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in just the past hour, new information in metro's general manager. the plan he's laying out could make a dramatic difference. a live look at the u.s. capitol at noon today. a group will be handing out joints. the message the group wants congress to see and hear. temperatures are warming up. here's a nice look outside. we do have some more rain in the forecast though for later on this afternoon, everyon the cha for thunderstorms. i'll show you the timing of that coming up. good morning.
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news4 midday. metro needs even more money to keep the system up and running for the next decade. >> the breakdown looks a bit like this. metro wants $15.5 billion over the next ten years. that's 1.5 billion a year. it also wants dedicated funding to the tune of 500 million every year. for d.c. and virginia, you'll likely pay some kind of tax. the cap increases at 3% a year. just a few minutes ago, wiedefeld was asked if he thinks this proposal will become a reality. he says he remains positive. >> the system cannot fail. we've got to get this right. the future of this region is dependent upon it, and we have to do what it takes to get there. >> for workers, wiedefeld wants changes
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let's turn to the weather now. a much warmer day ahead after some morning rain. sun's out. >> you see on the right hand side of your screen temperatures close to 70 degrees. as we go through the rest of the afternoon, we're talking about temperatures in the low 80s. currently 68 degrees in the district. we had that morning rain, but now those clouds starting to clear out for part of the area. as we go into the afternoon, 80s return, low 80s. then we see a bit of a dip by about 5:00 p.m. that's because we also expect scattered showers, maybe even some thunderstorms. right now we're nice and dry. off to our west, you still notice some showers flaring up. we're still in this unsettled weather pattern. more rain though as we go into yourwe
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forecast coming up. a metro car is getting transformed, and there's a chance you can see it again in montgomery county. a sculptor is returning the retired car into benches and industrial art. we are live at his warehouse in brookville, maryland. what does it look like? >> reporter: this is really a cool project. just take a look behind me here. we've been hearing for sometime about how the metro is decommissioning the 4,000 series rail cars. five squares development has teamed up with new york artists and they are literally slicing up an 80,000-pound metro rail car. take a look at the video of some of the work they're doing here. they're going to turn some pieces of the main body of the car into
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they're slicing the car up into seven different directions. then they'll be using pretty much everything they can. the goal is to recycle and reuse as much as possible. they'll take the shell of the car and make those kiosks. they'll be taking the seats and the benches we're familiar with. those will be outdoor seating. >> it's art. it's sculpture. it's entertaining the public. it's recycling. it's bringing back history. when you walk into one of these cars, you just get a feeling of going back in time. >> reporter: and the old rail car, where will it be found? you'll see it at the grove metro station.
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here. another reason to use the metro cars. a lot of work still to be done. they have quite a lot of things left to do, but a really cool way to use an old metro car. back to you guys. >> indeed. thanks very much. meanwhile a new security measure at the white house is making people see it from the back. the secret service has perman t permanently closed the south lawn fence. that's where tourists used to stand on the sidewalk to snap those pictures. recent attempts to jump on the white house lawn has forced the secret service to beef up security. meanwhile foreign policy will be the focus of the trump administration today. secretary of state rex tillerson is talking tough on iran while the white house is explaining why a ship that was supposed to be heade t
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>> reporter: secretary of state rex tillerson accused iran of sponsoring terrorists, violating human rights, and making the middle east instable. >> an unchecked iran has the potential to travel the same path as north korea and take the world along with it. >> reporter: but he admits iran is complying with the nuclear deal. the state department is reviewing whether the u.s. should stick with it. >> to tear up the iran deal would mean we would be giving iran a license to go get a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: president trump calls it a bad deal, but endless worry there's a risk going against the agreement to impose sanctions. >> the sanctions are reimposed on iran. iran could walk away from the deal. >> we're well aware of any potential negative impacts an action could have. >> reporter: the administration is also explaining why a strike group that was supposed to be
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>> we are sending an armada. >> reporter: -- was actually going in the opposite direction. >> she will be on her way, and i'll determine when she gets there. >> reporter: promising help ais on the way when it is not could rattle our allies in asia. vice president mike pence is visiting indonesia today. he announced president trump will attend a summit with the leaders of asian countries later this year. >> it's a sign, i hope, to all of our firm and unwavering commit to build on the strong foundation we already share. >> that meeting
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november. authorities are investigating an alleged stalker who they say turned up at malia obama's workplace in manhattan on three separate occasions this month alone. our sister station wnbc cite law enforcement sources saying the man had a sign with a marriage proposal. he was turned over to the hospital for a psychological evaluation. the secret service is not commenting at this time. it is april 20th or 4/20. this year marijuana supporters are taking their call for legalization directly to capitol hill. advocates for legalized pot plan to hand out free joints to members of congress and congressional staffers. it's part of a protest that starts in just about an hour against federal
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states that have legalized marijuana use. it will take place at first street and constitutional avenue northeast. former president george h.w. bush is still in a houston hospital this morning, but he could be heading home soon. he is recovering from a mild case of pneumonia. bush is regaining his strength and his spirit. you might remember that bush spent 16 days in the hospital for treatment of pneumonia back in january. today a multimillion dollar project to repair or reconstruct eight alleys in d.c. gets under way. we have video from last year's alleypalooza. those sustainable materials will capture and filter storm water runoff before polluting rivers and streams. it will take about eight weeks to complete. his murder dominated the news in recent days. we're going to show you the new tribute to the 74-year-old whose
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facebook page of his killer. and the steps local lawmakers are now taking to clean up your neighborhood of any
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shooting of robert godwin in cleveland, spencer painted a portrait in godwin's honor. it received thousands and thousands of comments and a lot of shares as well. >> that expression on his face in this picture, you see a lot of things. you see how kind he is. you see that he's not an evil person. >> the portrait also went to godwin's daughter. spencer sent it to her for free. >> that is beautiful. >> it is a beautiful piece. switching gears. speculation this morning from aaron hernandez's legal team that he did not commit suicide. he was serving a life sentence for murder. guards found him hanged by a bed sheet in his cell, but his lawyers say his death was suspicious and they're calling for a detailed investigation. >> very hard for me to accept the fact he may have committed suicide. >> hernandez's legal t
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wants his murder conviction overturned because the appeals process wasn't done, but the mother of the victim, odin lloyd, is pushing forward with a wrongful death lawsuit. all that's left to decide is the amount of damages that should be awarded to the family. maryland's emergency management agency is partnering up with a popular app. it will announce details of its affiliation with nextdoor. it's helped people across maryland, d.c., and virginia provide information to their neighbors about safety concerns. lots of other cool stuff you can do there as well. it's even helped police solve a couple of crimes. maryland will be the first state to connect its emergency management agency with the app. well, there's a push in montgomery and prince george's county to do something about zombie
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they are neglected properties often in disrepair. darcy spencer is talking to homeowners who live near some of these homes. >> reporter: neighbors say no one has lived in this house for years. they haven't seen the owner in sometime. they've grown frustrated as the house has continued to deteriorate. >> the house has been abandoned for at least a decade, and it's just crumbiling and falling apart. >> reporter: tom huckhucker is trying to deal with properties in foreclosure. >> they're targets for arson and fires, utility problems. there's drug parties that go on
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>> reporter: and the county is going after vacant property owners with threats of big fines if they don't make improvements. this is another house in silver spring that hasn't been lived in sometime. >> that house has been an eyesore for a very long time. >> reporter: here in prince george's county they're also dealing with vacant, abandoned and foreclosured properties. the council is also taking action to hold banks accountable. mel franklin is proposing a package of bills to go after banks and others to better maintain zombie foreclosures. >> zombie foreclosure is not a complete foreclosure, but the former homeowner is gone. there is this limbo of who is accountable for this property. let's show you a live look outside right now. our region is getting its best report card ever on air quality, but a
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still a threat to the public's health departme health. d.c., arlington, and prince george's county received f grades. loudoun and arundel received ds. and fairfax and montgomery county, cs. if you think your teen is always on social media, you're right. sq >> a new poll breaks down which sites they're using the most. >> 75% of teens are using instagram and snapchat. two-thirds use facebook. the poll also revealed that older teens with access to a smartphone were among the highest users of social media sites. harper high in the air to
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center, going back. grand slam. bryce harper. >> that was one, one of two grand slams in the nats game yesterday. and they weren't even the biggest thing in sports around here. the wizards and capitals both getting big playoff wins. the caps now coming back home all evened up. sherry burris is with the team and has the play you just have to see. >> reporter: playing in front of his grandfather, tom wilson scores two first period goals. the most impressive part, diving into his own net to keep the puck out of it. then racing down ice and deflecting a shot from eller into the leaf net, one of two goals in an impressive g
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>> it's that time of year. there are some fabulous heroes. not always the ones you think that are going to be there. he played hard. he went to the net, got rewarded. his game continues to grow. >> when your a kid, you always have a big dreams. i was lucky enough to fulfill them. it's a huge privilege. fun to win in toronto for sure. >> reporter: the caps and their momentum return to the verizon series on friday for game five. we can't move on without mentioning the nfl. we're going to learn the redskins regular season schedule later today. there's a two-hour special program where the schedule will be announced. that's happening at 8:00 tonight. sheena is back after the break to look ahead to the weekend. outdoor plans, it could be in jeopardy.
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list of most influential people. see the familiar faces in the white house that made the top 100.
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stronand restoringding a a father's faith.. it's standing tall after one surgery... not six.
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disorder. stronger is finding it earlier... and coming home sooner. stronger is seeking answers... and not giving up, until you find them. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger. today "time" released its list of the 100 most influential people of 2017. >> gavin grid made the list this year. he's the youngest person on this ye
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president trump, ivanka, jared kushner, steve bannon, and reince priebus all made that list. >> it also includes simone biles, pope francis, and viola davis. dozens of people had to be rescued in fact from the high water and the flooding situation here. >> take a look at the water there. up to car windows and right now they're kind of wading through that. three women were trapped inside a burger king in the shopping center there. they did make it out alive, but they did lose everything they had with them. >> i'm cold. my phone is destroyed. i don't have no blanket, no jacket, no nothing. i don't know what to do. >> i'd consider myself lucky and i'm sure they do. it looked bad in ohio. chec
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the midwest was slammed by lightning, thunder, and sheets of rain. no reports of serious damage or injuries. >> i don't think they have any reprieve coming anytime soon. i think their forecast is still rainy. i think they've got more rain coming for them today. >> the good thing is they have really dried out for a while. there are still storms that are going to be moving through. we have a round of showers and storms as we go through the afternoon today. don't put away with the umbrella just yet. we'll have quite a bit of a breakthrough the middle of the day. then we go into the afternoon. we're going to warm up to the low 80s. that's going to help fuel some showers, even some thunderstorms as we go through the afternoon hours. so that'll be later on today. then we go i tntohe weekend and we're talking about rain. sunday could be a day where we see pretty steady rainfall too. here's a look at satellite and radar. the clouds are starting to break. we have plenty of sunshine. that's going to help the temperatures jump up.
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pattern. shower chances today, tomorrow, and over the weekend. 68 degrees currently in the district. we're warming up. leesburg, 72. quanti quantico, 69 degrees right now. here's future weather. it starts to move this cloud cover away. we see the breaks of sun. 4:00 p.m., we could already see some showers and maybe some thunderstorms developing in areas like leesburg, the shenandoah valley. by 9:00 p.m., we could have some stragglers. overnight, we do start to dry out a bit. if you're walking the dog or you need one to walk, we have xena here. temperatures will be in the low 70s, but we will be dry. 5:00 p.m., that's a better chance for a shower or thunderstorm. even by 7:00 p.m. temperatures will be around the low 80s today, so much warmer today. afternoon shower or storm stays t
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tomorrow we'll be in the low 80s again. afternoon showers still in the forecast. look at the weekend though. mid 60s on saturday. rain more likely the second half of the day. by sunday, that looks like some steadier rain. could be holding temperatures down into the 50s. we'll take a look at the ten-day forecast coming up. a federal lawsuit brought by a so-called dreamer deported to mexico has taken a new twist. the judge assigned to the case getting a lot of attention. danger on a popular online gaming site for kids. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. gaming site for kids. maybe that's why we've been ranked highest in customer satisfaction
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find your awesome with the xfinity x1 voice remote. that's amazing! president trump is going to face off again against the u.s. district judge that he publicly accused of being biassed. >> the first time mr. trump clashed with judge curiel was over a trump university lawsuit. this time the judge will preside over an immigration case involving a so-called dreamer who was recently deported. >> reporter: judge gonzalo curiel back in the spotlight. he's the judge who then candidate trump thrust into the headlines saying -- >> i have a judge who is a hater of donald trump, a hater. he's
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his name is gonzalo curiel. >> reporter: the world first met judge curiel last year when he oversaw a lawsuit against trump university. >> the judge was appointed by barack obama, federal judge. [ booing ] >> frankly, he should recuse himself. >> i believe he happens to be spanish, which is fine. he is hispanic, which is fine. we haven't asked for a recusal. should have been thrown out. >> reporter: mr. trump arguing judge curiel was biassed because of his quote, mexican heritage. >> he's a mexican. we're building a wall between here and mexico. the answer is he is giving us a very unfair ruling. >> reporter: judge curiel approved a $25 million settlement between trump university and students who clai t
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seminars. mr. trump never admitted any wrongdoing. juan manuel says back in february he was arrested and deported from a southern california city for no reason. when he tried to reenter the country again, he was deported back to mexico again. he has dhaak daca status. in an interview overnight, his lawyer wouldn't respond to the flap over the judge, but stressed her client will be vindicated. >> to this day, he doesn't understand why he was deported even though he had permission to be in the country. >> reporter: a case that's a leag legal flash point. >> how did judge curiel wind up
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known dreamer to get deported? according to california southern district court, it was random. simply the luck of the draw. bill o'reilly out at fox news. the network's parent company announced the decision yesterday. it comes after five women had been paid $13 million in settlements involving sexual harassment claims against o'reilly. dozens of advertisers drop their commercials from his show. mr. o'reilly released a statement yesterday reading in part, quote, it is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims. a memorial service planned tomorrow to remember specialist jeremy tomlin. the 22-year-old died in a military helicopter crash in st. mary's county monday. he grew up in chapel hill, tennessee, and his mother said he always knew
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right now in the district the police are looking for the same man in two separate sexual assault cases. the first happened just before 10:00 in the morning. that was on april 6th. police say a woman was groped by a man twice. that second incident happened a week later on 34th street around 6:30 in the morning. in this case the woman said the man had a knife. the description of the suspect is similar in both cases. he was wearing a black jacket with green on the sleeves. now police are also looking for information from parents in montgomery county after a man tried to abduct two boys from a playground and exposed himself to a young girl. on easter sunday, montgomery county police say he tried to pull the boys into his apartment in white oak. they were able to get away, but that happened after police say he exposed himself to a teen girl.
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balcony just steps from the playground. if you've never heard of roadblocks, chances are your kids have. it is in fact one of the most popular online gaming sites for children, but predators can be lurking in that online world looking for ways to exploit them. a mom's son was contacted by a man in virginia. >> reporter: building legos is about all this 12-year-old can do now after his mom took away his computer, phone, and electronic devices. >> i worry about what it's done psychologically to my son. >> reporter: about a year ago, her son met another player on roblox, which allows anyone to play cartoon type games. many games involve role-playing made possible with a chat function, which the company says is highly regulated. why did they start texting each other? >> because of the filter,
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person was able to talk my son into texting. >> reporter: this mom, who does not want to be identified to protect her son, says the chat filters which were able to block curse words couldn't stop the man from sending his phone number. for one month, they sent each other thousands of text messages. >> texts with this person were very dark and sexual and violent. >> reporter: because her son deleted all the messages, she couldn't read them right away, but through a private investigator they recovered many of them and they were able to trace his phone number. >> the person told him he was 15. he was a 56-year-old man in virginia. >> reporter: after the texts were discovered, the boy contacted his so-called friend to warn him. his friend wrote, if they want to clear up the whole predator thing, they only need to call.
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>> you read that to mean? >> this is a predator who is over the age of 18 and was aware my son was under the age. >> reporter: roblox, which claims nearly 50 million users a month and says it is in the world's number one gaming site for kids and teens, told the i-team safety is their top priority. there are several safeguards in pla place, including chat restrictions for users 16 and under. her son started at the age of 13, but changed it at the urging of his so-called friend. >> it gives them a way to groom them in getting them off of the game and onto texts. >> roblox is investigating the user who contacted that 12-year-old boy and hiscc
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today kicks off four days of celebration for the music and life of musical icon prince. it will happen at paisley park studios where he lived, worked, and died. people who knew him best will come together for live music, panel discussions. prince passed away april 21st at the age of 57. the band revolution is getting ready to hit the road. the band says this is how they want to cope with prince's unexpected death. that tour will stop at the fillmore in silver springs in maryland april 27th. tickets are $35. don't put the umbrellas away. we may see some more showers later today. a look at some local inneries becom
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engines firing now, building up to flight speed, and liftoff. jack fisher on their way to the international space station. >> he's going to say those names so much better than i'll be able to. two new crew members are now on board the international space station. this is video from their rocket launch in kazakhstan earlier today. it latched onto the i.s.s. just a few hours ago. now the people on board are moving into their new temporary home. they'll be there for the next four months. mr. fisher's very first time in space. very cool. >> i love that. live pictures and everything, really cool to see. you had a school visit that was so fun yesterday. a lot of cute kiddos. >> we talked about all things weather related, but mostly tornados, hurricanes, and lightning. they like the
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this was in herndon, virginia. look at all the kids. they were so much fun. first graders. they asked a lot of very interesting, as first graders do when you allow them. what-if questions thrown in there, but a lot of fun. i had a good time, so thanks for having me. hopefully you were able to see yourself on tv. we have a lot of the clouds clearing out. we had the rain earlier. we have another round of showers later on this afternoon. 68 degrees. more sunshine across the area. some spots are in the 70s already. 72 leesburg and winchester. fredericksburg is up to 71. here's a look at satellite and radar. some clouds still around, but we're still in this unsettled weather pattern, so look what's going to happen later on today. future weather at 3:30 showing some showers, maybe some thunderstorms developing mostly west of the district. then moving through 5:30
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expect some scattered showers to be around. if you're exercising today by noon, still looks dry. 72 this afternoon. then that chance of showers and storms starts to increase. take a look at the pollen forecast. it's going to stay high for the rest of the week into your saturday. sunday it's going to go down. that's because we expect some pretty steady rain. could be even lower as we go into monday. 80s today and tomorrow. the weekend will be cooler. sunday we could be in the 50s with all that rain movie ining we'll tell you about the birth that's being described as both exciting and emotional. a special opening at d.c.'s gala hispanic theater. the first in the u.s. for a
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♪ it's the broadway hit made famo famous before "hamilton." it was "in the heights." it is coming to d.c. in espanol. joining me today is the founder and the director and choreographer. thank you so much for joining us this afternoon. we're so happy you can be with us here today. >> thank you. >> you have
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i mean, this has tonys and a grammy behind it. you guys have done so many different plays. why select this one? >> first of all, i don't know. i can't believe that i selected already. such a big enterprise. >> yes. >> well, but it is a very important play not only because of music done beautifully also, but the message is about this community unified, trying to look for a home in this niche in new york. >> speaking of the message, l u luis, tell me about the message. >> it is three days in the life of washington heights of this latino kmuncommunity that comes together. these are simple problems that are really deep.
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today i might not have money to buy milk. then a dream becomes extremely positive and marvelous. the bigger issue is this daughter who is trying to get out and do something great with her life. going to college, which is a universal issue, and the parents trying to get her by that. >> that is oftentimes a hard issue. talk to me a little bit also about some of the challenges maybe in translating this because this is a spanish production. for people who do not speak spanish, you can still come and enjoy this and understand every bit of this play. tell me the reasoning behind that. >> the fact is that people in this particular play in the washington heights speak spanish and english. >> spanglish. >> right. there is no way to be straight spanish. not at all. >> you get that spanglish. we're going to
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spanish, but there's english subtitles too. >> and spanish subtitles too so when we speak english, they understand it. >> we got the rights for spanish and english. the conflict still lives in the english. already the audience is dealing with a multicultural issue as well. >> everything about this play, when you watch it, it just screams our life and our culture. what is the takeaway, do you think, for the audiences that will sit down and enjoy this at gala? >> at this time in the political environment, it is to celebrate and validate that we are enough. [ speaking spanish ] to know that home is here and the hydrants open up.
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it important to give that permission to continue to be who we are. >> absolutely. wonderful. [ speaking spanish ] gala hispanic theater in washington, d.c. you can go starting this weekend. "in the heights," we hope that you enjoy it. we'll be talking with those guys behind the scenes on social media as well. right now, there's a new baby whale orca at seaworld park in san antonio. we're still waiting to learn whether the calf is the male or female. this is the last orca that will be born in captivity at seaworld. well, it's the perfect place to let your hair down, even with the kids in tow. we're talking about the winery in bull run, virginia. it's being
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"washingt "washingtonian." >> my husband and i were happy because we were able to relax and enjoy ourselves while the kids played. >> now the winery at bull run has several acres strictly for children. angie shares more about the winery's offerings and a behind-the-scenes look at the facility at 5:00. a drugstore chain is coming back. we'll tell you what prompted the change. join us later today for the "ellen degeneres show." you can catch "ellen" right here
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great news as we head closer to summer and outdoor dinners. it's going to be a good year for crab feasts. this is great news for me. this is all i want to do. any birthday. coming up, a survey by the virginia institute of marine service and the maryland department of national resources says the chesapeake bay has the most female blue crabs since they started serving the population 28 years ago. that means a substantial harvest this year. just three years ago, there were so few female crabs harvesting casts had to be in ac
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cost of cigarettes to burn a hole in smokers' wallets. he backed a series of plans that would drastically cut down the number of smokers by the year 2020. one of the plans would raise the cost of a pack from $10.50 to $13. city lawmakers are expected to take up the proposals next month. cvs is also thinking about your health. >> cvs is getting rid of the candy counter. it plans to reduce shelf space for junk food. cvs will make the changes at several hundred stores by the next year as it reinvents itself image as a beacon of healthy living. well, you won't need gas money or even a car to get to the beach this summer. make a bus is adding a virginia beach stop to its route. you'll be able to catch a bus from union station start
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may. megabus already has stops in hampton and richmond, virginia. some fares are as low as $1 each way. a group of nearly two dozen girls in new york are part of a sisterhood that is nearly 3 million strong across the world. >> their troop is unlike almost any other thanks to an extra special bond. >> ready? on my honor -- >> on my honor -- >> reporter: the members of troupe 6,000 are especially proud to be girl scouts. >> if there was anything one thing you want to know about your girl scout troupe, what would it be? >> that we all share. >> that we're equal. >> that we all act like we're real sisters. >> reporter: but there's something else. none of them have a home. >> i have to make it seem like everything's going to be okay because if i break down, they're going to break down and we'll just be a
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>> reporter: she started this troupe as an oasis for her three daughters. the family of five shares this tiny room in a homeless shelter. >> you all share the same bed? >> yes. >> we don't have our home anymore, so we don't have our space. >> reporter: troupe 6,000 new york's first for homeless girls is now 28 strong. >> do you all live here together? >> yeah. >> reporter: offering them a chance to participate in a time-honored tradition. >> girl scouts has made this place everyon better because i e something to look up to on fridays. i get to do my project with my friends. >> mom, you're wiping away tears. what do you think when you hear what your daughters are saying? >> i'm just so proud of them. i ask myself how did i get so
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found the shelter of sisterhood. >> our small voice can change the world. >> not a dry eye in the house. >> okay. please help. >> we'll talk about the weather now. we'll talk about the weather. temperatures as we go through the afternoon, they'll be warming up into the low 80s. we're talking about an afternoon chance for some scattered showers, maybe a couple of thunderstorms. tomorrow same thing. saturday, we'll be a little cooler in the mid 60s. mostly cloudy. mostly rain the second half of your saturday. sunday though, that could be a steadier rain. it looks like it is going to be starting early in the morning, and that would be holding temperatures down into the mid 50s. next week looks nice and dry. that's it for "news4 midday." >> you can get news and weather updates any time with the
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stand by, everyone. we're live in five, four, three, two, one. the end of an era. it looks like o'reilly may be out of a job, but luckily he still has his publishing empire. he is the author of "killing lincoln," "killing kennedy," and his latest book, "killing my career." >> you knew the late night guys were going to have a field day with o'reilly's firing. you probably heard right now that o'reilly is out at the fox news channel. >> he was forced out amid all the sexual harassment allegations which he continues to deny. how about this statement? he says in this statement, "it is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims." continues to deny that there has ever


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