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it includes sandwiches one through six on the menu. i'm thinking that's the basic stuff. you can get the deal from 11:00 to 3:00. the closest sotore to us is on - i've been there. day with us. "news 4 today" continues now at 5:00 a.m. i'm kristin wright at the live desk. in the news room here, we're following breaking news in the district. police are investigating a deadly shooting in southeast. take a look at your map here. it happened in the 1600 block of 16th street again in southeast. list found a male victim with a gunshot wound dead. no motive or suspect information at the this point. we'll keep you posted. good morning, everyone. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm adam tuss in for aaron. it is 5:00 on the
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p. >> and do you know who can help us with that? chuck bell. >> a beautiful way to get your thursday morning started, nice and mild outside this morning. temperatures 40s and 50s. so just that little hint of a chill, but a mild kday this afternoon. loads of pollen still in the air. a little chance for rain coming our way tomorrow that could have a rumble or two of thunder with it, but looks like the weekend is sitting pretty. 48 in gaithersburg, 50 in annapolis, 45 in stafford. next 24 hours, increasing clouds and rain chances, most of the rain though probably doesn't arrive until after lunchtime tomorrow. today, nothing to worry about, just breezy and mild. high today 75 degrees. it is traffic time and from wtop, here is the man himself, jack taylor. >> and we're off to a pretty quiet start the. overnight construction going on crain highway before you get to 50. only left lane getting by. not
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sounds like the newest issue is out of hagerstown. eastbound i-70 toward frederick out near route 40, exit 32, accident activity blocks the left lane. may have had damage done to the guardrail. accident activity blocking the left lane. eun, back into you. we're following developing story in prince george's county. officials are trying to figure out just how a warehouse fire happened in laurel this morning. here is a look at the scene on la fayette avenue. the fire broke out in an industrial section of the street. no injuries were reported. the crews are wrapping up their investigation right now. no traffic is impacted in the area so far. a developing story this morning, the search for a missing fairfax county firefighter heads in to day six. search teams will head out to the shenandoah national park to look for 234i coal
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door p ♪ o lord my god, when i in awesome wonder ♪ >> virginia say the police say they are following up on more than 100 tips and leads. they are still trying to put together a time line of her movements. we now know that she called out sick for her shift last wednesday and that was the last day her family heard from her. >> you have resources from the fairfax county fire and rescue department right now in the shenandoah valley assisting with the search. >> crews will search a 10 mile rocky and heavily wooded area around the white oak canyon trail today a. a ranger found nicole's mini cooper in a parking lot there saturday night. and we have links to find nicole facebook page in our nbc washington app, use the search term "find nicole." in another part of the shenandoah national park, firefighters are battling a
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scorched more than 5600 acres. with strong winds and dry weather in the next 24 hours, the fire may actually get worse. national park service believes it was caused by a person because there was no lightning around when the fire began. and investigators are working to figure out what sparked a huge tire this centreville. chopper 4 was able to capture fire crews working to put out the flames and hot spot last night. it happened along farris calvary road. fire officials tells two people who were home at the time did escape. today maryland is front and center in the race for the white house. we are less thachb a week away from the primaries. nk will host a rally at the wineburg theater in frederick before taking off for indianapolis. cl chelsea clinton will campaign on
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her mother's behalf. and you have until the end the day to vote early and avoid all the long lines. more than 180,000 people have already cast their ballot and there are more than 3 million registered voters in maryland. the board of elections expects close to a 50% turnout on tuesday. go to the nbc washington app and search early voting to find out where you can vote early in each county. and maryland as well as five states holding primaries next week. pennsylvania offers the largest number of delegates. 210 for democrats and 71 for republicans. it is a winner take all primary for the gop. donald trump, governor john kasich and senator bernie sanders will all campaign there today. and along the eastern shore last night, trump had a new name for the democratic frontrunner. >> crooked hillary clinton will not have a chance. she's not bringing jobs back. she doesn't know about the
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economy. >> clinton will be in deck c connecticut today. and she's hoping sanders will get out of race. molette green has more on the campaigns visiting maryland and tracie potts will report on what to expect in pennsylvania ahead. you can buy tickets online right now for game five between the caps and flooi yers. they are playing tomorrow. carol maloney talked to the players in philly. >> reporter: this series is coming home. on the verge of a sweep, the caps could not eliminate the flyers here in philadelphia. they were done in by a friendly foe, former caps goaltender turned back 31 shots for the flyers. on the other end, phillies scored a pair of goals on holtby. caps lose 2-1 dealing like they missed a great opportunity. >> i thought we dominated the entire third period.
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we still have a little momentum. >> first two period, they were working harder than we did. in the third period, we were coming out strong. we were skating and putting pucks in the net and behind the d. and that's the way we have to play. >> third period showed more of how we can play. and if you leave it up to one period, sometimes it doesn't work out. >> you're not going to win every game. so forget it and you've forward. >> reporter: the next chance to finish off the flyers comes friday at the verizon center. carol maloney, news 4 sports. >> something tells me it will get a little chippy tomorrow migh night. >> i'm hoping this will finish it off. mr. philly. >> a long way to go. one game at a time. and by growing the beard out for charity, you can donate on my twitter page. help me beat
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it's connecting actually. you see? [ applause ] >> i love it. well, you're getting a lot of positive feedback, right? >> yeah, i'm coming back on the morning show every day now. there you go. we're watching all that rainy weather out in houston. it's been a week of flooding. next at the live desk, what officials are really woe rried about. >> and it's a little cooler, but we're in for a nice warm-up. why you may want the heat on in the car this morning and the ac this afternoon. and allergies not just from poll will not. the new scare about ticks in "new4 your health."s
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i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. narrator: an attack ad from the campaign for donna edwards. so untrue. so outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white house called the ad on chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same position. the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards. will she say anything to win an election?
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i don't believe that big money can buy votes -- not in our district. and i won't claim to have single handily passed just about every bill in annapolis. we can't settle for the same old politics, not when our basic rights are being threatened by trump and cruz. i'll stand up to their bigotry and be a passionate voice for maryland women and families. in tv and in business, i built relationships. as a woman in the house, i'll do the same to get things done. i'm kathleen mathews
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i'm kristin wright at the live desk. developing right now, flooding in houston. more flood warnings have been issued for that area this morning as concerns are growing right now over two dams. they're 20 years past their life expectancy and the u.s. army corps of engineers deems them extremely high risk. those two dams are at 50% capacity right now again as more rain is expected to fall in the houston area today. back to you. breezy out here this morning on the storm team 4 weather deck. might want to grab the light jacket as you head out this morning. but as the sun comes up, we'll have plenty of it. temperatures during the morning commute around 50 degrees and as we headed into the afternoon hours, we'll have increasing clouds but nice overall today. temperatures will warm into the mid-70s. so warmer than yesterday. and a bit breezy throughout the day. traveling locally looking for the most part just fine, some
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i-81 coriry door later today. flying to houston, you could encounter problems with the flooding and more rain in the forecast. jack, how are the roads looking? >> we were doing well, but you were fortunately, we have problems in hagerstown eastbound i-70 out near route 40, this is at 32. we had an overnight accident, tractor trailer did an enormous amount of damage described by state police and callers. the guard rail heavily damaged. crews blocking the left lane. and a couple mile delay trying to get out of hagerstown. once beyond it, you are fine. a live look on 270 southbound near 118, no early issues this morning. southbound route 3 before route 50, that work zone still there. right now searchers are slowing down and ecuador is starting to focus on restoring electricity and cleaning up from the damage of that giant earthquake there. the death toll n
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people. but more than 100 are still missing. countries from all over the world have sent aid, but it's difficult to get food and water to everyone who needs it. ecuador's president says he's raising sales taxes to help pay for the recovery effort. an annandale man is dead after a confrontation with fairfax county police. this happened wednesday afternoon. the 45-year-old paul gianelos walked away from a group home outing at roundtree park. gianelos is described as having both developmental and physical disabilities. a veteran officer found gianelos and began talking to him. the officer says he became combati combative, so he called for backup. a witness says it took four officers to subdue gianelos who was still moving before head di medics arrived. >> once medics arrived on scene, they then observed mr. gianelos have a medical emergency, what appears to be cardiac arrest and cpr was
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>> gianelos died at the hospital.state medical examiner will determine the exact cause of death. month after a man found dead in his burped out home, montgomery police say the death is now a homicide. body was found in the basement of his town home after a massive fire there about that police say he had multiple injuries to his body. firefighters initially thought the flames were fueled by gas at the home on wind jammer way. two other men who lived there escaped the fire. a $10,000 reward being offered for any information in that case. today we expect volkswagen to officially announce how it will compensate drivers affected by the cheating scandal. last year the automaker admitted to cheating on the tests for some of its diesel powered cars. in san francisco today the company is expected to announce it will spend $1 billion to compensate mhundreds of thousans of drivers both with buy back officers and repairs. the man responsible for
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u.s. capitol should learn his sentence later today. prosecutors want douglas hughes to spend ten hospitmonths in pr. the former mail carrier from florida says his flight was meant to draw attention to campaign finance reform. congressional lawmakers could make a move on funding the fight against zika today. president obama is asking for nearly $2 billion. a senate appropriations panel will meet today and there is word that some top gop lawmakers might propose to partially fund the president's request. the white house wants to use unused ebola money to help fund this request. in "news 4 your health" oig now, allergy experts fear this this could be the worst allergy season ever. there is a surging number of allergies linked to the outdoors and we're not just talking about pollen
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a tick-related meat allergy has been quietly spreading across the southern and eastern u.s. over the past two decades. >> what does that mean? >> so when the tick bites a deer, it injects a carbohydrate that is also found in meat and dairy and when transmitted to humans, some people develop an allergic reaction to red meat and dairy. >> onset is between three to six hours after being exposed. >> so basically it can make you sick when you eat red meat. right now there are more than 3500 cases across the country. experts say the best prevention is to avoid ticks when out doors. p and i know parents struggle because you want to protect yourself from insects, but some of the bug
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>> just another thing for us to worry. crazy. >> time right now is 5:17. let's get a look at our forecast. good morning. fairly nice day dock up. amelia reported from the weather deck that you may need a little extra long sleeve first thirng this morning because the southerly breeze with just a hint of a chill caused by the breeze. outside we're also dealing with rain coming our way for tomorrow. we actually needed it. it's been quite a dry stretch around here. even though we had at least some measured rainfall on nine out of the first 12 days this month, we're still nearly an inch behind in rainfall. so just a small amount of rain spread over many, many days. and since the first of march, we're now more than 3 inches down in rainfall. so raindrops would be appreciated for a lot of things, up to and including getting some of the pollen out of the air. best chance for rain comes up tomorrow as we get into the weekend, could be some clouds
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think saturday afternoon, saturday night and sunday look great. here is the rain chance we're tracking out here. again, not any really solid heavy line of rain showers, but a steady and increasing chance. have a few sprinkles in far western maryland this morning. these returns that are showing up in the shen dandoah, these a fall returns. future weather to carry you through the day, we'll be dry in the metro area. if anyone will get a drop today, it will be out towards hagerstown and martinsburg. and even there, rain chances below 30&. skies go mostly cloudy overnight tonight. here is tomorrow morning. maybe a chance for a shower first thing on your friday. but most of our rain chance comes up tomorrow during the afternoon between about 3:00 in the afternoon and 8:00 or 9:00 in the evening. we'll start to dry out after that. so today, breezy and mild, temperatures in the 70s. what about your weekend? saturday clearing skies, high of 73. and sunday looks sunny and fantastic with a high up near 74
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we'll give you the four things you need to know about the next 24 hours coming up. now traffic time with jack taylor. good morning. weed a big delays early out of hagerstown. we have an overnight accident involving a tractor trailer that took out about a half mile worth of faguardrail. left lane blocked and causing a huge delay. this is an exit back, so already about a three mile delay east on i-70. beyond it into frederick, you are find. work zone still hanging in, paving southbound route 3 crain highway before route 50. you'll find just the left lane getting by. not causing a huge delay. again volume still light, but that is more than a perfopt to . could it be a make or break day for johnny football? what is expected to happen in the case of johnny manziel in just hours. and from the
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new this morning, the world of pro wrestling is remembering one of its rec iz nizable name. chyna, joan any lawyer, the first woman to enter the royal rumble. she was 46 years old and was found dead in a los angeles apartment and police at this point don't suspect foul play. happening today, more trouble ahead for the man known as johnny football. a texas grand jury will hear testimony about former cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel, he's accused of hitting his ek girlfriend during a night out in january. a decision on whether to indict manziel will likely be announced on monday. time is 5:24. a nonprofit that provides fresh food for working class families is making a separate effort for
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mark segraves shows how it's helping heros where george washington once lived. >> reporter: these are veterans working the land that was once worked by the first veteran farmer. george washington. more than 200 years later, veterans are learning how to farm on this very land. but there is a problem. they don't have all the equipment they need to be properly trained. in fact, they don't even have a tractor. and they're asking for your help. >> this plot here would be a lot easier do if we had a tractor. and we don't so what we are doing? manual labor. >> reporter: you can learn more about arcadia farm and the program they have to rain veterans how to become farmers and the equipment that they desperately need by going to the nbc washington app and searching veteran farmers. >> and he did a sorry before about bringings the mobile markets to
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neighborhood so is people can have access to healthy foods. >> and they are out there with pitch forks. hard work. today is the queen of england's 90th birthday. >> happy birthday. is it her royal highness or royal majesty? >> you're asking the wrong person. >> prince of wales has recorded a special radio broadcast for the day and edited pass ans from passages from henry the eighth. >> good son. >> she said she's like any other grandmother and he's been told off by her many times. gun salutes will take place starting at noon local time. can you imagine a celebration for the queen of england for her 90th? >> pretty amazing. time right now
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we're working on four stories that you need to know before you leave for work this morning. he said/she said. what the wife of an area sheriff said in a 911 call made just before he was arrested for hitting her. and she was doing something a lot of us did it during the holidays. shopping. until she was robbed at gunpoint at a local mall. now we're getting a look at the man accused. it's something to remember while you're sitting in in traffic this morning. it could actually be worse. a look at some of the latest travel trends in our area and what is helping reduce congestion on the roads. and it a look at the current temperatures. some 40s. but another warm day ahead. chuck bell says expect a rum but sierra club chooses jamie raskin for congress they all talk about climate change. because only raskin wrote laws
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good morning. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm adam tuss in for aaron gilchrist. it's 5:30, time to wake up. >> and you know what, the weather will wake us up. chuck bell telling us about a nice day ahead. what should we expect? >> warming trend coming our way. like the song wake up little susie, that's a good thing to get you up. four things you need to know, nice and warm today with a southerly breeze. it will average 10 to 20 miles per hour, so a substantial breeze especially this afternoon. there is a chance for rain tomorrow. and maybe a rumble or two
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but from friday afternoon thundershowers are a real possibility. should be drying out just in time for the weekend. it will be back this the 80s by monday. today mild enough. temperatures near 50 this morning. highs this afternoon will be up near 75 degrees. so that is perfect weather for baseball. i'll give you the baseball forecast coming up. jack taylor, how are the thursday morning roads? >> not too pbad. right now in hagerstown, we have slow traffic because of an early morning accident eastbound i-70. left lane blocked off. we have a delay beginning before 65, so that i haves us about a 3 to 3 1/2 miles of a delay early this morning. once beyond it, you are good to go headed toward frederick. we'll give a live look in virginia moving north on i-95, a little more volume through dale ci
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breaking news coming into the newsroom. a deadly shooting in arlington. >> let's check in with megan mcgrath who is live on the scene now. >> reporter: if you take a look behind me, you can see police are starting to wrap things up here on the scene. we have just one police vehicle left here on columbia pike. now, this is in the 3600 block of columbia pike right in front of the burger king that you see to the left just a short time ago, a fire truck was here hosing down the sidewalk in front of the fast food restaurant. not a lot of information here, but around 10:0 la30 last night there was some kind of a if it's altercation here. not the clear about what it was about, but something turned physical and then it escalated from there. shots were fired. one man was hit by the gunfire. and as far as i have heard, he is still alive and
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to be okay. obviously the search is on for the person who fired those shots. no word we first arrived, there were some lane closures, but now many of the vehicles have left and so we're just down to one lane to the right in front of the burger king closed. and i think that will reopen here shortly. but certainly minute with information on the shooter should call arlington police. back to you. it's 5:33. maryland weighs in on the race for the white house next week. it is one of five states holding primaries on tuesday. the latest polls have both frontrunners leading by double digits. molette green is live in silver spring where we're expecting some last minute campaigning today. >> reporter: good morning to you. next up right here, a rally at the this brewery
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on the republican side, we'll see ted cruz in maryland today with a stop set in frederick. also we want to tell you that we saw the republican frontrunner donald trump in maryland on the eastern shore along with protesters last night who happened to clash with police after rally. one man even tased we're hearing. and you're looking at video of that there. we want to show you some of what donald trump had to say at the rally. >> we don't put america first. remember the expression used to be america first, right? america first. it's like america last the way these people run it. we protect all of the foreigners. >> reporter: all kinds of statements saying every time she hears donald trump and even ted cruz talk about anything relating to foreign policy or international ff
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trump has a very wide lead in all five contests set for next week. mrs. clinton looking very strong as well, but their opponents not giving up. next hour we'll bring down some of the numbers for you as we go into the primary next week. that is the latest live from silver spring. molette green. back to you. and our team coverage of decision 2016 picks up next with a live report from tracie potts, that's in 15 minutes. d.c. police say a teen is responsible for two murders. 17-year-old maurice bellamy is now accused of shooting off duty secret service officer arthur baldwin jr. it happened during a december robbery in southwest. thousand, bellamy was already in custody for alledgedly killing 15-year-old davonte washington at the deanwood metro station the day before easter. gla and this morning d.c. police are trying to figure out exactly where a triple shooting happened yesterday afternoon. all three victims were able to walk into
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somewhercenter. police are working to find out where and why they were shot. new clues could ten closehea disturbing case. a woman was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot a westfield montgomery mall. police released pictures and video of the car and suspect. the victim hopes new images will help catch the criminals. >> i think that these are the type of people that would do this again and i don't want this to happen to anyone else. >> the victim says it cost nearly $5,000 to replace all of the stolen items including the medicine in her purse to treat diabetes. this morning we're hearing part of the 911 call that led to the arrest of the anne arundel county sheriff earlier this month. this is his wife calling for help. >> what's going on there? >> he just punched me
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eye. >> since the release of that call, county politicians issued a statement calling on sheriff ron bateman to resign. elsie bateman who made that 911 call has also released a statement saying, quote, at no point did did ron punch or hit or kick me, end quote. sheriff bateman faces second degree as saulgsault charges. he's not allowed to carry a weapon right now. bad news for pepco customers and your wallet. >> and you could be in for a rate hike. this 1 coming less than a month after it was acquired by exelon. pepco wants a 10% increase for customers in montgomery and prince george's county. if approved, the average monthly bill would go up by about $15 a month. the money will be used to support reliability and technology investment. pepco says the increase is not related to the merger and would have been made regardless. time right now is 5:37. if you think your morning commute is horrible, there is new research that
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it could be. you could actually make things better. the national capital region transportation planning board out with its latest travel trends. and we're driving more, but even though the population has increased in recent years around here, vehicle traffic has not spiked. at the same time, the number of commuters who telework has increased and experts say that helps road congestion. >> you think, they put the greatest stress on the regional transportation network. they live the farthest out, they have the longest trip length. >> it's thousa's now recommende people take a look at te telecommutin telecommuting. take a live look outside where we're off to another dry start. but that is about to change. when the rain is expected to move in and how to dress the kids for the bus stop. and it might have you thinking twice before beeping at someone on the roads this morning. the road rage incident caught on
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stabbed. and it's a change that may cause a stink. where garbage service is getting slashed. kids: he came here from rocky mount, north carolina. married 27 years. raised 6 kids. including 5 boys. he had grandpa move in with us. glenn: we loved having him as part of the family. it's what you do. kids: in congress, dad will protect president obama's legacy. he'll fight for jobs and protect social security and medicare. glenn ivey will never quit on you; and we should know, we're his kids. glenn: i'm glenn ivey and i approve this message. i'll take on the republicans for all of us. is that coffee? yea, it's nespresso. i want in. ♪ you're ready.
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cup above. is that coffee? nespresso. what else? i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. narrator: an attack ad from the campaign for donna edwards. so untrue. so outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white house called the ad on chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same positi
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the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards. will she say anything to win an election? now a move that will upset some in prince george's county. trash collection is being reduced. starting next month, trash will be picked up once a week in the county instead of twice.
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county workers will go door to door to explain the new process. a chilly start this morning with a brees out here on the storm team 4 weather deck, so kids might want a light jacket this morning. with temperatures around 50 degrees, but the breeze coming out of the south, so it will really help to warm us up as we make our way to work. recess getting an a plus today. temperatures flirting with the 7 # degree ma 0 degree mark. this afternoon, temperatures in the mid 70s and more cloud cover, but overall a his day. rain in the forecast tomorrow. today i-81 corridor could deal with isolated showers. chuck will have more coming up. but for now, we send things over to jack at wtop. starting off pretty well, but we have early issues. we're building volume through the normal areas, but very slow traffic trying to move in hagerstown. early morning accident i-70 eastbound at route 40,
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well back before 65. left lane half the roadway blocked as authorities remain on scene. so give yourself extra time headed toward south mountain. you can see the jammed traffic, just a wall of headlights headed into hager stown itself. also ramp to get on to 50 west, wood debris on the ramp itself. three or four vehicles seem to be broken down. so give yourself a couple extra minutes. hopefully crews can get out there and remove it very quickly. it's a warning you will want to hear before sending your kids off to school this morning. where someone recently tried to abduct children, not once, but twice. and who should be in charge of patients who use viagra? the lawmakers introducing a bill that would require men have their partner's permission. and where you can score lunch or dinner for just $1 today.
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the nra and its campaign cash are what stands between us and gun reform. "searing tragedy struck in a place parents felt their children were safe" chris van hollen met with nra lobbyists to craft a loophole that would let the nra skirt a new campaign finance law and block gun control. but democrat donna edwards said "no" to the nra loophole and stood up to the gun lobby. and she would ban assault weapons. democrat donna edwards, maryland's next senator. working for us pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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we're off to a cool sdkooco start. temperatures between 45 and 55 degrees. we're talking about the weekend coming up in just five minutes. we have big accident activity to deal with, half the roadway blocked in hagerstown eastbound on if-70. stay with us. right now president obama is getting ready for the meeting with leaders in the persian gulf. he is in saudi arabia. you're looking at new video of him there. several middle eastern leaders plus germany, united kingdom and the president are meeting in just a few minutes. they're expected to talk about isis, oil prices and iran. developing in flint, michigan for the first time criminal charges are brought forward in the water crisis there. p three men are
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state environmental officials, stephen busch and michael prysby, also charged is the man who ran the plant, michael glasgow. they're charged with misconduct, neglect of duty and tampering with evidence. >> they had a duty to protect the health of families and citizens of flint. they failed. >> flint residents aren't had clean drinking water since the water supply change in april 2014. the attorney general says more charges could be coming. meanwhile, michigan's governor rick snyder tens to try to reassure residents and is vowing to drin flint filtered tap water for the next 30 days. a judge in pennsylvania will hear concerns from it local media before the trial of a man accused of killing a state treerp moves ahead. the case of eric frein was stopped yesterday after his attorney asked the judge to stop certain statements being heard at his trial. but one journalist objected when the j
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courtroom to be cleared. frein is charged in the 2014 murder of one state trooper and injuring another. time is 5:48. a florida teen who impersonated a doctor is offered a plea deal. a circuit court judge offered 18-year-old lrobinson a three year prison and five year probation deal. he claims he ran a legitimate business that offered holistic alternatives to pictures. maximum penalty is eight years in prison. two months after she was shot in the head during the calla ma kalamazoo shooting rampage, abby is out of the hospital. what a celebration. there was a round of applause for the young girl as she left the michigan rehabilitation hospital on wednesday. she was declared dead after a bullet pierced her brain, but her family says she defied the odds. her grandmother and three family friends were killed in that same
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lot. >> iov family. >> abby says she's looking forward to playing with the family cat and her pet pig and she will continue rehab for five days a week and as long as it takes to have a full recovery. amazing little girl. >> good for her. best wishes. well, the search is on for ways to tighten up cyber security nationwide. we are learning more about a forum happening today on ways the u.s. and canada can toughen their online defenses. the discussion will focus on the growing number of lone wolf and foreign government sponsored cyber attacks that harm national security and commerce. a mississippi map faces charges this morning after a road rage incident that led to a stabbing. take a look at this video. you can see the men fighting inside a gas station in gulfport yesterday and the argument escalated outside. one man was stabbed twice. the suspect drove away, but was arrested several hour later. the victim is expected
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okay. to presidential politics answand the race for delegates. both front runners are hoping for push the competition out of the running very soon. tracie potts joining us live from pennsylvania which is the next big contest. >> reporter: and gdonald trump still has a fight on his hands. he has to figure out how to get beyond pennsylvania and really clinch this nomination. it looks like ted cruz and john kasich won't be dropping out anytime soon. cruz insisting he's not the only one in trouble, but that trump also conditioan't get to the ma number of 1237 before the convention. trump is using a teleprompter now, owning it down a bit. he has a speechwriter. a foreign policy speech coming up here in d.c. next week trying to appear more presidential and pull the party behind him. >> and what
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hillary clinton is trying to really unite them behind her, but any chance bernie sanders will listen? >> reporter: well, they are worried about the messaging coming from sanders. clinton campaign hoping that he will tone it down because even though he may be in this through the summer and through the convention, what they don't want to do is damage her if it looks like she will end up being the party's nominee. they don't want him saying anything that republicans will use in the fall. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill for us, thank you. and donald trump speaks exclusively this morning with "today's" matt lauer and savannah guthrie. time right now is 5:52 on this thursday morning. i can't believe i'm saying it, but we need some rain. >> to wash out the pollen. >> chuck bell, what do you say? >> oak trees, pine tree, cedar trees all putting out the pollen in a big way and you're right, we do need some rain around here. we're about an inch behind already for the month and more than 3 inches behind here
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march 1st. a good looking sky eefr capitol hill this morning. just a few streeks ew streaks o mid level clouds. a nice warm-up coming our way this afternoon. gradually the skies will go from partly to mostly cloudy. d.c. metro area will stay dry today. only chance for a shower take is up towards martinsburg, west virginia. mild pattern will continue each and every one of the next seven days at or above average. rain chances, maybe a few sprinkles out in far we were maryland this morning, the rain chance that we're tracking for the d.c. metro is still back across western parts of kentucky and indiana now. these are just false returns on the radar here in fauquier county, but one or two drops toward western maryland. so not much to worry about today. here is 5:00 this afternoon. there is that little bit of a rain chance out there in the shenandoah valley and panhandle of west virginia. by this time tomorrow morning, cloudy skies, maybe a sprinkle first thing in tor
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tomorrow come in during the afternoon. most likely between 2:00 and about 8:00 tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening. could have a rumble or two of thunder, but that is not likely to come with any severe weather. here is 8:00 tomorrow night, heaviest rain moving in to southern maryland. what about the weekend? today's highs will be in the mid-70s. saturday high also looks good, sunshine and 73. sunday even better. delightful, high temperature on sunday right around 74 degrees. 7 day coming up in the next half hour. not a bad start this morning. some issues in hagerstown is about it. east bound 70, a single right lane to get by. eastbound on route 7, before the battlefield parkway, two right lanes get you by
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i'm kristin wright at the live desk. we want to take you to olympia, greece. the olympic torch is being lit. this kicks off the countdown to the summer games in rio. a greece gymnast will be the first of about 12,000 people to carry the torch. back to you. three arlington children are being praised for remembering what stranger danger means after two separate abduction attempts. both happened while the children were playing outside wednesday. this was on north 30th street. police tell us a man driving an older model navy blue pickup first approached would little girls and tried to lure them into his vehicle. when they ran away, the man fried agatry again with a little boy. he also ran away and told his mom. she tells news 4 she's thankful he remembered what to do. >> he just ran as fast as
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could. and i would say never get in anybody's car unless i have said it's okay. >> police are still looking for the suspect. you may have seen the picture online that got curt schilling fired from espn. he shared about transgender people and was severely criticized. then espn fired him yesterday. they called schilling 's conduct, quote, unacceptable. two south carolina state legislators want to make a point about abortion regulations, so they introduced a bill they know won't get very nar far. the bill would require men who use viagra to get a permission note from that are partners and also require member to take a stress test, get sexual counseling and be given information on celibacy. the bill comes in response to all of the rules the state's male dominated legislature places on abortion. so today might be a good day to grab lu
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jimmy john's is holding its annual customer appreciation day. subs are just $1. the deal includes sandwiches 1 through 6 on the menu. >> before the show is over, we need to find out what 1 through 6 is. >> ham and cheese, turkey. >> those are all good. >> can't be fancy. you can get the deal from 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. the closest store to here is in northwest on wisconsin avenue. i've been there. and i'm having a dollar sub for lunch perhaps. but i think there will be a long line. go early. we're digging into a developing story right now. arlington, an altercation ends in gunfire. we're live at the scene with what happe ne
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we're following a situation in arlington where a late night shooting had a stretch of columbia pike closed overnight. you can see the police represen there. we're live at the scene. and another day of flood warnings in houston rising concerns about the safety of some dams.
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and why a bad reaction could have you avoiding meals with beef. let's check in with chuck bell. >> looking good. outside this morning, a little cool out there. upper 40s to around 50 degrees. winchester, virginia one of our milder spots at 54. luray at 57 ap pe, pettersburg y in the mid-60s. high temperatures this afternoon, 76 in washington. we'll be dry in the metro. only chance for a shower, out in the blue ridge. maybe you're taking the family down to the old ballpark, nats back home again playing the twins tonight. first pitch at 7:00. 5:00 will afternoon on your way to the ballpark, 75 degrees. 70 at first pitch and mid-60s under increasingly cloudy skies,


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