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delegates in the upcoming primari primaries. john kasich just held a town hall in rockville ahead of the maryland primary. >> reporter: thank you. kasich's town hall was pretty mellow out here. he had a few hundred people. nbc news has learned it was over the weekend that kasich and ted cruz made this extraordinary deal to gang up against their party's frontrunner. donald trump savaged his opponents for their desperate alliance to deny him in the delegates he needs. >> so they colluded. actually, i was happy because it shows how weak they are. it shows how pathetic they are. >> reporter: john kasich is cooperating with rival ted cruz. >> if donald trump is the nominee, hillary clinton wins. >> reporter: in oregon and new
trump alone. in indiana, kasich will take on ted cruz alon donald trump alone. >> i don't see what the big deal is. so what? >> reporter: trump claiming the alliance proves that he's right about the washington establishment. >> it takes two guys, long time politicians, to try to get together to try and beat trump and yet they're way behind. >> reporter: bernie sanders dream of stopping hillary clinton is fading, but not his passion. >> we're going to raise the national minimum wage to $15 an hour. >> let's have a great time. >> reporter: five states vote tomorrow. clinton and trump polling first in all five. it's not about winning. it's about winning almost all the delegates to keep alive his hopes for a first ballot
july. donald trump not only has to really win big, win almost all the delegates here in maryland and the other four states tomorrow, but then has to keep on winning almost all the delegates from this team now of kasich and cruz. live in rockville, steve handelsman. news 4. the cruz/kasich alliance could save both of them from elimination, but it's a gamble. there are ways it could backfire. chris lawrence has a closer look at the potential pitfalls coming up at 6:15. a young man dead. police trying to find out who killed him. neighbors say it is only one of several frightening events that have happened at the centerway park in montgomery village area recently. >> reporter: police say that that latest incident happened right here in this parking lot not far from where parents park their cars to bring their kids to that playground there, which
they're determined to try and do what they can to make their community safer. it's a community park where kids usually come to play, but on sunday night just after 10:00 centerway park turned into the scene of a murder investigation, which continued into early monday morning. >> it's sad, and it's worrisome. >> reporter: montgomery county police say 18-year-old oscar benitez was brutally assaulted in this parking lot. >> investigators are still talking with those who were present at the time. some people transported him to the hospital. and there was also two other injured parties there at the scene as well. >> reporter: but so far police say they don't have a suspect in custody. meanwhile neighbors are concerned about violence in the area. though some folks say they will be doing more to try to keep their community safe. >> making sure that public officials are kept aware of
residents are committed to keeping our community safe. >> reporter: now, police say they are investigating the possibility of this incident being gang related. they're asking anyone with information to contact the montgomery county police department. dore doreen? >> all right. thank you. for the second time in a matter of days, a d.c. student was robbed at knife point walking to school, but this time the student was stabbed. while parents were notified about today's case, they were not told about the previous one. the most recent attack happened this morning outside of wilson high school in northwest. that's where we find mark segraves with details on both crimes. mark? >> reporter: good evening, doreen. yes, today's stabbing took place on the backside of wilson high school in a neighborhood along nebraska avenue. last tuesday night it was a female student who was leaving school across this park by this tennis court where she was robbed at knife point. and after that first i
e-mail with safety tips for parents and teachers, but she never told parents that a student had been held up at knife point. after today's stabbing outside of wilson high school, students were on edge. >> i do feel a little bit concerned for my safety now that people are being robbed a couple blocks from school. that's a concern to my safety. >> reporter: neighbors around the school are also worried about their safety. >> really surprised, but we have seen more robberies in this area in the past. there have been other stories about friends that we know that have people that have their guns pulled out on them. at the same time, still not surprised, but that is terrible. >> reporter: it was just after 9:00 this morning. a senior, who friends say is on the wilson crew team, was getting out of his car on his way to school when a man approached him with a knife. >> there was a brief exchange of words and what we think now is a robbery attempt. a struggle
was stabbed in the leg. >> reporter: the suspect ran away through the neighborhood. the student was able to get to school where staff called police and paramedics. the school's principal sent an e-mail to parents alerting them of the stabbing. but after the robbery of an 111th grade female student last week, the principal did not send an e-mail to parents. even with the safety of northwest, we may still fall prey to an undesirable situation. we reached out to the chancellor of d.c. public school and the mayor's office to ask why parents were never alerted about the first incident here. they told us late this afternoon they're looking into that and they would get back to us. d.c. police tell us they did make an arrest in that first incident. one juvenile was arrested. he was charged with multiple robberies in this area. as for the suspect today, he is still at large. the victim is expected to recover. jim, back to you.
there are new efforts to stop violence between students from two other d.c. high schools. beginning today the kids at dunbar and mckinley technology education campus, those students are being dismissed at different times. the students have been fighting at different metro stations when school lets out. now there's going to be a 20-minute gap between dismissal. police are having for your help in identifying some of the people in this video. you can see them knocking at least two victims to the ground. police say this was part of a robbery that happened early sunday morning on georgia avenue near howard university. so far nobody has been arrested yet. tonight, three navy families are staying in a hotel after a fire at joint base anacost anacostia-bolling. one building was destroyed by the flames
we were told earlier today three firefighters were injured battling that blaze, but those firefighters were examined on the scene and they're okay. officials are still trying to figure out what caused that fire. within the last hour, metro released some new information about that smoke episode over the weekend on the red line. a tunnel and rail car started filling with smoke after something started burning. adam tuss has been digging through the new details. he has the latest live from tinley town. >> reporter: it looks metro is focusing not on a problem with tracks, but something that came loose on a train that caused all that smoke. new details about what possibly could have gone wrong on the red line saturday night. metro just released a statement saying the investigation is focusing on a foreign object, specifically a metal part of a rail car becoming dislodged and making contacts with the
electrified third rail. metro says there were no problems with power cables in this area, but there was a report of a loud bang and a flash. and that's what we heard from a rider who was on board. >> i turned around to see flashing lights, flames, reflections off the tunnel walls, and a loud noise and billowing smoke. >> reporter: chuck holmes was on the train. >> that's when people really started to get nervous. people tried to jump over seats. people were really scared. >> reporter: what we do know is that there was smoke and a lot of it between tinley town and friendship heights. for a lot of riders, this too familiar to the deadly episode last year. for 20 to 30 minutes, riders didn't get word about what was happening. no one was hurt. >> clearly for the people on the train, it's very stressful. i get it. >> reporter: metro says in some of these episodes more time is needed to figure h
handle the situation. now it turns out there was actually two off-duty firefighters that were on board that train. they helped the customers who were riding along in that smoke-filled train, even helping some children out telling them to get down to the ground just like they learned in school. >> so easy to understand why people would be freaked out on a train with smoke happening. and this is not a new situation. you mentioned the lafont incident from last year. did they learn anything from that that helped them handle what happened this weekend? >> reporter: clearly communication was still a problem here. you heard that rider say it was 20 to 30 minutes before anything was happening, but what we did hear is there is a new fire liaison that responds to these incidents that is able to coordinate with people. that worked out perfectly this
>> thank you. tonight, a driver making a delivery as behas been locked u. he's accused of assaulting a police officer. a man named roderick watt became combative during a dispute on tazwell street on saturday. they say he hit an officer and the person to whom he was making the delivery. watt has been charged with assault on police and obstruction of justice. fiery debate over a controversial north carolina law. what protesters are doing to try to bring change. i'm julie carey in stafford county where a couple is taking the unusual step speaking out publicly about child porn possession charges lodged against their grandson. he has asperger's syndrome. they say if he's sent to jail, it could be a death sentence. they broke ground on a new soccer stadium today and it could signal the start of a new era in sports here in d.c. and a new type of weather er
over the next couple of days. we've been in the 80s. we're going to move back into the 50s and 60s. kathleen matthews: in the race for congress, i don't believe that big money can
buy votes -- not in our district. and i won't claim to have single handily passed just about every bill in annapolis. we can't settle for the same old politics, not when our basic rights are being threatened by trump and cruz. i'll stand up to their bigotry and be a passionate voice for maryland women and families. in tv and in business, i built relationships. as a woman in the house, i'll do the same to get things done. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message.
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big oil, the nra and wall street. and i've done that. but sometimes it means finding common ground to get things done for marylanders. that's especially important now-- when so many seek to divide us. we must ensure that every child can succeed and build an economy that works for everyone. i approve this message because together we can get more things done. right now, hundreds of people are sitting in protest at the north carolina state house in
began their today, and the protesters want the state's so-called bathroom law to be repealed. not everyone wants to see that happen. >> reporter: in raleigh, north carolina, protesters greeted lawmakers with chance. >> it is a cynical attempt to pit supposedly christian values against our family's best interests and our morality. >> reporter: republican lawmakers passed the bill in a special session last month. it forces transgendered people to use bathrooms for the sex listed on their birth certificates and prevents cities from passing their own minority protection laws. >> this will continue and more entertainment leaders will boycott this state until hb2 has been repealed. >> reporter:
the law. >> i believe that we will have more than democratic support for this bill if it was ever given a vote in committee or on the floor. >> reporter: groups which support the law also rallied at the capital on monday, urging lawmakers to stand strong against mounting pressure. >> for the right to privacy. i think it is very important that we hold on to our bathroom values. >> reporter: it is a debate being waged in north carolina and beyond. president obama is expected back at the white house within the hour. he's returning from a trip to saudi arabia, britain, and germa germany. the president announced 250 additional u.s. troops will be demployed to syria to help in te fight against isis. there are roughly 50 special ops forces on the ground there. they're working with local fighters in an effort to drive
there. >> given the success, i've approved the deployment of up to 250 additional troops to help them. more about presidential politics now in the last-minute alliance between ted cruz and john kasich to keep donald trump from reaching that magical number of 1237 and delegates. on paper it makes sense, but chris lawrence joins us with three ways it could backfire. >> if cruz skips the primaries in oregon and new mexico, that will help kasich. it plays right into trump's argument that republican forces are conspireing against him. >> it shows such total weakness and it's pathetic. when two long
politicians, establishment guys, have to collude or get together to defeat a guy that speaks what the people want. >> the alliance is a necessity. if trump wins indiana next week, it is game over for cruz and kasich. it's not a sure thing that kasich's voters in indiana are going to support cruz. a fox poll over the weekend released shows trump leading cruz by eight points and kasich by 25. over half of voters said cruz would be their second choice. but 22% said i would be trump. taking kasich out of the equation doesn't guarantee a win for cruz. kasich is still on the state ballot, even though he is decided not to actively campaign. some kasich supporters have already cast their ballot for him. another way it could backfire, indiana is not trump's only
trump could get shut out of indiana, but still win a majority of delegates at a first ballot at a convention. then there's the human factor. top campaign strategists worked out this whole cruz/kasich alliance, not the candidates themselves. in fact, just today kasich was out there saying he's not telling anyone how to vote. so we asked you to weigh in on the alliance and most of you feel this is going to end up helping trump rather than hurting him. >> thank you. a major boost to major league supports. the mayor is still trying to lure washington's football teams back to d.c. >> rert
land in southwest for nats ballpark. it is for the new d.c. united soccer stadium set to open in 2018. >> construction and permanent jobs, 1,000, because of this stadium. >> reporter: the new facility's costs are being shared with the team. bethesda residents have backed the team since it arrived in 1996. >> fantastic. we've been with the team ups and downs. thinking about the stadium and now it's a reality. we are so happy. >> reporter: north virginians are long-time fans too. >> season ticket holders. this new project is definitely a blessing. >> reporter: protesters worried about air pollution and funding for the poor
against the project. bowser said the city is mindful of environmental concerns. all the local major league teams plays in d.c., except the redskins. construction on the new soccer stadium itself is due to start this fall. the mystery surrounding the death of prince. why it could be weeks before we'll get some answers. and a local family trying to save lives and punish drivers after the death of a toddler. why the race for the u..s
caps, oh, thank goodness, they're moving to the second round of the playoffs. took care of business over the weekend. they closed out the
flyers in six games. next up, pittsburgh penguins. we do not know the day or time that that series will start, but the caps have learned some valuable lessons from their series against the flyers. >> it just gave us confidence again. i don't know when we're going to play next, but we have to just mentally forget about this series and get focused on the next one.
>> it is just one step. our group doesn't get too high or low. we'll enjoy it, but we're ready already to focus on game one of round two. >> a lot of caps fans have been answering the call to grow a playoff beard for the team and the charity. we've been tracking their beardathon. we came upon the beard of the day. that's doug kammerer there. the caps say they have already raised about $20,000 for the usa warriors hockey program. we can take a closer look at his beard and the weather. i think your beard is collecting pollen right now. >> it collects a lot of stuff you don't want it to collect. >> we probably don't want to know too much about that. >> it's a great day. adam tuss is also doing it
help us raise money. vance, you should have done it too. >> i'm working with you. >> looking good. as long as the caps are winning, we want that great beard. a beautiful afternoon. reston live camera looking really good. i was out there towards reston town center this weekend. had a good time out there. nice day to get some lunch. last couple of days have been great. we've been on the great side of things, but things are going to start going downhill. winds out of the south at about 6 miles per hour, 76. temperatures right now 77. frederick around gaithersburg, 81. everyone is on the warm side. no rain to talk about today. tomorrow night we could start to see some showers, maybe even some thunderstorms. today it was only some cloud cover that came on through, so a mix of sun and clouds. i hi
no problems tomorrow morning. the morning rush should be fine. during the afternoon, we'll have a little system come through. more sunshine. another day of sun and clouds. into the 80s. then we see a couple of showers developing around 5:00, 6:00, 7:00. it's not a lot. there's not a lot of coverage here. any showers that could develop could turn into potential thunderstorms and those could be fairly strong if they were to form, but i'm not expecting too many and i'm not expecting much in the way of severe weather. wednesday is the day i'm not liking. notice at 7:00 a.m. some shower activity, but we have a northeasterly flow. this is maybe drizzle. this is very cool air. temperatures will fall during the day, and we'll have clouds just about all day. wednesday kind of a gloomy afternoon. thursday looks like it could be on the cooler side too. the severe weather threat low tomorrow. a very low tornado threat. high winds, that's the only big threat here.
again, tomorrow carry the umbrella tomorrow night, but you won't need it during the day. 62 degrees at the bus stop. 3:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon, an isolated shower. temperatures about 84 degrees. 67 with cloud cover on wednesday, but temperatures will be falling during the day. we're talking falling temperatures here into the 50s in many areas by the late afternoon. we'll need the jacket this week because look at thursday and friday. upper 50s to low 60s with a better chance of some showers. hoping for a win in maryland despite clear frontrunners on both sides. we'll tell you why one gop candidate is investigating so much time here and in tomorrow's primary. a 2-year-old girl is struck and killed while legally crossing this roadway while holding her
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while they're on the crosswalk and you pay pennies. why republican candidate john kasich is investing so much time in the state despite polls predict that he'll lose. a 26-year-old man with asperger's syndrome arrested for downloading child porn. his family says he should not be treated like everyone else. as we wait for more answers about the death of prince, a friend is revealing what the star told him just days before he died. first tonight, a grandmother hoping to bring change after a family tragedy. >> her 2-year-old granddaughter was hit and killed by a driver while she was walking in a crosswalk. tracee wilkins has the story you'll only see on 4. >> i was holding her hand with my right hand. >> reporter: it's not easy for her to be back at this intersection. >> i'm standing here speaking with you and my heart
>> reporter: the 2-year-old was struck and killed while a driver hit them while they were legally walking in a crosswalk. >> there was no rhyme or reason as to why he did not see us. >> reporter: after the investigation into the crash, the prince george's county state's attorney's office says the driver wasn't under the influence, wasn't texting, talking on his phone, speeding and stayed on the scene after. so it appears this deadly accident is a misdemeanor. >> if you are not texting, if you are not speeding, if you have not consumed alcohol prior to driving, it's okay to kill someone in a crosswalk. >> reporter: she is now working to get support for dynasty's bill, a proposal she's crafted to change maryland's pedestrian laws. >> once this crosswalk sign is pushed, all traffic regardless of direction being traveled
comes to a complete stop. >> reporter: the prince george's state's attorney's office may be interested in reviewing her idea. >> we'll do what we do with a lot of the public safety legislation, which is take a look at it and see if it is something we can get behind. >> accidents happen, but sometimes we can stop things from happening. >> reporter: right now, dynasty's grandmother is working on fwgetting a petition signed get support for her proposed legislation. >> to find out more about the proposal for dynasty's law, go to our website. a man found dead inside his house in virginia was murdered. a family member found him in a townhouse in centerville yesterday afternoon. the medical examiner said late today that the victim was stabbed to death. a neighbor tells us that lee was
university and that he lived with his sister and parents. officers towed a car away from that scene today, but no one has been arrested. they're asking a troubling question in fairfax county. did bullying and harassment lead to a young firefighter's suicide? the fairfax county fire department is now investigating after online allegations surfaced after the death of 31-year-old nicole mittendorff. the fire chief says the department will not tolerate any kind of bullying. mittendorff's body was found last week in a remote area of shenandoah national park. tomorrow, the voters in maryland will go to the polls. it is one of five states that will be participating in primary elections. hundreds of delegates up for grabs. chris gordon in rockville right now where one of the gop candidates spent the afternoon. chris? >> reporter: well, jim, the u.s. senate race here in maryland has taken on tremendous importance. and
presidential primary, it may determine who heads the ticket and how those running for senate and congress may do in the general election. today, presidential hopeful on the gop side governor john kasich campaigned here in montgomery county. republicans lined up for this rally in rockville, maryland, for governor john kasich. some brought their children. >> i just want her to be involved, involved in the community, involved in the political process. >> reporter: these students left school early with their teacher's permission. >> i'm here because i am a republican in my family. i am here to support young republicans in a way that because in this area there's a lot of democrats and a lot of liberal views. >> reporter: governor john kasich entered the rally to a standing ovation. >> when we move to balance budgets in the past and it will be in the future if i am president, w
increase and at least double the amount of funding for the national institutes of health so we can solve these problems of alzheimer's and dementia, these neurological diseases. >> reporter: earlier i interviewed governor john kasich. he said maryland is important to his strategy to stop donald trump. >> maryland's critical. we are running very strong in maryland. you know, we hope to come out of there with some delegates. >> reporter: there are 40 gop candidates running for the republican nomination for the u.s. senate race. ten democrats are running in their party's senate primary. today representatives chris van hollen and donna edwards concentrated their efforts on getting out the vote, each thinking they'll benefit by a big voter turnout. the polls open tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. and close at
that is the latest. doreen, back to you. his death is shrouded in mystery. what a close friend of
prince's is revealing about a recent phone call they had as friends and family paid tribute to the singer. a call for action one year after the baltimore riots. some people are demanding action ter freddieaf
this week marks one year since riots broke out in baltimore. the unrest following the death of freddie gray. an investigation found he suffered a spinal cord injury in the back of a police van. one group is working to bring change to the community. >> i challenge and i ask all adults in the community to give back, to
back, find youth that are looking for your leadership and your guidance. >> the coalition for the transformation and the betterment of baltimore says it will work with schools and community leaders to get young people excited about making a positive impact on the city. more now on the mystery surrounding the sudden death of the entertainer prince. his friends and family held a private memorial service at his house near minneapolis over the weekend. they say there was not a lot of reminiscing because the shock of his death is so new they have yet to grasp its reality. the autopsy is finished, but toxicology results are pending and the medical examiner says it might be weeks before a final report on a cause of death is issued. people in the music icon's inner circle are mentally reviewing his final days to determine if there's something they missed. one close
with prince just five days before his death. >> doing perfect. we now understand that he was not in the best of health. however, perhaps he's in a perfect place now. >> the body of prince has been cremated, but the final resting place for his remains has not been announced. a young man arrested for downloading child porn. we'll have a closer look at the defense team's strategy to keep him out of jail even though they are not convinced it will work. also, the $25 million plan to overhaul a
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virginia, a stafford county couple whose grandson faces child pornography possession charges is fighting back against the allegations. they say if he's convicted and sent to jail it could kill him because he as asperger's syndrome and a seizure disorder. julie carey spoke to the couple and to their grandson today. >> reporter: he holds tightly with his grandmother. he was arrested this month for having child porn on his computer. four days spent in jail terrified mikey and he now often won't let go of her hand. >> after the third night there, he did not think he was going to make it
>> reporter: she and her former police officer husband have raised mikey. his diagnosis asperger's syndrome, a seizure disorder, and organic brain syndrome. while mikey is intellectually bright, emotionally he's more like a 12-year-old. the couple was shocked to learn while downloading music mikey also made his way to child porn sites. >> i explained to mikey that's bad what he did and it's illegal and he can't do that. >> reporter: they told the commonwealth attorney about his diagnoses. mikey told me this about the pictures on his computer. >> i made a mistake in having those on there. i didn't like them. >> reporter: jason pelt is mikey's defense attorney. he says the only way to fight the charges
insanity type defense. >> did he fully comprehend the criminality of his actions and the answer to that is no. >> reporter: i also contacted a stafford county commonwealth attorney to get his side of the story, but i haven't heard back. the owners of the mall at prince george's hiattsville in maryland are hoping a major overhaul will bring in new custome customers. they plan to spend $25 million in renovation and additions to the shopping center. all of that according to the washington business journal. they can expect new retail and dining options there. among the new stores, a 20,000 square foot h&m. well, it would appear that young prince george is a trend setter just like his momma.
trimmed robe the 2-year-old wore to meet the obamas on friday, well, it sold out in seven minutes. it is made by a company called my first years. it cost only $39. every kid should have one of those, huh? will and kate let him stay up 15 minutes past his bedtime to meet the president and first lady last week. so funny to see a 2-year-old dressed like a 42-year-old. we were talking about election day. weather is not going to be a factor it sounds like. >> if you're waiting outside, we've had some long lines. it's going to be on the hot side. bring the water. temperatures tomorrow into the mid 80s across the region. going for a high of 85 tomorrow. not too humid though, so i think we'll be okay there. sunset tonight at 7:55. almost 8:00 sunset. 74 degrees by
temperatures at 11:00 around 67. a little bit cooler. annapolis at 70. that's right along the water though. that is expected this time of year with the cooler waters of the chesapeake. nothing on the radar. we're going to stay dry here over the next 24 hours. we still saw some sunshine through those clouds today. here's the real wide view. you notice the storm spinning around minneapolis. notice the snow up here towards canada. high pressure just to the north is going to drive this cold front down all the way across the northeast. it's going to be in the 30s and 40s in boston. for us, we may be in the 50s and 60s the next couple of days. much cooler. enjoy tomorrow. here's the forecast hour by hour. 85 by 3:00. 7:00 it could be a little bit on the
any storms that do develop could be a little bit on the strong side. that's something we'll watch out for. 85 tomorrow. rather 67 and falling
temperatures on wednesday. 63 on thursday. 64 on friday. we need the rain. looks like we're going to get at least some. got your sports coming up. he's pumped about some of the battles coming
ause you were driving too fast or you didn't look before you turned or you didn't stop for someone in the
crosswalk. always be alert. pedestrians don't come with airbags. 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. will she say anything to win an election?
dave justin with sports. we have ourselves a football player. this guy, he's world class. >> he's world class. he's in the prime of his career. we know what it is like when private planes are picking us up and millions of dollars. >> all the time, right? >> somebody has to do it. not your typical week for josh m norman. his old team the carolina panthers took back an offer. th
late on norman. as carol maloney found out, the redskins were quick like a corner. >> reporter: ten minutes, that's all the time the redskins needed upon hearing that josh norman was available. a big time free agent, signed him last week, introduced today. it is official. josh norman has arrived at redskins park. >> whew, kind of crazy sitting up here talking to you guys on another team in other colors. >> reporter: the best corner back in the league now wearing burgundy, gold, and a massive chip on his shoulder, making him a dream free agent signing. >> he brings a sort of chemistry and culture that i'm looking for and that we're looking for. like i said, he can help us win games. >> all my life i've been counted out, cast away. now i have a chance to make those doubters and everybody
back and show them something different, man. >> reporter: how about a repeat performance against o'dell beckham jr.? a guaranteed division battle at least twice a year with his nemesis from the giants. >> i'll give everything i got just as well as he is. whatever happens that day, it will happen. what i do know is i'm going to work my tail off until i see somebody that's different. that's all i'm bringing here man, is just work, work, work, work. >> reporter: he's working under a $75 million deal. 36.5 million is guaranteed. will he be worth it? time will tell. news 4 sports. to the capitals. we know the who and the what. just not the when. the who, the pittsburgh penguins are the capitals second round opponent. we don't know when.
the capitals defense will need to be stingy again as they were reminded against the flyers. capitals saved a lot of nervous people around the town by closing the series against the flyers. the penguins have won 18 of the last 21 games going back to the regular season. the caps history, winning just one of nine series against the penguins. >> our team is going to win four games. that's it. >> we know if we do the right things and the way we're supposed to play we'll have a really good chance to come out on top every night. we're just staying confident and not changing our team or anything. >> you look at the teams left in the playoffs and they're all scared. they all have their strengths and weaknesses. we've been
yearlong to have very few weaknesses and to play against the style of any team. steph curry will miss two weeks. sprained right mcl. talk an awkward fall in sunday's game on a wet spot. reigning mvp tweeted today, all things considered i'm going to be all right. warriors lead the series three games to one. look. it's back. the deflategate story and so is tom brady's four-game suspension. brady must serve the four-game suspension that was overturned by a lower court. the court ruled the punishment of brady was permitted by the nfl's collective bargaining agreement. i'm not a lawyer, but i play one on tv. that deflate story never goes away. >> is this done? >> he can appeal again. >> we'll have to check with the supreme court
after his career is done. >> it is kind of ridiculous. >> just killed 40 seconds. >> thanks, dave. >> johnny manizel is probably going to go t jail too,o kathleen matthews: in the race for congress, i don't believe that big money can buy votes -- not in our district. and i won't
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