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all about location and what time you leave. chuck bell is tracking what you can expect in the next 24 hours. yes, last of the rain drops should be out of here no later than 9:00, 10:00 at the latest. not everyone will at the time wet, but you may the little umbrella. so light rain and 65 at 7:00. but rain over by lunchtime. gusty winds and back to sunshine at 5:00. and your weekend will start chilly and dry, but rain may impact your weekend, too. more coming up. crash update now. good morning. inner loop at van dorn, still have the far right side getting by this crash. an overturned vehicle, so again this is something we've been keeping an eye
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morning. and chopper 4 is headed to the scene here. should be there probably in the next couple of minutes. so we'll talk about that in the next few minutes or so. 95 north at 610, garrisonville, all lanes open. everything off to the right side of the roadway. 5 north at accokeek road, crash cle cleanup on the right side. marc, camden a signal issue between laurel and muir kirk causing some delays. breaking hugh ing news out virginia. police investigating the death of a man thiin lorton. megan mcgrath is on the scene. >> reporter: this community butts up to the potomac river. you can see the road is cordoned off. the police presence that has been here since early this morning. this all began to unfolda
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there were into two 911 calls. one came from a home and then the second one from a neighboring house, that caller reporting the sound of gunshots. when officers arrived, they found a man in the backyard of a home. they say that he was suffering from trauma to the upper body. that's how they phrased it. he later died at an area hospital. now, police have been asking folks in the neighborhood to stay inside their homes. and that's not necessarily because they think that there is a danger to the community. rather, they are trying to pre-receiver tpre preserve the scene. they have a lot of investigating to do. it's dwaark and they want to wa until the sun comes up so they can take a look in the daylight before they allow neighbors to mill about in the immediate area. not a lot of other information being released at this time. but certainly polic
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who heard or saw anything to come forward, give them a call. back to you. i'm erika gonzalez at the live desk. we're following breaking news out of norfolk, virginia. a man shot and killed by police. you're looking at a few pictures from the scene there. the reporter on that scene saying that officials are telling him this was a, quote, violent and wanted tell lfelon. it happened around 4:00 a.m. in an area called bay view, close to a couple of churches. again, a man shot and killed by police. officials saying this is a violent and wanted felon. as soon as we get more information, we'll wribring to . now an iteam investigation. federal prosecutors looking into allegations that a former virginia teacher behaved inappropriately with students. >> christopher rademacher resigned from his job
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high school and his teaching license was revoked after a trip to germany in 2014. the iteam scott macfarlane uncovered disciplinary records that detail allegations that rademacher supplied alcohol to students and encouraged them to engage in sex acts during that summer trip to germany. >> rademacher never appeared at a dismachine area hearing on his case. he provided no statement on what happened. and he's been unreachable by phone or e-mail. the trip wasn't sanctioned or sponsored by the school or fairfax county public schools. police say they could not launch a child abuse investigation because the alleged misconduct happened overseas. no criminal charges were filed against rademacher, but the u.s. attorney's office is reviewing the matter. we'll continue to update you. fairfax police have made an arrest in the case of a school bomb threat. a 17-year-old was taken in for making a bomb threat over e-mail at mclean
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wednesday march 2. but investigators say this teen is not connected for seven other threats in northern virginia from last friday. we turn to the race for the white house. dr. carson expected to endorse dwud today. you'll remember early on in the campaign trump attacked carson calling him pathological. and questioning his success as a surgeon. the twowere set to hold a news conference of conference to make it official later this morning. >> mr. trump, let me start with you. last night you told cnn, quote, islam hates us. between you mean all 1.6 billion muslims? >> i mean a lot of them. i mean a lot of them. >> many are calling last night's debate the most civil of the republican debate. the final four presidential hits there squaring off in miami ahead of another set of primaries next week. compared to last week, thursday's debate was fairly low key and remained mostly focus on a range much issues. coming up, we'll talk to tra
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headed now. we're already hearing talk about the role virginia will play in the general election. yesterday tim kaine criticized the racially charged rhetoric being used in the campaign. >> this hateful rhetoric which i condemn and abhor, it is the death spasm of a feeling that people have about losing control. >> kaine washington speaking at a conference of hispanic and african-american publishers. he's being talked about as a possible democratic vice presidential candidate, but declined to answer questions about that. he will be in northern virginia today at a clinic to provide dental care to people who can't afford it. governor mcauliffe has vet vetoed a bill that would allow removal of civil war monuments. supporters
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proceed dekt pro texted local history. you might see a sprinkle or two. storm team 4 tracking what you can expect and when showers might impact your weekend plans. the nation says a solemn good-bye to nancy reagan today. the former leaders preparing to speak at her funeral.
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congress voted to label genetically engineered salmon; why not other foods? gmo crops are doused with heavy doses of herbicides the world health organization says probably cause cancer. isn't that reason enough to label? 64 other countries label gmos. why don't american shoppers have the same information? instead, congress might permanently block our right to know. we deserve clear, on-package labeling. tell senators kaine and warner to stop the dark act.
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6 degrees outside our studios. cooled off a bit, but still pretty nice. >> chuck bell, what should we expect. >> no jacket required, favorite album. quick chance for light rain racing into town. this is a very weak cool front which will drive through here during the course of the morning
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about lunchtime today, so any light rain chances are between now and about 8:00 or 9:00 this morning. there after, things will start to dry out and improve. so your commute, a few light raindrops here this morning. temperatures mid six, plenty of clouds away. but by later on this afternoon, clearing out, turning breezy, sunshine back, temperatures will stay in the 60s all day and your weekend will start dry, but it will not end dry. more about the weekend timing coming up in ten. trouble on the beltway continues. still have a problem bottom of the beltway. inner loop at van dorn. right now just the far right lane is getting by. an overturned vehicle. chopper could not get close enough for us to see what was going on. as far as the issue on marc, camden line, signal issues between laurel and muir kirk and they are warning of major delays. might want to take your alternate if that is your normal route in. 270 south, no problems. top of the beltway also look
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66 inbound is on time. and so is 95 northbound. so can't complain too much there. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 when you hop in your car. developing right now, blo flooding causing major damage in louisiana. and more rain is on the way. and officers in montgomery county pull a man out from a burning car with seconds to spare. what we're finding o
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at 6:15, a developing story in the south. deadly flooding with more rain on the way today. louisiana is the hardest hit state. national guard uses boats and military trucks to try to rescue people. >> mike seidel is in new orleans this morning. we understand some areas have seen more than 20 inches of rain already. >> reporter: and right now -- oh, boy, that was too close. we are just getting in to the
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up until now, we've only had about a quarter inch of rain officially. it's all been to our west and north. some areas have had almost 20 inches of rain. and now it's new orleans turn. this is a big fish bowl, so flash flooding is very likely. let me show you some of the impacts around the state. the northwest part of the state has been hit very, very hard. literal disaster. i-20 has been shut down for a couple days. part of that has been reopened now, but it's going to be one of these situations where the cleanup will linger for a long time even after the waters recede. we'll get a lot of rain today here in new orleans and up through parts of mississippi even into western alabama. that's where the fire hose continues. and by tomorrow, things will begin to ease off as the upper level storm unusual for march lifts out and everything starts to stabilize. and we won't see rainfalls like this as it heads off to the north and east. but wild weather this morning in new orleans. and it will be a stormily day. rainfall totals we're expecting generally 3 to 4
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the big easy. so not nearly as bad as we've seen across portions of the state. just west of here, baton rouge has already had 6 inches. >> mike, stay safe out there. thank you. new this morning, montgomery county police released dramatic video of officers pulls a man from a burning car. this incident actually happened in september of last year. the video shows officers administering aid to the than. this is on 495 again september of last year. the officers will receive the medal of valor at the annual public safety awards today. and melissa mollett and tom comes he wistello will be there present those awards. back to you. a giant fire at a warehouse is now out in los angeles. take a look at these flames in the video. just a massive fire burning. people said they could
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fire from as far away as 20 miles. it took about 150 firefighters to put it out. no one was injured. and no word on how the fire started. south korea is condemning a new report that says north korea is ordering more nuclear tests. take a look at these photos from north korean state television. they show photographs of kim jong-un at a missile launch site. nbc news reports it's likely this is from a missile launch earlier this week. any missile launch violates sanctions, but north korea seems to be preparing even more tests. there are now nearly 200 cases of zika in the u.s. all of the cases have been traced to overseas travel. health officials are now looking to congress to provide $1.9 billion to fight the virus in latin america and help prevent it from spreading to the u.s. capitol hill republicans have deferred the request insisting left over-ebola funds can be used. heal
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are not enough. backyard party take you grg pennsylvania. we told you about yesterday. eight people shot, five of them died in wilkinsburg outside itsburg. police say that two shooters tar getted the people at a backyard cookout. so far the suspects have not been caught. warning from police this morning, if you live this fairfax county, police say a team age girl reported being approached by a suspicious man three times in the past seven months. it first happened this august or september last year on great falls road. there was a second incident in october and a third this past wednesday. police say each time the guy stopped the girl to ask for direction. police say no crime has been committed, but be aware of the situation. university of maryland could be expanding. students faculty and staff will discuss a proposed heshlger with the university's college park
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a bill to combine the campuses is pending in the general assembly right now. suitors of the merger say it would lead to a closer partnership and more innovation. a town hall meeting on that merger is set for noon today in baltimore. you will lose some sleep this weekend as we turn our clocks ahead one hour. >> but you'll gain sunlight toward the end of the day. daylight saving time begins at 2: 2:00 a.m. and it's a good way to remember to change the batteries in your home smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. firefighters in prince george's county say only some homes are working alarms. >> there are about four that don't have a smoke alarm at all or one that doesn't work. typically because of a rack of batteries. and in those four homes is where 80% of fire fatalities occur. >> prince george's county fire crews have smoke detectors they will give to families that can't affo
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measure to change batteries. >> a lot of fire departments around the country do that. so no excuses. 6:# 21. and spring is here. p. >> absolutely right. record high temperatures again yesterday and all three reporting airports. national airport made 79, so still haven't officially touched 80, but bwi and dulles both made 80 again two days in a row. so what to expect for today? a lot of cloud this is our sky here first thing this morning and chance for a few sprinkles, as well.this is our sky here first thing this morning and chance for a few sprinkles, as well. turning breezy later this afternoon, but still no cold air in sight. march can be a cold month, but this won't be one of them. outside this morning, there is the chances for light rain in frederick county, maryland. a little sprinkle chance here southern montgomery county moving right through great falls and potomac, here is dulles airport right here. so just a
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out by the airport here early this morning. this is all part of a weather front which is drying up and falling apart as it comes southbound, so not expecting a big impact or even a long lasting impact from the rain drops at all. clouds overnight have held temperatures up, up, up. we are in the low to mid-60s in the metro now. keep in mind the average high temperature is only 54. so we're already ten degrees watcher than average. and planning out your day, we'll say in the 60s all day long. light rain and clouds around early this morning. 67 at lunchtime. turning breezy, sunshine coming back by later on this afternoon. and as you plan out your weekend, tomorrow mostly cloudy, maybe a sprinkle will in the shenandoah valley, but most of us are dry on your saturday. cloudy skies will lead to a better rain chance especially sunday afternoon and evening. best chance for rain in the next four days comes up on monday. the whole 7 day coming up at 6:41. breaking news right now, again we're talking about the
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loop at van dorn, we now have a 4 mile backup backed up all the way pretty much for the woodrow wilson bridge this morning. far right lane the only thing getting by. chopper 4 was not able to see that because of our flight restrictions. moved over here to 66 just to show us the traffic inbound and outbound. no problems on 66. looking very typical. 95 northbound slow spot will be through woodbridge, totally normal for this time of day. 5 north at accokeek road, still have the crash cleanup along the right side. and we're really starting to see some delays there headed unbound on 5, branch avenue as well a little slow. more on this problem bottom of beltway coming up. prince george's county is enjoying the best budget its seen this years and that means no new taxes. rushern baker is proposing increases in funding of education and public safety. and there will be who
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furloughs. baker says the economy is doing well and more people are buying hopes. and the new mgm casino is also helping the economy. a new leak of thousands of documents that could reveal critical information about isis recruits. a syrian man says he stole all the documents on a flash drive and lid it in his baby's diaper. the information could be incredibly value. some analysts are asking whether the documents are authentic, but two security experts told nbc news it appears that they are. and we see this in our presidential campaign. after all, where else could a boy born in calgary grow up to run for president of the united states. >> the obama toasted the prime minister and wife sophie, canadian prime minister and his wife. the first time in 19 years that a came nad kran prime minister has made an ofci
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to the u.s. climate change and the economy are part of the conversation. >> and 200 others attended that dinner including some celebrities. 6:25. today a very special ceremony for victims of an american terror attack. dozens of people who were hurt in the shootings at ft. hood will be awarded the purple heard. major nidal hasan killed 13 when he opened fire seven years ago. the governor of texas will award the medals to the military victims. nonmilitary victims will receive the defense medal of freedom, the civilian equivalent. in honor of women's history month in march, we're highlighting the strong successful women who make our region great. kendra blackwell at the prince george's county african-american museum. she was a straight a student in high school and went to college to study biological engineering. but her path changed when
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unexpectedly had to return home. but she studied business and hospitality at prince george's county community college. congratulations. a metro train operate are hey lose h may lose his job for running a red signsignal. the driver had it on the wrong control setting. they were entering a pocket track and the new leader is talking tough about this. >> i think i made it pretty clear across the agency that people are starting to be held accountable. >> here's where it gets a little technical. longer eight car metro trains are only supposed to enter the pocket track in a human controlled manual mode. the train was in a computer controlled automatic mode and that mode told the train to go past the signal. metro has made an engineering change to prevent it are happening again. a final good-bye to nancy reagan. how mourners are
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to remember her life and legacy. and we're staying on top of breaking news in fairfax county. what we're finding out about a death investigatn as police io
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breaking news at 6:30. fairfax county police are piecing together a death investigation in lorton. one man is dead. >> police are asking neighbors to stay inside right now. megan mcgrath is following developments. we'll have a live report in 15 minutes. but first, here is melissa mollett. >> breaking news, bottom of beltway, inner loop at van dorn, we have a four mile backup as you're coming across the woodrow wilson bridge. the delays are the things that remain. again inner loop at van dorn. allow extra time. chopper 4 over 66, these headlights inbound. no major issues on 66. as we widen out, you can see the problem bottom of the beltway. and our typical slow downs top of the beltway. outer loop right now nothing to be too surprised
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energy o marc camden line, signal issue. really slowing things down. might want to consider an alternate. here are the four things you need to know about the forecast for today. cloudy skies, a little light rain and a few sprinkles around first thing this morning. they won't last much longer. still warm, but no more records coming our way. lots of clouds as we go into the weeke weekend. showers more likely especially for sunday afternoon and sunday evening. here is the radar. this last little batch of fading rain drops as the cold front sneaks it way down to the south. we'll be back to sunshine, temperatures in the 60s now and on the way home, now. so no jacket required. today former first lady nancy reagan will be laid to rest next to her husband in california. relatives of every president dating back to jfk are attend her
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>> they will include first lady michelle obama, george w. bush and laura, nancy reagan's two children will speak along with tom brokaw. mrs. reagan is said to have planned every detail he of her funeral. there will be an nbc news special report starting at 2:00. and you can also watch the service on the nbc washington app. president obama will not attend nancy reagan's funeral today. he will be the keynote speaker at the south by southwest festival in texas. presidents don't always attend former first lady's funerals. for example neither president obama nor bill clinton attended betty ford's funeral five years ago. it is now 6:32. we now know the former aide to vladimir putin died of blunt force injuries to his head.
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the mikhail lesin had similar injuries to his neck and body. this is nearly four months after he was toupd deafound dead. last november a russian funded media company reported he died of a heart attack. maryland lawmakers will vote on an anti-drunk driving bill named for a police officer. families of victims gathered yesterday to show support for noah's law. it's named for officer noah leotta who died after being hit by a suspected drunk driver in december. the law would require convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device after a first offense. >> i'm here for every police officer on the front lines. and i'm here for every family that has suffered this terrible long trail of tears. >> maryland governor larry hogan supports this legislation. an accused serial robber is in jail this morning but police say more suspects are at large. pce
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terrell strickland, they say he was involved it robberies where women were physically abused. police believe this suv was use this had one attack in the district. and hopes to find other suspects. new details about a house fire in maryland. we're learning that a firefighter was hurt in that fire in boyds, maryland. chopper 4 was over the fire last night. the house partially collapsed. everyone made it out safely. the fire moved from the garage into the house on aspendale court. there is no word on how the fire started. right now a man in leesburg is in police custody because they say he deliberately hit a woman with a car. there was some kind of domestic fought on sand stone square. and they say he struck the woman twice and ran away. police arrested him and the woman had life threatening injuries. she's currently in serious condition. >>e
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accused of attack as driver after a road rage incident in arlington. this happened on west glebe road just past 4 mile run. police say the suspect cut off another driver. the two which changed words and that's when the situation escalated. the suspect pulled out a wooden bad and swung it mull ttiple ti damaging the vehicle and the victim. the suspect took off from the scene. people saying they expect this had from the bad guys, not the government. the d.c. tax office says it mistakenly withdraw more than $7 million from taxpayers' bank accounts earlier this week. that is according to the "washington post." the tax office is blaming a computer error. it took money out of more than 500 accounts but says they were all credited back the next day. virginia lawmakers are about to get a pay raise. the virginia general assembly is expecte
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proposal. part include as pay raise from $200 to $300 a day when the legislature is not in session. more senior lawmakers could make even horn that. the extra pay adds up to about another $200,000 a year for all the other lawmakers. thousands expected to lace up for this weekend's marathon. why runners it's about taking a stand. for too long, wall street banks had their way. they crashed our economy. but democrat donna edwards won't take their money because she stands up for us.
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she'll be our voice. tightening regulations on the big banks and fighting to keep dark money out of politics. democrat donna edwards, maryland's next senator.
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thousands of runners will race in the rock and roll marathon set for saturday. organizers had to change plans because of the melting snow and trash at rfk stadium. wtop reporting that the marathon officials are moving the finish line from parking lot 7 to lot 3. it is the same finish the marathon used a few years ago. good luck. eagle egg watch is on right now. eggs laid by mr. president and the first lady
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cam. >> this is a live picture of a real bird. tens of thousands of viewers from all over the world are keeping a close eye on this video. a pair of bald eagles are nesting at the u.s. national arboretum here in the sfridistr. waiting for the baby eagles, chick, bird, whatever we call them. >> all that. melissa mollett keeping track of the traffic. >> bottom of the beltway, biggest problem right now. at van dorn, take a look at the delays. they stretch for about four miles. perhaps here in the next half hour or so, we'll start to clear out. right now remember marc camden line signal issues between laurel and muir kirk. expect delays. 270 south to the
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fine. 66 inbound looking okay. and 95 north quantico to the beltway also quite good. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 when you hop wiin your car. >> nice and mild again early this morning. a couple raindrops to deal with. last couple of day, we've had a colorful sunrise, but today just gray skies out there. the rain is drying up as it hoov moves farther to the south. so rain chances all done by 8:00, 9:00 this morning. and then it will turn into a very nice afternoon. so bus stop forecast, cloudy sky, maybe a drop or two first thing this morning. you could get away without the umbrella if you had to. going to give recess a b. it will be dry but breezy. later this afternoon fr temperatures mid-60s.
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rain timing coming up. want to say hi to michelle? millions of views for a 106-year-old grandmother thrilled to meet the president and first lady. the new surprise she's getting as she reaches another milestone. we're also staying on top of the breaking news in fair income tax county this morning. a man is dead, police warning neighbors in lorton to stay in
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congress voted to label genetically engineered salmon; why not other foods? gmo crops are doused with heavy doses of herbicides the world health organization says probably cause cancer. isn't that reason enough to label? 64 other countries label gmos. why don't american shoppers have the same information? instead, congress might permanently block our right to know. we deserve clear, on-package labeling. tell senators kaine and warner to stop the dark act.
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15 before the hour. we're keeping you you up to the minute on breaking you news in fairfax county. a man is dead in lorton and police are warning neighbors to stay indoors. what we're finding out about the investigation. and a change in tone from the presidential candidates. and key delegates will are up f grabs. inner loop at van dorn, massive delays remain. still about a 3 1/2 mile backup. we'll take a look at that and other problems coming up. and radar tracking the last of the raindrops as a little cool front slides on by. no more 80s. but that doesn't mean it will be cold. your "7-day forecast" coming right up. breaking news out of virginia this morning. >> police are investigating death of a man on river drive in lo
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>> reporter: if you look behind me, you can see the police presence that we still have here on the scene. this is river drive, 6,000 block. the house where this happened is sort of halfway down there. the area with the truck with the big light, the house is to the left and it's one of the waterfront homes, it bumps up to the potomac river. this began to unfold a little after 1:00 in the morning. police received two 1911 calls. officers found a man in the backyard of the home, he was suffering from trauma to the upper body. that's how police are phrasing it. he was taken from the scene to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead. we're told the person found in the backyard appears to be a resident of the home and that they believe that someone else was home as well at the time that this happened. now, followings have been
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morning. it was very dark out, it's wooded. difficult to see. police wanted to preserve the crime scene and so they were asking people to stay inside their homes and not walk around. just a little while ago, though, we're hearing that they're starting to wrap things up here on the scene. so people are free to leave their hopes and walk about. but certainly give investigator as wide berth as they continue their work. but one man dead and a lot ofof unanswered questions. back to you. good morning. overnight developments in a story we broke out of fairfax county. material investigation fwat tors say they're now reviewing the matter of christopher rademacher, former langley high school teacher in mclane. news 4 iteam investigation last night revealed rademacher resigned his job and had his teaching license revoked after investigation for misconduct on a trip with students on germany. the school sdrip
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investigating allegations he supplied alcohol and encouraged them to strip naked to engaging in sex agentcts. local police did not launch a child abuse investigation they say because it happened overseas. and no criminal charges were filed. rademacher did not appear at his hear manage to the case and has been unreachable for comment, but again this morning the u.s. attorney's office says it is now reviewing the matter of chris taefr r rad haemacher. a 17-year-old was taken in for making a bomb threat over e-mail at mclean high school on wednesday march 2. but investigators say this teen is not connected to seven other threats in northern virginia. a major nonprofit for veterans is making changes. the wounded warrior project fired its ceo and coo yesterday.
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t nonprofit has faced accusations of wasteful spending. one report says it spent 40% to 50% of its money on overhead costs compared to 10% to 15% for other veteran organizations. this 106-year-old woman never thought she would live to visit the white house and meet the president and first lady, but when virginia mclauren did, she had to do a two step. >> she was so excited. thousa now grandma virginia is turning 107 this weekend and molette green is live in southeast washington at the arc where a huge celebration will get under way this morning. >> reporter: and she sdfrnt even know about all that will be happening. and her dance with the president not over yet. just part of the beg surprises coming today for grandma virginia who actually turns 107 tomorrow. >>
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i know dancing is one. >> reporter: just a couple of weeks ago, she danced with the presidented a first lady. her love of life and spirit just that headlines across the nation. for her 107th birthday, again, it's tomorrow, a $5,000 home makeover coming from a deal with our partner whur fm and with bob's discount furniture. take a look at some of the furniture pieces that will decorate her modest apartment. she get here's at 9:00 this morning and the party starts at 10:00. back to you. breaking news on roads. inner alone at van dorn, delays remain. about a 3 1/2 mile backup across the woodrow wilson bridge. something to remind you of, marc camden line, signal issues really slowing things down. might want to consider
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alternate. slow downs bottom of beltway. normal slow downs up top. slow coming off of 95 on to the outer loop of the beltway. 270 montgomery village avenue, don't have any problems. top of the beltway here, again very typical inbound on bw parkway, at slow after you pass 32. and then 5 north at accokeek road, crash cleanup still on the right side. the weather will have a mild impact on any of your outdoor plans. any real impacts limited primarily to first thing this morning. just one or two lonesome sprinkles out there. clearing out this afternoon and dry, cooler by this evening. we've gotten spoiled with the record high temperatures. leading edge ever tof the coole bringing in the rain chance this morning. sunshine for this afternoon and a dry start to the weekend, b
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back to the north as a warm front. so sunday will warmer than saturday, but also more clouds and a little better chance for rain showers. there you go, drying up as the front goes farther and farther down to the south. current temperatures mid-50s shenandoah valley, low to mid-60s around the metro, mid to upper 60s for fredericksburg, northern neck and parts ever southern maryland. so cloudy skies this morning, giving way to sunshine and a gusty northwest wind later this afternoon. temperatures in the mid-60s. clear and dry overnight tonight and a dry start tomorrow. but by tomorrow afternoon, skies going from partly to mostly cloudy. not much of a rain threat tomorrow or tomorrow night, most of your weekend the front half will be dry. sunday, a lot of clouds. almost no sunshine. and there could be some hit and miss showers pri s primarily su afternoon. so certainly no washout coming your way, but tomorrow the better day. runners in the rock and roll marathon tomorrow, near perfect running weather. temperatures upper
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50. up to about 60 by lunchtime. given sunday afternoon some showers. best chance for rain in the next 7 days up on monday. there is no, and i mean no, cold air anywhere in sight. >> thank goodness. if i had a fundamental disagreement and i think most republicans and most americans do, that we shouldn't be allowing billions of dollars to go to nations that hate us to go cuba, iran and let them use those billions -- >> thank you senator cruz. >> that of course senator ted cruz trying to widen his base at last night's gop debate. it was a very different tone from meetings prior to this. donald trump even commenting on how civil the gcandidates were being. we're joined by tracie potts. donald trump's campaign actually facing new issues this morning, something about his campaign manager. >> reporter: yes r,
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rallies. now there is an allegation that his campaign manager roughed up a breitbart reporter might be she would fields. fields tweeted pictures of bruises on her arm when this altercation that was supposedly caught on an audiotape somewhere. we're waiting to see if that will come out. new this morning, just after the debate hours ago, donald trump was asked about all this. he said that there is absolutely no evidence that it even happened. he thinks that it's fabricated. and so we may hear more about that today as the candidates get more civil thin tone on stage, t still questions about how civil some of the rallies have been. >> sg tdid the debate change an minds of people planning to vote democrat? >> reporter: it's a good question of how many independents were turned off by that and we really probably won't know that until the general election. what we do know is
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democrats are shruggilugging it now in ohio. we know that bernie sanders is going to ohio today. clinton is hoping to win ohio to win back some of the midwest votes that she lost in michigan. >> all right. tracie potts on capitol hill for us. thank you. good morning. nestle issuing a voluntary recall of roughly 3 political i don't know boxes of products because they main contain small pieces of glass and it may come from spinach used in the recalled products. no injuries have been reported. with your cnbc business report, i'm landon dowdy. here are four things to know before you head out the door this morning. police in virginia are investigating a man's death. fairfax county officers were called to river drive in lorton. the man died there trauma
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we're working to find out more. montgomery county officers receiving a medal for this amazing rescue. the county just put out this new video of the heroic act. maryland law makers will vote on the bill that would require convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device after a first owe fence. the law is named after know a leotta who was killinged by a suspected drunk driver in december. nancy reagan will be laid to rest next to her husband in california. relatives of every president dating back to jfk will attend her funeral. nancy reagan's two children will speak along with tombrokaw. final check of the "7-day forecast," h#finally friday, everybody. we're in the mid-60s.
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one or two lonesome sprinkles, but we'll be dry and no cold air coming. backup getting a bit better at van dorn street. some delays remainrow wilson br. marc camden line, signal issues so allow extra time. >> thank you. that is the broadcast this morning. thank you for starting your day with us. >> the "today" show is next.
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good morning. playing nice. >> i cannot believe how civil it's been up here. >> the republican for spresiden hopefuls abandon nasty insults and stick to the issues at last night's debate. while donald trump addresses accusations of growing violence at his campaign events. is he doing enough to discourage it? states of emergency. rescues in the south as the death toll rises from the flooding. rivers swelling to all-time highs. no relief in sight. final farewell. nancy reagan's funeral being held in california today. the former first lady


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