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coming up on "early today," a bizarre night in west virginia as donald trump supporters give bernie sanders a big boost on primary night. a man goes on a violent stabbing rampage at a local shopping mall. multiple deaths and injuries reported. a son for prince? new developments into his final days and a doctor who may have treated prince just hours befofore his death. plus, tornadoes continue to wreak havoc in the midwest and the discovery of nine goldilocks planets that resemble earth. is there life out there? "early today" starts right now. good morning. i'm dara brown. authorities in taunton, massachusetts, are trying to figure out what caused a man to go on a violent stab be rampage that started at a home and ended at a shopping mall. police say the suspe
others before shot and killed by a off-duty deputy's sheriff. >> reporter: it was about 7:00 local time when a man crashed a vehicle outside a home in taunton, massachusetts. about 40 miles south of boston. >> after the crash, the individual, who has been identified as arthur darosa, 28 of taunton, exited his vehicle and gained access to a home at 270 mirror street in taunton. once inside, he stabbed two women. >> reporter: one of the victims, age 80, died. a short time later, the suspect crashed a car into a store at a nearby shopping mall. >> we saw the car jolt right in and after that, my mom said hurry up and we went the other way. it happened the fastest thing y by. >> reporter: once inside, authorities say darosa assaulted several people and one died. >> i was
i didn't know what was going on. everybody started running, including the employees. so we started running. >> reporter: off-duty sheriff's deputy shot the assailant and was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. >> it appears the actions of the deputy there may have been other victims. >> reporter: police don't believe terrorism was the actual motive for the attack. the actual motive is under investigation. bernie sanders captured the west virginia primary last night taking 16 delegates to hillary clinton's 11. it forces clinton to continue a costly and long battle. the vermont senator remains a distant second in the delegate hunt. he told a packed oregon crowd he's in the fight until the end. >> this week, we won a really great victory in indiana. and, tonight, it appears tha
won a big, big victory in west virginia! we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination! >> sanders' victory comes after vice president biden said this to "gma." >> i feel confident hillary will be the nominee and file confident she will be the next president. >> despite that, clinton forges on and in a barrage of new ads in kentucky ahead of the state's may 17th primary. after refraining from airing any ads in west virginia. over on the republican side, donald trump easily won the nebraska and west virginia primaries. the wins coming easily since he is the only republican left standing. but it was news regarding a controversial trump delegate out of california that made headlines late yesterday after the california secretary of state released a list of formally aassigned delegates and included on trump's list one was wi
country's most prominent white nationalists and they say the inclusion was due to a database error despite the campaign formally choosing its delegates. johnson has said since he would withdraw his selection as a trump delegate but a spokesperson for the california secretary of state says johnson will remain on the trump campaign's certified list heading to cleveland. trump made news regarding a possible supreme court pick that is reverberating across the political world. >> well, they will be pro life and see about overturning but we will -- i will appoint judges that will be pro life. >> planned parenthood released the following statement. it backs it up with a policy agenda that is dangerous and ignores the very real issues women face in this country. trump discussed his meeting thursday with house speaker paul ryan and said this about the
christie as his running mate. >> well, i like chris a lot. i'm not going to rule him in o'or out. i would say i have in mind five different people. i think they are excellent and i'll announce whoever it will be at the convention. i have a lot of respect for paul and i think we are going to have a very good meeting, i hope. he's a very good man. he wants what is good for the party and i think we are going to have very positive results. i think franklin for him to stay and be chairman. >> speaker ryan sat "wall stree spoke of the challenges facing his party. >> we have to unify the republican party. the point i'm making we shouldn't have you pretend that our party is unified when we know it's not. look. one week since the primary effectively ended and a very bitter decisive primary and take more than just a week to repair and unify this party. >> trump will have a full plate of meetings with congressional republicans tomoow
democratic leaders will hold a press conference today to discuss the house legislative agenda ahead of trump's meeting. the latest into the investigation into the death of prince. authorities returned to his paisley park compound yesterday evening to search his complex. one of the doctors has been identified and police got a search warrant. >> reporter: among many of the unanswered questions about prince's untimely death, did a local doctor in minnesota treat him in his final days? a search warrant says dr. michael to do schulenberg, seen in this video made for a local university, examined prince twice. once on april 7th before his plane made an emergency landing in moline, illinois. then again on april 20th, the day before prince died. the warrant, which was issued to obtain prince's health record says dr. schulenberg was dropping off test results to prince at psl
during questioning by police, dr. schulenberg said he prince and the unspecified prescriptions were filled at a walgreens. dr. schulenberg is a family physician. he told investigators he worked for north memorial clinic. that hospital tells nbc news that he is no longer an impl employer. this comes after an attorney for dr. howard kornfeld an addiction specialist in california says a representative of prince called his client the night before the pop star died for what he described as a life saving mission. stephanie gosk, nbc news. minnesota. a man has come toward saying he is prince's son. on friday, the judge cleared the way for dna testing to be conducted o
prince's blood in case any parent issues arrives. one says it's sleeved 700 inquire ifor people who believe they may be related to the artist. a large tornado ripped through western kentucky. video from a nearby car dealership in down of mayfield capture the twist and sending debris from buildings flying through the air. the tornado then appears to subside before touching down again opinion. >> there it goes. it's going over there! oh, look that the look at that! look at that, look at that. holy mackerel! >> it is part of a storm system has ravaged the central plains and killed two people this weekend. other tornadoes have been confirmed to touched down elsewhere in kentucky. president obama makes history when he becomes the first sitting american president to
obama's deputy national security adviser ben rose spoke on media.com, quote, he will not revisit the decision to use the atomic bomb at the end of world war ii. instead he will offer a forward looking vision focused on our shared future. the president's may 27th visit will come at the end of the g-7 summit being hosted by japan. over 22 million people are at risk of severe weather today. nbc's meteorologist bill karins is here with the details. >> good morning. we are continuing our active week. the amazing pictures of the tornadoes from monday and a few yesterday in kentucky. today an isolated tornado or two but large hail is more of a threat. west virginia through the mountains and thunderstorms in central texas greeting you early this morning. areas further to the north, soakisoak
kansas as they have intensified overnight. omaha, expect a rainy morning. the afternoon, here is a severe risk. 22 million from iowa to illinois and almost the state of missouri, back down through this area that is in oklahoma and texas. that is where we have our enhanced risk of severe storms. this is a late afternoon, into the evening. maybe the late evening areas. this enhanced risk isolated tornado, biggest threat, baseball-sized hail and the possibility of damaging winds. abilene, north of dallas and sherman, wichita falls and mcallister to ft. smith. the timing doesn't show a lot impressive and by 7:00 nothing out there and looks like the storms will follow up 7:00 to 11:00 tonight. that is your national weather. here is a closer look at the day ahead. another juice in the atmosphere. thunderstorms and chi
we will watch the severe weather moving to the ohio valley tomorrow. >> so much more frightening when these things happen at night. >> you can't see them. you don't know where it is. >> exactly. bill karins, thanks for that. a scare in new york city involving police and taylor swift. a pizza place may have saved one loyal customer's life. the amazing details are up next. . their flea and tick killer doesn't have to be. nexgard, the vet's #1 choice for dogs, is a delicious, beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. so it's easy to give, easy to take. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. why mess around? for powerful flea and tick protection, ask your vet about nexgard. the #1 choice of vets for their dogs and yours. quilted northern works their bathroom experience. just like they forgot conductor randy,
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and the side effects. he faces a first-degree murder and he claims the candy caused his psychotic behavior. one man's loyalty to domino's pizza paid off after it saved his life. they noticed 11 days had passed since their daily customer's last order. concerned, they sent a driver to his home and called 911. they heard calls for help and the man was on the floor crying. he is recovering at a hospital. nasa scientists have confirmed planets outside of our solar system. the discovery further raise hope that another earth-like planet is out there. scientists believe at least nine of the known planets are potentially inhabitable. a huge day on wall street. dow added over 22
budweiser's marketing campaign is off and running toward the olympics and the presidential election. they are relabeling budweiser with america. through election day. u.p.s. is using these silicon valley zip line drones to air-drop life saving supplies like these to hospitals in rwanda. u.p.s. says they are learning from this experience as they continue talks with the faa. a judge ruled that staples may not merge with office depot, thus killing a $6 billion merger. ahead, highlights from the invictus games for wounded warriors. perhaps the best throw in history. sports is up next.
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that oklahoma city has won in san antonio after the spurs only lost one game at home all year. the loss sends the spurs to the brink of elimination. . >> carlton with a drive. score! around behind. >> the penguins now face the tampa bay lightning in the eastern conference finals. prince harry was in attendance for the track and field events at the invictus games. usa ivan spears wrapped himself in the american flag while accepting the gold medal for the 1500 race. his second gold of the day. sarah ritter fell in the 200-meter race but gets up and takes the silver medal. she won gold in the 100-meter. a 50 million dollar, 12,000 feet high school stadium has been improved. the district is the
that three high schools, all of which will play at this new stadium. check out perhaps the most accurate throw in history. this is university of california pitcher ryan mason throwing a baseball threw a falling cardboard tube, not much larger than the ball. amazingly, he hits it dead center. the tube doesn't rattle at all! he may want to have catch with this guy. boy, what a catch by the ball boy. this is from the twins ball boy who goes out to make the grab. he even saved one fan from the peril of being hit by a screaming line drive. just ahead, if you're feeling guilty about binge watching tv, why netflix might be a timesaver. plus, what was "snl" alum adam sandler doing on "the voice? you're watching "early today." . see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have.
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that breaking news, a deadly shooting in the district. >> new details just coming into the live desk right now. we'll start things off with angie goff. angie? >> new details as well as new video just into the live desk. we want to take you to the crime scene here out in southeast d.c. in the 4000 block of wheeler road. you can see we have investigators on the scene there. this is where they arrived and found a man has been shot. they took that man to the hospital and that is where he died. as of right now, they don't have any suspect information to give us. but erika gone za lzalez is
information. stay tuned for more information. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. chuck bell, i feel like i know what is coming here. i'm giving you the cone of silence. i can't do it anymore. the forecast is cloudy and wet. a little fog outside. visibility down to a mile and a half in culpeper. two miles in winchester. watch out for reduced visibilities here this morning. but on the whole, yikes, more cloudy, cool weather. may is 4 degrees cooler than average. the rain chances continue and now also a chance for thunderstorms coming our way on friday. for now, not raining this very instant inside the beltway. there are rain drops in southern maryland and more rain drops out to the southern end of the shenandoah valley. rain chances increasing here over the next couple of hours. off and on you get many dry hours this afternoon. temperatures will inch their way into the mid to upper
melissa, the seven-day forecast is just peppered with rain chances. we'll get into that a little bit. >> not loving that so much. 395 here, we still have the road work here with the long-term project here northbound after duke street and southbound after seminary road. we have several lanes blocked in each direction. just a warning for you there. taking a look at the top of the beltway and all the routes in and out of town, no worries there with everything rolling along just fine. a big look at the beltway, the inner loop and outer loop rolling along just fine. we have a little slowdown outer loop at 210. i'll check into that but not seeing anything on the system here. and the beltway at st. barnabas is looking good. we'll look at 270 coming up. a big comeback. but it was not enough. the caps are out of the playoffs after they lost to the penguins in overtime last night. >> it's a heartbreaker. they were down 3-0 and then tied
news4 sports reporter jason pew wraps it up for us. >> reporter: one of the issues that nag this capital team ended it. a slow start was too much to overcome for the capitals even behind the most furious of rallies. their season came to an end after a 4-3 overtime loss to the pittsburgh penguins. the caps down 3-0 at one point, but john carlson's blast would tie the game sending it into overtime. snagging a rebound, that ends the caps season, a 4-3 overtime loss. >> it's too bad we have to spend a long summer here thinking, what if? >> sometimes it takes a couple kicks and it's been a couple kicks too much. but, you know, at this point i just can't replay the game. >> it doesn't really matter what
happened. you know, we lost in the second round. it sucks. >> reporter: a lot of the caps players visibly upset after the overtime loss. most notably, alex ovechkin. 11 seasons in the nhl and yet to make it to the eastern conference finals. i'm jason pugh, news4 sports. >> thanks, caps, for an amazing season. because the caps are out, that means a few people on the news4 team are going to shave their playoff beards. even though the beard is going away, his beard raised $1,440 through the caps beard-a-thon initiative. and adam tuck came close to a total raising $1,290. just $150 short of doug's. they both come with clean-shaven faces. people were getting used to the beards, it w