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plus the more they learn, the scarier the qvc beco zika v becomes. chilling words from the centers for disease control and the action they say must be taken quickly. but first chuck bell has your out the door forecast. good morning. welcome to tuesday. just like we had yesterday, we will deal with raindrops this morning and clearing out by later this afternoon. and it is mild on your way out the door. temperatures are in the low to mid 60s right now. 62 in washington, 64 this reston and also 64 in springfield, virginia. light rain showers just about all corners of the capital beltway now. but by later this afternoon, things will start to improve once again. so here is how the next 24 hours are looking from umbrellas to wind breakers. umbrellas this morning, 7:00 a.m. temperatures low to mid-60s. 7:00 tonight, breezy and cooler in the upper 50s. if you're going to thse
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and on the cold side, upper 30s to near 40 by this time tomorrow morning, but that comes with sunshine. and now new trouble on the commute. bringing news on the roads here. big problem 95 northbound at franconia springfield parkway, we now have a five mile backup. this has grown very quickly. you only have the right side of the roadway getting by that one right lane. no word on how quickly this might be out of the way. we'll send chopper. red line delays to shady grow because of a malfunction at woodley park. inner loop after st. barnabas, crash on the left side. 301 north at pointer ridge road, left lane blocked there. you can see the rain all over the place. 270 at old hundred, it is raining especially northern part of 270 making for a messy morning commute. going to talk more about the breaking news coming up. and d.c. police just confiran
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metro station that left a 15-year-old dead. let's check in with molette green live now with new information. >> reporter: good morning. we just got this new information about 30 minutes ago. we got confirmation from police, they arrested an 18-year-old northeast man in the stabbing that the deanwood metro. later today, we expect to hear more from police, a possible motive in the case. john evans is the second teenager killed it at the deanwood station in as many weeks. he was just 15 years old. his family tells us he was in town only to make a court appearance. but all of that came to an end when someone stabbed him as he made his way through a fare gate and headed toward an escalator. his mother spoke to us after learning what happened to her son. >> just took a part of me
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can't get back. i'm sure take there is no good reason he would tell me why he did it.take there is no good reason he would tell me why he did it. i pray for him and i pray for his mom. >> evans' stabbing comes just three weeks after another teen was killed at the deanwood station. shot and killed there. it was an arrest made in that case. and both of these cases, there have been concerns raised about the lack of a police presence at the deanwood metro. again, we're outside police headquarters where later today d.c. police are expected to give more details in this arrest. back to you. breaking new tails abodetai brussels terror attacks. angie goff is at the live desk. >> two men tied reportedly to this apartment that served as a hide outto one of the suicide bomb irs. also hearing that o
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was supposed to blow positihims but didn't follow through with the plan. both charged with terrorist murders and accomplice. 32 people died in the two attacks in brussels on that day last month. he is accused of beating up his wife, but today the anne arundel county sheriff plans on go back to work. sheriff bateman says he will only handle administrative tasks. police charged bateman with second degree assault after finding his wife with injuries to her face at the family home on sunday night. the share river denied the attacking his wife. parents of officer noah leotta recognized for helping pass one of the toughest drunk driving laws in the country. at the final hour, maryland state lawmakers passed noah's law named in honor of police officer noah leotta who was hit and killed by a
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driver. the bill requires anyone convicted of drunk driving with a 0.08 or higher blood alcohol level to have an ignition interlock device in their car. >> he's a hero in all of this. i just had to do this for noah. i said that, you heard me say that a long time ago. and i would always fight for him. >> as part of noah's law, if someone refuses a breathalyzer test, they will either have to install an interlock for nine months or have their license suspended for that time. all the bill needs now is governor hogan's signature. and noah's law came at the end of a marathon final day for lawmaker. the general assembly also passed a new criminal justice reform bill, that aims to reduce sentences for nonviolent drug offenders and focus on treatment. a plan to change how officers in maryland are hired, trained and disciplined also
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today to celebrate equal pay day, president obama will designate a new national monument to honor the women equality movement. the belmont house served as headquarters for the national women's party since 1929. today it becomes the belmont paul women's equality national monument named for alva belmont and alice paul. and today hundreds plan to protest for a second day in a row, 400 members of the group democracy spring were arrested yesterday and capitol police are bracing to make more arrests came. the group wants lawmakers to vote on campaign finance reform. they say money has too much influence on elections and congress needs to protect american voting rights. the group is planning sit-ins all week. 6:06 now. governor mcauliffe is vetoing legislation that would allow the electric chair as the method of execution. instead, mcauliffe proposed to keep the names of
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supply lethal injection drugs secret. he says yesterday's proposal would protect the businesses from public scrutiny, perhaps making the drugs more readily available. two people will receive awards for their help in the arrest of jesse matthew jr. last month the charlottesville man pled guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of both morgan harrington and hannah graham. yesterday we learned a local crime stoppers branch will award a shtwo residents who helped le to his arrest. a prince george's county school will be closed for the day. there is a water main break in clinton, maryland. school district says surrattsville high school has been closed for today. making ends meet while out on maternity leave. a growing trend among mothers. also ahead, a pair of metro stations may soon have new names. the changes that could be made and why ride
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and breaking news on the roads, a major backup on 95 in virginia. de'll have
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95 northbound in virginia, we just got all of the vehicles off to the left side. it is still slow for about five miles headed northbound there. it's a little slow through woodbridge, it opens up and then gets slow again. southbound bw parkway at 450, police activity. re red line delays at shady grove. 270 looking good. of 66, you're on .
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95 take a look, an hour and a half just a mess as you're headed northbound. remember listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop this your car for the latest specifically especially on this problem. a 98 minute commute, that is ugly. right now the update on the weather is that it is cloudy, mild and it is wet outside. camera views show all cloudy skies and radar tracking light to pockets of briefly moderate rain. steadiest right at the heart of northern montgomery county, right over central portions of prince george's county, as well. so have your umbrellas with you. your commuter forecast mild and showery. temperatures mid-60s this morning. clearing out turning breezy and cooler this afternoon. temperatures falling back into the upper 50s to near 60. a look at the weekend in ten micht minutes. federal health officials say the zika virus is even scarier than originally thought. researchers now say unborn ie
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pregnancy rather than just the first trimester. the mosquitos that carry the virus have now been found in 30 states including d.c., maryland and virginia. the biggest risk may be for pregnant women along the gulf course. >> houston, new orleans, maybe tampa, we are highly vulnerable to seeing zika virus transmission. >> the more and more we learn, the more and more you get concerned about the scope of what the virus is doing. >> health officials say they don't anticipate a widespread zika virus in the u.s., but everyone needs to be prepared and he had indica educated. cardell hayes is accused of willing will smith. the suspect's attorney says another car hit hayes first and hayes was following smith to get information. the former nfl player was shot six times
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an update to the story out of texas where police officer was accused of slamming a sixth fwrader to the ground. the officer has been fired. the superintendent of the school district said what the officer did was, quote, absolutely unwarranted and fired him. the district also said the officers report didn't tell the whole story. the student was not seriously hurt. a southeast neighborhood shaken by the shooting of a little girl received some good news. d.c. mayor muriel bowser visited residents last night to announce the arrest of 27-year-old michael wiggins. police say a stray bullet from his gun hit a 7-year-old girl last friday on knox place. she is still in the hospital in fair condition. the secret service says he tried to jump the white house fence last mocht anth and now a arrest warrant has been issued for jose fuertes for not showing up to dourt. he was arrested on bike racks
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that serve as a barrier. he was charged with a misdemeanor. today adam thiel will be named philadelphia's new fire ghigsner. he's the virginia deputy secretary of public safety and home lachd security right now. before that he was the alexandria fire chief for about seven years. we're monitoring what could be a critical meeting in the nomination process for supreme court nominee merrick garland. judge garland will meet with senate judiciary committee dhar than chuck grassley this morning. grassley has the power to decide whether the senate will hold a confirmation hearing for the supreme court nominee. many republicans say president obama should not be allowed to fill antonin scalia's seat. retired navy destroyer scheduled to be scrapped, we now know when the display ship barry will be kochoez. it will be saty
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increased security has made it more and more difficult for tourists to visit the ship. to metro station names help you figure out where you're going? adam tuss tells us why the rans its agency is thinking about a couple of name changes. >> reporter: with all that is going on with metro these day, you might be saying a name change isn't the most important thing on the books. but two pretty busy stations could be getting name changes according to a presentation this thursday. one right here at foggy bottom, they would like to add kennedy center to the name of the metro station here to give it more of a sense of place. and the other station name that could be changing, national mall, they want to add that to the smithsonian station to see if that would work and make it information a clearer understanding and examination for riders. these name changes come up periodically. we'll see if they get approved. if they do, they wouldn't take effect for a couple years when the next phase of the s
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line comes on line. in northwest, adam tuss, news 4. there is now evidence of brain injuries in living nfl veterans. according for new research by the american academy of neurology, 17 out of 43 retired football players who were tested showed signs of traumatic brain injury. this is the first time any research has used living players. one way of reducing the danger is eliminating tackling during practices. a step some ivy league football programs are already taking. in ne"news 4 your health," you smoke, you may have a tough time finding a job and when you do, you may earn less than nonsmokers. researches at stanford university say smokers earned about $8,000 less per year than those who did not smoke. the results also showed nonsmokers were 24% more likely to get a job. the study took into consideration other factors including sex, criminal history, a person's access to stable housing. so not all women get paid maternity leave and that is
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up go fund me accounts to raise money so that they can take time off work after they have their baby. critics say if the woman cannot afford to have a baby, maybe she should wait. olivia sterns shares both sides of the story ahead on the "today" show. there are some countries including parts of scandinavia where women get a whole year paid maternity leave and the argument is that they create a better workforce and happier workforce an ultimately create better products because of the happiness at the workplace. >> interesting that when you don't have that option, there are other ways that people are getting creative to try to make up the loss of working. let's check your forecast now. 6:19 about on this tuesday morning. chuck bell, we like your smile today because we know -- and then you hold up the umbrella. >> he was going on such a
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reminder for everyone, this is what you need first thing this morning. you won't need it all day. by later this afternoon, we'll turn morning raindrops in to afternoon rays of sunshine. but we won't get the big warm-up. 73 yesterday afternoon, and today the warmest part of the day is right now. temperatures in the low to mid-60s already. if you're head willed out for a walk or jog, it will be a wet start, but it will be breezy and dry. so if you have a choice between running in the rain this morning or in the dryness this afternoon, make your pick. outside storm team 4 radar here, light rain showers starting to taper off in far western maryland. gladly that drying trend will reach us here in the metro, as well. but light pockets of rain go all the way down into southern maryland and northern neck. not raining all that hard. here is you're high resolution computer model to help you with
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by 8:00 this morning, most of the rain will be out of the shenandoah valley by 8:00 or 9:00 this morning at the latest. by about 10:00 or 11:00, rain starting to taper off in the northern or western suburbs. here is noontime now, rain tapering off in the metro, but steady showers continue up to about 1:00 or 2:00 this afternoon for st. mary's and southern calvert county. but even there, you should be back to sunshine by 4:00, 5:00 this afternoon. skies clear out overnight and it will be a way colder morning tomorrow than it is now. 63 now and showery and mild here for the remainder of the morning. clearing out, breezy and cooler temperatures falling back into the 50s late this afternoon into this evening. so if you're heading to the baseball game, hoping for another nats win, it will be a chilly one. and by early tomorrow morning, temperatures will be back down this to the 30s and 40s. a little more typical of what we've seen. the rest of the workweek is looking great. better still, your weekend looks even better, sunshine on saturday, highs 66. even nicer on su
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breaking news continues in first 4 traffic. six mile backup, breaking news northbound here on 95, it is a mess this morning. chopper 4 over this accident that is now on the shoulder, it doesn't matter. we still have a massive backup about a all the lanes were blocked just a short time ago. so 95 north at franconia springfield parkway is where this is and we have a six mile backup. northbound near triangltriangle crash. and very slow. # 01 north at pointer ridge drive, left lane blocked. inner loop after st. barnabas, a crash but stdoesn't look too ba. 270 at old run, it looks slow. we do have rain falling across the area. adding to these messes this morning. we'll take a look again at this problem on 95 at 6:31. new push to
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of low paid workers in our area. what montgomery county leaders hope to raise the minimum wage to and when it could take effect. but first, not the kind of road you want to find yourself driving on. look at that hole. a camera is rolling as a sinkhole opens up in the middle of the street. delores kelley: although we were all one maryland, our schools weren't treated the same way. narrator: with neighborhoods getting unequal funding for schools, something had to be done for our children. kelley: it didn't matter where chris was from. he knew that we couldn't
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leave a child having less just because they lived in a region that was poor. joanne benson: he has not just talked about it. he is going to stand tall for all children to succeed. i'm chris van hollen, and i approved this message.
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the cleanup is under way in parts of arkansas after severe storms. strong thunderstorms and hail pounded central and southern parts of the state. more than 6,000 people lost power during the storm. we just checked, and it looks like about 1500 people are still without power. it's a good thing nobody was in the middle of this this road in central california. it collapsed. take a closer look at the sinkhole here getting bigger. it's a 15-foot deep hole you're looking at there in the city of madera. if you look closely, you can see some fragles down there dancing --
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>> i was going to ask you, what is down there? >> shark maybe. there is a sewer line apparently and so that and maybe heavy rain may be what caused the road to collapse. a frightening emergency landing. the plane small wheels collapsed on the runway in glendale, arizona and the nose slides right into the ground. there were two people on board, but neither was hurt. the plane also did not have any serious damage. more than just your morning latte. the new menu items at starbucks in an effort to get you to stop by after your day at the office. all right and i'm kristin wright live in montgomery county where the fight for a $15 minimum wage is taking a big step today. i'll tell you exactly what that is. storm team 4 x 4 is watching conditions for you on the roads right now. look at all those brake lights. another round of showers pushes through your commute. chuck bell has the four
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d.c. police have are arrested an 18-year-old in that deadly stabbing at the deanwood metro station. the suspect's name has not been released. police say the suspect be stabbed 15-year-old john evans inside the station. he died later at the hospital. evans is the second 15-year-old to die from violence at the same metro station in less than three week. and breaking news on the roesd. here is melissa mollett with more. >> massive backups. now we're at 7 miles, slow to seven miles as you're heading on 95 northbound. the problem was franconia springfield parkway. chopper showing us those big delays in the main lane. might want to consider paying for the express lanes today. earlier we were taking a look at travel times. we'll do that again in ten minutes. it was an hour and a half from quantico to the beltway, just allow extra time. 95 a
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crash on the left shoulder. route 1 does not look bad if you want to try that instead before beltway overall, no major problems right now. you can see the green here the rain falling across the area. 301 at north pointer ridge drive, left lane blocked. 270 at shady grove, seeing wet roads. raindrops falling for the next several hours, so grab your umbrella. you don't need your warm rain coat, though. it is mild. feels like a summer morning out there. raindrops this morning will give way to sunshine and a bit of a northwesterly breeze this afternoon as it starts to turn cooler once again, it will be a chilly start tomorrow morning. but the days of sun and pollen are just about ready to return. raindrops here is storm team 4 radar, rain just about everywhere around the news 4 nation. as i said, it's a mild one, 65 degrees right now on your way out the door. near 60 at noontime, rain showers will be tapering off from west to east around the lunch hour prks about should be out of southern maryland by 2
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everyone back to sunshine and a bit of a breeze by 4:00. and chilly if you're going down to the nats game tonight, game time temperatures will be in the 50s. talk school day forecast coming up. 6:32. thousands of workers in montgomery county could soon get a raise. county council is introducing a plan that would gradually increase the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. kristin wright live at the shady grove metro station getting some reaction to this news. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of people here at shady grove are minimum wage workers making $9.55 an hour. so they're very interested to see what will happen. the bill would raise the minimum wage to $12.50 in 2018 and then in 2019, it would go up to $13.75 and then the $15 in july of 2020. here is what people here at sha shady grove are saying
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so to see minimum wage go up would be great. >> or you go back to school, you educate yourself so you can move up in the world. as long as you have like a high school diploma, you're not going to be able to succeed in this country. >> reporter: minimum wage in montgomery county is already slated to go up to $10.75 this summer and $11.50 next year. we'll certainly let you know what happens at that meeting today. back to you. when it comes to your bottom line, how much of it you pay in taxes depends on where you live. new rankings show virginia residents have a total tax burden of 7.8% of their income. maryland residents pay nearly 9.4%. a fight inside a waldorf baby shower could havern
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in. 21-year-old say rodrigueze nowlin junior grabbed a rifle from a car after arguing with a man at a baby sure. guests saw what was happening and locked the center doors a someone on the street flagged down officers for help. >> he tried to hide behind a vehicle and the officer was able to call him out. the weapon was eventually recovered. >> investigators say the weapon was reported stolen in north carolina. a former women's basketball coach with ties to maryland has been acquitted on sex abuse charges. bryce mckee was briefly an assistant coach for the university of maryland. but the charges stem from his time at xavier university. a player there accused him of groping her at his home. a kentucky judge found mckee not guilty on those charges. an attorney for the player called the
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u2 singer bono is raising concerns about violent extremism on capitol hill. the musician is testifying today before the senate state and foreign operations subcommittee planning to talk about the role of foreign countries to help fight terrorism. bono will be joined by other security leaders. today in decision 2016, it's all about the fight for delegates. donald trump says the system is rigged against voters. hallie jackson joins us live from studio 1a in new york. >> reporter: good morning. and this morning we're taking a look at the new poll showing trump in this morning right here in this state above 50%. he's hitting 54% support. and if trump does manage to get above 50% statewide, he will sweep the state. and that will make his
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the nomination much easier. it would wipe out his losses in colorado and wisconsin and elsewhere. and if you can tomorrow dominate the northeast states after that he will have an easier sometime before the all-important california primary on june 7. lots to talk about this morning, including trump's continued insistence that the system is rigged against him and now new this morning, a response from the head of the republican party essentially saying rules are rules. we will have a look at all of it coming up on the "today" show. >> hally jaie jackson, looking forward to it. "today" show is next after "news 4 today." they are considered the toughest things on the road in many cases. we'll show you what concerns a new round of crash tests is raising about the safety of some popular pickups. also ahead, you're running out of time to finish the tax return. susan hogan has what you need to know if you owe money this year.
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roads, 95 northbound, a 7 mile tckup as you're approachinghe delores kelley: although we were all one maryland, our schools weren't treated the same way. narrator: with neighborhoods getting unequal funding for schools, something had to be done for our children. kelley: it didn't matter where chris was from. he knew that we couldn't leave a child having less just because they lived in a region that was poor. joanne benson: he has not just talked about it. he is going to stand tall for all children to succeed. i'm chris van hollen,
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for a cup of coffee just because you're a woman. so why does congress think it's ok that women get paid 20% less than a man for doing the same job? i'll fight for pay equity, to protect planned parenthood,
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now some politicians will belittle this as a women's agenda. more proof that we just need more women in congress. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message.
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breaking news, a 7 mile backup 95 north at franconia springfield parkway is where the crash was. ite it's out of the way. route 1 does not look bad if you're headed out sometime soon, might want to think about that. 95 north near try anxioxiouiang on the left shoulder. 395 north at seminary, a crash there slowing things. 270 south not so bad, top of the beltway over to 270, a little slow there. 66 inbound is okay. 95 northbound quantico to the beltway has gotten much better than it was. time now to find out what is happening at starbucks. you can head to starbucks for happy hour. how about that? the caffeinated chain is adding wine and craft beer tohe
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at five spots in the district. i think there is one by the station. i think this means a road trip. the new menu will include small plates including truffle mac and chee cheese. it begins at 4:00 today. >> curiosity gets you in there first thing. apparently they will serve people as opposed to going to the counter and take it. they will serve to your table. >> so maybe you have to tip, though. >> but you won't have people stumbling back and forth. >> the coffee and the wine. >> how many glasses of wine are you planning to having? >> this is at starbucks, you know. >> doesn't take much. chuck bell is in with our forecast. >> we're dealing with raindrops again this morning. but it sure doesn't feel like april, it feels like a june morning out there. temperatures are in the low to mid-60s right now. even with the raindrops, it's raining on all corners of the
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capital beltway. but you don't need the warm rain coat, just need a slicker and umbrella. this afternoon temperatures mid-60s. but sunshine back in the upper fifth to near 60 by the time the kids are coming home from school. a look at the "7-day forecast" which i think you'll like in ten minutes. we're tracking new developments right now in a pair of big stories as we work to get you up to the minute the minute you're up. first, wou what we're learning an arrest made. and two more arrests in the terror
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we're tracking new developments overnight in two big stories you want to know about. first in brussels where two more men are in custody this morning. linked to those terror attacks. the role they are accused of playing in the plots. we also have bringing news here in d.c. where in the last two hours, police confirm they have a suspect in custody for that deadly attack at the deanwood metro station. first trouble on the roads around here. let's go to melissa mollett. >> we have a 7 mile backup 95 north at franconia springfield parkway is where the problem was. it has cleared to the left side of the roadway, but massive backups remain. we're dealing with with light rain again this morning. coming up, i'll time out when
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days in a row we may be sitting in sunshine. stay with us. "7-day forecast" just ahead. it's 6:46 now. breaking news, d.c. police have made an arrest in a stabbing at the deanwood metro station that left a 15-year-old dead. molette green has new information from police headquarters. >> reporter: good morning. just this morning, news 4 confirmed that d.c. police arrested an 18-year-old northeast d.c. man in that stabbing. we're working to find out his name and a possible motive in this case. 15-year-old john evans is the second teenager killed at the deanwood station in as many weeks. stabbed going through a fare gate and headed toward and escalator. his mother spoke about the weight of her loss. >> something i wouldn't want no one to
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to lose a child so early in life that has so much going for them. >> reporter: evans' stabbing comes about three weeks after another teen was killed at that same deanwood metro station shot and killed there. in both cases, people in ward seven have raised concerns about a lack of police presence nearby. that's the latest live from outside d.c. police headquarters. later today we're expecting to get more information about the arrest made in the stabbing death. back to you. >> molette green live for us. thank you. and the anne arundel county sheriff will be back at work today, but only to handle administrative responsibilities. that's because sheriff ronald bateman is accused of beating his wife at their home on sunday. anne arundel county police charged bateman with second degree assault after finding his wife with injuries to her face. the sheriff denies attacking his wife. developing new arrests for the deadly brusselsbi
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that killed dozens of people. news 4's angie goff has the story now from the live desk. maryland will soon have one of the toughest drunk driving laws in the nation thanks to the parents of officer noah leotta. maryland state lawmakers have passed noah's law. all it needs now is governor hogan's signature. montgomery county police officer noah leotta was killed by a suspected drunk driver. this new bill requires anyone convicted of driving drunk with a 0.08 or higher blood alcohol level to have an ignition interlock device in their car. >> noah will always
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with interlocks in everybody's car. noah will be there protecting all of us saving lives. >> as part of noah's law, if someone refuse as breath test, they will either have to install the interlock for nine months or have their license suspended for that time. maryland lawmakers also passed a new criminal justice reform bill. that measure aims to reduce sentences for nonswri le s fosn offenders. and a motion to focus on how officers are hired also passed. governor mcauliffe wants to keep the names of pharmacies that supply lethal injection drugs secret. says the proposal would protect the businesses from public scrutiny perhaps making the drug more readily available. the democratic governor made the suggestion yesterday after vetoing legislation that would allow the electric chair as an alternative
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400 protest yesterday and they want money has too much influence on elections and congress needs to protect american voting rights. the group is planning sit-ins all week. today to celebrate equal pay day, president obama will designate a new national monument to honor the women's equality movement. the belmont house served as headquarters of the national women's party since 1929 and today it becomes the belmont paul women's equality national monument named for activists alva belmont and alice paul. right now prince george's county school closed, county shut down surrattsville high school for the day. we're told there a water main break in the area and the school cannot open until it's fixed. surra surrattsville high school closed for the day. breaking news on the roads. chopper 4 showing you the massive delays 7 mile
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here 95 north, at prince george's county. ahead of prince george's county, franconia springfield, this is where the earlier crash was. you can see crash out of the way, but we're still very slow headed northbound. north after lorton, also an accident there and after triangle, a crash on the left shoulder. so a lot on 95 this morning. route 1 does not look bad if you're looking for an alternate. 95 north -- 395 north at seminary, the crash there invite left lane this morning. 301 north at pointer ridge drive, still have the left lane blocked. new crash downtown in northwest, constitution avenue at 18th street. 270 at montrose road, a bit wet because we still have the rain falling everywhere as you can see the on the map. the green is our radar. right now 270 south at montrose doesn't look so bad. chuck, what will happen with the rain? some. >> it will gradually come to an end with time. most of us will be try short will after lunchtime, but you're right, it's a cloudy
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start. turning breezy and dry by later this afternoon, but temperatures are warmest right now. temperatures will be cooler when you come home later this afternoon. so biggest impact is here on the morning. mild and rainy for the morning hours. clearing out no impact on your outdoor plans for this afternoon or for this evening. eat diner out on your favorite sidewalk cafe or go to the baseball game. there is the rain, the cold front itself just now inching into far western maryland. as it comes through, it will turn the rain off, turn the winds back around to the northwest and bring chillier air back in place. it's in the 60s this morning. tomorrow morning likely to be back into the 30s and 40s. here is the timing of the end of the rain on our future weather here. by 8:00, still pockets of light to moderate rain. but by 9:30, rain coming to apend in the shenandoah valley. by 11:00, rain ending in the northern and western suburbs. later into the morning and early afternoon, by 1:00, most of the rain out of the metro
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2:00. and leaving southern maryland by 2:00, 3:00 this afternoon and skies will clear out quickly. temperatures will stay on the cool side this afternoon. back to near 60 by 4:00. 55 by 7:00 p.m. so if you're going to the baseball game, may want your jacket. it will be in the 50s. but wait until you see the "7-day forecast." this is the last chance for rain for the remainder of the week. falling temperatures today, back to sunshine for tomorrow. 30s in the suburbs next couple of mornings with cool afternoons, but all sunshine all the way into and through the weekend and warmer back into the 70s by sunday. i'm angie goff at the live desks. two more men charged with terrorist offenses in connection with last month's deadly attacks. the men believed to have provided a hideout apartment for one of the bombers. one was reportedly carrying a bomb but did not follow through
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three suicide bombers killed 32 people on that day. police do not expect more information on those charged later today. that's the latest from the live desk. the deadline to file your tx return is now less than a week away. susan hogan has what you need to know if you're panicked about owing money. >> april 18th is this year's tax deadline. so you have a few extra days thanks to the d.c. holiday emancipation day. if you cannot pay what you owe, you need to remember this this. if you file a request for extension by april 18, you have to do it even if you owe taxes. if you don't, the penalty is 5% a month of the amount you -- top of interest and other penalty. if you can afford to pay something, pay it. >> pay it. because that
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interest accruing on the amount that you owe. so the more that you pay, the less that you'll owe in interest. and if you don't know, you really don't have your act together and you don't have any idea how much you owe, at least make an estimate. >> you could also meet your tax obligation by applying for and online payment agreement and pay in monthly installments. you can also find out if you qualify to what is called an offer of compromise. it's a way to settle your tax debt for less than that full amount. and also you can request what is called a temporarily delayed collection until your financial situation improves. whatever you do, do not ignore the fact that you owe money. if you need more tax help and other tax information, just logon to our nbc washington app and search "tax payment." susan hogan, news 4. brand new ratings this morning about how safe some
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pickup trucks are. only a few are acceptable, just one considered good. the insurance institute for highway safety tested seven large pickup trucks, they wanted to see how safe you are when they crash. the new 2016 ford f-150 super cab was the only one considered good. the highest rating across the board. three of the seven were acceptable overall, chevrolet silverado 1500 double cab, the gmc sierra 1500 double cab and the toyota tundra double cab. ram had two trucks rate marginal and was the worst performer in the test. we reached out to ram for comment but with have not recei response. four things to know before you head out, the montgomery county council considering a $15 an hour minimum wage, a plan calls to gradually raise it by 2020. maryland lawmakers have passed noah's law and sent to governor hogan. anyone convicted of driving with a 0.08 or higher blood alcohol
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interlock device. two more men arrested in the deadly brussels bombings. the men rented a hideout apartment for one of the bombers. police have arrested an 18-year-old man for a deadly stabbing at the deeb wood manwo station. this is the second teen death at that station in less than three weeks. and that is the broadcast this morning. thanks for waking up with us. >> the "today" show is next. joseline peña-melnyk for congress... yes! in annapolis, she battled republicans and the nra to pass the toughest gun safety legislation in the country.
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the doors open to planned parenthood. my mom is so tough she's willing to fight anyone who's going to pay him more than us for doing the same job. i'm joseline peña-melnyk, and i approve this message.
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but jamie raskin is the only abdemocrat for congress who led the fight for tougher gun laws. only raskin took on the nra to ban military-style assault weapons. raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message.
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good morning. breaking overnight, a new round of destructive storms in the south, now sweeping east. hail, flooding rains and accidents piling up. team hillary? vice president joe biden raising eyebrows with this comment about the presidential race. >> i would like to see a woman elected. >> an aide quickly cutting him off. >> that's it. >> no, no, no. it's all right. >> biden clarifies he's not endorsing. while donald trump weighs in on the democratic front runner. >> her whole life has been a big, fat, beautiful lie. it's been a terrible, terrible lie. everything about her is a lie. >> this morning, the new poll showing both trump and clinton expanding their leads in new york. >


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