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. right now police are investigating a triple stabbing at a restaurant in fort washington. i'm barbara harrison with more on the victims, including a security guard. i'm kristin wright at the live desk with the announcement being made right now that your broadband service will soon come with a label. mild now but a big change on the way here over the next 24 hours. a look at how cold it will get. that's coming up. hi, i'm angie goss with opening day of the washington nationals. we'll tell you when to watch for it. news4 midday be n
restaurant in fort washington. police say there was some kind of fight. molette green is outside the restaurant and can tell us more about what's going on. good morning. >> reporter: barbara, good morning. moments ago i got off the phone with prince georges police who said they have made an arrest in this case. they have been working throughout the morning on this. we expect to get details shortly about the suspect and motive from police as they work to put together a press release. we can tell you that a fight turned very violent landed three men in the hospital early this morning. we spoke to several people who know the owner of this restaurant nightclub, martini's. they have partied here over the years. they tell me this kind of violence is out of the ordinary. most of the nights it's packed. it's a very popular hangout in fort washington. hours ago, prince georges county police arrived about
stab wounds to the upper body, and one of them a security guard. now, i spoke to a business owner on this same street who also frequents this club. >> from what they tell me, it was something that started from an argument, which is usually the case, and then it led to outside, and then from that point on, who knows. one thing we can say for sure, the actual knife or whatever weapon was used, it wasn't in the club because the actual stabbing or whatever didn't happen inside the club. >> reporter: so again, the three men stabbed here early this morning are expected to survive their injuries. the owner is well known in this community, in fact, lives about 10 minutes away. we went to his house, rang the door be doorbell, but nobody answered. again, princeç georges county police have made an arrest in this case. look for updates later today on news4 and inside our
washington app. we're live on news4 midday. the amtrak schedule has returned to normal after the deadly crash right outside philadelphia. right now camera footage are headed to d.c. ntsb investigators will use th to see what led to that crash. overnight crews towed the train from the crash site to nearby delaware county. two amtrak workers were killed when train 89 hit a backhoe on its way to savannah, georgia from new york city yesterday. today medical examiners will conduct autopsies on those two employees. 35 passengers on the train were hurt, though none seriously. more on how this compares to last year's derailment coming up at 11:35. here's a look at what folks woke up to in hartford, connecticut. that's on top of several inches that was already on the groun
snowplows were out clearing early this morning before the next batch fell. folks there could get up to four inches of snow today. storm team 4's tom kieran is standing by. no snow here, tom, no snow here. >> not here. the trees are greening up quickly now. it's springtime here in washington. look at the capitol dome shining with a brand new paint job as they removed some scaffolding revealing that. still some scaffolding remaining below. we're in the mid to upper 60s across most of maryland and virginia. we'll likely see it up to maybe 70 degrees by early afternoon. it's in the 50s near 60s north and west. low to mid-60s right now at chesapeake bay. that system providing the snow in new england bringing in some rain to storm team radar. that's coming into w
timing on that, just a couple minutes. an investigation into a five-car crash. it shut down i-270 last night. look at the scene. the damage to these cars is huge. a dozen people are recovering right now, including six children. they're all supposed to be okay. and right now another accident investigation has shut down a road in st. mary's county. police have been on the scene at route 5 and ludville road for the last few hours. we're working to find out if anyone was hurt in this crash. investigators are warning drivers to expect delays. as soon as we hear back from police, we'll have an update here as well as on our nbc washington app. i'm kristin wright at the live desk which sounds to be good consumer news. it's a broadband label. let me explain. it's kind of
there's lot of excitement and the players are feeling it, too. >> definitely. the day you lose those butterflies in your stomach are the days that are gone forever. >> the day begins at 4:00 p.m. gio gonzalez could start the home opener this thursday. tickets to that game cost as little as $50 and as much as $1500 on line. it's also a big day for basketball fans. the ncaa championship game. i'll tell you about the special relationship between two of the opposing players. plus a slow speed police
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i'm euan yang. first what you're clicking on tonight, it's a big night. we're talking about the ncaa championship game. by now you know that new york will take on villanova. but what's getting attention is the sibling rivalry between two brothers who will be playing against each other on the course. they actually grew up in the same family in the d.c. area, they played high school basketball together at gonzaga. the two always hoped to play each other at least once in their college careers, and now they get to see who takes home the top prize. how cool is that? good luck to them. take a look at this. you are looking at a chihuahua running across the san fr
pursuit. california highway patrol officers chased it and captured it. they say they don't know who the dog belongs to, so if no one comes forward, the pup will be put up for adoption. fast little guy. something else that's trending today. it's national newsperson day. thank you for allour tweets y narrator: all that political mail might be overwhelming. let's simplify. only one candidate has
been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader at marriott, she has a broad and deep facility with policy. emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
neighborhood. meteorologist tom kieran is also watching when we can expect a major temperature drop. hey, tom. >> this is all associated with that storm providing snow in new england. as it goes by, some much colder air tonight. ahead of that, we have mild temperatures in the 60s, but storm team radar showing these showers coming into western maryland, west virginia. they're on track to come in in the afternoon hours. as of 2:00 p.m., it will be in our northern suburbs and frederick county and haberstown. then they track into southern maryland and the eastern shore after that. 8:00 to 9:00 tonight, maybe a few lingering sprinkles in the eastern area, then it will get cold in the morning. students are crowding an administration building at duke university. they've been there for days now. they're soon to stage a sit-in for higher minimum wage for campus workers.
administrators fired. today duke closed the building where those students are. it also announced it won't gifr t -- give the protesters any kind of sanctions or punishment. now students have started to gather outside the building to support those yvette: i was running for my life. he was flicking matches on me... my ex-husband's intentions were to murder me. glenn: i made sure
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delays. a boiler room fire sent smoke pouring from the terminal at new york liberty international. hundreds of people were evacuated two times this morning. we know no one was hurt, however, more than 50 flights were delayed or canceled at the airport so far. i'm kristin wright at the live desk with a new report that's putting the airlines under the microscope. it is the airline quality report. it just came out just now within the hour. virgin america ranked number one. jetblue came in second. delta, hawaiian airlines and alaska airlines finished out the top five. now, keep in mind we told you earlier this morning that today alaska airlines announced its merger with virgin. they looked at on-line performance, how baggage is handled and customer complaints. there are a lot of them. >> the complaints have not been this high as a rate per pa
>> and this report comes out every year. there you go. and from that report that kristin just gave us, you should know two of the top five as she mentioned on that list could merge soon. alaska air says it will buy virgin america in a deal worth more than $2 billion. virgin america began in 2007 and has flights out of dulles international airport and reagan national. regulators need to approve, though, the sale before any flight changes can happen. alaska air says this would mean expanded routes and a bigger presence on the west coast. let's talk about what's going on on the east coast with that snow. tom? >> we're not going to have that here. we're going to have some showers later today. you can finally get out and get some exercise, maybe a bike ride or a run. we'll be mild near 60s at 1:00, then 70 degrees near 1:00 and 2:00, the
part of the afternoon. temperatures will drop back down into the upper 50s by 6:00 p.m., then they'll plummet. all this area in purple including the metro area, freeze warning. midnight tonight through 10:00 tuesday, bring any plants inside that maybe you put out because it's mild. bring them back in. your car may be frosty in the morning. temperatures will dip near freezing by dawn tomorrow. if you're flying over the pond today, you should know that intense security is on hand at the brussels airport today. flights are taking off again, but they are severely limited. the airport's ceo said it was an emotional process rebuilding the airport after last month's bombings. isis terrorists, you'll remember, killed more than 30 people when they blew up part of the brussels airport and a bomb went off also on the subway there in brussels. travelers are using a temporary departure hall now. the airport is operating at about one-fifth of its usual
is going to new york, and planes could start flying to dulles international here in the washington area later this week. angie? more than 100 would-be refugees are in germany right now on their way back to the countries they came from. thousands of migrants have been detained in the last few weeks. the european union is trying to limit the massive numbers of people coming in from the middle east. many were sent to turkey this morning. human rights groups are strongly criticizing this move. investigators are looking for these thieves. take a look caught on surveillance cameras. they said they stole gifts meant for sick children. san francisco burglars broke into a make a wish office and snagged tons of donations. tens of thousands of dollars of sports memorabilia was taken. make a wish officials think the thieves used a crowbar to break in. right now people are rolling up their sleeves to help local heroes. prince william county police are holding a blood drive today
when they responded to a domestic incident in february. officers david mcclain and jessie hampton were hurt. officer ashley guindon was killed. the blood drive is happening on freedom center boulevard. this is in manassas. it started early this morning and it will run until 6:00 tonight. you shouldn't have to deal with any computer problems at any medstar health clinics today. officials say they restored the computers that physicians use to access medical records. last week hackers shut down the entire system. staff had to go back to using paper records. the hackers demanded money in exchange for keys to regain access to the encrypted data. well, the time right now is 11:19. after the break, an idea that's getting a whole lot of attention. a ride-sharing service that's appealing to women and safety. >> sou
look at that. terrifying moments in canada as a car plunges down a cliff above the atlantic ocean. police say the driver either jumped or was thrown from the car just before it went over the side, nosedived over the edge. this happened in newfoundland. the 25-year-old driver was rescued from the face of the cliff. she is expected to be okay. crews rapelled down and were able to lift the car 2500 feet back on the cliff. chariot for women, it's called, was started by a former uber driver. the massachusetts-based company only hires women drivers. the goal is to give female passengers peace of mind by ensuring another woman is always behind the wheel. the
only pick up female passengers or boys under the age of 13. chariot for women is set to launch around the country on april 19th. well, today some dogs, cats and a guinea pig are enjoying a brand new place to run around. the washington humane society moved the animals from its adoption center on jordan avenue to oak street northwest. that happened this morning. the humane society and the washington animal rescue league merged and the move was part of the deal. the group says the new facility gifrz the animals more room to exercise and play. they're so cute. >> absolutely. >> i want to see the guinea pig. tom has warned us we are in for a major drop in temperatures tonight. >> after the break, more on that temperature drop and the wild weather we dealt with over the weekend. it was cold. >> i know.
big changes on the way. right now we're in the 60s throughout the region. it's near 60 farther north and west, low to mid-60s around washington and around the chesapeake bay. later today climbing to around 70 degrees 1:00 to 2:00 p.m., then likely rain showers coming in around 3:00 p.m. all the way until about 9:00 tonight. temperatures will drop down to the 50s during the rain and then hit the 40s later tonig and plummet all the way down to 30 degrees tomorrow morning. so a 40-degree drop between this afternoon and tomorrow morning. freeze likely. lots of sunshine and a chill in the air tomorrow. highs near 50. near freezing again on wednesday morning. rain showers likely on thursday. likely going to rain out the home opener for the nationals. chance of some showers friday, and maybe on saturday some rain maybe mixed with some snow. stay tuned. >> we convinced ourselves that spring was here. we had s
area over the weekend. houses and cars really took a beating. one woman in bethesda spent most of the day trapped in her house after a tree fell onto a utility pole right in front of her door. another man was actually knocked out of his bed by falling debris after a huge tree came crashing through his roof. >> i was asleep on the far side of the bed, and we were both awakened when stuff started falling. and i'm, you know, bumped up. i've got bumps on my head and stuff, but he was actually unconscious and stuck under stuff. >> lucky to have survived. at one point on sunday, the winds were up to 60 miles an hour. service from d.c.'s 911 center was also affected by those strong winds. the center lost the lights and air-conditioning after a power outage around 11:00 saturday night. the director for the city's unified communications office moved operations to the backup location in northwest during the outages. now, those outages did not impact 911 calls or un
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court in loudoun county. darrick lewis is accused of violating a protective order and murder. she shot and killed the mother of their kids wednesday night. she was the mother of three. several of lewis' family members were in court just this morning and broke down in tears. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for may the 18th. barbara? a russian spokesperson says russian president vladimir putin is part of a named account, but putin is not actually named in any of the documents. they published what's being called the panama papers. it includes 11.5 million leaked documents from a panama-based law firm known for hepgs tlping rich and famous evade
a putin spokesperson says the russian president has not committed any crimes. now to decision 2016 where voters in wisconsin weigh in on the race for the white house tomorrow. nbc's peter alexander shares what you should expect. 24 hours out and the candidates are on a collision course in wisconsin. >> nominating donald trump would be a train wreck. and that's not fair to train wrecks. >> the stop trump movement zeroing in on its first victory. donald trump calling on john kasich to get out of the race because mathematically he can't get enough delegates before the nomination. >> you shouldn't be littering up the process, because that's what he's doing. it's really a disgrace. >> kasich asking for trump to back out. trump tried to turn the page after an awful last
addressing criticism he hasn't beefed up on policy. >> even if you've been doing it all your life, there is a learning curve. >> reporter: the billionaire following his instincts, telling the "washington post," i'm the lone ranger, warning the country is headinged for a very big recession. saying the country will have a $19 trillion debt over the next eight years. with melania joining him on the trail tonight, admitting to the "new york times" his retweet of this unflattering picture of heidi cruz was a mistake. melania a la his ex advises him a warning. meanwhile, hillary clinton is trailing bernie sanders ahead of tomorrow's primary. >> i know i still have work to do to win the nomination, and i'm going to keep reaching out to every voter everywhere in these remaining contests. >> reporter: sanders arguing he's more likely to beat
getting very nervous. poll after poll shows us doing much better against trump than she is. >> reporter: chelsea clinton weighing in on trump's abortion comments, calling them wrong and offensive. >> i think condemnation is a really important message candidly. >> reporter: all of it fodder for snl. >> how can you keep defending mr. trump. he retweeted an unflattering, offensive photo of ted cruz's wife. >> so actually, that -- that was an accident. >> and that was peter alexander reporting. an update on decision 2016 here in washington. they could vote to allow bernie sanders onto the democratic primary ballot. you might recall they broke news on twitter last week that bernie sanders' name isn't on the
paperwork filing deadline. oh, say can you see it. oh, opening day for the orioles at camden yards today. they take on the twins. first pitch will be at 3:05. temperatures will be in the 60s. then it's going to be dropping back into the 60s. unfortunately there is a chance for a rain delay with occasional showers coming through. they'll probably get the game in but it will probably be delayed one or two times. after that cold air moves in. all these counties in purple including the district and arlington. montgomery counties and fairfax under a freeze warning. freeze watch for southern maryland as well, maybe freezing temperatures. bring the plants inside you might have put back out as it got mild here this morning. temperatures in much of the upper region, upper 20s to just near 32 tomorrow morning. sentencing hearings start today for a man accused of killing his
husband. he broke into their home and shot cory last january. nguyen was jealous of the time cory madison was spend ingwiing his children. in a few hours people will begin to say goodbye to a fallen state trooper, chad dermyer. he approached a man during a training exercise at a bus stop in richmond and the man shot him. there will be a visitation service in hampton, virginia. trooper durmyer's funeral is set for tomorrow. we're going to get an idea of what rfk stadium could look like. they're unveiling several plans for the stadium which fits into south central d.c. so far offials have only sute
facilities and anchor facilities. >> our responsibility will be that we don't just have a vacant stadium at rfk. so i expect that we will have concepts that would include an nfl stadium and not include an nfl stadium. regardless, it will be many uses. >> some community members are not happy with the possibility of a new stadium for the redskins, saying they want more green space, not another place to play football. and after the break, how a former u.s. soccer star is dealing with dui charges. and belly weight. skinny jeans are not the only reas
she failed sobriety tests and a breath test. wombach posted on facebook that she had a responsibility and she let herself and others down. will it be villanova or north carolina? as we reported earlier in the newscast, we will find out which will walk away with the men's ncaa championship. villanova beat out syracuse in the final four this weekend. head to our facebook page right now. let us know if you want the tarheels or the wildcats to win tonight. wild card is making unc the favorite in night'sto
coming into western maryland, west virginia. they're on the track for the shenandoah valley another couple hours, maybe 1:00 to 3:00. then around 4:00 p.m. it comes into the metro area and moves east by this evening. for the afternoon, it will be around 70 degrees before those showers arrive between 3:00 and 9:00 p.m. then tomorrow morning a morning freeze, sunshine in the afternoon. it will be chilly. temperatures only reaching near 50 degrees. another freeze likely wednesday morning. a cool and breezy day on wednesday. afternoon highs should make it into the upper 50s. in news for your health, doctors are now saying where you carry those few extra pounds really does matter. a recent study says excess belly fat significantly increases the risk of heart disease in patients with diabetes. in fact, the search has found diabetic obesity is a
men and women than total body weight. should heroin use be used to help them quit? it's already being used in canada and leaders here in the u.s. are now considering a similar approach. >> reporter: jodi iverson was once a figure skater who dreamed of competing. now she searches for heroin every day. and when she scores, she comes through these doors as she's done over 8,000 times. inside she shoots up under medical supervision, given clean needles and a spoon. if she overdoses, a medical professional will step in. >> you lose yourself. the drugs isolate you from your family, they isolate you from your friends. >> this is insight, north america's only legal injection center in canada. it's a treatment now bei
united states. >> it's an entirely new approach to the war on drugs, one that's based on public health instead of criminal justice. >> how are you? >> reporter: in ithaca, new york, they are stirring up controversy in a similar proposal. historians say it sends the wrong message. it's also illegal. >> no one has to tell me what drugs are about. my father was an addict. it ruined his life and nearly broke our family. >> reporter: the mayor pointing to vancouver's radical deaths from overdose. in seattle, the county sheriff is also open to a similar program while seattle talk show host jason rand says it's a form of enabling. >> the problem i am is it might normalize the behavior. it's almost like a coddling behavior where we want to say it's okay, it's okay, it's okay. it's not ok
>> heroin use killed almost 10,000 people in the u.s. in 2014. deaths quadrupling since 1969. >> in our work not having detox is like having a hospital without an e.r. >> reporter: jodi tells us she has been to detox, insight offering a room where she injects. >> do you think people have had their lives saved? >> definitely. i've had any life saved. >> reporter: while relapse is a constant struggle, she hopes to stay alive long enough to someday be clean. >> i still have hope i can get better. >> dottie schwartz, nbc news, vancouver. new at 11:43, a new recall that will have you checking your
wall street. the nra. they're powerful. they usually get their way. but not with democrat donna edwards. she won't take cash from wall street banks. and when washington
insiders wrote a loophole to let the nra spend dark money to kill gun safety laws, donna edwards said 'no' she's fighting to ban assault weapons and putting the safety of our communities first. because to democrat donna edwards, the special interests aren't special. we are. women vote! is responsible for the content of this advertising. time magazine called chris van hollen "a hero to environmentalists, education groups, and gun control advocates" for his accomplishments as a young legislator. now a respected leader in congress and key ally of president obama, protecting planned parenthood and social security... chris van hollen is the only candidate who fought the wall street banks
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to senator mikulski who will "deliver results." i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. i'm kristin wright at the live desk with a broccoli recall. check your fridge. some packages of wildwood frozen broccoli cuts would be contaminated with lislisteria. they were sold in virginia and west virginia. we will have more on the broccoli recall shortly. back to you. right now the storm team is tracking rain and warning us ou
temperatures. tom, what is the latest? >> the clouds on the increase. there's a live view from storm team city camera. we're looking at the tidal basin where just last week we had the cherry blossoms at peak. that wind we had over the weekend knocked a lot of the blossoms down so we're not seeing a lot of them left. live camera looking to the west. we can see the clouds thickening up, and that's in advance of some rain coming in. if you're planning a run or maybe a bike ride for the afternoon, now is the time to get out. we'll be in the mid-60s to 70 degrees. hovering between 70 at 1:00 and 2:00, then the sun comes in into the evening hours. temperatures drop back down into the 50s and the wind back up. a freeze for tomorrow. two amtrak workers were killed when the train slammed into a
now officials want to know why that backhoe was there to begin with. it's the second derailment in philadelphia in less than a year. >> reporter: overnight wreckage cleared after yet another tragedy on the tracks. >> we now have our second doa located at the impact site of the backhoe. >> reporter: two amtrak construction workers dead after a southbound amtrak passenger train slammed into their backhoe sitting on the tracks. of the 330 passengers and seven crew members on the train, 30 were taken to area hospitals. none of the injuries life threatening. passengers described a harrowing crash and explosion. >> there were some people that were pretty bloody because it was an explosion. we got off track and then it was like a big explosion. then it was a fire. >> reporter: it happened just before 8:00 a.m. sunday. palmetto train 89 from new york to savannah, georgia had just passed philly. as it approached chester,
the amtrak backhoe was sitting right in its path. the impact was sudden and violent, throwing some passengers from their seats. >> it was such a harsh thud, you know, just boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: now ntsb rail investigators are on the scene looking for clues. >> we will be looking at mechanical, operations, signal, track, human performance and survival factors. >> reporter: it was just last may that eight passengers were killed, 200 injured when a speeding amtrak train derailed north of philly. that investigation is still under way. now south of philly on the busiest commuter train tracks in the u.s., another deadly accident. >> there is no excuse for a backhoe being on a track that a train -- that a live train was running on. >> that was tom costello reporting. today the medical examiner is going to conduct autopsies on those two people that were on the backhoe and died in the crash. sources say both people were long-time amtrak employees. we are getting
neighborhood. the associated press says a committee is considering recommendations to allow some drones to fly over populated areas. right now that is against the rules. under the new recommendations, drones that weigh half a pound or less could fly unrestricted over crowds. heavier drones could also fly over crowds as well. california will soon have the highest minimum wage in the nation. california governor jerry brown will sign a bill today to gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022. the current minimum is at $10 an hour. many business groups say that that change could cost thousands of jobs. today a new honor for a hollywood actor best known for his portrayal
in "to kill a mockingbird." the gallery tweeted out this picture of his portrait earlier today. the display marks the 100th anniversary of peck's birth. his portrait is part of a new birth of vintage portraits of hollywood stars. coming up, she's a little bit country and she's a little bit rock a roll.nd
i'm euan yang. another look at what is trending this morning. first the powerpuff girls are back -- aren't they cute -- and they're coming to a tv station near you. blossom, bubbles and buttercup. aren't they just the cutest names? they're returning to the car toot ncartoon network today. the animated trio will be
network anything app. ♪ >> oh, yeah. this is for real here. that is country legend dolly parton and pop star katey perry. they teamed up for the american country music awards. you recognize that song. here's some other pics we want to share with you. there's katy perry. look at that get-up. you see koutouvides bthe cowboy? that's pretty wild with all the bling. we'll see if she crosses over into country. speaking of awards shows, taylor swift picked up a few. she won four prizes including best tour, female artist of the year, album of the year, and of course the most
that was for "crazy girl" with running mascara. more taylor swift domination. back to you. >> i like taylor swift's new haircut. >> she's starting to bring back her sideswipe. she went to the bangs and now she's bringing back her little wave. first time she gave a shoutout to her boyfriend in that show. >> i missed that part. movie theeters arateeaters up their game.
♪ ♪ maxx life in store and online. find brands you love at prices that work as hard as you do. movie theaters are struggling and people just aren't going out to the movies as much anymore. that's not a shocker. some theaters are using technology to try to get more customers to come through that door. >> reporter: this is the cutting edge of movie theaters.
theater with surround sound called the barco escape is launching in downtown los angeles. there are new laser projectors, immersive surround sound speakers and the lobby has high-tech displays. >> we need to raise the bar. we need to do something so compelling that people put down the ipad, leave the couch and actually go to the cinema. this is why we created the barco escape. >> there is an explosive to movies. shawn parker is working on a new company called screening room to allow people to watch movies at home the day they debut. people are projected to own their own by 2020. this
joining the 4dx theater with seats that move, wind and smells piped in which they say has been a huge success. >> if we can provide an immersive experience, people want that. there's a new generation of movie goers that want to be brought into the movie more. >> the more your living room feels like a theater, the more high tech movie theaters will become. right now we've got some sunshine with high clouds coming in. temperatures in the 60s. we'll briefly touch near 70 degrees. mild afternoon showers after that. cold night ahead becoming windy late tonight and a freeze tomorrow morning. after we reach near 70 today, it will be down near 30 tomorrow morning. after those showers we'll dry out tomorrow, and more showers moving in on thursday. >> tom used to always say spring is a fight between summer and winter, and we're really feeling it right now. that will do it for
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narrator: all that political mail mlet's simplify.lming. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington
post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader at marriott, she has a broad and deep facility with policy. emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.