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. >> why these students were kicked out of the 9/11 memorial following their impromptu tribute. fox news morning starts right now. >> all right. happy tuesday, we're all here. good morning, maureen umeh, erin cuomo, gary mcgrady, good morning to you. >> hey, what's going on? listen, another warm day in the 80s today and chance of thunderstorms may be severe. we'll talk about that in the forecast coming up all morning long. >> 4:30 hopefully the commute has not gotten any worse or bad. >> we're dealing with a vehicle fire 50 and active work zones from overnight. i'll let you around that and hopefully maureen it doesn't turn into a bad tuesday mornin mo
>> thanks. >> we appreciate it. >> check of the headlines agai again. with two breaking news stories d.c. police are searching for a killer. a man was stabbed to death short a will have 1 a.m. capital street northwest. we're hearing this may have been one of several stabbings in d.c. overnight. >> following another breaking story now in prince george county. four people shot. one of those victims died. it happened a few hours ago in forestville. nel mel is there with the late nest that story. melanie, good morning. . >> hey, good morning. still a large police presence here. all of hillmar drive is blocked off as they continue this investigation. it happened 1:30 this morning when officers responded to call of shooting and adult female victim was found deceased on the scene here suffering from gun shot wound and we were told three additional male victims also shot during the incident and one is in critical condition and two have non life-threatening injuries. all of them are at the hospita hospital. we've seen k unit here and a number of police officers and vehicles and but we're not
around the corner of the street. so we're still trying to figure out exactly where in the 65 0 0 block this happened whether residence or there's a wooded area, too, separating two apartment complex on hillmar drive. it's possible it was. there we'll keep asking around and see if we can get another vantage point for you. again they have the light post up and they have a lot of investigators here on the scene and we'll try to bring you any more details as we get them. back to you guys. >> details still developing melanie alnwick on the scene. thank you for that. on to other big stories primary day in maryland voting opens 7 a.m. and opens 8 p.m. and the latest poll shows hillary clinton and trump leading in the state and voters will make their picks in the race to replace retiring maryland senator barbara mc colsky and big con nest district four and eight close to d.c.. if are you not registered it's too late to vote. you could register in time to vote
general election. primaries are held in other states today including pennsylvania and delaware. >> meanwhile republican front runner trump reacting to a plan by rifle john kasich and ted cruz. trump calls it weak and desperate. we asked john kasich about the ants eye trump strategy yesterday. >> i don't really like to respond to donald trump. he'll call names to anybody about anything. i'm not going to wrestle in the mudd with him. let me be clearly don't have all the resources in the world or daddy warbucks pouring billions or millions in my campaign. we raise money. we're very smart about the way we husband our resources. >> it seems trump may have settled one feud at least one with fox news anchor megan kelly. he is set to sit down for an interview with kelly airing may 17. >> for democrats bernie sanders and hillary clinton appeared at a town halle vent.
hillary talked about her plan if she's elected. she'll aim to have half her cab note have women if elected and he'll make sure republicans don't get into the white house this election. >> and checking other top story this morning. fairfax are investigating what they say is suspicious death. homicide was killed to the scene. a woman found a man dead inside her home bedford ter glass alexandria. the man and woman had a prior relationship. no word yet on a suspect or motive. to montgomery country this morning police are sheerching for answers in a mysterious murder that unfolded in a public park sunday night. oscar was stabbed to death in the parking lot area of center way park in gamersburg. and she was rushed to germantown holy hospital were pronounced dead. two others were injured during the attack and treated and
so far no one was arrested for this crime. police are investigating if it was gang related. >> and this morning, d.c. police are looking for a suspect they say stabbed a student on the way to school. it happened a block away from wilson high school. a man in his 30s tried to reason a 17-year-old at knife point. during the struggle the student was stabbed in the leg and the suspect took offch the student made it to school and was later treated with non life-threatening injuries. if you have information about this police want to hear from you. 4:35 is the time tuesday morning. let's good down top gary mcgrady talking about a mild day ahead. >> couple temperatures in the low 70s out there. lot of 60s. few 50s. we don't see anything colder than that this morning. we're warm up back into the 80s area wide. here's where we are this morning. fredericksburg 69. annapolis is gourjs out there, 68 and dulles 65. you see just about everybody coming in in the 6 0s. low 70s
couple temperatures can still drop off. we can still hit the upper 50s in spots mild out there this morning. here's the deal. with today's forecast, mild this morning. already 71 degrees 8 a.m. and they'll be 60s in the suburbs, warm lunchtime maybe 80, 80 plus in some areas and as we get later this afternoon we're talking about mid 80s for a high. there will be a chance, now, for showers and thunderstorms late this afternoon into the evening hours and very close to the d.c. area we are outlooking for a slight risk of severe thunderstorms. couple thunderstorms could be strong with gusty wind and maybe hail, too. and it looks like there will be a significant area of thunderstorms severe out of the central plains. so a lot to talk about weather wise this morning. tuesday morning, time for your commute. >> 4:36 now we continue to track a vehicle fire brocking a fire on the right shoulder and use caution t
southbound between sem mary and duke street going against the typical morning rush. that's good news. we'll let you know once the northbound side backs up as well. construction free and cruise ago long with speeds as they should be, 66 east roadwork 123 give yourself extra time to get through the area. mannasas to centerville cruise ago long without any issues and caution on the upper loop, right shoulder is blocked but again notice the traffic is moving fine. and we'll take a look at commute from annapolis and frederick next, back to you. >> and 4:37 is the time. happening today a chance to see prince's guitar on display at the smithsonian. it will be on display national museum of american history yellow cloud electric guitar was designed in 199 and has distinctive personal symbols on top and side and it will remain on display through labor day. >> still ahead a newly opened virginia gun store fig
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>> we're back at 4:40 this tuesday morning them oklahoma placing for hail as heavy as baseballs will likely pound the region to southern nebraska. it's is not the only day they're worried about severe thunderstorms and tornadoes continue throughout the week. >> time now 4:41 that means it's time to check the other story this morning using realtime news tracker and that means it's time to talk to holly morris. >> good tuesday for you these are the stories we're checking out online. a big reward for tiny diten the washington humane society offering up 1,000 for information that could lead to arrest and conviction of whoever stole this cute little gal. the 3-month-old tabby named princes jazzy was swiped from the adoption center on
avenue on saturday. >> and a meteorite is not blame as expected this weekend. the rocks that fall are cool by the time they hit the ground . >> washington red skindz and federal government asked the supreme court to review two separate cases involving the trademark and golden state warrior star steph curry will be side lined for at least two weeks after mri revealed a sprain in right knee. warriors ra up 3-1 over houston and next play on wednesday. that's a blow. >> yeah. >> but they're a team. >> yes. >> and i'm turning the tv off call me when steph curry comes back. >> he makes it exciting. >> if it was not meteorite what was it? >> if been dry out there we needed rain. maybe just something sparked it. >> dry ck
--. >> i'm not talking about that i'm talking about the area is dry you never know. >> they talked about the fire was unusual fire burned hotter than -- aliens that's what i'm saying. >> i'm not buying it. >> they said meteorite rocks fall and they're already cool. >> i believe holly, i believe. you. >> know what i -- is the alien. >> see my little horns. >> 4:43 is the time and group of middle school kidsto told to stop senging national anthem. the memorial is now apologizin apologizing. >> and victims being remembered this morning. >> and first we have cigary, airport, another check with "weather and traffic on the 5s" coming up next. stay with
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>> back at 4:45 a murder scene in the 6500 block of hillmar drive in forestville. in d.c. police are investigating a possibility of a man stabbed to death near tyler house in the 1200 block of north capital street. and hard to believe it's april 26. >> why is that so? >> why is that hard to believe? >> you don't think it's zooming by. >> okay, yeah. >> i didn't know if you were going weather-wise. >> no, no, good point i could see how you could say that. i mean just calendar is zooming by. >> whole year. >> it is feeling unapril like feeling more like may temperatures in the 80s more like may. here is where we are. miltd. i mentioned earlier it was 70 in the district. it's dropped off now 66. dulles 65. and had not dropped off a lot.
this is extremely mild. we have not backed off much from yesterday's high 70s and low 80s. listen for today we had a chance of thunderstorms and there is a chance in the area that some of these thunderstorms could be strong and severe and the green area here we're talking about it's a marginally severe potential with thunderstorms and then you get up here to where you see the yellow and this is baltimore back up in northeastern maryland and parts of jersey southeastern pennsylvania. slight risk of storms here. which means we'll have the potential for a greater amount of storms to potentially become severe up here north and east and wind gusts 60 and plus heavy downpours and small hail. larger hail obviously and severe thunderstorms possibly inch or greater and cloud to ground lightning, severe weather outbreak most of texas and central oklahoma up in kansas and nebraska there will be a lot of severe thunderstorms here and unfortunately looks like a lot of tornado activity there as well. that system will s
closer to us and it's not going to bring us severe anything severe weather-wise at all. tomorrow, look how much cooler, we're 20 cooler tomorrow and with just a chance of a few showers around. and rain to the north. thunderstorms coming out of ohio. and future cast keeps that to the north and to the west of us and then it dissipates later on this morning with a chance again later on. see where we are this afternoo afternoon. a chance of thunderstorm. 4, 5, 6:00 and it looks like we'll bring in a line northwest and north and again if that comes across it looks like there's potential that some of those thunderstorms could be severe. maybe gusty winds. hail dropping out and cloud to ground lightning which is dangerous. 7 day forecast calls for a cooler trend. 66 tomorrow. showers are back in the forecast. really we have settled on into unsettled pattern which will stick around for the next 6 or 7 days. here's erin cuomo. it's april 26, erin, it seems like it's zooming by. >> you can believe
at cinco de mayo celebrations gary mcgrady i know that is the first things on your mind. >> one of my favorite things to me it means summer is around the corner. >> yeah. >> feel like summer today. >> i look foreward to that. >> it is i didn't grat grab a light jacketou will not need it either. right now unfortunately the folks on 395 northbound not celebrating and roadwork taking you down to one lane duke street as you can see traffic slow and we had southbound construction, northbound popped up as well. this is not good news because inbound gets backed up anyway, this starts just after etsell road as you pass duke making your way to sem mary. that's where the congestion s be prepared to factor in extra time for first portion of the ride once you pass sem fairy road and things on up. we'll look at 270 now if you head to the district from frederick. things are quiet by the truck scales. as you make your way past montgomery things are being ing fine north and southbound traffic wide on all the way from rhetoric to the
50 inbound is also cruise ago long as you make your way from annapolis inside the beltway. darker view there and traffic is slowing. we'll have more in a few. back to you. >> thank you very much erin. 4:50 is the time happening today maryland govrp larry hogan held a bill signing ceremony today planning proof
money case is now suing former house speaker saying he never finished paying him at kuser said hacker never finished paying 3.5 million in cash to settle the sexual abuse allegations. the so far matt than pocketed 1.7 million only and he was a high school teacher and wrestling coach and prosecutors believed he molested at least four boys and in virginia vir a recently opened gun store is firing back at opponents with a lawsuit. the owner of inova armory is suing 64 people who pro tested the store's opening and the suit claims protesters conspired to destroy the business and harrah the owner and made death threats. before the store opened in march 7 elected officials in virginia signed a letter asking store's landlord to reconsider the lease. and those elected officials are named in the lawsuit. and national institutes of health. chief medical examiner in richmond
medical examiner leveled the accusations in 20 minute youtube video. alleged fraud of donated organs and competent pathologists and bias towards law enforcement nih confirms it received it from the notary examiners office and organs are obtained with research. >> checking our other top stories mother of the man accused of sooting two people outside of a wisdom martin prom says her son is not a monster but a victim of bullying. and police accused jacob wagne wagner's classmates said he shot and wounded two people before shot and killed police out of the high school. they have not said what they think caused him to carry out the shooting. >> in ohio the massive statewide search continues for kill are or killers that took out a
authorities saying the shootings are drug-related and three large scale marijuana grow houses are fopd at three of the four crime screams and three young children unable to even speak because of their age survived the shootings and counsellers and psychologist are in town to help people deal with the murders and there's a 25,000 award leading to arrest arrests. >> cleveland reached a 6 million settlement over the death of tam here rice and order filed in district court said the city will pay out 3 million this year and another 3 million next year he was shot and killed by a white police officer and police say he was playing with a pellet gun that resembled a hand gun and refused to put his hand up the grand juryry failed to bring up charges but a grand jury investigation is still going. >> and allegations he attacked his exgirlfriend in texas earlier this year. manziel could face a year in prison and 4,000 fine.
would further behinder what's left of his football career. the quarterback was cut by cleveland browns and dropped by agents and no longer has any endorsements and he's known for partying and drinking. >> and 1986. the nuclear plant in ukraine overheated and millions were exposed. at least 31 people died initia initially and thousands of deaths were attributed to the disaster and the areas around the plan remain completely unhabitable. over to the big apple there is fallout this morning over how a group of people were treated at the 9/11 mem oral because they sang the national anthem♪
. >> they were told not to sing because it would be a public demonstration. they asked to honor the site the best way they knew how and singing was their way of paying respect. memorial spokes woman admits the situation was miss handled and no word if the security guard was disciplineded. >> what's interesting about that display is that at some point someone had to tell the guard this was inappropriate or something like that or he understood that it was inappropriate. i wonder what the rules say. >> call me -- i see the teacher directing students so she should have also been the one to help maybe mitigate things a bit and say perhaps this is not the place. maybe do it outside. cooler heads could have preveiled there. it deposit need to escalate. >> no need for a situation. >> no, no,. >> let's talk weather, 4:55 is th
talking about a nice day ahead. >> we have thunderstorms this afternoon. getting that point will be great. temperatures are in the 60s out there this morning. i want to show you there's big thunderstorms out of ohio now. i don't think they'll dissipate before we get here. it's ace recurse or of what will happen later this afternoon and evening and we may see a few clouds, debris cloudyness, after storms dissipated we may see those trickling through the area. 6 up from 66 here's where we are later today. 6. thunderstorms this afternoon. a little more humid today. fredericksburg close to 90. culpeper 88 degrees and thank you erin cuomo for your suggestion for almond milk in my coffee i kind ever like it. >> fwivz it something and protein in it. >> it looks weird but i like it. >> building muscles and adding police officer to your coffee. pushing my organic food on gary mcgrady. >> if
alexandria trying to get to arlington take a look at this 395 northbound roadwork has it down to one lane at duke street and because of that traffic it's backing up leading to that point and you can see the left lane squeezes by. between etsell just after etsell as awe approach duke to seminary road you're dealing with heavy track. i suggest getting early start. this is a typical slow down before 5 a.m. this morning. dealing with maps construction early vehicle fire all lanes on and metro service on time for the start of the morning. we you have covered and that's traffic back to you. >> all right. ahead at 5 qua quad grouple shooting leaves one person dead and melanie alnwick is on the scene with the late sgleingt primary day. voters get set to hit the polls in five states including maryland and what's at stake for the candidates'
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