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right now on news 4 today, a murder in prince william county wife is laid to rest. how friends and family are remembering crystal hamilton. two officers hurt in that shooting have is a long recovery. how police and first responders are banding together today in support. round handle. really dirty. really muddy. didn't look like it had been used in a grisly murder. >> is it the phufrd weapon? a retired lapd officer tries to clear up confusion as one of the most controversial murder questions bring new questions to light. news 4 today starts
hi. good morning, everyone. i'm an goff. >> i'm adam tuss. temperatures up in the 60s and 70s. we have to get through this weekend first. >> hey, guys. a little bit chilly out there right now. and as we continue through the day, those temperatures still going to be below normal. it will be worth it by the time we head into mid next week where, as adam said, temperatures in the 70s. we are in the 30s. yes, it is a little on the cool side. 36 in manassas, leesburg, gaithersburg. we will have a few clouds throughout the day. a few rain showers. maybe a few wet snow showers as
tonight. it will fly right through here. happening today, family and friends will gather in charleston, south carolina to remember crystal hamilton. one week after she was shot inside her home in woodridge. ronald hamilton admitted to killing her. ronald hamilton is in jail charged with capital murder. relatives are taking care of the couple's 11-year-old son. and a fund raiser is set today to help the other two police officers hurt in last week's shooting. they are still recovering from their injuries. ashley againdon was killed on
her first day on the job. it will raise money for first responders. they eat for free there. >> we wanted to put something together for first responders so that they can come and get a good meal out of it. and also have an opportunity for the public to come and show their support. >> it gets under way at 11:00 a.m. this morning. more than 1,000 d.c. residents will will rally for affordable housing. they are coming together for the housing for all rally. foundry united methodist church in northwest d.c. >> and a community meeting this afternoon to discuss a proposed short-term shelter
avenue. it begins at 1:00 p.m. on calvert street. security was quick to remove protesters from inside donald trump's friday night rally in new orleans. at times confrontations turned violent, shoving, even fighting there. black lives matter were there in the crowd. more primaries on the republican and democratic side will take place by next tuesday. candidates are eager to collect as many delegates as possible. republicans will be courting the conservative base at cpac under way at national harbor.
they will hear senator marco rubio speak this morning. donald trump canceled his appearance and will hold a rally in kansas instead today. mitt romney calling on someone other than trump to be the nominee. so what do gop voters think about all of this? >> i think you should let the voters decide. >> i think trump is the source of the mudslinging. eventually i think it will tear our party apart. >> dr. ben carson using the stage on friday to officially end his run for the white house. he is leading a christian voting group. sunday hillary clinton and bernie sanders will face off in their next debate in flint, michigan. the city is undergoing a water crisis after lead contamination in the water there.
coming up tomorrow on "meet the press", former massachusetts governor mitt romney will will join chuck todd live to talk about his attack on donald trump. and kevin spacey who plays fictional president on "house of card" will talk about how the new season mirrors today's politics people around the world are mourning the life of author pat conroy. he is best known for "the prince of tides, "which was turned into a film with barbra streisand in a 1971. it will be up to president obama to talk about who he wants to meet with when he goes to cuba. ernest was responding to reports that secretary of state john kerry is no longer making a solo
the president has said meeting with pro democratly activists as a condition for the trip, carrying out plans to travel to cuba with the president. >> coming up, a chase leads d.c. police across a busy stretch of the district. what we are finding out about the driver who just wouldn't stop. the case that captured the nation brings new questions to light. the controversy over a knife
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murder. when its driver wouldn't pull over, police chased him through the district. they found him hiding under a porch. he is charged with assault on a police officer. d.c. police telling us a man and woman showed up at united medical center with gunshot wounds. the man died from his injuries. they think both were shot a few blocks away from the hospital on 23rd street southeast. 6:10. donations are coming into local firestations collecting water for families in flint, michigan. a volunteer emt is is leading the charge. after our story aired, you responded. dozens of cases dropped off. four firestations are now accepting donations. we are putting the entire list on nbc washington app. search donate water. they hope to fill a tractor trailer in the next few
tarzan does not know where tarzan go. hey, excuse me, do you know where the waterfall is? waterfall? no, me tarzan, king of jungle. why don't you want to just ask somebody? if you're a couple, you fight over directions. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. oh ohhhhh it's what you do. ohhhhhh! do you have to do that right in my ear? >> well, the trial of the century is back in more ways than one. ment people versus o.j.
a knife was found buried on his estate. >> the double murder rocked the country back in 1994. the officer that found that knife says he tried to turn it in years ago. >> he took it to lapd in terms of calling them and saying, hey, what do you want me to do with this? do you want me to bring it to you? >> the attorney for the retired officer said 15 years the west division of the lapd said don't bring in the knife. the case is closed. so what he did, took it, put it in his bag and put it away. >> it was horrible. physically painful. >> a verdict still hurt some. >> i thought this is wrong. so wrong. >> the knife used to kill them never recovered. >> five-inch buck knife, brown handle, really dirty, really
used in a grisly murder. >> is the mystery solved? >> that is pure fantasy. i would rather be talking about the easter bunny instead. >> skepticism understood. we have been down this road before. >> in all probability this is probably in fact, the murder weapon. >> as for this new find -- >> they are going to study it and examine it before all forensics. >> is even if there is a connection, o.j. simpson, in a jail in nevada can never be retried for the murders. case closed. >> now, this latest revelation comes before a dateline special, the people versus o.j. simpson. marcia clark describes the moment she heard the jury's decision. >> i felt horrible. it was physically painful. it was not justice. >> do you plame yourself for
i do. >> you can see it tomorrow night at 9:00, followed by news 4 at 11:00. there is no snow on the ground this morning. but president obama has declared our region a major disaster. the declaration comes six weeks after a blizzard buried our region. it will free up federal funding to pay for the response. d.c. spent $50 million after that storm. it budgeted # million for snow removal. frederick county spent $1.8 million alone. check it out. fire crews jumped into action to pull a pup out of the water after the dog fell through the thin ice there. so happy they got him. you can see the chilly dog on your left there. the front of the boat. they pulled him out. they got him to orshe. the dog was taken to the vet and is doing okay.
hats off to our first responders. we have seen quite a few of those rescues here around our recently. ? i don't want to see anymore. i was done with it before it started. >> it is march we have seen some of our biggest snow storms. >> absolutely. remember st. patrick's day a couple years ago? six inches in d.c. i was so done by then. good news is, no big snow showers on the seven-day forecast. here's a big warmup. let's get to it. i do want to show you exactly how warm we're going to go. it is hard to believe we will take the temperatures into the 70s. today a little bit me low normal. we have to get through today and we can concentrate on this next workweek. showers and maybe a few wet snow
moving after 6:00 p.m. tonight. bring that umbrella if you are headed out. a big warmup headed our way. temperatures out there right now. 36 in d.c. a little chilly this morning. we will probably drop a degree or two before 8:00 a.m. we will start to can come up a little bit. temperatures in the 30s if you're out and about this morning. as we continue through the day, we will warm up, mid to upper 40s. plenty of clouds around. i know we have a lot of st. patrick's day festivities already going on. alexandria. a lot of things in annapolis going on. a few wet snow showers could be mixed in as well. that's a pretty weak system that will cross through our area. ere's the next system that's going to move through. a lot of moisture will be lost as it moves across the mountains. light spotty stuff. 1: j
place. we start to see spotty showers move through the area. i'm giving it a 40% chance that you will see it throughout your area and where you live. just spotty rain. not expecting any accumulation. we will keep the chance until tomorrow morning. then to the eastern shore by mid morning tomorrow. then we will clear out and get sunshine by tomorrow afternoon. and then we start the warmup. temperatures in the low 50s tomorrow. by monday, we're talking about temperatures in the low 60s. and eventually we will warm up from there. so the impact for that rain that's moving in after 5:00 or 6:00 p.m., is going to be low. just the light, spotty stuff moving through our area. we're talking about limited sunshine. mid to upper 40s. as we go through your sunday, temperatures around 50 degrees. subpoena shine by the time we head into the afternoon. a few wet areas tomorrow morning, espely
i don't expect the rain showers to move out until 9:00, possibly 10:00 a.m. your four-day forecast. mid to upper 40s. average temperature is 52 degrees. you will see is a 40% chance of showers. wet snow showers. don't be squared if you see a few snowflakes out there. most will melt on contact. there could be areas that get trace amounts but that's about it. sunshine by tomorrow afternoon. low 60s by the time we get to monday. then we're pretty quiet. low 70s on tuesday. plenty of warmth coming our way. we stay around 70 on thursday. next chance of rain after tonight looks to be thursday into friday. so we have a whole stretch of really nice and mild and dry weather. guys? i think a lot of plants are going to start blooming. stealing from the girl scouts. say what? a cookie
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having sex with him and each other at the elementary school and other locations. he used his authority to threaten the kid who tried to resist him. okay. so if you are going to steal from a girl scout, expect to get caught. take a look at the video. she was selling cookies outside walmart in florida. deputies grabbed the 12-year-old girl's cash pox. surveillance helped to track down the thieves. >> how low can you go? for cher. that's what el chapo guzman's lawyer says is happening to their client in mexico. his lawyer suppressed concern for his health and accused authorities of violating u.n. guidelines on torture.
hunger strike outside the prison. he has apparently complained about being cooped up and it is too cold. >> boeing is saying good-bye to germs is on its planes. it has designed a self-sterilizing bathroom with an ultra violet light. it can disinfect all the surfaces, even the toilet seat, when no one in it. it is chilly out now. but soon you can say good-bye to the cold. how much warmer you can expect it to get and showers affecting your plans. a former d.c. mayor is running for a new office. how vince gray is getting back into politics and who he is trying to represent. listen up. meo
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woodridge home. >> a fund-raiser is set for today to help the other two prince william county police officers injured in last week's shooting. they are still recovering from their injuries. the manassas city police association is organizing the event at the old town sports pub. it gets under way at 11:00 this morning >> five states are holding primaries. candidates are eager to get as many delegates as possible. democrats competing for 156 in four states. good morning, everyone. hope you're off to a fantastic saturday. i'm angie goff. >> i'm adam tuss. we want to keep the good times rolling because we want the weather to be nice. >> yes, we do. >> lauren ricketts is here. can you deliver a nice saturday for us?
temperatures today will be a little on the chilly side. but no big snowstorms or anything like that in the forecast. not even a big rainstorm. we could get rain tonight and thursday and friday. but other than that, looking good as we start to warm up. we have to get through today, as i said. it will be a little chilly. it is a chilly start. it's a beautiful morning. the sun is just coming up. official time 6:34. just about a few minutes. it's gorgeous overlooking d.c. 36 degrees is our temperature. wind will stay at bay today. don't have to worry about any big breezes or anything like that. after about 6:00 p.m., that's when you will need the umbrella. temperatures as you wake up this morning will be in the 30s. we will warm up into the 40s for this afternoon after a cold start and cloudy day. we will get rain showers lat
afternoon. then we start to warm up. we will show you that on that seven-day. >> d.c.'s former mayor is officially getting back into politics. vince gray is set to launch his run for d.c. council. he will represent ward 7 in that attempt. a kickoff event at 1:00 this afternoon in northeast d.c. we have some pheurbs to pass along for the rails. weekend track work. every 12 to 24 minutes. silver, every 10. same thing on the orange line. green and yellow line, we will talk about those more in depth. bigger changes there. red line, single tracking between friendship heights and grovener. orange and blue single tracking between eastern market and
stadium armory. silver, every 10 minutes between boston and only west and east. regular service between huntington and mt. vernon square. green, buses replace trains between navy yard and congress heights. see you next week for news 4 today. another heads if you're about to ride metro. starting tomorrow, you won't be able to use paper farecards. only now they will start taking smartrip cars. metrobuses stopped accepting them five years ago. the attorney for an engineer who fell asleep at the controls of a new york city commuter train has retired with a disability pension. william rockefeller was awarded that pension after investigators determined he was not capable of returning to work as a train engineer. the accident happened back in
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evidence to links zika virus to birth defects. doctors from the ucla area there collaborated with physicians in brazil to follow pregnant women. most tested positive for qaa. all were healthy and had no other risk factors that would lead to abnormal pregnancy. more studies are expected there on the zika virus. we have more talk about the purple line this morning. we have insight into a proposed contract between the state of maryland and the team of private companies that will build and operate the line. according to the contract, trips from new carrollton to bethesda are expected to take an hour. there are penalties for train delays or disruptions. and a single day of dismal service would lead to a $25,000 fine. this is a project that's been years in the making. the next step is to go to the board of public works for review
next month. the trial of the century is back in more ways than one. a knife was apparently found on o.j. simpson's former estate. it is now being tested to see if it is possibly connected to the double murder that rocked the country in 1994. the officer that found the knife said he tried to turn it in years ago. >> he took it to lapd in terms of calling them and say, hey, what do you want me to do with this? do you want me to bring it to you? >> an attorney for the retired officers says 15 raoers ago the west division of the lapd responded, don't bring in the knife. the case is closed. >> so he took it, put it in his bag and put it away. >> i felt horrible. it was physically painful. >> a verdict still haunting some. >> i thought about ron and nicole and i thought, this is wrong.
>> the knife used to kill them never recovered. >> five-inch buck knife, brown handle, really dirty, really muddy. didn't look like it had been used in a grisly murder. >> that is pure fantasy. i would rather be talking about the easter bunny instead. >> skepticism understood. we have been down this road. >> in all probability, this is in fact, the murder weapon. >> as for this new find. >> they are going to study it and examine it before all forensics. >> even if there is a connection, o.j. simpson, currently in jail in nevada for an unrelated conviction, can never be tried for the murders. case closed. >> it comes days before a dateline special, the people versus o.j. simpson, what the jury never heard. dateline spoke with sphar
who describes the moment she first heard the jury's decision. >> felt horrible. it was physically painful. that was not justice. >> to you plame yourself for this? >> you know, i always do. i do. >> you can see it tomorrow night at 9:00, followed by news 4 at 11:00. 6:40 right now. a look for showers to roll through this afternoon. lauryn ricketts tracking when they will be in your neighborhood. well be right back. ' check out the fresh new look on mcdonald's mcpick 2 menu! try a flaky filet-o-fish made with sustainably sourced fish, a big mac made with 100% beef, chicken mcnuggets made with white meat, or a quarter pounder with cheese seared on the grill. pick any 2 for $5 bucks. ♪ bada ba ba ba
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gonzaga in double overtime. but back in his neighborhood, montgomery ran into trouble. he was arguing with someone about two blocks from the high school when the person pulled out a gun and shot montgomery in the back. he was treated at the hospital and released. he hopes to still be able to play in the championship game sunday. 6:44. a federal appeals court says it is going to re-hear a case involving maryland's 2013 ban on semiautomatic high capacity assault weapons. that announcement came down on friday. according to the "washington post", last month's 2-1 decision would have sent is it back the a lower court for review. the county's district attorney's o
information inside the encrypted phone could help them out. they show two 911 calls reported that were there -- it was reported three people were involved in the attack. apple and the federal government are in a fight over unlocking the phone used by syed farouk. louisiana is one of five states to hold a primary in the presidential contests. more primaries in the republican and democratic side will take place by next two. democrats are competing for 156 delegates in four states there. republicans will be courting the conservative pays at the annual cpac conference under way at national harbor. republican supporters will fill a ballroom at the gaylord convention center. donald trump
appearance there and will hold a rally in kansas today. mitt romney is calling on someone other than trump to be the nominee. so what do gop voters think about all of this? >> i think they should let the voters decide. i don't think the brokered convention is a good idea. >> i think trump is the source of that mudslinging. i think it will tear our party apart. >> dr. ben carson using the stage on friday to officially end his run for the white house. he is leading a christian voting group. sunday hillary clinton and bernie sanders will face off in their next debate in flint, michigan. the city is undergoing a water crisis after lead contamination in the water there. coming up tomorrow on "meet the press", former massachusetts governor mitt romney will join k
fictional president on "house of cards" will talk about how the new season mirrors today's politics. 6:47. d.c.'s new streetcars have been out a week now. we took a trip down there to find out how that is going. >> for the d.c. region, than the offs cautionary tale. >> the first year was full of a lot of missteps for the atlanta street car. >> no accurate police force for security. even issues with the homeless, who decided the free atlanta street car was a great place to take shelter. andrea simmons is the transportation reporter for the atlanta journal institution. >> som
probably learn through experience. the mayor likened it to scraping your knee. >> while d.c. system is free to ride right now, atlanta recently started charging a buck to ride. and ridership has drop. >> it should be free. it's not worth it. >> it's a waste of time. they're too slow. it is like riding a turtle. >> here's the really interesting thing. atlanta isn't looking to have fares pay for their system. they are interested in the tax development spurred along the corridor. >> we don't have a specific number to achieve. >> development a big part in d.c. as well. but the question is still being asked is, does all of this make sense. for now at least d.c. in atlanta, the answer will probably only be revealed by time. >> it is still very much up
the air whether this could be called a success or not. a lot of people mentioning norfolk got one street car systems as well. one of the things people are talking about in that report, property taxings more important than ridership. you can arguably make that case. property taxes along the h street corridor could be more important than actual ridership. >> only the beginning really. >> i love it because it is going to provide a million stories to talk about. >> absolutely. yeah. you have job security. you also have nice blue on. we want to share we are wearing blue. you are wearing your blue tomorrow. all month long it is national colon cancer earness month. this is a preventable cancer. screenings are so, so important. here in d.c., we have scope out
5k. you can still register to show your support. wear your blue. >> hopefully we won't have snow. lauryn is filling in today. she said there would be snow. >> we have a little bit of wet snow. don't be surprised if you see a few wet snowflakes out there. it is not going to amount to much. spring is coming. it's coming quickly. this week. look at these temperatures by next week. the good news is it's going to be dry. so we will be able to get out and about and enjoy these temperatures as they shoot past our daily average. low 50s for this time of year. so we will shoot right on up after monday for the rest of this week. so looking good. temperatures out there right now, yeah, more reminiscent of winter in washington. temperatures in the 30s. beautiful start this morning. 36 here in
the low 40s. we're going to have some limited sunshine. beautiful sunrise right now. but a lot of clouds through the area. we're together to have even more clouds on the increase through the afternoon with our next system. it is going to shoot on down. maybe bring us a few rain showers, a few wet snow showers after about 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. that's when you will need the umbrella. the impact will be fairly small. just cloudy. some light rain and snow showers with no accumulation after 6:00 p.m. tonight. if you needed to go ahead and get the salt off that car, go ahead and wash it but wait until tomorrow afternoon to do so. temperatures warm up to right around 50 degrees. if you're dining out, bring a small umbrella. temperatures in the 40s for tonight. this is what we're looking at. through sunday morning, we will see a few spotty light rain showers. maybe a little s
everything out by mid morning. just looking at decreasing clouds through the day tomorrow. monday will not be too cloud. partly cloudy on monday. temperatures in the low 50s. as i said, by the time we get into tuesday and wednesday, we warm into the lower to mid-70s. again, this might be one of the last week isends to go ahead and hit the slopes. looking good for that. not a big wind factor if you're spring cleaning. it will be a little cool to open the windows. save that for mid week. take that umbrella tonight. if you're biking around early, it will be wet. you we will be dry with clouds decreasing through the day. temperatures in the low 50s. right around that 50-degree mark. 51 in d.c. and we go up from there. low to mid-70s tuesday, wednesday, thursday. next chance of rain after don't, thursday night into friday. guys? >> oh, and we'll be right back after this.
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to the call. his campaign will host kickoff event at 1:00 this afternoon in northeast washington. >> a knife apparently found buried on o.j. similar is son's former estate is being tested to see if it is realtied are the deaths of nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman. you can sweat it out for a cause. cycle for survival. every penny will go to research at memorial sloane kettering which helps treat people with cancer. 1,000 people are participating at equinox gyms throughout the d.c. area this weekend. great cause. awesome. look at them working it.
>> is this a good example what we can expect on saturday? >> pretty much. there would she a few wet snowflakes. no accumulation. everything should be out tomorrow morning. we will warm up from there. >> don't forget to download the app to get your up to the minute news and weather. we will be back live at 9:00. not only here but facebook as well. >> we're everywhere. >> can't get rid of us. >>
good morning. getting closer. presidential front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton hoping to tighten their grip on their party's nominations today, as voters in five states head to the polls. trump's opponents vowing they will stop him, while on the democratic side, hillary clinton holds her lead over bernie sanders, despite the e-mail scanda that continues to plague her campaign. >> i'm happy that everybody now has been cooperating and giving ysion. >> we're live on the campaign trail. news that a knife was found on the grounds of o.j. simpson's former estate explodes into the headlines. >> what has been submitted to our lab. they are going to study it. >> could it be the murder weapon