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it still blows my mind. >> that's all for now. look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious. mmmm, yoplait. right now at 11:00. we are on the scene of a suspicious death if fairfax county. what we are learning about the victim. and in two days
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new poll number and attacks. and the caps are looking ahead to the second round after a big playoff series win over the flyers. tonight, fairfax county investigating a suspicious death. a family member found the victim at the victim's home on gresh ham lane in fairfax county. darcy spencer has been talking people who live nearby. she is joining us with what she has learned. >> i can tell you fairfax county police are here several hours in to this investigation. let me show you with where it is taking place. right here at this town home, you can see the door is open. it is roped off with this red crime scene tape. as police continue the suspicious death investigation. there were tears and hugs outside of a town home where a
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21-year-old man was found dead by a family member. the discovery made at the man's home in the centreville area of fairfax county just after 4:30 in the afternoon. he suffered trauma to his upper body. police are calling it a suspicious death. >> it's still early on in the investigation right now. detectives are trying to piece togethering the events that led to this tragedy. >> reporter: the man pronounced dead inside of the home. police collected evidence in and around the town home as friends and neighbors watched. as night fell, investigators could be seen behind the home scanning the yard for evidence. a hyundai sonata was towed from the scene. this neighbor says the victim was a student at george mason university and lived with his sister and parents. >> i just hope whoever it is they find him. like i said it is a safe neighborhood. it seems out of the ordinary. it seems like a lot of nice people live here. >> reporter: police say they are trying to trace the victim's last stto
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who he was with and talk to friends and acquaintances. neighbors were surprised to see a death investigation taking place in their own backyard. >> very surprised. very quiet, very family oriented neighborhood. never heard of such a thing here before. >> reporter: fairfax county police tell me they plan to release the victim's name sometime tomorrow. we are live in fairfax county, darcy spencer, news 4. commuter route closed after a deadly accident. we got video in to the newsroom. all northbound lanes of kenilworth avenue near river road are shut down. riverdale park police say someone was hit by a car. police are turning around vehicles and tell us the road is expected to be show shut down for sometime. the driver stayed 0 the scene. georgetown university community mourning the loss of one of
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the school's vice president said that edward blatz, jr. passed away today. he played lacrosse, originally from garden city, new york. the school is making grief counselors available. the university has not said how he died. the federal transit administration now investigating saturday night's incident on metro's red line in northwest d.c. that according to our news partners at wtop. the train operator reported the problem. they stopped and got everyone off. metro closed all stations between van ness and medical center. nobody was hurt. the washington capitals moving on. heading to the second round after eliminating the flyers today in philadelphia. carol maloney is joining us. not easy for the players and fans, as well. >> you have to remind yourself to breath while you are on the couch. you know it is not an easy day.
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drama filled day in d.c. sports as it started they are moving on to face the pens. the schedule is tbd but we know the team needs the rest because the game was brutal. caps marching in to philly. noon start. taking care of business time in the second period. caps pushing it up. ovechkin battling gets it and feeds baxter who finds the back of the net. his one timer beats norberg. his first lead for the caps since game three. caps win 1-0 eliminate the pliepliey flyers 4-2. >> we find a way to score one goal and get the lead and win the game. >> i think we have reassured the fact we know we can stay focused an battle through adversity. that's been oural
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this season to fight back in games an play hard no matter the situation. >> not going to get easier. caps have tomorrow off. practice tuesday and get ready for the penguins. the looeg league expected to announce the second round schedule as soon as the round is finished. stay tuned. how about the nats, that's coming up in sports. and now, your storm team four forecast. heading back to work and school tomorrow morning, it will be a comfortably cool start with plenty of sunshine in the forecast. we will start at a 6:00 a.m. with a temperature around 52 in the district. mid to upper 40s in the suburbs but with plenty of sunshine we will warm up quickly. by 8 a.m., mid-50s and 10:00 a.m., mid-60s. tomorrow and tuesday, highs will be in the 80s but we will have rain chances, especially on tuesday. i will have more on the timing coming up in ten minutes. >> thank you. we will see you then. this week marks one year since freddie gray died in the
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a police van. baltimore became the focal noint the national debate over police treatment of african-americans. today, activists faith leaders and protesters marched in a community resource rally. they started at the mall where people clashed with police during a night of looting and arson following gray's funeral. the unrest sparking changes in the city >> if it were not for the uprising, i feel confident the mayor would have run again. if it weren't for the uprising we would have had the same police chief. because of the uprising, things we have tried to sweep under the rug are in full display and will have to be addressed. >> gray died a week after suffering spine and neck injuries. investigators say he got in the police van. six officers facing various charges in connection with his death but none of the cases have been resolved. a massive manhunt underway in southern ohio tonight where authorities are looking for whoever is responsible for killing eight memrs
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family execution style. early friday. we have the story tonight. >> reporter: more than 100 members of law enforcement are involved in what's called a large-scale investigation. as authorities search for whoever is responsible for the massacre of eight members of one family at four locations. authorities confirm that marijuana growing operations were discovered at three of the four crime scenes, but won't comment on a possible motive. ohio's attorney general calls the killings cold blooded and calculated. >> imagine four houses within a relatively short period of time were hit and eight people were executed in those houses. that is not something that happens spontaneously. >> reporter: the victims have been identified. all members of the rodan family and police warn other members of the family could be at risk. >> i have specifically told the family i would be armed. i would use what extent they have to to protect
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>> orange ribbons in pike county, ohio to honor the victims while the community raises money for their funerals. >> you don't expect anything like this to happen in a small town like this. it is tragic. >> reporter: never before has this community mourned this much. nbc news. new at 11:00, president obama is escalating the fight against isis and syria. tomorrow the president will announce he is sending up to 250 million personnel to the war-torn country. defeating the islamic state was a focus of his talks with leaders in saudi arabia, great britain and germany over the last several days. obama will announce his decision in germany. this is all that remains of a maryland family's dream home after a devastating fire. this start ed around 4:00 in the morning. it is the in the white oak area. a woman managed to run out of the house but suffered smoke inhalation. a boy next door describes the
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inferno. >> my boy was still sleeping. so i woke him up and the smoke was getting thick. >> i saw this ball of fire. >> reporter: the heat was so intense it melted some of the siding on the neighboring home. it took 85 firefighters to get it under control. the fire did $750,000 worth of damage. the cause is not yet known. pennsylvania joining more more and three other states voting on tuesday and donald trump holds a big lead there among likely gop primary voters. a brand new nbc news "wall street journal" maris poll shows jump has 45% support compared to 27 for senator ted cruz and 24 for governor kasich. in a potential general election matchup, hillary clinton beats trump 54-39. the poll has a margin of error of 1.9 percentage points. what about hillary clinton versus bernie sa
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match up coming up. and how clinton is taking aim at donald trump, the gop front runner firing back. take a look. the ground opens on a busy intersection forcing cars and pedestrians to take a detour. more of the unbelievable video in just a moment. and the countdown is on. time running out to make your opinion known on what is the best name for the new d.c. eaglettes.
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a waldorf man has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder after allegedly stabbing his father in law to death last night. police say d'angelo hensley had been separated fr
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the last six months and she had been livingith her dad. they say he stabbed the man several time s and forced his 12-year-old daughter in to his car at knife point. she was able to get away and police caught up to him. caught on camera, a sinkhole opening up on a busy road in china. you can see a policeman pointing to a depression in the road. he puts up the cones and not long after that, it opens up, six feet deep and incredibly nobody was hurt. this just in ted cruz and john kasich are teaming up to take down donald trump. their campaigns releasing statements. an hour ago a crews will focus on indiana and kasich in new mexico and oregon. we have this report from earlier this evening. >> reporter: in front of a crowd of 7,000 enthusiastic supporters in providence,
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bernie sanders making a case for staying in the race for the democratic nomination. this campaign is doing well and will win because we are listening to ordinary people and not spending half of my life with the billionaires trying to hustle campaign contributions. >> reporter: sanders seemingly unfazed. working overtime on four sunday talk shows. >> we're in this race to california. >> hello, bridgeport! >> reporter: ignoring sanders, a confident hillary clinton taking on trump instead at a rally today in k kth. >> every time donald trump says one of the things he says a lot of people are surprised or shocked. >> reporter: her campaign releasing a biting new web video aimed at donald trump's promise he can be more presidential. >> total and
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of muslims entering the united states. >> what do you think, i said it is fine. knock the crap out of him, would you. i'd like to punch him in the face. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and not lose voters. >> reporter: trump said he likes people better after he knocks them out of the race. >> right now, i don't like liein' ted cruz but in four or five weeks from now i think he will be one of my best friends. >> reporter: that's ted cruz who along with kasich and sanders is fighting the perception the erase is over. a perception that some yale students in new haven clearly aren't buying. over 11,000 people marched from the white house to the tushish embassy to call for peace and solidarity between turkey and air mean ya. armenia. for years they have called for turkey to take responsible but
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defamation campaign against them. >> prince fans at the how i ward theater in d.c. today jamming to "little red corvette." they played all of prince's hits during the prince day party at the theater. purple lights bathed the fans and many of them wore various shades of purple. musical celebrations like this happened around the world. radio one hosted this prince day party. it could be one of d.c.'s oldest barbershops and will have a new look. greg's barbershop has been in the shaw neighborhood since 1913. today volunteers spruced it up giving it a new paint job, new electrical work and we caught up with frank love. who started cutting hair in 1961. he said there's a lot of history in this shop. >> we had james brown's band members used to come in and get their hair cut wh
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town. quite a few celebrities come around. so it's been a nice run for me. >> reporter: the five-chair shop still charges old-school prices, a hair cut for 14 bucks. the shop will open up on tuesday. all right. you have until midnight tonight to place your vote for the the names of the new eaglets born at the national arboretum . you can choose from stars and stripes, honor and glory, anacostia and potomac, freedom and liberty or cherry and blossome. they will announce the winning names on tuesday. for information on how to vote go to anyone of our facebook pages. the link is up or go to the nbc washington website as well and search eaglets. >> and now, your storm team four forecast. >> for the upcoming workweek in to the weekend, a spring-like forecast. warm temperatures to start nd
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and then cooler for the middle of the week on in to the upcoming weekend. especially wednesday, thursday and friday. temperatures will be running above normal. normal around 70. the best chance that you are dealing with rain this week looks to be later in the day on tuesday and then thursday, as well. this is a tricky forecast. the computer models all over the place and nailing down the timing of the rain will likely change. we want to monitor. chuck will be updating the forecast and we will continue to update it as we get new information. you can always download the nbc washington app as well and get the latest forecast there. tomorrow the weather having a low impact on your day. tomorrow will be the best day ott of the week. nice for monday. nice there. we are looking at warmer temperatures. and then a little more cloud cover. hazy sunshine throughout the day tomorrow. currently in the 50s. 58 in the district. 56 annapolis. winchester 50.
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tonight. tomorrow morning at 7 a.m., plenty of sunshine. 52 degrees. tomorrow, i posted it on twitter, perfect day for having lunch outdoors. at noon the low 70s. high of 81 at 4:00 in the afternoon. maybe an isolated shower around. i've posted more on my facebook and twitter pages. best chance around the mountains and the 81 corridor. for most of us a dry monday. tomorrow evening really nice, 8:00, temperatures in the mid-70s. now as we look to tuesday, there's about a 50% chance of rain later in the day. i want to show you this with future weather. high of 86. tuesday will be the warmest day of the next seven. here we are, 7 a.m. the morning commute on tuesday not impacted by the weather. probably needing your sunglass. clouds increase throughout the day. future weather at 2:00 keeping us dry. as we move to the late afternoon and evening hours we track scattered showers and thunderstorms with a cold front
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because of the heat among other factors we could see a strong thunderstorm or two, but severe weather not in the forecast on tuesday. wednesday will be our transition day to cooler weather. you can see a high of 67. in fact temperatures throughout the day in the 60s. slight chance of a shower early in the day and in the evening hours. most, if not all of your day on wednesday is looking dry, just plenty of clouds. have the umbrella on thursday with showers around. mid-60s. mid-60s on friday. maybe a lingering shower or two around. keeping saturday dry right now and then a chance of showers next sunday. highs next weekend around 70. >> very nice. thank you. ahead, a long day at the park ends with some fireworks. carol is up next.
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caps are stayin' alive. i think some of us are getting nervous. >> they come back to haunt you today. they forced a game six and could not disagree more. capitals are out to make their own history and the difference on display was the series clincher. today in philly even a watered down version of holtby is great form. we'll take him. early on the other goalie making noise. ovechkin on the attack. hi shot poked away. he is looking strong early. another great look for the capitals. johansso johansson. 28 saves in
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first lead since the series that snapped a scoreless streak. caps trying to hold on. puck in front. again saved by the holtby. shutting down the flyers in the third. holding our breath the whole time. 26 saves for him. caps hold on and take the series 4-2. >> we are a different team. we're not buying in to the past history of what washington's playoffs and we are trying to write our own history. >> it gave us confidence again. i don't know when we will play next, but we have to mentally have to forget about this series and get focused on the next one. >> we play for moments like this. just talking to guys on the bench and feeling butterflies and the excitement and
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competition and to win. one series down. >> there's group hug in philly and nats park. the diamond, nats looking for a sweep of the twins. bryce harper got his first day off for the year. bryce harper, you can not make it up. seventh pitch of his at bat and crushes it to right. gone. that ties the game at four. he's leading the majors in home runs at nine. hi first pinch hit home run. in the 1 fifth inning, nats down with a runner on. perez lays down a bunt. murphy overthrows the ball. espinosa come cans an to score and we are tied again. nats bench is loaded. bottom of the 16th. chris first year with the mets you may not have known who he was but you will now. his first career walkoff home run today. nats complete the sweep in walkoff fashion.
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how much emotion at nats park. they have a record of 18-4. these guys don't give up. they are not losing. >> if you were going to go that long we'd hope you would win. >> five hours and 56 minutes i think. >> kids run the bases. >> tooth too many hot dog and they say that in life, we shouldn't sweat the small stuff. but when you're building a mercedes-benz, there really is no small stuff. every decision... every component... is an integral part of what makes the 2016 c-class one of our most sophisticated cars ever.
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very bright. had a sensitivity next to no one, never seen anyone as warm and tender and sweet as he was. >> the baker there said he is feeling the pressure keeping up with the demand for the purple rain bagels. and that's our news for tonight. we hope you have a wonderful start to the workweek. "sports final" up next. and wake up with news 4 today
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tonight on "sports final," the capitals come through with a close out. up next, the high-flying penguins. we will get you and the caps ready for battle. >> let me enjoy this one and we'll talk about pittsburgh another day. >> the longest day in nats park history ends with the nats saying hello . >> i feel i came out of the twilight zone. >> the redskins reel in the biggest fish in free agency. next up the nfl draft. we will go over the biggest needs now for draft night. we have hatitude and you may want to hug it out becau

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