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prettier than the first. clouds and everybody coming up with light to moderate rain. heaviest in frederick county, virginia going eastbound towards leesburg and eventually out towards gaithersburg. so do at that time take the umb. temperatures are in the mid-40s. next 24 hours, wet to start today and wet again to start out tomorrow. but right smack in the middle there, a little stretch of breezy and drier and milder weather coming in late this afternoon into very early this evening. today's high up near 68 degrees. we'll time out tuesday's raindrops coming up. a live look beltway at sat. barnabas road, rain pretty much everywhere right now. so inner loop, outer loop, everything rolling along just fine here. no major problems on the beltway. taking a look at 270 from 70 down to the spur, going to take you 27 minutes exactly as it should. remember to
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fm when you hop in your car for the latest on any travel troubles. developing this morning, shots fired as laurel police respond to reports of a burglary. the shooting happened inside the indus international market on fourth street. molette green is live on the scene with what led up to the shooting. >> reporter: good morning. i can tell you that is where all of it went down, that building behind me where the red letters there. it looks like officers are getting close to breaking down and wrapping up here at the scene as some of the crime tape is being taken down. we can tell you that one teen suspect, a 15-year-old, is in custody right now. the other suspect, a 20-year-old man at the hospital. police got the 911 call shortly after 11:00 last night when a burglar alarm sounded from inside this international food market. when they got here, they arrested t
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trying to get away on foot. here's what we know so far about the man police shot inside the store. >> officers then continued into the building, that's when they encountered a second suspect. police tell me that that suspect has been shot, this is a police-involved shooting. suspect has been transported to medstar. this is the first police-involved shooting that we've had in laurel this year. >> we're told only the suspect was shot once by police, no other shots fired. and i asked if the suspects were armed and that part of the investigation still ongoing. the suspect in medstar in stable condition, the officer involved in this shooting is a veteran of the force, 17 years on the job. that is the latest now from the scene here in laurel. back to you. >> thank you molette. also developing this morning, the anne arundel county sheriff has been arrested.
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bateman was arrested during a domestic incident at his home last night. we should find out more about this this morning. so keep an eye out on the nbc washington app. to charles county now, where a 10 why would b-year-old boy il condition. he was hit by a car yesterday afternoon while crossing mcdaniel road in wag door of with his mother. deputies say the driver stayed on the scene. the child was air lifted to children's hospital with serious injuries. detectives in northern virginia are looking for this woman and her son. fairfax county police say jury chavez's family called officers yesterday saying she was having a mental breakdown. police say chavez fled after the call and took her son with her. call fairfax county police if you have seen the mother or her 9-year-old son. maryland lawmakers have one time day to pass noah's law, a tough drunk driving measure. different versions of the bill have already passed in the house and senate, now it's being debated
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it's named for police officer noah leotta and would require ignition interlock devices for drunk drivers. he was killed by a suspected drunk driver last year. county police are concerned the bill will die in committee. >> please stand up and fight for your officers. fight for your community to make sure the law gets passed that these unnecessary provisions are dealt with next year and not part of noah's law. >> governor larry hoe gggan hasd he will sign the bill if it gets to his desk. at the legislative session comes to a close, a major criminal justice bill recuses prison sentence for nonviolent drug offend dwers and the need to vote in the house and senate. a police reform bill is still in committee and a measure that helps close the gender pay gap is waiting for the governor's signature. you may want to pay attention to what lane you're driving in if you're in the district. police are start handing out
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you are caught in the city's new bus lanes. the new dedicated lanes are along georgia avenue northwest between florida avenue and barry lane p. only buses, taxis and other authorized vehicles can use those lanes between 7:00 in the morning and 10:00 at night monday through saturday. 5:05 now. construction that will lay the ground work for the purple line gets under way this morning. crews will be busy in downtown bethesda to replace an existing gas line. you may notice some lane closures around woodmont avenue between elm street and bethesda avenue. the work will help make way for the new bethesda station south entrance which will connect metro riders to the purple line. actual construction of the purple line is expected to start later this year. now to decision 2016, donald trump's campaign in upstate new york again today. in rochester last night, the republican presidential candidate told vote ares the nomination process is working against them. trump cited his relative loss in l
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votes but fewer delegates than senator ted cruz. >> they're taking your vote away, they're disenfranchising people that want to see america be great again. >> trump recently made a staffing change and asked his team to craft a strategy to win more delegates. senator ted cruz is out maneuvering him at gatherings will delegates are being chosen. most of the presidential hopefuls will be in new york today. hillary clinton and bernie sanders and donald trump are all making stops in albany. clinton was this baltimore yesterday, cease trying to gather support ahead of maryland's presidential primaries on april 26. you can see more pictures from the rally on our nbc washington app, search "clinton." senator sanders is attacking clinton's policy plans. he criticized her on everything from fracking to the iraq war. today sanders will hold rallies in buffalo and albany. one hopeful is not campaigning
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tracie potts explains what it going is with senator ted cruz when she joins us live at 5:30. april showers living up to that reputation. chuck is tracking rain all over the area. and how much longer it will last through the morning commute. it is one of the most bizarre crimes you'll ever see. what cameras caught this guy doing inside a burger joint. new numbers just in on how votersiew don val
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and the nra...and won. that's why he's endorsed by the post as the "talented successor" to senator mikulski who will "deliver results." i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. so after 5:00. a rainy start to this monday morning. >> but i think we're getting a little warm-up, and i'm happy about that. chuck bell with our forecast thousand. good morning, chuck. >> we only that 53 yesterday with the sunshine. we're in the mid upper to 40s already even with the raindrops out there. as soon as we get the rain to stop which should take place late this morning up to about lunchtime, may take a little longer in northern maryland, then we should g
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of sunshine back and quite the warm-up coming. p so 45 with an umbrella needed this morning. 65 by the time you're coming home from work and school later today. mild and on the breezy side. but another rain chance coming in for tomorrow. we'll time it out coming up. so taking a look at 66 and 95, you can see we are soaked across the area. all of that green of course rain falling on our roadway. but everything fingers crossed rolling along okay. only bit of construction we're seeing right now, 395 south after seminary, this sticks around until about 8:00 a.m. two left lanes getting by the work zone there. sounds like they are still working. 95 in maryland from 32 down to the beltway, going to take you ten minutes. we'll take a live look at 270 coming up. an update just into the live desk on this story we've been following out of fairfax county county, virgin
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who have been hissi missing hav found. jury chavez and her son jair were located we're told by the alexandria city police department. they were located after a concerned resident notified the police department to let them know that they are safe. now, miss chavez was taken in for evaluation and jair is in the care of family members right now. that's the latest from the liver desk. eun, back to you. at noon, expect to seeliver. eun, back to you. at noon, expect to see hundreds of howard university students rallies against sexual assault part of sexual assault awareness month. earlier in year students protested at the university's handling of a suspected sex assault on a campus storm involving two residential vicers. today the irs building should be back open after last week he's fire. if you work there, check the emergency hot line before you head into work. you may remember a transformer sparked a fire in t
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last monday. the fire did not affect the processing of tax returns. that work is done at a different location. a bird strike made for a miserable travel day for dozens of people yesterday. an american airlines flight headed to d.c. had to turn around shortly after it took off. the pilot had to shut down one of the plane's engines as a precaution, but was able to land the flight safely back at the key west airport yesterday afternoon. no one was hurt. coast guard boat was in the place at the right time to save two sailors. the coast guard boat was doing some water training nearby and rushed over to rescue the sailors. the officials say the sailors were wearing their life vests which helped in the potomac river there. 5:13. this morning fans and teammates are mourning the sudden loss of former new orleans saints player will smith. smith was shot and killed in a road rage incident in new orleans on saturday night. policeay
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ended smith's car around 11:30 p.m. they argued and police say hayes shot smith several times in the chest. smith's wife was also shot, but not seriously hurt. hayes is now charged with murder and being held on $1 million bond. smith played for the saints for nine seasons and won a super bowl with the team. cia chief john brennan says his agency will not engage in waterboarding no matter who is the president. br brennan says he doesn't agree with such techniques because this institution needs to endure. president obama banned waterboarding in 2009. presidential candidates donald trump and ted cruz have suggested bringing the practice back if needed. the terror cell that carried out the attack in a brussels originally planned to attack paris. prosecutors say that information is coming from mohamed abrini, the only surviving terrorist from the brussels airport bombing. he says the group planned to
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paris, however the arrest of salah abdeslam sped up their time line for an attack. abrini is now charged with mass murder in brussels and paris. i'm angie golf here at the live desk with a new poll just into the live desk. take a look, in the apgsk poll, hillary clinton has the edge on donald trump on several issues that range from immigration to health care. but that lead is slimmer when it comes to the question of who is better to protect the country. just a six point difference there. when asked who would be best at making america great, clinton with the edge here, 33%. backing to trump's 28%. and in the end, clinton and trump remain favorites for a faceoff in the fall. margin of error of plus and minus 3.3% for this latest poll. aaron. coming up on 16 after the hour. developing now, u.s. coast guard helicoptertt
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it turned out to be one of two missing kayakers. a 22-year-old is still miss ppg the coast guard will continue its search for that man and will expand the search area. marriage could make a difference in your health. that is according to a new study from the cancer prevention institute of california. the study found unmarried men were 27% more likely to die of cancer than married man. unmarried women had 19% higher chance. researchers say it's probably more than just love. mattered couples tend to have better financial resources along with private health insurance. so maybe you help each other remember to go to the doctor and stuff like that. another new study this one about your children's health. it says children living in rural areas are five times more likely to live somewhere without adequate medical services. that means they're more likely to be readmitted to the hospital even one visit usually costs more. the study came out of
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university. how students can get to and from school more safely is on the agenda in montgomery county. the county council's education committee meets this afternoon in rockville. members will talk through bus routes and the addition of two new crossing guard positions recommended in the county exec i have's 2017 budget. so did you do a good deed officer the weover the weekend? you were part of the 1.5 million worldwide who took part in good deeds day. >> here in our area, thousands of volunteers spent their sunday helping others. it included everything from making senior care packages to cleaning up local parks. something small makes all the difference. everyone can get involved. a new push for permanent security cameras at commuter lots to keeping your cars untouched, we told you the first time several cars were targeted at the horn er road commuter l
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is trying to get a petition signed to funds cameras for the lot. the money would come from the fees food trucks pay. man caught on camera writing in to a five guys restaurant to make a hamburger. d.c. police sent us this video. they're looking for this guy. they say the thief followed a delivery guy into the five guys on irving street northwest friday morning, that's in columbia heights. he waited for the delivery than to leave and then started flipping burgers. at least one. maybe two there on the grill. >> well, if you're really hungry. >> you can also see the guy was on the phone while he was making his burger. he left the restaurant with that burger and a bottle of water. still burglary. police are looking for him will p. >> and i can relate to really wanting a cheeseburger. but you have to pay for it. you will see a lot of people rocking the red around town today. >> the nhl playoffs only a couple of days aw
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hockey this year. they play thursday night. today the team is going to paint the ice at the verizon center. on wednesday, there will be a rally for fans about in mournt mount vernon square. and they're tweeting out clues for the rockcavenger hunt. and you can get playoff tickets. if you find one of the letters, you will win two tickets to the first home game in the playoffs. >> go caps. we need to bring the stanley cup home. >> it really is just that simple. >> and we have the team, we have the strength, we have what it takes, right, chuck bell? >> absolutely. maybe you're right, maybe this is the year of the stanley cup finally inside the beltway. beautiful weather? not so much on a monday morning. here is the upside, though.
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it's nowhere near as cold. temperatures right now are 15 to 25 or 30 degrees warmer than the same time yesterday morning. so a big step up in temperatures, although does come with cloudy skies as you can see over our tower cam and under those clouds, we are picking up a lot in the way of light rain. not going to be a total washout of a day, but it will be a wet start this morning. notice this dry patch here down across parts of central virginia. that dry patch is generally speaking moving in our direction. so with time, we'll be able to get the raindrops out of here probably at the tail end of the morning commute here up to about lunchtime. and then we'll dry out there after. here is future weather. by 6:00 a.m., light to moderate rain just about everywhere. but by 10:00 this morning, most of the rain over, maybe a few lingering showers up towards hagerstown and martinsburg. by 1:00 this afternoon, dry here in the washington area and sunshine breaking out for areas just down to the south. so walwaldorf, stafford, you'llt more sunsh
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maryland. but everyone should be dry by 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon. it will be a good night for baseball tonight. braves are in town, so a critical battle in our division. so hopefully we'll be able to pull that one out with a win. hour by hour then for today, showers giving way to breezy conditions and mild by later on this afternoon. going to be raining again for tomorrow. in fact most of the day tomorrow is looking fairly wet. but it's a monday and that means you're already thinking about the weekend. saturday and sunday this coming weekend look a-okay. temperatures upper 60s to near 70 degrees. that will be nice. how are the roads holding up on a monday morning? they are nice and wet. you can see the beltway here and all of the main routes in and out of town, and, yes, covered by rain falling right now. so right now no major be problems. let's take a look around town. 270 at shady grove road, northbound, southbound, they are wet and slick. you'll have
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shee shee shield wipers in spots. 50 in and out of town rolling along quite nicely here this morning. 66 at compton road, same situation where it is just a little bit wet and you have some of that spray coming down right now this morning. taking a look at 95 when you're talking about the distance here or the time it will take you to get from quantico to the beltway, that is about 18 minutes, so you are on time inside the beltway up 395 looking good, as well. i'll be back in ten minutes. a close call as a plane makes an emergency landing in a neighborhood. the remarkable crash the pilot end a pass
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108 died. more hurt or burned. five people police detained are all employee of a fireworks company. two people survived their plane crashing into a neighborhood street. you can see the plane was badly damaged. it went down shortly after takeoff on long island yesterday. the plane clipped a tree and a utility pole and crashed. the pilot was rushed to the hospital in serious condition with a head injury. the passenger was also hurt. well, it's not going to be as cold, but that didn't mean we're out of the clef of the-cl the clear. chuck is updating the forecast. and how underdog candidates are quickly gaining ground as the battle for delegates gets even closer. and a new arrest in a
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here, we have finally trade the told for the rain. rain chances here this morning and another pretty solid chance for rain on your tuesday. the week ahead, on the whole though it will be drying out will stay a bit cooler than average and there is at the least one day on the seven day that has a 70 on it. that is coming up the 7 day is at 5:51. there you can see lots of rain on the radar here early this morning. temperatures are in the mid to upper 40s, so not that much colder than we were for highs yesterday. and the rain should be over about lunchtime today and temperatures will recover about mid to upper 60s today. melissa, that will be a nice day indeed. temperatures mid to upper 60s today, that's good stuff, but i know raindrops has a tendency to cause slowdowns. >> probably in the next 30 or 40 minutes. right now you can see all of the rain falling. inner loop and outer loop, everything looking quite good. we don't have any big problems here. 270 south from 70 to the spur, you can see a couple
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slowdowns up top headed southbound and then you're clear all the way down to the spur. we'll take a look at travel times coming up. it's 5:31 now. where he turn to decision 2016. it's once again the underdog candidates with the momentum from the weekend. senator bernie sanders won the democratic caucus in wyoming on saturday while senator ted cruz dominated the race on delegates in colorado. tracie potts is live on capitol hill now with more on this. senator cruz took all the delegates in colorado. >> reporter: he did, but he's not doing that well in new york where he's polling third. so he's already shifting his focus to california which is the next big state. all the other candidates will be in this morning today, including donald trump who is claiming that the system is stacked against him because of what happened in colorado. by the way john kasich also in new york today. kasich is going has had one of his biggest es yet p but donald trump is the one everyone is focusing on because right now
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>> if we look at the democratic side, both bernie sanders and hillary clinton also in new york today. >> reporter: and you will hear a lot more about gun violence, this is an issue that they have gone back and forth on. she's got a long island event today where she will likely take the event to again say it was bernie sanders who voted against holding manufacturers liable when someone is hurt with a gun. we've also got bernie sanders now walking back those comments about whether she's qualified to focus in on whether she has good judgment to be president of the united states. he's also got a new ad out where he's really trying to hammer in the fact that he was born and raised in brooklyn. trying to get the home state vote. >> tracie potts on the hill for us. thank you. 5:32 now. stupid and worthless, that is what donald trump is calling "the boston globe" after its sunday edition gave its satirical glimpse says america would look like if trump
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president. the fake front page is about trump calling for deportations. trump called it a, quote, totally dishonest story. as candidates fight for the white house, president obama weighs in on the controversy over hillary clinton's e-mails. in a rare interview with fox news channel, the president discussed the investigation with chris wallace. >> i continue to believe that she has not jeopardized america's national security. now, what i've also said is that, and she's acknowledged, that there is a carelessness in terms of managing e-mails that she has owned. and she recognizes it. >> president obama reiterated he will not interfere with the justice department's investigation into clinton's use of private e-mail while she was secretary of state. developing this morning, police have arrested a 22-year-old man in connection with the louisiana shooting that killed twco
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baton rouge police say ernest felton opened fire early sunday morning after leaving a party. the students were caught in the crossfire. d.c.ed a hin straight tors are expect an earful over planning to build homeless shelters. some neighbors are not happy with mayor bowser's proposal, it closes the d.c. general family homeless shelter and creates short term housing facilities in each of the city's wards. people who live in ward one are invited to a community meeting at the reed center community room in northwest washington, it starts at 6:30. and now to fairfax county where leaders will also discuss plans for the homeless. county officials want to build a bailey's shelter for homeless adults on north chambliss street. it will serve 50 men and women for four or five years. the community meeting on the plan begins at peace lutheran church tonight at 7:00. one person was hurt when this suv crashed into a car
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kenilworth avenue. the driver jumped the curb andened anden ended up inside the building. only one customer there and is expected to be okay. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a house fire in prince george's county. nine adults and four children were there when the fire started sunday morning. investigators say they saw fire coming from the basement and the roof when they arrived. no one was seriously hurt. service workers are finding a place for the 13 displaced people. extending the i-395 express lanes will likely affect your drive to work. vdot is holding a community meeting tonight at 6:30 inside the wakefield high school cafeteria in arlington. the project will extend the 395 express lanes from the edsall road exit to the d.c. line. the whole project is expected to be done next year. getting warmer outside, but the roads may be
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5:39. a major meltdown -- just calm down. >> hard to believe what happened to this poor guy. >> and that means there is a brand new greene jacket winner this morning. >> english golfer danny willett took the prize after jordan spieth pretty much gave the tournament away. here he is and he was leading until he shot a quadruple bogey. i mean, everyone said he was going to be the youngest to win two in a row. he was going to break all these records. he was -- the only one to win two in a row only having been -- done it three times. so many of the statistics. and he just completely had an epic meltdown. it was crazy. >> but isn't that how sports works? all the skill, practice, fine. sometimes you just have a bad day. or a good day. >> exactly. it was a special day for a few other golfers who
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take a look. first shot hits the green and slowly, slowly makes its way right there. boom. second shot was a lot like the first. and then it happened a third time. after the third time, i'm thinking something is up, right? this doesn't happen. hole in one is a once in a lifetime kind of thing. i'm not a golf expert, but i know jordan spieth should have won. weather and traffic on the 1s. chuck bell tracking some rain, trying to help us figure out what the kid shoes do this morning. >> that's right, al be a hole in one in the weather department this morning, raindrops on everyone's doorstep here this morning. grab the umbrella on your way out the door. it's a little chilly, as well. temperatures in the mid-40s right now with a light rain. things will be drying out with time. after lunchtime today, should get a little sunshine back. going to give recess a c, but coming home, temperatures mid
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upper 60s. so you need your jacket and umbrella, but not a day completely lost to the raindrops. tomorrow maybe. more about that coming up. brand new crash on the beltway, this is the outer loop just after 50. crash in the center of the roadway. also have a problem 95 north in maryland before scaggsville road. accident there. units responding is what we're hearing. orange, blue, silver lines right now l'enfant plaza two entrances shut down. more on that coming up. 270 south germantown to the spur, you're on time. top of the beltway on time, as well. 66 inbound, just ten minutes. and quantico to the beltway, 24. so again, on time. i'll see you back here in a couple minute and remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. dust so thick drivers could barely see in front of them. the dangerous situation as police try to clear a major
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a suispect shot by police in laurel. what we're finding out about what led to a dangerous situation near a shopping plaza. and a local sheriff arrested. what we're learning about an incident involving anne arundel county's top officer. and what to expect for today, we're starting out with raindrops this morning. but it will be milder and dry by later on this afternoon. a bit of a south breeze, as well. give you the details coming up in the 7 day. and we have the rain on the roadways. might be slowing some folks down this morning. outer loop after 50, crash in the center of the roadway. we can see a little bit of a slowdown there 95 north at scaggsville, crash reported there, but actually looking pretty good.
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if you take metro, this just in. this notification that you won't be able to enter the l'enfant plaza station at 8th and d streets. this is closed we're being told because of a power outage. not the sure what the problem exactly is, but we're making calls on that trying to get a time when everything will be fixed. meanwhile you will want to use the 7th street and maryland entrance for now. 5:46. if you're driving through northwest d.c. now, you'll want to pay attention to what lane you're in. >> that is because there are new bus lanes in the district. kristin wright is live on georgia avenue with what drivers need to know. >> reporter: good morning. let me just start by saying that if you are caught driving in these bus lanes, you are out $200. so here's what you need to know. the new bus lanes are on georgia av
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it's three blocks. the lanes are clearly marked bus only. now this, is supposed to help out transit buses, school buses, charter buses, and cabs. cabs with passengers i should say. it's supposed to help them get through. bicycles keep in mind are also allowed in the bus lane, but you cannot drive or park in the bus lane. the only time you can drive in the bus lane is if you're with to make a turn. you can enter the bus lane about 40 feet or so before that turn. now, the lanes will be enforced starting today, but not on sundays. later this spring, ddot will put down like a red surface to make them even more noticeable to you. but again, the fine we're talking here, people, $200. you don't want do it. eun, aaron, back to you. constructi
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ground work for the purple line gets under way this morning. crews will be busy to replace an existing gas line. you may notice closures around woodmont avenue between elm and bethesda. the work will help make way for the new south entrance which will connect metro riders to the purple line. actual construction of the purple line is expected to start later this year. developing this morning, a columbus, ohio man behind bars after his arrest outside this massive apartment tire. police say he barricaded himself inside before shooting a s.w.a.t. officer. police were trying to serve him a warrant for arson. after that shooting, a fire started but officials have not said what caused it. the s.w.a.t. officer is in critical condition now. senator chuck schumer has introduced a bill that would offer a reward for social media tips that stop a are terror attack. schumer says social media is isis' recruiting weapon ear in the u.s. the bill calls for a minimum $25,000
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that leads to an arrest or conviction in a terror case. schumer says there are thousands of eyes on social media at all times and it will help people come forward. another 7,000 pounds of cargo on board the international space station now. vo of course they don't actually weigh anything out there in space. you're looking at video of the capsule linking up with the isi yesterday. a new inflatable lab is now on board and they will try out different ways to do experiments in work. dozens of crime victims and their families will be honored today in washington. national crime victims east rights week started last night with a walk and vigil in fairfax county. crime survivors and families were among the crowd. professionals discussed hugh different kinds of therapy can help victims heal. >> we understand would a difference dogs and the affection that they bring can bring to the
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we're here to help. >> this is the fourth year for the event in fairfax. national crime victims rights week was started by president reagan in 1981. vre is almost done with a third track construction project at the new spotsylvania station. vre says the work should be done by the end of the month. the nearly $9 million project has taken much longer than expected after vre fired its original contractor for safety violations. well, there is a new president in town, at least at nats park. just at the park. >> we still have a while to go before that happens. herbert hoover is the new racing president this year. and guess what speak won his very first race in his debut yesterday. beginners luck. how long between it take teddy? >> seven seasons. >> and hoover just out of the gate. well, he was president from 1929 to 1933. right when
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started. good for you, herbie. go for it. look at him go. >> it's always fun to watch. >> they're so much fun. 5:51 right now. also fun to watch, chuck bell. >> fun? >> fun. >> i'm just waiting for the other shoe to drop on this conversation. i know that's next. we were actually able to play a little baseball yesterday and today since the game is tonight and not this morning, i think we can play bhaul again tonight. tomorrow night's game and this is a critical four game series with the atlanta braves. rain is in the forecast but should be ending about the time the game is starting tomorrow and then back to great baseball weather on wednesday. so if you're headed down to the game tonight, first pitch at 7:05. heading down there at 5:00, mostly cloudy and mild. temperatures in the mid-60s. a bit breezy at the first pitch. temperature at 63. by the time you leave the ballpark, b
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under a mostly cloudy sky. we're dealing with raindroping this morning. notice central virginia, southwest virginia, a big spot of dry weather down here. this area of dryness will be our breaks of sunshine by later on this afternoon. so not a complete loss to the rain. heaviest in loudoun county right now. future weather carries this batch of light to moderate rain out of here by 10:00. still could be a few lingering showers along the pennsylvania border up to about lunchtime, but by 1:00, all rain chances are out of the metro and we should all be dry after 2:00, 3:00 this afternoon. may only be for 12 hour, but 12 hours you will at least finish the day off on a mild note and get a baseball game in. highs today hid s mid to upper. tomorrow rain likely to last through the day before drying out late tomorrow night. so maybe tomorrow night's game may have a delay at first. so here iou
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out, 61 with the rain moving right back in on us for tomorrow. and then we're back to full sunshine for wednesday, thursday and friday. still cooler than average for the work and school week, but near 70 and dry just in time for the weekend. raindrops in prince george's county, that may mean a snag in the traffic department. >> might mean a snag here. outer loop after 52, left lane the only thing getting by that crash. we're sending chopper to see from above. right now a two mile backup. 95 north at scaggsville road, northbound and southbound looking pretty good. had report of an accident there, doesn't seem to really be impacting traffic too much right now. beltway at route 1 here, you can see inner loop and outer loop moving okay. 270 south we're slow here very likely because of the heavier bands of rain. going 30 miles per hour coming out of frederick. it is now 5:53. later this morning, we'll hear from a woman whose
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against clarence thomas nearly derailed his supreme court nomination 25 years ago. anita hill said clarence thomas sexually harassed her while they worked together in the office for civil rights. after much debate, thomas was confirmed as supreme court justice. here is a preview of her interview with savannah guthrie. >> are you at peace with your role on history is this. >> i'm at peace with my role in history. i don't think i have to become at peace with him being on the supreme court. i think what we have to do, though, is to understand why my testimony and my experience, why that was so important to the integrity of the court and why it spoke directly to the character of the nominee at the time. >> hill's testimony is now the subject of an hbo film staring kerry washington. you can see the entire
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with a van thin a around 7:30 ts morning. today montgomery county will discuss how students can get to and from school more safely. the education committee meets this afternoon in rockville. members will talk through bus routes and the addition of two new crossing guard positions recommended in the 2017 budget. san francisco is set to become the first city to require parental leave at full pay for six weeks for both parents. that is welcome news not only for san francisco families, the requirement could also affect how other cities and states ham parental leave. >> today he's starting to reach. if i had to go back to work sooner, i would not see that. >> its see excellent for low wage workers. full pay is something they desperately need. in currently only four states
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rental leave. many small business owners say the expense could discourage people from opening and keeping businesses operating in san francisco. good morning. i'm landon dowdy at cnbc. a wave of new gadgets could lower your car insurance bill in the next few years. the financial times reports that new research suggests that the growing use of collision warning systems, blind spot information and parking assistance will be so successful in cutting accidents that insurers will have little choice but to lower their rates. car insurance accounts for more than a third of the overall property and casualty insurance market. with your cnbc morning morning business report, i'm landon dowdy. a warning for all the procrastinators out there. next week federal taxes are due. creeps up on us every year. you have until midnight on monday april 18 to get your fors into the irs. survey show that if you haven't filed already will, are you behind most americans. 86% of peopl
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filed. according to a survey by retailmenot.com, many of them had help from and online tax prep program. one more week. one person is dead after this dust storm in northeast arkansas. take a look. high winds and low visibility caused two separate multicar crashes. one person died in one of those crashes. several other people were hurt. we just found out what a burglary suspect caught trying to run around from the scene mere in laurel. myive report coming up lne
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a developing situation in laurel. here is a live look at the scene. we're live with what happened and the impact it's having on traffic in the area. may have pain dry when you went to bed, but that's not case as you're getting your monday morning started. raindrop as wait you on the front porch this morning. i'll let you know whether they will be bothering you all day long. plus playoff fever this d.c. this morning as the caps prepare for their quest for the cup. the event that will have people running all around the district in the day ahead. but first, storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell has your out the door forecast. good morning, everybody. heaviest rain is in frederick and carroll count.
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over the beltway early this morning. so you'll need your umbrella and a relatively warm jacket. however nowhere near as cold this morning. temperatures in the mid to upper 40s and the way the next 24 hours are breaking down, keep the umbrella handy. it will rain on you first thing this morning. it will be dry for this afternoon and into this evening. but more rain comes right bag on us first thing tomorrow morning. so umbrellas required here for at least the first two days of the week. we'll talk about the rest of the weekend coming up. raindrops often mean breaking news if first 4 traffic. breaking news on the roads. take a look, chopper 4 over this problem, this is the outer loop at 50. they just got these two right lanes open and folk off to the right side of the road. about a 3 mile backup approaching route 50 this morning. so again two left lanes were getting by, it looks like we're all open now, just quite slow and jammed. orange, blue, silver

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