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ahead. plus, i'll tell you why the family of an unarmed man who was shot and killed by a fairfax county police officer is coming to terms with a plea deal that could soon mean that ex-officer is released from jail. back to iraq. i'm scott macfarlane live with the new u.s. mission to stop terror overseas. this afternoon, we're learning new details about a shooting that killed a prince george's county firefighter. >> another firefighter was wounded when they were responding to a call, but the department is finding solace in the words of its fire chief. they both did everything right. >> we are live in landover hills with what we have learned this afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. of course, this was the home fire house of firefighter john you will m ulmschneide ulmschneider. an ambulance like the one he worked on there adorned with flowers. of crs
type of call that firefighters respond to all, but now as we learn today on the other end of all of this there may be some changes in the way these kinds of calls are handled. john ulmschneider was killed and kevin swain is recovering from being shot multiple times. they were all there to check on a brother because the brother had checked on him and wasn't able to get a response. thought there might be medical danger. these welfare checks are common. when the firefighters forced their way in, the person opened fire that they were to check on for now, procedures for these kinds of calls will remain the same. >> typically, if there's no indication of a fire emergency or medical emergency, we wait for police. in this case, there was an indication of a medical ergency. >> reporter: of course, there would be some changes on the other end o
chief bashoor says once the grieving process is farther along, they'll look at those procedures and protocols. he is quite sure on the other end of this there will be some changes in best practices. now coming up on news 4 in the next couple of hours, we have some more information about things this went on in that house and what the investigators will be looking at as they move forward. derrick ward, news 4. >> thanks, derrick. we're also following kwoini developments in brandywine. prince george's county says a man was doing mechanical work on a bulldozer when a piece of equipment fell on him. he is in critical condition. chopper 4 was just over the scene. this happened
a former fairfax county officer admits guilt in a controversy police shooting case. nearly three years ago, adam torres shot an unarmed man, john geer, during a standoff. we are live at the courthouse in fairfax with the sudden plea deal. >> reporter: yeah, well, this play today from now ex-officer adam torres marks the very first ime a fairfax county police officer has been convicted of a crime in connection with the fatal police shooting. even so, some of the victim's family members not happy with this guilty plea. adam torres was facing second-degree murder charges, but he pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. in exchange, prosecutors will recommend a one-year jail term. torres has served eight months awaiting trial.
torres was one of several officers involved in a standoff with john geer back in august of 2013. torres pulled the trigger, even as geer had his empty hands risrise raised over his head. geer's partner says she was very worried about the couple's oldest daughter having to testify at trial. the guilty plea still accomplishes important goals for him and the geer's family. >> i wanted him to be convicted of a felony. i wanted him to serve time. i wanted him to not be a police officer anymore. wanted her and her daughter to have some sense that justice was done. though it is not a perfect or ideal situation. >> reporter: john geer's mother is adamantly opposed to this plea deal. she thinks adam torres should spend the rest of his life in
father about his mixed emotions over this plea deal and you'll hear adam torres' apology to the geer family. news 4. i'm scott macfarlane at the live desk with an update on the government announcement in the u.s. fight against isis. ash carter will send an additional 200 u.s. troops in iraq to help iraqi forces regain control of the key city of mosul. take a listen. >> does that put more americans at higher risk? >> the iraqis are still in the lead. that doesn't change. lester, americans are at risk today every single day here. i want our troops to be effective, but i want them also to be as safe as possible. >> more of lester holt's
defense secretary on iraq strategy at 7:00. back to you. thank you, scott. the crucial new york primary is tomorrow, but one candidate is already looking ahead to voters right here in our area. republican senator ted cruz just wrapped up a rally in townsend calling maryland a battleground in the republican race. now maryland's primary is a week from tomorrow. ohio governor john kasich trails cruz and trump, but he's going to be in bethesda tomorrow afternoon trying to drum up support. the latest poll shows the democratic candidates virtually neck and neck. hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by just two percentage points with a margin of error about 5%.
points from a month ago. hundreds of families, including many from our area, rallied outside the supreme court today, making an emotional plea to stay together in the states. there's already word the court appears to be divided on the issue. news 4's chris gordon has more on what's at stake. >> reporter: right outside the u.s. supreme court is filled with families. the children, many of them are here legally, but their parents face the possibility of deportation at any time. >> we have 77,000 members. about 700 of our members are here today. >> families are going to be deported. i'm sorry, but you came up here illeg illegally. you took a risk. now you've been caught. >> reporter: ahead what some parents say is their biggest fear as they wait for this supreme court decision.
you will be placed under arrest. this is your first warning. >> for the eighth day in a row, hundreds of democracy spring o protesters are once again willing to risk arrest for their cause. [000:11:34;00] 300 were taken into custody this morning. the group is calling on congress to pass legislation to protect voting rights and stop the use of big money in public campaigns. some advocates say they will try to meet and lobby lawmakers sometime today. 1200 have been arrested since these daily protests started last monday. win for the record books at
the boston marathon t >> ethiopian racers took the top spots in the men and women's races. >> and there she is. >> the top time was 2 hours 29 minutes. i once ran a marathon in twice that time. 2 hours 12 minutes was the winning time for the men. all in all, just a beautiful day to run. >> i am excited. this is a fantastic course. great crowd support. >> my first time in boston. i'm very happy to run in boston. >> after mark walberg was spotted at the marathon finish line, he was dressed as a boston police officer filming for a movie. it hasn't rained back here in the washington area in days, but thousands of people have more rain than they know what to do with. where folks are being warned to
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message. narrator: an attack ad from the campaign for donna edwards. so untrue. so outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white house called the ad on chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same position. the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards. will she say anything to win an election? developing right now, first at 4 rescue teams are starting to arrive in ecuador to help find people who may be trapped
under the rubble the powerful destroyed roads, homes, and lives. at least 350 people were killed. 2,000 more were hurt, and those numbers are expected to climb. it was the most powerful quake to rattle ecuador in decades. strong enough to be felt 100 miles away. secretary of state john kerry says the u.s. will help in any way possible. a north carolina woman maybe among the missing. gentry runs a small business in ecuador. it's located in the town hardest hit by the quake. her family says they haven't heard from her. however, some people told media outlets they saw her possibly headed to nearby hills to try to seek shelter. her family hasn't been able to confirm that. a bank robber is on the loose right now in alexandria.
the man passed a note at the sun trust bank shortly after 10:00 off. a nearby elementary school went on lockdown during the search. right now, folks are houston are dealing with a severe weather emergency. some residents have been wading through floodwaters waist high. more than 20 inches of rain have inundated this system just since yesterday. those storms are blamed for two deaths so far and tens of thousands of people across texas are being told right now to stay inside. as jay gray reports, the threat of more severe weather still looms over the area. >> reporter: the attack from mother nature has been relentless. high wind, hail, and rains soaking much of the mid and southwest. in some areas 20 inches of water or more. >> it's been raining, and my street is currently a river. >> reporter: some of the most
severe weather is in houston, where officials have level 2 state of emergency. cars are stranded across the city. hundreds along interstate 45 shut down by the storm. power lines are down leaving thousands in the dark. >> we are experiencing a power outage here at the station. >> reporter: including our nbc affiliate, knocked off the air for several hours, but still reporting online until power was restored at the station this afternoon. just outside san antonio, a lightning strike sparked this fire at an oil storage facility sunday. >> there were several explosions taking place. >> reporter: firefighters worked through the weather to extinguish the blaze, but forecasters warn more rain is on the way. flash flood watches and warnings have been issued across the region through tomorrow night. jay gray, nbc news, dallas. it could not be more different for us.
>> doug, tell us is this going to las awhile. starting off today and this workweek on a fantastic note. let's show you what's happening outside right now. this is our reston live camera. looking really good out toward r reston. the weather has been perfect. temperatures 15 degrees above average. 83 degrees. we were also 83 on april 1st. winds out of the northwest at about 9 miles per hour. 85 in martinsburg. 86 in winchester. 87 in charlottesville. this is some amazing warmth for this time of year, but nowhere near the record. the record team is 85. rain? no rain out there. i'd told you last week we'd start to need it.
we need the rain to wash the pollen away. that area of high pressure just dominating us, and it's also helping to keep that huge system out to the west and keeping it there right off through the next couple of days. this is the houston area. look at all the rain they saw in houston. parts of the denver, colorado, region, seeing a foot of weather. the storm system will try to move our way, but it is going to have a hard time doing it. temperatures the next couple of days. first off tomorrow morning at the bus stop a very mild day. great day to be out there early tomorrow morning. take an early jog. 3:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon, nice again. upper 70s to the north. low 80s down to the south. maybe a degree or two cooler
tomorrow in some areas. it will be a little breezy we're at 71 on wednesday. so we're falling by about 10 degrees, but we'll be a few degrees above average on wednesday. thursday a high temperature of 75 degrees. 78 on friday. doesn't look like a lot of showers, but the chance for some showers on friday. we'll talk much more about that and the weekend forecast because this does come with a cold front. that will push temperatures a little lower into the weekend. veronica is back with that in just a couple of minutes. they are supposed to protect your money and your identity, but not every store and strau t restaurant is yet prepared for the cards with a chip. the white house to buckingham palace. how the obamas are able to get a little of the royal treatment. we told you about the immigration debate at the supreme court. we want to know if you support a
later this week, and they're treatment. on friday, the obamas will have lunch with queen elizabeth and later dinner at kensington palace hosted by william, kate, and harry. the obamas visit comes on the same week the queen turned 90. the president plans to personally wish her a happy birthday. a new battle over your business could be good for your bottom line. amazon is offering video service for 8.99 a month, a dollar less than its top competitor netflix. for the first time, amazon is offering the service by itself, not just part of a package deal. a co-founder of netflix told cnbc he welcomes the competition. chances are you have one of these new credit cards embedded with a small chip. the goal is to better secure your purchase, but this is
creating a lot of confusion and frustration because businesses have yet to adopt the system. >> reporter: surveys says most americans are liking the chip credit cards. around 70% already have them, but the businesses where they're used still aren't ready. >> only about 1 in 3 retailers can actually accept these cards, so that's an issue. >> reporter: an issue that involves some monumental finger pointing over who is responsible for getting the chip card terminals installed, certified, and up and running at retailers, who for now stand to lose the most. >> they've become liable for credit card fraud if something happens. that's a big deal. >> reporter: a bigger deal, according to matt shults, might be a move to a more advanced version of credit card security like biometrics.
>> things like your fingerprint or facia >> reporter: there should be more answers by christmas. nbc news. well, the person you see here is going to need a bigger paddle board. the larger than life close encounter with one of the biggest creatures of the sea. like it or not, it's time to file. for those of you
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i'll take on the republicans for all of us. now at 4:30, 200 u.s. troops are heading to iraq to help in the fight against isis. nbc's lester holt just interviewed defense secretary ash carter for the "nbc nightly news." watch the broadcast live from iraq tonight right here on nbc 4. two local firefighters were shot trying to help a man, but their boss says they did everything right by going into his home. that's the latest from prince george county's fire chief. john you will m schn . a former fairfax county police officer is admitting guilt in a shooting three years ago. prosecutors will recommend only a year in jail. and we're following
developments ins went off on a crowded bus. the mayor of jerusalem says there was an explosive device on board, and police are trying to figure out if this was a criminal attack or terrorism. the explosion wounded at least 21 people. two of them seriously. israelis are worried it could signal a return to palestinian suicide attacks that ravaged the area a decade ago. clashes have killed 28 israelis, 189 palestinians, and t2 americans. more now on the constitutional showdown that will affect millions of undocumented immigrants. >> the supreme court is weighing the president's plan that would provide some protection for families already here. today hundreds of immigrants and their supporters rallied outside of the high court. brian moore joins us live now.
any idea how the debate is going ins chris, outside the court today we saw a lot of pro-immigrant optimism, but inside the court those justices show they might be just as divided as the nation on this issue. immigrant families emerged from the u.s. supreme court to huge cheers with even bigger hopes after a 90-minute showdown over immigration law and presidential powers. >> i'm tired of going to school and living in fear that my brother and my sister are going to come home to find out that my mom is not there. >> reporter: texas and 25 other states are challenging president obama's efforts to halt deportations for some 4 million undocumented immigrants, children brought here illegally. >> it transforms into lawful conduct and unlawful conduct. if the president has the power to do that, that should trouble every american.
>> reporter: the eight justices showed signs of being sharply >> the justices this morning seem very concerned in vigorous questioning about whether the state of texas had standing or the right to be in court. >> reporter: demonstrators outside the court were largely pro-immigrant. they focused less on the law than raw emotion. >> i am an american citizen. >> reporter: a difficult case for an already divided court. a 4-4 tie would effective be a loss for president obama, but a win would allow him to put these anti-deportation rules in effect immediately. i'm brian moore. chris, back to you. >> we asked you earlier, do you support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, if they're raising kids who are u.s. citizens. well, here are the results so far. 55% say yes.
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it's okay to jump on the band wagon when the caps get to the playoffs. they're trying to make it 3-0 tonight. our coverage is at the wells fargo center in philadelphia. >> reporter: the caps are in enemy territory for game three, wells fargo center. they love the caps here. love to beat them that is. the series, as you know, not even close to being over until the home team loses. the caps say tonight they need to come out with the same sense of urgency as the flyers faithful. >> you have people trying to help you win the games, and you get distracted. you do. people in your circle of friends feel they can be helpful this time of year when it is probably a little bit incorrect. i think on the road everything is in a bubble or cocoon.
>> reporter: this might be the loudest cocoon they'v e played in. coming up at 5:00, ovechkin, how his physical playoff style impresses his teammates and impacts the game. carol maloney, news 4 sports. oh, my god. holy cow! >> talk about a close encounter. a san diego paddle boarder came face to face with this, a whale. the whale just shoots out of the water just a few feet from the paddle boarder. a woman standing nearby on a pier captured this encounter on her cell phone. after popping up once, it appeared the whale just turned around and swam off. that paddle boarder is very good. buffalo university just told 5,000 aspiring students never mind. last week the school sent an
e-mail to stuts that their applications hadn't been fully viewed. a few hours later, the students got a second e-mail apologizing for the mistake. the applicants are still being considered for acceptance. this isn't how one airline passenger thought his flight was going to go. what he was doing that got him kicked off the plane. an apology of international proportions. why this celebrity couple is making such a public plea. it's been nearly two weeks since we've had any rainfall. will it be enough to bring down the pollen?
i'll let you know when news 4 returns. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. narrator: an attack ad from the campaign for donna edwards. so untrue. so outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white house called the ad on
chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same position. the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards.
say anything to win an election? the nra and its campaign cash are what stands between us and gun reform. "searing tragedy struck in a place parents felt their children were safe" chris van hollen met with nra lobbyists to craft a loophole that would let the nra skirt a new campaign finance law and block gun control. but democrat donna edwards said "no" to the nra loophole and stood up to the gun lobby. and she would ban assault weapons. democrat donna edwards, maryland's next senator.
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raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message. it's been two weeks now since the last big presidential primary. wisconsin and the candidates of course have been focused on capturing new york ever since then. >> yet tomorrow's the big day and the empire state turning into a must-win for frontrunner donald trump and underdog bernie sanders. steve handelsman live in queens where sanders is going to hold a rally tonight. what's going on, steve? >> reporter: hey, chris. hey, pat. it could be a big rally here on the banks of the east river opposite midtown manhattan when bernie sanders gets all of his
people together. more than 25,000 peopl sanders big job is to translate that into a surprise win in tomorrow's primary. bernie sanders was in manhattan today with striking verizon workers. to have a real shot at the democratic nomination, sanders has to win tomorrow's new york primary. 28,000 showed up for his rally last night. sanders going after hillary clinton. >> we do not represent the interests of wall street or the billionaire class or corporate america. we don't want their money. >> reporter: but in queens today, democrats are divided. >> i'm going to vote for hillary. >> why? >> i think she's the most effective leader. she'll be a great president. >> i have a close moderate friend telling me it is absolutely hopeless. i still want to cast my vote tomorrow for bernie. >> reporter: clinton saw smaller crowds today in manhattan and queens, dogged by questions about her e-mails, but still
leading in stat >> it means the world to me to be back in new york campaigning, and i need your help to keep going. >> reporter: donald trump held a diversity meeting today. >> we care about new york values. >> reporter: this was buffalo last night. >> and we have to win by big numbers because we have a system that's absolutely rigged. it's rigged. >> reporter: trump needs almost all 95 of new york's delegates for a chance at a first ballot nomination that ted cruz and john kasich hope to block. >> if it works for me, i will say it was a great process. if it doesn't, i'll probably complain with donald. >> reporter: bernie sanders is buoyed up by today's poll that finds him nationally now just two points behind hillary clinton.
he's looked at the polls in the state where he was born where he then 10. he insists he can win this primary tomorrow and go on to be the democratic nominee. the man accused of planting a bomb at the capital and kill workers as they ran out of there is competent to stand trial. he call -- he is called christopher cornell. he had brought two m-15 assault rifles. investigators blame lightning for a fire that ignited an oil facility in south texas. witnesses say there were several explosions. one blew the top of the storage tank. there was a severe storm blowing through at the time of the fire.
>> announcer: and n team 4 forecast. meanwhile around here we're not going to see any storms, but we could have a little bit of rain this week. as far as today goes, folks, they kind of went missing for big chunks of time today. where did my coworker go? it's because it's so nice out there. yes, the tree pollen, it's been high over the last 24 hours. peak there with the tree pollen. that should start to come down. we're going to have to start dealing with the grass pollen. oak the largest producer out of the 800-some grains per cubic meter. about 600 of that is oak. we're above the average of 68
degrees all week long. it's warm during the hours. mild conditions during the overnight that helps to bring up that pollen. wondering if you should wash the car? yes, go ahead. get the pollen off as we track our next chance of rain. that's probably not likely until toward the end of the week in terms of getting anything decent. temperatures tonight, they go down to the low to mid 70s. out the door tomorrow morning, it will be mild and warm for the afternoon. sunglasses, short pants, short sleeves all for the little kids. they like that. they think they look cute in their summer wardrobe. 53 to 59. we'll start out on the mild side, but warm again very quickly tomorrow. 86 in a spot or two in manassas and warrenton. we'll get some high clouds.
more of seeing the arou around. midweek, our temperatures will go up a bit. we'll start out in the low 50s. we'll hit the low 60s by 11:00 a.m. low 70s by 3:00 in the afternoon. as we rate this week for the kids in recess, tuesday gets an a-plus. tuesday and wednesday an "a." thursday a "b." i don't think we're going to get much rain at all. looking at the rest of april, i don't think we're going to see much rain at all. 72 to 75 degrees. tomorrow likely to be the warmest day out of the next seven. today of course was plenty toasty. police and british aviation investigators are looking into whether a drone might have hit a plane. the pilot of a british airways
plane landing airport said a drone hit the plane yesterday. the pilot reported the incident to air traffic control before landing safety. aviation experts have been fearing incidents like this. if it hits the windshield or engine, the results could be tragic. a california student is accusing a major airline of discrimination. the student is 27 years old and is an iraqi refugee. he was kicked off a southwest airlines flight after speaking arabic. at the end of the call he said "god willing" in arabic. another passenger on the board the plane thought he said martyr
in arabic. >> he do you have a knife that you might want to cut me. i cannot forget what happened. >> the student says he doesn't want any money from the airline. just an apology. we are working several developing stories in our newsroom right now. trapped in a closing door. what we have learned about a woman who had to be rescued from an elevator shaft at the metro station. now see who is investigating complaints made against local cemetery employees who have been accused of theft. i'm tom sherwood in southeast washington. this is historic neighborhood is beginning to experience the redevelopment that's transforming many city
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a couple from california is lucky to be alive. earthquake that rocked ecuador. now, they're from the bay area, so they've felt plenty of earthquakes before, but in their own words nothing this intense. we have their story. >> reporter: the powerful earthquake shook up a california couple, alice and bill. they were on vacation in a tiny seaside town. >> a lot of the buildings here are made out of cement, and the side walls had crumbled down. bricks had crumbled down on the side. >> reporter: rescuers are searching desperately now for survivors. >> we're from the bay area. we feel earthquakes, but this is pretty intense. more than anything we've felt in the bay area. >> we were really kind of scared because there was a tsunami alert. we didn't know how serious that
was. we we had to go back and get our stuff. if a tsunami happened, i don't know that we would have made it out. >> reporter: today they sent us these pictures of the damage in their tiny coastal town. >> i am informed that there's a tiny town that has disappeared from earth. >> reporter: in california today, relief efforts are under way to help the people of ecuador. >> we have done this for other countries. just so happened this time it touches our own country and our families. >> reporter: jose is closely monitoring the damage to his native land. >> people are reporting to us specific needs and that's how their association is going to be. >> reporter: and that couple is going to have a rough go of it getting home. the control tower at the nearest airport is just one of the
structure that is collapsed. now at 5:00 tonight, still no charges against a man who shot george's county officer. >> he had his hands up, but a police officer shot and killed a fairfax county man. now there is a plea deal. and local families living in fear of being separated. thousands rallied today at the supreme court over the plan to stop deportations for some undocumented immigrants. and the protesters are not the only ones split on this issue. we begin at 5:00 with new details about a shooting that killed a prince george's county firefighter. i'm pat lawson in for wendy. >> and i'm jim handly. those firefighters are struggling tonight after they begin this week without one of their own, who was doing everything he was supposed to do
when he and o >> we are live in landover hills with what we have learned about the investigation. >> reporter: indeed we have. we have learned that the fire department is still going through the grieving process with the viewing scheduled for tomorrow and the funeral the following day. you can see here at the landover hills fire department there's equipment out front. there's the bunting over the base and the ambulance draped with flowers. the person who did this shooting at the temple hill incident friday was using a handgun. it was apparently a legal gun. we're learning a bit more about the parameters of the investigation. that investigation is really just getting started. it's still sinking in across the county's public safety sector. >> this past friday at 7:30 we lived our worst nightmare. >> the death of john ulmschneider and the wounding of kevin swain will bring new