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farther north in montgomery county, firefighters on the scene of another deadly fire in gaithersburg. overnight, we learned crews found the body of a man in the basement of a home. good morning, everyone, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. it's been a busy morning in the newsroom. we're working on the latest on the two fires, as well as a developing story of a car wedged under a semi. and those closures thanks to a nuclear security summit coming to town. and we're not just talking streets. but first storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. >> there you have it, coming up at 6:01 on a wednesday morning. clear skies over washington. the george washington bridge. inbound, melissa will have the delays in a second. what to expect today? well, if you haven't been outside today, get ready it's a bracing chill. plenty of sunshine. a nice day coming nowhere near as windy as the last few days so
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in the right direction. 32 in chantilly. 32 in warrington. and royal this morning, 27 in charlestown, west virginia. the next 24 hours, cool and dry. cold this morning, in the 30s. 60 in the afternoon and a much milder start tomorrow. we'll be in 70s tomorrow afternoon. more on that and how long the warm weather sticks around. >> top of the beltway right now, chopper 4 over the outer loop right here. outer loop at 95 joins there. you can see the typical slowdowns here this morning. 95 north at prince william parkway, we just got off the phone with police about this one. seems like the vehicles with that crash are off to the right side of the roadway. so not blocking any lanes. still seeing volume through the area. orange, blue and silver lines back to normal service. we had that earlier issue at roslyn that is out of the way. westbound toll road at 7 have that crash there as well. travel time for you in a few minutes.
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6:01, one person is dead after this fire in gaithersburg, take a look at the scene here, you can see the flames pouring out of that home on windjammer way. several families now to have to find a place to live because. fire. news4 kristin wright is live there. >> reporter: neighbors here waking up to the news that a man's body was found in the basement in the debris, after firefighters had initial hi thought that everyone was out of the townhouse. take a look behind me, let me show you what's going on now. you can't see but there are investigators walking around, taking a look inside. you can see what's left of the townhouse in the middle. fire tore through here. several people were displaced. and the man's body was found in the debris after midnight. we want to show you what it looked like above. windjammer
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firefighters say the flames were set by gas and that made it harder to fight. a smoke alarm alerted the upstairs residents and firefighters were able to rescue two neighbors but it's after they got that fire under control, that firefighters found the man's body in the basement. we're working to find out who that person is. initially, firefighters thought that everyone was out. everyone was accounted for. and then word came after midnight that a man's body was found in the debris in the basement. again, investigators right now trying to figure out exactly what started this fire. back to you. angie goff here with more breaking news. this out of northwest d.c., where another man died in a house fire there. this is on the 4400 block of sedgwick street. you can see here that fire crews on the scene of this deadly fire. as far as the damage is concerned, we know that the second floor -- that the flames, r
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floor. you can see right here. and also shot through the roof, starting rather quickly. we're still trying to get more information on exactly what caused it. for now, that's the latest from the live desk. a serious crash, take a look at the video here. a tractor trailer and a car collided in anne arundel county overnight. and the car was crushed. one person was taken to the hospital. but we don't know how seriously that person was hurt. it happened at the intersection of route 3 and 424 in clockton. the intersection was closed for a while. we'll tell you more about what we find out about the person hurt in the crash. we've told you about the major track changes in the district today. more people will have to face that reality. tall security barriers already in place around the washington convention center for the nuclear security summit. dozens of world leaders start
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arriving today. the summit begins tomorrow. they'll talk about how to manage nuclear threats worldwide. >> if you use metro, bike or car, you should expect to feel an impact. melissa mollet is here to tell us the best way you can get around. this is going to be a tough commute. >> it is going to be a tough commute. the best thing to do is just avoid the area around the convention center starting tonight. avoid streets around the convention center from 7:00 until noon on saturday. when we say avoid the streets around the convention center the main ones at 7th, 9th and m street as well. kind of picture something staggering out. you want to avoid that area. everything should be clear by saturday night. five minutes after the hour. today, patients at medstar hospitals are hoping they'll be able to see their doctors. as we understand it, several treatments were cancelled because the hospital's computer systems were still being
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discovered on monday. medstar says it doesn't appear any personal information was stolen. we're working to learn what caused a huge power outage in loudoun county. the problem has since been resolve but when we first reported the outage 23,000 customers did not have power. virginia power has nod said what caused the outage. a live look at the washington monument this morning. we're working to find out when it will reopen after its latest elevator malfunction. the elevator got stuck 28 stories roughly. 19 people that that elevator at the time, they were able to get out. 23 people were on the observation deck, they had to walk down about 900 steps. this is the ninth time in less than a year it's caused the elevator to close. starting today, some of you are able to send a text to alert
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police and firefighters in an emergency. now you can text 911 for help if you aren't able to call on your phone. fairfax county also has done this. they started their text last year. because my dad was unconscious and he won't wake up. >> speaking of 911, an area 7-year-old being called a hero for calling for help for her dad. the incredible story of how she saved him and how she's being honored today. taking a live look outside. we are off to a calm start. don't put that umbrella away just yet. plus, we're monitoring the intuation
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latest on the investigation of the terror attacks in brussels. belgian investigators still looking for at least one suspect in the attack that happened a week ago. authorities are also lowering the death toll. officials had previously said that 35 people had been killed, not including the three suicide bombers they're now saying that number is actually 32. 44 people are still in the hospital recovering from their injuries. it is 6:11, time for weather and traffic on the 1s. burr, chuck bell. what's going on? >> that's right. a heater morning. 32 in college park, 34 in bowie, 36 in westin town center. and 32 in new england, virginia as well. a cold ride in this morning for work or school. temperatures mostly in the 30s but plenty of sunshine in the afternoon, open sunroof temperature. 60 degrees. travel delays on the east coast, delays possible for air travelers,
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milwaukee, as well. melissa mollet with traffic. looks like trouble on the outerloop. >> trouble on the outerloop of the beltway. you can see we've got a bit of a slowdown approaching new hampshire. a bit of a crash there. westbound toll road under 7, chopper 4 headed there in a minute we'll have that picture. 270 south, typical slowdowns, top of the beltway, 95 over to 270 looking pretty good. and no major issues right now as far as travel times on 66. remember to list ton our friends on wtop 105 fm when you hop in the car. he said/she said, why donald trump is defending his manager even though she has charged battery. and school leaders voted
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the egyptair hijacker in court this morning. what the judge just ordered him to do after wall street. the nra. they're powerful. they usually get their way. but not with democrat donna edwards.
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and when washington insiders wrote a loophole to let the nra spend dark money to kill gun safety laws, donna edwards said 'no' she's fighting to ban assault weapons and putting the safety of our communities first. because to democrat donna edwards, the special interests aren't special. we are. women vote! is responsible for the content of this advertising. but jamie raskin is the only democrat for congress who's authored landmark progressive laws -- marriage equality, equal pay for women,
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>> announcer: you're watching "news4 today." all those in favor of plan 8000 to amend the suit, raise your hand? >> students and parents in loudoun county are relieved after the school board voted down a controversial redistricting plan. the final vote for the proposal known as plan 12 came after two hours of emotional testimony in ashburn. parents were concerned that the moving of 1900 students into two segregated schools would have segregated latinos and other students. >> i support 12 because of the proximate neighborhood schools community and stability. >> county board members say with the rapid growth of loudoun
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county, the changing of school boundary lines will come up again. chuck todd of nbc "meet the press" will moderate a town hall. later in the day, chris matthews will moderate a debate with donald trump in green bay, wisconsin. and the front-runner trump says he can't promise to support whoever becomes the republican nominee. last year, all candidates including trump signed a pledge of support for whoever the gop chooses as the nominee. trump says he cannot honor the pledge because he's been treated unfairly by the rnc during this campaign. donald trump is standing by his campaign manager after he was charged with simple battery. police in jupiter, florida, charged corey lewandowski after showing a video graping michele fields after a press conference. before the video came to light, lewandowski denied toug
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her. the trump campaign said he did not do anything wrong. >> she was running up and grabbing and asking questions and she wasn't supposed to be doing that. and i think you should -- i tell him, you should never settle this case. you should go all the way. i think it really hurt a very good person. >> trump says he's upset that florida police did not interview him before he arrested lewandowski. lewandowski's first court appearance is scheduled for may. a fight is brewing over how you choose the people who make the rules. maryland could be moving to an independent commission that will redraw district lines. that's what governor larry hogan is fishing for. however one says there are several league problems with his plan. the governor says the panel will get rid of gerrymandering when a political party draws a line as a way to keep their own candidates in place. today, the fate of yet another lawsuit against bill cosby is in the hands of a
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hoff accused the comedian of forcing her to commit a sex act on him when he was 15 years old. she sued cosby in 2015 claiming the abuse happened in a bedroom in 1994. cosby's lawyers want the case put on hold until the case in pennsylvania is resolved. at the university of virginia, a former swim team member accused five upper classmen of embarrassing hazing ritu rituals. anthony marcantonio said he was ostracized with that. a monitoring situation the with the egyptair hijacker, you're looking at video of him earlier going through security. he didn't say anything. on the way out he did give reporters a peace sign as he left the building. now, the judge
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ordered seif eldin mustafa to be detained for eight days. this is a request by police. this is the man that forced the plane to land in cyprus and took 72 people and crew members hostage. mu mustafa said he did it because he wanted to see his estranged wife and children. the emotional video coming into the newsroom, i'll share that with in a couple minutes. it is 6:20, news4 for your health. a first of a kind study shows women under 40 who have endometriosis are three times as likely to have a heart attack or other heart problems. researchers think the same information affecting that could also affect the heart. together, a brave 7-year-old is go
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making a 911 call to save her father's life. she just sprang into action. earlier this month, she found her father unconscious on the floor of their silver springs apartment. she remembered what her mother told her to do in an emergency. >> how old are you, honey? >> i'm 7 years old. >> is your mommy or daddy there? >> my dad is on the floor and he's on the ground sleeping. >> okay. is there anybody else there with you? >> no. >> thank you so much for saving my life. >> today, she's going to meet with the 911 operator who helped her and took a tour of the montgomery county fire rescue and communications area. you can hear the full call that jenna made on the app just search 911. she was 3 years old when her mother taught her that. >> it's important to have that conversation with your children. you never know when there's an emergency.
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6:21, time for weather and traffic on the 1s. >> chuck bell is in the storm team 4 weather center. where's your coat? >> i'm tough, aaron. i didn't need mine. my car was in the garage, antd t wasn't all that cold. temperatures compared to yesterday, we're 15 to 20 degrees colder this morning. than we were yesterday morning. so a noticeable change. most areas now back down into the 30s. even some spots below freezing across parts of loudoun, fairfax, prince williams county, over north maryland. skies now, fair weather clouds out there. sunrise, 33 minutes before 7:00 a.m., planning your day out, a cold start to the morning. most of the neighborhoods are in the 30s. upper 50s and low 60s today. 100% sunshine today. nothing to worry about. no chance for rain today. only a slight little chance
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temperatures enjoy the little warming trend that's coming our way today, tomorrow and friday. it won't last long, by sunday and monday, high temperatures will be back down, high temperatures in low to mid-50s. starting out next week, 10 to 15 degrees colder than average. tomorrow, that's the day that things start to change for us. a cool but not cold start. noticeably warmer than today. and temperatures in the 70s for sure. and chances for rain coming in after dark tomorrow. here's future weather, 11:00 p.m. tomorrow, that's when the rain will start to become more and more likely. rain likely late thursday night into friday. and another chance for a shower coming friday afternoon. so friday is our best chance for rain. only a slight chance tomorrow. mainly late in the day. as we head into the weekend. saturday and sunday both cold, northwest winds are back. chances for rain next tuesday. that may be cold enough to come with wet snowflakes
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into the mountains of west virginia. we may be moving in but won't feel like that anytime soon. >> trouble on the toll roads. at 7:00, you can see we do have two lanes blocked there. and two right lanes getting by. that crash here this morning that is definitely slowing things down. new hampshire avenue, outer loop, not seeing it on camera. we spoke to police and believe it could be there blocking several lanes. 95 north at prince william parkway. we're slowing down because of an earlier crash that is on the shoulder. no real worries but we do have volume delays. and stonecroft, do have that. and duke street and early street, water main break. westbound lane is open there in alexandria. i'll be back in ten minutes. weather on the 1s. and new video to show you, these are passengers trapped on that egyptair
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to have a bomb. the man was lying abouthaving a bomb. he was arrested. the fbi turned to a company in israel for help hack an iphone. the agency no longer needs help from apple and has dropped its legal action against the tech giants. four months after the san bernardino terror attack investigators have access to the cell phone of gunman sayid faroom. tech experts say that the fbi has shown there is a way of getting into an iphone. and that may now make people feel insecure. it doesn't matter how much you spend on a car the price tag is no guarantee for good headlights. consumer reporter susan hogan has details. for the first time ever, the insurance institute for highway safety tested
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headlights of more than two dozen 2016 midsize cars. now the independent testing group evaluated the headlights after dark. and out of 31 cars, only one was rated good and that was the toyota prius v. all. rest didn't do as well. the institute measured lights on both low and high beams while cars traveled straight and on various curves. the prius v scored best with l.e.d. lights and assists. those headlights, though, are only available to consumers who purchase the advanced technology package. don't think the more you spend gets you better lights. the same tests came back with a poor rating for the bmw. many of the headlights belonged to luxury vehicles. and the institute said half of the traffic deaths occur in the dark and improved headlights have the potential to substantially reduce the fate
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fatalities. susan hogan, news4. >> news4 asked bmw about how the headlights ranked and said, it's disappointed with the results of the iihs headlight test of a bwm systems. it called itself an industry leader for headlights technology innovation. and says it has a system pioneered night system to detect animals and pedestrians beyond the range of others. there's another panda cub getting a lot of attention these days, apparently. a giant panda cub in south upstate -- >> oh, my goodness -- >> huh-uh, huh-uh -- >> yes! >> the cub asks for kisses and back rubs, apparently. the foster dad, if you will, even posed
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cub. you are asking for it -- the cub is asking for kisses. >> he wins. how cute is that? >> he's testing the water. he's like, man, let me get a taste. i'm going to eat you later. >> why don't you go to the zoo and do a selfie with bei bei? >> give it a try. 6:28 right now. if you think it's cold out there this morning, take a look at the current temperatures. a lot of you waking up to 30s and 40s. some will see the 20s. that's not right. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell said the cold pattern is going to be here. also ahead this morning, at the bottom of the hour, he was gunned down in front of his mother and little sisters. now friends and family plan to honor his life. now they're remembering 15-year-old devonte washington today. and we have breaking news after two deadly
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fires. what we're learning from the ouene in montgomery cnty as time magazine called chris van hollen "a hero to environmentalists, education groups, and gun control advocates" for his accomplishments as a young legislator. now a respected leader in congress and key ally of president obama, protecting planned parenthood and social security... chris van hollen is the only candidate who fought the wall street banks and the nra...and won. that's why he's endorsed by the post as the "talented successor" to senator mikulski who will "deliver results."
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a fire gas made it hard to put the fire out. a man in his 50s was found dead after a fire there. here's a live look at the scene this morning. flames erupted in the 3800 block of 35th street after 2:00. >> we have both scenes, and we'll bring you updates as soon as we can. let's turn to meteorologist chuck bell and 4 things to know about the weather. >> good morning, everybody. hump day is here. finally halfway through the week. it's a cold march
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most neighborhoods are in the 30s. on the upside, it's going to be a beautiful day today. sunshine, start to finish. next rain chance is still coming in tomorrow but it looks like it's heading later and later into the day. most of the daytime plans should be dry. even though there's a warming trend as we finish out the week, don't get used to it. seven-day forecast at 6:51 with the details and the cooldown. nothing to worry about, sunshine temperatures just about average for march. >> sounds like a good day to be outside this afternoon. chopper 4 at toll road, getting by there. southbound bw parkway, a crash causing slowdowns there. outer loop at new hampshire top of the beltway there causing a slowdown coming off of 95, as you're headed southbound. blue line
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center. there will be a vigil for a 15-year-old boy killed, dovonte washington vigil is at that station. the shooting happened while washington, his mother and two sisters were wait for the train on saturday. court documents allege that bellamy asked why washington was looking at him. washington said what? and bellamy shot him twice in the chest. >> i couldn't believe that it was a kid. just looking -- around the same age as my grandson. i just couldn't believe it. >> now, the murder was captured on camera by metro's security cameras. police compared the pictures of the gunman to a database of juvenile offenders and that is what led them to bellamy. one man is dead and five people are recovering after a huge storage rack collapsed inside a warehouse in manassas. this
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warehouse inside a refrigerator. county police said two of the people were critically injured. homicide investigators and osha are looking into why the rack collapsed. also in manassas, a body in a retention pond. the body was found in the water off the williamson boulevard in manassas. a surprise guilty plea in a 15-year-old murder case. "washington post" is reporting that justin wolfe now admits that he did it. he helped to plan the 2001 of a drug dealer. in 2011, prosecutors withheld evidence in the case and the judge overturned the original conviction. wolfe remained in trial awaiting a new trial until this guilty plea. private ambulances in the district this week were supposed to speed up response times and we're learning they're actually slowing things down.
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news4 mark segraves or stained information that the computers are not communicating. that have to record a patient's vital signs on paper delaying any trips to the hospital. amr cannot be used for life-threatening calls under any circumstances. news4 learned a cardiac arrest call had to wait 20 minutes for a d.c. ambulance even though a private ambulance was nearby. and now new developments in the lgbt law. the governor of north carolina is calling the law a national embarrassment and said he will not defend it in court. it also requires bathrooms to be designated for men or women only. leaders in atlanta and new york city have also criticized that law. can you wait for baseball? we certainly can't. t r
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week for the nationals and we have a special case of the ballpark for you. this was during an inside the park tour yesterday. they talked about making the ballpark more family friendly and more safe as well. >> obviously, there are things that i can't talk about that we're implementing this season. i will tell you that we are having canine teams at every ball game this year. >> the nats said they were actually not allowed to talk about all of the security changes because some won't be scene. the regular season starts this sunday. and opening day next thursday. >> hoping the weather turns with and we can get outside and enjoy baseball. a lot of kids on spring break this week. if yours are on the way to the bus stop this morning, they might want more than just a spring jacket. meteorologist chuck bell back with the forecast. nd
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new details in the flint water crisis. a city official says he wanted to treat the city's drinking water with anti-correspond rosive chemicals after the city started to draw water from the flint river but was told it couldn't happen because of the city required. . people living in flint still told not to drink unfiltered water. master deputy used his draining on overdose reversal drugs to save a woman's life over the weekend. the six-year veteran is being called a hero after preventing an overdose. this is the first time a sheriff's deputy has
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administered the drug in the field. 6:41, your time behind us, you can see the sun's starting to come up. >> isn't that beautiful? >> beautiful picture. especially with the potomac in the foreground there. >> all we've done is complain about the weather, but it sure looks good. temperatures have been in free fall mode. a spike of color here. sun is up at 6:55 in the morning. 32, cold in leesburg. 39 in gaithersburg. 32 downtown. you will need a jacket first thing this morning. jeans and sunglasses coming our way today. outdoor recess gets an "a" today, 30s now, 60s later. for now roads, trouble, melissa mollet, where are the hot spots? >> outer loop at new hampshire we're sending the chopper there. see ift
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way. southbound bw parkway, a broken down car causing delays. and 270 to the spur a little slow. 66, inbound north looking normal. remember to listen to our friends at wtop 105 fm when you hop in the car. we have breaking news overnight where firefighters in the district and montgomery county discovered the bodies of two men in two separate fires. a live update and both investigations under way this morning. and they are the closures you are going to want to know about before you leave the house. melissa mollet helping you navigate the nuclear security summit.
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wall street. the nra. they're powerful. they usually get their way. but not with democrat donna edwards. she won't take cash from wall street banks. and when washington insiders wrote a loophole to let the nra spend dark money to kill gun safety laws, donna edwards said 'no' she's fighting to ban assault weapons and putting the safety of our communities first. because to democrat donna edwards, the special interests aren't special. we are. women vote! is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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we have breaking news this morning. one person is dead after a house fire in gaithersburg, you can see the flames pouring out of that townhome on windjammer way. several families also have to find a place to live because of the fire. news4's kristin wright is live in gaithersburg with more on the investigation. kristin. >> reporter: yeah, we just talked with montgomery county fire rescue, and they gave us a few more details about what happened. right now, they're looking at several potential causes of the fire and gaves more details. take a look here. two people living upstairs and people living
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the people upstairs were alerted by their smoke alarms that there was a fire going on. they called 911. they weren't exactly sure who was home downstairs. they thought the person living down there wasn't home. now, they are and people waking up to the news that this was a fatal fire. firefighters found the man's body in the basement. investigators are trying to figure out what started the fire. firefighters said the fire was possibly set by gas in some way. and that made it harder to fight. it was a big one, a lot of flames. the man, again, found in the debris, just after midnight. so far, investigators have not identified him quite yet. they're working on all of those details right now. aaron, like i said, they're also looking to figure out exactly what started the fire. they're looking at a few different potential causes. they have no reason at this point to think anything suspicious
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more breaking news this morning. one person died this morning in the 3800 block of northwest d.c. a fire official said the person that died in the fire was a man. he was the only person at home when the fire started. you can see the fire started on the second floor and on to the roof. we're working to find out how the fire started. >> right now, we're working to find out what happened to a person hurt in a serious crash. take a look at the video here. a tractor trailer and the car collided in anne arundel county overnight. the car was crushed. at the intersection of 3 and one person was taken to the hospital. major traffic changes on the way and many people will have to face a harsh reality. >> yeah, tall security barriers around the washington convention center for the nuclear
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dozens start a arriving today. if you use metro, ride a bike or take the car, you should feel the impact from this. melissa mollet is here to tell us the best way to get around. good morning. here's what i can tell you about this, you want to avoid any roads near the convention center from tonight at 7:00 p.m. until noon at saturday. when i say convention center, 7th street, 9th street, m street and the offshoots there. we also have closures going into effect tomorrow. tomorrow, we'll talk about those. again, tonight, we're talking about a lot of road closures starting 7:00 p.m. and going to sunday. patients at medstar hospitals are hoping they'll be able to see their doctors several treatments were cancelled because the hospital's computer systems were still being repaired after an attack discovered on
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it's affected i.t. systems and patient records including georgetown and washington medical center. medstar says it does not appear that any personal information was stolen. should women pay an extra tax just for being a woman? a group of cleveland area women are fighting back against a tax on tampons and pads. they are suing because they say the tax is zrdiscriminatory. >> i think it's an understanding that their necessary products and i think as such they should not be taxed. >> the lawsuit says the state collects about $11 million each year from the feminine hygiene products. in the washington monument, the elevator got stuck about 280 feet up. 19 people were in the
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they were able to get out. 23 people were on the observation deck, 500 feet up. they were able to walk down about 900 steps, though. this is the ninth time in less than a year that elevator issues have caused that moundment mon monument to close. >> there is definitely a late march chill in the air. on the whole, the weather is not going to interrupt any of your plans, morning, noon, night or even tomorrow. all looking just fine. tomorrow, noticeably milder. rain chances move in after dark tomorrow and then into the day on friday but that the where most of our rain chances are stacked up on friday now, over the next couple of days. so, mostly, not going to have to worry. flying today, going south to south florida, maybe a couple showers there. biggest weather problems for travelers, uppermi
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or minneapolis. all of that staying far, far away from the eastern seaboard. high and dry. clear skies out there. here's the proof in the picture. waiting on sunrise from the camera shot. temperatures are in the 30s. full sunshine, we'll put temperatures back into the up other 50s to low 60s. clear skies overnight. no rain threat to at least the first half to three quarters of the day tomorrow. notice here's future weather starting at 5:00 tomorrow. that's when the rain chances start to sneak into the shenandoah valley. here's 11:00 tomorrow. scattered showers across much of virginia. the bulk of the rain here's now 4:00 a.m. on friday morning. that's when the heaviest of rain is going to be along the i-95 corridor in the early morning hours of friday morning. should get a break in the action but another chance of rain friday afternoon. that should be out for the early start of your weekend. ma
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saturday morning. but saturday looks to be dry. 60s today. 70s tomorrow, mainly dry. 70s again on friday with hit and miss hours with a rumble or would of thunder as well. as we get into the weekend, blustery conditions return and drive much colder air our way. sunday and monday, 10 to 15 degrees colder than average. we may actually have a wet snowflake or two up in the mountains. >> outer loop of the beltway, near new hampshire we have this disabled vehicle that chopper 4 is showing us right now and another one ahead of this causing about a three-mile backup at this point. extra slow, top of the beltway, because of those two stalled cars. southbound, bw parkway, a crash in the right lane. that popped up and seeing volume there pretty quickly. eastbound duke street alexandria shut down, that is a situation, construction situation, happening there with a water main break. southbound bw
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broken down car in the left lane making things a bit slow. 270 at montrose looking pretty good headed to the spur. eun. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc headquarters. gas prices are at their high this year. aaa shows the average high for regular is $2.04 a gallon. for 22 straight days and up for the month. it's demand for fuel and seasonal drop in lrefinery production. and 3300 people are without power. virginia dominion power had previously said they resolved the problem. when we first reported the outage, 23,000 customers were without power. a new way to get help in an emergency. pr g
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starts today. the county overhauled its emergency response system. you can now texts 911 to police and firefighters especially if you're unable to call on the phone. fairfax started their text to 911 last year. it is 6:55. 4 things to know before you head out the door this morning. get are the, our area definitely around the washington convention center is going to be shut down tonight. the nuclear security summit begins tomorrow. and patients are hoping to see doctors, several treatments were cancelled because the computer system was being repaired after a virus attack. and a deadly fire in gaithersburg. a man died in a fire in northwest d.c. we're working to find out how that fire started. and a check outside from tower cam. in
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sun's up, everybody. doesn't go down until 7:30 tonight. you got 12 hours and 35 minutes of sunshine to enjoy. it's a cold start. plan on using the heaters on the way out. 62 for a high today, that's average for this time of year. tomorrow, back into the 70s for a couple days. join it because it won't last. the weekend will be breezy and turning chilly once again. >> i haven't turned my seat heaters off yet. chopper 4 over the top of the beltway. outer loop as you're looking around new hampshire avenue. you can see we have that disabled vehicle still hanging around there this morning. and that one -- we had another one with it. the other one is now out of the way for us. but it is still causing pretty big backups there top of the beltway. southbound gw park away after 123, that crash in the right lane slowing things quite a bi
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and duke street, shut down in alexandria, a water main break in southbound bw parkway getting better, a broken down car in the left lane. i have more things to say but, that's a beautiful sunrise. how about that to leave you with. >> 6:55. right on time. >> how am i doing? >> oh, come on. thanks for joininging us this morning, everybody. >> the "today" show is next. see you in 25 minutes. they say character is what you do when no one is watching. david trone banned the box so people who've paid their debt to society could have a chance. and fought so hard for criminal justice reform,
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was his way out david offered it free to employees. and over 14 years ago began offering them partner benefits. evening the playing field has always been david's mission. in congress it'll be his job. it's not how you run, it's how you live. i'm david trone and i approve this message.
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good morning. irreconcilable differences. all three republican presidential candidates back off their pledges to support their party's eventual nominee. >> do you continue to pledge whoever the republican nominee is? >> i don't anymore. >> i'm not in the habit of supporting someone who attacks my wife and attacks my family. >> if the nominee is somebody i think is really hurting and dividing the country, i can't stand behind them. >> while the front runner defends his campaign manager, now charged with battery over this incident with a reporter, this morning, donald trump will join us live. what was he thinking? a passenger on board the egypt air flight snaps a photo with the hijacker. how he's explaining his actions this morning. new questio


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