's ok that women get paid 20% less than a man for doing the same job? i'll fight for pay equity, to protect planned parenthood, choice for women, and expand paid and family leave. now some politicians will belittle this as a women's agenda. more proof that we just need more women in congress. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message.
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decision 2016 candidates are in virginia pushing for your vote in the final hours before tomorrow's super tuesday primary. donald trump is speaking at radford university right now. dr. ben carson is in virginia beach. hillary clinton has two stops in virginia today, first this afternoon in fairfax. nbc's tracie potts shows us how the races nationwide are shaping up. >> reporter: donald trump heads into super tuesday with his first senate endorsement, alabama senator jeff sessions. >> i hate to say i
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>> reporter: with trump leading every super tuesday state except texas, his opponents are hitting hard. >> friends do not let friends vote for con men. >> slamming trump for not condemning support for the former head of the ku klux klan. >> we should all be united in saying that the klan is reprehensible and has no place in politics. >> super tuesday is looking good for hillary clinton coming off her huge win in south carolina. >> well, we got decimated, that's what happened. >> reporter: bernie sanders feeling the bern of the south african-american voter. >> we need your help to win the democratic nomination. >> reporter: clinton is winning nearly 2-1 in key states, focusing on trump. >> you make wild promises, you insult everybody,d
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people wonder, what does that person really stand for? >> reporter: but clinton could end up on defense. the rest of her e-mails are supposed to be released by the state department today. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. i'm angie goff at the live desks. we want to take to the white house where a navy s.e.a.l. just received the medal of honor from president obama. >> his captors told him, the americans are not coming for you. well, they were wrong. whenever americans are taken hostage in the world, we move heaven and earth to bring them home safe. we send some thunder and some lightning. >> senior chief petty officer edward byers jr. right there, an ohio native, was part of the s.e.a.l.s. he helped rescue a life in afghanistan in 2012. he saved a life but also lost
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receive this honor for hetheir actions in afghanistan. byers was also injured in combat and received two purple hearts and five bronze stars. spring fever is sprung. we have temperatures now climbing into the low 60s, holding steady in the mid-60s through of the rest of the afternoon. winds gusting at 25 miles an hour. we'll keep the forecast going tomorrow. low 40s in the morning. 60s again on tuesday. good voting weather in virginia. then on wednesday morning, rain likely, ending by midday. sun back in the afternoon. strong gusts of wind. temperatures only about 50. chillier weather moves in on thursday. partly sunny, mid-40s. then on friday a chance of wet snow, maybe some cold rain. we'll keep you post odd thed on. if it does happen, low to
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looking like snow will be a slushy snow. then we dry out with highs near 50. thank you, tom. this is going to be an emotional day for sports reporter erin andrews. she's testifying in a stalking case of a man who recorded a naked video of her. the man is also expected to testify today. he won't be in the court but he will be speaking over a video link. andrews said the video damaged her career. she's suing the man and the hotel where the recording took place, and she's asking for $75,000. we're expecting a decision today in a case against bill cosby. in this case a model said he defamed her because he denied raping her more than 30 years ago. janice thickenton said cosby drugged her in lake tahoe in 1982 and then raped her. cosby's lawyer say she's layiyi and that her story has changed over the years. dozens of women have accused cosby of sex abuse. he's denied all the
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we're talking food after the break. a fast food
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a lunchtime favorite may need a new slogan. "we have the meat" really doesn't work for the vegetarian options. it features the arby's signature line-ups without the meat that makes those sandwiches traditional. the new snack craze to hit the market is mimi. sales are skyrocketing. >> it's an interstate convenience store the size of a warehouse. 120 guests, 34 types of taffy, 34 flavors of fudge.
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it's in new bronfils, texas. >> me and my friend made tript from san antonio just for the jerky. >> it's prepackaged and stashed throughout the store. >> why are you seeing jerky sales? >> jerky sales are exploding. >> americans spending almost $3 billion last year on jerky. >> it's protein. >> that's the allure. high protein, low fat, very portable. >> a good energy source, and what's not to like? >> one of the nation's hottest franchises, the beef jerky outlets where they even sell kr crawfish and bloody mary flavored jerky. they've come a long way from the pressed slim jims. >> cherry
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if you like it sweet, that's the one to get right there. >> there is also ghost pepper t teriyaki. no refrigeration required. that doesn't mean it will last. >> how quickly will you go through this? >> we'll probably be done by the time we get to dallas. >> hot and dry and flying off the shelf. new bronfils, texas. >> it can be tasty but it's a little hard on your teeth. or your jaws, i guess. pretty chewy stuff. fashion trends from the oscars. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends said i should get fios because it's the fastest... but i thought it would be too expensive... who's that, jenny? no kate...turns out they have a deal that cost me even less than my slow service. and it's 100 megs ...i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. we're out of 2% then i thought, maybe other things could be better.
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for his role. razzie redeemer, sylvester stallone. for worst picture, two movies tied, "fantastic 4" and "fift shades of grey." >> as always, what the stars were wearing was judged nearly as much as the movies they were in. here's some of the today show's favorites. >> who was your favorite last night? >> kate blanchett. stunning. i loved all the metallic and all the jewel tones. it was shocking to see all the jewel tones going into the spring season. >> that is a dress. that is an oscar dress. >> she looked beautiful in could
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to -- could y -- couture. her hair was inspiring by the three buns. >> jewel tones, here are two examples from emerald green to a blue color. they were the big trend of the night. i think i only saw one red gown in the night. >> that might have been charli zercharlize theron. temperatures are already in the low 60s. hour by hour we'll be hovering in the mid-60s through the rest of the afternoon. the wind will be a bit blustery in the evening. enjoy the spring-like weather. thank you for joining us. that's news4 milled mdday. we are back on the air at 4:00. >on
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♪ >> announcer: today on the meredith vieira show we are talking "what's hot now" and from "full house" it is candace cameron bure. are cops sending your kids to bust dangerous drug deals? how it is happening without you knowing it. it all starts right now on "meredith". [applause] ♪ makes you feel real good. ♪ feel real good. [applause] >> meredith: thank you, everybody. thank you! we have a great show

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