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>> corden: tim mcgraw and faith hill present record and album of the year. only cbs. than it was. education for me has been a way to get away from the agony of what was normal life. i want to be able to impact a community. not just look back on where i came from but to reach back to where i came from and pull some people up with me.
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biggest awards of the night, >> corden: now, to present the biggest awards of the night, record of the year and album of the year, please welcome a country power couple who both know a little something about winning: tim mcgraw and faith hill. >> take it from us, winning a grammy award is a moment to remember. >> let's see who has one of those moments right now. these are the nominations for record of the year. >> announcer: "hello," adele. "formation," beyoncé. "7 years," lukas graham. "work," rihanna featuring drake.
"stressed out," twenty one pilots. >> and the grammy goes to: "hello," adele. greg kurstin, julian burg, tom coyne, tom elmhirst, emile haynie, greg kurstin, randy merrill, liam nolan, alex pasco, joe visciano. >> you cut him off last time. >> thank you, adele. jonathan dickens, thank you very much. i have such a great team, rachel, alex bosco, julian burke, bill barrel and i'm so lucky to be working with adele. it was just incredible. so thank you so much, everyone who voted for the song, thank
( applause ) >> thank you, obviously, to greg. thank you to everyone that voaptd. and thank you to my manager because the comeback, as it were, was completely masterminded by him. and you executed it incredibly, and i owe you everything. we've been together for 10 years, and i love you like you're my dad. i love you so, so much. i love my dad, that's the thing. that doesn't mean a lot. i love you like i would love my dad. and, of course, my dream, my dream and my idol is queen bee, and i adore you. you move my soul every single day. and you have done for nearly 17 years. i adore you, and i want you to be my moment, all right. ( applause ) >>
asweetie. and now we end music's biggest night with a very big award. >> these are the nominations for album of the year. >> announcer: "25," adele. "lemonade," beyoncé. "purpose," justin bieber. "views," drake. "a sailor's guide to earth," sturgill simpson. >> and the grammy goes to: "25," adele. danger mouse, samuel dixon, paul epworth, greg kurstin, max martin, ariel rechtshaid, shellback,he
and ryan tedder. >> thank you. hi, guys. hi. hi, everyone. hi. hi. hi. hi. as you can see, it took an army to make me strong and willing again to do it. and i thank you all from the bottom of my heart. five years ago, when i was last here, i was so-- i was pregnant, and i didn't know. and i was awarded that shortly after, i found out shortly after, which was the biggest blessing of my life. and in my pregnancy, becoming a mother, i lost a lot of mysel
struggle being a mom. it's really hard. but tonight winning this kind of fulz full circle. but i can't possibly accept this award, and i'm very humbled and very grateful and gracious but my life is beyonce, and the album to me, the "lemonade" album, beyonce, was so monumental, and so well thought out. and so beautiful and soul bearing and we all got to see another side of you that you don't always let us see, and we appreciate that. and all us artists adore you. you are our light. and the way that you make me and my friends feel, the way you make my black friends feel is empowering, and you make them stand up for themselves. and i love you. i always have. and i always will. agreements, i appreciate it. the academy, i love you, my manager, my husband, and my son. you're thenl
more than 30,000 folks without power in virginia and trees into a house, no injuries. wind gusts at national airport tonight of 66 miles per hour and a high wind warning continues right on through 6 p.m. tomorrow. it will take longer to go to and from work. power outages will cause some traffic lights to be out. you're flying out of the city tomorrow, i'd check the airlines for delays. 66 mile-per-hour wind gusts recorded, not estimated and i verified that with the folks at the weather service, 58 mile- per-hour wind gusts at hagerstown and 45 mile-per-hour gusts in martinsburg in the last hour. it will sound like a freight train for you folks in st. mary's county and in southern maryland, a little reminiscent of the derecho but not as strong, dahlgren it rolls through about 12:48 and all those are damage reports, high wind gusts, trees down, numerous trees down. we'll start north and
about 9:56 and winds marched south and east, damascus a wind gust 58 miles per hour and that's at 10:44. these are now forecast gusts. by 6 a.m. we're looking at 40 to 60 mile- per-hour gusts and by noon wind gusts over 40 miles per hour to the north and even by 6 p.m. winds will be gusting anywhere from 26 to about 35 miles per hour. so yellow alert overnight through tomorrow. why gustswide gusts impacted are dream and numerous trees down and some power -- and numerous frees down and some power outages. the temperatures will be deceiving when we come back how to
a message to parents about bullying as told by children in their own words called if my parents only knew. >> the department of health and human services found about half of all kids have been bullied, but our panel found a number much more alarming. >> it was unanimous. every child admitted to being bullied and tonight they explain what that's really like. >> if only my parents knew. >> how it feels to be bullied. >> to be bullied. >> if only my parents knew what it was like to be bullied in 2017. >> with a show of hands tell us how many of you have been bullied. wow. >> they created a whole other instagram account to hate on me. >> i've been called fat, ugly, just these like 1 liners. >> this one girl, she kept saying these racist jokes to me. ♪[ music ] >>
understands. even though he's a high school principal, he knows about this stuff. >> these days kids will like make up jokes about how you need to like kill yourself. ♪[ music ] >> these days kids will like make up jokes about how you need to like kill yourself. you need to go die. you need to go and it just doesn't make sense. ♪[ music ] >> it's a lot to handle and i think if only they could see what was going on in my head. >> when it comes to social media, it doesn't go away and it follows you everywhere you go. there's always somethg
this is really, really painful because so much of it i have control over, but there's also so much of it that i just don't. >> i feel like my main fear is i don't want to make a big deal out of it because i'm like it's fine and i brush it off, but really sometimes it's not. >> if you could share those situations a little bit sooner so that the pain is still there and it's still felt, but it doesn't sting for as long, okay? you're killing me. >> so how do you know if your child is bullied? the mom in our story noticed her daughter was retreating to her room. she thought it was because she was annoying her daughter, but it was actually ella's way of reacting to a bully. the warning signs here are
especially if your child suddenly doesn't want to be with a regular group. mood swings can also be an indicator and sometimes your child might start bullying younger siblings. you see, bullied children can flip their role and become the bully themselves. if you go to our wusa9 app and web page, you'll find a bullying quiz, something that will help every parent arm themselves with information to help weather these years of rumor mongering and cruel jokes. prince george's county police need your help to find a missing 27-year-old woman. rachel bright was last seen friday near the intersection of cedar heights and jefferson height drive. she was wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans. call police if you have any information that could help them reach her. organizers from casa went door to do knocking in herndon, virginia, today. they called an emergency outreach event in response to last week's i.c.e. immigration raids. the advocacy group s
out information on what to do if you know someone caught in an immigration raid. more and more marijuana delivery services are popping up all over town. >> but are they legal? wusa9's ellison barber takes a look at this growing market. >> that's a decent amount of weed. >> reporter: juice and weed, some places they gether. this is one of at least five businesses in d.c. that sells a product, juice, and offers a gift of marijuana on the side. >> about an hour later we got our delivery. >> reporter: because of niche tv 71 in d.c. it -- initiative 71 in d.c. it is legal to smoke in d.c. on private property, possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana and grow up to six plant if you're 21. >> we're a corporate juice delivery company. >> reporter: last year wusa9 spoke to the owner of one of these businesses delivering weed. >> we sell core pressed juice. anybody that sells highspeed and gets cannabis, that's chma
wrote about a brand-new one called higher focus. these are a few others. we reached out to all of them. they either didn't respond, politely declined to speak on camera or their lawyers told them not to, but they all have websites, some with video and they certainly aren't hiding their business. what we want to know is what's the deal with these groups? are they actually legal? have they found some great mythical loophole to sell weed when technically they're not supposed to? in order to answer that we figured we would come here and speak to a guy who probably knows marijuana law better than anything else because he actually helped to write it. so come on. >> my name is adam eidinger and i was the proposer of initiative 71 that legalized marijuana in the district of columbia. i collected the signatures in this house actually. we voted on legalization without commercialization. as the author of the law, as someone who has consulted multiple lawyers to interpret what we wrote, there's nothing
money for marijuana and if the government can establish that's breaking the law. >> reporter: d.c. police says these type of delivery services that were selling x product and giving it as a gift are illegal and they said people have been prosecuted for it. i checked with the attorney general, though, and the only person or group who seems to have actually been prosecuted is kush gods which was different because they didn't have a product going with the marijuana. so if it is illegal, there's this other question of why are these groups able to operate so out in the open which to me as an outsider is like oh, maybe they actually have found a loophole, but you're pretty adamant they haven't. >> it's possible there's adequate evidence to prosecute them at this time. it's possible d.c. police don't think it needs to be prioritized. it is still illegal, but there are a lot of other more serious things going on.
were merchants that were tired of paying taxes to the united kingdom and to a king that they had no say over what he did. i think in d.c. what you have with these entrepreneurs who are saying if marijuana is legal, we should be able to do this, is they're acting kind of like those early patriots. while they are breaking the law, you know, they're trying to change the law through their actions. the next step is congress getting out of the way and letting us write our own laws here. they're blocking us from writing any more marijuana laws. we were too successful with this one, i guess. >> reporter: for wusa9 i'm ellison barber. >> the federal government disagrees. shortly after the initiative 71 passed a congressman from maryland inserted a rider into the budget bill to try to stop legalization. they didn't stop it, but the rider did succeed in prohibiting the sale of marijuana. so
it is music's biggest night and everybody seems to be talking about it. >> tommy mcfly joins us in the studio and he'll tell us what's trending and what things you may have missed. >> and how about the grammys araoke style? a bar in adams morgan hit all the right notes to celebrate music's biggest night. >> maryland women's
a couple of my roommates were coming to watch the grammys and josh turned to me and said if we ever win a grammy, we should receive it just like this. >> that's what we were talking about. what a way to make an entrance. >> moving on, too, we're talking about on www.wusa9.com/vote whether adele should have won the big award, but beyonce really had quite the performance. check out a little bit of her getting up there all pregnant with twins and making everybody turn their head and celebrate.
♪[ music ] >> super cute. i love the shot when she was done with the whole thing where her daughter blue ivy was so excited, the clapping. it was sweet. >> it was a great performance, sorry she didn't get the two big grammys, though. people thought she was going to. it is a live television show. it is a big deal. sometimes there are a few technical difficulties. we've got just a couple for you to check out. we had lady gaga get up there with metallica and first adele, she had to restart her george michael tribute. now here's metallica. >> his mic is not even on. >> james is not singing. his mic wasn't plugged in, although he and lady gaga shared a mic and had a great time. i think that was one of the performances everyone was talking about, lady gaga crowd
surfing at the end of it. absolutely fantastic to see. >> we wanted to know how many people were actually talking and watching the grammys tonight. >> it's pretty wild when you see a map of the united states. we've got a heat map up there now. our pals at social driver found that d.c. was talking about it, but 8:00 means 8:00. we're there and that's it. no preshow talk for us. >> you're not going to get much sleep. you'll be on radio and back here tomorrow. >> yup. i'm going to get up tomorrow morning and be back here on wake up washington. the stars are going out right now and enjoying themselves and i will have all their antics for you tomorrow morning on wake-up washington. thanks fovi
enjoyed the grammys tonight. a lot of people had their faces glued to tvs in bars. >> john henry joins us from one such bar in adams morgan that had a grammys night. >> reporter: a fun night in adams morgan, maybe people taking in performances from some of the best artists in the world. >> this is kinds of our first real grammy night. >> grammys is sort of in a way the super bowl of music, right? as far as watching it and getting together with friends. >> reporter: for this bar it was a no brainer to highlight the awards show. plenty of people appreciated it here, too especially those brave enough to pick who might take home awards. song of the year? >> love yourself by justin bieber. >> new artist? chance the rapper. doing good for the community. >> reporter: when they were gh
fun. >> [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: but they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. as this crowd took the grammys in, they couldn't help but get up and perform some songs themselves. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: while everyone was a good sport here, it was obvious some people were very invested in grammys night, especially those fans of queen b. >> bea yawn say -- beyonce needs to win and if she doesn't win, there will be trouble. i tell you about trouble, the drive home. >> we have 30,000 people without power in northern virginia and 20,000 in the d.c. area. >> you can hear the howling of the wind. >> i literally heard it from inside the building. very quickly, 3-degree guarantee. what a toug
in richmond, 75 in the northern neck. we went 61, got to 55 a little bit ago, so now. we're going 52 tomorrow because it's 52 at midnight, feeling confident about that one. live look outside, our michael and son weather cam, down to 47, dew point down to 30, winds gusting, a 66 mile-per-hour wind gust at national. look at all the reports of wind damage in the area. the house in olney has a tree on it, no injuries. another tree on a house in glen eco and river road near winston drive and again no injuries. look at some of the wind gusts even down toward morningside in prince george's county, 58 mile- per-hour wind gust at 11:32. we're still under this high wind warning for the immediate metro area. this is st
hour wind gusts downtown, 52 in martinsburg, 45 in winchester. wind chills in the morning in the 20s, gusts 50 to 60 miles per hour till about midafternoon. power outages are possible. that includes traffic lights. winds will diminish monday night. it will be maybe 10 to 20 with higher gusts but not damaging. this is the forecast wind gusts, 43 mile-per-hour wind gusts in the morning at 6 a.m. the winds become not quite as strong, gusting to 38 downtown, 31 in fredericksburg, winds essentially 24 to 31 miles per hour with gust tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow night no gusts over 24, 25 miles an hour tomorrow night. some of the things you can't do, write your address on your trh can or lid. it's going to be down the block. i fixed the recycling problem.
side, but my solution i'm skipping a week. allow extra time to get to walk. call the airlines if you're flying out and dress for the wind chills, 20s and 30s even though we're talking about temperatures in the 40s tomorrow. this is the wind chill at 3 a.m., could be in the 20s, by 6:00 feeling like it's 25 downtown, doesn't get much better. by noon it will feel like 33, but if you're north andest with of town, leesburg will feel below freezing, in hagerstown 26. by 6 p.m. tomorrow upper 20s, low 30s, a little better in fredericksburg, further away from the inches winds, but -- from the wind, but your wind chill will be about 28. so overnight partly cloudy, very windy, gusts 50 to 60, low temperatures 34 to 42, winds 20 to 40 with higher gusts. here's your day planner, sunshine, 42
cool on valentine's day but nice, low 50s and a little colder wednesday. a few late clouds, upper 40s to around 50. we think this storm goes south of us, so maybe a few clouds early on thursday and kind of chilly, but we're in the low 50s friday and back in the upper 50s saturday, low 60s on sunday. february, as you know, is a short month and our time is running out if you're a snow lover. >> tragic. nobody wants to go to the doctor even when they should including us here at wusa9. >> so our morning team put off getting their hearts checked even though they were told years ago this they should. >> i've been putting this off ever since my father's heart surgeon said look, you really need to do this. >> my mom has a congenital heart defect and open heart surgery. it wasn't till this past month when we started a heart love campaign and after one of
own morning photojournalists that i decided i was going to do it. >> so this fast week we both went to medstar heart vascular center and we both had stress tests. >> we also got an inside look at our own heart and we cannot wait to share those results with you. >> tomorrow we hope you can join us. wake up with us. we want to hear your personal stories about heart disease and how it affects your family