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right now i'd 11:00 a live look at a cloudy night in the dmv and some might be seeing showers now and even the through thunderstorms might go through tonight. i'm glad you're here at wusa9 and i'm adam longo. >> i'm lesli foster and before you finalize plans let's check in with topper shutt. >> i think early in the morning
all the softball and soccer games will be played. here's the radar showers to the west. sprinkles in northwest dc. the yellows near hagerstown, most of the showers well west of the interstate. try on the eastside and showers west of silver spring. toward tyson and 123 toward the airport and old town. nothing heavy in the metro area. by 7:00 a.m. showers and temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. lie and share along i-81, winchester and hagerstown. by 9:00 showers in fairfax and leesburg. by 11:00 most showers into southern maryland and beginning to clear north and west. we will tell you if we salvage a good saturday afternoon and talk about sunday. right now will talk about downloading the app because it's pretty.
everything you see on air and online you can get on your phone by downloading that gap. i wish we could've downloaded a win at the verizon center. a tough night for hockey fans in the s paul and failed to close out the series against the philadelphia flyers. >> everyone isn't losing hope. let's get to mola lenghi who's been with the fans all night at the verizon center. >> reporter: you described it. a tough loss and you saw it on the bases and heard it on the voices of the cavs fans. they played such a good game and dominated except for the most important part, the score. fans to their part before pulling out of the verizon center an hour ago. creating another electric atmosphere inside during the game. flyers fans with the exception of these you were tough to spot . even in victory it was hard to truck them -- track them down . the capitals were up 3-0 in the series before losing
talking about another capitals playoff collapse. >> that's a tough game to lose when you dominate that badly but what can you say?>> i don't think nervous is the word because we have 19. >> i think we have to have a positive attitude and try to win the next game in philadelphia. >> the capitals were up 3-0 and you might have been nervous at that point. >> not at all. >> they always pull through. >> reporter: they always pull through except when they don't. recent capitals playoff history suggests otherwise but the fans out here tonight say they remain nervously optimistic. back to you.>> not many teams come back from the 3-0
>> happened four times in hockey. >> we will keep the faith. >> we have heard from the fans and in the first three mac games they won they were very measured and the players in the zone. how were they tonight? >> something has changed over the last couple of games. if you look at justin williams he wasn't playing like himself and a lot of mistakes. is this really happening again? the capitals came into tonight with an impressive streak and had lost back-to-back games in regulation all season long but over the last two came state flyers came out victorious thanks to the great playing by michal neuvirth. what was the mood in the locker room? >> still optimistic which was interesting for me because michal neuvirth their old team
because they say they have to do a better job in front of the net and couldn't beat their old friend in michal neuvirth and as the capitals lose 2-01 we talk about unleashing the fury, now fans may unleash their fear and now it's 3-2 and we have a series. >> we had some chances but we need to put more bodies in front of the net. >> it's a hockey game. the puck is around in the ice is a perfect. things happen. their goalie is playing well. we throw a lot at him. we have to finish. >> you have to do that on sunday. game six in philadelphia at high noon on sunday. more coming up in sports. >> some fans pushing the panic button but don't push it quite yet. will hear more from you later. capitals outshot the flyers 4-1 but the flyers won back and
stunned fans around the world continue to mourn and celebrate prince and died unexpectedly in his suburban minneapolis home. he had been battering -- battling illness and we are counting on an autopsy to find the cause of his death. we are learning more about the final hours of prince's life. the 57-year-old star who had millions of fans died alone in his home and studio compound. >> there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body. >> the sheriff says prince was last seen at 8:00 wednesday evening when friends dropped them off at home. were read employees couldn't reach him thursday morning and found them polyclonal inside an elevator on the first floor. it's not known how long he had been dead. >> we have no reason to believe at this point this was a suicide. >> his body was released to his
somber as fans gathered to show their love and say goodbye. >> i can't begin to imagine what life is like after prince.>> since word of prince's death thousands have taken part in a dance party in minneapolis which is expected to lance all weekend to celebrate the life of a man the sheriff called a good neighbor.>> the medical examiner said it could be days or weeks before the test results including toxicology results are known. he played thousands of concerts inside and outside and at least one in the pouring rain. >> he also played a concert for an audience who couldn't hear any of it. ellison barber has the story from gallaudet university. >> reporter: in november 1984 prince
shows in landover maryland but before he left the area he played one more show, a free concert on this campus. ( music ) >> it was a quiet afternoon in november and everybody started chattering and saying go to the field house and there will be a concert. i didn't know who is performing but just thought i should go. >> reporter: so he did. >> when i got there i was shocked at the size of the stage. there were giant towering speakers. >> reporter: stephen hilbok was a student at gallaudet university which wasn't at deaf university and he didn't know it yet but prince would be on the stage. >> it was amazing and i could feel every beat. >> reporter: prince and his team kept the concert under wraps until the last minute. according to a report at the m
them were deaf college kids. >> of all the places to choose, gallaudet university? at that time it was on her to sing a song to 1600 deaf people but prince was sensitive to the disability community. >> reporter: it's a nightly can't forget and doesn't want to. >> we were sending our love to him and trying to keep him on stage. we felt like we could relate to the singer. i never felt that in another place.>> reporter: from gallaudet university i'm ellison barber wusa9. >> prince touched so many people through his music and art. the news of his death is devastating particularly because he had a tremendous impact in the disabled community. some tonight the smithsonian paying tribute to prince. a photograph taken by lynn goldsmith on display at the national portrait gallery.
them as you pull the photo from its archives of people visiting the gallery are leaving momentos. one purple person does one person left purple roses. >> and we will follow closely is more details are released in the death of prince and you can get breaking news alerts by downloading our wusa9 news app. up next a killer on the run. a mass shooting leaves eight members of an ohio family dead in closing a mother with her baby by the side. who police are trying to find. in the virginia governor making history and stirring up controversy. what it means to get back the right to vote to former felons. check out this little guy. it's a photo that captures hearts on tw
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right now in pikes county ohio authorities trying to piece together a mass murderer. >> eight members of the same family killed in four different locations and police not ruling out the possibility that a killer or killers are still at large. investigators in pike county ohio working four different crime scenes trying to piece together who killed eight members of this family and why. >> there is a strong possibility that any individuals involved are armed and extremely dangerous. >> seven adults and a 16-year- old killed and authorities say each victim was shot in the head. one mother was apparently killed in her bed with the four day-old white there
survived along with the six- month-old and a 3-year-old. grief counselors and community members trying to comfort relatives. >> it's such a tragic situation. they have a lot of questions. >> police say they are following up on tips and encourage anyone with information to come forward. authorities say it's a possibility the shooter is a member of the family. let's get you the latest on the fairfax county firefighter nicole mittendorff. the medical examiner confirm she died of suicide by hanging. her body was found yesterday in the shenandoah national park and a suicide note was found in her car. in the wake of her death county residents are expressing outrage over sexist comments posted anonymously on a community forum website called fairfax underground. they are comments about mittendorff and other female firefighters. authorities say they are aware of it lo
in northeast dc a call for peace. neighbors in the deanwood community come together this evening calling for an end to violence and they marched from antioch baptist church to the dean with metro station were two teen boys were killed in two incidents in the last month. the reverend says he hopes tonight's march ignites a passion for peace and it has to start in the home. >> i want to call out to the parents. parents of kids, if you have someone in the family with parents that aren't active, get active in their lives. >> he's also asking for more foot patrols and for neighbors to play a more active role in community watch programs. a man arrested for killing in wayne county north carolina. he and another man were making a ruckus at a starbucks store
in wheaton and officers were called and checked his fingerprints and discovered he was a wanted man. he allegedly kicked and spit on several officers as they took them out. an update on the story we brought you breaking last night at 11:00. the crash of a bus carrying university of virginia baseball team. the driver has died. he was 72- year-old bernard martin. he lost consciousness behind the wheel while driving the team from the miami airport to their hotel. it went off the road and hit three parked cars. it could have been worse and no one other than the driver was hurt. virginia governor terry mcauliffe signs an executive order that restores voting rights to more than 200,000 convicted felons who have served their time. he says the order helps to undo virginia's long history of trying to suppress the black vote. under the order virginians who have completed all 17 requirements as of da
vote, run for office, serve on a jury, and serve as a notary public. it's earth day 2016 winding down today. >> #take -- #earth day has been trending big and the energy department tweeted that the u.s. just passed 1 million solar installations. prince william county police reminded us about the wildlife habitat and from woodsy owl a simple message of give a hoot every day. >> recycle, recycle, recycle. and have the kids turn off the lights when they leave the room.>> i feel like you are constantly turning them off and on and off and on. >> it's easier to conserve energy than to make it. that is key. rant over.
temperatures in the mid-70s. i thought 74 would be warm enough but 76 at national and only 71 at dulles. i raised tomorrow's number to 73. right now still 65 and wins out of the south, southwest but can't not true. winds will turn a become northwesterly after midnight. light showers west it of town but everything else toward i-81 winchester to hagerstown. lightning earlier this evening and yellow north of hagerstown. heavier rain north of frederick and darker green. immediate metro area quiet. a couple sprinkles over spring, beltway 8, wilson bridge but nothing right now in prince george's county. you will have showers overnight
1:00 of 2:00 in the afternoon. showers lingle -- linger through the morning everywhere. very nice sunday and cool. much warmer on monday. we get up to 80 degrees on monday. 7:00 tomorrow some showers here and there and wouldn't get too fixated on the exact location. temperatures upper 50s. soccer games will be played and softball games will be played. by 11:00's shower south of 76 or into southern maryland and temperatures into low to mid 60s. by 3:00 72 in leesburg and pine for the first pitch of the nats game. the benefit is for humane society. at 3:00 everybody clears and fine shape for a barbecue. be advised to gets chilly quickly tomorrow as temps fall into the 40s. day planners clouds to start and then showers until 9:00 and then sunshine and 70 by 1:00. next seven days excellt
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to win an election? now wusa9 game on sports with kristen berset.>> michal neuvirth is played in two of the five playoff games of been impressive in both and he is stonewall the capitals his former team. the capital shot the puck 44 times in the flyers just 11 a franchise low yet somehow they won.
stands out in force tonight hoping to see the capitals finish in the series and acrobatics, bringing the energy and 10 seconds in a payback for crosscheck in game there and a reoccurring problem for the capitals in this series too many penalties. justin williams with his third penalty of the game and after the penalty expired fires on the board. obfuscate and into the net makes it 1-0 flyers and once again michal neuvirth on his head and torments his former team stopping 44 and would less than a minute to go flyers couldn't help the caps and the capitals lose 2-0 as their lead in the series is now 3-2. live from the verizon center not the way people hoped the night would go. the consensus in locker room? >> still optimistic and very competent. this is a team up 3-0 and stuck with their game plan against the flyers
was too good as capitals fans are anxious because playing game six on sunday and the capitals with a 3-2 advantage and as history has shown us the capitals are not good at series with the advantage.>> i don't know anything about the past looking forward. looking to sunday. >> were pretty happy with the process of how we played. i'm happy with the result. >> we are focused on playing seven good games if we needed. we believe we can get four games out of seven in the series no matter how we do it. so we go into philly with the same mindset. we will come out successful. >>
two losses for the capitals and they have to find a way to get more goals in game six if they want to move on on high noon on sunday in philadelphia. back to you in the studio.>> let's see if they can get it done in close it out sunday. now to football and sever our -- seven hours meet and greet and one of the top free-agent quarterbacks in the league in making him the highest-paid over the next three years. josh norman visited washington first arriving at redskins park this afternoon. left hours later with a lucrative deal worth five years $75 million with $51 million guaranteed. after the news several of his new teammates tweeted out the excitement with kirk cousins saying practice got more challenging. welcome aboard. nats opening their series with the twins and you saw that here on wusa9 and it's the jayson werth show. a shot from left and check out stealing the homer. beautiful jump
loving that. this time he gets it done with the bat, his third oakmont of the season. the nats well over the twins to open up the weekend series. nice to see jayson werth out there playing at the high level we know he can. >> they seem so activated. >> they are unstoppable. maybe they can get some of that to the capitals. >> the caps looked on
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