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allison barber has this story. >> reporter: a suspected shooter received a grand jury subpoena earlier today and no charges filed against him but that could change. law enforcement officials say there are simply far too many questions. on friday night this home on sharon road was flooded with first responders. >> i have never been so scared in my life. >> today it is quiet. people stopped by the house but they didn't want to talk. the only list of demands who according to police shot two firefighters, opening a door that is boarded. the 61-year-old homeowner allegedly shot at firefighters and thought they were intruders. >> the
background investigation and conducting a trace on that. >> four bullets hit kevin swain. and medic john ulmschneider did not. they identified themselves three different times. >> i heard them banging on the door and all of a sudden the banging on the door pestopd and the gunshots rang. >> and one fire truck an ambulance were stopped outside. the police are still trying to figure out if the lights or sirens were on. >> how many shots were fired to a certainty. >> reporter: questions to prove whether or not this was a criminal act or a tragic accident. >> we have the facts and then we will make a decision based on them. >> reporter: the shooter's brother was also injured. he was the one that
call 911 to call in a welfare check. the police chief needs to talk to him and the injured firefighters. reporting live. i'm allison barber. >> firefighters are grieving all across the country and in the county. there is a visitation for john ulmschneider. he left behind a wife and a young daughter. now to a story you will only see on 9. news doesn't always wait until we get to work. kirk brooks was on his way to the newsroom on the east side of town in arundel county where something caught his eyes and didn't seem right and despite the cars passing by. kirk was the only
called 911. >> cracked in the guardrails route 50 near 301. the driver had her foot on the gas. kirk call for help and several fire trucks and an ambulance arrived. listen to him describe the scene. >> i am glad i saw it. i thought it was overheating, it was running and the person had the engine floored. i could have easily kept flying but curiosity got the better of me. >> you can see the video and the female driver being helped by paramedics with injuries and no word on what caused it. >> the government in ecuador says the death toll has climbed to 413, that includes an american and two canadians. about
injured after saturday's 7.8 magnitude quake. rescue workers managed to free three people trapped in the rubble of a shopping center giving hope to those desperately searching for their loved ones. authorities say the body of a man has been found inside a truck that drove in the high waters on a houston free way service road. the victim is the second person died linked to flooding from severe rains that began in southeast texas. emergency evacuations are under way. floodwaters in houston forced residents to find new ways to reach ground. >> a refrigerator, how are we going to float in that. >> the rain flooded more than 1,000 homes and businesses. residents grabbed their children and a few belongings before wading through the waist deep water.
safety. >> i had no idea that i would do this. >> reporter: some of the water is beginning to recede leaving behind the mud and debris that could take days to clean up. kathy lopez lost furniture and clothes when the water rushed in the house. >> i was worried we weren't going to get out. >> more rain is on the way for tuesday and residents are being urged to stay home. >> and the governor of texas has declared a state of disaster in 9 counties and flash-flood warnings in effect. >> here it is the opposite problem. >> we are behind in rainfall. fire danger actually kind of high just to the north of us. let's get to chief meteorologist tom to where we stand. >> let's try to put the houston rainfall to some kind of perspective. they had roughly 13-inches in the last 24 hours. i found some areas of
ten. we will call it 13. the average 49 for the entire year. they had 25% of their average annual rainfall in 24 hours. we only had about 8-inches so far. we are down about two and we only average 39 for the year. they picked up a third of the annual rainfall in 24 hours. that is crazy. we do have a cold front. tomorrow morning, 6:00, clouds and it will move through dry and temperatures mild, 69 downtown and 54 in manassas and sterling. by 8:00 in the 50s and 67 in fairfax and by 9:30 we are back in the 60s. we will come back and see if we will make the 80s again. right now we will tell you to download the app. it is free. go to wusa9 and we will send you severe weather alerts anytime they are applicable. it is quiet now.
download the app. topper thank you. from montgomery there is a death at a red roof insanities ruled a homicide. 22-year-old ken blakeley. the detectives determined that the victim identified herself as key anna. she was kill in her hotel room tuesday. rescuers will try for a 4th day to find a missing firefighter. the 31-year-old nicole middendorf car was found saturday night near the shen na doa national park. 100 people and dogs searched the park and it is pretty tough terrain. expecting to learn more about the efforts to find her during a press conference tomorrow morning. a north carolina teacher is learning a lesson the hard way tonight. under arrest after driving from north carolina to a hotel in herndon to meet a 13-year-old boy.
were there instead. kathleen antonio kappa tano is charged with four counts of soliciting the boy for sex over the internet. she met the victim last year when she was a student at coats elementary school. if you know anything that would help the police call 186-6411 tips. sad news out of hollywood especially for the fans of the cbs show everybody loves raymond actress doris roberts died. she won five emmies and four for raymond and she starred in other shows such as national lampoon's national vacation. she was 90. from cheesecake to hot dogs, and meatballs, the candidates eating their way to a win in new york. a look
talking about campaign 2016 and the new york presidential primary hours away. >> donald trump and hillary clinton are counting on their hometown tie to put them in the win column after a series of stunning losses. >> hillary clinton is counting on a win in her adopted home state of new york. she has lost 7 straight contests to the brooklyn born bernie sanders. >> we are going to work hard and we are going to do everything we can between now and nine p.m. tomorrow night. >> hillary clinton has a 10- point lead over bernie sanders in the latest cbs news poll. >> i never count any chickens before they hatch. >> and bernie sanders
from behind before and won the michigan primary despite hillary clinton double digits lead in the poll. >> if we get a large voter turnout tomorrow, we will win in new york. >> reporter: donald trump has more support in his native new york than ted cruz and john kasich combined. analysts say he needs to win here and in several more states to secure the gop nomination before the convention. >> new york is looking great but you got to go and vote. >> ted cruz says if donald trump is nominated ... >> it cans the hillary clinton election. >> and john kasich and ted cruz split the vote and then one must drop out to stop donald trump from locking up the nomination. >> donald trump campaign sources confirm that the cbs news is shaking up his team putting new hires in char
and they plan to spend more money on advertising. trump is hoping to secure the nomination before july to avoid a contested convention. and you will want to stay up late for the late show with stephen colbert. hillary clinton will be the special guest and as you will see, the two team up to address america's smallest issues. >> set to tackle dry cleaning and taylor swift award acceptances among other things. the latest show airs after the newscast and comes on at 11:35. well donald trump will be in maryland visiting the eastern more county in the state. he will speak at steven decatur high school in berlin at 7 in wooster county. maryland is one of the two most democratic states in the nation. and massachusetts is the other but wooster county
republican mitt romney in the 2012 presidential election. as well as four other counties. >> stay informed on this historic campaign and get alerts when you want them down load the wusa9 app now. it is free. so tonight there is another award for hamilton. a hiphop broadway stage biography of alexander hamilton has won the pulitzer prize for drama. the story of an orphan immigrant rising to the highest ranks of american society as told by a young african- american and latino. it is the 9th musical to win the award joining south pacific and sunday in the park with george and rent. a lot of people want to see it. >> exciting show and a long wait list. if you are trying to wait it out,
something to look forward to. >> a cold front is going through tomorrow but we will be warm tomorrow. more like june. >> let's talk about the 3- degree guarantee. we want 80 and it seemed reasonable at the time. 80 is warm. and we managed to make it 85 today. a busterruno. >> you are happy? no, you're not. tomorrow, 83 and we are certain to make at least 80 and we will go 83 tomorrow. live look. 68 outside and winds are calm and a very beautiful evening. not as cold tonight either. milder. cold front moves through. but we still stay warm. the cool air lags behind about 24 hours. bus stop temperatures 50 to 68 and 42 indoles and previous mornings in the 30s. cooler air in the metro on wednesday and we mean seasonable.
nats game on friday. good news, it doesn't look organized or heavy. real good news it could come to an end before the game starts at 7:00. 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. just a few clouds. cold front pushing through and still mild. 59 downtown and 55 in gaithersburg and now by 9:00, we are 66 downtown and 65 in fairfax and by lunchtime we are about 80 in leesburg and hagger town 76 and cumberland clouds in the mountains and by 6:00 p.m. low in the 60s. a little bit above average. by this time tomorrow night temperatures still in the low to mid 60s, maybe 59 in gaithersburg and maybe 58 in frederick. on the day planner, 59 and at 7:00 and look what happens, 75 at 11, 80 by 1:00. and now we talked about the next seven days, pretty goo
just a look cooler on wednesday but still 70s. showers thursday night and friday and it could end before the game. maybe showers on sunday and highs in the 70s. about average after tomorrow. pretty good stretch. not bad at all. the caps in philly. >> on a good stretch. >> i will give you that this. you never know but the caps taking care of business like they need to. a big win for them tonight. z1yosz
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outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white house called the ad on chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same position. the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards. will she say anything to win an election?
. the capitals franchise has never started out 3-0. it is always tough going into opponent's territory to keep that momentum going but no problem tonight for the caps. alex ovechkin, his first snapping a tie game and finishes with the most points in franchise history. this is the story of the night.
o rprik and gos down immediately. it was an upper body injury. and then this one in the 3rd period. bellamere, head first to orloff in the boards and the fight broke out afterwards. still waiting for word on orloff and orprik is the most serious injury. caps win big, 6-1 and take a commanding league for the first time in franchise history and here is john carlson after the game. the guys that stepped upper great hockey players and we are confident in them and just, i think, our backbone of success this year. people have stepped up when guys go down and get injured or whatever. and has played awesome hockey for us. and philly got
washington nationals but all they mustered one win. the nats hanging out in the sunshine state but the florida air is the remedy for chandler. getting the start against miami picking up three runs in the first inning and then bryce harper, you national league player of the week has homered in the last four games but ghtonit all he had was this lovely sack fly. miami wins 6-1. one lucky fan got to visit with the nats. they were from orlando and bryce harper hit a grand slam and their 10-year-old daughter in remission from cancer got the ball and traded it for face time and autographs from bryce harper. >> being a ball boy in tennis is pretty cool but this he will never forget. the barcelona. doing
the tennis balls. and right here. look. the reaction is great. >> i didn't see that. >> no, i'm good. no problem. >> nothing happened. >> look away. >> a little smirk on his face. >> is joseline peña-melnyk for congress... yes! in annapolis, she battled republicans and the nra to pass the toughest gun safety legislation
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they told him to sit in an extra seat in the cargo hold and on the ground questioned by police and not arrested and not sure what he told the boss when he got home. >> i think someone helped him get on that plane. >> i think so? how do you not know. >> you literally laid down in the plane. >> you could do that when you were loading the plane. >> i don't know if you could do it. >> the forecast,. >> low 80s
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