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stronger is being a typical kid... despite a rare 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. breaking news tonight out of arlington. policear e investigating a stabbing attack that left one man dead. this is a look at the scene. and a very active scene with emergency officials right now. the 100 block of south green road. another man was also hurt. the suspect is on the run apparently and police say it's the first homicide in arlington countedy this year and we're going to continue to work the story and bring you developments as they
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the newsroom. and the sounds of amazing grace fill an auditorium in richmond, virginia, tonight. a tribute to trooper chad dur meyer who lost his life in the line of duty yesterday. tonight, he was remembered as a man always smiling and thank you for joining us. i'm bruce johnson. >> i'm lesli foster. friends and family and fellow officers came together trying to find a way to deal with a devastating loss and let's get to allison for a look at how state trooper chad der meyer is being remembered tonight. >> reporter: the community is reeling over the attack and this evening, some chose to honor him by vowing to support officers just like him. >> and the bullet that struck the officer and killed him was a bullet that indirectly was aimed for every single person in this room, every citizens,
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it was aimed at society. >> and the active shooting, 2010 north boulevard. >> reporter: yesterday, 34-year- old james brown shot and killed the trooper at a greyhound stop in richmond. they say yet happened because he stopped to talk to him. >> and -- [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: this was not brown's first run-in with police. he had a long and violent record, one that included murder. >> wow. >> what are they for? >> the police car. >> reporter: across the city, people mourned for a trooper that most never met. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: tonight's prayer vigil, officers and civilians did the same. it was not about one officer. it was for all of them. >> and i back the blue. i stand for the blue. i honor the blue and the men and women that serve. >> reporter: almost every
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person in the auditorium wore blue to show their support for law enforcement. the flowers, blue and white, meant to do the same. >> and those that serve in law enforcement are only regular citizens that also want to go home. >> reporter: dur meyer is reportedly the 15th police officer killed by gunfire this year and one group said that is more than double what it was than this time last year. >> 150%. how is that acceptable? how do we not stand up and say i this has to stop. >> reporter: tomorrow at about noon, a rally is set to take place at the law enforcement memorial. the event is organized by a group called united for blue, the second time they have done it. they will march from the memorial to the u.s. capital to show sent for police officers. reporting live, alan -- i'm allison barber, wusa 9. and more than 100 police officers will take part in an 11-mile race to honor another fallen officer, prince william
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county police officer ashley gwendon. she was shot and killed on her first day on the job. and last month while responding to a domestic violence call in woodbridge, she was killed. tomorrow's race is to begin near the marine corps base quantico and members of her family plan to be there to cheer on the runners. >> and yellow weather alert is in affect and a lot of you saw good thunderstorms in your neighborhood and these are a couple of shots taken by the wusa 9 news team and mike hydek and will -- now that the storms moved through, the temperatures are dropping and the wind is going on. >> and let's go to howard bernstein and we're looking at frost and freeze advisories. >> and tomorrow night, it's wild with winds gusting to 50 miles per hour and north and west, we make it cold enough for the warnings and some strong thunderstorms that hit and miss coming through this evening. the one that came through earlier, it was all of the way
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coast already. and i have been tracking a couple of showers on a front pushing through the metro and you see them to the east, especially there north of annapolis and into the eastern shore and a couple of light sprinkles across the areas not far from bowie, odenton area and this is the picture mike hydeck took at 7:15. and imagine the storm putting out a gust of wind in front of it and it's kicking up, like a wave on the ocean crashing. and temps are still warm. national 74 on the hour and pittsburgh in the 40s. the frond you can pick out easily and pushing through d.c. right now and the dew points into the 30s in cumberland and that is some drier, cooler air moving in. tomorrow, showers in the morning, especially south and it can interfere with early plans and in the afternoon, sunshine that is going to be breezy with highs in the low to mid-60s and a lot of stuff
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and during the weekend, download our wusa 9 first alert weather app. take the weather wherever you are if you can't join us on tv or the web and i will see you inside in a few minutes with the seven-day forecast. . and thank you, howard. new concerns out of prince georges county tonight. a lengthy report by under arrest editorial partnerships at "the washington post." and it raises new questions about policies within the school system. and after digging through the policies, two reporters realized abuse has happened in the county before and the school system was warned about updating their procedures. >> and the other key finds was that we showed the policies and procedures at the school system and what they have to several experts and they said that, you know, these are not detailed enough and it's vague, more needs to be done here. >> a school spokesperson could not comment on when that policy was last updated but they said reatry evething was being
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will release the findings in may. and new tonight, the city of alexandrea had its first homicide of the jeer. >> and a man -- of the year. >> a man beaten and rob side die -- has died of the injuries. cameron thompson joins us live from old up to alexandrea with the details. >> reporter: and this is described as a crime of opportunity. the attack and robbery happening's few houses down this side of the street and the victim in this case is a 69- year-old man out for an evening stroll as he lived a few houses down and this side of the street, a man neighbors describe as a real father figure for the neighborhood. >> and a nice guy. he's a guy, he's a guy stop by and talking to us and a guy help us. >> reporter: neighbors share find memories of the man after learning he died of his injuries on friday morning. >> and that is
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-- >> he was walking along this block of south alfred street between prince and duke monday night. in this area here, he was beaten and robbed. neighbors heard a yell and one of them was a nurse who came out to help him while calling 911. for the others living nearby, they said what happened is upsetting. >> and you hear about these things. of course, when it's outside of your front door, it's just traumatic. >> and it's the same feelings for those one block over where he lied. >> i am sad. i don't know how to explain. i am very sad, you know, to lose him. >> reporter: now, even though the victim suffer -- offer ised a head injury, he was awake and talking with police back when they arrived on monday night. as of right now, they have no suspect description to
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cameron thompson, busa 9. and in d.c., president obama delivered closing remarking at the two-day nuclear sum it he hosted and said they have achieved a good deal of success in helping to reduce nuclear arsenals and in preventing the spread of nuclear weapons to iran and other nations. >> and i'm proud of our record across the board and we going to keep pushing forward as i hope the foot ur administrations into to bring us closer to the day when they no longer hang over the heads of our children and grand children. >> and a big focus was confronting the threat posed by terror groups. president obama said if isis or other terrorists obtain nuclear material, they would use it to kill as many people as possible. and world leaders pledged to help better secure nuclear material stockpiled around the globe. and there are several
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the white house and mall and mt. vernon metro square station have been closed and they will remain in place until mid-day saturday. for the latest-- latest traffic and transit updates, download our free wusa 9 mobile app. and the elevator for the national monument broke down again. the monument, you see it there now, will be closed through saturday and the park service said the elevator faild this afternoon after unloading passengers at the observation level 490 feet off of the ground and they went in error error 86 people had to walk down hundreds of steps. and the d.c. mayor signed and ordered the banned city government employees from travelling to north carolina for government business in response to north carolina's new law regarding gay, wellerrian, and transgender residents. under the law, no town in north carolina can pass its own laws prohibiting discrimination based on sexu
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gender, denteddity and requires people to use public bathrooms assigned to the gender their birth certificates. the mayor stands with the lgbtq community and against discrimination. and a montgomery county man is accused of having a sexual relationship with a minor. roy evans jr. has been posting ads space on creation's list since 2014, ngaski young models to contact him on the kick messenger app. a 14-year-old girl fell for the trick last year and they ended up having a sexual relationship. evans used the name rodney or rod danger 86 and anyone who contacted him should call police. he is facing charges and is out of bail after posting bond. and montgomery county police charged a germantown man with human trafficking. the police say that women who stayed at his homeworked at two spas he
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performed sexual acts on customers in exchange for money and many were brought in from new york. in fairfax county, police are looking for a man who robbed and sexually assaulted a woman at knife point. the police say the victim was walking alone on commerce street. the man grabbed her and pulled her into a dumpster and assaulted her. he drove away in an older red car with a distinctive gray or red patch on the door. they hope someone recognizes the car and calls police. and donald trump's we is not over yet. obama slams trump in the foreign policy commission and another confusing comment on abortion. >> and another good week for tesla. and new numbers about how many people have put money down on the newest model
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. >> and love it or hate it, it's hard to get it out of your
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. new developments in campaign 2016. donald trump has told cbs news this has been his campaign's one of the week and this has not been the campaign's worst week, did expete heavy criticism about his abortion comments and late today, the president filed -- piled on questioning trump's understanding of the world. >> reporter: donald trump told john dickerson he's not
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>> and at this moment, the laws are set. i think we have to leave it that way. >> reporter: he's been under attack since adjusting there should be punishment if abortion is outlawed and a woman has one. people on both sides are attacking many of his proposals. president obama closed his nuclear summit by questioning trump's recent remarks about south korea and japan, that they should arm themselves with nuclear weapons. >> and the person making the statements doesn't know much about foreign policy or nuclear policy or the korean peninsula or the world generally. >> reporter: tempers are flaring on the democratic side. and bernie sanders is accusing hillary clinton of being in the pocket of energy lobbyists. both have taken donations from employees of oil companies and clinton said this on thursday when asked about accepting campaign tractions from the industry. >> i am so -- tractions from the industry. >> i
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>> reporter: sanders who leads clinton in wisconsin refuses to back down. >> and secretary clinton, you owe our campaign an apology. we will tell -- we were telling the truth. >> reporter: trump is trailing ted cruz in the wisconsin polls and his performance on tuesday could make or break his momentum toward clenching the republican nomination before the convention. for everything you need to know ahead of the wisconsin primary, download the wusa 9 app. you will get election alert when is you want them on all the latest developments in the presidential campaign. and tesla said that reservations are pouring in for the new electric car called the model 3. the model 3 can travel 215 miles between charges and can go from zero to 60 in six seconds and priced at $35,000, the vehicle is tesla's first dodge into the high volume affordable car market. >> and all right, we love cars. >> uh-huh. >> and that is a cool one. >> yeah. >> and yes.
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>> yeah. >> it's going to be cool this weekend. >> cool and windy tomorrow night into sunday morning and we're talking about serious winds that can gust in higher elevations and 50 miles per hour. >> and -- . >> i would say unusual but they're transition months. we have the warm and cold days and some freeze concerns here. with the early onset of spring, my concern is that for farmers and things blooming, that happens when it happens. >> right. >> and some of the crops could be damaged and light talk first things first and that is some business to take care of. the 3 degrees guarantee. yesterday, the high temperature today and that is of 81 degrees and we have a high of 83 degrees. and yeah, that is a hit right there and good job and tomorrow, i am forecasting a high of 71 and this is an easy one. the high is going to be after midnight. i think in the afternoon, we'll be in the low to mid-60s and some showers and storms, heavier ones earlier and they have whizzed out to the
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but on the front, which is coming through now and we see a couple of showers that popped here and moved into the eastern shore and fairly quiet out there and rather mild. and especially d.c. south and east. it's been a great evening and drop into the low 60s, though, in the shenandoah valley and the 40s in the mountains and some cooler air. and we're not going to see autofor awhile. we haven't been this warm since early november, five months and in up to, 74. the dew point is 52. it was 60 the last hour and the winds are moving the west- northwest out of the south and that 42 front came through and we have cloudy skies. tomorrow night, the high wind watch in affect for much of the area and you see everybody until you're toward areas in our prince william county and south. they're gusty there, north and west and western howard, and into the shenandoah valley and this is a freeze watch. and we can have some temperatures dropping ins cold--
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on and parts of the nowhere lakes with snow here and spring. down into the south. another tornado watchbox in affect and this caused all sorts of severe weather in oklahoma a couple of days and alabama. tonight, we're pretty quiet and tomorrow, though, watch out for morning showers and most is east of e-95 and we might get something west of that and south and east, you have a chance that morning plans could be interrupted and this is in the afternoon and saturday night with a second front, this is where that wind and colder air moves in and i want is to show you some forecast wind gusts here and boo saturday afternoon, the mid-20s and saturday night, we have wins gusting 45 to 50 in spots and overnight, 40, 45, 50 miles per hour gusts overnight saturday night and into sunday morning and likely have a wind advisory if not a high wind warning and
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low to mid-50s by the morning and a stray shower late. a couple of showers in the morning and in the 50s to start the day with scattered showers and the most of that is so underneath and east of i-95 and into tomorrow afternoon, some sunshine shows up. the cool spot in the 50s and low to mid-60s the rest of us and 10 to 15, getting gusty and high winds tomorrow night and into sunday morning especially. sunday, chilly with the wind and they'll be worse with a high of 52 and can't rule out an early one. and more in the afternoon, 64 and that can be a yellow weather alert day. next week, tuesday's going to hurt in the upper 40s and thursday, the nattings home opener in a few showers and we'll see what we can do about that. right now, a little iffy at best. >> and for the season. let's get the showers out of here, hopefully. ri and there is some rain here.
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hamburger helper released a five-song album to attract younger customers on social media. >> it's called watch the stove and has been listened to hundreds of thousands of times. check it out. >> and i have been in the kitchen whipping, whipping, outing, stepping and with my lesson. >> and whipping and stirring and -- . >> serving it. >> and -- . >> okay, all right. >> and that is burning. the songs were recorded by students at mcnally smith college of music and featured minneapolis rap artists and -- . >> i am hip to the game. >> and -- . >> finding -- and that is surprisingly fired and chris tweeted oprah is saying bye to lean cuisine. >> and my neighbors heard me blasting the mix tape and asked me to turn it up. >> and cj said
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is greater than big sean, the rapper. >> and best of all, sam tweeted this fake grammy shot of helper. >> and that i have a lot of time on their hands, right? >> and planning on this day up to 270. >> and -- . >> yeah. >> and some golf news. one of the biggest names in the game continues to struggle. tiger woods makes an announcement on the status
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. tiger woods' career hangs in the balance and continues to swing downwards. he won't compete in the masters that gets going next week in augusta and this is not a joke, although it came out. he will miss the fasters the -- masters the second time in three years saying he's not physically ready to compete. and he's been out of competition for seven plus months following back surgery. and the masters is here on wusa 9 and you can see first- and
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the third- and fourth-round coverage saturday and sunday here on channel 9. and to hockey, a bunk of ovechkin fans in denver and ovi with the 45th goal of the season and right now, the caps are up 3-2 and he closes in on his 47th win there in the third period. and baseball season starts on monday for the nats at atlanta and the home opener is next thursday. the nats part tonight for an exhibition and it's good to see bryce harper and papelbon. and the bottom three, renkon. -- rendon. to right, 3-0, nats and turnerup tied the sack fly and with that final out for the second save of the spring and nats win 4-3 and the real games start on sunday and gonzaga hosting georgetown prep
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9-2 and getting closer and scores, making it 9-3 and gonzaga, scoring to restore them. the purple eagles go to win 11- 6, and that was number two versus 4 in the cross. >> and that is papelbon and harper shot. >> and they were
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. thanks for watching us tonight. >> have a good night. but jamie raskin is the only democrat for congress who's authored landmark progressive laws -- marriage equality, equal pay for women, green maryland act, assault weapons ban, and more.
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