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sending 11 people to the hospital. 128 passengers and 14 crew members were on board at the time. crews are working through the night to determine what went wrong. >> also breaking a maryland police officer gunned down in the line of duty in what investigators are calling an unprovoked attack. let's get to kelly wright who has been following the developments all morning. >> this shooting is under investigation. the unprovoked attack on them is devastating. 4:30 sunday afternoon is when it happened without any warning gunfire erupts outside of a community center of the prince george's police department in palmer park, maryland. a gunman opens fire shooting and killing officer jaki colson a four-year veteran and under cover narcotics officer. he was just 28 years old.
he would have celebrated his 29th birthday this week. fellow officers gathered outside of the hospital where he pronounced dead and prayed for their fellow cop and friend. >> jacai had an infectious smile. he lit up a room. he was a tremendous personality that made everybody smile and wanted to be everything to everybody. he was a police officer who was a real cop's cop. >> he was very well loved. the shooter by the way, was shot in an exchange of gunfire with police. a second suspect ran from the scene causing police to shut down roads and conduct an active shooter alert. they captured him a short time later in a nearby shopping area. >> the suspect is alive. he's in this facility. he's in stable condition and he's expected to survive. a second suspect was also
arrested. this is under active investigation. the officers are devastated. >> no motive is known at this time. >> kelly wright live for us. thank you for that. it was a wild weekend on the campaign trail as violence breaks out at a donald trump rally and other gop candidates say a frontrunner is to blame. >> good morning, mike. the rhetoric has gone too far. donald trump is pushing back. he is angry and he is just a messenger. he's blaming campaign for stirring up trouble.
>> if he says no then he is lying. person knee sanders has signs the way they are professionally made. >> here in the buckeye state. ted cruz running third and marco rubio running 4th. he said trump is leading third with kasich third and rubio fourth. he has bad news showing his third home state in florida. other polls show him in florida. trump 44, cruz 24 and then rubio at 21 percent. rubio is blasting trump for turning the campaign into a circus or even worse. >> real leadership is recognizing people are angry and frustrated and showing them a way forward. >> here in ohio today governor
kasich will have a little help on the campaign trail from former republican nominee romney. romney is not endorsing kasich but he has made it clear he is for any of the other republican candidates other than donald trump. heather? >> mike emanuel, thank y. thank you, mike. >> stage crasher still taking aim at the presidential candidate. >> i was thinking that donald trump is a bully. he is somebody who is just aing a lot of bold things. he's making bold claims, but i can see right through that. i can see that he is truly just a coward. >> demassamo a former child actor. he planned to get all of the way on stage and call him a racist. he was stopped and arrested.
he is charged with disorderly conduct and introducing panic. >> both bernie sanders and hillary clinton now going after donald trump. >> kristen fisher live on washington, d.c. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning, abby. we are 24-hours away from one of the biggest days in the democratic primary. last night at a town hall they saved their sharpest attacks for the republican frontrunner, donald trump. sanders described him as a pathological liar. listen to this. >> he is trafficking in hate and fear. he is playing to our worst instincts rather than our angels of our better nature. he actually insights violence in the way that he urges his audience on. talking about punching people,
offering to pay legal bills. >> mr. trump says he is prepared to pay the legal costs of an individual who sucker punched somebody at a recent event. he is going to pay the legal fees of somebody who committed a terrible act of violence. what that means is donald trump is literally inciting violence with his supporters. >> strong words. clinton is heading into tomorrow's contest with a comfortable delegate lead but sander's surprise win last week in michigan is making clinton's camp a little nervous about how she will do in the neighboring state of ohio and illinois. the latest polls this one from nbc news. clinton's lead has slunk to 6 points in that date 51 to 45. in ohio clinton holds a comfortable lead 20 points over sanders 58 to 38. in ohio the latest poll has her beating him by 27 points 61 to
34. today clinton will be campaigning in illinois and ohio. bernie sanders will be in four of the five states with primaries tomorrow. he will be in every state but florida in the course of 12-hours. both campaigns are going all out with this many delegates on-line. >> voters have a chance for their voice to be heard on tuesday. thank you, kristen. >> in other news developing terror on the beach americans targeted by al qaeda in a deadly resort town attack. six gunmen open fire at ivory coast hotels. those gunmen also dead. it shows terrified tourists running from the scene. the target of the attack a group of u.s. officials. no americans are believed to be dead or injured. and in the turkish capitol of ancara a huge explosion rocks the city killing at least 37 people.
71 others are still being treated at the hospital. the car bomb went up in the city's main boulevard near a bus stop. turkish officials are blaming kurdish militants. this is the second bomb in the capital in a month. it comes after two-days after the u.s. em bats see warned of a potential terrorist plot in the city there. new overnight. a suspect is shot dead after shooting a police car and leading police through a wild chase the chase reaching nearly 100 miles per hour. they stopped the driver by ramming other police cars into hisser ka. they ended up firing and killing that suspect. it is unclear how he managed to take off in a cruiser in the first place. now to extreme weather, wreaking havoc clooast to coast blinding sun rain and rubber necking blamed for a serious pileup on a north carolina highway. 94 cars shut down a six-mile
stretch off interstate 44 nearly five hours. further south in louisiana and mississippi nearly 5,000 homes have been destroyed by flood waters. in the past week since it happened at least five people killed in the historic rainfall. flood warnings do remain in effect. out of the northwest a toddler survives when high winds topples trees crushing an enough on the seattle roads. the driver was killed. incredible images in california of cars under water after being skept into a creek. four people were rescued. >> wet weather not over yet. definitely not what you want to hear about. maria molina is tracking what's next. >> a lot of extreme weather going on across the nation. unfortunately like you showed the images of california we expect another storm system to bring in more areas of rain across parts of the west and also snow across parts of the intermountain west. we had reported severe weather
yesterday across arkansas including reported tornadoes. under a tornado warning with a storm system rolling through bringing in more rain across areas hit hard by flooding last week as many areas picked up historic flooding out there across louisiana and mississippi. again looking at another unsettled day as the storm system goes eastward. the current temperatures in advance of the storm system you can see we are in the 50's and 60's right now from places like new york all of the way down into atlanta. much colder as you heard further north to new england where temperatures are in the teens this morning. take a look at the plains it will be very summer like out there in dallas 87 degrees the fauxorecast high temperatur. our storm system reaches eastward bringing in areas of rain. we could see one round of isolated severe weather across the atlantic and as we head into tomorrow into parts of the
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we are live in tampa with the latest this morning. good morning, kelly. >> well, good morning to you. yes, a trump rally going on here today in tampa. donald trump was here a month ago on the university of south florida campus where he viewed 10,000. nothing like we saw this weekend in chicago. if we can roll some of that video. of course some violent clashes between protestors and trump supporters forced donald trump to cancel his event at the university of chicago on friday night. saturday we also saw a protester try to rush the stage as donald trump was on it in ohio. secret service stepping in to take him down. he hasn't experienced that kind of backlash here in the state of florida. he has been popular so far among voters in florida with polls showing him with a healthy near
20 point lead over senator marco rubio. there is a protest looking at some facebook groups today. there is a protest playing near a failed site. that would be the trump tower site in downtown tampa. there's a protest rally expected to begin now. this one is expected to be full. they cannot guarantee any one's safety inside. donald trump has canceled at least one event in florida but not because of protestors. he canceled a planned rally in florida because instead he's planning to go to youngstown ohio after the tampa stop. that's john kasich territory. many speculating he's not worried about marco rubio. the healthy 20 point margin in polls so far.
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>> pack your patience. this could be the worst one you see>> good morning to you. it is monday. nice to have you here with us. >> i am ab hee hunts man. great to start your day with us. a wild weekend a oh on the campaign trail. they say the frontrunner is to blame. >> we are live with the kel opments this morning. mike, good to see you. >> abby, heather, the american people are angry. he is just the messenger. now is that he is taking some heat some saying his rhetoric has gone too far leading to violence in some cases. trump is saying blame the bernie sande sanders campaign. >> if they went to bernie's
rallies and did the same thing you would be so angry with me. nobody talks about it but you would be so against me. it is a whole different standard when it comes to a republican conservative verses a liberal. >> a new nbc news poll has trump leading in illinois with 34 percent support followed by ted krusz at 25 percent. john kasich at 21 percent and marco rubio at 16 percent. a new cbs news poll has brad news for rubio showing him running in third in his home state of florida trump 34 percent, cruz 24 percent and rubio at 21 percent. to be fair other polls have rubio running second in florida. as for here in ohio the nbts 2 poll has kasich leading trump 29 to 33. kasich says trump will not be our next president. >> i am going to win in ohio with the support of the folks here who have seen their lives improve more jobs better wages,
more hope, more people who have been ignored who are getting attention. that won't will be the end of it. he wion't be the president of te united states. >> super tuesday number 2 states so much so in youngstown they are expecting to see bernie sanders donald trump all ahead of primary days. >> mike emanuel live for us in ohio. thank you. >> the man who caused chaos at the trump rally in ohio speaking out for the first time. stage crasher thomas demasimo taking aim at the presidential candidate. >> i was thinking that donald trump is a bully. he is somebody who is just saying a lot of bold things, making bold claims but i can see right through that. i can see he's truly just a coward. >> demassamo a former child actor says he planned to get on
stage and call trump a racist. he was stopped and arrested by the kree set service. he's charged with disorderly conduct and introducing panic. donald trump being targeted from rivals. using a town hall to take aim at trump. kristin fisher has more on that. >> good morning. clinton is heading into tomorrow's contest with a comfortable lead. but sander's is making people nervous about how they will to do in ohio and illinois. the latest polls shows clinton's lead has slunk to 6 points 51 to 45. in ohio clinton is hanging on to a 20 point lead over sanders. last night at a town hall in ohio clinton made the case why
she believes she is better suited to take on trump in november. >> i have developed a pretty thick skin. i am not new to the national arena. i think whoever goes up against donald trump better be ready. i feel i am the best prepared and ready candidate. >> so we are now 24-hours away from one of the biggest days in the democratic primary. last night sanders and clinton saved their sharpest attack for the republican frontrunner. he called trump a political arsonist while sanders described him as a pathological liar. >> i never have and never will condone violence. i have been on the picket line all of my life but that's different than getting involved in violence. >> sanders will be making stops in four of the five states with
pram marries tomorrow. he will be in every state in four hours except one. a feet for any one especially someone 75. >> a 128-year-old police officer is ambushed and killed in maryland. two suspects are now in custody as police investigate this horrific act of evil. kelly wright is here with the breaking developments. it is very sad. the shooting is under investigation as we speak. the unprovoked attack on them is devastating. 4:30 gunfire erupts outside of a community center of the prince georges county police department in palmer park, maryland. a gunman opens fire shooting jakai colson.
a veteran on the police force he was just 28 years old. he would have celebrated his 29th birthday this week. they gathered outside of the hospital to join hands and pray for their fellow tcop and friends. >> he had an infectious smile. he lit up a room. he was a tremendous personality that made everybody smile and made everyone want to be everything to everybody. he was a police officer and a real cop's cop. >> the shooter was brought down they captured him at a short time later at a nearby shopping area. it was a sad day for police and families as they moved forward. the no motive is known at the
time. >> larry hogan also expressed prayers in support of colson in a statement writing it is my hope that his proud legacy for commitment and passion for law enforcement and serving others will provide some comfort in the difficult days that lie ahead. certainly will be difficult. heather? >> such a dangerous job. kelly wright life for us. thank you, kelly. an amtrak train packed with passengers derailed five cars now toppled on to their sides in kansas. the train was heading from los angeles to chicago a common route when it went off the rails. 20 miles west of dodge city sending 11 people to the hospital. 128 passengers and 14 crew members were on board at the time. crews are working through the night to determine what went wrong. north korea claims it could wipe out manhattan with a hydrogen bomb.
a stage run news outlet reports if the bomb was mounted on a missile and sent to the u.s. the city would be left in ashes. that's according to a nuclear scientist. back in january kim jong-un did a nuclear test saying it was a hydrogen bomb. they have skeptical of the claim. missiles headed on a train. their final destination foportld oregon. a suspicious package was on air serbia flight finding two missiles with explosive warheads. they were packed inside wooden crates. a p pentagon staffer says they are most likely stolen. >> to extreme weather now wreaking havoc coast to coast. rubber necking being blamed for a series of pileups on a north
carolina highway. 94 wrecks shut down a 6 mile stretch of interstate 40 for nearly five hours. >> further south in louisiana and mississippi nearly 5,000 homes have been destroyed by flood waters in the past week. at least 5 people killed in the historic rainfall. flood warnings remain in effect. in the northwest a toddler survives when high winds crush their suv. the driver was killed. >> incredible images of cars under water after being swept into a creek. >> the wet weather not over yet. maria molina is in the weather center tracking what is next. >> good morning. what a mess across the nation. unfortunately the active weather pattern is continuing we have higher elevations in the rockies intermountain west.
you are tracking that moisture as well with rain and snow. across the eastern half of the nation we have one impulse across arkansas. again a very active weather pattern out there. we could be seeing more severe storms across parts of the mid atlantic and parts of north carolina and virginia and further west into parts of tennessee and kentucky isolated will be possible. across the midwest with similar concerns it will keep it rather messy across the eastern midwest as we keep with the weather pattern. >> pack your umbrellas this morning. the time is 41 after the hour. travel turmoil a brand new
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we are back with a fox news alert. a sad story. a young police officer ambushed and shot dead in maerryland. >> a horrific act of evil. >> wttj is live from palmer park, maryland, with the latest. melanie, good morning. such a horrific story here. >> reporter: it is. and i can tell you that people in the area are just -- they're
shocked and numb, frankly. this is the second time in about two weeks that a young officer has been shot and killed in the line of duty. you see still a very active crime scene here in palmer park. this shooting happened out in front of one of the local district stations which happens to be attached to police headquarters. last night, police chief hank stuwinski said it was an unprompt oaked attack, and the officer was able to return fire before he died. last night when officer colson was rushed to the hospital, fellow officers gathered and prayed in his honor after learning he would not survive his injuries. they joined hands and prayed as the night darkened. the 28-year-old had been on the force for four years. he was an undercover narcotics detective and not in uniform sunday. the ambush began around 4:30 in the afternoon. one suspect opened fire outside the station, and several officers including colson rushed to the gunfight.
officer colson was rushed to the hospital in a police car. now, again, that one suspect in the hospital expected to survive. the second suspect was arrested not too far away. he fled the scene apparently when the shooting began. we understand they may be brothers. live in palmer park, melanie alnwick, fox 5 local news. >> a dangerous job. thank you very much. and a customer comes to the rescue shooting and the killing a hatchet-wielding attacker. police said the masked man stormed into the 7-eleven and started swinging the axe without saying a word. >> had the good samaritan not acted, we might have a dead clerk right now. >> the good samaritan did have a conceal carry permit. daylight saving time could make the commute dangerous. listen to this study out of the university of colorado. springing the clock forward increases the risk of deadly car accidents. researchers say that drowsy drivers pay less attention to
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about ten minutes to the top of the hour. happening today -- at least 11 people hurt after an amtrak train goes off the rails in kansas. five cars toppled on to their sides. crews trying to figure out want what. a police officer ambushed and shot and killed in washington, d.c. jakai colson was a four-year veteran of the force. two suspects now in police custody. donald trump defending violence that broke out at his rallies over the weekend. he says his supporters are angry about years of stagnant wages and few jobs and claims many of the protesters are bernie sanders supporters. and time now for "the good, the bad, and the ugly." first the good. dwayne "the rock" johnson, surprises kids at the medical center filming for "baywatch."
love that. a 30-year-old caught on camera smashing the windshield of a bus after allegedly abusing other passengers. finally, the ugly, an angry bull texas astampedes into a ga australia. luckily no one was hurt. >> the team were called the red bulls. fitting. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> have a good day. good morning, it is monday, it's march 14th. i'm ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert. an unprovoked attack on a young police officer murdered in the line of duty. what we have just learn good the accused killers as they set to face a judge. meanwhile, in politics, forget florida as marco rubio falls to third place in his own state. donald trump takes his campaign to ohio for a faceoff with john kasich. and where is mitt romney? we'll tell you.