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impact the election. palfrey ran a high-priced escort service in the district for years. she died in 2008. a new procedure to trick your appetite and it doesn't require any surgery. the procedure is called bariatric embowlization. the doctor puts the catheter at the top of your stomach to control your appetite. for now this is experimental. >> i do believe this is a great new tool that is hoping to have long-term effect. >> people lost 17% of weight after the procedure. doctors say they're going to keep testing. >> announcer: "news4 today" begins with breaking news. that breaking news, a triple shooting overnight in the district. and this morning, we know all of the victims are women. good morning, everyone. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm chris
>> the latest on that in just a moment but first, let's get a check of weather and traffic on the 1s. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell, spring is not coming back anytime soon? >> new york the spring flowers are being frozen. low to mid-30s in the nearby suburbs look at manassas, 21 degrees this morning. the one upside is, compared to yesterday morning, there's nowhere near a windchill to contend with. it's just flat out cold. 28 at 7:00 a.m. this morning. 55 at 5:00 this afternoon. plenty of sunshine today. a little breezy this afternoon but by tomorrow morning, rain back in on it. and rainfall amounts tomorrow likely to add up between a half and three quarters inch of rain across the area, most of that coming before lunch. i'll let you know whether or not it's going to impact the nationals home opener later on in the show.
melissa mollet. >> have this problem still hacking around in gainesville, not seeing any slow downyet but not sure if the map hasn't caught up because it should be slow. in braddock, all lanes, innerloop, construction is out of the way. 66 near the beltway, work zone is now cleared out of the way. taking a look at 270 to frederick under the spur under ten minutes. we have breaking news this morning. d.c. police are investigating a shooting in southeast. >> several people were shot on green street. let's get right no news4's molette green with more. mollett. >> reporter: good morning, you can see still actively working the scene, take a look behind me, you can see the car in the distance here on green street in the 2300 block and there are evidence markers surrounding it. that car has its doors open and that's where the focus of
investigation has been. we know and we can tell you that three women suffered gun shat wounds around 11:00 p.m. investigators have been using their flashlights to walk around the scene here to look for clues in this case. this entire block is taped off. we're working to get more details on a motive and suspect information. for now we're live here on green street in southeast d.c. we're not too far from good hope road where d.c. police are investigating. three women shot last night in this neighborhood. that is the latest, live now, back to you. new information just into the live deck, i'm of the vehicle 50 -- those injuries again, a fatal accident in northeast, along 56 street.
♪ i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. >> today, we will win a majority of the delegates and together, we will beat hillary clinton in november. >> wins in wisconsin giving new energy to two underdog campaigns. ted cruz won big beating donald trump by just shy of 20 points. and picking up dozens of delegates. on the democratic side, it's tighter but still a double digit victory for bernie sanders. 55% over hillary clinton before their big showdown. clinton is focusing in that big primary in new york in a tweet she congranted sanders and said, quote, to all the voters and involved tears who poured your hearts into this
campaign:forward! donald trump said cruz is in part, a trojan horse used by the party bosses to steal the nomination. later on, tracie potts will share why the front-runners aren't fazed and the wins ahead they're already banking on. well today, the man accused of throwing things over the white house fence will appear in d.c. superior court. kyle oden was arrested last month outside of the executive mansion. police say he came to d.c. after shooting an idaho pastor six times. that shooting happened one day after the pastor spoke at a ted cruz campaign rally. the pastor survived the shooting. the police has issued an arrest warrant for attempted murder. we're just getting word into the newsroom of a person of interest in a d.c. assault investigation. police want to speak to the man in the green hat in this video. the sexual assault happened mar 1
king, police say the person was assaulted by one person while another held the victim at gunpoint. they took items from the victim and ran off. d.c. council members say new homeless shelters will blend in with the neighborhood, but the neighbors aren't convinced. protesters headed out to push back against the $60 million plan to move homeless families to shelters around the district. they want to close d.c. general and open new sites in each of the wards. neighbors in ward 3 are not happy. d.c. councilmember mary chase said there have been promises made that the shelters will look good and safe. >> the shelters will be aesthetically pleasing and secure. it went be like you're walking by and say there's the homeless shelter. it will fit in with the neighborhood. >> opponents argue some of the sites violate zoning
we'll have a list on the nbc washington app. use the search term "homeless." the national championship goes to connecticut for the fourth year in a row! >> you heard it, four in a row. the uconn's women's basketball team won its fourth straight ncaa championship last night. was a perfect season as the team won every game they played this year. last year, they only lost a single game. the uconn coach now has 11 championship wins, the most by any coach all-time. well, if you're just getting ready to head out the door this morning, layer up, it is going to be another cold walk to metro. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is back with a closer look at your commuter forecast. suicide takes center stage in our area today for several reasons. a look at how virginia students and the district hope to prevent another tragic loss. and a first for people traveling to d.c. from d.c., rather, to
welcome back, 5:11, time for weather and traffic on the 1s. i'm hoping for a change here, chris. >> i'm hoping for a little bit of sun because it's cold but that helps. chuck. >> you're both in luck. we have sunshine and a change both coming our way. sunshine first, change tomorrow. right now, storm team 4 shows rain drops are way back to st. louis, missouri. they'll be here by this time tomorrow morning. today, though, your commute freezing cold this morning. most of the suburbs mid to upper 20s. plenty of sunshine today for chris, a little on the breezy side as well. temperatures today mid-50s. we'll be talking about the weekend. it's a tough day, already thinking about the weekend. here's melissa with an update on the traffic. >> update on the traffic, southbound lehigh way at 5,
thing get big that accident here this morning. taking a look elsewhere, 66 at lee highway, looking slow. we have an officer there, i wouldn't be surprised if we see something here in the next couple minutes. 270, southbound, no problems looking at the beltway. eun. another step for the brussels airport, three flights are scheduled to depart for dulles airport. the first one should arrive just before 1:00 p.m. our time then those flights will return to brussels later today. this is the first time planes are flying to our area from brussels since last month's terror attack. the airport only has limited operations up and running right now. the federal government has has been 20 days to answer a virginia man's efforts to get off the no-fly
gulet mohamed is a u.s. citizen from somalia. yesterday, he joined a class action lawsuit involving thousands of muslim-americans. the lawsuit insists that the no-fly list is motivated by ethnic profiling. we first told you about mohamed in 2011. that's when he first challenged the report. his brother is on the fbi's most wanted terrorist list. weeks after the terror in brussels, safety at our airports is on the agenda today in a senate committee. peter neviner, the top administrator plans to testify on the tsa's efforts to prevent attacks on targets that could lead to mass casualties. an alarming situation for people living in oklahoma where wildfires are getting close to one town. the town of
oklahoma has been totally evacuated. in another part of the state, fires destroyed a house. firefighters say high winds are making the situation worse. president obama is expected to announce a plan today to fund the zika epidemic by moving money rip neal set out to fight the ebola virus. roughly $600 million will go to the centers for disease control. that is according to the associated press. the money will go to people infected with zika, fund vaccine research and combat mosquitos that spread the virus. dr. anthony fauci spoke to news4 about the funding. he said transferring funding is not enough. >> do not travel to areas with an outbreak. the other thing is we know it's sexually transmitted. that's a fact, not a theory. >> the virus can cause serious birth defects if it ints
the irs headquarters in downtown d.c. will now remain closed for the rest of the week. a fire in the building's basement on monday affected the air handling system, the irs says, telework ready employees are expected to work remotely. no other offices are affected by the closure. and tax processing, it's still under way. 5:15, the d.c. council just passed a law to help identify kids as lgbt from taking their lives. the council pass the youth intervention and school survey act the first law of its kind requiring a state education office to develop a policy on students that specifically addresses the needs. theay
bowser for her action. and the entire student body in loudoun will participate in the walk. the walk comes after a senior at the school took his own life last october. david culver will be at the walk speaking to students about the change they hope to change with the walk. his report will be on news4 later today. and for concerned parents national suicide prevention lifeline lists a number of warning signs. they include talking hopeless, having no reason to live. feeling trapped or unbearable pain. increased use of alcohol or drugs, showing range or seeking revenge. police in prince william county are trying to figure out who is shooting into homes in woodridge, so far, police say no one was hurt. the most recent shooting happened sunday
near cardinal drive. a man was home during the shooting and later discovered three shell casings inside his house. since january, officers say there have been seven similar incidents. there is a strip club ban taking place in prince george's county. nice 4 tracee wilkins explains. >> reporter: all eyes are on prince george's county after a judge ordered 12 of these businesses to cease and desist. this club is one of them. they're saying the clubs are located in the wrong area. they're not zoned for where they're located. some are in actual neighborhoods. this one is not too far from a neighborhood or even a church. they need to be located in warehouse districts. some have already stopped operating as strip clubs. they have to appeal by friday or the county is going to force them to close their do
search strip clubs. we have a complete list of where all of these clubs are located. in fairmont heights, i'm tracee wilkins, news4. today, security officials in boston will outline their ramped up security plans for the 120th marathon. security has been stepped up significantly since two bombs exploded near the finish line of the 2013 marathon killing three people and injuring more than 260. the race is scheduled for april 18th. new jersey governor chris christie isn't ready to support mandatory water testing in schools. elevated lead levels were recently found in the water at 38 schools in newark public school area. christie says that the bigger problem is outdated lead-based payment in its old houses. lead has been a national topic of discussion since water in flint, michigan, tested higher than the threshold that the er
dangerous. 5:18 now. now to a story you'll see only on news4. d.c. firefighters are rallying around one of their own after she lost everything in a fire on easter sunday. tonnisha morris woke up easter morning to the smell of spoke. she grabbed her nephew and ran out of her house. the home was engulfed in flames. her fellow firefighters arrived quickly and tried to extinguish the flame but it was too late. >> a lost everything. basically pictures everything was gone. >> morris says she's even more motivated to help others because now she know what is a total loss feels like. you'd like to help more rick, you can take donations to engine 28 on connecticut avenue. that's near the cleveland park metro station. it's great to see people rallying around her. it's a sisterhood and brotherhood over there. and news4 for heal
spring is here which means spring allergies. doctors say as the weather changes kids can start to develop spring allergies. if your kids are suffering with them, it can affect your sleep and cause them to lose concentration at school. here's some of the symptoms to watch out for. >> congestion, postnasal drip, itching of the eyes, redness of the eyes, sneefzing. >> allergies experts a if you see these symptoms in your child, take note of the time and day and where they were. feels like winter, chuck bell, what is going on? >> and in spite of the freezing temperatures the tree pollen remains high. so we not only have to sneeze, but we have to be cold and sneeze at the same time so no good news from the weather department except for the fact that things will
better. we can't stay this cold too much longer in the month of april. temperatures today will stay cooler than average. on the whole, at least today will be a low impact weather day. you'll still need that coat as most temperatures in the suburbs down in the mid-20s. there will be a nicer recovery this afternoon. we only made 46 for a high yesterday. we should be about 10 degrees warmer without that strong of a wind. 25 at dulles. 22 in warrington. and as you plan out your day, sun's up at 6:44 this morning. temperatures are going to hover in the 20s at 7:00 or 8:00, courtesy a south wind and plenty of sunshine, we'll be up near 50 degrees. sunny breezy, on the cool side. but clouds increase after the sun goes down that will hold temperatures up. south winds increasing clouds and eventually increasing rain
especially tomorrow morning's commute. temperatures a little better for tomorrow, but that comes at the price of rain drops. another blast of very cold, potentially record cold weather coming our way for sunday morning. temperatures are closer to average as we get to the early parts of next week. here's the rain well back to the west. here's the way future weather times out your rain chances for tomorrow, 3:00 a.m., cloudy, 7:00 a.m., moderate rain pushing through here. the moderate community will take it on the chin because of rain showers moving through. unfortunately there's a chance for rain at the nationals game tomorrow afternoon as well. friday remains a little on the cool side. as far as the weekend is concerned, well, saturday, cold and maybe a passing shower, saturday and sunday as well. this sunday may be like last sunday, a whole lot of wind to go along with the cold. melissa mollet is here with
>> metro troubles. green line delays popping up this morning. these are delays to green belt because of a switch problem outside of branch avenue here this morning. association i took a drink of tea and tried to talk. lee highway, left lane get big the crash here this morning. as we take a look at 66 and 95. nice and green. don't have any issues along 66 and 95. beltway at st. barn fa baabas i rolling along fine. and don't have any problems right now, even slow quite yet coming southbound out of frederick. weather and traffic always on the 1s. you heard of bandit, but a bandage bandit? the bizarre getup that one crook is using to disguise himself. it's something we do. but how young
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>> announcer: you're watching "news4 today." take a look now. this is the man the fbi has nicknamed the bandage. the agency is offing up to a $5,000 reward if you can help agents catch him. the fbi says he's robbed at least nine banks across maryland in the last six months. always wearing glasses, neck brace and a bandage covering part of his face. we're going to bet you haven't met a 9-year-old quite like this before, hilda runs the orange street news a website that focuses on pennsylvania. over the weekend, she broke the story of a murder in her neighborhood hours before more established journalism outlets arrived on the scene. >> reporting from the orange street news. a man murdered his wife with a
handgun. >> her parents say she's been getting criticism as she turned her focus away from cute stories and covers real news. the 9-year-old said if you want me to stop covering news then you get off your computer and do something about the news. wow, a journalist in the making right there. well, we have new details on a scathing article that was later rescinded. what we're learning will happen next to a student who said she was gang raped at the university of virginia. looking live outside this morning, it is cold, but dry right now. that is about to change, though. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is back with 4 things to know, including whether or not the nationals opening day will get rained out. let's hope that's not going to happen. and we're working for your wallet. the sale that helps you save money and famili es
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good morning, i'm eun yang. >> and i'm chris gordon in heed for aaron gilchrist. let's go to meteorologist chuck bell. chuck, today is like yesterday -- it's not too bad, until the sun goes down, and then the cold sets in? >> absolutely right. here in the predawn hours, most everyone is well below freezing early this morning. plan on needing that winter coat. number one in the 4 thinks you need to know, baby, it's cold outside this morning. south wind come back. that will make today 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. plenty of sunshine. chances for rain coming back for opening day of the nationals tomorrow. and a shot at potentially record cold weather sunday morning. on the way out the door, temperatures are in the 20s. it will be near 50 near lunchtime. mid-50s, south breezes, gradually increasing clouds. most of the clouds move in here about the time the sun is coming down. rainps
this time tomorrow. >> i'm just waiting for the 80s. is it going to be a while? >> in may. green line delays because of a switch on grant avenue. that's hanging around. southbound lee highway, the left lane get big. as we look at the beltway, innerloop and outerloop rolling along find. and 270 at clarksburg road, southbound. and a fire investigation in montgomery county has turned into a suspicious death suspicion. 63-year-old steven skalabryan was found in the home. atm and police searched the home for evidence. he worked as a jeweler friends told news4 he had problems with drug abusebu
>> i hero, that is now denise madison said she will always remember her husband corey. >> he knew he was taking the danger and luring it away from us. there's no question in my mind. from the moment he came into my life, he was continuously trying to do everything he could to protect me and to protect our children. >> yesterday, a judge sentenced denise's ex-husband to life in prison for the murder of corey madison last year in ashburn. denise says it doesn't bring any peace but does make her feel safer. she gave birth to the couple's first child eight months after his death. d.c. judges, both women, getting into a fist fight and now one faces charges. "the washington post" reports one of the women went into the other's office without permission. that's some police say the incident started. one wo
the defendant is expected in court on assault charges in may. today, judge merrick garland is back on capitol hill meeting with senators as he tries to move his nomination to the supreme court forward. he will meet with three democratic senators including dick durbin and california senator dianne feinstein. republican leadership continues to vow it will not consider a nominee until after the election. so far three have broken with leadership and met with garland. >> the controversy continues over george mason's university's plan to rename the school after justice apartmentenen scalia. according to "the washington post" ten democrats from north virginia said the name change is mysterious. the name change still needs strait approval. new developments about the retracted ale
rape at uva. the university is suing the magazine for defamation. a student who said she is a rape survivor is about to testify. she will testify in a deposition hearing tomorrow. the hearing will be confidential. and it's happening at an undisclosed location. you can use and possess marijuana in the district but you cannot smoke it in public. the d.c. council voted to permanently ban marijuana outside of homes even though it's legal for adults to use. marijuana advocates are not happy with the decision they say it hurts people living in public housing and apartments and those who don't want to consume pot in front of their children. saving money as a parent is key, especially if you have a growing family. once again, major sales about to get under way to help save some penneys, the resell in prince george's county will have thousands of ims
>> and think of it as one of the largest children's garage sales anywhere. our kristin wright is live. we know every dollar counts when it comes to saving money for your family. >> reporter: oh, it so does, right? every penny counts. and right now, i'm at a mom's dream come true. really a kid's dream come true because there is some of everything at the spring resale. we're at the prince george's complex this morning. take a look, 75,000 square feet of stuff. and 75,000 items, too. so there's children's clothing here. there's high-end children's clothing. there's stuff for babies. there are games. there are toys. really, just the endless list of items and things that you need for your family. so, with us this morning, we have mia shea, she's founder of the wee-sale, thank you for being up early with us.
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good morning, everybody. 5:41 now on your wednesday morning. and it is cold outside. 27 degrees in rockville now. 25 in sterling, virginia, 27 for bell. kiddos will need the hat and scarf and warm coat for the next hours. we should make it to upper 50s with plenty of sunshine. courtesy of a southerly breeze. that brings moisture and rain chances back within 24 hours. here's melissa. >> still have the delays on metro, green line to green belt because of a switch problem outside of branch avenue. and southbound lee highway at 15, left lane getting by the crash. we're starting to see back ups in that area as well. taking a look at travel times, 270 southbound to germantown to the spur. top of the beltway, 270 rolling along fine. 66 inbound and north
remember to listen to our friends at wtop 105 in your car. and what will happen next to a student who says she was gang raped at the university of virginia. well, neither of them took home a win in last night's wisconsin primaries
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tyson's corner. we'll talk about another one. we're just getting video in the newsroom of a person of interest in a d.c. sexual assault investigation. police want to speak to the man in the green hat in the video. the sexual assault happened march 18 on martin luther king. police say the victim was sexually assaulted by one person while another held the victim at gunpoint. after the assault, the suspects took personal items from the victim and ran off. eye apush to move homeless families from d.c. to shelters around the district. muriel bowser wants to close that shelter and move to each of the d.c. wards. they spoke about the childrens la concerns last night. >> the plan is
closed doors is outrageous expensive. >> opponents argue some of the sites violate zoning laws and are in unsafe areas. tonight's meeting takes place in ward 6 at the metro police headquarters at 6:30. mississippi's governor has signed a new law allowing employers to refuse service to same-sex couples. the announcement came out son twitter and facebook and so did the backlash. despite calls for a veto on the state's religious controversial bill businesses and churches will not be able to refuse same-sex service based on religious beliefs. some say that mississippi should take a look at other states to see how discrimination can affect it. >> mississippi needs only to look as far as north carolina to see how damaging discrimination can be a state's reputation and to a state's economy. paypal cancelled plans
400 expansion limiting law for transgender people. atlanta has now joined a growing list of cities and states banning publicly funded travel there. in georgia a religious liberty bill was thrown out after big companies threatened to go elsewhere. mississippi's new law takes effect in july. a car crash and life saving rescue caught on camera. a man trying to get away from police lost control of his speeding suv. the vehicle flipped and the driver was tossed out. police started cpr on the man who said he couldn't breathe. he's expected to be okay. and now to a story on politics. to the momentum shift in the national race, senators ted cruz and bernie sanders wake up with wins in wisconsin but the front-runners do not seem all that shaken. nbc's tracie potts has a look at the bigger picture, live from
and on both sides of the race on "news4 today." and a quick recap of the delegate count starting with trump, in the lead, 753, followed by cruz 514, and john kasich 123. and for the democrats, hillary clinton far ahead of bernie sanders. she has 1,728 delegates to his 1,058. democrats need 4400 delegates to win the party's nomination. >> a lot of people have tickets, plans, are they going to have any luck? >> no pressure, chuck. >> just opening day and world series on the line. unfortunately, rain chances are near 100% for tomorrow. at least it will be milder than the last couple of days. today will be 1
tomorrow, we should get up into the 60s but with rain drops around. that's another of another shot of cold another in the weekend. highs likely to be in the 40s. and could be down near record lows. the record lows for sunday morning. at one at reagan national may be in jeopardy, the record 28 in 1997. dulles considerably lower than that is correct the record for dulles is 19 degrees. i don't think it's that cold but it's going to be a cold weekend no matter what. what to expect, freezing cold start this morning. wents and low 30s. sunshine this afternoon. 23 that charlestown, west virginia. 34 in arlington, 32 in annapolis. planning out your day, the upside is plenty of sunshine. the return of the south wind will allow a pretty rapid warmup. 20s on your way out the door this morning. low 40s by 9:00 a.m. near 50 by noon time.
clouds increasing really about the time the sun goes down tonight. dry through the course of the entire day. 56 your high in frederick, maryland. 59 in fredericksburg. but rain chances back early tomorrow. 7:30 on future weather. those areas of yellow and orange, those are pockets of moderate rain. by opening daytime tomorrow at 4:00, not a guaranteed rainout but a postponement or delay certainly a possibility. here's your seven-day forecast. 57 today. 60s tomorrow with the rain mainly in the morning. cloudy and cool on friday. downright cold as we get into the weekend. finally closer to average early next week. back into the news. thank you, chuck. back to decision 2016, senators ted cruz and senators bernie sanders wake up with big wins in wisconsin. what are the front-runners thinking about the change. n
capitol hill with the bigger picture. good morning to you. >> hey, good morning. first of all, hillary clinton has got to be thinking she's got to win her home state of new york. she was in brooklyn talking about that. talking more about donald trump than bernie sanders. but bernie sanders is coming after hillary clinton on her home turf. he won wisconsin by double digits. 14 points. he's already focused on wyoming which is where he held his victory celebration for wisconsin but he's focused on that new york primary two weeks away. >> ted cruz won big making it harder for donald trump to win that nomination before the summer's convention? >> not only did ted cruz win big but also the anti-trump movement. that anti-trump pac saying ted cruz is trying to steal this nomination. trump saying he's not too worried downplayed
still several hundred delegates ahead. but ted cruz is coming after him. it's not clear yet if he's got the whole support of the anti-trump movement that does not want to see trump with the nomination. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill. tracie, thank you. relates go to melissa mollet and see how things are moving throughout the area. >> right now, we have a new area in the tyson's area. it's causing significant delays through that area right now, instead of the traffic signal being green for 30 second, say, it's only lasting about 10 seconds. so it is causing backups, 95 north, a brand-new report of an accident. green line delays because of green belt and branch avenue. southbound lee highway at 15 this is clear. don't have to worry about that. i'll see you at 6:01. a new domestic violence program in alexandria is
new start for children. community lodgings is marking 30 years of helping families. it says there has been an increase in domestic violence cases. in addition to providing a place to call home, the program offers after school classes. >> we try to give them a safe environment to come to after school. and we've really built relationships. >> children are offered several workshops where the instructors lead an academic curriculum. it is a structured program for every child in alexandria. the u.s. supreme court will not allow records from the woman known as the d.c. madam to become public. they just rejected a request from deborah jeane palfrey's former attorney to release those records. the records include names, social security numbers and addresses. the lawyer says the list could impact the 2016 presidential election. palfrey ran a
service in the d.c. area for years. she died in 2008. we're looking at this governor who has essentially betrayed the trust of the people of alabama. >> the governor of alabama is defending against his impeachment this morning. governor robert bentley is accused of misusing state resources in connection with an affair with a senior aide. it is the further an alabama governor faced impeachment. leaked audiotapes may be used against him in weeks to come. >> let me kiss you, okay? >> governor bentley denies having a physical affair but apologized for making inappropriate comments. the. >> the senior aide resigned late last week. good morning, i'm susan li at cnbc headquarters. starbucks is planning to open its largest store in the d
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how long will the cold stay around, forecast just ahead. we're watching a developing situation right now in southeast. police have a city street blocked off right now. what we're learning about the shooting that sends three people to the hospital. also ahead, another potential name change in the day ahead for a prince william county school. why the school board is having second thoughts about changing godwin middle school. but first, chuck bell, any relief in sight? >> not in the near term. 24 tice the record at dulles airport. 24, that new report in baltimore that it broke went back to 1898. so a record cold morning this morning. sunshine today, but rain on the way for tomorrow, particularly tomorrow morning. and another chance at record low temperatures this coming weekend. but right now, out the door you go. 21 manassas, 22, culpepper. 27 in montgomery county. the next 24 hours go