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subscribe to like a drop box or for photos something like google photo. >> i have drop box and it's full, too. make sure you back up your important files just in case. >> 95 apps is this how do you use all those? >> you don't. that's the point. you don't have enough time in the day to use 95 apps. stay with us. "news 4 today" continues right now frps. guess what time it is. >> you said it like it was something else. >> 5:00 a.m. good morning, every. i'm aaron gilchrist. in it's friday, i'm eun yang and we want to check in with our chuck bell because i'm a happy camper this morning. >> let's. let's get busy. just need the balloon pants. ou
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temperatures in the upper 60s. are you kidding me? we're above our average high temperature and the sun is not even up yet. the next 24 hours will be a lot milder than average for sure. cloud gi skies, temperatures in the upper 60s by 7:00 a.m. upper 70s to near 80 degrees today. p take the umbrella with you. we have a couple chances for rain mid to late morning and again mid to late afternoon. by the time you get to your saturday morning, we'll start off with clouds and rain chances. we'll time it out coming up. he was just asked to do the hammer dance, which is the worst idea ever. 66 east at fairfax drive, that crash has moved out of the way. beltway inner loop and outer loop, again, looking quite good. nice and green. in hollywood, three notch road at exploration drive, lanes blocked because of a car into a building. 270 at montrose, no worries there. see you back here at
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but i don't think i'll do it this morning. it was another violence neat of storms in the south. look at this video. a fun he will clonel cloud in m. and significant damage in alabama after reports of a tornado. take dealing wi today dealing with downed trees and power lines. but no reports of injuries. back to you. a chance for a shower coming up. we're tracking thunderstorms down near roanoke. the rate they're going, only about five hours or so from getting in to the fredericksburg
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so that puts them in there about 9:00 and 10:00. so take your umbrella with you. rain chances are going up this morning and there is another chance for a couple showers coming our way later on this afternoon. and the shower chance lingers into the front part of your saturday. we'll detail it coming up. back here at the live can desk, news that north korea has fired another short range missile. this morning south korea yap officiian officials reporting the new. they say north korea jammed the gps systems of 70 boat which is forced them back to shore. the president spoke yesterday about the need, to quote, vigilantly enforce the strong u.n. security measures on the north after its latest nuclear test. back to you. >> it's 5:03 now. north korea is top of mind as we enter day dayton two of the nuclear security summit. this morning president obama meets with world leaders on the iran nuclear deal. expect tight security around the
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the president will address the public around 6:00 tonight. and here is a look at some of the closures you'll run this to today because of the summit. you can see parts of new york avenue, mass avenue blocked all the way up to o street and over to 6th. we suggest you avoid that area all together. if you missed that map, megan mcgrath will walk you through it again at 5:15. plus we've posted all the streets you'll want it stay away from on the nbc washington app, just search "nuclear summit." we're following a developing story this morning. a training exercise turns deadly for a virginia state trooper in richmond. trooper chad dermyer was shot and killed at the greyhound bus station. the team was training on how to intercept drugs when a trooper introduced himself to a man inside the terminal. >> all of a sudden he pulls out a handgun and shot chad multiple times. >> the gunman continued shooting after opening fire on the trooper. two other people were hit. the suspect
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by police and taken to the hospital where he died. today leaders from across the country will converge on atlanta to talk about the zika virus. centers to disease control is hosting a summit. federal health officials now say the mosquito whiches can transmit the virus may live in a broader area of the u.s. than once thought. but the cdc says it doesn't mean the mosquitos will traps mitt the virus linked to causing birth defects. happening take, say good-bye to the potholes in the district. d.c.'s annual potholepalooza campaign will kick off this morning. molette green is live in washington with more on what the city is doing to fix all the pesky potholes. molette, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're on columbia road here in northwest. take a look, we didn't have to go far to find the bumpy road. all up and down columbia road. and the city says it's pledge to go make repairs within 72 hours. ddot says it's actually
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job done. we're going to learn more about that later this morning when they actually launch the potholepalooza campaign. especially if you're a driver, if you have a car, you know these craters can cost you on average about $300 a year to fix your car. we want to hear your pothole story. we've been doing this sense all the campaigns have begun. on so tweet us @4potholefix. we want to toe wheknow where th potholes are and hear your story. back to you. good news, it's warm out there. >> the bad, the rain is coming. and i'm going to close my eyes for the weekend forecast he
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narrator: all that political mail mlet's simplify.lming. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader at marriott, she has a broad and deep facility with policy. emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model, to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
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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." i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. i'm chris van hollen, stronger is blasting without risking her bones. it's training her good cells... to fight the bad guys. stronger is less pain... new hope... more fight.
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this morning a mother is relieved because her baby has been found safe. the baby was abducted of a sister ter the mother told a woman she could hold him in the king of prussia mall. the woman is in custody. a stabbing suspect is on the run. he stabbed someone at the addison road metro station yesterday. the victim is recovering from serious injuries. police say this man, daniel brown, is the suspect. they say he was handing out xres newspapers yesterday morning when he started arguing with another man. he stabbed him and ran away. chuck bell is felli intelli about a lovely start to our friday. i don't know how it will end. >> it will end with some rain chances. not a washout, but you will want the umbrella. already light rain moving up towards winchester. one or two sprinkles away the ro
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there are thunderstorms down near roanoke. not severe, but rumbles of thunder for sure. higher chances for thunder today from the washington metro area to points south. so southern hear land, fredericksburg, northern neck, all have a better chance for hearing thunder today. but everybody should take their umbrella. temperatures in the upper 60s this morning. we'll be upper 70s to near 80 later on this afternoon. what about your tomorrow? well, it will start out with clouds and risk for showers. nowhere near as warm tomorrow. but wait until you see how cold and windy sunday will be. it is traffic time. trouble in southern maryland. hollywood, three notch road at exploration, all lanes blocked because of a car into a building. 66 east at fairfax, that crash has cleared. beltway at st. barnabas, everything rolling along just fine. and taking a look up top of beltway, 29, route 1, bw parkway, 95, everything looking good. i'll see you back here at
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>> reporter: it's day two of the nuclear security summit which means more road closures like the one you see behind me. i'm megan mcgrath. a live report coming up. and new details about a controversial rape case at
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now at 5:15, international leaders are gearing up for the second day of the nuclear security summit. talks on the iran deal are on theed agenda. megan mcgrath is live with more on how it could affect you. >> reporter: we're certainly going to see a traffic impact again. it's day two of the summit. if you look behind me, you see one of the many checkpoints all around the convention center are. this is 11th and k-street. you can see the police officers blocking traffic here. if you go down the block, there is another police officer there. and then there is
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checkpoint even beyond that. so security once again very, very tight which means it will be difficult to move away in the area of the convention center. also the mount vernon metro station, it is still closed. trains bypassing that station. world leaders are talking about a variety of issues including how to keep nuclear materials out of the hands of terrorists. expect traffic delays again this morning as well as in the evening rush hour before things get back to normal right around 8:00 tonight. there is also a demonstration happening this afternoon at mcpherson square. the global zero movement is calling for a world without nuclear weapons an they will have a huge inflatable nuke said to be four stories high at that event. so if you live or work in the area of mcpherson square, you expect to see that. that event scheduled to happen later on today right around noon. back to you all. we now know more about monday's incident at the capitol visitor's center tha
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map getting shot by police. authorities have filed new charges against larry dawson whom they say pulled out a bee bee gun that looked like a real gun. charging documents say officers shot dawson twice after he pointed the bee bee gun at them and refuse ordd to drop it. dawson is still in the hospital. two people dead after an officer-involved shooting in downtown baltimore. plainclothes officers opened fire on two men. this happened after police say they saw those men aichling guns at someone on the street. it is not known whether the suspects refused to drop the weapons before the officers started to shoot. silver spring family grateful for the officers who rescued a 72-year-old man who drove his car into a river. wong went missing after a doctor's appointment. the family filed a missing person's report. montgomery county police and other agencies used his cellphone to track him
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hartford county authorinorth of baltimore. he was out of the car, but suffering from hypothermia. >> my dad is lucky. he's a strong happen. >> wong is doing okay now. his people is finding ways not to have to drive himself anymore. new details this morning in accusations of rape at howard university. the student accused has been kicked out of school. the allegations stem from a resident adviser who says she was raped by another student and also a resident adviser back in february. protests and demonstrations broke out on campus because many students lt the allegations were not handled properly. howard sent out a statement late last night saying, quote, this week p an individual was permanently dismissed from the university secondary to serious violations of the university code of conduct. the investigation is still under way. we turn to decision 2016. we're learning more about the
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senator wash bra mikulski. democrats donna edwards and chris van hollen addressed voters last night. van hollen says voters should pick him because he would take on politicians like gop frontrunner donald trump. >> we need to work together to stand up to those who would divide us and work ever harder to bring us together. and that's what i've done my entire you been life. >> congresswoman edwards spoke about maryland's strengths, but also recognized the economic drug he will for many of its residents. you'll hear from her later on this morning. edwards represent fourth district. candidates hoping to replace her were also there at the forum. maryland's primary is april 26. we're days away from the wisconsin primary and candidates are spread out across the country. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are in this morning today while gop candidates will be in pennsylvania and then milwaukee tonight. edward
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little bit with more women's voters and their changing support ahead of tuesday's primary. it's not all about march madness because taoday is your chance to score tickets to see the capitals in the playoffs. individual tickets for the first three home games go on sale at 11:00 this morning. it will be a the least another week, though, before we know the dates or times for the playoff games or who the caps will play. we'll let you know as soon as that is announced. you can buy tickets on the caps websi website, at the remember verizon senator. and wear your reds for the nats, too. they take on the twins tonight and tomorrow. and next week the big regular season opener, next thursday afternoon against the marlins. can't wait for baseball season. i'll be there thursday to talk about all the
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what you can expect. >> looking forward to it. still have to get through winter, hoe. or the return of it, i guess. >> although it doesn't feel like it right now. i guess we should get ready for what is to come. mr. boys of summer should be having their opening day today. but unfortunately by next thursday, it won't be near 80 degrees at all. in fact wednesday night into thursday morning, we might even have -- or tuesday night into wednesday morning, we could have a freeze especially in the western suburbs. that's mid parts of next week. for this morning, though, skies are cloudy over washington and it is really mild out there. cloudy, breezy and warm weather again today. south winds 15 to 25 miles per hour. showers are a likelihood, so take your umbrella with you. and there is the possibility of a rumble or two of hunger he d washington area southbound. planning out your day for today, humid with a few spot showers here early this morning. maybe a rumble or two of thunder late morning into the afternoon hours. most of the rain should be over by about
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so your friday night plans likely to be dry. cooler weather is on the way. we'll be near 80 today. back closer to average on saturday. but sunday is going to be down right chilly and super windy. high wind advisories are already being posted for saturday night into sunday as a blast of cold air comes our way. sunday will not be a good kite playing day because it would rip right off the end of the string. thunderstorm chance here this morning pointed in our direction, so between about 9:00 and 11:00 a.m., fredericksburg and southern maryland a chance for a rumble or two of thunder. here is another check of your forecast. 79 degrees today. and 80% you'll get rained on at least once taoday, maybe twice. showers first part of the day tomorrow, but then dry, windy and colder. tuesday, highs in the 40s and a freeze, a real possibility, on wednesday in
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>> it does. not loving that. 95 here at newington, live picture, you can see we're moving along quite nicely. had some earlier road work there on 95. but it is cleared out of the way. taking a look now at 270 from 70 down to the spur, going to take you 28 minutes. exactly as it should here this morning. so no worries there on 270. spur looking nice and green, as well. no concerns in that area. three notch road at exploration in hollywood, all lanes blocked because of that car into a building. still have a pretty good police response there. and green/yellow line, remember the mounts vernon square station shut down until tonight for security. the line is running, but you have to use shaw or gallery place stops instead. about 1100 people are without power in northeast neighborhoods. we just got off t p
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affected area is right around florida avenue, west virginia avenue, this morning avenue, 7th street and k-streets northeast. again, about 1100 people without power. no word yet on when this will be fixed. we'll bring to you here when it is restored. a nurse in italy is accused of killing 13 of her own patients. police say the victims were all treated in hospitals intensive care unit between 2014 and last year. investigators claim the nurse used nonprescribed drugs to cause the patients to hemorrhage and die. the victims were mainly elderly people. italian police have been monitoring the nurse's actions for several months. if in "news 4 your health," the centers for disease control has released its am autism report. the cdc says one in 68 school age children has the disorder. that's the same number from an estimate done back in
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whether autism prevalence is stabilizing here in the u.s. the information comes from a tracking system that looks at children affected in 11 communities, including maryland. we posted a link to the complete report in the nbc washington app. just search autism report. there is new hope for the million american women who have trouble conceiving after successful invitro fertilizat n fertilization, there can be tough choices for women and couples about what to do with unused embryos. now clinics are offering the option to donate them to other couples struggling to start a family. >> the ability to be pregnant, i've never seen two pink lines. people don't realize how valuable that is until you can't have it. >> health officials say the number of women donating embryos nearly doubled between 2009 and 2013. today you can check out the newly renovated national museum of the marine corps. it is really awesome. this is down in triangle, virginia. it rpe
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now the museum has new displays in the atrium area, including a newly restored world war ii dive bomber and vietnam era helicopter. montgomery county wants to join the district of columbia in a plan to raise the minimum wage. the "washington post" is reporting that the increase would happen by 2020. county counsel member mark he will rick has said that he expects to announce the legislation as early as next week.rick has said that he expects to announce the legislation as early as next week. it's a crime that shocked a maryland community, a little boy beaten to death for eating birthday cake and this morning we've learned his killer's punishment. it could throw a wrench in how you get around. what we're hearing from the agency's new leader. and if you're away from your tv, might want to take a look at radar here. chuck bell says we are at risk for a rumble of thunder today. when you can expct the raine i
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five construction officials being questioned after an overpass collapses in calcutta, india. we brought you this yesterday from the live desk. look at these pictures here. there was a number of individuals that were hurt in this. as a matter of fact, 23 people died, 8 0 were injured. this was an overpass that was under construction that just gave way. the latest information is that construction officials are now being investigated for alleged
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culpable homicide. back to you. good morning, everyone. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. it is 5:30 on this friday morning. p if you're about to step outside, it's warm already. >> chuck bell, will it be warm all day? >> it sure is. your prayers have been answered. it will be feeling like summertime. four things you need to know about the weather thing for today, there is a risk of a rumble or two of thunder. not the looking for severe weather though. near 80 again today. but colder air is coming. not too bad tomorrow, but sunday will be ferociously windy. and there is a chance for a freeze coming our way mid next week. on kryour way out this morning r a walk or jog, feeling a touch of summerlike humidity out there. temperatures are in the upper 60s. we'll be in the low to mid-70s by later this morning. with a risk for a shower or two. again, rain chances
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80%, so have the umbrella ready on go. 80 degrees on the first of april. >> i love that part of it. not in love with the umbrella situation. >> it could be worse. >> you're right. fw georgia avenue at colesville, brand new crash. taking a look at the beltway overall, no major problems. still looking like we're moving along just fine. three notch road at exploration drive, all lanes blocked because of that car into a building. beltway at braddock road, looking good. 270 looking nice and green, as well. travel times for you in ten minutes. 5:31. metro's new general manager says no decisions have been made about additional shutdowns of the system. paul wiedefeld issued a letter to riders yesterday. he says he's keeping his options open about the possibility of closing some lines for maintenance.
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letter because he has heard from many concerned customers. >> i don't have a car and i take metro every day. so it would be something that would be a problem for me. i would have to take uber, spend have a money. >> i understand that they have to do what they got do, but what do you to with the people. you'll lose millions of dollars. >> wiedefeld says if metro makes any changes, customers will be notified ahead of time. a new report warns of a serious security risk at federal buildings here in washington and across the country. monday's security threat at the capitol has heightened security concerns. the report done by the general services administration says there are too many different types of security badges issued to workers. that increases the chances of identity fraud, tampering and counterfeiting. federal workers agree things need to be done to keep them safe. >> whatever can be done to enhance security is something we support. >> gsa says it has already started a corrective step to
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office buildings across the country. man charged with beating his girlfriend's son to death over birthday cake will spend the next 30 years in prison. robert will so that pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, but he did not acknowledge causing head injury that caused 9-year-old jack garcia. investigators say wilson beat the little girl for taking birthday cake that belonged to wilson's daughter last july. garcia's mother and uncle face second-degree murder charges, as well. they are set to go to trial next month. new information in a death investigation under way in woodbridge. craig manning's body was found this powells creek wednesday. detectives say no foul play is suspected. the investigation is ongoing. it is now 5:33. today news 4 is getting a first happened look at a new homosque about to open in lanham. joe biden and president of turkey and other dignitaries are planning to be there. look for a sneak peek of the 16
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4 at 4:00. wheaton community center closes today, a first step in the construction of a new combined center for the rec center and wheaton public library scheduled to open in 2018. in the meantime, people are encouraged to use other centers in montgomery county. the close heest are silver spring and rockville. anyone hoping to go see the cherry blossoms or walk away the white house tomorrow may also have to deal with clouds of marijuana smoke. there is a has protest planned. demonstrators say they expect to be arrested. organizers of last year's successful ballot measure are behind will the protest. a lot of states have legalized marijuana use, but the laws are not uniform. this group wants president obama to change that before he leaves office. >> the laws need to change. we've had it. we're not messing around anymore. this approach is radical, but it will be peaceful. >> the demonstration is set for the plaza right across from the whitho
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the afternoon tomorrow. it's an area heavily patrolled by the secret service. a new honor for justice scalia. george mason university received an a anonymous donation of $20 million and will name the law school after him. scalia was 79 when he died. tomorrow is international pillow fight day. there is a huge pillow fight planned near the washington monument tomorrow. you're be looking at video from last year's event. there are a few rules. no down pillows apswind swing lightly they say. the fight starts at 3:00 in the afternoon. >> is that lightly? who decides? where is the scale? >> somebody's not falling gown, you're not doing it right. >> if there is blood -- >> line crossed for sure. don't forget to pack an u
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might not be raining on ha ingi wake to school, but the walk home may be a different story. and tesla bdebuted a brand new model and they say most people can actually afford this model. 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." i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. i'm chris van hollen, ♪ ♪
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this next story. tesla has unveiled what its model 3 will look like. this is the electric car people are already putting down cash for even though it doesn't come out until next year. the model 3 will cost $35,000. now compare that to some of tesla's other models which are who were twice as much, some in the $150,000 to $200,000 range. so i guess if you compare that $35,000, doesn't look like that much. but still -- >> have you been in one of those? >> i have not. >> my best friend has one of those. they're a lot fun. >> must be nice. but i have to feed my children. >> got to do that first. >> and chuck bell is in the "weather center" with something to say. you just looked like you had something. >> he always has something important to say. >> i'm going to suggest eun trailed her kids in for the car. >> see, he was right. >>
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almost humid feeling morning out there. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s now. take your umbrella with you school kids, recess gets a c. there will be a chance for showers. but highs today upper 70s to near 80. you'll need the umbrella for sure. coming home takoday, shorts and t-shirts. here is the rain moving in. it will be in here over the next three to four hours. >> i'm umbrella ready. georgia avenue at colesville road, still have that crash. we just got the off the phone with police, they say it involves two car, but they don't believe anything is blocked. this hollywood, three notch road at exploration drive, all lanes blocked because of that car into a building. 270 south germantown to the spur, you're okay. top of the 95 over to 270, fine. 66 fine. 95 northbound quantico to the beltway, 18 minutes also looking good. 63 miles per hour. remember to en
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fm for any problems on the roadways when you hop into your car this morning. new details after explosives were found on a school bus in loudoun county. who is responsible for leaving them and why they say the materials were harmless. the final preps you said s narrator: all that political mail might be overwhelming. let's simplify. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader at marriott, she has a broad and deep facility with policy. emily's list praises matthews as pro-choice and the post says on gun control, clean energy, education and health research kathleen matthews "has greater potential, following the van hollen model,
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glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message, because i'm on your side. happy friday. cloudy skies and feel being like summertime out there. raindrops in the southern shenandoah, those are coming northbound and there are thundershowers south of charlottesville. that is also coming our way. we'll time out the arrival coming up. brand new problem 66 on the right side of the road at 123, disabled vehicle slowing things down. georgia avenue at coles
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16 before the hour. it's that time of year again when we start seeing road closures -- rather road crews filling in the troublesome potholes. the district will kick off its annual campaign this morning. molette green live with more on what the city has planned to help us all out when we're driving on these bumpy roads. >> reporter: good morning. it's tough even if you're walking in the crosswalk. we're on columbia road, this is one of the bumpiest roads we'vet worry, relief is on the way. ddot and the city kickingoff potholepalooza this morning. and they say they're rolling out new technology pledge to go make repairs within 27 hours. and already the city says it's done a lot of work fixing
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than 11,000 potholes around. they need to get here because this could do a lot of damage. back to you. and if you see bad potholes out there, we want to see your photos, too. you can tweet us your pictures @4potholefix. and we have breaking news to tell you about. a pedestrian struck and killed in crofton, maryland. it happened around 4:00 this morning. the driver of the other vehicle was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. we're told it happened around route 3 near maryland 450 in crofton. again, one person struck and killed in crofton, maryland. back to you. it is 5:46. a panic decision is getting one young man in big trouble. fairfax county police say the 18-year-old called them wednesday claiming someone abducted the 3-year-old child he
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young man made up the an can du abduction story after he lost the toddler. the child's family found the child safe near tear home. the 18-year-old faces charges for filing a false police report. happening today, 400,000 chicago students will not be in the classroom as teachers launch a district wide strike trying to get lawmakers to provide more funding for education and other programs. protesters are planning to gadhafi during rush hour hour to disrupt traffic. there is a new police chief in ferguson, missouri. veteran practice police officer moss will now lead the troubled police department. p he is taking over more than a year and a half after the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager michael brown. since brown's death, the department continues to face major backlash following the prolonged protest there that parked the black lives matter movement. moss says he looks forward to working with the community and also hopes to diversify
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department. it is now 5:48. and back to our coverage of decision 2016. wisconsin voters weigh in on tuesday. polls show only 24% of wisconsin women now support the gop frontrunner. edward lawrence is live on capitol hill. donald trump may have a problem. >> reporter: donald trump is trying to get back his footing from the misstep that he had there. even governor john kasich is attacking donald trump which is something that the governor has not done. the other candidates sense an opening. donald trump is trying to back pedal from the comments that he made earlier. he head with the republican national committee yesterday, but he's in trouble with female voters over what he calls a misstatement about women being pup about punished about an abortion. trump also met with his foreign policy advisers in washington stick to go his stance on nuclear weapons. and he says you don't take nukes off the table.
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side, hillary clinton remains focused on her electability. but senator bernie sanders keeps hitting his message on corporate contributions that she's collected, specifically the money she's collected from wall street for the speeches that she gave. both front runners would like the primaries to be over with so they can foes can their attention on each other, but the competition just won't give up. they can foes can their attention on each other, but the competition just won't give up. he hedward lawrence, capitol hi. back to you. want to get you caught up on the forecast. when i stepped out this morning or rolled the window down, it was almost muggy. >> it was warm. chuck bell knows for sure what we were feeling. >> i'm burning up this here. >> i thought it was just me. i've been sitting here sweating. >> you and me, we're simpatico. don't you worry. eun and melissa love the mild weather, but i'm sweating like crazy in
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cloudy, breezy, warm near 80 today. grab the umbrella, there is a pretty high chance for rain. chances you will get rained on at least once take, 80%. could have a rumble or two of thunder, as well. but on your way out the door, it feels like aup morning. we're already near 70 in most neighborhoods. a lot of clouds in our sky here this morning. showers moving in mid to late morning this morning. hit and miss rain chances will continue through the afternoon. gradually rain chances will taper on later in the day. hey wa hey wa may want an up brel will to play it safe. the leading edge of the thundershower chances only about three hours from the fredericksburg area. crossing southern maryland between about 9:30 and 10:30. rain chances are high everywhere. thunderstorm chances higher the farther south you live offer travel toy.
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so better thunderstorm chances in fredericksburg than in frederick. future weather carries the rain chances out of here on your friday evening, but not a guarantee to be dry. cloudy, a chance of showers first thing tomorrow morning. no thunderstorm threat for tomorrow. by noon tomorrow, most of the rain coming to an end, pushing out of southern hear land. it will be dry tomorrow afternoon and early on your saturday evening plans. here comes the next real big change in the weather. another cold front comes through here late saturday night into sunday. i'm telling you, sunday will be crazy, crazy windy. could even have damaging winds up in that 50 plus-mile-per-hour range. so near 80 today. cooler tomorrow with showers early on. but a dry saturday afternoon. dry sunday, as well. but very, very windy. and another push of very cold air brings us down to near freezing in the city. by wednesday morning, most of the suburbs likely to have hard freeze wednesday morning. so don't plant any tender flowers or spring
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just yet. new information on first 4 traffic. brand new info. 66 inbound at 123, disabled vehicle is now out of the way. so that is reopened. that will help the morning commute just in time. georgia avenue at colesville road, still have the crash in the intersection. two vehicles. doesn't sound like anything is blocked. don't have to really worry about much there. right now prince george's county overall looking quite good. no worries there. and 270 at father hurley, rolling look just fine. so no problems on 270. we do still have this in hollywood, maryland, three notch road at exploration drive, all lanes blocked because of a car into a building. i'll see you back here at 6:01. it is now 5:52. now to a developing story in alabama. secret tapes are exposed in a growing scandal involving the governor there, governor bentley's fu
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refuses to resign after allegations of an affair with a top aide. recordings are allegedly conversations between the governor and the aide. bepts bentley says he's not giving up. >> there is never anything that has been done that would affect the people of alabama and affect my job. >> the aide has resigned. the state ethics investigation how is under way. a credit card skimming device may have been found at a local safeway store. they have been found at credit cal terminals and self checkout lanes inside safeway stores in colorado and possibly other states. now images have been posted showing a possible device at a store in can germantown. save hway hue officials have no responded. cia agents were using a bus while students wore spring break for a training exercise and the agency says one accidently left the explosive material on board. the bus carried 26 students to
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briarwoods high school on monday and tuesday before someone doing maintenance found the substance. school officials say regardless of the scare, the material is harmless. virginia's burrow of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives helped loudoun county schools in the investigation. the cia says it is taking steps to prevent the mistake from happening again. some of you will be glued to the tv to watch the final four. villanova, oklahoma, noert carolicare and syracuse playing in houston. you can see the banners hanging outside the stadium. right now tickets cost more than 100 bucks online, although some are selling them for more than $1,000 each. the daily fantasy sites fan duel and draft kings spent months talking to the ncaa and state go. s and they say they are ending all contests involving college sports games. the changesgo
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monday night. the ncaa argues the sites are a form of betting. fan duel and draft kings say they offer games of skill. it's april, first of april. april fool's day. not just a good time to clean out your house, but how about your phone, as well. the average smartphone user has 95 apps installed. doesn't that seem like a lot? deleting the ones you don't use can free up a lot of space. something else that takes up a lot of space, all those videos and photos you take. if you want, you can upload those to somewhere else. >> one of the easiest ways is to subscribe to something like drop box or google photos. >> make sure you back up your important files just in case. good morning, i'm landon dowdy at cnbc. it's been a year since amazon unveiled its dash button which l c
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household items such as coffee and paper towels and now they're expanding the number of available buttons to more than 100. the brands include similar minute, clorox, red bull and trojan. you must be an amazon prime member to take advantage of the two day shipping. with your morning business report, i'm landon dowdy. maryland's house and senate the are trying to iron out the difference in into bills to curb drunk driving. the family of noah lae oeotta s one is weak than ter than the o. noah's law would require devices for anyone quigts convicted of tlifg. >> we will not rest. i want to be tstanding with my family beside governor hogan watching almost sign this bill into law. and it to be
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that it can be. >> maryland's general assembly adjourns next month. >> reporter: another round of road closures as the nuclear security summit ticontinues. what you need to know to get around coming up. also ahead, we're watching a developing situation across the south after severe storms strike again. the new video we're seeing this morning and what we're learning about the damage left behind.
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we're tracking chances for rain and thunderstorms. timing coming up. >> and in the south, crews searching for victims after another round of severe weather. the damage we're seeing so far. p. plus we're watching for problems down up to as drivers deal with another day of getting around barriers. here is a live look. the closures in place and plus planned protests that could cause more problems. but first chuck bell.
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feels like summer, but we're not done with winter just yet. tomorrow and big time wind on sunday. but friday morning quiet for thousan now. cloudy and humid outside. nix next 24 hours generally warmer. take your umbrella with you. there are chances for rain this morning, this afternoon and tomorrow p. thundershowers just south of charlottesville are about three he to four hours away from reaching so you were southern maryland. and in hollywood maryland, this is now out of the way. three notch road into explorati exploration, all lanes now open. georgia avenue at colesville, a crash in the intersection. at the

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