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right now on news4 midday, burned out and up in flames. i'm barbara harrison. the tragic discovery at a maryland townhome and what investigators say fueled the fire. airport workers planning to strike. thousands of staff here and across the country are planning to walk off the job. the new way the president picked for the supreme court is trying to get support from both parties. fresh and cool on this wednesday, and some storms by the end of the week. news4 midday starts right now. and developing right now, two men dead in two separate fir
one was found in a basement of a townhouse that burned in gate osburg, the other died in a fire in d.c. we're learning more about the fires. kristin is in gaithersburg on windjammer way. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: as you mentioned, fire investigators are here now trying to figure out exactly what started this fire that apparently has killed one man. just a few minutes ago, we had the chance to speak to a friend of the victim. >> i'm just devastated. >> reporter: lynn coren has lost a friend. firefighters found his body in the townhouse apartment he rented on windjammer way in gaithersburg. he was in the basement in the debris. lynn spoke to him just two days ago. >> he cleaned up his life. i told him i missed seeing him, that i would like to come over
>> reporter: the fire was so intense and wouldn't go out. firefighters initially thought gas was fueling the flames. >> it's just like having a candle continuously burning that you can't put out. >> reporter: the people living upstairs got out. firefighters thought everyone was accounted for until they found the body after midnight. this morning engineers gave firefighters the okay to go back in, and now investigators are trying to figure out how the fire started. >> he's in my prayers. >> reporter: at this point, officials have not identified the man who died. back to you. >> thank you, kristin. in the other fire, one person died in this one this morning in the 3800 block of 45th avenue in northwest washington. fire officials told us only that the person who died was male. in the video you can see the fire extended onto the second floor and onto the roof as well. we're working to find out how the fire actually started.
desk. right now merrick garland is working with senators on capitol hill. take a live look at the senate office building. garland is expected to appear at a photo op there in just a little while. garland met with minnesota senator al franken. these meetings with democrats come just one day after the first gop senator met with garland. the congress says they will not meet for a replacement yet. the workers were planning to strike last week but decided to wait until after the terror attacks in brussels. security officers, cleaners and baggage handlers, including workers at reagan national, will walk off the job for 24 hours. they're demanding a higher minimum wage and
prepared for the strike and it should not impact travel in a major way. good morning. here in the storm team 4 weather center, looking at temperatures finally warming up a bit after a very cold start this morning. right now getting just a very light breeze there near union station. live few from our capitol camera. we have spring colors all around the region. your weather headlines for this wednesday, another cool evening like last wednesday, then milder temperatures will be moving in tomorrow. a chance of storms, it looks like, maybe on friday afternoon. looking at storm team 4 radar, no rain, no snow anywhere in our vicinity. good travel weather up and down the 95 corridor or in or out of the midwest. a front comes in maybe triggering some of those storms later in the week. >> thank you, tom. developing some scary video out of arundel county right now. this crash between a car and tractor-trailer shut down an intersecti
you can see the car is trapped under the truck. they collided and crossed in maryland at the intersection of 223 and 244. the roads are back open now. one person was taken to the hospital, but we don't know his or her condition right now. we can't say this enough. get ready to find another way to get around d.c. because the area around the washington convention center is going to be shut down tonight. leaders from around the world are in town for the nuclear security summit. it starts tomorrow, but many of the representatives arrive today. you can check the nbc washington app for ways to get around the traffic. not just the fencing but the road closures around the convention center. the closures last through saturday. now to decision 2016. donald trump is standing by his campaign manager after he was charged with simple battery. police in jupiter, florida charged cory lewandowski after seeing a video showing lewandowski grabbingpo
conference. before the video came to light, lewandowski denied touching fields and said he never met her. but this morning on the "today" show, trump says he didn't do anything wrong. >> he brushes her, and he brushed her to probably get her hand off my arm. so it was so minor, he might not have even realized it took place. >> simple battery is a misdemeanor, and lewandowski's first court appearance is scheduled for may. gop frontrunner donald trump says he cannot promise to support whoever becomes the republican nominee. last year all the gop candidates, including trump, signed a pledge of support for whoever the gop candidate will be. that pledge was essentially created to prevent a third party candidacy by trump. trump says he cannot honor the pledge because he's been treated unfairly by the rnc during this campaign. senator marco rubio may be quietly working on a plan to force a contested republican nv
despite suspending his campaign, rubio is attempting to keep every delegate he won. one aide said the florida senator wants to give the voters a chance to stop trump. if rubio convinces most state parties to maintain his delegate, that could effectively deny trump 172 potential delegates. those delegates could prove critical in trump's quest for the nomination. keys in the ignition and an eight-year-old in the backseat. in 60 seconds, a terrifying situatn for aio
it affected records at georgetown and washington hospital center. they said it does not appear any personal information was stolen. a warning to parents to take the keys and the kids out of the car when you get out. this after someone steals a car from a daycare with an eight-year-old girl inside. the suspect is still on the run in dallas, texas. police there say the mom was dropping off a child but left her car on with her daughter inside. the girl was able to escape with only minor injuries. police did finally track down the car. it's one of our busiest tourist spots and it's been shut down nine times in the last year. in 60 seconds, what we're finding out about new
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degrees north and west of washington, beginning to climb into the low 50s. mid-50s part of northern virginia. chesapeake bay in the mid-40s. post your pictures like gail lieberman did of these roses that were still in shock this morning as temperatures got down into the 20s. this was taken in northern montgomery county. a little bit of frost there, but they'll rebound and recover nicely. good day to get some exercise. we'll have lots of sunshine. temperatures climbing into the low 60s by mid-afternoon, upper 50s by evening hours. a cool afternoon. a great day. it's invigorating. >> thank you, tom. right now let's take a live look at the washington monument this morning. the monument reopened today after closing yesterday afternoon after its latest elevator malfunction. the elevator got stuck about 280 feet up yesterday. 19 people were in the elevator at the time, but they were all able to get out. 23 people
observation deck of the tower had a long walk down, 900 steps. this is the ninth time in less than a year that the elevator issues have come up and caused the monument to close. the cause of the breakdown yesterday still unknown. self-defense. that is a stance north korea is taking on its recent missile launches. a man with the north korean ministry of foreign affairs talked to the associated press. he said north korea is reacting to military drills run by south korea and the united states. he said the drills are sending the korean peninsula to, quote, the brink of war. virginia's governor weighs in on a comprehensive bill on same-sex couples. why some call the plan
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just into the newsroom, governor terry mcauliffe has vetoed some legislation that he calls nothing more than to stigmatize. he said the bill would protect people who actively discriminate against same-sex couples. he fears businesses wouldn't want to come to the states and create a strong business climate. a similar controversial bill in georgia was just vetoed by the governor there and the law being criticized as anti-lgbt in north carolina has come under fire from the state's own attorney general. we're learning this morning
congress for more money less than a month before monday's shooting. capitol police asked for an additional $35 million next year. the report was filed three weeks before monday's shooting and lock lockdown at the visitor center. they also want to add more checkpoints inside businesses and garages. >> it's the challenge we face throughout the country, the unknown threat and whether it's an organized effort or whether it's the individual, we always have to be cognizant of the threat environment. >> congress must decide by the end of this year whether to give u.s. capitol police an additional 72 officers. meanwhile this morning, the suspect from monday's shooting remains in the hospital in critical condition. larry dawson is a pastor from tennessee. capitol police say dawson pointed a pellet gun at officers at the security checkpoint inside the capitol's visitors cter. a capitol poe
him. once he is released from the hospital, dawson will appear in d.c. superior court on two assault charges. good morning, here is your travel impact forecast. don't have any weather problems getting around our entire region for the afternoon, this evening or the thursday morning commute. we'll have dry pavement and mostly clear skies, and then clouds on the increase tomorrow. and the metro forecast for the rest of the day today, fresh and cool. afn highs should make it into the low 60s. then the increasing clouds on thursday, mild and breezy. afternoon highs around 70 degrees tomorrow. so the afternoon commute looking good, too. it's late thursday night into friday that showers are looking likely, so friday morning there may be some showers around, some wet pavement, temperatures climbing into the mid-70s friday afternoon, and there could be some thunderstorms on friday afternoon into friday evening. >> thank you, tom. developing right now, a surprise guilty plea has come down in a 15-year-old murder case. the "washington post" is reor
virginia man whose murder conviction was overturned now says he did it. justin wolf admits he helped plan the 2001 murder of fellow drug dealer daniel patroli. prosecutors withheld evidence in the case and overturned the original conviction. wolf remains in prison awaiting a new trial until this guilty plea. a confidential settlement has been reached in a hazing lawsuit at the university of virginia. a former swim team member accused five upperclassmen of embarrassing hazing rituals in 2015. he said he was os tra sized by his team when he told the coach and administrators. terms have not been released, but they did issue an apology. today you can check out the design concepts for an amazing modernization and design concept set for union station. the project will include realigning tracks, realigning the concourse and preserving the
building. you can check out the design starting at 4:00 this afternoon in the station's presidential room. you are going to see some changes this year at the ballpark. the nats' home opener ais week from this thursday. the team says there are some new family-iefrlynd plesac and great places to take your kids. there will be some new food to try. that's half the fun. and behind the scenes, new security measures to keep you safe. >> obviously there are some things i can't talk about that we're implementing this season. i will tell you we're having k-9 teams at every ball game this year. >> the regular season starts this sunday and the home opener is next thursday afternoon. go, nats. can't wait. new technology coming out is being called a game changer. it can transport you to other worlds and may even revolutionize the way you live your life. nbc's kerry sanders explains. >> go, san francisco. >> reporter: virtual reality is already
virtually everything. and soon vr will be virtually every wrchwher everywhere. >> we expected this to happen much sooner than it has. >> go inside a virtual shoe store and you'll be able to narrow your choices, pick colors, all before you get your foot in the door of a real store. or find your fabulous face applying virtual makeup. doctors now get to practice surgical procedures with virtual patients before they go into an operating room. and everything from fear of flying to fear of public speaking can be tackled with vr. and speaking of tackling, athletes can immerse themselves in a virtual game, practicing plays against a virtual opposing team. and you can literally be an armchair quarterback. before you spend your hard-earned money on an expensive vacation, go there. virtually. have ak
then there is virtual reality news. instead of some guy bringing the news to you -- >> we're inside the tampa convention center here. there is about 800 people -- >> -- you'll be able to virtually experience the event yourself as if you were there without that guy. wait! what? the "new york times" uses the google cardboard virtual reader, google goggles. you can go upscale with dior goggles or happy goggles made with the mcdonald's happy meal box. news, travel, virtually anything you can think of. it all takes some getting used to. >> what is going on! >> get that adjusted. >> holy mackerel. >> it will continue to accelerate in quality and continue to drop in price over time. there will be a moment in which this is in your future. >> that is wild. all right,
i'm aaron gilchrist. here are some of the stories lighting up social media this morning. one or another face will be added to the hall. the latest trailer for "game of thrones" season 6 just a tease, apparently. it's 30 seconds long and really doesn't give too much away, so you're going to have to wait and see. season 6 begins on april 24. >> well, i ordered a small pizza half cheese and half bacon and they bring me half hamburger so i called them back and they don't want to give my money back. they keep hanging. >> okay, that's not a police matter, ma'
well, someone in connecticut called 911 about a pizza delivery mistake. she claimed she was given hamburger instead of the pizza she ordered. the 911 operator told her she needed to work it out with the pizza shop. neighbors in the area said thi woman should be fined for wasting valuable 911 resources. imagine playing a musical instrument made with ice? that's exactly what these musicians are doing. an ice scluptor in colorado made this. they make instruments made out of ice. first graders and a suspended plot to kill a classmate? in 60 seconds, the dangerous way students were pl
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and now at 11:25, temperatures climbing into the 50s. and later today the low 60s, bright sunshine. late tomorrow and friday morning, some showers. afternoon storms possible on friday. highs reaching the mid-70s. only a slight risk those storms will be severe. then on saturday might have a morning sprinkle, then sun back and highs reaching mid-60s. look at the big changes on the way on the storm team 7-day outlook. sunday and monday, highs only in the low 50s. may be a bit chillier on tuesday with highs only at 50 degrees after a few morning showers. today the fate of another lawsuit against bill cosby is in the hands of a judge. cosby's attorney wants to delay a lawsuit brought by judi
she sued cosby in 2014 claiming the abuse happened in a bedroom of the playboy mansion in 1974. cosby's attorneys want the case put on hold until a sexual assault criminal case filed in pennsylvania is resolved. three fourth graders in alaska have been suspended for allegedly plotting to kill a fellow student. the three female students had planned to poison a fourth person with silica gel packets found inside their lunch boxes. the plot was uncovered by another student who overheard the girls talking and told a school facility member. they said no charges will be filed and it's up to the school and school district to set the punishment. medstar is working to get back to complete service with a com
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i'm melissa meloit at the live desk. medstar has taken down its computer system by malware on monday. doctors say they can now review medical records and take orders. no patient information or associate information or data was compromised. medstar's i.t. team and cyber experts have been working around the clock to get medstar back up and running. developing now, investigators are looking into
fire that firefighters had trouble putting out. take a live look at the scene right now in gaithersburg. hours before, a townhouse was up in flames and a man died. news4's kristin wright talked to a woman who says she knew the victim and was a close friend. >> firefighter investigators, as yo mentioned, they're trying to figure out exactly what started this fire. at the same time people who knew this man who died are just now finding out what happened. this morning engineers came out to make sure the townhouse was safe for firefighters and investigators to re-enter. a floor collapsed in the fire so they thought they might have to shore up the structure in order toç go back in. this was a pretty big one. the fire chief told me today that despite efforts by firefighters, it wouldn't go out so easily last night. they initially thought gas had to be fueling the flames. when firefighters did get the fire under control, that is when they found the man in the basement. we talked to a frien
>> i'm just devastated. he's in my prayers. cleaned up his life, and i told him that i miss seeing him, that i'd like to come over and bring him something to eat. >> reporter: at this point fire investigators and officials have not said who this man was. in gaithersburg, kristin wright, news4. well, allergy sufferers, unfortunately the pollen count is back up. it's returned with the dry weather in the last couple days. mostly maple and box elder. seeing a little oak showing up but really won't be here until april. get some
mid-50s. low 60s by 3:00. unlike yesterday, we won't have to battle the wind. lighter wind toward the end of the day as well by 6:00 p.m., back into the upper 50s. today there will be a vigil for a 15-year-old boy killed at the deanwood metro station. the vigil for devon washington will begin at 6:00 at that station. the shooting happened while his mother and two sisters were waiting for a train. they ask the shooter asked why washington was looking at him. washington said, what? and he shot him in the chest. investigators are looking into the shooting. police are looking into a man's death at a warehouse. the man was killed when a huge storage area collapsed inside a giant refrigerator at the food warehouses yesterday.
critically. police have not released any of their names. we're also working on the name of a person who died in a pond yesterday. police say the body was found in the water off williamson boulevard in manassas last night. they're not sure why it was there. a d.c. fire captain is off the job this morning after being charged with second-degree theft. the alleged theft happened while alan noskeski was at a house fire wednesday night. he took an expensive book from the home. the book was worth a few thousand dollars. noskeski is now on leave after being arrested. people are relieved after the city council voted down a redistricting plan. formally known as plan 12, testimony came for two hours
washburn. they talked about moving two schools into neighboring schools and it would have segregated latino students. by flyers, parents were informed of the proposed changes. >> they wanted to stay in their schools because they formed relationships in those schools and they're succeed ng those schools. >> however, the fight may not be over. they say because of the rapid growth, the topic of changing boundary lines will come up again. prince georges county overhauled its emergency response system, and starting today, you can text 911 to alert police and firefighters of an emergency. fairfax county also does that. they started their text to 911 service last year. a former redskins star is facing charges of domestic violence this morning. former defensive lineman george starr was arrested at the w hotel in d.c. monday night.
after a woman said he hit her in the face. a lot of you have been clicking in the story on line. you can see it on the nbc washington app or share it on the facebook page. the greater washington board of trade and metropolitan council of governments are hosting the summit that focuses on restoring metro as a world class system. leaders are talking about how to fund and run the rail system. they also plan to discuss future transportation trends. now to the latest on the investigation into the terror attacks in brussels. belgian investigators are still looking for at least one suspect in the attacks that happened one week ago. this morning authorities are reducing the death toll. officials had previously said 35 people had been killed, not including the three suicide bombers. they now say the number is 32. meanwhile 44 people are still in the hospital recovering from their injuries. you want to see this. her dad was in trouble and she
how old are you, honey? >> i'm seven years old. >> is your mother or daddy there? >> my dad is on the floor, and he's on the ground sleeping. >> is there anybody else there with you? >> no, it's only me. my mom is at -- >> today that brave seven-year-old girl will be honored for making that 911 call you just heard. jenna valoris saved her dad's life when he was having a diabetic seizure. today she will meet with the 911 operator who took her call and take a tour of the 911 rescue communication area. earlier this month she found her dad unconscious on the floor of their silver spring apartment. she remembered what her mother taught her to do in an emergency. >> so you called 911. >> yep. >> why? >> because my dad was
up. >> thank you so much for saving my life. >> you can listen to the full 911 call that jenna daloria made on the app. just search 911 on the app. the district is supposed to speed up response times, but we're learning that he may actually be slowing things down. mark seagraves received internal memos from d.c. fire and ems. computers used by ems are not communicating with computers by rmr. that means they have to put intentions on paper, delaying any trips to the hospital. news4 learned a cardiac arrest call had to wait 28 minutes for a d.c. ambulance, even though a private ambulance was nearby. ci
now your storm team 4 stormcast. it's just sweeping across the nation. the graining is under way in northwest washington, and off in the distance is montgomery county. the trees really greening up rapidly. for the rest of the day you'll need a light jacket and sunglasses but forget the warm coat as temperatures are really quickly warming up. right now storm team 4 radar scanning the sky. see high clouds coming in. no rain anywhere in the vicinity. new developments this morning on the man who hijacked that airplane. egypt is asking cyprus to send eldin mustafa to them for charges. cypus
matt, you're going to destroy a man's life over what happened? matt, she changed her tune a lot after she saw she was on tape. >> this morning donald trump is defending his campaign manager. he was charged with simple assault for grabbing a reporter by the arm during an event. meanwhile trump and the other gop candidates are saying that they can't keep that pledge to support whoever becomes the party's presidential nominee. nbc's edward lawrence has more on the fallout from capitol hill. >> good morning. all of this made the republican town hall very heated. their accusations and explanations as the republican candidate for president tried to convince wisconsin voters to choose them. senator ted cruz, donald trump and governor john kasich tried to sway wisconsin voters during
important primary in the state. donald trump defended his campaign manager corwin lewandowski in the wake of a charge filed against him. >> we have to tell it like it is. it would be so easy for me to terminate this man, ruin his life. >> reporter: trump says he would not fire lewandowski even though a surveillance video shows him grabbing the arm of a reporter. >> i've chosen to endorse ted cruz. >> reporter: he said the incident at trump's event shows a greater problem. >> physical violence. that has no place in a political campaign, it has no place in our democracy. >> reporter: kasich agreed. >> if it was me, if i was in this circumstance, i would take some sort of action. either suspension or firing. >> reporter: democratic presidential hopeful hillary clinton applauded the reporter for following through on the incident. >> it certainly suggests that, you
thought that her story was credible. >> reporter: wisconsin has 42 delegates in a winner-take-all primary. a few polls in the state show donald trump and senator ted cruz are in a virtual tie. edward lawrence, nbc news, washington. right now we've got the bright sunshine. storm team 4 day forecast, a beautiful spring day on the way. temperatures should make it into the low 60s in the next couple hours, around 2:00 or 4:00 in the afternoon. during the day, increasing clouds. milder temperatures as we'll get a southwesterly breeze coming in. we'll be up around 70 degrees tomorrow afternoon. it's late on thursday night that's the next chance for rain, maybe early morning showers friday on the morning commute. temperatures in the 50s. during the afternoon might get some thunderstorms. there is a slight risk of severe storms friday afternoon, so stay tuned, we'll keep you posted on storm team 4 in the mid-70s. then
sunday, monday and tuesday as we get in next week. we now know the fbi turned to a company in israel for getting into the iphone of the attackers. they no longer need apple's help and have dropped their lawsuit against the tech giant. investigators now have access into the cell phone of syed farouk. tech giants in the industry say others could have gained access. >> if someone has access to the device and they have a limited amount of time and money, they will get to the information on that device. >> there is a way to get into the iphone and that may now make people feel insecure. flint said it was the state that stopped a plan to keep the state's drinking water s
with anti-corrosive chemicals once the water started coming from the state's river. the decision allowed lead to seep into the water from aging pipes. people who live in flint are still being told not to drink unfiltered tap water. we have a consumer alert for you this morning. it seems it doesn't matter how much you spend on a car, the price tag is no guarantee of good headlights. that according to a new report out today. reporter susan hogan has the details. >> for the first time ever, the insurance institute for highway safety tested and rated headlights of more than two dozen 2016 mid-size cars. now, the independent testing group evaluated the headlights after dark, and out of 31 cars, only one was rated good, and that was the toyota prius v. all the rest didn't do as well. the institute measured light om
while cars traveled straight and on various curves. the prius v scored best with l.e.d. lights and high beam assists. those headlights, though, are only available to consumers who purchase the advanced technology package. and don't think the more you spend always gets you better headlights. the same test came back with a poor rating for a bmw 3 series collagen headlights. in fact, the test revealed that many of the poor rated headlights belonged to luxury vehicles. and the institute also said half of traffic delt aths occur in t dark, and improved headlights have the ability to substantially reduce fatalities. susan hogan, news4. >> news4 asked bmw about the way its hemts raadlights ranked, an said, in part, it's disappointed with the results of the iihs headlight test of a bmw 3 series. but remains confidentca
price points. it called itself the technology leader for headlight technology innovation. it also has pioneered night vision tmz that can detect animals and pedestrians far better than other high range headlights. takata could face a $174 billion cost for recalling airbags. it may need to recall more than 250 millionaire bag inflaters. takata and the automakers still have to determine how the costs would be shared. more than 50 millionaire ba air have been recalled around the world which can explode and spread shards throughout the vehicle. the affordable care act
branch collapsed. because of his injuries, the east angelo ambulance was called out. he said he didn't realize at fir first who the prince was. he suffered an injured shoulder and a broken hip and a whole bunch of other surprises. they say a cat has nine lives. this is cupcake who survived eight days cooped up in a box after accidentally being sent in the mail. a british resident sent some cds and the cat jumped in the
zookeepers. it's hanging out with him, the cub is kissing the zookeeper, giving him backrubs. what a friendship. look at this. the keeper is now being hailed as the new foster dad. look at this. look at them. look! >> oh, wow. >> how cute is that. so this morning i was telling aaron i basically need to bring a panda into my house. he made fun of me. let's check on the weather. john, how would like to have a panda in your house? >> i think we could start doing pandas on the ones. every 10 minutes. we're in the mid-50s in the metro area. low 50s around the bay. it's around 50 degrees and your metro forecast for the afternoon will be climbing into the low 60s with sunshine, partly sunny. warm tomorrow. showers and thunderstorms perhaps on friday. friday afternoon into the mid-70s. morning showers and then maybe some storms on friday afternoon. there is a slight risk they could be severe.
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