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bernie sanders telling the crowd tonight that hillary clinton is not qualified to be president. and what you need to know tonight before the national's homeopener tomorrow against miami. news 4 at 11:00 starts now. good evening, first at 11:00 tonight. a local doctor charged with abusing a female patient behind the closed doors of an exam room. the woman says it happened yesterday morning on a clinic on georgia avenue in northwest d.c. news 4's shomari stone has more. >> reporter: good evening, these are disturbing allegations. i'm standing outside the metropolitan assessment renewal center, the clinic at the 3100 block of georgia avenue. the woman went in there to get an exam, instead she claims that she was harassed. according to court papers, dr.
woman had a boyfriend and continued to ask if she was in a relationship. the woman's phone rang twice, and when it did, he allegedly made noises and touched his groin. police investigated and three witnesses who worked at the clinic denied hearing any noises from the room. officers arrested the doctor and charged him with second degree assault, a misdemeanor. people in the neighborhood are concerned. >> it is very unprofessional, i mean, of course. you would think that he deals with women on a daily basis. that is the part of his job. especially if he is doing physicals, right? >> yes. now, dr. yancey was released on his own recognizance. he is ordered not to practice medicine and must stay away from the woman. his next court appearance is coming up, we tried to contact him. he did not come to
live in northwest d.c., i'm shomari stone. thank you, shomari. and a problem is turning up, more atv and dirt bike riders are scaring residents in our region. tomorrow, police announced a joint effort to stop them. just last week, a police officer was dragged by a group of rioters. and on monday, an atv surrounded a child and an ambulance, and one reportedly threatened the driver. >> atv and motorcycle riders, blowing through the lights, disregarding the safety on our street. this is not the image i want the world to see. >> the police had run-ins with atvs in prince george's county. that is why state, local and federal authorities are now coming together to take on the problem. and s,
hours away from the nat's home game opener, as you can imagine it will be a packed house at the stadium. that means you need to plan ahead if you're going to the game. all the construction around the park will make driving even tougher than usual. d-dot is urging you to use metro. you can also take the d.c. circulator from navy station to the yard. the capital stations are located nearby. be sure to check out our guide to the nat's home opener for more travel tips. at the game tomorrow, two prince william county police officers, david mcallen and jesse hempin will throw out the first pitch. they were wounded during the shooting that killed to tehe fe officer, ashley gwenden, and there will be a moment of silence for others that were killed during the past year. and we have you covered tomorrow, beginning withws
today, 426, and carol malone will be there before mid-day. and be check to check out the washington app for a list of ball game specials. this is my personal favorite at your personal local favorite restaurants. and rain could put a damper on the home opener. >> and carol will be getting wet at the mid-day show tomorrow when i expect the rain to come in. hopefully they will have their umbrellas handy, as well. for tomorrow, this is what i'm thinking. a lot of pre-game festivities going on tomorrow. a lot of people heading out. 58 degrees, mostly rain and around the noon hour. most of the rain over the -- the heavy rain over, 2:00, temperatures of 60 degrees with just showers and there is that shower chance during the game tomorrow. we'll talk more about that as well. high temperatures today, 50
60s, and 70s to the west. the warmer air comes in. we have a potential for record lows again this weekend. i've got your forecast in just a moment. thank you, doug. a debate over the name of a elementary school middle school drew a big crowd today at prince william county. teachers say it is a distraction for the students. news 4 is there in manassas with more. megan? >> reporter: yeah, doreen, they did within the last couple of minutes, board members voted to rename godwin middle school to dr. george hampton. now of course there is controversy around this. there was evidence inside the board room there. there was a packed house with more than 50 people addressing the board for three hours trying to convince them which way they should vote. it started out as an effort by the board to try to please the
a fallen hero, county firefighter kyle wilson, who died while fighting a fire, and re-naming godwin middle school for the army veteran george hampton, a board member said that renaming it was good because former secretary godwin was a segregationist. that is why the controversy started. tonight, many sounded off urging the board to keep their decision to rename the school godwin. >> you made a decision in this room. stick with your decision and don't stir this county up. >> reporter: others focused on the former governor's past. >> i ask the board to unanimously reject any motion to reconsider its vote renaming the george m. hampton middle school. >> he changed his ways, thank god he did. but it's questionable whether he changed his ways because he believed he was wrong. >> reporter: but theud
school fought back. >> nobody cared until there were two groups of people who wanted a name on a school and only one school to name. the whole ensuing debacle has been made into a black/white issue and it should not have been. >> please rename the school. >> reporter: and some argued about why the topic came about in the first place, which is honoring two men while giving students another reason to have school pride. >> reporter: now, as you heard there a very passionate debate inside the room at the meeting today. but before this all started the board chair asked that things remain respectful. and at the end of all of this, he even acknowledged the fact things remained respectful even after they voted. now, theys encouraged people to get involved in the school and communities because they wanted to highlight the fact that what is most important is
good education. of course, the board will hold another meeting in the next two weeks. but as it stands, the school will be named dr. george hampton. back to you. >> meagan fitzgerald, thank you. and money will come to drivers who say they were charged unfair penalties on the express lanes in northern virginia, a judge is expected to approve a $1.3 million class action lawsuit. some say they were charged thousands by the operator. the company says it will refund some of the money but also will give the drivers more time to pay if they miss a toll in the future. the renewed search for ralisha rudd, the 8-year-old girl who disappeared at a homeless shelter will continue tomorrow morning. acting on new information, the d.c. police and others searched the area for the very first time
they didn't find anything. but tomorrow divers will search a pond. police say they continued to get tips in the case and they encourage anybody who may have information to come forward. >> we don't take any information that we get lightly. every tip, every piece of information we get we're going to act on it. >> relisha was last seen in march 2014 with a janitor who worked at the homeless shelter where she lived. authorities believe the janitor, khalil tatum, killed his wife before taking his own wife. and donald trump is once again slamming senator ted cruz for cruz' comments earlier this year about new york values. trump hosted a rally at the next primary. he hopes the venue there will help to ease the pain of last night's loss in wisconsin. >> do you remember during the debate when he started lecturing me on new york values and i started talking to him about
world trade center. the bravery. the incredible bravery of everybody. >> if you want to know what liberal democratic values are, follow donald trump's checkbook. he has been funding these policies. >> two people got into a fight at trump's rally tonight and were arrested. meanwhile, in the wake of the wisconsin loss there were high-level meetings today between trump and some of his aides amid reports of a power struggle within the trump campaign. and bernie sanders launching a new aggressive attack against hillary clinton tonight at a rally at temple university. h he said the former secretary of state is not qualified to run for office. and hillary clinton did question his knowledge of some of his own policies. >> you can't really help people if you don't know how to do what you are containing on saying what you want to do. >> i don't think you are qualified if you get $15 million from wall street through your
i don't think you are qualified if you have voted for the disastrous war in iraq. >> sanders has won seven of the last eight contests. but clinton just needs to win a third of of the remaining delegates to secure the nomination. next at 11:00. a school resource officer caught body slamming a middle schooler on video. tonight, we hear from that student and her mother. plus, experts pushing a new method of labelling calories on your favorite snacks. why it may not be a one size fits all approach. and our story tonight, generosity on disp
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tonight, disturbing cell phone video of a school police officer body slamming a 12-year-old student at a texas middle school. that officer is on leave. and the school district and police are now investigating. more from san antonio. >> vanessa -- oh! >> reporter: the video is difficult to watch. this girl is 12 years old in the sixth grade, thrown to the ground by a school police officer. many of her classmates reacted. >> do you remember it? >> no. >> reporter: she says the kids in the hall had had been anticipating a fight between her and another girl. >> i was going up to her to tell her, let's go somewhere else so we could talk. that is when it happened. >> reporter: it took a few days for the valdez family to see the cell phone vid
viral after being posted on a blog. >> you could just hear while she hits the ground, which is nothing but concrete. she was not moving. she was just like knocked out and i wanted answers and nobody could give me answers. i contacted the vice principal, and the officer did what he had to do at the moment. those were his words. >> it's very concerning to see this, very alarming. >> reporter: the video, now the driving force behind investigations in the san antonio school district, one by police, the other by administration. >> and while we want to get all the details, we still, i want people to know that you know, excessive force will not be tolerated in this district. >> reporter: the district identifies the officer as josh camp, on the force for a little over a year. vanessa says there is one word for his actions. >> wrong. >> reporter: offi
line. >> that is up to the district, i just don't want that done to another student or to my daughter again. >> now the officer in the story is not commenting. we'll have much more coming up tomorrow morning on the today show. some experts say that putting exercise labels on junk food could get people to be more careful about what they snack on. the labels will tell you how much physical activity you would need to do to get rid of the calories. for example, this replica of a can of soda shows you would have to bike 23 minutes to work off the calories, but critics say the approach is not one size fits all. the exercise for a 250-pound man, for example, is much different than it would be for that man's teenage daughter. well, we've heard from many of you who want to help d.c. firefighter tanisha moore who lost her apartment sunday
she received a gift from a fellow firefighter who didn't even know her. retired firefighter john lee gave her a check. lee had just won the grand prize of a st. patrick's day raffle, and after hearing her story decided she needed the money more than he did. >> pretty generous people. checking your update on the weather? >> tweeting about the game, obviously, the homeopener, everybody wants to go down there, they're wanting to know if they can go to the dugout, and the rain delay -- we're on the air right here. >> and can i get the tickets? the answer to that is no. let's look outside right now to show you what we're dealing with. here is the problem, the rain coming through making its way through right now. you can see it through portions of kentucky and virginia. we're looking at strong storms there. for us, no strong storms, really
not much going on outside. much more mild than last night. winds out of the south. here is the season, the southerly component to the wind, keeping temperatures way up. last night, manassas was 32 degrees. a very nice evening. nothing on the radar, just ground clutter here. not looking at anything there. the clouds will help to keep is mild tonight. the rains back to the west, here is the storm, the spin around the chicago area, the storm is making its way our way. you can see the line of showers and thunderstorms. and i do thing we'll see a bit of thunder. tomorrow at the bus stop take the umbrellas with rain moving in right around that 7-8:00 a.m. time frame. temperatures around 50 degrees. tomorrow, clearing, a chance of showers around this time with a temperature of around 62 so at least we get mild. here, 7:00 a.m., give yourself extra time in the m
7:00, the heavier rain back to the west. at 9:00 a.m., still dealing with heavier rain along the i-95 corridor. this is something to watch out early tomorrow morning, notice 10:30, exiting the area, very heavy rain. thunder, in the annapolis region. by noon, it's gone. noon it's gone. 1:00 it's gone. 2:00, and then by 3 and 4:00, we'll see showers filling back in. i'm not expecting many showers during the game. they will be very spotty. but if we get one shower over the game could we see a delay some i seriously doubt it. any showers coming in tomorrow will be quick, nationals and marlins, no chance of a rainout. but 4 or 5:00, we'll see a chance of rain. 57 degrees, i do think it's looking okay out at the dugout from 1-4:00. just bring the umbrella, 50
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that is now, 2 and 0 heading home to the first. >> that is dusty baker talking about the hero tonight. dusty predicted the outlook. he got the innings wrong but predicted the outcome. >> that is pretty good. i'll take the odds. he went down but his teammates quickly picked him back up. the national centerfielder was put on the ten-day disabled list. his backup delivered two amazing starts tonight. and how about decker, he arrived at turner field in the fifth. two innings later he delivered the game-winning hit steven strasburg on the mound, continued to dominate. six innings of work tonight for strasburg who struck out four. gave up one
one, matt dendecker, fresh off the plane showing no jet lag at all, hammering this ball to deep center. stays in the park, espinosa follows him in. a two-run double for dendecker, dusty baker absolutely right. in the ninth. justin papelbon closes the door. nats take it 3-1, afterwards, dendecker talked about his day. >> this is one of the crazier days, i'm just sitting in syracuse in my apartment this morning, get to the field with a workout. sitting in snow and 20-degree weather. and billy tells me i'm going out there for ben. not really time to change, just get in there, get a good pitch. try to put a barrel on it. >> you hear that kid, if you like it put a barrel on it. moving to baltimore, second game of the
feet later this ball finally lands. the birds, take a 2-1 lead. bottom of the fifth, matt wieters, bat staying hot tonight this one falls in. mark trumbo scores from first, rbi double for wieters, birds double up for the twins, also 2 and 0 on the season. also elsewhere in the nba, the wizards kept their playoff chances alive of the john wall missed tonight's game with a sore knee only the fourth game he missed in the last three seasons, even without their best player the wizards proved they're not ready to give up on this season. wizards and nets, john wall missing first game of the year, ramon sessions filled in finding morris, with ten
assists, later in the third, showing off the range, sessions spots up. his first double-double in over two years with 18 points tonight. fourth quarter, wizards pouring it on. temple. game high 25, the wizards win this one easily 121-103. friday's game begins the pistons a must-win for the wizards if
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