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right now at 6:00, take a look at this system. amelia is standing by to show you how it will affect the start of your workweek. a former nfl star and super bowl champ killed in a road rage shooting. police now have a big break in the case. i'm darcy spencer live in fairfax county where they are honoring and remembering the victims of crime. a live report ahead. and wait until you see what one suspected thief did after sneaking into a local burger joint. "news4 at 6," starts now. off the top tonight, you may need the umbrella when you head back to work tomorrow morning. meteorologist amelia siegel joins with us the timing on t
amelia? >> erica, some showers in the forecast tomorrow. mainly during the morning hours. i think they'll be moving out around the midday. i want to show you this on future weather. 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, some showers already in place. plenty of clouds. it won't be as cold as was this morning. we'll track areas of rain during the morning hours. that could slow the morning commute. rain favors the d.c. metro area and northern maryland. the chance you're dealing with rain tomorrow is low. about 30%. as we move toward 10:00 a.m. and noon, rain pushes out toward the north and sunshine starts to break out across the area. as far as temperatures, grab the light jacket tomorrow morning. you won't need it by the afternoon. we start off the day around 42. by 10:00 a.m., the temp is 51. much warmer tomorrow. let you know how much coming up in my full forecast. >> thank you. former new orleans saints star will smith's murder sending shock waves through the sports
smith shot multiple times during a road rage incident last night in an upscale neighborhood in new orleans. deny schenn anyway man shows us how a simple accident turned deadly. >> reporter: it was late saturday night when former new orleans saints player will smith and his wife were driving through the upscale lower garden district of new orleans when police say his mercedes was rear ended by a hummer. the force of the crash pushed smith's vehicle into the car in front of him. >> at some point the dreifort hummer identified identified as cardale hayes and smith exchanged words. shortly afterwards, hayes produced a handgun and opened fire on smith and his wife. >> smith shot multiple times was pronounced dead at the scene while his wife was shot in the leg and hospitalized with nonlife-threatening injuries. caroline saw the gunman. >> total terror. i creamed and ran. >> cardale hayes was arrested on c
murder. investigators are looking for a possible motive. the police superintendent called it tragic at every level. >> one life is over and another ruined. >> will smith was a fixture in new orleans. drafted by the saints notice 2004, a defensive captain. he last played a regular game in 2012 and settled in louisiana. near the scene of the shooting, fans created a makeshift memorial. >> how can you have an accident and get out of your car and then get shot and killed? that's ridiculous. >> reporter: already is survived by his wife and three children. dan sheneman, nbc news. >> learn more about smith's leaf and career by opening our app and click on the sports tab. >> crime victims is, survivors, families and friends taking part in a walk against violent crime in fairfax county. dars a has a look at the message they're hoping to send. >> reporter: this is the fourth year for this event here in
see the vendors are still set up. many of the people participating have just left for that are 5 k walk. this is all about honoring and remembering crime victims and their survivors. one of the cool things that we found here this year, it's an art exhibit that's being held by the family of vaness assess pham, a young beautiful woman killed here in the county several years ago. it was a cold case. eventually it was involved. something different also. caring angel therapy dogs are here this year and offer comfort and support to victims of crime. you'll hear from the founder in a moment. this is part of national crime vips rights week. >> criminal justice system is revictimizing sometimes the victims what they go through. it's not just about the actual crime. we want them to come out here and be with everyone else that's gone through the same thing and know they're not alone. >> we understand what a difference dogs and the affection they bring can bring
everyone to know we're here to help and would love to bring our therapy dogs to any organization that has a need. >> so again, that walk just started. it's going to be a 5 k walk. they'll end up here for a candlelight vigil later on this morning. >> darcy spencer, thank you so much. news4's northern virginia bureau reporter david culver served as themacy ter of ceremonies at today's walk. president obama paid a rare visit to fox news. fox news sunday moderator chris wallace crews the president about terrorism, his supreme court nominee and hockey's e-mails. >> i guarantee there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the justice department or the fbi, not just in this case but in any case. now what i've also said is that -- and she's acknowledged that there's a
terms of managing e-mails. >> the president said he does not believe clinton jeopardized national security. we are just but two weeks away from the maryland presidential primary. today, hockey was in baltimore trying to drum up support. she held a rally at city garage outline her plans to boost the economy and help the middle class. the maryland primary is april 26th. we've got a photo gallery of today's event on the washington app. search clinton. bernie sanders spent the afternoon in new york. he took a visit to coney island and got a hot dog from nathans joined by his wife and former rem front man michael strikes. on "meet the press," donald trump's new convention manager accused ted cruz of using "gestapo tactics" in his hunt to secure the nomination. the cruz campaign said trump's team is trying to "disfrom their failure." this week
na fort to help him in a potential convention battle. d.c. police trying to find a real-life hamburglar pep followed a delivery guy into a five guys restaurant at 3:00 in the morning on friday. he waited till the worker left and decided to cook himself a meal. he grabbed burgers, buns, threw them on the grill. at one point, it looked like he was talking to somebody on his cell phone while waiting for the burgers to be ready to come off the grill. one of the most read stories on our washington app right now. go there and watch the full video for yourself. a worldwide effort to encourage people to do good deeds in their community. how d.c. is taking the lead in the campaign. and more than a dozen people left without a home after a fir
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13 people without a home tonight in prince george's county. a fire ripped through the home early this morning on whiteway in laurel. investigators say by the time they showed up, they could see fire shooting out through the basement, through the roof of the house, as well. there were nine adults and four children in the home. good news here is ha nobody was injured. service workers are helping out the residents. today is good deeds day, speaking of which thousands of volunteers in our area and around the world are making an impact on their communities. the jewish federation of greater washington organized the events in d.c.,
volunteers are participating in a wide range of projects including making care packages for seniors, donating blankets for hospice patients and cleaning up local parks. >> good deeds day is a worldwide activity. but the program here in washington, d.c. is the second largest in the world. only surpassed by a program that's run in israel. we're very proud of what we've accomplished here. >> more than 60 countries are around the world are participating in good deeds day. we want to show you a look at the alexandria waterfront on this crisp but beautiful sunday. expect some showers tomorrow though mixed in with dry weather. amelia is coming up with her full forecast next. >> some of these individuals represent drunk drivers. >> the father of a montgomery county police officer killed by a suspected drunk driver calling outlawmakers. why
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tough drunk driving law passed in maryland's state house. supporters from noah's law are worried additions to the bill could end its chances of passing. the law is named after montgomery county police officer know yeah lee ott ta killed by a suspected drunk driver. we have the 11th hour plea to get the law passed. >> reporter: a
enforcement and supporters of noah's law, an anti-drunk driving measure named after officer noah lee ott at that time killed in december while doing an enforcement. he was hit by a suspected drunk driver. we are here because noah's law is in peril. >> the senate version would put interlock devices on those convicted of describing are under the influence. a driver would have to essentially pass a breathalyzer test before the car would start. but the house tacked on a struggling punitive damages bill that would increase penalties from death or injuries from drunk driving. >> that law does not have the votes to get it passed. >> thus they worry it could sink the whole measure, become a so-called poison bill. the supporters of the senate version say there's a direct and dangerous connection between a move and public safety. >> shame on them. they would be killing more people in the state of maryland if the law does not
>> reporter: this 11th power push comes as they meet to reconcile the house and senate versions of the law. governor larry logan indicated he would sign the law but there's a concern it might not reach his desk this year. leotta's father didn't mince words about the lawmakers seeking to attach the less popular bill to the law. >> some of these individuals represent drunk drivers when they're not doing their job as legislative body. so it's a pocketbook issue. and i think they've been influenced by the liquor lobby. >> reporter: supporters of the stronger senate bill saying have the interlocks in place would be like having an officer being in the car before a drunk driver hits the roads. they would all feel better on the roads if that was the case. derrick ward, news4. and now, your storm team 4 forecast. >> and overall for your workweek, the weather looking okay. we'll see moderating temperatures th
tuesday. here are your weather headlines. showers to contend with tomorrow morning midday and early afternoon. we'll start to dry out. sunshine comes out and tomorrow afternoon and evening looking really, really nice. waiting to see the temperatures later in the day. it's looking pretty rainy on tuesday. rain looks to move in during the morning hours, outs by the afternoon. rain could clinger on into tuesday evening. and looking ahead to next weekend, i am tracking some rain chances. i'm keeping them off the seven-day right now. a coastal storm over the atlantic might bring showers here saturday or sunday. i'm not impressed with the chances. i want to let you know the that potentially could change. tomorrow the weather having a low to moderate impact on your day. scatter the showers around during the morning hours. by the afternoon and evening, weather having a low impact on your day. warmer tomorrow with the highs in the mid to supper 60s. right now 52. this is our high so far today. not aad
9:00 p.m., starts to be a little bit breezy with the temperature around 47. clouds move in overnight. by 11:00, mainly cloudy with a temperature of 46. tomorrow, you want to grab the umbrella with the showers. but the sunglasses, as well. you can probably leave the jacket at home. you definitely won't need it by the afternoon. here's the school day forecast. at the bus stop showers possible. temperatures in the low 40s. showers still possible especially around the d.c. metro area and up toward the north. areas like frederick, montgomery counties, temperature of 54. by dismissal or leaving works, temperatures near 70 degrees with a mix of clouds and sunshine. so really nice really comfortable. then we looking to tuesday when there's a very good likelihood you're dealing with rain. 80 to 90% chaps of rain on tuesday. it's in here at 5:00 a.m. we track showers through the mid to late morning hours that could have an impact on the tues
as we move into the afternoon, the rain sharts to push out. maybe late day sunshine and cooler on tuesday. dining out forecasts for the workweek, definitely recommending monday. heading to the nationals game on monday, finally looking like great baseball weather. forthus, showers possible. probably not the best night to dine outdoors. wednesday through friday, grab a light jacket. it will be cool but dry. tuesday temperatures in the 50s throughout the day. wednesdays highs near 60. a little bit breezy monday, tuesday and wednesday. winds not an issue at all. with highs in the low to mid 60s. next weekend we're in the mid to upper 60s. >> dare we say it's time to put away the winter sweaters? >> maybe, just maybe. >> thank you. still ahead, the capitals finishing the regular season tonight b notut b
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regular season. we know the wizards are playing on wednesday night at the verizon center. it can't be wednesday night. probably, thursday, friday. the regular season finale for the caps against the anaheim ducks. is there plenty to play for as we gear up for the second season? jason pugh joins us more. we learneded that first round opponent. the flyers. starts next week. how much do you expect the caps to concentrate on beating the ducks tonight? >> well, carroll, they obviously care about the game. you want to go into the postseason playing some good hockey. the capitals want to beat the ducks tonight. they'll be without braden holtby, he will not get the start in net according to barry trotz. phillip will start at goaltender tonight. holtby will not have a chance to break the record for most wins in a season by marty brodeur. he tied the record last night in st. louis and will settle for the tie. we'll see how that works out. no shortage of a
team in st. louis, you see ovechkin lighting up the score sheet with his second hat trick of the season. now at the 50-goal mark for the seventh time in his career joining gretsky and mike bossy as the only three to do that in nhl history. holtby tying brodeur for the most in a single season in nhl history. he did it in front of brodeur who is a assistant general manager for the blues. everyone knows how truly special this is for him. >> braden won't say it but it's important when you get that close to any kind of record or any kind of achievement, you want to achieve it. you don't want to fall short. >> we were happy for him pep deserve it. he's the best goalie right now. it's pretty huge for him. >> it's not an individual thing. and so you come back alumni things years in the future and you can share it with the same 20, 25 guys that have been part of it. you can look back on it
together. it's pretty neat that way. >> not bad company to be in if you're braden holtby. a few more notes about tonight's game. justin wilwams of the capitals playing in his 1 career game tonight. jay beagle who was injured last night against account blues is listed as day to day with a lower body injury. carroll, that does it for us at the verizon center. after tonight, it's all about the playoffs here. looking forward to playoff hockey. >> love it. we were just at verizon center not too along ago. it was a basketball court. now the wizards played earlier. randy whitman and the wiz were eliminated from the playoffs. still trying to end strong against the hortons earlier today. first quarter wiz up. gore at that time pass to sessions. takes it up the middle for the bucket. his second double-double in three games. move ahead fourth quarter, wiz starting to pull away. sessions to gore at that time. he had to throw down the polish
that time. wiz win 113-98. hurting charlotte's chances for home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. . the nationals get between the white lines postponed yesterday. pick up where they left off this afternoon. not all of it good early on. almost thinking about maybe starting to worry about what will seemed to be a likely trend that they were getting men on base but not scoring a lot of runs. then the seventh inning happened and i forgot about that thought. matt looking like he's playing in alaska. a crisp 43 degrees today. bryce harper bundled up but his bat was staying hot. harper smacks the ball deeptom left center. it bounced off and ran doan coming in from first to score an double. a four-game hit trick to start the season for harper. >> joe ross the good stuff today. gets mael
five strikeouts and one run allowed. skip ahead to the seventh. nats took a lead on jayson werth's rbi single. he roasts this one into left. brings in two runs. he picks up his third save of the season. all good at the end, nats win 4-2. up the road in baltimore, bottom two, birds up two. ma of mu chad doe with the man on and two outs. he crushes this ball. welcome to manny land. a two-run shot. his third of the season. os up 4-0. machado getting it done on the base path. rays with a run in the eighth, pitch to matt wieters. he gets away from it. here comes manny. poor ump. did you see the referee? the umpire got knocked into. both of them will be okay. the orioles more than okay. they win it 5-3. now 5-0 on the season. the birds the only undefeated team thbi
the masters, of course. jordan spieth has lost his lead. tied for third. danny willett now your leader in augusta. two-stroke lead over dustin johnson. we should say baseball is back in the district. and it is awesome. >> yes, it is. thank you carroll. grab the umbrellas for tomorrow. may see a few showers. >> scattered showers in the morning but gorgeous by the afternoon and evening. > that's the news for now. nightly news is coming up next. we'll see you again for news4 at 11:00. till then, good night, everybody.
on this sunday night, road rage murder, a former nfl star shot and killed, after a car crash. police now working to piece together what led to the death of saints player will smith. taking a stand, as donald trump resets his campaign, one of the country's leading newspapers puts out a satirical and provocative vision of what a trump presidency would look like. target paris. officials in belgium say the brussels bombing were a backup plan. the attackers initially wanted to strike paris again. pour dborder violence. the chaotic scene in northern greece as macedonia cracks down hard, injuring dozens of migrants. and family time.