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we begin with breaking news of a stabbing at the deanwood metro station. metro says orange line trains currently passing the stopped while police investigating what's happened. this is video from a few weeks ago where 15-year-old davonte washington were shot on the train platform at the same station and for what's happening now authorities will only say a person was stabbed. no word on their condition or if anyone is in custody. we have a crew on the way to the scene and hope to have a live report as soon as we get there. thanks for joining us i'm andrea roane. it's down to the wire for noah's law the anti-drunk driver build name for the fallen police officer noel liotta. the deadline to pass it is fast approaching and nicky burdine joins us to explain. >> reporter: in the month since noel liotta was hit and killed by a drunk driver supporters have rallied to get noah's law past and now the deadline is here. lawmakers have until midnight tonight to make a decision. >> they will be killing more peopin
should be the final version. last-minute changes to the bill like a punitive damage provision made it weaker. >> these things should not be happening. we are too lenient in montgomery county and we need to be stricter on this. >> reporter: those that we asked about the law say they hope it gets passed as is. >> we need to make this harder for these guys to get behind the wheel. we will decide for them. you have to breathe in that thing every time you get in the car and don't drink. >> i think drunk driving is terrible and everybody wh
the consequences. >> reporter: 15 police officers were hit by drunk drivers last year alone. nicky burdine wusa9. >> if the bill passes it joins 25 other states that require all convicted drunk drivers to use ignition interlock devices. dc police briefed the public about an investigation into the shooting of a 7-year- old girl. it struck her in the abdomen while she was walking along knox place with her parents. she is expected to survive but authorities say they are fed up with the violence. >> no indication they were the targets whatsoever. just a family caught up in an incident that happened in the close proximity to the family. you have brazen violent offenders with probably illegal firearms involved in an altercation. >> they are muriel bowser, police, and community leaders are retug
afternoon after 4:00. and anne arundel county sheriff ronald bateman is on the wrong side of the law been charged with second-degree assault. his wife claims he assaulted her on pasadena yacht yard road and investigators said the wife has injuries. ted cruz swept all the available pledged delegates in colorado this weekend making it more likely the presidential nomination won't be decided until the convention in cleveland. as jamie yuccas reports the fight to see who fills the delegate slots is getting nasty. >> reporter: donald trump said the
broken. >> they are taking your vote away and disenfranchising people that want to see america great again. >> reporter: he doesn't like he is won more votes in delegates than ted cruz but could still lose the nomination at the gop convention. >> we will have a ofton delegates and donald will have a ton of delegates. >> reporter: trumps new convention manager says the cruz campaign is playing dirty and its attempt to fill delegate slots with people loyal to the texas senator. >> if you go to these conventions you see the gestapo tactics. we will file protests because they are playing by the rules. >> reporter: cruz's campaign called the accusation lies. bernie sanders is also talking about a contested convention after winning wyoming caucuses this weekend. he needs to win big in new york next week. >> when you look at the delegate math you would have to say his chances are minimal, absolutely minimal. >> reporter: sanders ate hotdogs with his wife from nathan's on the coney island boardwalk while clinton is looking ahead at a potential fall matchup against trump. >> donald trump says we can solve america's problems by turning against each other.
>> reporter: she released a new ad monday slamming his immigration proposal. >> for the latest campaign news check out our wusa9 app and information on local races. dc police looking for a suspect who stabbed a man near the verizon center overnight. it happened near seventh street in northwest and the victim took himself to the hospital and his condition is unknown. police in the district looking for a driver who struck a teen and sped off. it happened after 9:00 this morning. the unidentified team that was conscious when medics rushed him to the hospital. police looking for a dark colored sedan with front end damage. many questions remain after a police involved shooting in prince george's county including what led a veteran police officer to pull the trigger. it started with the break-in last night
on 4th street and laurel. delia goncalves has the latest from the scene. >> reporter: the police station a couple blocks away and officers got here almost immediately and found a 15-year- old outside trying to run away and when they went inside caught a 20 year trying to escape out the back door. a burglary in progress ended with the police involved shooting in the first and 13 years and laurel. a veteran officer pulling the trigger and a single shot that took a 20-year-old man to the hospital. >> what did he get shot for? did he threaten you? did you give him protocol, like stop and put your hands up? >> reporter: this market has been targeted before and officers moved quickly and several arrived at the scene when the alarm sounded at 11:15 last night. the 15-year-old was quickly
he will be charged but they don't hold juveniles for robbery. the 20-year-old is in stable condition at medstar. this man wonders of police used excessive force because the community needs to know. >> they deserve to go to jail for it but they didn't deserve the gun. >> reporter: the officer who fired the shot is a 17 year veteran and is on routine administrative leave. >> police have not released whether the suspects were armed but confirmed there was no exchange of gunfire. 75% of the police force and laurel where body cameras and we're waiting to see if this officer had one. talk about a ham burglar dc police hope they catch this man who broke into a five guys restaurant to fix something to eat. he slipped into the shop in columbia heights after the delivery person left for the night. police are offering up to $1000 for information leading to his arrest.
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he was flicking matches on me... for my life. my ex-husband's intentions were to murder me. glenn: i made sure yvette's abuser went away for good, and put in place tougher sentences, because domestic violence can never be
tolerated. yvette: mr. ivey showed compassion. i felt like i could trust him. narrator: glenn ivey. as state's attorney, a proven leader. in congress, he'll combat domestic violence, and protect president obama's legacy. glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message, because i'm on your side.
welcome back to wusa9. they violated all the rules and now police in southern india looking for 10 people in connection with this deadly temple fire. more than 100 people were killed after illegal fireworks touched off a series of explosions inside the pack's temple. nearly 500 others were hurt by flames or stampeding worshipers trying to escape. they had gathered to celebrate the hindu new year. the zika virus may now be linked to brain
similar to multiple sclerosis. brazilian researchers say some zika virus patients are demonstrating neurological issues. doctors warn the virus may have different effects on the brain than previously known. the cdc and the national institute of health will join the white house daily briefing and will discuss the latest on the mosquito borne illness. long lines at seattle seatac international airport have passengers regularly missing flights. now the director says he's considering all options to get things moving more efficiently including replacing the tsa with private security contractors. a hearing scheduled for the end of the month for the controversial alternative. melissa nord up next with the forecast and hopefully she has brighter skies ahead. >> breaks in the clouds coming through the midday hour and we talk about more rain tomorrow
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a pilot and his passenger are alive but beaten up after a small plane crash on long island. the pilot suffered two broken legs and his passenger suffered a head injury and sunday nights grass. the piper was heading south when it lost power in the pilot tried to head back to the landing strip but clipped a utility pole and crashed. the faa is investigating. people who lives were impacted by violent crime lit candles on sunday and the pellegrino sisters remember their missing sibling who was stabbed to death
ago in montgomery county in the case of domestic violence. >> it's important for women to have the courage to speak out. a lot of women don't have that and a lot of women are afraid and want to keep everything to themselves. sharing data and letting them know it's okay and a lot of people are going through the same thing. >> this is national crime victims rights week and present old ronald reagan established this week to remember victims 35 years ago. authorities in louisiana are trying to figure out why a man gunned down in nfl story over the weekend. will smith was shot to death saturday night after a road rage incident in new orleans. don champion reports the shooting ecsuspt is facing a second-degree murder charge. >> reporter: attribute marks the spot where former new orleans saints defensive end willsm
home saturday night when authorities say his mercedes suv was rear ended by a hummer. after a verbal altercation the driver cardell hayes pulled a gun and shot him to death . his wife was shot in the leg. the attorney of cardell hayes maintains when his client's car was head first. >> my client attempted to pursue that vehicle the effort to get the license plate number and in an effort to report an accident. >> reporter: before the shooting smith had a dinner with the former teammate and a former police commander. he was among officers named in a lawsuit that cardell hayes filed over the city over the police involved shooting of his father in 2005 . police have not determined of that incident has anything to do with saturday's tragedy.>>
hayes is being held on a $1 million bond and smith's wife is expected to survive. breaking news out of the deanwood northeast area and the stabbing at the metro station. stephanie ramirez joins us with more. we will get back to stephanie as soon as we can. we are having technical problems. you can also see the reports on our mobile app. school officials near madison wisconsin are investigating racist chants at a girls soccer game. the coach says the talks aimed at his black and latino players caused them to lose composure.>>
one of the girls was cradled in the arms of an assistant coach for a good 15 or 20 minutes. >> the girls who made the racial slurs could be expelled from school. a navy officer born in taiwan faces accusations of passing secrets to a foreign government. he is being held in chesapeake florida on multiple counts of espionage. he is suspected of funneling information to taiwan or china. he will be in court for a hearing on friday. amtrak suing following a derailment that injured 28 passengers. the lawsuit says the feed yard had damaged tracks west of dodge city and amtrak says that's where the train derailed after midnight on march 14. a new drink out from the district atlas brewery in one with a message for members of congress, holy grail india pale lager is meant to call attention to the fact that dc residents have no say in governing local affairs. the district of columbia also has no voting representation in congress.>> we have a new asrelee and also voting rights in the district of
folks coming out to support the cause. myself and the congressman came out to guest bartend. it's important for dc and the residents that dc votes continue to move forward with getting our voting rights in congress. the senators, house of representatives vote for dc and we will push for statehood and here's how we do it. elevate the conversation. >> atlas brewery says a portion of the proceeds will be donated -- donated to dc votes. back to the breaking news with the stabbing at the deanwood metro station. stephanie ramirez their live with more.>> reporter: the station is closed and a lot of police activity at the deanwood metro station you know it does near kenilworth avenue. there is the stabbing and we don't know the identity, age, or sex of the victim but we are told a
here and could be a death here today. right now trains are bypassing the station and we are waiting to get more information. looks like the chief is giving an update now. i will let you go get that and we will have more on wusa9. stephanie ramirez at the deanwood metro station. >> the deanwood station is the same were a 15-year-old was shot and killed the day before easter. melissa nord is here in bringing you sunshine and warmth . >> we can see the clouds spinning out outside which instantly starts to warm you up . cloud cover and showers we had this morning and we will see continuation of rising temperatures this afternoon. gusty winds that time but comfortable this time of year. here is the weather cam in the clouds spinning out. still a hazy look and winds picking up
north and now that the winds will be gusting 30 to 35 miles per hour it will send temperatures up in a hurry. right now 59 degrees and winds gusting at 30 miles per hour. the front, if you look here, the difference between washington and gaithersburg, right along annapolis and south of gaithersburg near rockville is where the front is now. as it moves towards gaithersburg and frederick, your temperatures will rise quickly initially as that happens. in the meantime winds picking up to the south. frederick birds in the last hour wind gusts over 30 miles per hour. breezy and warm and seeing shower chances, to an andy after the showers we had this morning. we will introduce again rain and thunderstorm chances for tomorrow morning
weather system tracks through tomorrow morning. i yellow weather alert day tomorrow morning and we will track brain and thunderstorm chances tomorrow morning on your weather on the nines on "wake up washington". tomorrow afternoon kicks off a dry stats for a few days this workweek so just tomorrow morning that isn't so pleasant and pass that we see improvement in your forecast. futurecast this afternoon i want to show you how likely the clouds clear and temperatures warm. in a two hour range you see temperatures going up at least seven or 8 degrees because we will see dusty winds from the south. that happens through the afternoon hours today. temperatures to the south of washington into the 70s and upper 60s. if you are going ou
problems, but a little bit breezy and pleasant for first pitch at 7:05. temperatures into the 60s. tomorrow morning a different story. we are tracking warm conditions from this afternoon and out the door tomorrow morning. the front wings rain likely and embedded thunderstorms. yellow colors are where we will see moderate rainfall late tomorrow morning that will call trouble for the morning commute. only last through midday tomorrow and then cooler drier conditions returned into tuesday afternoon. next three days, today sunshine tomorrow
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5:00 we will hear from mayor bowser about the person who shot a 7-year-old girl in southeast. yvette: i was running for my life. he was flicking matches on me... my ex-husband's intentions were to murder me. glenn: i made sure yvette's abuser went away for good, and put in place tougher sentences,
because domestic violence can never be tolerated. yvette: mr. ivey showed compassion. i felt like i could trust him. narrator: glenn ivey. as state's attorney, a proven leader. in congress, he'll combat domestic violence, and protect president obama's legacy. glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message, because i'm on your side.
narrator: all that political mail mlet's simplify.lming. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader at marriott, she has a broad and deep facility with policy. emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, edation and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
jack: [ sighs ] >> michael: a subpoena. you are to be deposed in the pass key lawsuit. >> jack: oh, great. now my wife and i have a matching set. how thoughtful of you to deliver it personally. >> michael: you can't be surprised, jack. >> jack: i'm disappointed that you're involved. >> michael: i'm doing my job. i thought you understood. when phyllis came at me earlier, you were -- >> jack: i did not want this thing to escalate. >> michael: and now that it has? >> jack: i'm as frustrated as phyllis is. you sold us out when you could have gotten better work elsewhere! >> michael: there are not a lot of jobs for disbarred lawyers. >> jack: oh, come on. you've got plenty of connections, not the least of which used to be phyllis and me. you could have started a new business. hell, written a crime novel. >> michael: victoria is a connection. she respects me. she needs my expertise on this case. >> jack: you took this job at