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right now at 11:00, with a smile on his face, the prince george's county firefighter who survived a deadly shooting heads home after more than a week in the hospital. several metroat
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>> we have deputies on the way, okay? >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> chilling 911 calls released after the shooting of an ohio family. he spent more than a week in the hospital after being shot on the job. tonight, 19-year-old volunteer firefighter, kevin swain, is back home with his family. fellow volunteers by his side as he left the hospital. darcy spencer has more on how he's doing tonight. >> reporter: volunteer firefighter, kevin swain, is wheeled outside the hospital eight days after being shot on an emergency call. he was smiling and shaking hands as he went to a fire engine for
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>> it's got to be the brightest point for us at the end of a trying week. >> firefighters were called to a home to check on a man. the homeowner opened fire when firefighters forced their way in, apparently believing someone was trying to break in. one firefighter died. swain was 19 years old, shot four times. he needed a little help as he climbed into the front seat of the engine. >> for public safety, a line of duty death is a dark moment, a trying moment. the sweet moment is there's a ray of light getting to see someone that was injured critically get to go home and complete their recovery and spend time with their family. >> reporter: swain road in the fire engine all the way home in carroll county where he'll continue his recovery. he's eager to get back on the
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darcy spencer, news 4 m. >> his family set up an online site to make donations. you will find the link to help john's wife and daughter. developing now on metro's red line, heavy spoke at the friendship high station this evening. that, according to d.c. fire and ems. firefighters worked to ventilate smoke between the stations. metro says this started about 8:00 tonight when a train operator reported the problem. the train stopped, everyone was able to get off. metro stopped all stations. they made buses available. the good news is nobody was hurt. clear skies, light winds and very dry air over the area means a chilly start tomorrow morning. temps in the 50s. as the sun comes up sunday, temperatures, for the most par
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6:00 a.m., temps around 48 degrees. in the sub you ares, 40s. petersburg could see mid-30s. that leads to isolated frost, but not a huge concern. 8:00 a.m., the temperature around 50 degrees. by 8:00 a.m., temps in the mid-50s. much warmer air as we return to work and school. i'll have the latest in my full forecast. >> there's blood all over the house. >> okay. >> my brother-in-law is in the bedroom. he's beat the hell out of them. >> that's a portion of the heart wrenching 911 call after eight members of the family were found shot to death in ohio. h
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>> ohio, a call for help, just before 8:00 friday morning. >> ma'am, ma'am, you have to tell me what's going on. >> there's blood all over the house. >> reporter: police discovered eight people dead, all from the same extended family at four homes. none committed suicide. at least one killer must be on the loose. >> we do not know whether we are talking about one individual or two or three or more. we simply do not know that at this point. >> the victim, seven adults and a boy. some found in bed, suggesting they were shot execution style while they slept. a toddler, and a newborn, found in the same room as his murdered mother. >> this community is heart
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wondering how could this possibly happen to us? >> reporter: saturday, in a statement, surviving members asked for prayer and privacy. >> the family would like to thank everyone for all the outpouring of prayers and support for the family. a cincinnati businessman put up a $25,000 reward to identify the killer. nbc news new york. developments overseas. north korea claims they have successfully test fired a ballistic missile. it was fireed from a submarine off the eastern coast. it traveled about 19 miles. kim jong-un reportedly watched the test run. they detected and tracked the launch. it did not pose a threat to north america. fairfax county fire chief responding to a forum target
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park. her body was found this week, her death ruled a suicide. the fire chief, richard bauers said he would not tolerate bullying. it reads, i assure you, my department cannot and will not tolerate bullying at this time. the chief goes on to say they will take any appropriate actions after a thorough investigation. a celebration of life. that's how the people closest to prince described a private ceremony today. find out what happened before the service. a much different celebration brought people to rfk for a
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at the lincoln spring collection event. right now lease a 2016 lincoln mkx for 399 a month. only at the lincoln spring collection event. new at 11:00, prince's remains have been cremated. the music icon's publicist released that information. a small group of family, friends and fellow musicians held a private ceremony adding the final storage of his remains will remain private. his death found fans reeling. it could be weeks before we get an official cause of death. fans all over the world and here at home sharing their memories about ho p
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lives. members of the prince fan club held an emotional celebration at a home in takoma park this evening. ♪ >> "saturday night live" will run a special called "good night sweet prince" featuring his time on the show. this is his 2014 "snl" appearance. you can see the special immediately after this newscast. the temperatures are going to warm up at the beginning of your workweek. amelia says there's also a chance for rain. she'll update the timing, coming up next. not one, not two, but three army bees falling from the sky in an exercise that went wrong.
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burn it [ bleep ]. >> oh, yes! yes! >> those are army humvees falling from the sky. this happened in germany after a routine exercise went wrong earlier this week. somebody posted it online and it went viral. three humvees breaking free of their parachute and crashing to the ground. the u.s. army says nobody was hurt. the humvees cost $220,000 a piece. organizers say it was a success. thousands turned out for d.c.'s first national cannabis festival. it was in the parking lot of rfk
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stadium. people learned about the business of pot and how to grow it. vendors sold paraphernalia. while some use is legal in d.c., they were told to leave it home to comply with the city's current law. >> i think, you know, the organizers are right to ask people not to use it. we don't want to get it shut down. >> under d.c.'s current law, people 21 and older can possess a small amount of marijuana as long as it's never used or exposed in public. a clean up of the anacostia river in honor of earth day, they removed trash, tree limbs and june frk the river. they used a special mesh basket you see there to pick up the floating debris. the clean up took place at 31 sites along the river in the district and maryland. the city of alexandria
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itis on jefferson street. the project is an interactive mural and a chalk board. people in the therapeutic program can leave words of encouragement or drawings about their journey. the theme of the wall, the courage to live big. news 4 is working for you. today, shomari stone was the emcee at a show in bethesda. 1,000 people attended the fund raising event. they awarded 13 local teens with college scholarships. after some much needed rain this morning, gorgeous weather in the forecast tomorrow. now, a lot of us didn't pick up that much rainfall. reagan national reporting .25 inch. the next chance of rain
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on tuesday. monday, temps running 15 degrees above normal. we are going to show you future weather with monday in a moment. again, a better chance of showers and thunderstorms on tuesday as the cold front moves through the area. the weather is having a cold impact. it will be a chilly start. grab your jacket if you are heading out early. beautiful blue skies in the forecast from start to finish. little clouds in the forecast for tomorrow. current temperatures coming in generally in the 50s. petersburg down to 47 degrees. washington coming in at 59. a low tonight in the district around 47. we'll actually hit that at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the suburbs drop to around 40. maybe some isolated frost in areas of washington county around the corridor and west virginia. for most of us, frost is not a concern overnight tonight and tomorrow. the high temperature of 71 at 4:00 in the afternoon. tomorrow evening
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tonight, the temps in the mid-60s. heading to sunday brunch, it will be cooler, especially if you are sitting in the shade. you probably want long sleeves or sweatshirts. yard work, if you are cutting the grass tomorrow afternoon. looking good for that. future weather on monday, here is the isolated shower potential. it's west of the d.c. metro area and 30% to 40%. it is there. i want to give you a heads up. fauquier, lauden, fairfax county, future weather at 6:00 p.m. keeping this activity west of washington. tuesday, a better chance you are dealing with rain, a 50% chance for everybody. high temperature monday of 85. tuesday, a high of 84. here is future weather on tuesday. notice, 7:00 a.m., future weather giving us a dry start. dry tuesday morning. isolated shower. as we move into the afternoon a
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thunderstorms. severe weather not in the forecast on tuesday. a strong thunderstorm or two possible, heavy rain and strong wind. wednesday, cooler. the coolest day of the seven day, high, 67. low 70s, thursday and friday. rain chances saturday. a high of 71. >> thanks. a lauden high school decided to throw a prom with a special message. they asked news 4 an ji gosk to help them. they heard that an angie had never been to a prom. they decided to invite angie and her husband. fun, lots of fun. they have raised $43,000. congratulations to them. angie was a great sport for doing
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moving on into the 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, and i approved this message.
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sunday the caps advance to the second round of the playoffs and can do something they haven't been good at. game six. that's a stat everyone on the team is fully aware of, pressure clearly on
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to get over the hump, they have to figure out how to score on one of their former players, current flyers goalie. stopping 75 of 76 shots his way the last two games. the caps are confident they have the answer. >> we checked two in the series. you don't expect to have any team go away quietly. they are doing what they can to stay alive. look at the big picture, we are up 3-2. >> play hard, play well, you are going to get rewards. you don't have to -- just play the right way. we are playing the right way. >> riding a big high when we were up three. now it's two games here. now we have to go in and do a job against philly in their building. you know, it's exciting. we are looking forward to the challenge. >> again, the caps recent run in the game, awesome.
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1-5 of the last six including three straight road losses. they were in the same position last year and lost both game sixes versus the islanders, then beat in game seven. we know how seven went with the rangers. they are not worried about the past, just want to look ahead to tomorrow. >> everybody talks about the past, the past, the past. the only pressure we will have is on ourselves. we have to go into philadelphia and we have to play really well and get a win. >> remember, you can catch that game six tomorrow here on nbc 4. puck drops at noon. some of the recent game struggles move on in the eastern conference semifinals. there are a lot of reasons to consider the gnnats the best te in baseball. second in runs allowed. the stat that matters
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wins. no team has more wins this year. home has been kind. the nats trying for the seventh straight win. five and six come here. 2-0. does the rest from there. career high, 15 strikeouts over seven shutout innings, allowed two hits. the third most in a game in nationals history. that's 13-point season with a 2-0 win. another first place, baltimore orioles going to bounce back. leads the american league in batting average. top of the second, chris crushed. solo shot. his sixth home run. os up, 1-0. fourth inning, more macho,
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double. third baseman moves history. 16 games. yes, that's a hit in every game this season. the os have the top two hitters in the american league. trumbo in second. four rbis from here. spurs winning, 8-3. ben olson watching from a team box. one game suspension hosting new england revolution. ewe nated attacking. in a box. his kick. get excited. sends it home. d.c. needs 1-zip bad. 86 minute revolution. united catches the attack. acosta was a thing of beauty. that's his first mls goal united as a third to win, 3-nil. the caps are looking at in the flyer season. tomorrow, new start, game can be seen here on nbc 4.
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rock it. >> yes, indeed. chris, thank you so much. if you didn't like today's weather, no worries, you get a chance tomorrow. tomorrow is better than today. >> tomorrow is the better of the two weekend days. blue skies in the forecast. high temperature around 70 degrees. we are warm on monday and tuesday and showers and storms around tuesday. >> thanks, amelia. that's the news tonight. a special "snl" pays tribute to prince. that
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>> prince has been a special presence here at "saturday night live" for the last four decades. from his debut on the show as a 22-year-old in 1981 to his surprise performance at the after party for the "snl" 40th anniversary, which i'll talk more about later, tonight we wanted to pay tribute to him by looking back at his performances on the show over the years and
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us. it was a lot. other people may have been on the show more times or performed more frequently, but there was always something different about a prince performance. it was special. it was an event. it was prince. times have changed. styles have come and gone. but no matter what, prince has never not been cool. i mean, from my generation and our generation, he was -- it was prince and madonna, michael jackson -- they were the elvis and beatles, the marilyn monroe, the james dean. they were icons -- bigger, larger than life. fashion, music, every single thing. you couldn't take your eyes off of them. i mean, he had his own color. who has their own color? he owns purple. who -- no one -- you can't just pick a color and go, "that's my thing." the guy was just amazing. when you see these performances, every single one of them, it's just electric. he lived his music and played --

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