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>> donald trump comes to maryland and we will have inside and outside the rally. the primaries are just two days away. searching for answers after a violent weekend in washington. at least one person is dead in six shootings and two stabbings. the cast advances and bitter rivals are waiting in the wings. >> now, on your side. >> voters heading to the polls in the final push for the candidates and that brought donald trump. we have the live team coverage at t
protesters gathered. event\o with amy at the tonight. amy? well, this place is just starting to clear out with some leaving. and it iswas packed just going to clear. let's show you how big this is. it was packed with cheering fans and supporters this afternoon. andorters greeted trump some talked a lot about his num bers. itsays that he hopes comes down to hillary. he is confident they are going to win. he talks to supporters before the rally. take a listen. >>
he is very energetic. all the values of a decent person. of a differente color and this is the most exciting political race i have ime and i amt excited. >> millions. honestly, i like kasich. he shouldn't be running. you had marco rubio, chris heistie, many guys, jeb, spent so much money. [no audio] trump said that he will bring back jobs and build acback u
fantastic. anchor 1: thanks. that paints a picture. donald trump brings protesters and people came out to show disagreement. we have team coverage from outside of the rally. what did you find? saw amy inside. people have been taking some time coming out. there are so many people allowed in and we have been out here with the overflow crowd. and a speaker played the speech. plenty had tickets and were not able to get inside. they stuck around. we are looking at videos of some who are out here a little earlier and we saw that it remained
people said that donald trump is woman-hater. there were a couple dozen protesters out here. the standpoint, there was shouting back and forth and police officers who stayed in the middle of the lines. it did remain peaceful and people reminded us of that. we saw other videos throughout the country with trump at these rallies, but plenty of zens ofers, do protesters, and people willing to walk a few miles to this point. anchor 1: i should correct myself. not crazy. enthusiastic. kasich will hold a rally tomorrow. ted cruz will be in ind
race between him and donald trump in the race. criticalis seen as from keeping donald trump from clinching the nomination before the convention. hundreds of clinton supporters attended a rally this afternoon. spoke at the event. clinton rejected words of praise from charles koch. her husband, a former president, did the same thing in baltimore. >> in many states that have yet to come, we have a real shot. anchor: bernie is fighting the say that heat has no chance of winning. he believes that he will. he appeared
said that if more low income people voted, he would be winning. there is another rally tonight. in charles county, a domestic dispute turned ugly with the angelo helmsley under arrest -- elo helmsley under arrest. they say that he forced the young girl in a car. first-degree murder is one of the many charges he now faces. incredible amount of violence this weekend left one dead and many others recovering in the span of 24 hours. we are talking about stabbings and shootings. both of them were in northeast. the other was in a 900 block of division. we are on division
condition,on the suspects, or motives. i can tell you that the shooting came at the end of a violent weekend in washington. >> they have been bouncing from the scene of one violent crime to the next. shot this afternoon in this building. >> over the weekend, there have been too separate stabbings in a district. of was in the 800 block northwest and it turned out to be fatal. morris s
she says she was not entirely surprised her neighborhood was visited by violence. >> not a lot of violence questio? happened and it is not usual. >> i heard some shots. jose king said that this is generally a good and safe neighborhood. there was a drug deal down the street and he said the police will increase their presence here. >> hopefully, we will get some more presence here so that this can be mineralized. -- minimized. so far, compared to 31 this time last year. >> abc 7 news.
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winning names will be announced on tuesday. are sound asleep and mom and dad are leaving them in the nest. these are the names you can choose from. weatherperson: i like the river names. they really blend in and it is tough to see them when they are not trying to get some food. anchor: exactly right. we have a big warm up for the next hours. weatherperson: more summer heat. it is 72 this afternoon and the sun is working down with a small batch of cloud cover throughout the evening. right now, we hit manassas in
hours. this will be the rain that has our way for tuesday and we do not see much of it with high pressure being the general rule and we bring a return flow to come our way and it will be cool tomorrow as we go through the day with lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 80's with a few isolated showers off to te west and not much of an issue for us. you see some of it get caught and there may be a sprinkle in fredericksburg and we worked our way into a frontal boundary and it is still warm with temperatures in the low 80's again as we going to the afternoon and a couple of
stronger side. make sure you go throughout tuesday and we will run through tuesday and there will be sun and rain developing for us. and it is apotty stronger thunderstorm for tuesday with it being not quite we willthis morning and get to recess and it will be 82 on the way home. on your seven-day forecast, we bump up a few more degrees and we are working our way into the eks and
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we did a good job. >> what do you say about getting the job done today? roll have not had a big the season. when we have had ups and downs, we have responded well and i think we will continue this play. >> i asked justin williams about worry about a postseason disappointment and he said that ver, anders never wa add that it is playoff hockey and never easy. the pittsburgh penguins up next in the eastern conference semifinals. reporting at the wells fargo center, scott abraham. finisheseball, a team the series against the twins.
came to work. it is way out of here. ninth on the season and he is really good. right now, they are still playing and the game is tied at four. it is happening tonight. scott abrahams is in philadelphia and will join us at 11:00. anchor: will he be on the show question mark >> he is driving -- on the show? >> he is driving
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bruce springsteen had a tribute to prince, opening with "purple rain." and, tonight, the bells at city hall. bathes theta wild arena in purple. >> really cool. so good. weatherperson: we head into monday and we are back into the 80's and everybody is getting back to work and school and we are watching for a chance of rain moving in on tuesday and thursday. they are the most likely days. today is the one to watch with the stronger thunderstorm struck the afternoon. make sure you stick with stormwatch seven as we go into the end of the week and we are back into the 60's. right now, saturday looks like the better day. anchor: tha
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