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around. >> unfortunately for the weekend, we warm up monday. highs in the 60s at that point. it is a cold, damp weekend. like you guys said. here's the latest on storm team 4. the snow mixing in north and west of town. this will continue to be the case for the morning hours. really no accumulation. having very, very low impact on roads. you see the entire system impacting the area. we will continue to deal with the rain at times today. and the winds increasing in the later morning and midday hours. advisory from 3:00 until 10:00 p.m. gusting up to 50. more coming knupp about 15 minutes. >> we will check in with you then. thanks, amelia. >> a developing story this morning. police investigating the shooting of a 7-year-old girl in the strict. right now to news 4's derrick ward with the latest.
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to get a sense of the scene. we're looking down the 2400 block of knox place, alabama avenue. you see a white hon do did a with its rear window out. farther down the block, police are looking at another small car on the other side of the street. we are within earshot, shouting distance of police headquarters. this happened last night. it was about 10:22 when police responded to this scene. the victim we know of is a 7-year-old girl. we were told she was taken away from the scene, conscious and breathing. we don't have much information about her condition now or what may have prompted the shooting. investigators remain on the scene. we have reached out to d.c. police to see if there are any details to be released this morning. we hope to bring it to you as soon as they are available. this always sparks outrage when the victim of a shooting is a
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councilwoman. >> we've got to figure something out, right? this is unacceptable. we have to figure out the ways in which we are keeping those in our community from shooting those in our community. >> within walking distance of police headquarters. the victim a child. we are live in southeast. derrick ward, news 4. back to you. thank so much.
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ted cruz, 532. and john kasich with 143. >> all right. to the other side now. the democratic side. hillary clinton and berni
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sanders campaigning hard. clinton is slipping in the polls of her home state. she's firing back against sanders by calling the debate over whether she is qualified to be president. bernie sanders actually backed off that statement during a town hall live on the "today" show. at her rally on friday, clinton shifted the focus to the republican candidates. >> a lot of what we're hearing is not reassuring. it is a kind of amateur hour. >> you can expect both democratic candidates to continue making their way through new york today. and coming up tomorrow the on "meet the press", chuck todd going to sit down exclusively with donald trump's campaign manager to discuss new strategies ahead of new york's primary. senator bernie sanders will be on to talk about the state of his campaign. catch that at 10:30, right after news 4 today. a fairfax county teacher will not be in the classroom monday. julia brant was charged after
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of the house and in the cold. police say neighbors called in thursday night when they saw the 10-year-old son on the back deck in shorts and crying, knocking on the door. she had she was upset with her son and locked him out. she is on unpaid leave from lane elementary school >> an all out manhunt for a dangerous escapee is over. it is because the suspect's mom and dad turned him in. anthony garver was taken into custody last night. he escaped from a psychiatric hospital in washington. garver was charged with stabbing a woman to death in her home. but officials found him too mentally ill for trial.
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brussels suburb yesterday. the last known suspect in the paris attack. police arrested four other men. we are hoping to learn more later today. north korea claiming to have successfully tested the rocket engine of a new missile. north korea seems to be trying to tell the world they are not bluffing. in march, the country made nuclear threats to the u.s. in opposition to joint u.s. is and south korean military exercises. all right. hold on tight to your bags if you plan to go out shopping this weekend. they might fly away. storm team 4 is tracking strong gusts of wind and bitter cold temperatures that could impact your plans. >
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home from work. how the victim is now warning others and pushing for change. it's 8:37.
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command. urgent. we have guys down. urgent. may day. >> six firefighters hurt on the jersey shore last night. when it started to collapse, they were able to get out. they are recovering this morning. the exact cause of that fire still under investigation. a group of teenagers accused of attacking a d.c. man on his way home from a metro station. it happened wednesday afternoon as the man was leaving the guy detective station. a teen stopped and asked him about the presidential election. he told the teen he didn't know anything about that and kept on walking.
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>> i would say halfway down the block later i heard someone running behind me. as i turned, one of the kids, you know, punched me in my face. >> five teenagers beat him up and ran off with his cell phone. a good samaritan helped him flag down a police officer. he is concerned about youth violence in the district. supreme court justice sonia sotomayor said the nation's highest court needs more diversity. sotomayor didn't mention garland. the court's first latina justice said the court could benefit from more diversity. senate republicans won't confirm anyone before the presidential election. it is 8:40 r
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what's going on. it is supposed to be spring. it doesn't feel like it. high winds, rain. a big temperature drop. when you might be in the clear to run errands. reminder, you can get the latest storm team 4 forecast on the nbc washington app. overcoming a tragedy and starting a new family. how a new mother is recoring ve fios is not cable. we're wired differently. how a new mother is recoring ve we are a 100% fiber optic network... and fiber optics move at the speed of light. over the last 10 years, our ble competitors have received a few awards. but we've received a few more. including pc magazine's #1 for internet speed 10 years running. and jd power ranked us highest in customer satisfaction for the third year... in a row.
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rain, snow, even sleet out there right now. as we move into the overnight hours, early tomorrow morning, our focus will shift to record cold temperatures potentially in the forecast. a freeze warning for everybody at midnight. that runs from 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. you can find it on my facebook and twitter pages. temperatures will be below freezing for several hours. you want to protect any sensitive plants by covering them or bringing them indoors. isaac son got 16
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that crash. she survived. had a baby girl, a healthy one. and spoke to darcy spencer. >> i looked over. i already knew he was gone. seeing him laying on the steering wheel. i never saw anybody like that, you know. >> >> shirley lincoln survived the crash that took the life of a close friend. 77-year-old al hargrave. she was pregnant at the time and feared losing her baby. >> i didn't know if i was having a girl or boy. all i wanted was a little girl. after two boys. and she's the best thing. >> little alana was born 10 months ago, beautiful and healthy, named in part after al. they were hit by an ambulance carjacked by this man, sebastian son. he was sentenced to serve 16 years of a 40-year sentence. >> do you think he
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full 40? >> definitely. he would have deserved that plus more. but i guess he got away with it. >> lincoln spent six weeks in the hospital with a broken hip and pelvis and concussion. and a sound of an plans causes panic attacks. >> ambulances, terrified. they scare me completely. i cannot drive and have one come in behind me. it's terrible. >> but she is staying strong for her kids. as they grow, she will tell them more about the man whose life was lost that day. darcy spencer reporting there. two burglars who broke into a home in massachusetts yesterday got more than they bargained for.
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that's very clear video. now you can hear one of the men offering the hold dog a treat. a second man enters the house. the home owner called police after he saw the man through a live stream video from his security system. police arrested one of the men at the house. the second man jumped from a second floor window. he was caught a few hours later. we're 117 days of the summer olympics in rio. we have reached a big milestone in the massive efforts for the game. the aquatic center has been complete. good news for rio.
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available tickets for olympic events >> police in montgomery county need your help. they are looking for spring. >> that's right. they say they are looking for spring. so they posted this urgent message on facebook with the suspect description. spring is described as the time of year between winther winter and summer. she sometimes goes by the name of spring time or vernal season. anybody with information about spring's whereabouts is asked to call police immediately. >> come on, amelia. >> i love that post, though. i shared it on my facebook page. if you want people responding to it, that is actually pretty incredible. 1200 shares. funny responses there. >> we will continue to run below normal until april 17th. after that, things will turn around. but is this unheard of what we are seeing right now? absolutely not. spring is the battle between winter and summer. highs in the mid to upper 60s. not the case t
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is the storm team 4 weather alert day. due to windchill temperatures. rain and snow showers impacting your day. we could see some isolated damage with gusts up to 50 miles per hour. but absolutely nothing like what we were dealing with last weekend. better weather in the forecast for your sunday. but today weather having a moderate impact on your day. 20s and 30s in the afternoon and evening hours. rain and snow mixing in at higher elevations. even seeing a coating on the grass. thanks to everybody sharing pictures with me on facebook and twitter. here's the latest on storm team 4 radar. more rain making its way towards washington. heavier rain with brighter colors. panhandle of west virginia seeing a wintry mix of sleet, rain, snow. wet roads to deal with. impacting the area. on into the evening hours. so rain at times today. maybe limited is sunshine during the early afternoon hours. high of 47. we will hit that at
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evening. we dry out during the early evening hours. skies clear out overnight. tomorrow, temperatures in the upper 20s. 29 in washington, as well as baltimore. 28 in gaithersburg. near record cold temperatures tomorrow morning. at least wind is not an issue throughout the day with a high of 50 and plenty of sunshine. monday, highs near 7 on 0 degrees. a chance of a shower or two due a warm front. better likelihood of rain on tuesday with a high of 62. rain cools us down. plenty of sunshine and calm weather. around 60 for a high on wednesday and thursday. mid-60s for friday. again, plenty of sunshine in the forecast. unfortunately you can see the weekend here. guys, back to you. two, one. engine ignition. liftoff of the falcon 9 rocket. >> all right.
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but that's not what has space crews so excited this morning. we'll tell you about the big accomplishment that took a few tries to make perfect.
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it landed on solid ground before. but this was the first successful ocean land anything five tries. incredible. >> it is incredible. where will this land? nobody knows. a cuddly stuffed dog was launched into space by school kids in england. it was hooked up to a helium balloon. a special camera attachment. it was just on the edge of space. the toy became detached. >> the justice department wants to
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to. petraeus resigned in 2012 after it was revealed he had an extramarital affair. it later emerged petraeus had mishandled information by providing it to broadwell. wells far low will pay $1.2 billion in fines to settle civil mortgage claims. they admitted to certifying some homes eligible for fha insurance when they weren't. that meant the government had to pay up when they defaulted. >> not paying up on their student debt. the latest numbers show half the students owe tens of thousands of dollars. according to a new report from the wall street journal, about 43% of students are not making payments despite the fact that they have jobs.
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earn caps 10% of the borrower's income. but they are backed up, lots of confusion. >> we first reported on the story yesterday. keith harwood is a freeman after three decades in ava va prison for a crime he didn't commit. he has been exonerated for the killing of jessie parone and the rape of his wife in newport news. harwood says he gave up hope. >> i had to keep my head up and keep going. i could give up. i could get depressed. i could be medicated. i could do all kinds of stuff. but i didn't choose to do that. because i knew i was right. >> the attorney general's evidence was implicated another man who died in an ohio prison in 2006. >> a storm team 4 weather alert day.
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well, the calendar says april. but you take a step outside and put your toe out there, you're not going to think it is spring. high winds, rain. chilly the next few days. good morning. i'm molette green along with david. the rain is slowly moving out. >> a lot of us will deal with gusty winds as well. let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist amelia segal. she has been tracking it all morning. what's the latest? >> we are seeing a little bit of everything out there outside our studios in northwest washington. peeks of sunshine. winds at 10 miles per hour. later in the midday hours, winds will start to increase. 41 degrees is


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