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bernie sanders from wyoming. that's listen in. more and more convinced our campaign will earn the 1237 delegates needed. victoryanders: with our tonight in wisconsin, we have now won seven out of eight of the last caucuses. alison: so the question now, delegates -- where will they fall and what does this mean for november? leon: tom roussey is live in the newsroom with all the numbers. i talked with a political expert tonight who says these results are big, especially on the republican side for ted cruz. here is video of ted cruz in wisconsin. despite what we just heard, it will be tough for him to get to the 1237 he would need to clinch the nomination, but the victory tonight makes that very difficult for donald trumpo
vote is coalescing around ted cruz, and a george washington professor says that will get tough on trump from here. >> he likes to talk about big wins, but this looks like a big defeat. it will be hard for him to spin this idea he is uniting the party, bringing the party together. if anything, it's going in the exact opposite direction. democratic side, definitely looking like a big victory for bernie sanders as well in wisconsin. that said, as far as him catching hillary clinton in delegates, the math is difficult. he would have to do very well from here on out, although it is not impossible. regardless, this makes life for hillary clinton tough as well as guess you cannot concentrate on what she would like to be concentrating on. >> hillary clinton's campaign i'm sure about now would love to be consolidating all
focusing on the republicans. obviously, it's not able to do that. tom: you have the vote in wisconsin tonight. the mid-atlantic and northeast are about to get a lot of say in this race. two weeks from today, new york is voting, than all the states in red will be voting in three weeks, including the state of maryland. thought to be friendly territories were both clinton and trump, but tonight potentially could swing the momentum both sanders' and cruz' s way. tom roussey, abc 7 news. leon: the weather is kind of like wisconsin, so don't put away your coats just yet. there is a freeze warning for many commutes in the morning. steve rudin is here. in a rowo nights
overnight into early tomorrow morning. the temperatures already falling into the 20's, upper 20 culpeper, 28 manassas right at freezing leesburg and frederick. 40 at reagan national, but we drop another 10 degrees overnight. we have the freeze warning in purple,ll the areas in all of southern maryland, the panhandle of west virginia, everything in between, including the district, arlington, alexandria, fairfax, montgomery county. if you have anything that you planted early, bring it inside to protect it from the cold tonight. keep it inside another couple days because you will need to with the colder nights ahead. tomorrow we will be eventually make it into the upper 50's, near 60. the nationals home opener thursday, the details on that forecast coming up. alison: this just into the newsroom, wild video from new jersey -- a police sergeant, the caught this video with
dashboard camera taken at the height of the windstorm sunday. the sergeant narrowly missed the large tree that fell across the road. nobody was hurt. unbelievable. leon: that is amazing. a new warning tonight from the department of homeland security about ransom-ware targeting hospitals worldwide. most recent incident was at medstar hospital. hackers were demanding bitcoin currency in exchange for the restoration of the computer networks. dhs is warning of a virus called ockie that has targeted hospitals in germany and new zealand as well. alison: in montgomery county, a criminal investigation into the death of a man found in a burned home in gaithersburg. a lot of questions about this -- when did he die and who is responsible? we know at this
is being labeled suspicious. jay korff was there the night of the fire and has more. jay? ison,allison al investigators are not taking any chances, making sure the site is secured. there is fencing all the way to mature also a lock that nobody ge in his the investigation deepens. police announced tuesday the charred remains of this gaithersburg home are now the scene of a homicide investigation. night, we were there when fire ripped through the structure. the front of the apartment cop lex, smoke pouring out. escaped, but a roommate did not. a week later, investigators are uncovering critical clues they believe something other than flames and smoke took his life. .> they are difficult scenes a lot of effort has gone into figuring out what happened. jay:
goodr of two, was a friend, quiet, helpful, a jeweler by trade. >> i know that steve had a hard time a new version. he used a cane. they both belonged to the mormon church. servants -- he has , in then the temple washington, d.c. temple, making the life the best he could. while arson investigators continue to do for the cause and origin of the blaze, we know that homicide detectives are searching for a motive and a suspect. jay korff, abc 7 news. leon: thank you, jay. about a lawsuit between "rolling stone" magazine and the university of virginia. the la
story about reported rape on that campus. jonathan elias has that story. jonathan: a judge ruled the woman who story led to the lawsuit must testify. jackie, she claimed she was raped by a group of fraternity members at uva. facts of the article were later determined to be false by both the police and a journalistic review team. university administrator is suing the magazine and the author of the retracted article for defamation. attorneys for jackie had resisted the deposition, saying that it would lead to her being victimized and traumatized. a judge denied the motion and scheduled the deposition for this thursday. jonathan elias. back to you. alison: here is something you do not hear every day -- a fist fight between two judges in d.c. one of them now faces charges, a story that you will see only on 7.
judge davenport surrender this morning after a bench warrant issued for her arrest. the police say that she tried to choke another judge at the office of administrative hearings last week. we spoke with an attorney who has worked with both judges. >> they are judges. a have a reputation. i have to trust them and i have to trust their good judgment. alison: people we spoke with said there was a long-standing feud between the judges and it was likely made worse when judge goody became davenport's supervisor a few weeks ago. gathered innds hampton to prepare to say their final goodbyes to a fallen officer. ♪ trooperrginia state chad dermyer is being remembered as an exceptional man who left an impression on everyone he met. coworker say he was
not just a great officer, he was also a dedicated family man. whens killed last week somebody opened fire during a training exercise. james brown iii, the alleged shooter, has been charged. alison: 7 on your side with health matters and the obama announcing the fight against the zika virus. they will transfer leftover ebola funding to fight zika virus. most of the $600 million will go to the cdc. it will be used for the development of anti-zika and killingeating mosquitoes that spread the virus. new information about the fire at the headquarters building for the irs. the agency says the building will be closed the rest of the week. employees who work at the headquarters building who can tell a work should work from home. of georgenew name mason's law school is getting a slight tweak.
going to be the antonin scalia a school of law at george mason university. to avoid an awkward and folder acronym -- and you know how we love acronyms -- the school will be calling it the antonin scalia a loss goal -- antonin scalia law school at george mason university. alison: watching your favorite football team just got easier. deal will put a game right at your fingertips. residentsome nearby say their water is contaminated.
the governor apologized, but says he will not step down. leon: there is a battle brewing between homeowners and dumfries and dominion power. they have been forced to use bottled water because they are concerned untreated coal ash is affecting their drinking water. richard reeve has the story from dumfries. always two sides to the story. tell us what is going on. richard: the power station is a large presence, cole -- wastewater is a big concern. many residents say their drinking water is affected, but dominion power says no. dan has lived in dumfries near the plant for 21 years. used january, he has bottled water for jointing and has a water filter in the shower because he is concerned his water is contaminated. his kitchen counter
seeing public concerns about coal ash. he had his drinking water tested. after anweeks agreement between prince william county officials and dominion water morest ash regular sleigh. the report show a below standards, but the dumfries town council is calling for a federal investigation by the epa into the alleged release of 27 million gallons of untreated coal ash water into the creek. dominion denied the claim, saying it was sent to a pond on their property. residents are worried about how clean their water really is. they warned us not to drink the water, that they no longer bless the wells. they are talking about lead, arsenic, boron, the typical coal ash contaminants. >> our
concern is all the metals that are in the ash water ending up in the creek. >> they will remove the solids and chemicals and heavy metals. quantico creek will be the same. released aminion statement that said in part, "our groundwater testing indicates no indication of any contaminants, no impact to human health or the environment have been identified." one question is whether the epa will get involved. richard reeve, abc 7 news. alison: rich, thank you. an unusual side effect of the 2016 presidential elections, vandalism of donald trump's star the hollywood walk of fame. people have covered it with everything from dog feces, a swatstika, to name a few. that the stars are historic landmarks
not be displaced. trump received the star in 2007 for his work on the tv show "the apprentice." leon: 7 on your side with a consumer alert and a new deal with the nfl. the social media site has bought the rights to stream thursday night football. the nfl announced it is the first deal. that means that all 10 thursday games this next season will be free worldwide on your tablet, smart phone, or smart tv. that will be on twitter. so we go from watching it on a big screen at a bar to watching on a small screen. that is an upgrade? all right. steve: the new generation, i guess they call the millennials. we have cold air on the way tonight, also into early tomorrow morning. the high
friday it was 83. yesterday we were in the 70's. right now it is 40 at the airport and the temperatures are cooling quickly because of the clear skies. potomac, 34 aspen hill, herndon 33. the wind speed, not much. that is the biggest difference compared with last night and tonight and into early tomorrow morning, not having to deal with the windchill factor. the satellite and radar, not a whole lot going on. we stayed dry overnight, mainly clear skies. a freeze warning in effect for pretty much the entire viewing area, went into effect at 11 p.m., until 9 a.m. tomorrow all the counties inside the beltway, all of southern maryland off to the north and west, the panhandle of west virginia. these are the areas likely to see temperatures fall below freezing overnight. tomorrow morning you will need a hat and gloves and a winter coat
, at least early on with the temperatures in the upper 20's, lower 30's. the bus stop forecast come it will warm up compared with today. some may even see 60 degrees. the clouds increase late in the day. breezy with wind out of the south at five to 15. why thursday, more substantial rain. looks like early in the morning, across the beltway, the district, arlington, alexandria. all of this moves to the east. we move intoed as gametime for the home opener for the nationals we just have lingering showers here in their. -- here and there. they will be of the 60's. in the rain clears out with cooler temperatures, just in time for the weekend. once againven days, the highs tomorrow upper 50's, near 60. lower 60's with rain thursday. then we clear out friday. it will be windy and cool and damp and blustery saturday, upper 40's. back into the 60's next
alison: thank you, steve. syracuse team get into the 60's? uconn women took dominance to a new level. tonight, braden holtby was trying to tie an nhl record. in t a group of gladiators prepare for battle. carrying on their shoulders the legacy of a nation, and... enormous heads. go! [whistle] ♪ ♪ winning a presidential race is hard, but saving money with geico
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3-1 washington. the islanders force overtime. control, nice pass, catching braden holtby leaning the wrong way, game over. new york wins it 4-3 in overtime. the uconn women have done it again. but i'd against syracuse, the huskies capture their fourth straight ncaa championship title, capping another perfect season. if you were hoping this would be close, sorry, it was not. syracuse 82-51. stewart led all scorers with 24 points. former knick and zag a high school star kris jenkins will be forevero villanova fans . his game-winning jump shot at the buzzer was the greatest shot in the history of the tournament , given its importance. there have been many buzzer beaters in the
incredible. earlier today, scott abraham talked with his old high school coach at and zag a -- at gonzaga. i was in front of a bunch of people in a bar and i had an opportunity to let it out. you just feel for him. the emotion came out last night and i cried. erin: aw. just celebration. charles barkley, this has to be the best reaction. i cannot get enough of this, the grown man jumping in they are, screaming, so happy. kenny smith is not so happy. there he is on the left, just ignoring it. ignoring charles barkley. back in actionls tomorrow in atlanta. stephen strasburg will start opposite the braves bud norris. leon: i guarantee you that charles' pants
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