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hear now from the commander. >> we got a call for an animal complaint. when we arrived on the scene, a lady had been bit by one dog and the other dog charged at the officer as he was getting out ever his vehicle and he discharged one round striking the dog. >> reporter: what happened to the lady who was bit? >> she's being treated right now. >> reporter: in the ambulance back there? >> yes. >> reporter: now, one dog was removed from the scene by the humane society. they are treating this as an officer-involved shooting. they are taking measurements. they are taking pictures. they are talking to witnesses. there is going to be a big report. if you come back live now, you can see the fire department's coming in to wash down the scene here. now, a few minutes ago i talked to a witness. he said it didn't have to end this way. you're going to hear from him coming up at 6:00. jim, back to you. >> pat collins. path
a growing problem of large groups of atv and dirt bike riders. now, these riders often harass other drivers in neighborhoods. today police confirmed first responders were the two most recent victims. news4's mark segraves live now outside children's hospital where an ambulance was harassed today. mark? >> reporter: good evening, jim. this is just the spot, we're just off north capitol street on michigan and this is where an ambulance was surrounded by as many as 30 atvs and dirt bikes and that incident came just a few days after a d.c. police officer was hit and dragged down the street by an atv. reports of large groups of atv and dirt bike riders roaming area streets have been increasing over recent weeks. this incident in prince george's county resulted in a police officer being hit. over the weekend a d.c. officer was also hit by a group of atvs. >> they come back every
>> reporter: today d.c. police chief cathy lanier confirmed a regional effort between state, local, and federal law enforcement agencies in our area. >> we're all working together and have been since last year. >> reporter: the d.c. police officer was struck by an atv and dragged down the street in southeast over the weekend. and monday an alert was sent out to fire departments in our region warning of an attack on an ambulance. as many as 30 atvs surrounded and stopped an ambulance that was transporting a child to the children's hospital here in northwest. one of the atv riders opened the door to the ambulance and threatened the driver. >> again, that is troubling, that type of situatio and, aga sharings information is very powerful, and, you know, we partner with law enforcement and others to beto, you know, allow us to do our jobs basically. >> reporter: sunday night this man took this cell phone video just blocks from the u.s. capitol and
>> we have a gang of atv and motorcycle riders boiling through, completely disregarding the safety of anybody walking on the streets. a segway or two was coming through and there was no respect shown to anybody. >> reporter: we can tell you the child in that ambulance did make it to the hospital okay, and the officer who was hit is also doing okay today. now, the laws differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction as far as these atv and dirt bikes but in the district of columbia it is illegal to ride mini bikes, atvs or dirt bikes on city streets or sidewalks. coming up at 6:00, we'll tell you about another incident that involved more than 50 atvs in a place that is very unlikely. wendy, back to you in the studio. >> mark segraves. funeral plans are set for that 15-year-old boy who was going to get an easter haircut when he was shot and killed on a metro platform. another teenager gunned down davonte
apparent reason as he waited with his mother and sisters for a train at the deanwood station last month. this friday he will be laid to rest at the washington national cemetery in suitland and there will be a viewing and services before hand at the first baptist church of glenarden in landover. a big step forward for the purple line. maryland's board of publicworks unanimonaunanimously approved a contribute to build it. the 16-mile light rail system will run from bethesda to new carrollton passing through silver spring and college park. the proved contract is for private companies to design, build, operate, and maintain the purple line for 36 years. and the washington nationals will pay tribute to fallen police officers at tomorrow's home opener. they are planning a moment of silence for five law enforcement and fire officials who have died in the line of duty this past year. then two prince william county
officers will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. the pair were bounded during a shooting that killed a fellow offic officer, ashley guindon, on her first day on the job. it could be a wet start to the day for the nats home opener. >> doug is tracking the rain headed our way. >> it's looking very wet early in the day. i think we're going to see the potential for half an inch to an inch of rain early. right now i think the nats game looking okay. let's show you temperatures. they're well above where they were yesterday but still on the cool side. 56 right now in d.c. 64 in hagerstown, but notice charleston, west virginia, close to 70. that's some of the warmer air that will make its way our way overnight. much warmer across the region. we set record lows across the region. as far as the radar is concerned, you can see the rain with a couple storms moving our way. that is all going tosh in here during the day tomorrow, so your headlines tonight, watching the rain. i will show you when that comes
game? we'll take you hour by hour. and then it gets cold again. we saw some records this morning. i think we could set a few more this weekend. we'll talk about it in just a few minutes. >> all right. we're counting down, doug. thank you. growing complaints about secrecy surrounding a task force designed to protect students from sex abuse. the group was formed after a prince george's county volunteer was charged with child porn and molestation. bureau chief tracee wilkins is live in upper marlboro with new details for us. tracee? >> reporter: well, this was a crime that was done in secrecy, and there are some who feel like finding a solution to this problem should not be done in secrecy. how did school volunteer and teacher's aide deonte carraway have the time and opportunity to allegedly molest dozens of elementary students on video on school grounds? prince george's county school ceo kevin maxwell has created a task force to find
public. >> i think transparency is important. it allows people to be held accountable. >> reporter: university of maryland student and prince george's county native colin bird sent this letter to the maryland attorney general's office arguing that the task force is a public body and closing its meetings is a violation of the maryland open meetings agent. >> this whole thing is because this guy broke the law. we might as well follow the law in our review of this process. >> reporter: the prince george's county school system launched an online survey that will allow the public to take part in the work of the task force but not attend the meetings. school spokesman released a statement saying it is important to note that the task force has a lot of work to glet in a short amount of time. the community's input is critical to the work of the task force, which is why the task force is seeking confidential input via is survey. >> not enough if they're not opening up the meetings because that's where the business is i
the public has a right to see what the business is. >> reporter: the task force is transported to report its findings in may, but we are still not clear on how transparent that report is actually going to be and how much they're going to share with the public. now, we do have information from the attorney general's office. they're saying they did receive colin's complaint. they are reviewing it. they have a month to do that. if you're interested in filling out information for the task force and participating in this survey, you can go to nbc news washington or our app and search task force survey. reporting live in upper marlboro, i'm tracee wilkins, news4. an administrative law judge accused of attacking a fellow judge. joan davenport turned herself in yesterday. she's accused of lunging at another judge in her office late last month. court documents allege she tried to put her hands around the other judge's neck. no word on what the motive might have been.
right now d.c. police are trying to figure out who opened fire on a car pool of women late last night on green street in southeast. news4's molette green has more on the evidence that police are now looking at. >> reporter: d.c. police worked through the night and into the morning hours here at the scene where you can see the investigation still active right now. police have been focusing on that car that you see with the doors open, the trunk popped, and evidence markers surrounding it. some time around 11:00 last night, gunfire rang out. three women were shot. they're in the hospital expected to survive their injuries. no suspect information at this time. investigators have been looking throughout this entire block for information. we're in the 2300 block of green street in southeast. they will look at every bit of evidence including whatever they captured on the surveillance camera images that are
there are actual signs warning that all activities are recorded, and so hopefully that could lead them to some clues and suspects in this case. again, three women shot late last night. they are expected to survive. that is the latest from southeast d.c. molette green, news4. the first flight since the brussels bombings arrives at dulles. we'll take you to the special welcome on the tarmac. plus, important information for those of you living in montgomery county. some changes you're going to see in your property taxes. i'm darcy spencer in northeast washington with the continued search for a missing 8-year-old relisha rudd. comg you in
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you're watching news4 at 5:00. a renewed search today for relisha rudd has ended for this day. the girl vanished from a d.c. homeless shelter more than two years ago now. news4's darcy spencer joins us live in northeast d.c. with why police are looking for the girl again, and what made this search different today. darcy? >> reporter: well, jim, police wrapped up their search here at the national arboretum just within the last hour. they're expected to be back out here
dive teams. the chief of police says it was new information that led them here. for the first time, the search for relisha rudd taking place at the national arboretum, a 400-acre property in northeast d.c. not far from where she was last seen two years ago. >> we continue to get information, so, yes, we get new information in on the case that has led us to different search areas and this is one of those areas. >> reporter: the search involving dozens of police officers, divers, and dogs. the police activity limited some access to the park, but it largely remained open as searchers scoured wooded areas for any sign of relisha. she was 8 years old when she disappeared in march of 2014. >> partners from national center for missing and exploited children, the fbi, along with mpd members that will also be doing a search with our harbor branch in about a body of water. >> reporter: the dive will take place on thursday morning. chief
searching here now, but she says it will be a small body of water on the arboretum grounds. >> it's difficult. it's difficult on the divers. but that's what they're trained to do. >> reporter: relisha was last seen with a janitor who worked at the homeless shelter where she lived. authorities believe kahlil tatum killed his wife at a motel in prince george's county and later took his own life at kenilworth park in northeast. that park was searched for days, but nothing was found. >> hopefully we find her aliv the goal is to fi alive. >> reporter: this case has touched so many people and broken so many hearts. coming up on news4 at 6:00, you're going to hear from people who were here at the national arboretum today while that search was taking place. wendy, back to you. >> thank you, darcy. d.c. police want you to take a good look at this man in the surveillance video. they're calling him a person of interest in a sexual assault and armed robbery. it happened along
in southeast. this is the same area where a man was shot and killed while walking to catch a bus last month. and this evening we're seeing some of the goods recovered during a bust of a theft ring at tysons corner. police say they found $76,000 in stolen merchandise after stopping three people in the parking lot. security guards at lord & taylor alerted them. the suspects are all from florida. investigators think they wanted to resell these items. the ncaa college basketball tournament may be over, but some athletes in fairfax county are getting set for the national stage. >> and jason pugh is here to tell us about the big week ahead for the fairfax falcons. jason? >> jim and wendy, over the last two decades, the fairfax falcons paralympic sports teams have allowed young people to live out their dreams through athletics. this year both the prep and varsity wheelchair basketball teams have reached the pinnacle of their sport.
falcons has an incredible story. >> it's like i can walk like normal. >> i was diagnosed with a condition. it affected my hearing, my vision, and my spine. >> reporter: i was born with cerebral palsy. the doctors said i wasn't going to live but i live anyways and here i am. >> reporter: this program has given these young people a place to build relationships they normally wouldn't have. >> things he can't do with the regular high school teams, this gives him an opportunity to get out there and just be himself and to open up and make a lot of new friends. >> it means a whole lot. it's cool seeing the program where it is right now. it's cool seeing the growth. when we started volunteering there were only three or four kids on the team and now up to 27 kids. it's really cool seeing everything take off. >> good rebound. >> reporter: this week the falcons will head to louisville,
wheelchair tournament putting their skills to the ultimate test. >> i'm really excited, especially sips this is my last year and the first time wee qualified. so i mean, i think we have a really good team this year and that's why we were able to qualify. >> i guess it's such a great opportunity for the kids and just being able to go and have them see all the different levels of play is just an incredible experience. >> we wish the falcons the best of luck in this national tournament. today they're making their way to louisville, kentucky. tomorrow the prep team will play their first game in this tournament at 11:00 a.m. the varsity team will play at 2:00. >> thanks, jason. an annual celebration in reston is expanding. founders day has become founders week honoring the late robert e. simon, the developer who created the town. he died last fall at the age of 101 and to celebrate his legacy, special events are planned to
>> there will be bob walks. bob was a big walker. we'll have people from the historic trust taking you around and showing you where bob walked, what he saw, what he liked about reston and talk about his life and the history of reston. >> part of the celebration involves the art of reston students which is now on display at the lake anne community centers. saturday's events include a carnival and community celebration. good news for montgomery county homeowners, your property tax increase won't be as much as expected. county executive ike leggett announced he's cutting his proposal nearly in half. why the hike in the first place? well, the county needs a way to pay $50 million in tax credits for residents who paid income takts outside the state after a supreme court ruling last year. this week governor larry hogan signed a bill giving the county
and now your storm team4 forecast. >> it was cold this morning. how cold? we actually broke a couple records out there. one of those records towards dulles. another towards baltimore and martinsburg. all broke records for low temperatures this morning. amazing how cold we were. down to 21 in martinsburg. 23 in frederick, maryland. 23 ft. meade. 24 at dulles and a pair of 21s down to the southwest. d.c. four degrees shy of a record at 32 degrees. so a cold morning for sure. the good news is temperatures have warmed. we did see plenty of sunshine earlier. we're up to 56 degrees. much warmer than we were yesterday and this is why. it's all about that wind. south i went at 16 miles per hour. the winds have been a little gusty today so that's created a little bit of a chill but not nearly as bad as yesterday. 54 fredericksburg. rather martinsburg at 54
we're not dealing with rain tonight. the rain comes in tomorrow and it's all from a system and really a couple systems coming together to our west. you can see the cloud cover. the clouds will help to keep the temperatures way up overnight tonight from where they were last night. this is a potent system. off couple storms, one right here. another spinning here. another with snow spinning towards the great lakes. so you know some cold air is here, but out ahead of this we will get warm. let's take a look and show you first off the bus stop forecast tomorrow morning. between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m., the rain will be moving in. a temperature of around 52 degrees. so much warmer. you won't need the coats but you will need the umbrellas for the kids at the bus stop if you will be traveling into work. between 3:00 and 4:00, much nicer but shower activity. temperatures around 62 degrees. let's time it out hour by hour. 7:00 a.m., a few light showers. most of the morning rush i think is fine but notice what happens around 9:00. here is the rain coming in through the region. if you're coming in from ft. royal, warrenton, along
expect heavy rain 9:00 to 10:00. the heaviest rain in d.c. right around 10:00 tomorrow morning. around 10:00, 11:00, could even see some thunder. by 1:00 it's all out of here. and you're like, look, beautiful for the game. well, the upper level system moves through. that creates a little instability and that creates showers. now, this is overdone. we're not going to see this many showers, but if one particular shower comes over the stadium, we could have a tough time. so, yes, i think we're going to get the game in. i'm not worried about that at all. the game will be played tomorrow, but we could see some showers showers. some showers by 2:00 and a shower chance around 4:00. temperatures around 62 as we take on the marlins. go nationals. the home opener. 54 degrees on your friday. 48 degrees on your saturday. chance of a shower, yeah, and it could
no worries, don't worry, but, yes, it is there, guys. so something we'll be talking about. don't worry. >> it's not even cold enough to snow. you got 42 degrees there. >> it has snowed sometimes up to 52 degrees. it has to be cold aloft. as the snow comes down it will melt and that's why we're not worried, wendy, because it will come down but we're not too worried -- >> if we're flying around up there we will see some snow. >> if you are on your broomstick -- >> whoa. >> i plan on being on it. >> sorry. >> doug, you got 15 minutes to wake up for that. okay. sticker shock. a man who purchased a truck said he's the one who is getting taken for a ride. find out why he reached out to our consumer reporter susan hogan after signing on the dotted line. get down! >> this is a wild arrest you're going to want to see. extreme measures this officer took to keep this suspect from charging at him.
i'm david culver in loudoun county where you can see the message is clear. we're all human. i'll show you how students at this purcellville is raising awareness about teen suicide. >> you could have helped them. it was a peer. narrator: all that political mail might be overwhelming. let's simplify. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as
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confrontation. a gunshot wound didn't even stop a man from coming at an officer with a knife. turns out he's a wanted man in maryland. and talk about an embarrassing dilemma. a law school's plan to rename itself after the late supreme court justice antonin scalia may have to be scrapped. and buyer beware. a maryland man says when he bought a truck, he didn't get what he thought he was getting, so he reached out to news4. >> because i have seen your reports on the news and it's like, wow, okay. susan gets action. well, this is a sad sentence. suicide is now the leading cause of death for teenagers in loudoun county. >> this school year alone four students have taken their sown lives. now students at one school are determined to save others from doing the same. our northern virginia bureau reporter david sul ver has more now on how those students are working to
>> reporter: under a chilled breeze, wood grove high schoolers taking class outdoors. teachers following their students. their students, more than 1,500 of them, leading the way. what do you make of this, everybody out here together walking? >> i think it's really powerful. >> reporter: with each step the entire student body and others who live nearby passing signs of hope, love. >> i do know a couple friends who were like struggling with depression and i hope this helps them. >> reporter: if you think these are just steps to skip class, you've missed the lesson. >> i know a lot of people think that the walk -- a walk won't change things but it's not the walking that's doing the change. it's us coming together as a community. >> reporter: part of that community, mom susie bartell, tells me her son ryan was always eager to help others. >> but he had a hart time talking about what he was going through. >> reporter: with low self-esteem, bullying only made it worse.
senior year, he took his own life. >> he said it to his friends. he said it to us, that it really doesn't matter who you are because in the end we're all human. >> reporter: ryan's words inspiring these students to spread a welcoming message. >> there are people here that are for them. there's another chance. they shouldn't end it all because they are worth it. >> reporter: on news4 at 6:00, how they plan to expand this program of hope beyond one school. in purcellville, david culver, news4. the antonin scalia school of law is no longer called that. it seems that the acronym of that name created an awkward word after plenty of people on social media noticed it. george mason decided to tweak it a bit. so it will now be the antonin scalia law school. the name still has to be approved at the state level. that is something that 11 democratic lawmakers are trying to block.
white house tonight. big wins for ted cruz and bernie sanders in wisconsin, but will it make a difference? we want to know if you think the stop trump movement has enough momentum to keep him from getting the nomination. we've been asking the question on our facebook page today, and you can weigh in by voting online. those wins may have given some momentum to the cruz and sanders campaigns, but they haven't made a big difference in the all-important dell zbat couegat. hillary clinton still leads sanders by nearly 700 delegates. donald trump holds a more than 200 delegate lead over cruz and john kasich well behind. both sides are now looking ahead to april 19th, the new york primary. >> it was a turning point, i believe, in this entire election. >> reporter: fresh off his victory in the badger state, ted cruz is touting his four state sweep in the past two weeks. donald trump delivered a double digit loss in wisconsin staying off camera last night,
trojan horse being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from him. >> donald has no solutions to the problems we're facing. he likes to yell and scream and insult and curse. and his statement last night was consistent with that. >> reporter: cruz is hoping his recent wins can propel him in the uphill battle against trump on the front-runner's home turf. on the democratic side, it's bernie sanders with momentum. wins in seven of the last eight contests. now the brooklyn-born candidate is banking on his roots for an upset win in the empire state where hillary clinton served two terms as u.s. senator. >> and he had a good night last night, and i give him credit for that, but i'm still significantly ahead in the popular vote, about 2.5 million more votes. >> reporter: after an appearance on "morning joe" cli
with a stop in pennsylvania taking aim at trump. >> the republican front-runner in case you haven't heard actually says wages are too high. by the time he gets out of one of those towers named for himself and start talking to folks who are like working for a living. >> tonight both clinton and sanders have events in pennsylvania. donald trump is holding a rally tonight on long island, and john kasich is back in his home state of ohio to deliver his state of the state. after new york we'll see another super tuesday of sorts with hundreds of delegates up for grabs in five states, including a primary here in our area, maryland. d.c. police trying to figure out what caused a driver to lose control of his car and crash it late last night in northeast d.c. it happened just before midnight on 56th street near the d.c./maryland line. police say the impact was so strong it killed that driver. a warm welcome at dulles and a sign of healing after the terror attacks at the brussels airport.
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parents and children. barbara brings us a story that's a little different. >> a really interesting story we get to share with you. instead of introducing you to the another child who is awaiting a forever family we take you to a family created through adoption 25 years ago with prospective sparnlts trapa traveling halfway around the world to make it happen. when robin frosh and david williams married in 1990, they knew they wanted a family. >> we knew we wanted kids, and we knew that we wanted to adopt. >> reporter: there were thousands of orphans in romania after the 1989 overthrow of dictato dictator. >> a woman came out and through the open window of the car
about this long. >> reporter: in that bundle, a very tiny baby. >> i think that there's always something inside of an adopted kid's mind and heart that wonders what their parents look like or where they came from. >> reporter: it was a gnawing question that led to years of family issues as allison acted outside her anxieties. she thinks rejection is what many adopted children fear most in life. after having a baby of her own about wouf jonathan fritsche, allison began using the internet to try to locate her birth family. she finally traveled to romania, found her mother, father, and other family members who, indeed, looked like her. she was overjoyed but shocked at the way the family lived. >> i'm like their miracle. their living situation is horrible. they don't have electricity. you know, they don't have a toilet. >> reporter: she wants to be their miracle, to make a difference for them, and coming
recognizes another miracle, the one that happened for her through adoption. >> i guess it's hard because i know like i haven't been the greatest kid. >> you have been you. that's enough. >> reporter: allison now knows it was love, not rejection, that led her birth family to give her away. and love that kept her in the embrace of her adopted family when she wanted to reject them. it took a quarter of a century and a trek of nearly 5,000 miles across the globe for her to finally understand the miracle of love. >> wow. >> we thank ashley and the whole family for sharing their story with us. really a great story. it's part of our wednesday's child commitment. we have always helped our faostr children and their parents with counseling services so the adjustment goes more smoothly. >> what a story. that is so unusua
there? she had a go fund me page and people who had been following her through social media saw her story and helped her get the money to go over there. >> she took all that amazing video of the reunion. >> with her cell phone. >> and the fact she could find them. >> all because of a computer. >> the times. thank you, barbara. >> for more information on children who are still waiting, please remember you can call our adoption hotline, 1-888-to-adopt-me. >> thank you, barbara. >> thank you. it was sticker shock for a man who thought he was getting everything he wanted in a truck. find out how you can learn from his mistakes when he got a big surprise after driving off the lot. wild weather in the midwest. just ahead, the wildfires that have forced farmers to give up everything. and i'm tracking rain for the morning rush, even some thunder, but what about the afternoon? there's a game going on.
just after noon today in the skies overhead, a sign progress and healing. the first flight from brussels since the airport bombing glided through blue skies and made a perfect landing at dulles. >> reporter: all eyes were on brussels airline flight 515 as it touched down around 12:45 this afternoon. there was nothing unusual about it until it pull
gate and the dulles fire trucks gave it a warm and wet welcome. >> a nice reception from the people here in washington. it was nice. it was touching. >> reporter: for passengers who made the crossing, it was a blessedly uneventful flight after the awful events of march 22nd when terrorists bombed the brussels airport killing more than 30 and wounding so many more. it's been almost two weeks to the day, and the airlines and its employees are praoud that they are back in the skies and feeling the love. >> one big happy family actually, helping each other in difficult times. >> reporter: for some passengers, getting there to get here was circuitous. >> first my booking with brussels, then it was moved to paris, take the train, then it was moved to geneva, take a flight to brussels, then we were moved to go to germany. so that's how we came and arrived in brussels. >> reporter: and many describe the airport inss
eerily quiet. >> they did a remarkable job of keeping us away from any of the areas. >> reporter: but once they were on the plane, no complaints. >> perfect. no problems. >> it was a wonderful flight. >> reporter: that plane heads back to brussels tomorrow, and it will not be empty. >> tomorrow it's full to go back to brussels, so a very good sign. slowly but surely hopefully. >> and the brussels airport hopes to get its operations back to normal capacity in time for the summer rush at the end of the june. a developing story in the midwest where wildfires are rapidly spreading across oklahoma and kansas. these are some of the pictures taken by a local fire department. local officials say the arcing power lines started that fire and high winds are helping fuel it. right now the fire has charred more than 50,000 acres. hundreds of people had to evacuate their homes and some homes were
the oklahoma forestry service says tonight this is one of the worst fire seasons in years. we have some wet weather heading our way just in time for our home opener. >> exactly. but most of that rain i really think most of it is going to be out of here by the time we have first pitch. >> good. >> good for us. >> now, that said, it still could be a little wet and we've got another shocker coming your way for first part of the weekend as you'll see. let's talk about the immediate though forecast for tomorrow. the weather is going to have a moderate impact on our area. we're talking about a nasty morning rush and even for the afternoon there could be a lingering light shower coming our way. so here we go, folks. taking a look at the radar. storm team4 radar scanning the area. it's dry throughout the bigger part of our area but open it up and head to the west and through ohio, areas of kentucky, there's your first leading edge of the rain. more of it back into areas of
so when that rain comes through tomorrow, we'll get the first initial wave, and then we'll have some more showers coming our way that will be fairly light for the afternoon and pretty scattered. 56 your temperature right now in college park and d.c. 54 montgomery county. upper 50s in leesburg right now. so doing much better than yesterday, and, in fact, overnight, early part of the day, temperatures will drop but really not that much at all. not down into the 20s or 30s. we'll stay in the 50s and that's because of a strong southerly wind out ahead of this front coming in. so call tomorrow cool with lots of cloud cover across the area. 53 at 7:00 p.m. there's the change between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. as we get up to 56 degrees. the wet weather and wind all coming our way for the early part of the morning rush. maybe even some thunder. you could see it here in the line. 8:00 a.m. early tomorrow morning. luray to warrenton. by 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. and then at 11:00 a.m. on top of areas of d.c.,
maryland, mt. airy. by 1:00, most of it is gone. 3:00, 4:00 in the afternoon as folks start lining up and getting ready for the game, some occasional showers. i think the model has overdone it for tomorrow. rain intensity, you will need the umbrella. moderate. we could get half an inch of rain across the area as temperatures top out with that sky cover in the 50s for tomorrow. then the weekend, again, weekend looking a bit cold at times. not early saturday morning. we'll start out in the 30s. 30s in some areas north and west. so a little snow mixed in with our rain showers. then for sunday morning in the 20s starting out. that 29 that we're forecasting right around the beltway, that's near record cold for this area. coming up on news4 at 6:00, doug has more on our cold pattern for the weekend after tomorrow's rain showers. thanks, v.j. developing tonight, your car payment may appear to be a bit
we reached out to the automaker. the american honda finance corporation says it's experiencing payment processing errors and they're affecting the accounts on their website. well, honda financial services.com says it's working to resolve it and says any excess billing will be corrected. honda is updating customers through social media because so many people are calling in they can't handle the volume. well, when it comes to buying a car, one maryland man says he always does his homework. >> but when he recently purchased a used car and it left him without the features he thought he paid for, he called consumer reporter susan hogan for help. >> well, what you see is what you get. it should be that simple, especially when you're spending thousands of dollars on a car. for this local man, he says his used car buying experience was a rocky road.
pickup truck for as long as he can remember. >> i have searched, searched, and searched. >> reporter: and he found one online, an ad through a virginia dealership. it shows the truck comes with a town of features, including sirius integrated radio. >> we wanted a good truck. >> reporter: the window sticker listed several more features including floor mats. after negotiating a price with the salesman, keith signed the paperwork and bought the truck for $18,000. >> it was only after we sealed the deal i was told that the vehicle did not come with floor mats. >> reporter: keith said he asked the sales manager to explain why flar mats were listed on the sticker but not provided. >> he told me, mr. reid, you can't go off that sticker because all we do is change the title of the vehicle on top and we're not responsible for what's below. >> reporter: so how about the sirius satellite radio listed on the online advertisement. at
mr. reid, your vehicle does not have the sirius xm road. >> reporter: keith said he now owned the truck and had no choice but to dry off the lot totally frustrated. he drove back to maryland where he needed to get the truck inspected and to make matters worse, it failed. that's when he reached out to news4. >> because i seen your reports on the news and it's like, wow, okay, susan gets action. >> reporter: we reached out to the virginia attorney general's office which tells us the virginia consumer protection act prohibits advertising goods or services with intent not to sell them as advertised. news4 also reached out to the dealership, although they never responded to our calls or e-mails. they did contact keith. the dealership agreed to honor what was advertised and on top of that, keith said they even agreed to fix items that caused his truck to fail inspection. now, most states have similar consumer protection law that is
advertising. if you feel you are a victim of deceptive advertising, you should contact the attorney general's office in the state where the business is located. back to you guys. >> coming through again. >> way to go. a roadside arrest of a man wanted in maryland. >> a gunshot didn't take down the suspect so the officer took a different approach. i'm adam tuss along the express lanes here in northern virginia. drivers who think that they were hit with unfair penalties and
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police body camera caught a dramatic confrontation between an officer and a man wanted for murder in maryland. >> this happened in ohio where police there say victor serrano pulled a knife on an officer. serrano is accused of killing his landlord last month near billion dollar. john london picks up the story. >> reporter: this is how it looked and sounded at a high point of adrenaline-fueled intensity. >> sir, get down! sir, get down! sir, get down! get down! get down! [ bleep ] get down! stay down! stay down! stay down! [ bleep ] stay down! stay down! >> reporter: with the bullets in the gun, pablo was still
challenging the officer who was poised to fire a second time but trying to avoid doing so. the prosecutor calls the officer one brave individual. >> he showed remarkable restraint. >> reporter: he had no way of n knowing the man was wanted for a maryland murder. the shot came when the man pulled a knife from his waistband during a routine pat down. >> [ bleep ]. drop the knife! drop the knife! >> reporter: the officer's body camera is showing what you he saw. it's clear he had space with which to work to keep sufficient distance yet still be within range of reacting with deadly force. when asked today, his boss told us -- >> you know i praise him for doing it and not shooting him a second time. >> sir, sir, freeze. drop the knife!
still clutching the knife. an officer finally fired a taser that brought him to the ground. police say an internal investigation found that officer was justified for shooting the man. >> he will not face any criminal charges. right now at 6:00 a developing story. a pit bull shot and killed by a d.c. police officer. they've been a problem for years. groups of atv and dirt bike riders terrorizing residents on public streets. i'm mark segraves, and coming up we'll tell you the two most recent incidents where first responders were actually the victims of these bikes. >> and the good news for some drivers who use the express lanes in northern virginia. why they will be getting a big payday. to presidential politics now. the day after the front-runners were defeated in wisconsin, the focus is already on
primary, new york. >> donald trump maintains a lead of more than 200 delegates. but ted cruz's win last night makes it more unlikely that any republican candidate will collect enough votes to secure the nomination before the convention. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders' win over hillary clinton gives him bragging rights heading into new york, but he leaves wisconsin with a net gain of just ten pledged delegates. steve handelsman is tracking the action from capitol hill. hi, steve. >> hi, doreen. well, bernie sanders, because he is even further behind on the democratic side than ted cruz is now on the republican side, sanders has really got a tough uphill battle and the wounded democratic front-runner is targeting sanders. >> reporter: after losing wisconsin, hillary clinton is fighting back. >> hard-working americans deserve a president with a real plan. >> reporter: a slam of bernie sanders after