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behind bars and charged with second-degree murder of a stabbing death at the deanwood metro. investigators say the killing was a result of an ongoing dispute in a short while ago mayor muriel bowser said people who commit these crimes will be caught. >> there are cameras on all the systems in any incident like this will be caught on tape and the perpetrators of those incidents will be brought to justice. i want to emphasize we have worked with metro to make sure we have an increased presence throughout the system and especially where something like this happens in the system at deanwood metro. >> the fatal stabbing comes two weeks after another teenager was killed at the same deanwood metro station and that suspect also behind bars. and ronald bateman publicly addressing the second-degree
wife during an emotional dispute and insists nothing criminal happened. >> i never ever ever assaulted her. things were said to the police in high stress and high anger that were blown out of proportion and not true. >> his wife suffered minor injuries and according to documents she said he hit her and a special prosecutor taking the case to make sure there is no conflict of interest. a gunman who shot a 7-year- old girl behind bars this afternoon. michael wiggins charged with the shooting that wanted the child as she walked home after dinner with their parents friday night. investigators say he opened fire while a group of people were arguing nearby. at last check she is in fair condition and still in the hospital. today we can learn more about the evidence in a sex assault suspect in fairfax county.
there is a hearing this afternoon and police say martinez broke into a mt. vernon home in february and raped the woman who lives there. officer spotted him several days later and arrested him and he's charged with rape, burglary, and giving false information. we could learn later today the identity of the person dc police pulled from the c&o canal this morning. several roads were close while crews remove the body from the water. in one of the final act of the maryland general assembly noah's law was passed and it's named in honor of montgomery county police officer noah leotta who was hitting killed in december by a drunk driver. governor hogan will sign the bill in the coming days. nikki burdine spoke with no was father and the chief of police. >> reporter: it was a long hard- fought battle to get noah's law past and came down to the wire. it was a unanimous decision. >> i was hoping it would be a lot easier. it
i am drained. >> reporter: his father continues to carry his son's picture and rallying to get the bill named for his son passed. now he has an extra accessory. >> my wife doesn't like the end of the watch. >> reporter: there's a reason he is wearing the pan. >> he doesn't have an end of watch. he has the start of watch and his sunset never happened. every time an interlock goes on a car he will be on patrol. >> reporter: on the streets stopping intoxicated drivers as the night he was hit and killed a man suspected of driving drunk and because of noah there will be fewer convicted drunk drivers on the road. >> what he accomplished here and make no mistake this would not happen without no was sacrifice.>> reporter: it will be less busy for
no more fighting for the bill in annapolis. >> behind the scenes our heart is still broken and it will always be broken >> reporter: today he has one important meeting. >> we will go to the cemetery and talk to noah and give him one of these pins and leave it behind and tell him this is for him and he still has more work to do. >> reporter: governor hogan says when he gets the bill he will happily sign it. nikki burdine wusa9.>> rich leotta says the final version of the bill that was passed was a stronger version and pleased with the result. hydraulic fracturing the controversial practice of using water to remove natural gas from deposits could be banned in prince george's county even though drilling permits are issued by the state. the counting can use zoning power to prohibit the practice. the council met this morning to vote on a new ordinance to ban it in every zone in prince george's county and a similar bill passed in montgomery county. maryland and viia
fracking states. the 2016 presidential contenders continue to work on votes in new york a week away from the primaries. donald trump and hillary clinton hold double-digit leads over rivals and ted cruz is so far behind trump in new york pulls that he's ignoring the state and focusing on california. during a rally he mocked trumps delegate complaints. >> donald, 65,000 people voted in the state of colorado but they didn't vote for you, they voted for our campaign. >> despite winning eight of the last nine democratic contest bernie sanders still trails hillary clinton in the overall delegate count. 95 delegates are on the line for the republicans in new york. at all the latest breaking news, a election will
in the election and download the wusa mobile app and it's free. the forecast this morning the yellow alert lifted and milder weather moving in. allyson rae is tracking the weather and joins us with weather forecast. >> turning around and lingering in areas in southern maryland but everyone else tries out. a little bit of sunshine in the district. it will continue for another hour or two, spotty drizzle in mechanicsburg and fredericks will. -- fredericks bill. moving from the west to the east and sunny as can be in hagerstown and parts of winchester. sunshine for mid afternoon and that's game tonight will be nice. breezy today and winds northwest
. into the 50s and started off 10 degrees warmer after midnight. no temperatures moderate and back to the low 60s briefly. winds will diminish and clear skies and in the 30s by first thing tomorrow morning. we will let you know how long this nice weather will stick around later. new crash tests show which large pickup trucks perform the best and worst in regards to safety. coming up see if your truck makes the cost. but sierra club chooses jamie raskin
for congress they all talk about climate change. because only raskin wrote laws to reduce our carbon footprint and is leading the fight against fracking in maryland. raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message.
the nra and its campaign cash are what stands between us and gun reform. "every time i think about those kids... it gets me mad" chris van hollen met with nra lobbyists to craft a loophole that would let the nra skirt a new campaign finance law and block gun control. but democrat donna edwards said "no" to the nra loophole and stood up to the gun lobbyh. and she would ban assault weapons. democrat donna edwards, maryland's next senator. working for us pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
the weekend was supposed to be at a mariners baseball game 33- year-old john charlton when she disappeared. a homeowner called police after finding body parts in a recycling bill miles away shortly after she was reported missing . neighbors are in disbelief. >> i just talked to her. >> it's really hard to have this kind of news this close to home.>> john charlton has been accused with murdering her and investigators are seeing if these link to other unsolved murders. to friends of joe carson i of will appear in court soon at the tribeca film festival. the movie captures the range of emotions i felt after learning he played a major role in the bombings. the 12 minute film uses the terrorists americanized nickname and was written by two of his classmates. we have the forecast coming up. >> it's cool and breezy from time to time but nice game tonight
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and i approve this message, because i'm on your side. sunday in japan this was the scene at the festival and teams made up of fishermen and farmers carry shrines while running. the teams crash into each other at least eight times and the festival is a traditional way fishers and farmers plate -- pray for large catches and good harvests. your pickup may not be as tough as you thought. there were recently conducted crash tests on large pickup
trucks and not every truck measured up. >> reporter: in the market of large pickup trucks the insurance institute for highway safety says the ford f1 50 super cab earned the top grading performing best in all the crash tests. >> when ford redesigned this vehicle they clearly did a good job of targeting all the crash modes. >> reporter: they said the ford f1 50 is best at helping vehicle occupants withstand serious injuries especially leg and foot injuries after a crash. the crash tests replicate what happens when a pickup truck runs off the road and hits a tree, pull, or another vehicle. among the test two front impacts an aside crash. >> we looked at rear impact tests and also at roof tests. >> reporter: in addition to ford's top rating they say the chevy silverado double cab and the toyota tundra
scored acceptable safety ratings. both the dodge ram 1500 crew cab and quad cab didn't fare so well receiving poor ratings were vehicle structure. they say the force of the grass in these two model shoves fortunes of the jordan hinges, instrument panels and steering columns towards the occupants. they do not make recommendations to automakers but encourages them to redesign their vehicles for ultimate passenger safety. cbs news los angeles. >> the insurance institute for highway safety has been crash testing cars since 1994 and reviews area like a car structures, o street, and injury measures. it's easier said than done but experts recommend limiting the amount of time children use tablets and smartphones. they say0b
should be limited to two hours of screen time a day and children under two years should never be exposed. a pediatrician says they realize the challenge parents face but say kids need to unplug. >> have tax-free zones. that might be mealtimes and definitely the bedroom. >> this fall the american academy of pediatrics plan to update current guidelines to reflect the modern age and study show excessive media use and lead to attention problems, sleep disorders and obesity. in today's health alert middle-aged men and women prone to heart disease may benefit from a daily aspirin. a task force urging potential heart patients between 50 and 69 years old without bleeding risks to consider taking a low dose aspirin every day. they say it could prevent heart attacks, stroke, and colorectal cancer. stanford scientists tracking cigarette smokers that covered
time finding a job than non- smokers and earn substantially less what they do. doctors say it's not clear if the habit is the cause or result of unemployment. the weather is affecting of sea lions off the coast of california. there are new ones coming in every day and most of the rescued pups are starving and must be nursed back to health. saving the pups is a priority since the birth weight is declining and the death rate is rising. >> we are getting concerned if we continue to have increased mortality year after year that the overall sea lion population will decline rapidly. >> they say el nino was partly to blame because warmer waters mean fewer food sources for sea lion mothers and their babies. every day is a great day to fly a kite and a perfect day on sunday in northern france
7000 people attended the opening of the international kite festival. for 10 days kite enthusiasts arrive on the coast to fly giants and original kites. things aren't as pleasant in the southern part of the u.s. parts of texas and arkansas cleaning up after a line of stormy weather dropped baseball and softball sized hail. don champion reports on the damage. >> reporter: the violent storms created devastating sites and north texas. in a matter of minutes, hail the size of baseballs and bigger broke countless windows and exposed homes and pierced a hole in tim burton's roof. >> it's incredible. i've never been through anything like this before. >> reporter: hailstones pummeled
there's so much damage in a city outside of dallas that the school district canceled classes today. the severe weather it as a line of storms marched across the south. in arkansas powerful wind knocked trees onto homes and elsewhere in the state lightning sparked a fire that destroyed this church. the severe weather threat across the region is lower today. don champion cbs news. >> the damage from yesterday's storm will take a few days to sso use the wusa mobile app to find out the latest on this story and whether affecting your neighborhood. better than the app to find out the whether affecting your neighborhood live in a person we have allyson rae. >> i was leaving town and i was driving thankfully south because it was a mess. everyone was grunting and groaning about how miserable it was. it was snow, sleet, and windy and this weekend i am happy to report
our weather will turn around and finally getting into a nice spring pattern. something to look forward to. not the best day now but getting rid of the rain. here is your pollen count and allergy index. tree pollen high and without any good rain in the forecast, pollen count will be a bit up if you are an allergy sufferer. we are going to be staying dry for a while. about seven or eight days before the next good rain chance. try and the district with lingering showers for southern maryland and the northern neck. everyone else tries out and more aheading through the afternoon. clouds are departing and rain will linger and
through the northern neck and southern maryland. a few more lingering sprinkles.: breezy this afternoon and temperature started in the upper 50s and making our way back to the low 60s this afternoon with the sunshine out there especially to the west but a chilly night tonight with diminishing winds and clear skies. rest of the week looking at high pressure coming on and sunshine across the board. great weather and finally won't be breezy. we can't get rid of the winds the last few days. temperatures will run a few degrees below average but pretty nice. low 60s and we will take it. by this weekend near 70 degrees and very nice. 57 now and breezy with winds near 20 miles per hour. here comes the sunshine working its way in on the satellite and clear skies r
and into the evening. sunshine by 4:00. 61 degrees and back to the 60s and then down to the 50s for the evening. if you go to the game, sweatshirt weather. 47 degrees at midnight and wind speeds drop-off. cold one tomorrow morning. they haven't issued a freeze watch but flirting with it. 35 manasses. heading into the suburbs you will be in the 30s and 40s for the metro. tomorrow afternoon low 60s and comfortable the next few days. cooler than what we expect but a lot of people will be happy with the weather because the weekend looks fabulous. rest of the afternoon tryout and increasing sunshine. 61 wednesday. 62 thursday.
for a cup of coffee just because you're a woman. so why does congress think it's ok that women get paid 20% less than a man for
doing the same job? i'll fight for pay equity, to protect planned parenthood, choice for women, and expand paid and family leave. now some politicians will belittle this as a women's agenda. more proof that we just need more women in congress. i'm kathleen mathews and i approve this message.
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