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right now on "news4 today," a cloudy start and showers that could rain out your plans for the weekend. good morning. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm david culver. storm track, when you'll be in the clear and when you're definitely need an umbrella. >> also, david, decision day in virginia. the ballots for unbound delegates could change donald trump's primary win. and ready for face-off. game day for the caps as they look to continue on the quest for the stanley cup. good morning. i'm tom kierein, and the storm team 4 meteorologist tracking rain well away from us, well
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right now the storm team 4 radar scanning our sky not showing any rain around. just patchy drizzle. in the rural areas, a little fog. these blips of blue around la rey and then into the panhand panhandle's west virginia, around petersburg, a few sprinkles. otherwise, dry, cloudy, and still cool. the nearest rain is way off to the west in kentucky, indiana, illinois, and the heaviest rains along the mississippi river valley, tracking our way, but not arriving until late tonight. temperatures right now are hovering right around 50 degrees in the metro area, from the bay all the way into the mountains hovering near 50 degrees. look at the hour-by-hour timing on the rain arrival, coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks, tom. a developing story this morning occupy prince george's county, a man is dead after a crash in fort washington, travling southbound nd
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highway, lost control of his car and hit a guardrail. it happened right before 1:00 this morning. we're working to find out the victim's name and what led up to the crash. when we have that we'll have it for you here. and a big training exercise happening today. it's going to be at reagan national airport, where you're looking live this morning. beginning at 9:00, crews are holding a full-scare emergency prepar preparedness drill expected to last until june simulating an aircraft accident, done in a remote part of the airport and should not effect any regular travel. the death of a missing alexandria women is now a homicide. lizeth yadira lopez was found in a ditch yesterday morning, more than a mile from where last seen. her sister spoke to her just before she entered that cvs, on
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heard from her. >> she's like the closest family i have here. it is a horrible situation. she just graduated, an autopsy will help find out how she died. a scene of a brutal scabbing. a jury convicted this man yesterday in the stabbing of a man. he stabbed him dozens of times at his home in silver springs. it happened days before christmas in 2014. they connected him to the murder from a bloody fingerprint and sneaker print left at the scene. prosecutors called him a monster. more opportunities for children in low-income families in the district as the house approves a private voucher program giving $20 million in
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fund are for xl scholarships. according to our news partner wgop, the bill renews a program for another five years. many democrats opposed this program, but d.c. mayor muriel bowser supports it. a major youth soccer program in montgomery county says it's ordering more frequent background checks for its coaches after the finding of a news 4 eye team investigated first reported thursday night. pleading guilty to attempting to solicit a boy for sex. it happened in 2014 outside a school and turned out to be a sting by an undercover police officer, but the eye team found he continued to manage to coach in the soccer foundation in montgomery county even after his arrest. the league said it was aun aware of the charges and plans to increase its background checks and they want be flois be sure no young soccer
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victim. he has begun a two-year jail term this month. it's 6:04. the man shot and wounded by police during a television standoff in baltimore is now facing charges. alex brizy walked into the station wearing an animal costume and life preserver disguised to look like an explosive vest. his father said his son thought the world was and ending and he was trying to get the world out. the explosives were chocolate bars connected to some wires. after leaving the television station, he was ordered to stop but kept going towards the officers, and that is when a sniper shot him. and a vigil to remember those killed in the rhoden family. funerals under way this week.
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drugs played a role in the piketon county killings. right now no motive or suspect. a new battle in decision 2016 is shaping up in virginia. gop candidate charles hearnic and michael webb fighting don beyer. the 8th congressional district. the gop candidates face an uphill battle for name recognition and campaign cash. no opponents in the democratic primary in june. henrik and webb will learn their fate happening may 7th at the district convention. what's going on on the ice. a big day. game day, cap fans. >> beards continuing to grow, but not mine. not yours either. >> no. >> the team is hoping to win against the penguins, continuing momentum, anything like game one, they're in luck. the first game proved the series isn't going to be an easy one. the caps gave up m
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than they all four wins against the flyers. >> it was a, a lot more up and down. a lot more three on twos and guys playing, offensive chances. >> so here's a heads up if you're planning to go to the game and take metro, leave extra early. trackwork may slow you up to 20 minutes. also we remind you coverage starts with the quest for the cup special at puck drops at 8: us as 11:00 for a recap around nap sis. 6:07 your time right now. he gave his life to the community. honoring a firefighter's legacy. one of the biggest railroad companies wanted to change the rules. why a federal court decided a private company was asking for too much power. it's
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ish. he lost his life serving many of you. his community now a memorial bear the name of fallen firefighter john ulmschneider. his name added to the county's memorial in landover hills. a resident shot and killed ulmschneider two weeks ago. he was responding to a call. the surviving firefighter, kevin swain's mother was at the ceremony. >> we're very sad for the ulmschneider family, grateful for our son who is here and thankful for the firefighter that reached out to us and people we don't even know. >> also observing a moment of silence at 7:51, which was the exact time of the deadly
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shooting. amtrak won't be allowed power to impose rail standards on other private railroads. the u.s. court of appeals ruled it's unconstitutional to give a self-interested company regulatory power over competitors. a 2008 law suggested it work with federal regulators creating standards helping to keep trains running on time. the railroad industry objected and file add lawsuit challenging amtrak's authority. a man killed after being hit head-on. details all new this happening in anne arundel county. he was traveling over the speed limit, an officer tried to stop him, when they say he sped up, took the 170 ramp into dorsey road, and there he hit an yo oncoming vehicle. we're working to find out the kna name of's man who was killed. a few of us ha
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tom is tracking when the clouds will clear and how soon a warm-up is coming. and out of the south, major damage from at least two tornadoes. the dangerous, severe weather tearing down homes and forcing neighbors there to seek s
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good morning. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierth
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rain. that is way out in the midwest. most of the heavy rain you see there on the right of your screen that is along the miissippi river valley, but it is tracking towards the east-northeast are and will be getting closer to us later this evening. new model timing just coming in on the hour-by-hour look at the rain as it arrives and leaves. i'll have that for you in a couple of minutes. >> tom, thank you. right now, the cleanup is underway in parts of central and southern oklahoma after dangerous storms whipped through the area. take a look at some of this video we got. at least two tornadoes touched down. the storm tore through homes sending residents running for shelter. reported wind gusts up to 115 miles per hour, strong enough to overturn trucks and force police to shut down a 20-mile stretch of the interstate freeway. the fight against the zika virus, puerto rico reported its first zika-related d
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a 70-year-old man died from the virus and complications. a test for the virus could be made available to certain labs by next week. maryland has more funding for zika prevention. $250,000 to fund the effort and stepping up public education with a page on a website and an ad campaign. a cruise ship cut short its trip and headed back to port norfolk. it came in thursday night. some passenger was so weak they couldn't disembark until yesterday. dozens of passengers and crews on the "balmoral" reported getting sick over the two-week voyage. the ship ditched a plan that was supposed to stop in bermuda and returned to port early because of the norovirus. some passenger spent 48 hours quantity teened in their room. the department of justice investigates a deadly
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outbreak by dole foods. it's connected to the processing plant in springfield, ohio. 33 people in the u.s. and canada fell nil that outbreak from may 2015, really it ran up until this past february. all were taken to the hospital. four people died. dole is the worlds's largest fruit and vegetable producer. 6:17 is your time right now. if you have prescription medications you're not using anymore. don't dump them down the drain, because today is prescription drug take-back day allowing those with skyred, unused or unwanted prescription drugs to take them back to a drop-off location to be disposed of properly without causing potential contamination. several events are going on around the country, including in leesburg at the dea museum exhibit. drop out there at 10:00 this morning and i tweeted out a way to find our drop-off sites near you today. go to my twitter handle
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underscore, culver. thousands of children end up in foster care because their parents got locked up for drug abuse or child neglect. there's a program called family treatment court that's helping reunite those families rather than tear them apart. >> dead. i would be dead. >> reporter: ebony marsh has seven children and suffers from mental health issues as well as a drug addiction. more than a year and a half ago, things had gotten so bad at home she was in danger of having her children taken away and put into foster care. that's when her daughter stepped up and gave her mom a choice. get help, or lose her family. >> i wouldn't let my mom come around my daughter. i wouldn't let her touch her. you can't come in my room, and it hurt me. >> she had the strength to call and get me help. i didn't -- wasn't able to do it on my own. >> reporter: marsh was offered the opportunity to ent are the d.c. superior court's
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treatment court p. a 15-month program providing drug counseling and other support. along with five other women, marsh graduated as her family watched. >> and i'm proud of her. i'm at a loss for -- i knew she could do it. she just needed the push and i was the push. >> reporter: marsh and her children be back together, just like the other families celebrating. judge pamela gray says family court has been saving families for 14 years now. >> we do get the children back home a lot faster and less of trauma. >> it was a struggle getting here, but i made it. >> reporter: she made it with the help of this program, and the support of her family. >> i love you, baby. >> reporter: at d.c. superior court, mark segraves, news 4. today comcast employees will be working for you in the community as part of comcast cares day.
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heading to an eligibletry school in southeast washington spending the morning doing landscaping, painting murals and making vegetable gardens. comcast owns our parent company and considering the fact that we're probably going to be dealing with some rain. it's so dreary. >> it is, tom. several dreary mornings the past several days and scattered showers and storms again this morning? >> the good news, no rain until, like, maybe 10:00, 11:00 tonight. staying dry all day. so great for comcast cares day. the broccoli city festival going on. the only thing is, we're suffering from solar deprivation. >> right. >> we haven't had any sun since last wednesday, and here we are off to another gray morning. there is the capitol under this gray skies, starting off early on this saturday morning, producing a little drizzle. maybe in some of the rural areas. radar not picking that up. storm team 4 radar showing all dry pretty .
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rural areas. the main area of rain is way out here in the midwest. it's along the mississippi river valley. leading edge of that, a few sprinkles coming into southern west virginia and kentucky, but most of this heavier rain is not going to arrive here until late tonight. so starting off cool. temperatures hovering around 50 degrees. you're going to get sersz exerc, get in a run, upper 50s by 11:00. hovering around 60 by noon. the broccoli city festival stays dry at the gateway center, d.c., in southeast washington, run being from noon and a lot of great bands, live music and great information on healthy living. well, as we look at the future weather, the areas you see in green, those are showers not moving in until late tonight, sunday morning. most of the showers off and on during the morning hours on sunday will taper off and maybe another round coming in on sunday
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highs, lows 60s. sunday, upper 70s. more showers maybe tuesday and again thursday getting into next week. that's the way it looks. >> tom, thank you. 6:22 your time. and developing now, several dead, hundreds injured in a building collapse overseas. we'll show you the risky rescues as families are trapped in
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[ cheers and applause ] well-deserved applause after a baby is pull aid live from the rubble, but rescuers, they're still trying to reach others trapped by a building collapse in kenya's capital. at least seven people are dead. more than 100 injured. the six-story building collapsed yesterday after heavy rain and flooding hit that area. kenya is in the midst of its april-may rainy season. a astronomers in europe discovered a comet without a tail. it is the first of its kind and it's made of rocky materials from the inner solar system, they say. they created this animation. take a look. it shows how the comet was formed 4 billion years ago. it was first discovered back in 2014 by a network of telescopes that scours the night skies. it is called minx. did i say that right? >> kind of like spanx. >>
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i didn't know there were minx. >> learn something every day. afraid of heights? avoid the highest cable cars that run between a mountain top over two miles away and over 15,000 feet above sea level in venezuela, about three miles high. they imposed national energy rationing including roving blackouts up to four hours a day. no word if the cars are restricted on a schedule as a result of the energy cutbacks. so where did the sun go? why has it been so long as we look outside live national harbor. on what is a dreary morning right now at 6:26. tomsing tracking how soon this depressing weather will move on out. and how virginia delegates could influence the republican race and make a big difference for another candidate.
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major work on metro that may slow you. the problem spots to avoid in order to stay on time. 6:27.
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it is 6:30, and here are the top stories we are following. man is dead after a crash in prince george's county. police say he cass traveling southbound on indian highway at palmer road in fort washington when he lost c
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and hit a guardrail. it happened just before 1:00 in the morning. employees and first responders getting ready for a major emergency exercise that will happen at reagan national airport where we're looking live right now. it will kick off at 9:00 this morning. they're going to be working on a simulated aircraft accident. we're told the exercise is happening in a cornered off section of the airport and should not affect any air travel. it is game day, caps fans. the caps an pens head back to verizon center tonight. our coverage starts with a "quest for the cup" special airs ap 7:30. the puck drops at 8:00. >> not even changing the channel from channel 4. everything is right here, everything you need to know. we are off to what is a cloudy and rainy start this saturday morning. >> we are. take a look outside. it is so gray across the whole shot. a little chilly out as well and in for more rain later today. you can see showers on storm team 4 radar moving
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are our way. timing is everything if you want to get outside without that umbrella. >> tom kierein is tracking when you'll be in the clear. tom what are we thinking? >> staying dry throughout the day. no rain around the area right now. storm team 4 radar scanning our skies, maybe a little drizzle in some of the rural areas and a little fog there, but locally, don't have rain on the storm team 4 radar. look at that scanning the sky from the bay, the eastern shore, all the way into the mountains. we are dry this morning. just clouds around. getting a few sprinkles here way out in kentucky and southern west virginia, but most of the rain is way out here in illinois, missouri, down to arkansas. pretty big area of rain. going to be tracking off, getting closer to us here. new models just coming in now. new hour-by-hour timing coming up this half hour. >> we'll check in with you then. thank you, tom. host to the virginia gop convention this weekend, presidential candidate
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kierein -- candidate ted cruz hoping to walk away with more delegates. those in the never trump movement hope cruz will earn at least 10 delegates. >> base and principles, trump, in my mind, is not a conservative and not a republican, and, yes, i am a never trump. >> if cruz is able to get those 13 extra dell guilt that could give him more delegates in the commonwealth than trump who won virginia, you'll recall, on primary day. bureau chief julie kerry is covering the convention. look for hur yub dates on news 4 at 6:00. moil, the most powerful republican in maryland is still refusing to throw his support behind donald trump. and if there was any question about governor larry hogan's position, well, he answered it on friday. >> and i haven't been reluctant. i said i was not going to get involved and would not endorse any candidate and i was going to stay focused on maryland. i get asked that almost every day but have been saying the same thing since february 24th and i'm
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more stupid questions about donald trumpants tell us how you real feel, governor. trump earned more than 50% of the vote in maryland's republican primary this week, taking all of the state's delegates. i don't think they're stupid questions. right? >> find out. more heated protests outside of appearances of gop front-runner donald trump. demonstrators broke down barricades and scuffled with police as they mobbed the hotel where trump was speaking at the state's gop convention. trump had to find another way in. >> leave our state! >> a revolution. come to violence, that's just the way it goes. >> felt like i was crossing the border, actually. you know? true. i was crossing the border, but i got here. >> in all, 20 people arrested and at least 1 person was bloodied in protests outside a trump rally last night. >> keep your eyes out this
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around town. they're here for the annual white house correspondents' dinner happening tonight. comedy central's larry wilmer emceesal event known at the nerd prom. an early selfie with larry wilmore. one you'll want to watch. president obama's final appearance, the commander in chief usually pokes fun at himself. don't be surprised if he has smiths to say about his successor. and a fire that tore through parts of shenandoah national park is finally out. t"the washington post" reports portions of the park are still roped off. they fought the fire more than two weeks and one
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fires in its 80-year history. and give yourself extra time if you're running the red line. impacting stations from medical center through van ness. crews inspecting cables, making repairs to the third rail and working to fix problems that slowed down service this week. >> adding 30 minutes to your commute. trying to meet people for brunch, trying to catch a movie, i mean, you know, it really affects you. >> you'd rather take the bus than the train? >> two buses. every day. >> staying away over the weekend. >> yeah. many of you sharing in on that frustration. there's also going to be delays on the orange and silver lines this weekend for repairs. it impacts the area between the bowlston anden falls church station. and the city festival kicks off today. check out great music by future, the internet and lots of other inspiring artists. festivalgoers were given the opportunity to actually earn a ticket to the a e vent by
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volunteering with the festival's power of one campaign. for more on the festival and a lineup, head to the nbc washington app. a great story on there with some awesome, awesome video. going to be a party. >> looks like it. >> yeah. the redskins have two new weapons on defense. the players joining the ranks as the nfl draft enters its final day. >> weird. you never pick up the sweatshirt without thinking about the kid. >> the remarkable way students in our area are honoring a beloved teacher as they prepare for their future. it's 6:36. at giant, shoppers are discovering low prices by the thousands, plus a thousand more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, get me to feed the whole neighborhood? no. just trying to save you a whole lot of "bread." [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags, thousands of low prices. my giant.
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women, today is the last day of the 2016 nfl draft, and the redskins are looking good. >> last night they took two defensive players. one from usc and a familiar face and former h
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at 6'1", 226 pounds, cravens listed as a hybrid safety linebacker. joe berry, defensive coordinator recruited him to usc. full sir a local product having played high school football at good counsel. we'll wait to see who they grab tonight and to get ready, a lot of parties going on. skins hosting an annual draft day at the field. the guys already expected expected to attend the party. admission and parking not costing you a thing. the parking lot opens at 10:00. gates open at 11:00. the party returns until 4:00 this afternoon. >> so much going on in the area today. >> i know. >> today's is where it's at. rain, rain go away. saying that forever, it seems like. tom is updating his forecast with when the sun will finally make an appearance again. how soon those temps will be back in the 70s. it is the hottest ticket in town. the c
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invites you underground, and why each visit is never quite the same.
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hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi.
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honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving and a place to enjoy it together. good morning. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein, 6:42 on this saturday morning. low clouds, drizzle around, but the main area of rain is way off to our west. you can see there on the storm team 4 radar, it's advancing out ofe
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heading north and east. no into the metro area until late tonight. a look at the new hour-by-hour timing on that, and when it's going to taper off and ending. that's all coming up here in just a few minutes. >> tom, check in with you then. thank you. 6:43 your time now. the "today" show up next on nbc 4. >> we want to check in with our friends joining us live from new york. good morning. >> good morning to you. coming up on a saturday morning on "today," more violent opposition to donald trump as his republican rivals make a hail mary attempt to stop him. live on the campaign trail. and dylan has the forecast with people facing severe weather today. plus, did the pilots of one of the two teenage boys lost at sea months ago clinging to debris. and skipping the white house correspondents' dinner tonight but the president sure will let loose. and guys, all
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and see you from new york in just a bit right here on "today." >> a lot of folks in town here. >> i know. drinking a lot of coffee this weekend. >> yes. >> we're not going to bed. all right. thanks, guys. >> thanks. 25 years behind bars. that's the sentence for a montgomery county man for his three-day crime spree near the westfield wheaton mall. christian jordan targeted women at parking garages near the mall and the wheaton station. he tried to kidnap one of the victims. when officers arrested him at a jcpenney they say he had a bb gun he used during those times. and comments posted about a firefighter who took her life earlier in the month. it's not clear if the posts had anything to do with her death. a former
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face. >> starts in our fire academy, we are supposed to handle every issue, so be strong, brave, courageous, and give help, don't ask for help. >> that's why i'm appealing to the person that hosts this site to take down the lewd comments. >> the blog's administrator does not plan to remove the controversial comment. chief bowers is investigating whether any of his firefighters posted the comments about mittendorff. high school senior committing to the college of their choice. with the new school comes all the swag. hats, bumper stickers, sweatshirts. seniors at one loudon county school is leaving a part of their future behind. >> reporter: at first it may look like an obsession. >> probably around 60 or so. >> reporter: who really needs dozens of college sweatshirts? >> i love sweatshirts. my
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>> reporter: immediate this dominion high school biology teacher denise wingfield. >> totally redid the closet. >> reporter: it's not about need or make a fashion statement. rather -- it's about them. her students. part and present. >> kind of weird. you never pick up the sweatshirt without thinking about the kid. >> it started off as a, kind of a thank you to her. >> reporter: emmy joseph is one of ms. wingfield's former students, now a fellow science teacher at dominion. >> ten years later, still that passionate, loving person who works so hard and truly, truly cares. >> reporter: that dedication seen in ms. wingfield's early morning commute. >> usually about, hmm, an hour, an hour and 15 minutes. >> reporter: driving in from near front royal, she gets to school well before it starts, just in case students need anything. >> hey. what's up? i didn't know if you needed me. >> reporter: the sweart
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honor a teacher who always was there to encourage. even after graduation. >> once you're one of her kids you're one of her kids and even when you're a colleague. i'm still one 6 her kids. >> how denise sees it. >> memories. memories of kids. i have 20 years' worth of kids in this room. >> reporter: and still remembers them. >> alissa, alex. jake cole, one of my kids this year. >> reporter: she really cares about her students and it shows so i really wanted to thank her for that. >> reporter: for denise, this turned deeply personal over the past few years. >> my dad and i were really close. i mean, we were always very close. he's my hero. >> reporter: denise's father, a former principal. before he passed at the beginning of the school year, dementia corroded much of his memory. >> from wone day to the next he might know me, might not. one hour to the next. he always
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>> a reminder of his passion, education. >> he didn't know who i was but i'd have sweatshirts on and change them, throughout the weekend, or whatever, he always mailed me sit down and tell him about the kid. what did they want to major in. >> i ask kids today. >> reporter: today denise doesn't only wear her pride for students, she also writes it out. >> the minute that they figure out where thir goiey're going to college they get to put it up on the board. we have tech people, jmu people. i do have somebody from your alma mater. kelly going away, william and mary, notice written in green. >> reporter: a teacher kept warm by her students' bright futures. >> she know i have something that will remind me of them. >> our alma maters in there. everybody year, between 20 to 30 college recommendations. what do you do with all the
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sweatshirts? gets repeats and donates some to homeless shelters. >> great. what's so beautiful about a story like that is seeing all the different relationships affected, from the one with her father to her students, they will never forget her and what she's done. >> and her them. incredible. >> so many dedicated teachers. >> yes. >> she's one of thousands that are so dedicated to their students. >> and we appreciate you. we do. talking about the weather. man, i feel like the sun refuses to come out. >> that's why let's just look at angie's dress. >> i'm faking it! >> helping to brighten your day. we don't have sun on tap here for today. another day with a lot of clouds around. doesn't stop you from getting into a bike ride, on the mount vernon trail, capital crescent path, great bike trails around. cloudy and cool. need to layer up a little bit. in the low 50s, 9:00, and mid-50s, noon, near 60 during the afternoon. just cloudy. no rain. so should be good for outdoor activities today. right now rather cool hovering around 50gr
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post your pictures like sue did of this gorgeous field of tulips at the burnside homes in haymaker, virginia. a couple days ago. tulips up trying their best to brighten our days. no rain here, but a lot of rain here in the midwest. that's going to be tracking our way. later tonight. daylight hours stay dry. the hour-by-hour timing. 3:00 a.m. sunday, area in green, area of showers coming in. 3:00 to 7:00 a.m. after that, more showers, 7:00 a.m. through 10:00 a.m., mate settle down noontime. in our round of showers between 1:00 and 3:00 during the afternoon on sunday. storm team 4 four-day forecast, highs today around 60. low 60s sunday with showers. finally sun back monday. highs upper 70s on monday. and more rain back on tuesday with highs mid-60s. a little sun back on wednesday and maybe more showers on thursday and then drying out on friday. that's the way it looks. >> all right, tom.
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remember the popular exhibit at the national building museum with thousands of plastic balls? starting today hundreds will enjoy them in a new way. >> i thought that was familiar when we showed that video. quickly it's become the hottest ticket in town. news 4 megan mcgrath takes us on an underground journey at dupont center. >> reporter: opens later today. they're talking all of those little balls. remember the balls from the beach exhibit? the installation at the building, recycling them and re-usiing them in an art xzibie, the trolley. creating all of these building blocks. take a look at this here, you can see they've taken the balls and have glued them together and put little velcro pieces on them creating almost like
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people who get a tickets, and tickets are very hard to come by. sold out for several week, but if you can score a ticket, you're allowed to come down here into the old trolley tunnel and for one hour deconstruct, or make one on your own. an interactive exhibit that changes depending on the inspiration people have. what they build or tear down. everything changes hour by hour. it gets underway later on today. tickets are sold out, but they plan to make more tickets available in the coming weeks. underneath dupont circle, i'm megan mcgrath. >> wow. an awesome story right there. >> hmm. 6:52 your time. four things to know on this saturday. we start with a rather tragic story. a man killed in at crash in prince george's county. police say he was traveling southbound on indian highway at palmer road in port whaug he lo
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guardrail just before 1:00 in the morning. a major emergency drill happening at reagan national airport. staff and first responders working 0en a simulated aircraft accident that starts at 9:00 a.m. travel will not be impacted. 13 at-large delegates up for grabs at the gop convention today. presidential candidate ted cruz hoping to snatch up the delegates to give him a better chance at the national republican convention. it is game day, caps fans. the caps and pence head bas hea verizon center that airs at 7:30. the puck drops at 8:00. >> making me hungry. proof you can never get enough pizza. the new creation that's turning heads. that's definitely out of the box. >> amazing. 6:53.
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we've told you about so much going on today. still looking for something fun to do head out to the first-ever duck races at yards park. the fun event kicks off at 10:00 this morning with the duck race, which starts at 2:00 this afternoon. enjoy games and exhibits from local businesses, and listen to ducks, apparently. [ duck sound effects ] >> that wasn't you. right? the sound effect. >> no. pizza lovers, listen up. a pizzeria in new york created the ultimate pi
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made of, yes, pizza. >> this story makes me so happy. one way to cut down on packa g tweeted a pizza box, inspired seeing all the pizza boxes in trash cans. no waste with this pizza causing a buzz. now the pizza box is officially on the menu. it's environmentally friendly. i wonder if it cost more because you're getting more of the goods? >> i just hope delivery is done with gloves. >> they bag it. throw it in a bag. i'll take pizza in a bag.
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good morning. taking on trump. emotions running high today. a day after violent protests broke out in california. ahead of donald trump's speech to a republican gathering forcing him to ditch his car and hop a highway barrier to get inside. >> oh, boy. i felt like i was crossing the border, actually. i was crossing the border, but i got here. >> as ted cruz and john kasich make a last-ditch effort to stop trump with the crucial indiana primary three days away. we are live on the campaign trail. severe weather watch. 30 million americans at risk again today as the storm threat moves e


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