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for june 3. we are in the courthouse for the hearing and you can follow us on twitter all day for updates. breaking news after a deadly shooting at a military installation at 8:30 local time. air force training in san antonio is the location. a commanding officer went on base, shot the victim and then killed himself. this is a live picture and the shooting was just between the shooter and the victim and the public is not in danger. we will have updates throughout the day. good afternoon. now to other news, the democratic presidential contest dipped into a war of words, and marlie hall said that the candidates now want to
the issues, not personal info. >> reporter: bernie sanders walks back on comment that is hillary clinton isn't qualified to be president during an interview with charlie rose. >> you're right. we should not get in the this tit for tat. all i am saying is people will attack us and distort our record as has been time and time again we'll respond. >> reporter: hillary clinton said she never said sanders was not qualified. >> i think in the heat of the campaign, people say lots of things. i want to stay focused on the issues. >> reporter: sanders has won 6 state ms. a row and new york is the next big state to vote. with 100 days until republicans hold their convention, it's looking for and more likely that the gop nomination will be decided in cleveland. donald trump announced he has hired a republican consultant to secure delegate support if the race
fight at the convention. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. >> for everything you need to know about the primary you can download the wusa 9 app and you can get the latest developments on the presidential campaign as it moves along. other news, the names of american executives are starting to surface in the so- called panama papers. the leaked documents reveal the identities of the rich and powerful who try and hide their wealth in offshore accounts. benjamin way is the wall street financier charged with money laundering involving shell companies reportedly set up here in the united states, and the names of 200 other u. u.s. business owners were found in the trial of the law firm in panama. and the person on foot was hit about 5:30
massachusetts avenue near thomas circle. the driver did stay on the keen and the names of the victim and driver are not being released at this point. new disturbing details are coming out about the diagram crash that killed montgomery county police officer, noah leotta. the reports are that luis reluzco refused field sobriety drinks. he never appeared to have even seen the officer. >> the suv that struck him never slowed. i don't know how you miss the flashing lights. >> his blood alcohol cop tent was 3 times the legal limit and he claims to have smoked a joint and taken xanax before driving to the hooters on the rockville pike
drinking. the bar tend who served him has not returned to work. today, people will pay reports to 15-year-old davontae washington who was shot at the metro platform. the funeral at 11:00 today. two sisters behind bars this afternoon charged with stabbing a man to death outside a bar in frederick, maryland. there are the pictures. 29-year-old tierra lucas at left and her 23-year-old sister, alexis on the right charges as well. police i have that it happened outside of the olde towne tavern where brian graves was killed. police are still trying to determine exactly what happened. it's been a cool and breezy start to your friday. we are looking at a couple
flurries around earlier as well but mainly drying things out now. and we have breaks in the clouds and hints of sunshine. it's breezy and that gives us the wind chill factor. the temperature technically is in the 40s and it feels like the low 40s outside and that will feel warm when you compare what is on the way for the weekend. big changes coming. 44 in martinsburg. frederick, 43, and 46 we have cloud cover but this is the next system that will bring a cold and wintery saturday where we are going to be tracking rain and snow showers in the forecast. just to give you an idea hourly, we stay mainly dry and no problems for friday evening, date night and watch what happens overnight, closer to saturday morning, a rain and snow mix shower. and we'll talk about how cold the wind chills are coming up in
mike? melissa, thank you. new details on the murder of a prominent ballet student with a promising future. but first, the joy of love. pope perhaps i - narrator: all that political mail might be overwhelming. let's simplify. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader at marriott, she
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welcome back. iraq is taking the fight to ice -- isis to baghdad. the attack targeted isis supply lines, weapons bunkers, and personnel. experts believe that iraq needs to take over the region to capitalize on the recent territorial gains there. pope francis has published a new guideline on family life in a groundbreaking document called "the joy of love," and in the document, the pope said there are absolutely no
for considering homosexual unions. he calls divorce evil and urges the transgender community to accept humanity as it was created. the document does not usher in any radical change for the pope recognizes great diversity in the 1.2 billion catholics in the world. >> this is not the manual for the answer to the problems but it addresses the factors that families are facing. >> and the pope said that people's conscience should be the guide. melissa, snow, really? unfortunately. we are talking about snow and wind chills in the teens coming up in the first alert forecast.
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green maryland act, assault weapons ban, and more. raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message. welcome back. we are following more breaking news at noon. an oxon hill daycare provider is behind bars charged with killing an inpant in her care. 43-year-old beatriz manning is accused in the death of 9-month- old savannah wright. autopsy reveals that the baby
came at place. you can hear the officer ordering to put down the weapon. she refused and officers shot her. she was rushed to the hospital where she died. the officer was not hurt. the search is intensifying in washington state now for a pan accused of torturing a woman to death. the 28-year-old seen right here escaped from a psychiatric hospital. it is believed that he and mother -- another patient broke through a showed window at dinner time. police say that his new taste of freedom will be brief. he was last seen at his mother's house near spokane. >> he has a mental illness. we don't know what he is thinking. he could be just trying to escape. >> the state hospital that the two men escaped from was repeatedly cited for safety and security concerns. police in austin,
murder of a 17-year-old freshman who was discovered in a creek. there was surveillance video the night that the teen disappeared. michael kriner is held in her death. there is no talk of a motive. talk about talking love and romance to new heights. emergency crews in california had to save a man who is hanging from a massive rock. he trespassed on the side of the rock illegally and he was trying to face time his girlfriend, proposing to her and then realized that he got stuck between a rock and a hard place. the helicopter was lowered to rescue him and no one was hurt n case you're wondering, his girlfriend, now-fiancee,
yes. they may have to scale back wedding plans because he will have to pay pees for the rescue. this is all of. a 2-year-old boy went to the hospital choking on a piece of octopus. he is now in good condition. the boy's mom said she came home from work finding her boyfriend performing cpr. a 2-inch piece of octopus use inside sushi was found lodged in the boy's throat, and the doctors found evidence of potential abuse when they did the examination. that boyfriend was booked into jail and the investigation ongoing. all right. now here is a story that may have moms and dads scratching their heads. there is a school district in montgomery county, texas that put a rule in place that banned parents from walking to pick up their school children. some parents were so outraged they took their kids right out of the school. under the new rule, students must take the
parents must wait in a long car pickup line no matter how close the student lives to the school. many parents have decided to ignore the policy. >> this has happened to many parents. they have been cited and threatened if they step one foot on school property that they will be arrested and charged with who knows what. >> for walking to school to pick up your kid? at least one parent got a citation from the constable and several parents were threatened with arrest. officials say that the change was designated to make departure safer for students, but the parents say that the school principal is ignoring the wishes of those in the school. and serious grit as a journalist, and she's only 9. shelby publishes in northeast pennsylvania in her small town. when she wrote an exclusive article about a
thought she went too far. she's 9. and she reacting to the backlash of viewers about her story of police investigating a suspected murder that got attention from several adults on facebook. she was the first reporter on the scene and some people say she is too young to report on a story of this nature. others say she should be playing with dolls and having a tea party. >> if you want me to stop offering to news -- is that too much for you? >> you go, hilde. she started to run the orange street news in 2014 and gets help from her dad, a former reporter, and her older sister handles photos and video professor her site. have you traveled along third street, the tunnel corridor recently? things are looking a lot different. the area is covered by a deck. both sides of the highway will be covered by the fall of this
crossing project that will result in five new buildings and connect the capitol hill. >> it's a fabulous wind paul -- windfall for the city. they were winning no tax revenue for the 7 acres of land over the highway. when the buildings are complete, we'll generate 40 there million a year in property taxes alone and have 8000 employees in the buildings. >> the entire project is expected to be complete by 2021. happening right now, the d.c. council is getting an earful about the number of safety defects found on d.c. circulator buses. the transit system's bus operator said they have concerns and they have been ignored. some of them are saying that the buses are a disaster waiting to happen. >> reporter: d.c. circulator bus operators say there are dozens of safety iss
some of the buses like this picture with a strap holding up a wheelchair ramp. they want the city to correct this. >> and the door closed as she stepped off the bus and was going in the back and forth motion and it caught her. >> reporter: the bus operator for the d.c. circulator transit system is talking about a time when the doors on her bus weren't functioning properly. the passenger injured was a homeless woman. >> i had to write a report but i had already put a ticket on the bus. >> reporter: every morning they fill out a vehicle inspection report before they take the bus. >> you have to list the defect that is you see when you do the walk around. >> reporter: this isn't the first time that boone had trouble with her bus and the same can be said for co-workers who complain about problems with brakes and more. the department
transportation was involved in conducting an audit, 1 that union reps only recently learned about. the union said that more than 90% of safety defects were found but improvements were never made. the union is asking the union to take over because they're struggling. >> me and my co-workers are having a hard time, living from paycheck to paycheck. >> most of the drivers make went an hour, $8 less than metrobus drivers. the mayor is calling for a wage increase and ddot said it has increased the number of mechanics and improvements have been made. let's talk weather time, 47, 48 in northwest d.c. but if you feel the wind gusts outside right now, hopefully you put your kids or grandkid in the er
them. and it will get worse this weekend. not enough hair spray to fix your hair for the amount of wind. today, not that bad. it's chilly outside and cool and breezy at times. the michael and son live weather cam has been blowing in the wind a bit and all in all, it's not that bad. 48 and feels like 42 and winds gusting to 25 miles per hour today. as we get towards this weekend, we get towards high temperatures that are more like the feels like temperatures, and winds that will be gusting to 40 miles per hour, so a big change. the rest of your friday, a mix of clouds and sunshine in the forecast and we'll make it to the mid-50s this afternoon but breezy. so it will feel cooler than it is outside. the next system arrives tonight and brings us from spring back towards winter. we'll be tracking wind showers and snow showers mixing into tonight. the snow
and wrap around tomorrow afternoon. blustery and cold and we'll get sunshine but that won't help us out much. here is the futurecast, still dry for the evening plans, clouds increasing by mid might and tomorrow morning, rain and snow showers tracking in the from the west and accompany much colder air moving in as it approaches tomorrow morning. it will be a mix of rain and wet snowflakes falling on ground that is above freezing. no accumulations from this, but one round in the morning, a break and then more in the afternoon wrapping around a big area of low pressure driving in gusty winds tomorrow afternoon and evening. low temperatures tonight, low 30s for the north and west and a freeze warning in effect for the spots. so cover up the plants if you have been optimistic and planted early. watch what
afternoon. temperatures don't budget much and winds sustained at 20, 25 miles per hour and gusts to 40 miles per hour and see the snow shower chance in the forecast. i want to show you the feels like temperatures as we get closer to tomorrow evening and overnight. if vu saturday night plans, you need not only a winter jacket but a scarf and a coat and everything, the gloves. look at the wind chills for tomorrow evening. they drop in the teens and stay in the teens sunday morning. then we come to the corner, improvement on sunday with sunshine and 50 and yvette: i was running for my life. he was flicking matches on
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>> kevin: it's bad. it's all bad. we all have to give depositions on pass key. >> mariah: i'm not even rich yet. i can't afford an attorney. >> natalie: i never should have left switzerland! >> billy: you all done freaking out yet? it's entertaining, but it's not necessary. >> kevin: i'm sorry. did i miss your trip to law school? how do you plan on getting us out of this? >> billy: simple concept. you lie. >> summer: no, luca, it is not gonna be okay. i mean, i have to give a deposition about jabot and pass key, and considering that i have direct knowledge of natalie faking out my grandfather, i mean, god, luca, what am i gonna do? hey, luca, sorry, i have to call you back. dad, did aunt vicki tell you that she had subpoenaed about pass key? >> nick: summer, i'm back at newman enterprises. i'm the reason that happened.