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freddie gray died in police custody a year ago last week. hundreds march this had baltimore to remember him and show solidarity with his family. this afternoon activists will come together in west baltimore to talk about what happened since then. today students at two d.c. high schools will start and end school at new times and this is because of fights between students at dunbar high school and mckinry tech education campus. d.c. public schools say that those fights have been happening at metro stations. these new times should mean fewer students headed to the stations at the same time. the man in charge of preventing a national health crisis is outlining plans today to stop the zika virus. dr. tom frieden will lay out new details on where and how tfast the virus is spreading. frieden's briefing is set for this afternoon.
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department want to make sure neighbors know the signs of the virus. they will be handing out information throughout the community. zika is carried through mosquito bites and can cause serious birth defects. the virus has been traced to a specific kind of mosquito and local mosquitos are not currently infected. federal investigators are taking a look at the another incident on metro's rails. our news partners wtop report that the federal transit administration is involved after a fire in the red line tunnel. no one was hurt and the line is running again as normal. metro says an electrical arcing inside later is likely the cause. there are four things we soo know about the forecast today. >> and first can we just say welcome back? >> yes, we can. thank you. >> me? >> aaron gilchrist. he was gone all last week. our director was gone, too.
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oh, she missed you. >> thank you, melissa. >> welcome back, aaron. why want to be accused of not being part of the welcome wagon. temperatures this afternoon back up close to 80 once again. tomorrow also promises to be a very warm day, but it does come with a chance for some storms tomorrow afternoon. april showers may continue for much of the week as a very unsettled pattern returns beginning tomorrow afternoon. especially on into wednesday. headed out the door early this morning, 40s in the suburbs to around 50 downtown. we'll see a nice rise in temperatures today. we should be in the mid to upper 60s by noontime. 83 in fredericksburg. we'll take a look at the 7 day and the school day coming up. update on the problem in maeps, th manassas, that just cleared out of the way. we're talking about we
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open. no access to ramp 95 south because of a paving operation. 395, we had some road work there near duke street move out of the way, now southbound after seminary, we have the two left lanes getting by the work zone there. a live look 270 at montrose, no problems there northbound or south pound. i'll be back at 4:41 with a look at 95 in maryland.pound. i'll be back at 4:41 with a look at 95 in maryland. there are new developments in a grisly murder out of ohio. authorities say an execution-style murder of eight family members was premeditated and they say marijuana grow operations were found at three of four crime scenes in piketon. they say it is unclear what role that may have played in the killings. a manhunt is still you said way for whoever is responsible. >> i specifically told the rhoden family that i would be armed. and i would use what extent they have on to
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and their families. >> most of the family was targeted while they were sleeping. three children survived. the murder trial starts today for a silver spring man's death. prosecutors say morale les kill the victim, oscar navarro, he was tied from a blooddy palm print. and they knew each other. a former fairfax county police public information officer is expected in court on child porn charges. william bud walker is accused of possessing child pornography. investigators claim they tracked him uploading images online. walker has been out on poaen oe. he's not allowed to have unexdoctunsuper advised character can children or to use computer. and allegations of bullying of nicole mittendorff surfaced
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post and is looking into the matter of the keefe went chief say that the department cannot and will not tolerate bullying of any kind before nicole mitt p dr of was found thursday in a remote area of shenandoah national park. she had been missing for more than a week. 4:35. we turn to decision 20'2016 abo that gop presidential candidate stopping in rockville this afternoon tafter he has agreed to team up with ted cruz to stop trump. the candidates will still campaign against each other in other states set for primaries. the republican frontrunner took to twitter to blast his opponents. trump calls ted cruz and john kasich liars and he says the mathematically the campaigns are
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polls tomorrow to cast their ballots in a congressional race. david trone has already spent $12 million, the most any one candidate has ever spent. the race itself is the most expensive house primary in the county this election cycle. alsokathlecatkathleen matthews and jamie rascon and two former obama aides. d.c.'s professional soccer team gets would be stone step cs new home. city leaders will bring ground on the new stadium at buzzard point. the facility will be called d.c. united stadium for now. 20,000 seat stadium is expected to open by fall of 2018. well, keep your calendar open because the caps are moving on. they're about to face another team from pennsylvania, the pittsburgh penguins,
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the caps took out the flyers yesterday 1-0 was the final score. the caps have had a lot of disappointing exits from the playoffs in the past but they say not this time. >> we're completely different team, we're not buying into any of the past history of what washington's playoffs. we're trying to write our own history. >> that's right. he didn't let any goals in yesterday. game seven would have been tomorrow, but the caps did not let it get
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from china. a 6-foot sippinkhole just openep in the middle of the road pl police ran traffic copies in to t cones into the street to keep drivers from hitting the sending hole. >> hard to dodge that one. weather and traffic on the 1s. chuck bell has a look at the school day ahead. >> that's right. welcome back to work and school, everybody. it's an early start on a monday. current times is now 4:41 in the morning. a little on the chilly side, a lot of the suburbs are back down into the 40s this morning. so maybe that little layer of fleece first thing, but it's a-plus recess weather today. outside and enjoy it, midday temperatures in the low 70s. highs this this afternoon up to near 80 degrees once again. so don't forget the sun block, but after school activities, and you are back to shorts and sunglasses. if only we could all wear shorts to work, melissa. >> wouldn't that be nice,
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flip-flops. taking a look at the beltway, no major problems. look nice and green. 95 south the ramp to old keene mill road, again, no access because of the paving project. 395 south after seminary, still have that work zone there. and right now 95 in mattryland headed south, you're on time. decision 2016 heads to maryland tomorrow as well as several other key states. and if new poll numbers are any indication, two candidates are expected to do extremely well. the direction a lot of people may be headed when they cast their vote. and hate signs discovered near a montgomery county school. the syol investigators are mb
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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 and i approve this message.
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welcome back. gop candidates are now teaming up against donald trump. tracie potts joins us live with more on what to expect. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well, expect a lot of back and fort from both sides on those primaries tomorrow, but the developing news overnight about the republicans, officially now ted cruz and john kasich put out press releases saying that they will stay out of each other's way in certain states so that the other candidate can go one-on-one with donald trump. for cruz that means indiana where he's challenging trump to another debate. and then for john kasich, that means oregon and new mexico where cruz has agreed to step back. you can imagine the reaction d
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tweeting this is desperation, that both of these kit candidat are mathematically tedead. democrats are competing up and down the east coast tomorrow. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill for us, thank you. 4:46. it's already been a busy day for president obama. right now he's in germany where he's touring the largest industrial fair in the world with chancellor angela merkel. he's expected to be in meetings in a couple of hours with the chancellor and the leaders of england, italy and france. just before 11:00 our time, he will hop on air force one and head back to joint base andrews. the president is praising germany's handling of you are europe's migrant crisis. in the united states there is a big opposition to admitting syrian refugees, but nearly 1 million are being resettled in germany. it's a policy donald trump calledns
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chancellor merkel and took a swipe at the republican frontrunner. >> she's on the right side of history on this. and for her to take on some very tough politics in order to express not just humanitarian concern but also a practical concern that in globalized world, it is very difficult for us to simply build walls. >> the president and the chancellor disagree on creating safe zones inside syria. president obama has repeatedly said such a move would put too many american ground troops in harm's way. they're known as the 28 pages blacked out from public record that could detail saudi connections to the 9/11 attackers. now the obama administration will likely release at least part of those documents. the pages are kept in a
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capitol and are not completed in the official 9/11 police report. t commission report. they may detail what if any kind of assistance saudi arabia a gave to the attackers while they were in the u.s. before 9/11. we've learned the name of a man who was killed in the brightwood park neighborhood. police say 38-year-old demus lazzo was stabbed several times this weekend. police are offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. right now a virginia family needs your help finding a missing woman. julie dowdy goes by maureen and she hasn't been seen since yesterday afternoon in woodbridge. police say she left her home voluntarily, but may need medical help. she may be on foot. call prince william county police if you've seen her. a montgomery county woman is in needs of a new home this morning. fire gutted her home early sunday morning.
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sherbrooke woods lane in the white oak area. the woman was able to escape the house but was treated for smoke inhalation. the fire melted the siding on the house next door. >> my boy was still sleeping, so i wake them up and the smoke was getting thick. >> i saw like this ball of fire. >> the cause of the fire remains under investigation. nazi symbolism spray painted on a bench outside bell elementary in rockville. it happened yesterday afternoon. montgomery county police say this there is no indication is this a hate crime. they drive the same streets but getting paid a lot less."washington post" reports that d.c. circulator drivers are among the lowest paid transit operators in the area. it reports that the drivers could make about $10 more per hour if they work for metro. now the union that backs those drivers is asking the
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more money. city leaders say they're trying to find extra funds but have not made any commitments. d.c. police will target and ticket pedestrians and bicyclists today, part of the street smart public safety campaign aimed at curbing injuries and fatalities on the roads. you will see police enforcing the laws during the day. some fines can reach up to $500. a new look for a barber shop with a lot of history. gleg's barber shop has been located on 7th street northwest since 1913. the shop is cloied today while volunteers from howard university and the shaw main street organization give a fresh coat of paint and install new floors and electrical systems. frank love has been cutting hair there since 1961. he's seen a lot of famous faces in his time. >> we had james brown and band members used to come in when they would come to town. >> frank love will be back in the shop tomorrow when it
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reopens. >> wonderful. a very lucky man from virginia is getting a big prize today. someone scratched a $5 million lottery ticket, all we know right now, that he is from vienna. this afternoon the virginia lottery will present the winner with his prize. >> and then he will be running. grab the check and get out of there. 4:51. chuck bell is joining us this morning. >> welcome back. did you go anywhere fun on your vacation? >> i did. >> he's not allowed to talk about it on the air. >> really? >> what happens -- no. all right. let's talk about the weather, though. >> sounds much more interesting all right. but you're right, it is time to talk about the weather. a little warm air has followed -- you must have come from somewhere tropical is all i can say and brought the warm air with you. because last week a little cooler around here and we're back into the 80s starting later this this afternoon. southerly breezes are back in fashion. much warmer today. we should be 10 to 15 degrees
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yesterday in fact. plenty of sunshine for us today. not much of a rain chance. rain chances aren't completely zero, but they're below 10%. so weather and the impact it will have on your outdoor plans, sunny and warm. tomorrow a risk of thunderstorms late in the evening hours. wednesday not a big rain chance, there could be a scattered shower or two on wednesday. for today, though, we're all dry around here public traveling northbound, you may run into raindrops across upstate new york, but nothing to worry about for us. temperatures this afternoon, climbing well into the upper 70s and low 80s about 83 in manassas today, 78 in gaithersburg, 80 in frederick. here is the way future weather handles any chances for rain today. not much of a threat, but 11:00 tonight, maybe one or two lonesome sprinkles, but i don't think that will be much of an issue. a little better chance for showers comes in tomorrow. maybe a rumble or two of thunder around lunchtime tomorrow and then io
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and evening, here is 7:00 tomorrow night, that is baseball game time for the nationals and phillies. tomorrow afternoon going into tomorrow evening. so the way only looks, more dry than wet, but there will be a risk of showers or a thunderstorm around in the afternoon. so if you're going down to the nats/phillies game tomorrow evening, is delay is certainly a possibility. but still worth going down there just in case we will pull out another big win. here is your seven day forecast. 81 today, 85 tomorrow, but that's it for the warm air. rest of the week, a lot of clouds around and a hit and miss shower chance almost each and every day, but rain most likely on tuesday and thursday. that a check on the forecast. we'll focus on the next 24 hours coming up. but now time for traffic. >> happy monday, everybody. 395 south after seminary, still have the work zone sticking away with the two left lanes getting by. doesn't seem to be slow willing things to which. the ramp tol
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under way. taking a look at prince george's county, overall no major issues. and you can see 50 is just fine this morning. don't have any worries there. top of beltway and all of those routes in and out of town looking quite good. top of the beltway at colesville road, inner loop and outer loop rolling along just fine. i'll see you back here at 5:01. and we'll take a look at 270. we're monitoring the latest developments out of north carolina this morning. and the state's controversial law about where transgender people use the restroom. why things could heat up in just a few hours. a new warning when it comes to kids and overdoses. the new drug some teens are turning to. and bad news if you have to fill up before you head to work this morning. why gas prices recently jumpe almosd t
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but jamie raskin is the only abdemocrat for congress who led the fight for tougher gun laws. only raskin took on the nra to ban military-style assault weapons.
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if you are away from your tv, come take a look at your screen. we're off to an okay start this morning with current temperatures sitting in the 40s and 50s in most places. but could we see the 80s today? chuck bell has a look at the hour by hour forecast at 5:01. several rallies are planned this north carolina today as lawmakers look at a bathroom law. the current law choirs transgender to use bath
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certificate. last night north carolina swore in its first openly gay elected member of the state general assembly. >> i don't think that you can have effective dialogue or debate about legislation that would affect lgbt people without an lgbt person, so i think i can build consensus. several protests are planned outside the capitol building in raleigh. new concern over a pain medication 50 times more powerful than heroin and also cheaper to make. the drug is intended to be used in p hospitals to treat pain, but fentanyl is increasingly being produced on the black market. it is in such high demand that the ctc adc has issued national alerts. >> it's a time bomb. totally dangerous. and patients really are playing with death if they're using it out of the hospital setting. >> law enforcement officers say the drug is ofn
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heroin and given to unsaysuspec users. >> just in time for the new workweek, gas prices continue to climb. the cost of gas jumped about eight cents in the last two weeks. s national average is $2.18. an increase in the cost of making summer gas is part of the problem. the average cost across metro d.c. is about $2.13. three cents higher than a week ago. amazon and youtube do it, now net mix could be considering letting you download movies and shows. they say it's something we should keep an open mind about. right now you can only stream shows. downloading would allow you to watch even if you're not connected to the internet. firefighters often go above and beyond the call of duty, but one teenage girl says they even saved her prom night. a fire broke out in her family's home in many a day
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the firefighters grabbed her dress but smoke damage had already ruined it. so the firefighters contacted a store where she bought the dress and were able to get her a new dress in the same color. other area businesses chipped into give the teen and her date a free dinner before the big dance on saturday night. lovely. i'm angie goff here at the live desk. one month after the brussels bombings, the subway station that was hit reopened. you're looking at new video that shows that there are passengers and also heavy security on the first trains. we know that there are police escorts actually on the trains themselves. now, it is one of two places that was attacked by isis suicide bombers that killed 32 people last month. we also know a tribute wall to the victims was set up at the station. coming up on 5:01. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we want to check our weather with chuck bell. pret


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