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news4 at 6:00 starts now. get ready for a major weather change. the temperatures will fall fast tonight. rain will move in and some of you could see wind gusts topping 50 miles an hour. we've been telling you about this for the last couple of days and now we're only hours away and the strong winds could cause some potential damage. amelia joins us with what you can expect tonight and tomorrow. >> reporter: here are the latest weather alerts. a high wind warning will go in effect around 9:00 tonight for areas north and west of the d.c. metro area. the darker colors here are going to be under the high wind
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the beige color under a wind advisory. this includes most of the d.c. metro area through southern maryland and parts of the northern neck. that high wind for parts of loudoun, fauquier and all of frederick counties. this will run through noon tomorrow. we'll have gusts up to 60 miles per hour that could cause damage to power lines and trees. use caution driving high profile vehicles late tonight and throughout the morning hours tomorrow. freeze warning will also kick into gear around midnight tonight and run through 10:00 a.m. tomorrow for areas west of 95. temperatures in the freeze warning will dip into the low 30s. so if you have any plants, you'll need to bring them indoors or cover them. we'll be tracking rain during the evening and overnight. this will bring the big changes, the high winds and cooler air. i'll have more wind impacts coming up. >> thank you, amelia. new dls
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first murder of the year. police arrested a teenager they say stabbed a relative and then lied to cover up the crime. megan joins us live from the neighborhood. what are you learning? >> reporter: neighbors tell us that the suspect and the victim were father and son. according to police, it was a 17-year-old that stabbed 46-year-old dennis adams right on this street just behind us here. witnesses tell us he ran up the street, the 17-year-old, went to a neighbor's house where he told neighbors to call 911 because someone had stabbed his father. this all happened at around 8:00 last night on 3rd street. you can seeth at police are still out here, because they tell us this is a very active an ongoing investigation. around 8:00, dennis adams and the 17-year-old were fighting inside the home. it continued outside into the street, and that's when neighbors called
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adams suffering from multiple stab wounds. he was rushed to the hospital and later died. after the 17-year-old's story changed several times, they stopped scouring the area for a suspect and placed the teenager under arrest. we spoke with a neighbor whose family was home when this all happened. >> the guy screaming, stop, stop, to another guy. but she wasn't sure who the other guy was. but it looks like he was the suspect. or sounds like it. that's what police are saying. >> it's frightening, especially having kids around the neighborhood. you want the kids in the house when something like that happens. >> reporter: you can see police are still out here as mentioned. very active scene here. they're still looking for evidence and asking anyone with information about this case to contact the arlington police department. monday, we're told this teenager will be formally charged with murder. back to
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>> megan fitzgerald, thank you so much. a new search tonight at gauchen recreational park for sara and jacob. they disappeared in september of 2014. the toddlers were last seen with their mom, catherine, who is now in a mental institution. she's been charged with child neglect, abduction and hindering the investigation. she never said where the kids are. their father, however, remains hopeful. >> we went back to the beginning, you know, basically realizing that things had been missed over time. when we put things together along with revamping the timeline, this made the most sense for the information that we have now. >> turner says he's been overwhelmed by the amount of support he's received. presidential candidates in wisconsin tonight trying to sway voters ahead of tuesday's primary. as nbc's chris pallone reports, plos s
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bernie sanders in the lead. >> reporter: speaking with republican party loyalists in north dakota, ted cruz took aim at donald trump, portraying himself as the only republican that can win in november. >> and if we nominate donald trump, it hands the general election to hillary clinton with a big silver bow. he loses by double digits. let me tell you, i beat hillary clinton. >> reporter: polls show cruz leading wisconsin heading into the primary. trump stepped up his attack on cruz. >> they want me to act presidential. they don't want me to call him lying ted. >> reporter: trump even took a shot at john kasich, who hopes to win the nomination during a convention fight in august. >> kasich is not going to be able to help you, folks. he's middle of the pack. >> reporter: kasich didn't want to speak to reporters about trump in wisconsin, but it was clear who he was referring to during his town hall. >> you get somebody there
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an idealogue, we will continue to drift. >> reporter: for the democrats, bernie sanders was looking ahead to november. >> i know there is a lot of concern in wisconsin and around the country that donald trump might become president of the united states. [ crowd booing ] so let me reassure you, that will not happen! >> reporter: the democrats are having a debate about debates with the sanders and clinton campaigns bickering about dates for a potential new york debate. it's where bernie sanders was born, dan it's hillary clinton's adopted home. voters go to the polls there april 19. police are looking for the person who shot and killed a glenn bernie man in a maryland parking lot. according to police, the gunman daequan pack "had an issue with the victim and shot
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and dangerous. at least 17 people are homeless tonight in prince george's county after an apartment fire. firefighters were actually called to the scene twice today. the first call was to put out a stove fire. when they went back the second time, plumes of smoke had filled the air and the apartments on green belt road were on fire. an arrest tonight after an attack on the metropolitan bike trail in northwest. a 15-year-old boy from northeast d.c. is charged with robbery, force, and violence. the victim was walking to his home when several juveniles on bikes assaulted him and stole his cell phone. police are looking for this man. they say he robbed a shell gas station late last night in the ash brook commons plaza in ashburn. he pulled a gun on the clerk, demanded money and fired a shot. luckily the clerk wasn't injured but the robber took off with the cash. a sinking
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a highway with deadly results. what witnesses saw just before the plane fell from the sky. fired up marijuana enthusiasts march near the white house. you'll hear their demands for president obama. and an incident at the white house had secret service officers s but jamie raskin is the only democrat for congress who's authored landmark progressive laws -- marriage equality, equal pay for women, green maryland act, assault weapons ban, and more. raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message.
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dozens of pro-pot protesters lit up in
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house this afternoon to push president obama to reform marijuana laws. it's one of the most read stories on our app. they raised a huge inflatable joint while carrying small amounts of pot is legal in d.c. smoking it in public is not. >> it's time to change these unjust laws. so mr. president, we beg you, we implore you, do something before you leave office. >> no arrests were reported from the afternoon protests. another white house fence jumper last night. this is a live look at the white house right now. the secret service who made the arrest, says the individual threw a backpack and jumped the north fence. officers swept the area and found nothing out of the ordinary. get
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throughout the day tomorrow. they'll produce very low windchills. amelia is tracking just how cold it's going to get. it's been a deadly several weeks for law enforcement in virginia and maryland. see how the community is showing it support.s
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an early morning highway catastrophe in san diego.
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a small plane crashed into her car. three other people ar injured. a witness says the plane appeared to be having some type of trouble and was preparing to land on the highway trying to avoid vehicles. the vehicle that the plane hit was stopped on the shoulder. just days after a virginia state trooper was shot and killed, a rally to support officers this afternoon at the national law enforcement memorial. this is where derek ward reports on the special meaning behind today's gathering. >> reporter: the people who showed up at this event will tell you it's a tough time to be a police officer. >> as an active law enforcement officer,ky tell you we're constantly being questioned for everything we do. >> reporter: this rally at the national law enforcement office's memorial was about showing support for cops who do the right thing by the people they're sworn to protect and serve. >> there's an absolute need for this. >> reporter: this year alone in our area, several officers have been killed in the li
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one in prince william county and once in prince georges county. and those officer's names have yet to be added to this memorial wall. >> we've got to show appreciation and support the men and women that serve this country today. >> reporter: to do that, this group set out for the memorial to the u.s. capitol building for another rally and the challenge. >> to rise up and show your support for the men and women in law enforcement and show your outrage for the lawlessness that's going on, the growing lack of respect for the rule of law in this nation of ours. >> reporter: eric ward, news4. today was a great day for spring cleaning and a lot of you took advantage. these are popular around here. 3,000 people as a matter of fact came to the event at nova's annandale campus. they dropped off sensitive documents to be safely sde
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and now, your storm team 4 forecast. >> and here are yorue wather headlines. we'll notice the winds increase around midnight tonight. we'll be tracking gusts of 50 to 60 miles per hour at times. we could see some damage across the area because of the extreme cold and the high winds. we'll be under a weather alert tonight at news4 at 11:00. continuing through tomorrow morning. by monday, we're warmer but have the umbrella handy. more rain to deal with. now, tomorrow, because of the cold and wind, the weather having a moderate to high impact on your day, feeling more like december than early april. but we will have plenty of sunshine. right now we're at 61 degrees, winds just a bit of a breeze out there at 14 miles per hour. plenty of clouds and the winds kick up around midnight and will continue to be very strong through the midday hours tomw.
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secure any outdoor lawn furniture and a freeze area west of 95. so if you have plants, cover it or bring it indoors. here's the rain i'm tracking. it's cold enough where some snow further back to the north and west is falling. the timing looks to be between 9:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. for the rain. here it is in parts of faquier, loudoun and montgomery counties. s
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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.
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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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