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"news 4 today" starts now.0 >> 6 on this sunday rng. here's what we're following for you on "news 4 today." storm team 4 has weather alert today with your s forecast. gunfire and deadly violence ripples across a busy roadway separatinging d.c. and maryland. now police in prince george's county and the district are searching for answers. fightoutside a d.c. nightclub between two pro athletes, now a super bowl champ is facing a possible suspension while a wizards player is left looking for a new team.el me in at 6:00 on this sunday morning. thank you very much fong here with us. i'm adam tuss. look who we drug out of bed on y su morning.
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i couldn't be happier to sit next to my transportation pal. >> i knows if there a problem on the roads, look out, we have it covered. i'm melissa mollet. clay anderson is here as well, showing us what is going on outside. a wacky day. >> when you have spring on tn ea seaboard, this is what happens. we go from the cherry blossoms and sunshine and now lking at some storms. some big storms moving toward our area. now, you probably heard about the storms that had moved across fromte s, the midsouth, now those storms are coming to thes n seaboard throughout the evening. we'll look and show you what we're seeing now on our storm 4 radar and showing you that thee sh and thunderstorms are still well to ourwest as you show now, the storm, cincinnati down the west toa. atla two things are going on. you see this little bit of showers occring now, that's the warm front, it will be moving up into our area. and this is a cold frontal boundary, they will collide, they will converge and as they
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do, overnight tonight, there will be a change i our air mass as far as some rain, heavy winds and st this is what we expect today. cloudy skies, passing showersth ughout the day. evening hours, evening hours and overnight, we'll have some heavy rain and some strong winds. we'll give you all the details, stay with us throughout the morning as i wake up. we'll give you all the details. back to you. >>, cl thank you very much. that powerful storm system that clay was talking aboutov g to be deadly in parts of the south. >> severe weather sweeping across texas and louisiana, killing multiple people and injuring dozens of others yesterday. in one case, two children diedre when a t fell on to a car trapping them inside. yesterday storms generated an ef 3 tornado that wrecked several homes, knocking out power for wousands of families. the same severeather system is expected to move through the nas and virginia later today. we're tracking some breaking news out of prince george's county. an overnight shooting in suitland silver hillve l one
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man dead and another rushed to the hospital. it happened just after 3:00 this mo morning on may wood lane. once officers arrived, they found two men shot at a home. one taken to the hospital, no condition. other man was already dead. right now detectives are still trying to identify a motive and suspects. stay with news 4 as we get more information on this developing story. meantime that shooting was therfar from several violent incidents yesterday along southern avenue at the d.c./maryland line. police are investigating a couple of things here. first, a man was stabbed to death on southern avenue near wheeler road in southeast d.c. that happened around2:30 yesterday afternoon. a few hours later, prince george's county police got word of a shootng o southern avenue in the boulevagh heits neighborhood. police tell us they expect that that person will survive. then d.c. police were called backav to southern ue. this time for a shooting near the suitland parkway. no word on that victim's condition. police say the gunman drove off
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in a black sedan. just last week, police announced they're going to be working together to cut down on crime along that shared boer. now to a story you saw first right here on news 4. wizards playeevin robinson is facing charges for fighting outside a.c nightclub. and a team says they will be season.on without him nt d.c. police arrested robinson early yesterday morning. he allegedly got into a physical fight with an eagles player, jalen mills. both players were arrested outside the opera lounge on i street. charged with disorderly affray, which generally refers to public the wizards leased this statement saying, quote, we are aware of the incident this morning involving devin and sappointed in hisactions. we will not extend his him a qualifying offer for the 2019020 season. > happening today, a major political announcement from a ocpotential dtic presidential candidate. pete buttigieg, the mayor of south bend, indiana, teased it
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on his facebook page. it is supposed to at noon.today he hasn't made an official announcement yet, he formed an exploratorycommittee. democratic candidate betoo' urke is coming to our area this week. he'll become the first 2020 hopeful to hit virginia. the forme congressman from el paso plans to spenddnuesday and day in the commonwealth attending a host of grassroot events from norfolk, charlottesville to alexandria. you can catch the latest on the immigration battle on "meet the press" and news a politics. chuck will break it down on the panel with another wild week at , andhite house, of cour all of it starts this morning at 10:30 right here after "news 4 today." two eventsco expected to ide today. virginia governor ralph northam eill be holding a campaign event for first t since a picture from his medical school yearbook surfaced months ago. and onef the organizations calling for his resignation will be holding aprotest. today the fairfax naacp plan to protestoutside the campaign
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event at the berk ponds community center in berk, virginia. back in february, northam first admitted and apologized to being one of the men in the photo.er then lat back tracked and says he was not in it. a little closer back home to d.c., tusands lined constitution avenue to catch a glimpse of the annual cherry blossom festival parade. very cool. there was fun for all with balloons, floats, music. there is ldo. dance performances, of course. and if the parade wasn't enough, the japese street festival was held yesterday. vendors traveled from all over the world to attend and celebrate japanese cuure. ry cool. >> i thought it was where's waldo. he was obvious there. >> pretty obvious. earth day is not ounicially l april 22nd, but thousands of people were out in full force and earth day event to help protect t anacostia water shed. the focus yesterday went wl beyond the anacostia river itself and also to the communities upstream. volunteers helped by picking up cans, cups bottles and other
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trash that would otherwise end up in t water. >> a lot of people don't always make the connection from the land to the >> i've never been here before, honestly it is a gorgeous park. it needs ait little of cleanup. >> the effort involved volunteers at more than 30 sites in d.c. and maryland. the ultimate goal to have the river swimmle and fishable by 2032. >> time now 6:07. another day of service event brought out several volunteers to better serve the college park area. yesterday was also good neighbor day. nearly 1,00 people took part in service projects like this cleanup here, treet planting lake artemigia. nd re that later this month, news 4 is working for you with an in depth look at our changing climate. see how it is impacting your family, money, health and you commute. our primetime special airs earth day, april 22nd, 7:30 here on
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nbc 4. the celebration hasn't stopped charlottesville as fans bask in the cavs national championship win. yesterday university of virginia fans packed scott stadium to honor the cavaliersin t the iraa title. this is the first national championship win for the men's basketball team. and their fans showed them how muchhey appreciated team bringing the title back home to charlottesville. utou get abo a year to bask in theow >> absolutely. >> at least. >> until the next big game all right, talk aboutro cking the red, overtime thriller gives the caps another victory in the playoffs. >> that's right. caps lead 2-0 in their best of 7 series with the carolina hurricanes. here's how it all went down. five minutes left in the game, carolina on powerplay, deflect a shot into the net. we go to ot then caps defenseman brooks orpi saves the day. watch as heits the upper
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corner of the net,h wit the shot, coming in rig here, bang. nowhe real test wille if they can go to carolina and win one or two down there, may possibly sweep game three tomorrow night at 7:00. so far, soood for defending the cup. time now 6:09 on this sunday morning. let's open up the window, look outside at national harbor. warm out there. degrees. but we're in for a changeable forecast, we're weather alert today. clay anderson has a lookt your sund aay it's on! get to the ross spring shoe event to score the latest styles for the whole family... ...and something for you. oh yeah. that's yes for less. you heard me - 20 to 60 percent off
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tranquil across the washingto. ar temperaturewise, uniform, temperatures in the mid-50s to low 60s dending where you are for this sunday morning. we say good morning to you.e' now, starting out rather uniform and there is plenty of cloud cover to gond ar that's good news for us because we want to keep a lid on those k about nd we'll t those in a moment. areas of some pesky fog again, ing over the bridge, if you're going over into annapolis, across the bay bridge, half a mile visibility, some concerns r so some foggy concerns along the eastern shore, otherwise, not bad situation. now, this is a major situation going on right now is the showers and thethunderstorms, lined up going from west to east, moving across the area. for us, again, we're looking for the day part of your sunday, not looking for any strong storms. there will bee solated rain showers as a warm front starts to move a oss ourarea. let's talk about that forecast, everyone, for you. utture weather,e cast, notice cloudy skies at 1:00 this
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afternoon. buts we move in, we're going to have several lines move across the00 area. p.m., looking at that first wave of showers and thunderstorms. overnight tonight, by dnight, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 a.m. depending on the timing, another round of thunderstorms that move across the area. and monday we will start to dry out, we'll have s someong winds, yes, believe it or not, you're looking at coldir and on the western slopes of the potomac hylands, they could be loo looking at some snow flurries. the impacts, what to expect today, all about heavy rain, strong windon i think as of now tornadoes are really the major problem. but heavy rain and strong winds is what we're concerned about. so with that, the forecast for today, strongtos tonight. windy day for your monday. and then the rest of the week, now that will warm back up into the mid to upper 70s again. guys? >> all right, thank you,cl . reporters notebook is up next. >> that's right. we're back in 15 minutes with more of tmo ing's top
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stories. >> good morning. i'm pat lawsonmuse. prosecutores say he wanted to kill as many people as possible d that he was ready to die. 28-year-old rondell henry is a gaithersburg man now charged with stealing a u-haul van that police seaay he planned to use drive into crowds. david and scott, it sounds like police managed to avert what uld have been a really terrible tragedy. what have we learned about the plot a t suspect? >> this is a situation that unfortunately has ties back to nice, france, when that original incident happened. anytime we have a situation liks you start to see planning for large events and i noticed it in several positions of large trucks, even plow trucks, jt to protect pedestrians. popular,as are very national harbor, an area where a lot of people go out and enjoy andant to be with families.
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with this scenario in particular, it is a fear that we shaped and reshaped how now handle any sort of public gatherin andelebratory event. >> they were looking for rondell henry. police were lookinghior >> he had been missing for a while. heed circumnavigur area according to the federal court records, he was targeti ining ds at first and then targeted national harbor with a stolen u-haul truck. they're holding him, but the detention memo that the federal prosecutors wrote, federal agents wrote to keep him in jail was striking in its language. they said he was intent on was ng panic and chaos and an isis-motivated or isis-sympathizing terror suspect.th gs you don't normally write for the case. he'll be in jail likely through trial to the endf the disposition of his federal case.
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this is the second case now, seco local case o a suspected home grown terror attack after christopher hassett, lieutenant coast guard, charged in maryland a few weeks earlier. >> it is really chilling. but a great relief that the police did what they were supposed to do, it sounds like they did their work. he is in -- is expected to havei a det hearing on tuesday.g switch gears to somethingll tota cheerful, what a week of celebration for the virginia cavaliers. after winning the first ever ncaa championship, the team has gotten a long awaited and well deserved champions. homecoming but the celebration isn't just about a comeback and redemption for this team.o david, i want to start there, though, because considering the way they ended last year, this was a big comeback. >> embarrassing last year, no a question, fro sports perspective. that was part of the motivation of them wanting to bring home this title. and they did just that thi past week. just yesterday, they had the
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parade, the gathering, a lot of folks northern virginia and d.c. area headed down to charlottesville to be part of that. and for them, certainly, this is a sports accomplishment. as youed allto, this goes far beyond that pa th. this is something this city has been so eager to take part in, a celebration of joy, that they have been -- in the past five plus years, i've been down l the s than a dozen times, talking about covering everything from the death and disappearance to the rolling stone article that has now be,, of courretracted and made allegations that seem to be false about other fraternities, so all this negative atntion, t just local attention, these were national stories and august of 2017, the white supremacist rally that ended upg tak the life of heather heyer. these are the stories that we'ra starting to the narrative of charlottesville. to have something like this, it was -- i use the word awesome because you are just taking i
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all in and looking at a joyful celebration of folksho are so eager for this moment. and now can push past all those negativeheadlines and have something else to add to the claim of charlottesville. that city really needed win. >> they did, no question. and now that you see going forward that they're for one happy it see us down there, past trs they were wanting nothing to do with us, three siblings who went to uva, and every time going to charlottesville, they say, please don't, we know you're going for somethingga ve and now it is positive. >> your google search, important for tracti iattracting future s now they have a favorable searchan and people to wear uva clothes, even people who don't go to the school, they coach or the team, all that, such good branding for the university which needed it on ligh all of the things that david listed. >> they rolled that out quickly
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too. >> we saw the stack of shts. back here, to our area, for a second, a widow is suing the c. department of corrections and d.c. halfway house after a brutal hatchet attack that left her husband 46-year-old joel pavola dead in tennessee. this murder happened last summer. theuspectediller had escaped from hope village in southeast d.c., just days before the murder. >> we got a tip that somebody in tennessee was suing the d.c. department of corrections and no often that people from tennessee which sue the d.c. department of corrections, twi w of this murder victim of ges the d.c. department corrections, the u.s. justice department and the hole village halfwayouse didn't do sufficient diligence in ensuring that the person who escaped from the halfway house was recaptured or people were notified about his escape. it was days later after the man escaped from hope village that he killed his former bossco ing to prosecutors in tennessee. he's pleaded not t guilty t
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case. the criminal case is still pending, but the widow sued d.c., the department corrections and halfway house saying they should have done more to notify folks thisan escaped. >> it sounds like there was failure on a number of levels. what is theartment of corrections saying? what is hope village saying if anything? >> because of the lawsuit, nothing. the department of won't comment on active litigation. most governments don't. hope villages notresponding. we know from our investihitions that is not first escape from the halfway house. we found 300 escapes from that halfway house just since 2016. >> that's unbelievable. who is looking into those? >> the u.s. bureau of prisons has oversight as part of the justice department, the federal level. that's about one of every 18 halfwayouse escapes in america happens from one spot on ngston spot southeast in d.c. >> all righty. you'll be staying on top of it. >> we will. we're going to take a break and be right back.
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history has been made in prince william county wre voters have elected the first an african-americirst person of color to serve on the brd of supervisors. democrat victor angry was the winner of a special election to replace john denkens who passed away in february. angry is retireational command sergeant, business man and volunteer firefighter who says he a wants to be role model for children. he won with 75% of the vote. he's still got to run for the seat, but fills out the rest o this seat, the term for jenkins. ho significant is this for prince william county? >> this is huge. you look at the makeup and the changing makeup of prince william county this is one that is increasingl t diverse over years, not only with the african-american population, bui cey with latinos in that county. to have somebody of color t e thseat, take a leadership role, will be very significant
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going forward th. this is somebody who will have oversight with changing the direction of prince william county as a whole. i say that because of who the chairman has been, cory stewart, he got a lot of attention for having ties to white supremacy groups and now somebody on the board will balance that out and show a different side of things, the people clearly are in favor of tha we'll see where it goes from here on out. >> you actually had two candidates of color running for the seat. >> right. to have the two going after p ts onition shows where the county has come up with the past many years and where it wants to trend to go, going trward. >> ny face each other. >> that's right. >> they may face each other if he winshe -- >> right. that could go forward in november. er nove the family of a woman allegedly sexually assaulted at a senior living facility is suing.
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family members claim employees at chevy chase house waitedly ne a week to call police and notify the woman's family. the woman sufrs from dementia. the story was disturbing on so many levels. many of us have elderly relatives or family members that we pced or that have been cared for in facilities like these. scott, bring us up to date on what the i-team discovered. >> let me remind folks who don't have a family member who is impacted by this. when you have loved one in assisted living, you are often paying that out of pocket each day. sometimes a couple hundred bucks a day out of your pocket forin assisted l care. there is a lot of people that react to the initial story that an assisted living facility, chevy chase house in d.c., was under scrutiny for how it handled a sex misconduct investigation inside the bedroom of one of its residents, a woman with dementia. the family o the woman filed suit alleging they didn't quickly respond t allegations there was a sexual sconduct
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case. internal d.c. department of health records show there was me lag in reporting that to the management and then ultimately a whole week went by according to the department of health before the police werer calledhe family of the woman was called. that family has filed suit ying that's unacceptable and sued for a million dollars and no comment to the suit f chevy chase house, but the chevy chase house did say their i licens in tact, they follow regulations and retrained their e since. the t >> can you tell us how that construction worker wound up back at the facility, back on the job while this was being discovered. >> on ail 6th, a year ago this eek, april 6th, 2018, housekeeper says she saw that construction worker from on site in the woman's bedrm, three days later that construction worker was seen again on that floor of the building,till on the job. construction company, chevy chase house, expined how that
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came to be, but that is part of the lawsuit, family wants to know how a person who is considered auspect potentially in s misex misconduct case is bk on scene days later. >> they not only didn't report in a timely manner, they're supposed to report to a regulatory agency, the ealth regulation and licensing administration? >> yeah, in the d.c. department of health, has oversight over assistedceiving resid and same is true in maryland and virginia. these are regulatedindustries. but there are also in addition to regulations there are oinen rnal protocols, you go to work, your bosses have a protocol. what they're supposed to do, if there is a suspected case of sex misconduct. the inspection of the chevy chase house specified you have internal res and guidelines you're supposed to follow and they don't believe those were followed either. >> has anything come of the
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police investigation? >> theheolice close case. one of the reasons was the victim with dementia did not have clear memories of what happened. so made it difficuo push forward with the case. >> it shouldn't happen. >> it shouldn't. it is interesting because there have been similar cases in virginia, just this past year there were two incidents involving a worker at one of these care facilities. it caused a lotpl of p hesitation in where they're putting their loved ones. my own grandmother, suffering th dementia, and you start to rethink it. people are having aononversation themselves too, who exactly is in charge of our loved one's care, do we know about them, do we know who is subbing for them these are all questions coming into play and awill only increas each of these incidents start to come to fruition. you u mentioned the cost, know, man a couple hundred dollars a day, certainly several thousand dollars aonth that n be coming out of pocket. there is also the lossf a sense of trust. when you place your vulnerable loved one in a facility like that, do you have to totally
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trust the people taking care of them? >> yeah, that's why it is called assisted living. they need assistance for daily functions of their life. yeah, had you seek this play out for your mom, dad, grandma, gr dpa, you think about these things, can i trust these people. such a profound moment in life to make a decision like that. i think that's why this series of stories by the i-team resonated with so many folks, so many of us can relate. >> can you tell us how she's doing? >> her health continues to deteriorate and the lawsuit alleges this exacerbatedit, she's having panic attacks and hallucinations and worsening dementia. we know she was moved to a new place. >> and david, thank you, both. that's reporters' notebook. m pat lawson muse. "news 4 today" continues.
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severe weather is on the way. storm team 4 is weather alert and is tracking intense storms. more that aer month a this picture was found, he's getting out to the a campaign trail protesters will be with him calling for the resignation. t it wasn' dominating performance, but the caps won again. a full rundown of the dramatic game two victory before the team heads south. "news 4 today" startsno >> a win is a win. take it any way you can get it in the playoffs. congratulations to the caps congratulations to you for being here with us on this sunday morning at 6:30. thank you for being with us. i'm adam tuss. >> i'm melissa mollu. thank or joining us. we need to check in with meteorologist clay anderson, standingy to tell ushat is on tap for the day. hi, clay. >> good morning. great sunday to all ofthyou. key is, believe it or not, we're rooting for cloudy skies today. youay why is that?
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because i want sunshine on my sunday, because as you can see, from storm team 4 radar, the rain showers and thunderstorms are moving from west to east. they are moving our way. and what we need is some cloud cover. the reason we need cloud cover simply because it puts a lid on a potential for severe weather across our area. already looking at a tornado watch for alabama, we're picking up some light rain showers that are moving into the commonwealth of virgia, so as a result, it is going to be rather on the cloudy side for us today. that's the goodnews. what is going to happen today and tonight, till continue to be cloudy, passing showers d throughout t today. warm, humid today, but overnight thunderstorms with heavy rain and wind will give you the timing on those storms in just a few moments. stay with us. we'll have mou,. >> thank clay. we'll be watching for that. we're tracking some breaking news coming in fro prince george's county. an oveight shooting leaves onemone man dead and another rushed to hospital this happened just after 3:00 on
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maywood lane. once officers arrived,hey found two men shot at a home, one taken to the hospital, still no word on his condition. .he other man was already de right now detectives are trying to identify a motive and suspects. aay with news 4 this story develops. that shooting was not far from several other violent incidents on saturday at the d.c. maryland line. irc. police are now investigatinging a man stabbed to death on southern avenue near wheeler roadn southeast washington. 2:30 yesterday afternoon. a couple of hourste prince george's county police got word of a shootinging on southernn aven the boulevard heights neighborhood. police tell us that person is expected to survive. then d.c. police were called back to southern avenue, this time for a shootinging near suitland parkway. no word on that victim's condition. they say the gunman drove off bn ck sedan. last week leaders in d.c. and princegeorge's announced they'll be working together to
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cut down crime on their shared border. a man was found outside a home on tucker road. crews rushed him to the hospital but he didn'tit make still no word on a possible suspect or a motive. and once wmo learn , we'll post that information in the nbc washington app. now to a story you saw first heren news4, devin robinson is facing charges for fighting outside a d.c. niwtclub. the team says they'll be moving o him.oleason without d.c. pice arrested robinson early yesterdaymorning, he allegedly got into a physical fight with philadelphia eagles player jalen mills. both players were arrested outside the ora lounge on i street. they're charged with disorderly affray, which generally refers to public fighting. the wizards statement saying, quote, we're aware of this incident thi mor morning involving devin and disappointed in his actions. we will not extend him aer qualifying o for the
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2019-2020 season. n fairfax county, 74-year-old woman is dead after being -- after falling out of a car that sti was g out of and being hit by another car. this happened on peyton rndolph drive falls church yesterday afternoon. police say emolia lozano was getting out of a passenger side of the car, the car drifted backwards, knocking her down,ve the d started to accelerate, not realizing the car was still plae.d in reve she was struck and rushed to the hospital where she later died. the driver did stay on the scene. police say no crges are expected to be filed. two vents are expected to collide today. northam governor ral will hold a campaign event for the first time since a picture from his medicalea schoolook surfaced months ago. one of the organizations calling for hisesnation will be holding a protest. today the fairfax nap plann to protest outside the campaign event at the berk ponds community center inberk, virginia. back in february, northam first
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admitted a apologized to being one of the men in the photo. he later back tracked and says he was not in it. a heads up as you head out today, the speed limits are back up o thebw parkway. this is good news. the national park service says the speed between route 197 and route 32 has gone back up to 55 miles an hour. park service lowered the speed limits there last month because ofse huge potholes along the parkway. they have done some work to f it. celebrations marking the end of a dark chapter in history, theth 1nniversary of emancipation day. the day president abraham lincoln, yesterday there was a parade along pennsylvania avenue, followed by a concert at the freedom plaza. well, two down andgo4 to >> we're on our way, baby. >> caps need 14 more playoff wins to defend the cup and a win
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last night puts them well on their way. >> the caps jumpe out to a lead and saw it wiped away. the team was able to figure things out inovertime to get a win. news 4's sports dave johnson has more from capital one arena. t the washington capitals with carolina onir mind because they head to carolina to take on the hurricanes with a 2-0 lead after ahr tling game at capital one arena on saturday. the capitals led by their stars todd wilsono coming through t break the tie against the hurricanes and fans hoping, that winner. but carolina forced overtime. and then an unlikely hero put on his cape. brooks orpik scored the game winner, first since the stanley cup final. not kwn for goal scoring but a crucial part of this win. >> orpik is our super weapon, good for us and good for him. always good to see a guy like him to score, especially in overtime. huge goal. >> i think if you want to have
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long runs, you need everybody chipping in and doing t'tngs they donormally do. >> guys like that, leaders that don't score a ton of goals, they come up in bigoments foryou. >> orpik is five years older than anyone on the capitals roster. and now this capitals team heads to carolina with a 2-0 series lead. even more smiles on the faces of the capitals players, but also more work to be done. cap one arena, dave johnson, news 4 sports. >> all right. a win is a win. expect thes p to be packed for palm sunday this morning and for the last week of lent, you can take a spiritual journey with the "today" show. starti tomorrow, join savannah guthrie as she travels to jerusalem to visit the places and people at the center of faith forillions around the world. that journey starts taupe mo s morning on nbc after "news 4
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today." very cool. >> and taking a look outside, a right now, little overcast, will it stay this way or should we expect rain later on. 65 degrees. thanks for joining us.
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welcome back. the president a offered pretty strained solution to immigration problems this week when he floated the idea of sending asylum seeking migrants to snctuary cities. >> the white houses the idea was rejected but the president is threatening to do it. chuck todd joining us now. what is the president's strategy here? >> he thinks just brow beating democrats is going to make them finally seeis way. and it is clearly all about his fractration. he sd the top four people at dhs thisgo week. if wack to december, this whole tantrum started, he shut down the governmt to try to do this, then the national emergency, then it is threatening to shut dow border, now it is i'm going to
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send all these people to sanctuary cities or to the state of california. now, it is not like there is not precedent for this. in the past, when we had refugee overflows, i grew up in miami, i member them with cuba, with ities, you do ask comm minneapolis took in somalis when we were helpi withthat. so it is not an unprecedented idea, but to do h it the ways talking about feels a bit -- a bit, well, as somebody set to- us >> a redacted version of the mueller report expected this week. how much more redacting can it get? >> i assume, you know, i assume fight about e to what we're not seeing in the mueller report. it doesn't seem as if democrats will be satisfi with whatever barr puts out. barr is not exactly winning a lot of trust with democrats how
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he's handled things so ifar. so think no matter what he turns over the skepticism is only going to leade to m demands for more. so we'll uecontinue, i we'll be debating the release of the mueller report for months. >> what else can expect on the show today? >> i got a presidential candidate as well, jay inslee, he's running climate change only focus. he's governor of washington state. although a state that is -- they're saying we'll take t migrants. we'll also have that tiersaon >> and mayor pete is expected to announce toory. >> m pete announces today. we had him last week in studio. a lot of people are buzzing about him. >> how do you see the field right now for the democrats? it seems almost you can't keep track. >> you can and you can't. bernie and biden over here and then there seems to be a race where there is going to be room at t end. i believe we'll get to a final four type of situation. bernie and biden feel as if they're over here. and it is going to be a race of who are the other candidates.
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clearly there is an outsider type of candhtate. we tho beto o'rourke. oday it looks like pete buttigieg. next month may be somebody else. we may go through a flavor of the month for a while until demoats -- they're shopping. they're shopping. and don't think they won't keep shopping. >> the reqerement is you h to have a name hard to pronounce. >> it is a lot eas are going, that guy. learn how to say it. buttigieg. boot with t edges. >> thanks, chuck. reminder, you can see "meet the press" every sunday right here at 10:30 after "news 4 today." a lot to look out for today. thank you, chuck. news 4 is working for you morninour money this tomorrow is the deadline to file your 2018 individual tax returns for the irs says more than 58 million taxpayers still haven't filed. consider this your notice. a tot of 153 million individual tax returns are expected this year. thefu average rend to date is
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about $2800. you got just about 36 hours left to get that tax return filed. one of the big,st concer of course, heading into the tax season this year was how the new tax code would afft your money. >> now we have a surprising look at how some wealthy americans view the trump taxcuts. they worry they're increasing the gap between rich and poor and should paying more. kristen welker has the story. >> scott nash,ai a milli with a passion for pinball, made his fortune building a grocery chain from an operation that began in his mother's garage in 1987. mom's organic market, now in five states, it is among the corporations savg billions thanks to the trump tax cuts. the corporate taxes nearly $400,000 less than last year, and he says he should be paying more less. >> it is my duty as an american to payat my fair of taxes. >> nash is par of a group of wealthy business o ers and investors called the patriotic millionaires, founded in 2010.
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>> when millionaires get a taxc the middle class pays. >> the trump tax reform gave rmanent cut for high income earners and corporations to spur job creation. but many use thosefo cuts one time bonuses and stock buybacks. others like guy who os guy chemical in rural pennsylvania, say the tax cuts enabled him to buy mor equipment and raise some wages. d work ave laid the gro for growth, not only today, but also in the coming years. >> taxing the wealthy is likelyt to be a button issue on the 2020 campaign trail, with many democrats calling to repea the trump tax cuts. that position supported by 46% of americans. >> no country is going to have a safe sustainable economy without the masdle >> with the top 1% holding 90% of the wealth, something has to change to close the growing income gap in america.y is it so personal for you? >> i love the country.
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i'm grateful. >> a group that feels it is a patriotic suty toead the wealth. kristen welker, nbc news, washington. >> a lot of changes this year with the tax code. i saw a little bit of change. >> should have listened. >> it is the withholdings. it a lot changed. clay, we're weather alert today. it is really warm out this morning. but we're in for a little bit og a c later on today. >> yes. i'm not going to say global warming orch climate ge. did i say global warming? >> you did. >> i did not mean to say global warming or climate change, but a mmste of . outside as adam was saying, it is going to feel like summer today, it is going to look like summer. and when you have summer in washington, d.c. ar, what do you have? >> thunderstorms. >> bing, bang, boom! that's right. you win an umbrella. >> all right.
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>> all of us are goingo be looking for that umbrella tonight. let's talk about what's going on right now. as you can see, a large, large system. cincinnati from the ohio valley all the way do, areas of the midsouth, georgia, alabama, picking up another line of severe weather, already a tornado watch early in theg mornor alabama and goes all the way to the west, behind that cold front of st. louis, what you're looking at, yes, i that some snow. snow occurring now in iowa. this is a very vigorous, robust, active storm system and it isng cour way. no doubt about that. we're not going to dodge that, everyone.on washind.c. is only about that size. and the storm is huge. we're looking at some slight rain showers moving into the commonwealth so it is going to keep the clouds in through much of the y. for us, clouds are a good thing. it keeps the lidhe on severe weather. we continue to talk about severe weather through the future cast. notice in the afternoon, cloudy
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skie h or miss showers across the area. n the evening, we'll start to see more and more rain as a line of showers, ng again, get closer to sunset, frederick, all the way down to t moves fromrg, t west to east. we continue, 9:30, 10:00, sanother line ofwers moving across, this is the midnight heernight. it is early in morning, this may change throughout the day. you may have a significant line of thunderstorms and move across the area during the ernight and after that we'll gradually dry out and clean up roughout thea. with that impact to expect, what i do expect is more le heavy rain, a heavy rain event, very stro wind event, so we may be looking at flooding. tornadoes, we' keep an eye on that through the afternoon. if you see a lot of sunshine today that will fuel the severe weather. forecast for us, nice and warm as we continue throughout the week. for today, stormy is the key, afternoon and evening, northwesterly winds, that will feel rather cool for your
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63 degrees, but warms back up into more of a springtime scenario. the problem is because temperatures should be in the60 mis, we should be about 64 to 65 degrees. the last two weeks, look at our high temperatures, everyone. 69, 76, close to 80 degrees once again into the 70s. it is not a 15th a of apr we're looking at 70s and 80s now. what will june and july look like? we'll let you know when we there. but the key, of course, is that a summer-like sysovm isg across our area into the evening. stay with news 4. we'll give you the teup as we when you're confident
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financials, tech, health care and more on thes earni calendar. citigroup and goldman sachs get the ball rolling on monday. netflix the first of a so-called faang companies to report. the health carefront, there is johnson & johnson, united health and abbott labs. watch for numbers from pepsico, united continentalnd american express. ipo.her week, another big pinterest is going public. the initial price range for the stock puts the company's value just below $9 billion. that's well below the $12 billion valuation pinterest had three years ago. shares are expected to start trading onthursday. and finally, it is a short week for those in the markets and the government. friday is a national holiday in honor of good friday. i'm dominic chu. get your business news here on cnbc. the tragic loss of a local hero, news 4 learned a myland volunteer firefighter was one of three americans killed in a
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roadside bombing in afghanistani earlier week. >> christopherabsolutslutman wa father and husband. cory smith has more on his life and legacy. >> we're going to remember whatn chris did, just here, but overseas. >> reporter: there are faw jobs more dangeroushan firefighter. one of them is u.s. marine. christopher slutman did both and dedicated his life to protecting those at home and abroad. half a world away from the war zone where he made the ultimate sacrifice,s firefight at the kentland voluner fire department are honoring him and the legacy of service he leaveh . >> exactly the guy you want next to you. >> reporter: jonathan clifford than lifethe larger character whose unmistakable presence was always felt around the firehouse. >> demanded a lot of respect because of his character, moral courage. >> reporter: he joined in 2000, he was a captain. he spent 15 years in the new
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york city firdepartment, there he was awarded for his courage, after pulling an unco fcious womam a burning building. >> the person you want coming for your family. >> reporter: when he wasn't serving his emmunity, was serving his country as a staff sergeant in the marine corps. clifford says his treasured role was at home. his presence can still be felt, heear the locker he left before his final deployment, it spelled out in the citation he received for his bravery and the hearts of every kentland firefighter who considered him not just friend, but a brother. >> better for having him pave the way for me to be here today. for all of us to be here today to continue on his legacy and how he helped build this place and what it is.
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>> "news 4 today" starts now. just about 7:00 on this sunday morning. a lot of green headed our way. moreain and thunderstorms could wash out t start to your workweek. storm team 4 is in weather alert mode with your sunday forecast. >> gunfire and more deadly lence ripples across a busy roadway. george's e in prince county and the district are searching for >answers. a fight outside a d.c. nightclub between two pro athletes. pesuper bowl champ is facing a responsible susion while a wizards player is left looking for a new team. a lot to get to on this sunday morning. do want to welcome you in here. thanks for being with us. i'm adam tuss. >> i'm melissa mollet, thank you for having me today. >> it is a pleasure tbe graced by your presence. and you look fantastic. >> oh, thank you. >> very spry on this sunday morning. >> thank you, thank you. let'look outside, clay anderson is standing by here. weather alert mode today. li>> hi, a, that is a nice
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dress. >> oh, thank you. i don't get to wear flowers. >> springtime, absolutely. >> speaking of some weather alert, everyone, s, look outside, it is cloudy across the area. everyone wts sunshine for their sunday. don't root for sunshine today. more sunshine we get, the more the atmosphere will be destabilized, and as the atmosphere becomes more and more destabilized, it will go from just some light rain showers moving into piedmont to storms that are movg from the west to east and now across the tennessee valley, moving our oy. with us, far, is rather tranquil across our area. things will be changing in the afternoon and evening. this is whate expect today. clouds will remain throughout the day for the most passing showers here and there. storms advance during the evening, we'll ge you a timeline in a moment. vernight, thunderstorms, heavy rains, heavywind, into monday morning. all those details coming up, back to you.
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>> that powerful storm system that clay was talking about is already proved to be deadly in parts of the south. >> severe weather sweeping across texasndouisianakill killing multiple people and injuring dozens of others. yesterday's storms generated an ef 3ornado that wrecked tveral homes, knocking out power forhousands of families.e the s severe weather system is expected to move through the carolinas and virginia later today. we have bg news coming in from prince george'ghcounty, over shooting leaves one man dead and another rushed to the hospital. prince george's county polic say it happened about 3:00 this morning on maywood lane. once officers arrived, they found two men shot at a home, one taken to the hospital, still no word on hiscondition. the other man was already dead. riect now dves are triing to identify a motive and suspects. stay with news 4 as this story develops. that shooting was not far
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from several other violent incidents yesterday. d. police and prince george's county police are investigating all of these, a man was stabbed to death o southern avenue nearr wheeleroad in southeast d.c. that happened around 2:30 yesterday aafternoon, few hours late, prince george's county police got word of a shooting on southern avenue in the boulevard heights neighborhood. they tell us that person is expected to survive and then d.c. police wer called back to southern avenue this time for a nd oting near the suit parkway. no word on that victim's condition, but police say the gunman drove off in a black sedan. last week, leaders in the district and prince george's county announced they'll be working together to cut down on crime along the shared now to a story you saw first right here on news 4. wizards pla devin robinson is facing charges for fighting outside a d.c. nightclub. the team says they'll be moving on without him next season. d.c. police arrestedobson early yesterday morning. he allegedly got into a physical
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fight with philadelphia eagles player jalen mills. both players were arrested outside thera o lounge on i street. th're charged with disorderly affray, which generally refers to public ghting. the wizards released this statement saying, quote, we're aware of this incident is morning involving devin and disappointed in his actions. we will not extend him a qualifying offer for the 2019, 2020 on. to politics now. happening today, a major announcent from potential democratic presidential candidate pete buttigieg. the mayor of south bend, indiana, teased this on his facebook page, this is supposed nohappen today a nod although he hasn't made an official anuncement, he has formed an exploratory committee. meanwhile, democratic o'rourke isto coming to our area this week. he'll become the first 2020 hopeful to hit virginia. the former congressman from el paso plans to spend tuesday and wednesday in the commonwealth,t atnding a host of grassroots n eventsfolk to charlottesville to alexandria. you can catch all the
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political news, plus more on the "meet the press" progra theatest on the current presidential immigration battle later this morning. chuck is going to have a panel to break down another wild week at the white house. th starts at 10:30 this morning here after news 4 today. two events are expected to collide today.ia virg governor ralph northam will hold a campaign event for the first time sinre a pic from his medical school yearbook surfaced months ago.e one of rganizations calling for his resignation will be holding a protest. today the fairfax naacp plans to trotest outside the campaign event the berk ponds ommunity center in berk, virginia. northam first admitted and apologized to being one of the men in the photo. he later back tracked and said he was not in that bpicture. >>ack here in the district, thousands line constitution avenue to catch a glimpse of the annual cherry blossom festival parade. there was fun for all with balloons, floats, music, waldo, eed some dance performances.
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wasjapanese strt festival held yesterday also. people travel across the globe to capebrateese culture. volunteers came out to better serve the college park area. yesterday was good neighbor daddady. this is the eighth annual good neighbor day. p thject is organized by the university of maryland, the city of college park and the national capital park and planning commission. the celebration just hasn't d in charlottesville as fans bask in the cavs national championship win.rs yesterday, uni of virginia fans packed scott stadium to honor the cavaliers taking the ncaa title. this is the first national championship win for the n's basketball team. and the fans showed them how much they appreciated the team bringing the title back home to
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charlottesville. >> very cool. >> talk about rocking the red, an overtimehriller giveshe caps another victory in the playoffs. hang on. hang on. i have one too. >> the towel is here we go. all caps. >> i was holding it upside down. we're good. >> caps lead 2-0 in their best of seven series with the carolina hurricanes. here is how t wentdown. five minutes left in the game, carolina on the power play, thec e, deflected shot into the net. it goes to ot. then caps defenseman brooks orpik saves the day. watch as he hits the shot right into the upper corner of the net. ba w. in it 4-3 in overlme. the reaest will be to see if they can pull out a win or two incarolina. maybe sweep this whole thing. game three tomorrow night at 7:00. >> they can do this. >> they're on fire. they have a. olid team >> let's go. absolutely. >> they look like they're in good shape here. >> with more than 100 million devices out there, alexa is by
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>> reporter: like most parents, the couple thought long and hard about what they would name their child. they settled on a name after two grandparents. the tng is, that name became popular. really popular. >> tell me about her name. what is your daughter's name? >> her name is alexa. >> reporter: see where this is going? for the sake of not setting off every device in the viewing i area, nows a good time to turn off yourwou k what. while the couple heard of the device before their child's l, arrihey didn't think much of it. >> we're, like, who knew what it would become, another passing technology we had already fell in love with the name. so we named her alexa,hich we still love to this day. >> reporter: however, you can imagine the jokes and the couple says they're over it. it doesn't happen anymore with our friends, they know us now, but all the time with new people. like, when we were -- when she was getting her tonsils out, the woman said to her, oh, your name is alexa, can i buy you?
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can you tell me the weather? >> reporter: according to baby center, alexa was one of the top 30 names in the country in 2015 just as the device w being released. every year after that -- the couple s ns they're using nicknames. >> what do your friends call you? who do they say about your name? lex. >> they call you lex. what do mommy and daddy call you? >> lexa. >>we don't khat is to come. so we're sort of taking a bold move to try and alleviate any future issues for her. >> reporter: in their house, there is only one alexa and that's the real one. but they do have a google home. >> okay, google, what's the weather today? >> reporter: they're so concerned, in fact, they actually wrote to the founder of amazon jeffbezos, and proposed renaming the device. >> somebody did -- i did get a response. i did. i did get a
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>> something that works for jeff bezos? >> reporter: the company explained the name comes from a library stay stored the knowledge of the ancient world and while they would pass along the couple's session, amazon has no plans on changin the famous name anytime soon. >> just this serves society change where machines are being treated veryarly to the way we talk to each other. and therefore our kid is being sort of put in that. >> reporter: erika gonzalez, news 4. >> i think adam has a ring to it. >> alexa is cute. adam? >> yeah, th wanted to rena it to adam. >>t that's whe needs. more of my name being tossed around.ad , adam, adam. you can change your alexa's name. >> yes. >> you just say, so i'll change everyone's for you right now, if you're listening. say, alexa,r change y name to computer. and it will change its --
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>> y just made a major issue for everybody. >> alexa -- >> whank you. ches news 4 every day, alexa. >> great story there fromerika. and we'll see. i think she'll grow into the name, actually. >> i have a friend with an alexa, great name. >> store all the knowledge of the ancient people. we're going on and on. time is 7:14. >> that's pretty. >> what do you think of that? >> looks like my windshield. >> it does. we'll break out the windshield wipers right now. humid out there too. could be humidity and condensation, am i right, clay, could be? >> a weather alert out of adam tuss. >> we're weather alert. alexa can tell you all about itt alexa can tell you all about itt you w the real deal, the
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this week, thousands of people rled up their sleeves and hit the great outdoors. >> their goal to help clean up the anacostia water shed. derrick ward reports. >> reporter: they union arm realized the significance of this hill during the c gil war. gunsrded against the hostile army's approach to the nation'si l. this day an army of volunteers mustered here to protect a vital city resource, the anacostia river. >> this is our staging ifea. you can bring your trash andbr deis back here, great. >> reporter: armed with pickup sticks andecyclable bags, they forged high grounds to wage a war on waste. here on the high ground,t we're no actually that close to the
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riilr. it is a m that way. but what happens here has an effect on what happens re, an the anacostia itself. all the bags are full os cup and cans and bottles, thingn they have tat of the water. >> the river is a reflection of the communities above it. if the river is dirty it coming from the communities above it. >> reporter: the water shed. the anacostia has come a long way from onehef nation's ten most endangered rivers. robert bund t pioneer effort to bring it back from the brink. >> it is heart warming to me to see how our basic programs have not changed, but the public is being -- becoming to embrace the river. >> we're looking to keep thatme um going. this year we'll be unveiling a cleanup plan. >> it alltarts with efforts like this. a mile awayhe from water, but still from the water shed. >> it is allon ccted and what ends up here i washes awayo the anacostia river and it is
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usnot -- >> an hour or so into the park it yielded hundreds of pounds of almost everything you can imagine. down by the river, bags and bags collected. a swimmable, a fishable anacostia by 2032. derrick ward, news 4. later this month, news 4 is working for you with an in depth look at our changing climate. see how it is impacting your health, your money, your even your commute. our primetime special airs on earth day april 22nd at 7:30 here on news 4 ttoday. t going to be really good. been doing a lot of work on that. >> i'm part of that.e there is s really interesting things that come up in there. and metro also has a big hand in a lot of this too. stay tuned for that. clay anderson joining us now. how are we going to look outside today? aside from -- >> it is gloomy. it is drizzl >> it is warm. >> it is warm. as in summer it is warm and
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humid. >> it is very humid. >> even in here. >> theerms you use for june, muggy, humid, yes. that's the way it is going to lookoutside andeel outside today. the rumble of thunder will come in the evening andim this tomorrow we'll clear everything out with temperatures dropping quic to 20 degrees. that's a quick peek, everyone, now you can go home. stick around for a while. 're talking temperatures for your sunday morning. great sunday morning to all of you. andig now the atmosphere is as stable as it is going to get. that means that temperatures, the high temperature for this hame of year should be about 64 degrees, which is we are. but notice 60s abound across our ar. even forhe shenandoah valley, temperatures in the 50s, not bad for this time of ye. it is all about this very complex, very large storm system that is moving from the west to the east,rom snow, west of st. louis, to thunderstorms and tornado watches in alabama. this system is moving our way. notice we're picking up now in the commonwealth some rain
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shriers. some dle outside now. we'll have some pockets of rain here and there about the area. for the most part, we're dry for from many organized rain showers. as we talk about the and the timing, throughout the afternoon, notice we have a line of rain owers, will be moving from the west to the east, this is about 9:00 p.m. i should say 7:00 p.m., the first line of thunderstorms starts in the mountains and moves across our area. as you can see, between me, t storms line after line moves across the area. overnight tonight, midnight now, the timing is all important. it may change between now a later on this evening. but around midnight to early in the morning, another line ofow s and thunderstorms move across the area. and, again, all about how destabilized the atmosphere is for us. what we do expect for our area, heavy rain, no doubt about at, possibility of flooding, strong winds to tornado threat low as of this morning. that may change throughout the afternoon. so with that, what you need to expect with thunderstorms, heavy rain, flooding and everyone make
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s police say this man grabbed the boy and threw him over an inside balcony and took off running toward the mall transit station beforeas stopped. the boy was rushed to the hospital with very serious injuries. hocourt records the 24-year-old was charged with two previous incidents at the very same mall. he now faces charges of attempted homicide. check out this fiery video from the new jersey boardwalk. you can see plumes of black smoke rising to the sky and u firefighte hoses to put out those flames. crews rush to the scene yesterday and had trouble keeping that fire undercontrol. ey were finally able to contain it to a restaurant. no injuries have been reported as of there is no word on what sparked the fire. out on the west coast, a teenager accused of stabbing his mother to death is now back in custody. surveillance video captured the moment ike suezer the department. he was found six miles away at a
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nearal mcds. they believe he hurt himself while trying to escape. for the first time a plane with the longest wingspan took to the skies over california's mojave desert. the gigantic jet is called the strato launch. it has six engines and is longer than an american football field. what? doesn't look quite as big here in the video, but it is. yesterday it flew around for 2 1/2 hours before safely landing. the plane is designed to carry loads weighing up to 650 tons and they hope to use it to send small rockets with satellites into orbit. >> science is pretty cool. rockets that can land themselves, huge planes here.xt what's time is 7:26 on this sunday morning. this pretty much sums it up for you. it is dreary, it is damp, it is humid, foy, but prettyarm out there. but we could also be dealing with some thunderstorms laterhen in day in day we're storm tm 4 weatheaer
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heads south. "news 4 today" starts a now in is a win. they're up 2-0 now in their series againca the hurs on their quest to defend the cup. want to welcome you in at 7:30. i'm adam tuss. >> i'm melissa mollet. thank you for joining us. i'm here withy allergies. we have been talking about outside and how things are feeling, it is humid and everyone has crazy allergies now. >> i guess you could say that this might help not -- >> it is affecting us. good news, once the storms pass ht, monday the sun will jump out. the whole air mass will change, cooler, dryer air,orwesterly breezes, we'll take a bite out of the humidity. the airan mass will , a chance to endure some delightful weather. we have to get through today, tonight, and speaking of today, today we're looking at some showers now, some lightonain showersnue to move into the commonwealth.
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moving from virginia, piedmont, washington,e m an organized rain shower rather than the drizzle we're incurring. a line of showers, o this line thunderstorms from kentucky all the way down to alabama and this will be from the west to the east, we'll keep an eye on the storm systeroughout the morning and the afternoon. this is what we should expect for our sunday. this is what it looks like, everyone. cloudy today, not much sunshine at all. the storms tonight into the overnight hours, heavy wind and rain, all the details and what we will expt coming into t workweek. all those details, we'll talk in a bit. >> we're tracking breaking news from prince george's county. an overnight shooting in suitland left a man dead and another rushed tosp the al. prince george's county police say this happened after 3:00 this morning onmaywood lane, officers arrived there, they found two men shot at a home, one was taken to the hospital, no word on hco ition. the other man was already dead. right now detectives a ting to identify a motive and
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suspects. you'll want to stay with us as this story develops. that shooting was notom far everal other violent incidents saturday along southern avenue at the d.c./maryland line. d.c.e police and p george's county police are investigating. first a man was stabbed to dthth on sn avenue near wheeler road in southeast. it was about 2:30 yesterday afternoon. then hours later, prince george's county police got word of a shooting also on southern avenue in the boulevard heights neighborhood. police tell us that person is expected to survive. alled .c. police were back to southern avenue, this time for a shooting near the suitland parkway. no word on that victim'sit con. police say the gunman drove off in a black sedan. last week, leaders in d.c. and prince george's county announced they'll be working together to cut down on crime along the shared border. >> another developing sncry out of p george's county. police searching for whoever washingtonn in ft. late friday night. they found him shot outside a home on tucker road.
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at's just off st. barnabas road. crews rushed into the hospital, but he did not survive. no word on a suspect or possible motive. once we learn more, we'll post that information in our nbc washington app. now to a story you saw first right here on news 4, wizards player devin robinson fing charges for fighting outside a d.c. nightclub. a team says they'll be movingoun wit him next season. d.c. police arrested robinson early yesterday he allegedly got into a physical fight with philadelphia eagles player jalen mills. both players were arrested outside the opera lounge on i street. they're charged with disorderly affray, which generally refers to public fighting. the wizards relemsed this stt saying, quote, we are aware of the incident this morning involving devin and isdisappointed in actions. we will not extend him a qualifying offer for the 2019-2020 season. time is 7:33. in fairf county, a 74-year-old woman is dead after falling out of a car this she was getting out of andhen hit by that same
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car. this happened on peytonlp ran drive in falls church friday afternoon. police say she wasetting out of the passenger side of the car, the car then drifted backwards and h knockin down. the driver then started to accelerate, not realizing that th s car wasll placed in reverse. she was struck and then rushed to theospital where she later died. the driver did stay at the scene. no charges are expected to be filed here. two events are expected to collide today. virginia governor ralph northam will be holding a campaign event for the first time since a h picture fro medical school yearbook surfaced months ago. today tax fainaacp plans to protest outside the campaign event at the berk ponds community center in berk, virginia. in february, northam first admitted ando apologized being one of the men in the photo. later back tracked and says he was not in the picture. , take no the speed limits
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are going back up along the bw parkwa right now t national park service says that the speed limit between route 197 and route 32 is back up to 55 miles an hour. that is good news. the park service, of course, lowered the speed limit there last month because of the huge potholes that developed along the parkway. >> they were bad. celebrations marking the end of a dark chapter in history. it is the 157th anniversary of emancipation day, the day president abraham lincoln freed more than 000 enslaved people who lived in the district. yesterday, marial bowser participated in a parade along pennsylvania avenue followed by ace c at freedom plaza. two down, 14 to go. >> we got it. >> we got it right here. caps need 14 more playoff wins to defend the stanley cup. stanley cup was in here last week. >> it was. i was here. >> i saw you touch it and eat nt of it and everything. >> i did bring any bad juju
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to it. ethe caps ell on their way, they're in the driver's seat now. >> they jumped out to a lead and saw it wiped away, but they figured things out in overti to g win. david johnson has more from arena. one >> the washington capitals with carolina on their minds this morninea because they to carolina to take on the hurricanes with a 2-0 series lead. ater a thrilling, i do mean thrilling game capital one arena on saturday. the capitals led by their stars, tom wilson, coming through to break the tie against the hurricanes. and fans hoping, hey, that was a winner. but carolina forced overtime. t d then an unlikely hero on his cape. brooks orpik scored the game winner, first nce the stanley cup final. not known for goal scoring but a crucial part of is win. >> orpik is our super weapon, good for us and good for him. always good to see a guy like him to score, especially in overtime. huge goal. >> i think if you want to have
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long runs, you need everybody chipping in and doing they don't norma >> guys like that, leaders that don't score a ton of goals bthey come up moments for you. it is a littleci extra speal when you getra a little ext excited to go in and jump on him and rub your glove in his face and give him a hug. >> orpik is five years older than anyone on the capitals roster. and now this capitals team heads to carolina with a 2-0 series lead. even more smiles on the faces oa the capitars, but also more work to be done. cap one arena, dave johnson, news 4 sports. >> so if they can keep it going. expect the pews to be packed palm sunday this morning. and the last week of lent. take a spiriital journey the "today" show this week. starting tomorrow, joinavannah guthrie as she travels to jerusalem to visit the places and people at the center of faith for millions around the world. at journey starts tomorrow morning here on nbc 4 after "news 4 today."e
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he top three. >> we observed over the past five years a trend to peoe ling later and this year is pronounced. >> reporter: a fourth of filers are wting until the bitter end according to turbo tax. some may be delaying thisdu yea to confusion about new tax laws. >> the biggest taxuestion we get is about how tax reform will affect me. >> reporter: complicated returns may need the help of a pro. but for simple returns, e-filing is not only the fastest option, it allows procrastinators to go down to the wire. >> you got unt 11:59 on april 15th to file your return. >> reporter: not too take advantage of the federal 's government free file program. individuals with income $66,000 or less have tax software options to file federal and state returns at no cost. all filers. last minute or not, should double-check details to avoid mistakes and a delayed refund. direct deposit can ensureou getting money faster. >> the irs will pay nine out of ten refunds innd uer 21 days.
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>> while you have o all those financial documents out, experts cay it is a good time for an annual f checkup. >> it is critical for folks at tax time not just to get the return ne, but to actually take a moment to think about the impact of their taxes on their lives. >> making adjustments tor you full financial picture could make next year's tax filing a little less painful. liz mclaughlin, nbc news. >> find more tax tips including how to prote yourself from tax scams in our nbc washington ap search taxes, not toxic. >> that won't get you the proper thin you'reooking for. taking a look outside now, not so pretty this morning, ihen wi start raining? that's the big question. 64 degrees.hi 7:42 on sunday morning. sticaround. k
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welcome back. culinarychools are turbing out well trained chefs, in with long held dreams of becominggn reed as tops in their field. >> not everyone making it to the top went to school to earn top culinary titles. now only on news 44, barbara harrison has the story of one award winning local chef who ended up in the kitchen because he was hungry. > what did you season the shrimpwith? >> cajun seasoning. >> that'shef sammy davis jr. but don't call him chef. ates it. >> i hate cooking.
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>> you don't like to cook. >> i hate boking. i hatng in the kitchen, i hate cooking, i hate everything that has to do with it. >> reporter: a strange reaction for someone who worked his way up the laddech in ks like this for years. to earn the respeleed t ofas seoned chef. he calls it a .catch-22 the name he's given to his brand-new restaurant at the corner of georgia and missouri avenues in washington catch-22 because he may hate co cooking, but customers sure seem to love what he cooks. >> just like that. >> reporter: sammy davis is a junior, but sammy davis sr. sn't arounduch and neither was his mother. >> she was on drugs most of her life when she. had >> reporter: his father? >> my dad was killed when i was a kid. >> reporter: that's when sammy and his sister began bei uffled between relatives and family acquaintances. born inhe richmond, eventually ended up moving home gton, and re in wash at every new school, sammy showed athletic promise. but frequent mov were not only
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from home to home, but state to state. sammy anded up in atlanta, georgia, at 16 living in the streets, surviving on petty crimes. >> that's how i survived in the streets for the longest while i was in the streets, robbing and stealing. >> reporter: where did you learn how to cook? >> i got into the restaurant business so i could eat. >> reporter: he became a cracker jack dishwasher a a mcdonald's in atlant and then kept moving to bigger and fancier restaurants, always beg beginning at the sink and moving up. >> the good thing about a dishwasher is that the dishwasher sees everything. he's kind of like the -- you know like they say bench players become the best coaches because the bench players can see the whole game. >> reporter: he watched and he learned. and finally -- >> i went from dishwasher to executive sous chef in one year. i worked every position in that
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kitchen. >> reporter: a win on tv's "chopped" made him a familiar name acros the country. he now owns three restaurants in the d.c. area, packing folks in, especially for his shrimp and grits. mm. oh, wow. the dish is a mainstay at catch-22. >> it all comes together for a great, great meal. >> reporter: another funny catch. sammy w afraid of the ocean as a kid. but now he's like an old salt juen it comes to cooking up seafood. don't call him a chef. >> hopefully go from chef to restaurateur to just sammy davis. >> how great is at? >> tha looks good too. >> yes. imagine having a talent thatou just hated to do, but just too good at it, you know what i mean? that's amazing.nd >> like you -- >> don't answer that question. just stop. melissa, just tustop. your brain off -- >> he's opening the door for me too much this morning. >> i was teeing that one up for you. we'll keep it right here.
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>> boom. >> clay, you're very good at thn foreca let's get straight to it. >> you like it. >> you do like it? >> i've been this since i was -- 7 or years old. >> i love that. >> outside today, not setty. >> it is not. folks want sunshine. you should have a niceunny weekend, that's not going to happen. as i will explain, actually clouds and drizzle is a good thing for what we could be experiencing. 11:0 p.m., midnight, or overnight tonight. temperatures uniform, which means constant or close to constant across the area. whether you're going north, south, east owest, so from frederick, 55 degrees, 64 degree here in town, and 63 degrees. andow it is light rain drizzle across the board. and even port royal across areas of interstat 81. and to the shenandoah valley. the big story is a massive storm. how big is this storm? well, it is snowing west of st. louis in missouri. you have a lin of
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thunderstorms, severe thunderstorms all the way fromk kentown to uc atlanta into alabama. toado watch for alabama and only 7:30 or 6:30 their time, central time, this storm system movingur way, sohe weather will be changing and changing dramatically as we continue ug thut the course of the afternoon. for us right now, no organized rain showers but starting to creep up slowly but surely from virginia. we'll have that throughout the morning and keep updated. here it is throughout the day today, plenty of clouds to go around. as i said, lines of showers from the west to the east acrs the shenandoah valley to our area throughout the day and, again, line of thunderstorms, becoming inre organized as we have more heat and any sun at all. so as we go through the day, 7:00 p.m., linene of the thunderstorms, we say act two, we should say, act two moves across the area at 9:00 p.m. 3:00 a.m., depending on the time, could be closer to
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midnight or could b little bit later. line after line of showers moves out of our area and until all of it is done and, yes, thiss a t of snow across our area to the west. we'll keep an eye on that as well. here is the impact. we expect heavy rain, strong winds and not really a tornadic system. y is early. we do want to keep an eye on that. with that, thunderstorms, what toexpect, heavy rain, of course, possible flooding, flooding is a concern wit the strong rains that we will get. if the storms become severe, findshelter, go indoors, get indoors. please be safe, we'll keep you here, stay with channel 4 throughout the day, we'll give throughout the day, we'll give you the updates as w see e so, jardiance asks... when it comes to type 2 diates, are you thinking about your heart? well, i'm managing my a1c, so i should be all set. right. actually, you're still at risk for a fatal heart attack or stroke. even if i'm taking heart medicine, like statins or blood thinners? yep! that's why i asked my doctor what else i could do... she told me about jardiance. that's right.
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encoura encouraging viewers to travel the world, find one of the six iron thrones hidden in different countries. the companin also buildg an immersive experience and blood drive at south by southwest last month. inartnership with the american red cross, to entice fans to experience west rose for themselves >> one of th reasons that the audience keeps building is game of thrones is not just a televisiow, it is a st lie. it is -- it penetrated the culture in different ways. >> hbo and a range of brands are taking advantage of the show's cult following, collaborating oo everythi apparel to food and drinks. adidas creating limited editi shoes with themes for the different houses in the show, battling for the throne. johnny walker created a special white walker themed whiskey. oreos got in on the action by producing an oreo themed open for the show and selling limited edition thrones oreos in stores. and mountain dew created this cold activated can in which
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aria's kill list appears once refrigerated. with so much attention on the final season, hbo's bting its marketing tactics will not only help attract more subscribers to its services, but retain them once the show is wrapped. >> the hope is not only thatis nd of game of thrones will bring some people to nbo as subscribers, also the idea is that hbo is goingt to to make sure it keeps its subscribers. >> out of excitement for that show tight for re. time is 7:56. here are the four things you need to know, breaking out of prince george's county, overnight shooting leaves one man dead, another rushed to the hospital. the polic say it happened after 3:00 this morning on ywood lane. >> the clog is ticking to get your taxes filed. the deadline is tomorrow befe dnight to file your returns or extension. experts say more people have
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been waiting to file at the last minute this year. >> virginia governor ralph northam holding a campaign evenr for time since a picture prom his yearbook surfaced. the naac plans to protest at the berk ponds community center in >>berk. stay tuned to nbc 4 for "meet the press" this moding. chuck tnd the panel will go through the latest developments in the immigration battle. that starts here at 10:30 after "news 4 today." >> that will do it for "news 4 today." you for joining us. >> we'll be back here at 9:00. until then, have a great sunday. for 50 years, cracker barrel has been making folks feel right at home, with meals like homestyle country fried steak, grandma's sampler, and our signature chicken n' dumplins. so, come on home to what you love. come on home to cracker barrel.
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