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preservation. >> to embark on a designation and project that we feel will restore the founders library to its full glory. >> now, this national treasure designation allows howard to get technical help to plan the renovation of the library and to qualify for tax exempt bonds to help finance the work. officials said they are just starting to a project that will take several years. stair wiy with us. "news 4 today" continues now at 5:00 a.m. good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we're experiencing some snis springlike weather on this first day of march. not yet, though. still chilly. >> chuck bell here with your weather headlines. >> good morning. welcome to tuesday morning, everybody. it will be a relatively nice day to be outside today. pretty breezy this afternoon, but it will be mild nonetheless. temperatures today upper fifth to near 60. watcn
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rain late tonight into the early parts of tomorrow morning. still keeping a very close and watchful eye on a friday snow chance. here is the rain that is coming our way for tonight. still a long, long ways away from us, so it will not impact any of your plans through the morning or the evening commute today. storm team 4 radar all clear of rain drops this morning. the next 24 hours, a chilly start this morning. mostly in the 30s. rain on the way, not raining at 7:00 tonight. rain moves in probably after 9:00, 10:00. but rain coming to an end by about this time tomorrow morning. how is it all going for affect your commute? that is in ten minutes. breaking news on maryland 80 fingerboard road. take a look at this. a fatal crash from overnight. as far as alternates go, 85 or 109 going to be your way around this.
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270 at monday rows, no issues. 29, bw parkway, route 1, everything here looking quite good. 66 and 95 also looking pretty good. angie has more on the fatal accident. >> some pretty incredible video here. this is out in frederick county, maryland state police now telling us that karl neal lost control of the tractor trailer. it hit a guardrail. is th this is fingerboard road. 85 is your best alternate. they're working to find out exactly why karl neal overturned. more as we get it. today
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guindon. she was sworn in just last friday and died in the line of duty on saturday. despite her short career in law enforcement, officers from around the area will be at today's funeral to honor guindon's service and sacrifice. derrick ward is in woodbridge this morning with more on today's funeral. >> reporter: good morning. behind will me y me you see thee chapel where the funeral will happen in a few hours. we're also obviously talking about 28-year-old officer ashley guindon. it was her first day back with prince william county police department. she had actually been sworn in the day before and she had been with the department, she graduated the academy in the summer of 2015, but left before field training for personal reasons. but she told her superiors that she had it in her blood and that was the kind of enthusiasm they wanted. and they welcomed her back. now,
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responding to a necessary tidom violence when she and two other officers were shot. she died, they survived. she for the sogot some advancedn law enforcement, served in the marine corps reserve, as well. the funeral at noon, viewing at 10:00. and cease expectshe's expected in her home state of massachusetts. derrick ward, news 4. an impressive show of support for a fallen rookie over last night. officers lined the way as guindon's body passed the police station assigned to one last time. the procession ended with her flag draped casket arriving
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the chap foel todayle for today. having a rookie officer tie on her first day on the job has affected the entire community. >> i can't imagine this being her first day on the job, her first phone call. and to lose her life like this. my heart goes out to her family. >> if you would like to support officer guindon's family, we have details on the nbc washington app, search officer memorial fund. and coming up, we'll have more on the other victim in this case, crystal hamilton. police say her husband ronald hamilton killed her before officers arrived. we'll explain the circumstances surrounding her death. a task force starts work today in prince george's county to make sure students are not at risk of being abused. that group was set up after tee oni i deonte carraway a teach ear are's aide was charged with sexually abuse as many as 17 children. a task force is
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security policies. the group expects to have results by may. carraway took part in graphic sex acts with 11 victims. he faces 13 counts to sexually exploiting children. an indictment claims all the vehicle t victims are between 9 and 12. carraway also face as class action lawsuit. a huge day ahead in decision 2016. voters in 11 states will weigh in on both the democratic and republican races for the presidential nomination. polls open here in virginia at 6:00 in the morning. and make sure you bring a photo i.d. virginia has a diverse collection of voters. political experts say it is america in miniature meaning a win in virginia could suggest a win later on. now, the latest polls have hillary leading the democratic race in virginia and she could win up to 95
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and 14 superdelegates today. democratic candidates need nearly 2400 delegates to qualify for nomination. to the gop now where donald trump has a hold on the lead right now, 49 delegates are up for grabs available to the republicans right now. gop candidate needs more than 1200 more delegates for qualify for the party's nomination. you can expect full lunch from t coverage from nbc. we'll spend an hour long edition of "nightly news." lester holt, savannah guthrie and chuck todd will be back at 10:00 tonight with update on races and the results. and virginia is covered with team coverage live from northern virginia at 11:00 p.m. and you'll probably want the heat on in the car when you drive into work this morning. pretty chilly start. but maybe the sun roof open on your drive home. chuck bell has a closer look at your commuter draft at 5:11. and a big change could be on the way for
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bad things happen when you drive into a gas pump. this is video from a gas station surveillance camera in arlington, texas. you can see the fire erupted after the crash. and then other drivers start to run from their cars. firefighters got the flames under control, but no word on any injuries. it is now 5:11. montgomery county schools are trying to finalize a contract with a new superintendent. the board of education conditionally pegged dr. jack smith to fill the role. he's currently maryland's state interim superintendent and previously was the superintendent for calvert county. pending approval from the state, dr. smith will start the job on july 1st. good morning. it is now 5:chlt
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tuesday. no worries from the weather department. clear skies, temperatures mostly in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees on your ride into work and school. coming back home later take, nice and mild. highs will be in the low 60s, but after 5:00 temperatures will be trending bag down in ining b upper 50s. regionally richmond to boston no worries. any potential for flight days, detroit, cincinnati, memphis. a look at the next snow chance this ten minutes. in frederick county it this will no doubt be around for quite some time. if you normally take 80 to get to or from 270, you'll want to something different. take 85, 109. right now we have a fatal crash involving a tractor trailer 80 at park hills. all lanes going to be blocked n until 7:30 this morning. is the seminary, into lanes getting by the work zone.
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pretty good. video from the crash scene in frederick county coming up. an investigation under way in d.c. after crews found a body at the scene of a fire. why officials are trying to figure out if the victim was dead before they arrived. and a story you'll see only on 4. what you can expect once private companies begin responding to emergencies in d.c. your time i
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made with a fresh cracked egg and real butter. only at mcdonald's. i'm lovin it. a significant day for the race for the white house. polls open in virginia in less than an hour.agan fitzgerald li more. >> reporter: candidates of course know there is a lot at stake. we have seen them crisscrossing the commonwealth. we're at lake
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school and because we're expecting a nice day with warm weather, they think turnout will huge. let's get to what you will look at when you come here. polls open at 6:00 a.m. so when you get here and you're getting ready to cast your ballot for the gop side, you will see a list of all the candidates even those who have dropped out. and it will be something similar for those who are voting for a democrat. you will see a list of all of the democratic presidential candidates on there and of course you will choose one. now, here's what is important. when you show up to vote, this is what you need to know. you will need to bring any photo i.d. that has been issued by the common wealth. so driver's license, passport, a student i.d. and for information about the ballots, you can look up elections.virginia.gov. so again, polls open at 6:00 a.m. so we're only about 45 minutes away. they close at 7:00 p.m. tonight. and election officials say if
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you can wait in line and you still will be able to vote. back to you. >> meagan fitzgerald live for us in fairfax county. thank you. and some campaigns could end today depending on how votes in virginia and other states go. there an opportunity for hillary clinton and donald trump to run up the delegate count here. florida senator marco rubio looking for a win in any state to try to derail trump. vermont senator bernie sanders is looking for wins in states with majority white voters. tracie potts will join you go at 5:30 with more on what to watch for as the votes come in. and there is shocking video from a trump rally where it appears a secret service agent threw a photographer to the ground. if you watch the bottom right corner of your screen, we've highlighted the confrontation where it looks like one man chokes another man and throws him down. the secret service says it is aware of the incident and it's
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figure out what exactly happened. that photographer says the incident started when he stepped outside the media pen. expect full coverage from our th nbc news team today. "nightly news" at 7:00 and lester holt, savannah guthrie and chuck todd will be back at 10:00 with an update on the races and results. we have virginia covered for you after that with team coverage liver fr live from northern virginia at 11:00. the search is on for a patient who ran away from the northern virginia mental health facility. michael marshall is known to exhibit violent behavior. if you see this man, contact police but do not approach him. he's believed to have ties to the centreville and sterling areas. we're working to learn more about a person found dead in a fire in the district. a house went up in flames around 8:00 last night on massachusetts avenue near southern avenue in
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victim's name or any details about how the person died. as soon as we learn more information, we'll have it here and on the nbc washington app. an ohio school district is closed today as police investigate a shooting. four students were hurt after a 14-year-old student opened fire yesterday inside a high school cafeteria in madison. two students were shot, two others were hurt as they tried to get away. they're all expected to be okay. one student said he just focused on keeping others safe. >> serious mindset and just trying to be quiet and keep everybody else around me safe. >> police say they do have a motive for the shooting, but they're not releasing that just yet. the young shooter was arrested at the school. there is a stroke warning for young people as the number of cases increases. medical experts say strokes can happen to patients as young as 18 who may be healthy and fit and not recognize the symptoms.
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35 may think they are exhausted or that their pain will go away. sometimes the stroke can -- cause is as simple as stress. >> stress can cause vessels to strep and if you have the tiniest blood clot it can imbpee that flow. >> if you're not getting enough sleep, you may also increase your chances. some symptoms to watch out for, facial drooping, problems with speech or numbness and continuing blitingling in arms and legs. we're starting to find out what it will take to fly someone to mars. astronaut scott kelly and a russian cosmonaut are coming back to earth after a year? space. that is the longest thanyone ha ever spent up there. nasa wanted to see how the extra time affects the human body. incredible mission. just a cool guy. what a job. >> it will be interesting to see
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he has a twin brother, so they can make comparisons on the dna. so interesting to see. >> welcome home. let's check the forecast, chuck. >> enjoying the spring weather the last country can he will days. today is the last of the really nice mild days for quite a while. we're already starting to think what's coming up thursday night, what is coming friday. here's what you should expect. snow as of now and there is still a long way between now and the potential for the first snowflake, but here's the way it it looks now. snow likely to begin sometime last thursday evening. probably going to be a wet snow and some rain mixing in as we get into early friday. and that's part of the reason for the uncertainty here. looks like temperatures will be just at the freezing mark likely to be above in some places and below in others. so we'll call it a wet snow and some rain early in the day on friday. and then friday during the day, likely to be a rain/snow mix. temperatures not terribly warm, but above freezing. that combined with tig
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angle here in the month of march means sack accumulating snow on friday could be an issue. but thursday night sun down to friday night sunrise time frame, could get a slushy few inches especially northern and western suburbs. we're on it, we're watching it, we'll keep you posted. what about today? out the door this morning, skies are clear. it will be a beautiful start to the day. chilly, though. morning p its are mostly in the upper 20s to low and mid-30s. as you plan out the morning, plenty of sunshine. mild by 11:00 a.m. temperatures up into the mid-50s. and most of the afternoon today spent in the low 60s. a little breezy at times, but not too bad. high today about 64 in town. 61 in in frederick, maryland for your high today. already thinking about the weekend? yes, indeeindeed. saturday a cold start. plenty of clouds around. maybe a risk of a snow shower or rain shower saturday night into early sunday. but that will not be a big deal at all. both days this weekend upper 40s to near 50 degrees.
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news continues in first 4 traffic. in urbana this morning, take a look, a terrible crash there overnight. a fatal accident involving a tractor trailer. that is likely going to be there until about 7:30 this morning. so take a look at the map here. as far as your alternates go, best thing to do, plan to take 85 or to take 109 to kind of get around this here this morning. because it's going to be there again for some time. 95 north at 3, overturned vehicle in the median out of fredericksburg. big look at the beltway, no major problems. 66 on time just 9 hints. listen to wtop 103.5 when you hop in your car. arlington county police are trying to figure out whether a sexes assault suspect was involved in more than one attack. his name is santos lopez and he was arrested and charged with an attempted sexual assault on north pershing street on august 1. a woman was attacked by a man who fried to remove h
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p. they fought h she fought him off and he ran away. dna evidence links him to that crime. and they are also looking at assaults along a bike trail last summer. virginia state police need your help to learn more about a deadly crash that happened february 15 on route 7. the driver of an suv was killed after she slammed into a backhoe. the road was plowed and clear of snow at the time, but there were some icy spots. if you were in that area at the time, virginia state police would like to hear from you. your safety is the number one reason d.c. is about to use a fleet of private ambulances. mark segraves has details on how they will be used, something you will see only on news 4. >> reporter: i'm mark segraves in the district. and within a matter of weeks, fire stations like this one will get a new private ambulance service. news 4 got an
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inside this few private company, amr, and learned that they will be using data from past 191 calls to predict where the highest need will be and then they will know where to position those ambulances before 24 of them throughout the city, 18 hours a day. they are also hiring almost 200 emts. and d.c. residents will get priority for those jobs. we'll start seeing those ambulances on the streets by the end of the month. pope francis is publishing a book and it comes out today. the book is called dear pope francis. it has his responses to dozens of children's letters. almost every letter came from a different country. many of the questions are simple, but address serious topics. it take a live look at national harbor this morning. temperatures in the 60s today, it might be a good day to take a spin on the capital wheel. wait until you see how the temperatures will go later this week. chuck bell has the four things
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new information about the first victim in saturday's shooting take alhat also killed police officer. decision 2016 gears up as super tuesday gets under way, but will hillary clinton clinch the ded delegates she needs and will donald trump
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but first four things to know about your forecast. tuesday off to a clear quiet start this morning. certainly chilly outside. a lot of spots in the 30s this morning. but later today, up into the 60s we will go. the last mild day for a while. so enjoy it. periods of moderate rain coming our way late tonight probably after you go to bed and should be done before you're out the door are early tomorrow morning. tomorrow breezy to windy weather returns. they're still tracking a chance for a rain/snow mix coming up thursday night into friday. current temperatures, 28 in manassas for the cold spot, 42 at national airport. one of the warmer spots this morning. 33 in fredericksburg. hour by hour, chilly on your way out the door here this morning. temperatures mostly in the 30s. 56 at noon, plenty of sunshine. into the 60s we go for one last time today and again rain moving in, but probably not until after 8:00 or 9:00 tonight. school day forecast in 10. melissa mollett first 4 traffic. breaking news on roads. frederick county, maryland, going e
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morning. fingerboard road at park mills, still have all lanes blocked. it is going to be this way for quite some time morning. your alternate is 85 or 109 to get around this problem. this is supposed to hang around until about 7:30 in the morning here. so you will have to take one of those alternates. that is a fatal crash. going to take time to get it out of the way. 95 north at route 3, overturned vehicle in the median this morning. and as we take a look at the beltway, no major problems on the inner loop or outer loop. travel times in 10 minutes. today millions of people get to weigh in on decision 2016. it's finally here. it is super tuesday. in less than an hour, the polls will be open in virginia. you want to make sure you bring a photo i.d. tracie potts monitoring all of today's races for us from capitol hill about that and today could be one that breaks or solidifies different campaigns. >> reporter: it most certainly could. 1 where t let's start with the democrats.
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here in virginia. >> hello, virginia! hello george mason! >> reporter: virginia will be a key state. clinton favored in the latest poll by 17 percentage points among the democrats in virginia. bernie sanders hoping to make up some ground for that and her earlier big win in south carolina by winning states in the midwest, out west and of course his home state of vermont. now looking at the republicans, it could be a big day for donald trump. he's favored in most of the republican contests. again, there are 11 republican contests out of the 12 states that are voting today. but for ted cruz, the key is going to be texas. can he win his home state and if so, how big can he win it. he had a larger lead in earlier polls about a week ago, about 15 percentage points. latest one that i saw from emerson, three points over donald trump. so donald trump may be eating
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and of course the question for marco rubio, if he doesn't win a state, does he come in a strong enough second to remain competitive into those winner take all races this about tin about two weeks. >> expect full coverage, an hour long edition of "nightly news" at 7:00. and then back at 10:00 tonight with an update on the races and results. and we have virginia covered for you right after that with team coverage live from northern virginia on news 4 at 11:00. tonight family and friends will remember crystal help i will hamilton. the vigil begins at 7:00 p.m. outside of her home on lashmere court. this morning we're learning that hamilton never spoke out about the abuse she may have been experiencing inside her home. according
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from a sleepover and his parents were arguing. crystal hamilton told her son to ran and he saw his father pick up his mother and throw her town. the 11-year-old told his aunt that he heard gun shots as he rushed down the stairs and out of the house. crystal's sister hopes this tragedy will start a conversation about the dangers of not speaking out about domestic violence. >> that my sister i'm sure was going through and never said anything about it. don't be afraid. this is your opportunity. if you don't get out for yourself, get out for your kids. >> news 4 has learned the suspect ronald hamilton was charged with assault back in 2007 in another state. he was allowed to enter a diversion program to avoid jail time. 5:4. happening today, opening statements in the case against a woman accused of killing her own grandmother. prosecutors say harris stabbed her grandmother
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inside their maryland home. police say harris initially told them a person wearing a ski mask r ran away from their home at the time. arlington county police want to know whether a recent arrest will solve other attacks. santos lopez was arrested last week. investigators say dna evidence links the 19-year-old to an attack on north pershing street last summer. and now they're investigating whether lopez assaulted people along an arlington bike trail. protesters want answers after the death of a 20-year-old man in winchester. virginia state police say minifield shot himself while being pursued by police officers. last night about 100 people march through winchester, many questioning the police investigation. mi minifield fled when police questioned him about a fight.
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firearm during the chase. the president of a small maryland college is out after trying for fight mounting pressure. on honemonday simon new man resd from mount st. mary's. he was in his first year as president. he encouraged struggling freshmen to leave the school. his published comments comparing the students to bunnies that should be drowned ignited criticism nationwide. smokers now have fewer places to lights up in rockville. it is march 1 and the city's new outdoor smoking ban takes effect today. cannot smoke on any city owned property that is including all out door parks and facilities. the ban does not apply to privately owned businesses such as restaurants. there is also talk today about changing tanning rules to keep your children safe. montgomery county could pass a measure banning anyone 18 and under from indoor tanning facils.
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post warning signs pp. some say studies say exposure to tanning rays could cause significant health problems. will the kids need a light jacket or heavy jacket by the time it's time to leave for school today? chuck bell putting together your school day forecast. and heads up if you were planning on visiting a certain part of the national zoo today. the e. coli scare that forced an exhibit to shut down.
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the kids farm at the national zoo is under quarantine after an e. coli scare. bacteria was found in several animals. so far no people have shown any signs of e. coli. the exhibit can reopen after three consecutive weeks of negative tests. good morning. coming up on 5:41 on a tuesday morning. getting ready it accepted tto s toes off to school. a nice start to the morning. temperatures mostly in the mid to upper 30s.a nice start to th. temperatures mostly in the mid to upper 30s. later this afternoon, mostly mild and nice. temperatures in the low 60s on their way home. so what do the kid tdos need to wear? a light jacket and jeans and a cool pair of sunglasses like
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breaking news in frederick county. 80 there fingerboard road at park mill, still shut down until about 7:30. this is a fatal crash that will be there for some time. westbound toll road at we'lly avenue, right lane blocked. 270 looking good. top of the beltway over to 270, no issues there. 66 inbound looks good and so does 95 northbound. a lot of people use atms regularly, but would you know it if there was a skimmer on that machine and is that new chip on your card actually protecting your account. and a major warning about a
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i'm chuck bell. a nice low impact weather day coming your way. but there are raindrops ahead for tonight and maybe some snowflakes by friday. the "7-day forecast" is coming right up. and take a look at this in frederick county, going to be jammed here this
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8 8 80/fingerboard road shut down at park mills. take 85 or 109. you cannot get to 270 by taking 80 this morning. just tour dafour days after beginning her job, ashley guindon will be laid to rest. law enforcement from around our area will be at today's funeral to honor her service and sacrifice. let's go to derrick ward who is live in woodbridge with more. >> reporter: well, indeed a sad day here in prince william county and across law enforcement community all over as people will be gathering here just a few hours. we are here at the hylton memorial chapel in woodbridge. the viewing set to begin at 10:00 with the funeral starting at noon. it is open to the public. however, they tell people that priority will be given to members of law enforcement and county officials should
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now, last night there was a procession from the funeral home to this chapel here. and that procession went through ashley guindon's district. it also stopped by the garfield station where she served. citizens lined the route with flags an hands over their hearts in sad observance what have has happened. guindon served in the marine corps reserves and graduated from embry-riddle automatic arrow n aeronautics. and she graduated from the police academy back in you 20 15 but left for personal reasons and came back and this was her first shift after being resworn in when she was killed and two other police officers shot responding to
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she's expected to be buried in new england close to her family. derrick ward, news 4. there a new push to make an intersection safer. a crash killed a walt whil whitman high school student and his parents this weekend and critically injured his sister. one neighbor tells news 4 he got hundreds of signatures back in 2008 to put a traffic light at that intersection. the state highway administration studied it, but did not install a light and now it's taking another look. >> it's unregulated and extremely dangerous and hazardous as it is right now. >> the state highway administration says it will conduct a new test at that intersection soon. it will be an emotional service today as people come together to remember supreme court justice antonin scalia. there is a memorial ceremony this morning at the may flower hotel in washington. justice scalia died last month at a ranch in texas. he was buried on february 20th a
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he was 79 years old. a community on edge in raleigh, north carolina after a deadly officer-involved shooting. vigils were held to remember a 24-year-old man who was killed. an investigation is under way now into what happened. witnesses say the man was unarmed and was shot in the back after he ran from police. police say he was wanted on drug charges. demonstrators are calling for a full investigation into the shooting. they also want police to be equipped with body cameras. a lee deal couplea deal coun avoid the death penalty. jesse matthew junior is expected to enter a guilty plea tomorrow. he faces murder charges in the deaths of virginia tech student morgan harrington and uva student hannah graham. matthew is already serving a life sentence for sex assault in fairfax. download the nbc washington app to get any breaking news alerts tomorrow out of charlottesville. a 17-year-old boy is fighting for his life after a shooting that left him critically hurt in the middle of
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road. officers put nearby schools even a senior home on lockdown around lunchtime yesterday. a witness tells news 4 he heard three gunshots and then saw two teenage boys run from the scene on greenbelt road in lanham. police say shooting does not appear to be random. d.c. council looking at a program to steer young away from crime. mental health professionals would work with police in individual communities. d.c. police would also be required to collect more data on crime in situations where force is used. we're going something special on instragram. we're recognize the strong creative women that make our region grate, #women of washington. right now you're seeing mae burn hart, the owner of may flowers in
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from women in our area and please recommend the women you know on nbc washington's instragram page. thanks for what you do for our community. a 12-year-old basketball player is teaching people what courage looks like. this is sydney barta who lost one of her legs when she was just six. scaffolding collapse order top of her crushing her leg. she spent four months in a hospital. but that did not break her spirit. after getting her fist prosthetic leg, sydney was unstoppable. she picked up a basketball and says jumping was tough at first, but she kept going and now she's an all-star basketball player. >> she could walk, but not on sac sand and not grass. >> i have to shoot for everyone. you can do whatever you you want. >> oh, my gosh. >> love her attitude. in how inc
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sydney, thank you for your spirit. sydney plays on a number of teams year-round and she's currently in the layoffs with the arlington all-star team. what an inspiration. >> great story. love that. she will inspire a lot of people i bet. 5:51 our time. a look at weather and traffic now on the 1st. 48 degrees outside our -- 47. just went down a degree. what is going on, chuck. >> temperatures continuing to drop before sunrise. and, yes, two thumbs up for her. what an outstanding young lady. weather and you ar plans today, give it the green light. overnight tonight, rain likely to move in after about 9:00 tonight. should be out of here by about sunrise tomorrow morning. so by tomorrow, especially tomorrow late morning into the afternoon, sunny, breezy and colder, but again, no real weather impacts on your outdoor plans. here is the overnight rain chances. still
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moving through chicago, it could cause flight delays out toward detroit or cincinnati, st. louis, memphis down towards southern parts of tennessee. but nonetheless this is not going to be a big impact for us. it's probably going to be a quick quarter to maybe as much as half an inch of rain. but again it's coming during the overnight hours tonight. temperatures this morning are chilly, 42 now at national airport. 28 though in prince william county. 32 at luray, 37 annapolis, 34 now montgomery county. headed out for the early morning jog, you need to layer up. you can leave the umbrella home, it will be dry, but at least a medium coat for the slow her walking dogs. temperatures today rising up into the upper fifth to low and mid-60s about 64 town on the national mall. 65 fredericksburg. 59 in hagerstown. "7-day forecast," rain overnight tonight. chilly on thursday and a rain/snow chance coming up on friday. coming up at
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more detail on what i think is likely to happen on friday. this weekend chilly and cloudy around here. breaking news continues this morning. a tough tuesday morning commute. breaking news in frederick county. again, we're talking about this terrible crash, a fatal accident there in urbana. so let's take a look right now at what is still blocked this morning. fingerboard road at park mills road, all lanes still shut down. very likely until about 7:30 this morning. you can take 85 or 109, we'll send chopper there right now to see how things are progressing from above. 95 north at route 3, overturned vehicle in the median. west bound toll road al wiehle avenue, lane blocked because of a crash there. we'll havehave chopper up in a couple minutes. it's so embarrassing. it was my private time. p never thought this would happen. >> sports reporter air are not andrews testified about the time a man recorded her while she was
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happening. the video ended up on the internet. now she's suing the man who recorded the video and the hotel where it happened. she is asking for $75 million in the case. andrews took the stand yesterday and cried as she explained how the video is still affecting her. before that the man who recorded the video also testified. andrews left the courtroom just before that it testimony. the man was convicted of stalking years ago and served more than two years in jail. apple's tight over security fbi is headed to capitol hill. james comey and apple senior vice president will testify before the house judiciary committee.fbi wants apple to create software that will allow to t. to access a phone from one of the san bernardino shooters. apple says it
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set a dangerous precedent. consumer alert. many retailers are skramg blink to get the new chip card technology up and running. criminals are one step ahead. thiefs are targeting atms and gas station pumps that don't have the chip readers. the technology supposed to reduce fraud, but it is expensive. a lot of atms achd gas pumps won't have the technology until next year so you still have to swipe. you want to cover the key pad when putting in your pin and check the atm for any unusual devices or any looseness. good morning. i'm landon dowdy at cnbc. you can own a piece of oprah's wardrobe. she's cleaning out her closet and putting more than 150 items up forbid on ebay. all the items start for the low price of 99 cents. the charity auction runs today through thursday with proceeds
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going to her leadership academy for women. i'm landon dowdy. your time is 5:56. in news 4 your health, is warning will be added to a birth control implant for women. the fta says it will add the warning to the essure contraceptive device. the warning will tell doctors and patients will reported problems such as pelvic pain and bleeding. p the device has generated thousands of complaints and many women have petitioned to get the twice o device or the market, but the fda will only require the manufacturer to perform risk studi studies. howard university gets help in restoring its library. founders library has been a central part of howard since it first opened. it has hosted all sorts of civil rights activism. yesterday it was named a national treasure by the national treasure for historic preservation. >> so embark on a designation
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and project that we feel will restore the founders library to its full glory. >> this national treasure designation allows howard to get technical help to plan the renovation of the library. and to qualify for tax exempt bonds to help finance the work. officials said that they are just starting on a project that will take several years. breaking news right now that could impact your drive to work. an accident overnight involving a tractor trailer leaves the driver dead and a busy commuter route closed. here is a look at the scene. melissa mollett is helping you get around the accident ahead.
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right now polling places across virginia like this one in fairfax county are opening their doors for today's critical super tuesday primary. news 4 is tracking the races with team coverage this morning. breaking newses on the roa. 80 at park mill, we are shut down. that's why it is purple here. there is no traffic at all there take 85 or 109.
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chopper 4 over the outer loop, a car fire here. this is at cabin john parkway. so fire and rescue just pulled up on the scene. we have two left lanes getting by. 95 at route 3, an overturned vehicle in the median slow things just a bit. westbound toll at wiehle avenue, a right lane blocked due to an accident. we'll send chopper up to frederick town a get eyes from that problem in earlier. let's check in with storm team 4 chuck bell now to find out what kind of day we'll have. warmer weather? >> yes, indeed. a nice way to begin meet lo meteorological spring. spring sort of getting under way. a little bit of a cold start this morning. near 40 downtown.

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