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we have a development in the brussels bombings. two more men charged with terrorist offenses in connection with last month's deadly attack. the men are believed to have provided the hideout apartment for one of the bombers. one of the men was reportedly carrying the bomb, but for some reason didn't follow through with the attack. but we do know between the airport and subway attacks, three suicide bombers killed 32 people on that day last month. it's 5:00 achl. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. let's check our weather first with chuck bell. i like the nice warm-up. >> it's really warm outside this morning. temperatures didn't fall hardly at all overnight. south winds and a cloudy sky and it's in the low to mid-60s as you go outside early this morning. so you won't really need any layer of warmth to keep you going this morning. but you may want to have your rain slicker ready. light rain from frederick to hagerstown to martinsburg to winchester. a little pocket of dry weather
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even that will fill in with raindrops. so grab the umbrella. you won't need it all day. mild and rainy 65 at 7:00 a.m. by 7:00 this evening, clear skies, breezy but cooler, back into the upper 50s. and suburbs likely to be in the upper 30s by tomorrow morning. wait until you see how the weekend is looking. melissa mollett, how is traffic holding up? 95 south after centreport parkway, a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane. you can see just a tine any bit of a slowdown there. south 295 after east capitol, left lane getting by the crash. backups building there on 295. we have police on the scene hoping to get that out of the way before too much volume starts to build. 270 at old hundred, rolling along just fine. and overall prince george's county again roads are totally fine here. might be just a little wet as you can see on
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at 5:02, we have breaking news. sources telling news 4 an arrest has been made in a deadly stabbing at the deanwood metro station in northeast d.c. a 15-year-old boy died after being stabbed inside the station yesterday. >> he is the second 15-year-old killed after a confrontation at that metro station in less than three week. let's go live now to molette green outside of police headquarters with more on this arrest. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, and that's why we're outside d.c. police headquarters where we expect to learn later today details. the suspect's name and anything about the arrest that was made late last night. shomari stone reported this development on twitter. now, an arrest comes just hours after police put out a picture of the person of interest described as a young man between 14 and 20. pictured here. we're working to find out if this is the person police act l actually arrested in the stabbing death of john evans. someone stabbed the 15-ye
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gate and headed toward an escalator at the deanwood station on monday. we learned he was in d.c. for a court appearance. evans' stabbing comes just three weeks after another teen davonte washington was shot and killed at the same metro station. these murders weeks apart at the same metro station involving minors have stunned that ward seven community and raised concerns about a lack of police presence at deanwood in both cases. molette green, news 4. back to you. only on news 4 this morning, you will hear from the power of the victim 15-year-old john evans. she says she feels empty after her son was murdered at the deanwood metro station. wells recently moved to richmond to keep her son away from the violence in northeast washington. she says her son kissed her before he left the house yesterday morning. >> i just wish i would have
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with him this morning. i really did. that was my first born child. i just feel empty. it's hard for any parent to go through something like that. >> while living in d.c., the victim attended richard wright public charter school in northeast. if you drive drunk in maryland, you'll soon face some of the toughest penalties in the thags. late last night, maryland state lawmakers passed noah's law, that bill requires anyone convicted of drunk driving with a 0.08 or higher blood alcohol level to have an ignition interlock device in their car. governor larry hogan is expected to sign this bill into law. p. >> you will always know that noah is still on the job every single time an ignition interlock stops a drunk driver from starting their car. >> montgomery county police officer noah leotta was hit and killed by a suspected drunk er
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recognized by the general assembly for fighting since his death to get this bill passed. >> noah will always be on patrol with interlocks in everybody's car. noah will be there protecting all of us, saving lives. >> as part of noah's law, if someone refuses a breath test, they will either have to install the interlock for nine months or have their rye senlicense susper take time. you can find out more about the expected requirements right now in the thnbc washington app. the jgeneral assembly also passd the few criminal justice reform bill that aims to reduce sentences for nonviolent drug offenders and focus on treatment. the plan to change on how officers are hired, trained also passed. a tax relief plan and a bill to require companies with at least 15 employees to provide paid sick days failed to move forward. two people will receive awards for their help in catching a man who terrorized a
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charlottesville community and led police on a nationwide manhunt. our affiliate in charlottesville learned the local crime stoppers branch will give rewards to the woman who spotted jesse matthew jr. in texas leading to his arrest back in 2014. it will also award a person in the charlottesville area who helped police. matthew pled guilty to first-degree murder in the cases of both morgan harrington and hannah brown. a former women's basketball coach with ties to maryland has been acquitted on sex abuse charges. bryce mckee was briefly an assistant coach for the ufrt university of maryland, but the charges stem from the time at xavier. a player accused him of groping her. a judge found mckee not guilty. mckee resigned from maryland in august after the charges were filed and an attorney for the player called the ruling sad.
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another fight at a donald trump rally. this time in upstate this morning. you can see a man push another man in the face twice here. police in albany say they took one of the men out of the crowd yesterday, but did not make any arrests. trump will take part in a cnn town hall tonight. the gop frontrunner may be asked about accusations he made on sunday that the nomination process is rigged. in recent weeks, senator ted cruz has collected more delegates than trump despite trump's claims that he is winning more votes. senator cruz suggested trump was, quote, whining. john kasich the ohio governor called the nomination process, quote, bizarre. one week away from the critical new york primary and democratic hopefuls senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton will campaign again today in the empire state. and nbc news wall street journal harris poll puts clinton ahead of sanders by 14 points heading in to their brooklyn debate on thursday. the poll has a margin of error of about four points. w
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alexandria fire chief is about to be named the next fire commissioner of philadelphia. that announcement is happening today. adam thiel is virginia's deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security. before his current job, he was alexandria's fire chief for about seven years. if you're just turning on your television, we're following breaking news in the stabbing death of 15-year-old john evans. sources tell news 4 an arrest has been made in this case. if you're just getting ready to leave the house, be sure to download the nbc washington app for any alerts. and if you're away from your tv, take a look at radar. the rain is really starting to roll through our area right now. will you see any wet roads on your drive to work? chuck bell will let you know at 5:11. and cheers, what you can get at some area starbucks today that has nothingo do with tc
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jacket this morning. you might need the umbrella, though. >> let's check in with chuck bell to find out when we might see in rain. >> good morning. just like yesterday, we're starting out with raindrops and we will he said ephe said end u sunshine. just hit and miss showers thousand. rain chances this morning stand at 80%. so i'd take the rain slicker with you for this morning and umbrella just to play it on the safe side. jeans for later on as temperatures will be cooler this afternoon than they are right now. mild with showers, 65 on your way into work this morning. it will be open window weather later this afternoon, but temperatures will be falling in to the upper 50s to near 60. so sort of just like yesterday, only a cooler finish. storm team 4 x 4 is out roaming the roads.
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the suv here. is this the top of the beltway college park, headed into the silver spring area this morning. beltway has never looked so good. nice and clear here this morning. no major problems. southbound 295 after east capitol, left lane getting by the crash. it looks like that will be getting out of the way for us soon. best of t rest of the beltway looking pretty good. 270, you'll be getting wet headed out sometime soon. you can see all the green there. 95 south after centreport parkway, disabled vehicle blocking the right lane. police say a tragedy might have been prevented at a baby shower in charles county after officers stopped a man with a rifle. the charles county sheriff's office says 21-year-old rodrigu rodrigueze nowlin jr. grabbed a rifle out of a car after arguing with a man. guests saw what was happening and
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street flagged down officers to help. >> he fried to hide behind a vehicle, the officer was able to call him out, the weapon was eventually recovered. >> nowlin faces several charges. . investigators say the gun was reported stolen in north caroli carolina. mayor muriel bowser brought good news to a community where a 7-year-old girl was shot last friday. she announced the arrest of michael wiggins. a stray bullet from wiggins' gun hit her while she was on a walk with her family. she remains in fair condition at the hospital. the anne arundel county sheriff plans to be back at work. sheriff ronald bateman says he will not be carrying a weapon and will only handle administrative tasks as an investigation unfolds after being charged with second degree assault after finding his wife wi
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family home. the sheriff says the incident was, quote, just very emotional argument between husband and wife. it is 5:15. today to celebrate equal pay day, president obama will desk fate a new national monument to honor the women's equality movement. this is the belmont house this northeast, it served as headquarters for the national women's party since 1929. today it becomes the belmont hall women's equality national monument. it is named for activist alva belmont and alice paul. federal health officials say the zika virus is scarier than they first thought. unborn babies are at risk throughout the pregnancy rather than just the first trimester. the mosquitos that carry the virus has now been found this 30 states, including d.c., maryland and virginia. the biggest risk may be from pregnant women along the gulf coast. one tropical disease expert says microcephaly
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region like hurricane katrina today. >> areas of extreme poverty and poor neighborhoods, u.s. gulf coast cities such as houston, new orleans, maybe tampa, take we are highly vulnerable to seeing zika virus transmission, leading to microcephaly cases. >> health officials don't anticipate a widespread outbreak in the u.s., but everyone needs to be be prepared and he had indicated. in news 4 your health, you can learn more about the medicines you are taking instantly. half of patients readmitted into hospitals are there because of complications or side effects with their medications. tele pharmacy hopes to put an end to that issue. if you have a web cam or ipad, you can see directly to a pharmacist. >> there is an icon and click on it and you connect with your provider, a pharmacist. and say, hey, these are my medications. you can show them the medications. these are the medications and it has this side effect,
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>> doctors say tele pharmacy will be a big help for rural communities or hospital has may not have a pharmacy. happening today, you can get a glass of wine with that espresso at starbucks. five locations will start starbucks evening service at 4:00 this evening. wine, craft beers and small plateslike flat bread pizzas are now on the menus. they have been rolling it out across the country for a few months now. a couple places in virginia and now here in the district. >> people who don't have a lot of time to sit down for a full dinner, but just want to check in, maybe it works. >> and there are so many starbucks. so there you go. 5:17 our time right now. want to get you caught up on the forecast if you're just joining us. >> chuck bell letting us know what kind of day we're going to have. it's mild to start, so should i be encouraged by this? >> well, sure. tak
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can find it in lunch. if you like a nice mild morning, we love that for you here early this morning. it won't stay that way. we'll be cooler later today than we are right now, but you're right, it is way warmer. we're about 20 degrees warmer now than we were at the same time yesterday morning. current temperatures 64 in washington, 61 frederick, maryland. 59 in martinsburg and 61 in fredericksburg. it will be a slow down ward trend this temperatures through the morning with the rain showers coming in. temperatures will fall back down into the mid-50s up to about lunchtime. and then later this afternoon, rebounding just a smidge. but outside, all cloud cover this morning looking westbound, that is tyson's corner in the distance where raindrops are just about ready to move back into tysons now. already light rain from frederick, maryland out toward winchester and even light rain in southern maryland. here is the timing of the rain from now through this morning. by 7:15, most of the metro
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all soaked by light to moderate rain. 9:30, most of the rain is along and east and south of i-95. as we approach the lunch hour, steadiest is northern neck and parts of southern maryland. we'll be seeing clearing skies in the metro by about 1:00, 2:00 in the afternoon. and it will turn noticeably cooler. headed down to the nationals and braves game, it will be breezy and cooler, game time temperatures will mostly be in the 50s falling back down into the 40s. so next couple of days look pretty nice around here. on the cooler side, but all that sunshine to go through the rest of the week and your weekend, this is even better news, melissa, saturday sunshine and 66. sunday sunshine, even warmer, temperatures back near 70. >> finally a couple extra bucks, maybe i'll buy you breakfast for that. 95 north at fairfax county parkway, brand new report of a
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no word on what exactly it is, but do have a report that it is slowing things just a bit. 95 south after centreport parkway, a disabled vehicle still hanging around. southbound 295 after east capitol, still reported. i'm not seeing the slowdowns anymore, but the left lane is getting bri the crash here this morning. right now storm team 4 x 4 top of the beltway just past colesville road, you can see looking quite good here this morning. so no complaints or worries on the beltway. all of the routes headed in and out of up to up top of the beltway looking good. bw parkway, route 1, 29, 95. and you can see prince george's county no worries. 50 inbound and outbound also nice and green. new developments in the death of a former nfl player gunned down in new orleans. why the man accused of 3u8ing t pulling the trigger says he was scared for his own
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delores kelley: although we were all one maryland, our schools weren't treated the same way. narrator: with neighborhoods getting unequal funding for schools, something had to be done for our children. kelley: it didn't matter where chris was from. he knew that we couldn't leave a child having less just because they lived in a region that was poor. joanne benson: he has not just talked about it. he is going to stand tall for all children to succeed. i'm chris van hollen, and i approved this message.
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attorneys for the man accused of gunning down a former nfl player says the suspect feared for his life. cardell hayes is accused of killing former saints player will smith. prosecutors say it was a case of road rage but the suspect's attorney says another car hit his first and that hayes was following smith to get information. the former nfl player was shot six times in the chest. >> what happen after the accident is you have someone who steps out of one of the cars and basically starts making threatening gestures and remarks in the direction of mr. hayes. >> the former fnl player's wife was also in the car and shot in the leg. she is expected to be okay. an update to the
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of texas where a police officer slammed a 12-year-old to the ground. the video can be tough to watch. the officer has been fired. the superintendent of the school district said what the officer it was, quote, absolutely unwarranted and fired him. the strict also said the officer's report did not tell the whole story. the student was not seriously hurt. 5:25. happening today, a federal court will decide whether bill cosby's wife camille will have to continue her testimony in a lawsuit against him. seven women in massachusetts accused the comedian of sexual assault and defamation. camille cosby gave a contentious deposition in february and at the time she refuse answer nearly 100 questions. a hearing will be held this afternoon. drivers got to voice questions and concerns about the i-395 express lanes extension in virginia last night. the plan would bring the lanes eight miles authority to the ea lt
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ds road area. the project is expected to be finished sometime next year. what's in a name? apparently a lot. why two metro stations could soon have new longer names. he's accused of jumping the white house fence and now something else. where jose fuertes never showed up yesterday. and chuck bell hard at work watching all the rain moving through. but when things will start
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now at 5:30, the push to pay workers $15 an hour takes a step forward in our area. i'm aaron gilchrist. what would happen today that could make the increase in pay a reality for some. >> i'm eun yang. if you're just heading out, take a look at the rain lighting up storm team 4 radar. let's check in with chuck bell now for a look at whether or not things will start clearing out sometime soon. >> rain will impact you this morning, but not the ride home. just like yesterday, we'll clear back out and turn into fine later this afternoon. but unlike yesterday, today when we go into the sunshine, it will start to turn cooler as a cold front has come on through. cold front just about ready to move into far western, showers ending in morgan up to, but all the rain, light scattered showers,
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so here is your planner for the day. sun up at 6:35 in a cloudy sky. showers will be tapering off after lunchtime, we will be seeing clearing skies and a bet breezy by this afternoon, but the piledest pamildest part of the first part of the day .we'll be in the mid-50s halater on th evening. >> i'm just looking forward to the weekend. >> this is breaking news. you're looking forward to the weekend? >> who would have thunk. taking a look at the icc, westbound before 29, reports of police activity here if the camera would flip around, we would see what was going on there. but sounds like things are getting by just fine. 95 north at fairfax county parkway, debris in the road way there. south pound after centreport parkway, disabled vehicle still blocking the right lane for you this morning. southbound 295 after east capitol, again not seeing the same slowdown as earlier, but the left lane getting by the
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4 x 4 on the beltway for us, rolling along just fine. travel times in ten minutes. a $15 minimum wage could soon be a reality for local workers. lawmakers are considering it here in d.c. and montgomery county. bills to raise the minimum wage have already passed in san francisco, new york city, seattle and l.a. kristin wright is live at the shady grove metro station to break down a new plan being introduced today. kristin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. people here at the shady grove metro station are headed to work, many of them minimum wage workers making only $9.55 an hour in montgomery county and many of them feeling like that is simply not a living wage. so today, a member of the montgomery county council will introduce a bill to gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by july of 2020. pay would go up to $12.50 in 2018, $13.75 in 20
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$15 in 2020. d.c. mayor muriel bowser wants to raise the minimum wage in the district to $15, as well. this morning at 6:30, we'll tell you how much the minimum wage is slated to go up in montgomery county over the next couple of years including this summer. back to you. >> kristin wright in shady grove, thank you. judge merrick garland has what could be his most important meeting today in the nomination process for the supreme court. garland will sit down with chuck grassley this morning. grassley is key in deciding whether the senate will hold a confirmation hearing for garland. many republican lawmakers are pushing against the hearing. they say president obama should not be allowed to fill antonin scalia's position in the last year of his presidency. bono will testify about violent extremism on capitol hill today. he will be before the state and foreign operations subcommittee. the singer plans to talk about the role of foreign countries to help fight terrorism. bono will be joined by
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blinken and former national security adviser retired general james jones. an are arrest warrant has been issued for a man suspected of trying to jump the white house fence. jose fuertes did not show up at court yesterday. he was arrested on the bike racks that serve as a barrier before the white house fence. fuertes was charged with a misdemeanor. two of metro's busiest stations could soon get name changes. metro is trying to decide if it should add national mall to the smithsonian station's name or kennedy center for the foggy bottom george washington university station. it would mean changing signs that would cost thousands of dollars. the district would have to foot the bill for that. some riders are not convinced the name change is really needed. >> biggest thing is look at the map before you get going rather than just get down here and try to figure out which way to go. >> now, a metro survey found that more than half of people supported adding national mall
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only 26% supported adding kennedy center to the foggy bottom name. in the day ahead, virginia governor terry hk call live will speak at the annual government forum on cyber security. governor hk call live wimcaulif the growing cyber security threat against the electric grid. virginians pay proportionately less in an most in tax rates. virginia residents have a total tax burden of 7.8%. that's the percent of their income the pay in local and state taxes. that puts virginia in 3'9" place. maryland pace nearly 9.4%. new york has the highest at more than 13%. these rankings did not include washington, d.c. just into the live desk, we just confirmed with police that an 18-year-old male was arrested yesterday in connection with that deadly deanwood metro statio
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now, this was the 18-year-old from northeast d.c. we have been showing you a surveillance photo with our coverage. it's still unclear if the person and you ared is the person in that photo. we're working to try to get the name of that person. yesterday a 15-year-old by the name of john rufus evans iii was stabbed and killed while trying to get on the escalator. it is the second teen death at that station in less than a month. a sinkhole more than a dozen feet long or deep i should say swallows a busy road. what investigators think cause that had pavement to tear open. and the 4 x 4 driving around for us this morning. we have some wet spots. where you will have to use those windshield wipers coming up. and chuck bell says our accuweather is about to take a turn for the better. finally. but you wouldn't know that by looking at the radar right now. a closer look at that and whether
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delores kelley: although we were all one maryland, our schools weren't treated the same way. narrator: with neighborhoods getting unequal funding for schools, something had to be done for our children. kelley: it didn't matter where chris was from. he knew that we couldn't leave a child having less just because they lived in a region that was poor. joanne benson: he has not just talked about it. he is going to stand tall
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for all children to succeed. i'm chris van hollen, and i approved this message. he was flicking matches on me... for my life. my ex-husband's intentions were to murder me. glenn: i made sure yvette's abuser went away for good, and put in place tougher sentences, because domestic violence can never be tolerated. yvette: mr. ivey showed compassion. i felt like i could trust him. narrator: glenn ivey. as state's attorney, a proven leader. in congress, he'll combat domestic violence, and protect president obama's legacy. glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message, because i'm on your side. a three month old baby remains in serious condition this morning after being stabbed by a family member in prince william county. police say leah arrington was watching the child when she stabbed her in the lower body. this incident happened saturday
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arrington is being held without bond. some pretty odd video out of central california this morning. good thing nobody was in the middle of this road when this happened. look at this. the road collapsing before your eyes. you can see the hole just getting bigger and the road falling apart in the video here. it ended up being about 15 feet wide, 15 feet deep. why are you giggling? >> our director is like what if dinosaurs came out. who knows what could be upper there. >> there is a sewer line under there apparently. police believe the damage may have been caused by heavy rain, not a dinosaur. >> you don't know. >> you don't know, that's true. >> the road looks like it couldn't hold a lot of heavy cars. now i'm worried. >> just don't think about it. better not to know. >> exactly. we do like to know about the weather, though. chuck h
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what do in the day ahead. >> often the pavement is only about that thick, but with all the dirt under it, it appears more solid. once you take the dirt away, it's just that thin layer of pavement. anyway, outside this morning, pavements will all be wet before you get into work and school. temperatures are in the low to mid-60s right now. light to briefly pockets of moderate rain drifting in to northern montgomery county, also head fed into fairfax and loudo. so have your rain slicker ready. jeans for later on today as cooler weather blows in later on this afternoon. so mild and rainy at the bus stop this morning. drying out maybe a decent day for recess, but it will be pretty by the time you come home. again, upper 50s to near 60 later on this afternoon. storm team 4 x 4 finding raindrops i suspect somewhere. >> some rain in different spots here they're on the beltway taking a look at things and seeing where we are just a little bit wet here today. taking a look at
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fairfax county parkway, debris still in the roadway. and i just got this report, 95 north at franconia springfield parkway, report of a crash and starting to see some slowdowns. taking a look at travel times, 270 south germantown to the spur on time at 11. top of the beltway looking good. 66 inbound no be problems. 95 north no doubt that will start getting slow here. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm when you hop in your car. a terrible accident, distracted driving or something more? the crash involving a 10-year-old that has some people wondering what exactly is to blame. and just in this morning, crash results on popular pickup
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what to expect, you better plan on some raindrops here this morning. but i'm optimistic that the day will not only finish with sunshine, but that you will be a big fan
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that's coming up at 5:51. >> 95 north at franconia springfield parkway, we have a crash in one of the center lanes. the left center lane. really slowing things as you're headed northbound. red line delays to shady grove just popped up because of an earlier problem at woodley park. a scary ride for some metro passengers has the agency doing an internal review. a passenger sent us this video showing a packed train car on an out of service red line train. friday night the rider says an operator told people to get off the train, but then the passenger says another employee told riders to stay on the train. the train bypass stopped until another metro worker let the trapped riders off. staff members at a high school in california will soon be carrying guns. the kingsburg high school in fresno will allow up to 5 staff members to carry guns on need t concealed weapons permit and no one will know who is actua
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carrying the guns each day. the teachers chosen to carry will go through training. the police chief supports this idea. >> if a staff member wants to put themselves at risk like that, i'm all for that and i'll support them in any way that i can. >> the new policy is effective immediately. today a serious surgery to separate conjoined twins. they were born in texas last may along with a sister who is not conjoined. they are connected at the pelvis. the doctors say today they will separate the babies. doctors say they have been using 3d models to practice this surgery. 5:46 now. a father and his 9-year-old son are among the three people who died on a fishing trip off the coast of florida. a search team found the lone survivor waving for help early yesterday morning. sheriff deputies say the group went out fishing sunday night and that waves swamped their boat the moment they turned the engine off to cast their
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sheriff's office says it has recovered the bodies of the three people who died. nearly 1,000 people rallied for and against a controversial bill that requires a transgender person to use the bathroom in according dance with the sex on their birth certificate rather than their gender identities. those in favor of the bill call it a common sense law that protects women and children. opponents call it smoke screen for a measure that limits the ability of workers to file discrimination lawsuits in the state. d.c. native owen danoff will show off his talents once again on the voice. ♪ belting it out in a past performance there. he's competing for a spot in the top 12 semifinals. owens comes with a musical background, of course, his father was in the group star land vocal band which earned two grammys for the hit afternoon
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the voice airs tonight at 8:00 right here on nbc 4. we've been warning you for months in regards to tax refund fraud, so no wonder why you're just a little anxious about this. however, here is the deal. when the irs processes your tax return and approves your refunds, it will give you a personalized refund date. even though the irs issues most in less than 21 day, after it receives your tax return, it is possible your tax return may require additional review and take just a little bit longer. you can check the status of your refund within 24 hours after the irs receives your e filed tax return or four weeks after mailing your paper return you should only call the irs if it's been more than 21 days since you filed and more than 60 if you mailed it in. and you can logon to
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washington app and search where's my refund. susan hogan, news 4. and in decision 2016, we are just one puig away now from the new york primaries. tracie potts joins us now live from capitol hill with more on what we can expect. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: expect complaining from donald trump as we've heard about whether or not the system is rigged as he put it. we looked into it, he's now got 45% of delegatedelegates, only the popular vote and he's not the only one concerned about the outcome of some of these states. ted cruz now also saying that the voting that happened within the party in michigan over the weekend, he accuses the trump conta campaign and kasich of colluding to squeeze his people out of key committees at that con strengve that will decide the rules on how they proceed. mean time to the democrats, hillary clinton is talking gun control, something that really hits at the heart of a lot of people especially in t
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criticizing bernie sanders for trying to shield gun manufacturers from liability. meantime he's upstate in buffalo talking about jobs and trade and the fact take clinton voted for trade deals that he says took hundreds of jobs away from the buffalo area. so they're both going very local trying to go after those new york voters. >> tracie potts, thank you. approaching 5:51 now on this tuesday morning. want to get you caught up on the forecast. 63 degrees right now. >> can we keep it at 63 or higher please? >> we can keep it there for a little while longer, but eventually it will turn slightly cooler by later on this afternoon. so the warmest part of the day is the first part this morning. but unfortunately, if does come with rain chances. storm team 4 radar, the cold front which will bring us back to cooler than average weather starting tonight into tomorrow morning, the front itself just now coming through morgantown, west virginia. scattering of showers along and ahead of the front. line rate from the lower bay a
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up the impt 95 corridor, as well. so have your umbrellas ready to go first thing 7 not expecting a lot of rain, maybe a quarter of an inch or so. here is future weather to time out the departure of the rain. rain gradually coming to an end by about 8:00 or 9:00 this morning along the i-81 corridor. raindrops likely to linker up through about 9:00, 10:00 here in the metro. with time, though, here is noon on our future weather, steadiest of rain by lunchtime down into southern maryland, by 2:00, sunshine from frederick to winchester and leesburg. clearing skies here in the washington area and by 3:00, 4:00, we should be mostly sunny, a bit breezy, though, northwest winds will take these mild temperatures, low to mid-60s now and lower those temperatures back down into the upper 50s to near 60 by later. so here is your planner then. 64 now. 60 with showers likely at 9:00 a.m. 61 and cloudy skies at 11:00. and then this afternoon, northwesterly breezes push in andpe
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downward. we should be back into the mid-50s by about 7:00 tonight. your "7-day forecast," i think you will like this one, after all the cloudy and rainy stretches we've had, we've had measured rainfall on eight of the first 11 days in the month of april. after today, i think we can go maybe eight days in a row with narey a drop. but the pollen count will remain high. 95 north at franconia springfield parkway, a couple minutes ago, we didn't have much of an issue. right now, many of the lanes closed as fire and rescue has just arrived on the scene. so again, 95 north franconia springfield parkway, have that crash it looks like one right lane gedi igetting by. red line delays at shady grove. and the 4 x 4 driving on the beltway, looking pretty good. every now and then need to use the windshield
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301 north, left lane blocked. 270, the rain is falling. have to use the windshield wipers this morning. concerns about speeding in parts of charles county after a boy is hit by a car while riding his bike. the 10-year-old was riding in the clearly marked crosswalk on sunday afternoon in waldorf. the driver did not stop until after she hit him. neighbors say the crosswalk is well marked, but cars are driving way too fast. >> cars go as fast as 60 miles an hour down this stretch. and when i have stopped for people in the crosswalk, traffic behind me seems to be surprised. p. >> police are checking the driver's phone records to see whether she was distracted. they are also now looking in to how fast she was driving. i'm angie goff at the live desk with a new report on trucks and just how safe are they. only the 2016 ford f-150 got a good
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test done by the insurance institute of highway. it looks like the chevrolet silverado, toyota tundra as well as the gmc sierra were rated acceptable. three of the seven that werehe . it is now 5:54. consumer news this morning, if you want to fly first class but you don't want to pay the hefty price, try flying on a wednesday. according to a new report from fare compare, wednesday is the least expensive day to fly first class. if wednesdays are a problem, then try tuesday or saturday for the next best deals. but these prices for first class tickets will be way higher than anything you pay in coach. fridays and sundays are the most expensive delays to supply first class. staying on top of saving some cash, it may be a good time to kick off the savings account. according to a new study from bankrate.com, more than 20 checking accounts at banks in in
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interest or more on savings accounts. the average nationwide is just 1.5%. good morning. i'm landon dowdy at cnbc. unions representing about 40,000 verizon workers say they will go on strike wednesday if a new contract is not reached. they have been working without a contract since august and the employees mostly work on land line phones and internet operations on the east coast and the unions say they're trying to improve pension benefits and keep them from outsourcing jobs to contractors. in 2011, a strike lasted two week. with your cnbc morning business report, i'm landon downdy. starting may 1, you will have to fork over cash if you're looking to get your first driver's license. a new law requires 30 hours of driving school and eight hours of on the road training before you can take the driving test. the only place to get that training is through private instructors and that could cost families
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council woman says that doesn't seem right. >> of course we want people to be trained to drive properly, but what will it mean for people of modest means. some of these courses can cost $1,000 or more. >> d.c.'s schools used to provide driver's ed for a nominal fee, about you that you stopped in 2009. the issue will be brought up at a hearing later this month. bees are considered the most important pollinator on the planet, but they're dying out. george hey son university has a special honey bbee initiative. they're studying bees to make sure they have healthy hives. they say their work is incredibly important. >> a world without bees means the end to a lot of the fruits and nuts that we appreciate. >> peas and pobees and pollinat responsible for about a third of the food
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p. have you ever wondered what your elected officials listen to? well, now you can find out. at least some of them. spotify released the music playlists of 19 members of congress on sunday. according to wtop, new jersey senator cory booker's playlist is a whopping seven hour collection of soul, hip hop and rock. it features man in the mirror, bohemian rap city, paul ryan lists under pressure as his lead track. and bittersweet symphony. some interesting choices for sure. i need to find these playlists. breaking news in the last hour involving that attack at d.c. metro station that left a 15-year-old boy dead. d.c. police have now confirmed to us that an arrest has been made in the case. what they're revealing about the suspect, that's next.
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breaking news involving the deadly stabbing at a d.c. metro station. in the last hour, police have confirmed an arrest in the attack. what they're revealing about the suspect. >> tracking new developments out of belgium where more arrests have been made in connection with the deadly bombings in brussels. i'm angie goff here at the live desk. what we're learning about the
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plus the more they learn, the scarier the qvc beco zika v becomes. chilling words from the centers for disease control and the action they say must be taken quickly. but first chuck bell has your out the door forecast. good morning. welcome to tuesday. just like we had yesterday, we will deal with raindrops this morning and clearing out by later this afternoon. and it is mild on your way out the door. temperatures are in the low to mid 60s right now. 62 in washington, 64 this reston and also 64 in springfield, virginia. light rain showers just about all corners of the capital beltway now. but by later this afternoon, things will start to improve once again. so here is how the next 24 hours are looking from umbrellas to wind breakers. umbrellas this morning, 7:00 a.m. temperatures low to mid-60s. 7:00 tonight, breezy and cooler in the upper 50s. if you're going to thse

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