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to annapolis. why they say one version of the bill doesn't go far enough. oh, boy. get ready for near record cold, and the freeze warning will extend into sunday morning. it's a weather alert night and amelia joins us with what you can expect. >> talking about near record temperatures as winds continue to diminish and the skies clear out. here's a look in your neighborhood by tomorrow morning. 29 for a low in washington, and 24 back in winchester. grabbing the winter coat tomorrow morning, and heater definitely on probably in your home and car as well, and freeze warning in effect for everybody, and that will begin at midnight and run through 10:00 tomorrow, and below f
what that means, you need to protect sensitive plants by covering them up or bringing them indoors. temperatures continue to drop and we will hit our low temperature of 29 here in ashington at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the record to beat, 19 at dulles, and 22 at bwi and marshal l. regardless, it's going to be a cold one out there. a quick-thinking lifeguard may have saved a 10-year-old swimmer in rockville. the child was drowning in a pool at the kids first swim school and the lifeguard jumped in and performed cpr and we are working to find out how the 10-year-old is doing tonight. new tonight the maryland legislature working down to the wire to pass a new drunk driving
of ignition interlock devices and the law is named for noah. noah's father was in annapolis fighting for a top senate version of the bill and it would require interlocks as soon as somebody fails a test. >> make sure when an interlock gets put on somebody's car from now it, it will be noah still on patrol. >> the legislature will take up the bill again on monday. the hunt for the third brussels terror suspect known as the man in the hat is over, and local officials say he has confessed to being at the airport before the suicide bombs went off. and we have more on the capture and the suspect's possible connection to the deadly attacks in paris. >> mystery solved.
explosives with two suicide bombers at brussels airport has confessed. it's this man, arrested yesterday and talking today, say prosecutors. he's admitted being the man see seen fleeing the bombing, telling investigators he threw his coat in a garbage can and sold his hat and they can't leave out the possibility he could be lying to cover up for somebody else. he is one photographed before the paris attacks linked to safe houses and a car used in the massacres. he a key suspect. he may know more than his friend, salah abdeslam, who also fled paris. >> he will probably know a lot more than abdeslam and a lot more than almost anybody else alive. >> police are on the hunt for
brussels apartment block. this man was charged with mass murder today, and he is now known to be swedish. prosecutors say he was at the scene of the brussels metro bombing and bought the suit cases at the mall for the bombers to pack with exshraoplo. >> remember, salah abdeslam's arrests may have triggered the brussels massacres. be alert and stay calm and be careful. back to you. a 7-year-old in critical but stable condition at last check tonight after she was shot in southeast. the young girl was hit last night knox. it's common to hear gunfire in the area and they
almost like clock work. >> between the hours of 9:00 to 10:00 at night and 4:00 to 6:00 in the evening and 8:00 to 10:00 in the morning and 12:00 to 2:00, and they shoot every two hours, and when the police leave they come out and start shooting. >> police are working to figure out who fired the shots and who the shooter may have been targeting. senator bernie sanders cruzzed to a victory in the wyoming caucuses today. sanders has now beaten hillary clinton in seven out of the last eight states. clinton still has a big delegate lead. on the republican side, cruz dominated the colorado state convention and donald trump skipped the convention and instead visited the 9/11 memorial today. new at 11:00, lawmakers in maryland today expanded the states' equal pay law. the house of delegates approved a bill that blocks businesses from retaliating against em
employees discover pay inequalities, they can can now sue the company up to three years after their last paycheck. a dramatic rescue of ship wrecked sailors in the pacific. we will show you how the men signaled they needed help. the sandy hook ride in washington kicks off today. why the mother of one of the ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ lease a 2016 lincoln mkx for $399 a month only at your lincoln dealer. but jamie raskin is the only abdemocrat
for congress who led the fight for tougher gun laws.
missing thursday when they did not show up for a flight. the men made help out of palm leaves and because of that they were picked up and are doing well tonight. the annual bike ride honoring the victims of the sandy hook massacre. the group left new town, connecticut, today and they are named after the 20 children and sex educators killed in the shooting. they are delivering something and are getting a lot of support. >> i feel like this is the epitome of love winning, these guys that would come out and remember new town and chicago and baltimore and hartford and bridgeport and this is incredibly special. >> they will talk to people about gun violence.
up, when we will be dealing with blustery winds once again. an old law that stops liquor licenses in georgetown is off the books and it has lots of businesses excited about the change. darcy spencer has reaction to this new era. darcy? >> reporter: you know there has been a big boom in restaurant business here in the nation's capital over the last several years and many feel that georgetown has been largely passed by because of that moratorium that has been in place for nearly 30 years, and with that, that is all about to change. let's show you video of the night life going on here tonight. no longer a limit on the number of liquor licenses for restaurants and multipurpose facilities like movie theaters, and those that support it are hoping to draw even more restaurants to serve not only to
in more visitors from outside the area. now concerns about noise and trash and vandalism, sparked that moratorium 27 years ago and leaders tell me they have united and it was time for it to go. >> reporter: we're told the number of liquor licenses for taverns and night clubs will remain the same here in georgetown. >> thank you so much. we have more information on the nbc washington app including a link to apply for a license, open the app and search "liquor." this is weather alert. >> rain,ow
dealing with winds and sunshine and a little bit of everything. it didn't really look like spring outside. the news better weather for the forecast for tomorrow. winds not an issue tomorrow and beautiful sunshine from start to finish but a cold start. have the umbrella handy for monday and especially on tuesday, and rain is likely on tuesday and just a chance of showers on monday. i'm already thinking about next weekend and this weekend overall not so great and next weekend looking nice. temperatures near and around 70 degrees both saturday and sunday. here's the latest on satellite and radar and even in the evening hours tracking rain and snow showers moving through the area and all that activity out and skies continue to clear and as we clear out overnight and the winds die down, it will allow our temperatures to drop. right now we are in the 30s but will be waking up to temperatures in the 30s. in the district, annapolis, 34 degrees up in frederick. and then tomorrow morning, temperature up around
will be in the low to mid-20s and you need the sunglasses throughout the day and probably still having the winter jacket as well. temperatures in the mid-40s and a high tomorrow, 53, and we'll hit that at about 4:00 in the afternoon, and still a good ten degrees below normal tomorrow. 7:00 in the evening tomorrow, temperatures around 50. school day forecast on monday, showers are possible so recess potentially indoors and maybe stick with the kids at the bus stop so they can hangout in the car if rain is out there and chuck will be updating the forecast, and by dismissal it will be mainly dry and feeling comfortable outside, and only a 40% chance you are dealing with rain on monday. here's the latest potential with the wet weather, and it's potentially slowing the morning commute and showers impacting the area around noon, but by 3:00 we're tracking sunshine and in this ca
really nice outside. temperatures near 70 degrees, and get out and enjoy it. on tuesday, looking like a pretty rainy day. here is future weather after 11:00. heavy rain potentially moving through the region. the rain is not pushing out until the early evening hours on tuesday, and then we'll be a little breezy on monday, tuesday and wednesday. we're not going to be tracking any strong winds. and it will be a little bit breezy as we kick off the workweek. highs tuesday in the low 60s, for wednesday, a high of 59, and thursday, highs in the low 60s, and erica, mid-60s, and next saturday a high temperature near 70 degrees, and the same on sunday. can't wait until next weekend. >> yeah, you and me both. coming up after the break, the capitals finally know their first playoff round opponent, but still a
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chris miles here in the studios. the caps will face the flyers in the first round of the playoffs, and washington needs to get momentum back before facing philly. tonight they played st. louis, a team that gave them the blues two weeks ago in the form of a 4-0 loss. second to last game of the regular season, and that's oshie returning home. blues scored just over a minute in and the caps respond. and then
season. remember that number. just two minutes later off the face-off, ovechkin again, just one goal away from joining wane gretzky with their seasons. then closing in on history. the hat trick becoming just the third player to hit 50 goals in seven or more seasons. >> it was a challenge for our team, and tonight is -- you could see everybody, they had a bit of a chip on their soldier because we know the washington capitals are better than that and tonight we showed what we can do and a step in the right direction for sure. >> harder and harder to score goals in the league and it's a big number, sott
and it's basically done and we have one more game, and the playoffs start. >> the caps went 2-0 against philadelphia, and these two teams have not met in the playoffs since 2008 and the flyers beat the caps in over time in game seven. talking about taking things down to the wire. april 13th, 2014, it's the last time somebody not named spieth was not on the top of the leaderboard in augusta. today spieth looked to be the first to make it seven in a row. there he is, the 22-year-old spieth, doesn't need to shave yet but he can do things like this, 100 yards away from the pen, and very tough throughout the day, and spieth makes it look easy and cuddles with the cup. not
day making a push. putting from fearly 70 feet out on the 14th, sensational birdie. and his partner does him one better. 72 shots back of spieth. best round of the day, belongs to smyly kaufman. leads to 1 of 4 birdies on the day. spieth still your leader after round three. dc united winless on the season and hoping to turn that around against vancouver. and scooping up the rebound and puts it in back of the net and one of two on the day for number 10. skip ahead, and less than three inutes to play, and united adds insurance, and newcomer, he's not going to
three minutes later, a second added. united, their first win of the season, a thumping 4-0 victory over vancouver. just like the nationals earlier today the baltimopwaul baltimor rained out. they close out their series with the rays. and there was a bit of sunshine for ryan zimmerman in the dream foundation, a ribbon cutting. he seemed up with underarmer to refurbish the little league field. and then the star playing in the hoops summit for team usa against the world. he was all world, showing off the hops. then showing off the touch.
11 points on 5 of 9 shooting. he also has a game high. he is ranked as a top ten player in the country, and team usa wins 101-67. a busy sunday coming up, the cats and wizards. both teams season finales. >> chris miles, thank you so much and good to see you. we are counting down to the 2016 olympic games in brazil in august. the fastest swimmer in the world hopes to be there, michael phelps attended a gala in baltimore, and you can follow along as all the athletes earn their way to the olympics. we have also got a story on six things to watch right now before the games begin. want to get one final check of
take out the extra blankets, and you will need them tonight, in april. >> the heat on today and probably the heat on in your car tomorrow morning and we are waking up to temperatures in the 20s and with that a freeze warning from midnight until 10:00 tomorrow morning, and protect sensitive plants and bundle up. tomorrow, 52 and sunshine. that's our news for
in almost three weeks, because that was the plan. i didn't want win those, and so i didn't. it doesn't bother me one bit, i'm not rattled, like the old adage says, you win some, you lo -- you lo -- you win some, you lo -- close enough. besides, who can remember how many states i've lost in a row. is it two, is it three? i don't know. >> i'm here to fix seven holes in your wall. [ laughter ] >> come to think of it, it might have been seven. and that's fantastic. it humanizes me. i'm the underdog now, i'm this election's rudy, and i like that. after all, i don't want to be a big old b and win every single state. that's no fun. enough about the past. it's time to look forward to the future, and right now my focus is heren