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thanks so much for joining us. i'm debra alfarone alongside howard bernstein. let's get right to it, the weather. it was damp today. >> it was damp. >> some of us got drenched. >> some of us did not. some of us did pay attention when we said there was a yellow weather alert and the threat of showers. >> okay. stop yelling me at, but it was on and off, though. >> tonight will still be on and off probably the first half of the night. we continue the yellow weather alert through the evening hours. the bigger storm is up in pennsylvania and ohio, but around here cool showers. what you see over toward del mar is what we had earlier today, even delayed the start of the nats game about an hour and a half. we still have all these showers out to the west that we're watching. right now it's fairly quiet out there, 60s
and maybe just an isolated sprinkle, but out to the west here from cumberland down toward romney, these showers moving easton about 20 miles an hour, light to moderate. we'll track them moving east over toward woodstock 7:20, winchester close to 8:00. then off to the south and west notice west of charlottesville some showers here. these are also moving toward the shenandoah valley. we're watching this area, charlestown 8:40, warrenton not until after 9:00 if it holds together. on the cool side. we got into the 70s before the rains moved in and the showers dropped us into the 60s where we stay, mid- to upper 60s this hour. if you're going out this evening, we will have some showers around on and off, temperatures in the 60s. now memorial day starts with clouds, but i'm feeling a lot more optimistic about how it's going to finish, more on that in a few minute and you can heck the forecast any time on -- check the forecast any time on the
a man in alexandra was walking his dog when he found something disturbing. some offensive flyers were scattered throughout his neighborhood and we're about to show you them. they were discovered in the del ray neighborhood yesterday morning. the messages on those flyers ranged from "you're losing your country, white man" to "around blacks never relax." he said he took about 50 of them down. he threw them away. one of them had a picture of a georgetown professor who liz in the neighborhood. you may remember -- lives in the neighborhood. you may remember her because she confronted the alt reich leader a few weeks ago at a gym. >> not only are they trying to import their kind of hatred into the community, quite to the contrary. i believe that the result of their attempt to import that, you know, putrid form of hatred is that this community has
>> police were alerted to the flyers in the area, but so far no arrests. a hotel guest is dead tonight after being attacked at a days inn on 13th street in silver spring. witnesses told police the victim left his room around 2:30 this morning, then was assaulted by a group of suspects in the parking lot. officers found that 24-year-old man in his hotel room suffering from injuries. he was taken to the hospital, but he later died. now police want to hear from nip who has any -- anyone who has any information about this case. a prince george's county church had the chance to hear some rousing words from the rev reynolds jesse -- reverend jesse jackson. it was a call to action of service for both the country and the church. >> reporter: in hillcrest heights church the reverend jesse jackson talking to the crowd not only about a higher power, but about the latest budget proposal from the
administration. a joyful noise for an uplifting sermon, politician and rev reynolds jesse jackson spoke from the pulpit of hope church charging the congregation to get spiritually and politically involved and also took a jab at the president's budget. >> it's unnecessary and it's cruel, the measure by how we treat the least of these, some of the people in west virginia today, who need social security, they need medical care. they're losing jobs, healthcare and home. we deserve better. >> reporter: the reverend talked about west virginia because president trump carried this state during the 2016 election, but programs like social security and medicaid are important to state residents. it's estimated 30% of families in west virginia are on medicaid according to information from the pew research center. the president's budget proposal calls for a $1 trillion cut. white house budget director mulvaney has been out depending the proposal. >> compassion needs to be on both sides of
yes, you have to have compassion for folks receiving the federal funds, but also you have to have compassion for the folks that are paying it and that is one of the things that is new about this president's budget. >> reporter: the white house says the budget proposal will balance the budget in 10 years. meantime reverend jackson and his associates say they plan on getting the word out about the cuts and the impact that it will have on families. congress has the final say on what stays and what goes in the budget and the president's proposal has received pushback from both sides of the aisle. one of the most important things the reverend said this congregation can do is vote, show up to the polls and make sure their voices are heard. in prince george's county larry miller, wusa9. for 30 years rolling thunder has hit d.c. bringing hundreds of thousands of bikers and vet and turned them into one. wusa9 -- janice park shows us this mass -- wusa9's janice park shows us this massive showing starting at the pentagon to support troops in the past and present. >> reporter: i spoke with one u.s. navy vet who said yo
all here for one purpose. here are some of the stories. >> all these different bike groups, all the different veteran groups, we're all one when we're here together. >> reporter: a sea of riders with those who served this country well, led by perhaps the bravest of them all, gold star mothers and wives. >> he died on may 16, 2013, so i just walked into my fourth year of it. this year was harder than ever. >> reporter: too many stories of those whose loved ones were captured like cookie restow whose father was a p.o.w. >> for the young ones coming up, this is what's happened to us. make sure it doesn't happen to you. >> reporter: 86-year-old sarah morgan embraced more than 70 years after she was put in an concernment camp in aircraft -- internment camp in asia. >> how proud i
want to make sure that they know i thank them from the bottom of my heart because again, like i said earlier, they are the reason i am 86 and i am here. >> reporter: a ride to remember. >> people drive up next to us, thank us for our service. it means a lot. it really means a lot. >> reporter: and a ride to make a statement. >> i hope they remember one thing, that we ride as one. >> reporter: at the pentagon janice park, wusa9. >> what a turnout. you're sharing your thoughts about those who we honor this memorial day on social media. so here's a little bit of what you've been posting on our wusa9 social media site. ryan put up a photo of private first class brandon goodine killed in action in june, 2012 in afghanistan. keep sending in your photos. head over to the facebook page. post a picture of the veteran you're thinking of this weekend so we can honor him or her. what would you do if you met
the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone. dangerous storms swept through a handful of states in
overnight. in phillipsburg, missouri, a tornado ripped the roof off this trucking company building. some semi tractor trailers were reduced to the size of regular cars. employees tried to find safety in a bathroom inside the building. there were many reports of downed trees and power outages. in lincoln county, mississippi, eight people are dead after a man arguing with his estranged wife pulled out a gun and started shooting. one of the victims, a 36-year- old lincoln county sheriff's deputy two years on the job. witnesses say the gunman had been arguing with his estranged wife saturday night over the couple's children. the victims were found in three separate homes. he went door to door. police arrested 35-year-old willie cory godbolt. he told a reporter on the scene he intended to commit suicide by cop. >> my intentions was to have the guy kill me. i ran out of bullets.
when roger smelter wrote a note saying, "i want to touch your heart, "it was a way to say thank you to the woman whose heart he used to love when it beat inside somebody else. there was a happy reunion this afternoon in falls church. >> reporter: how do you say thank you to the person who lost so much? >> hi. how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> i'm good, honey. >> reporter: so that you could go on breathing with new lungs. >> how are you feeling? >> i can't express it. i can't.
>> reporter: barbara wolf lost david beaver, the love of her life more than 20 years, in a car crash. >> i just talked to him at noon and this happened a little before 5:00. >> reporter: at first she wasn't comfortable when she found out he was a registered donor. >> to be honest with you, no. i felt like i was piecing him apart. >> reporter: in all he saved six people. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: including the man with the piece she loved the most, her husband's heart. >> i'm fine. how are you? >> i'm good. i'm good. >> i'm so glad to finally meet you. >> reporter: and his wife. >> it's okay. >> yeah. i'm so glad to meet you. >> we're so glad to meet you. >> thank you. >> he always wanted to help somebody and here we go. >> i promise here i will take care of her husband david's heart with all my heart like every day is a good day. life is good. i love life. >> reporter: in
sarah cosmo, wusa9. >> oh, my lord. >> with all his heart. was that the most beautiful thing. >> that's amazing. >> i'm tearing up. >> it's so easy to being an organ donor. you get your license and just say you want to do it. you would want that same consideration obviously. >> saving six people, what a beautiful story. hey, try going on after that, howard. >> let's talk about something. today was the 13th rainy day in washington. last year we had 19 days with measurable precip in may and back in 2003 we did it 20 times, so we've had gloomier months of may. >> are you trying to make us feel better? >> yes, i am trying to make you feel better. >> i do feel better now, thank you. it worked. >> and the sun will be back tomorrow. >> do tell, howard. >> let's get you going with a look at first alert doppler, storms popping in pennsylvania back through new york state, ohio and indi
here we have some showers that went through earlier today, delayed the nats game, as i told you earlier. that's over here. out to the west we're tracking more showers. the next hour or two it looks relatively quiet here in the immediate metro area, but toward allegheny the company, approaching berkeley springs and oldtown and romney moving east 20 to 25 miles an hour, to berkeley springs, 7:33 when the heavier showers get to you, hancock 7:53 and gainesboro at about 8:06. to the south would have got other showers i'm tracking here for morefield and mathias, charlottesville west toward i- 81 seeing heavier shower there. these guys will move east toward the shenandoah valley, strasburg 7:39, washington at 8:37. it will get better tomorrow and we'll be
in the morning we'll see clouds, could see a shower through early afternoon, but with the sunshine we'll be in the low to mid-80s tomorrow. so we'll be much better in the afternoon. i'm just hoping to get rid of the rain for the parade downtown which i think is a 2:00 kickoff and warmer temperatures are on the way for much of the workweek, the shortened workweek, with temperatures in the low 80s tuesday, wednesday, thursday, back to 85 friday, but friday will also feet a threat for some showers -- feature a threat for some showers and storms. got up to 74 before showers moved in midday, northeast winds at 6:00. we'll tell you how we do with our 3-degree guarantee at 11:00. frederick 72, not as much shower activity up north and fredericksburg sitting a 70. big picture, there's a front back here helping kick off strong to severe storms in northern ohio. that front is what i'm expecting here early afternoon tomorrow. in the short term we'll have some showers scattered about through th
tonight, mostly cloudy to start monday. i think we could see some patchy fog, too. here comes the front early afternoon with a few showers. behind it, though, here is comes. you see the clearing at least a little bit for monday evening and then the clouds are back tuesday morning with a threat of showers by tuesday afternoon. tonight 56, showers taper off late, patchy fog. tomorrow morning clouds, 60s and 70s, better in the afternoon, 80 to 80 -- 85. tuesday afternoon showers possible, 81, warm and dry wednesday, 82. thursday is my pick of the week at 80 and looking unsettled again next weekend, highs in the low
me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac.
with frank hanrahan brought to you by xfinity. >> national title and perfection on the line for the maryland women's lacrosse team as they were going for the undefeated season and get this, their 14th national championship. yeah, terps going for the big 1- 4, up in beantown, maryland getting off to a hot start. caroline steele throwing her third straight goal. terps 5-2 and seem in control. it would tighten up, though. maryland pulls away late, steele scoring her sixth of the game. maryland 16-13 to win the program's 14th national championship! >> wow, i mean what an amazing group. i'm so blessed and fortunate to work with these guys. we have a lot to soak in, but i'm so proud of these guys. it's been a really fun year. >> congratulations to them. next up maryland men, terps will face ohio state for the naal
afternoon up in foxboro. terps are looking for their first title, of course, we know since 1975. nationals going for the sweep against san diego and the pitcher who gets all the run support, joe ross, was on the hill today for the nationals at nats park. a little delay, but they finally got it in taking on the padres, a two-run homer to ryan schimpf in the 1st inning. chase dearnott singles to drive in two more runs. nats lose, cannot get the sweep, 5-3. orioles trying to can stop a six game losing skid. this does not help. george springer, his 11th homer of the season. astros double up the birds 8-4, losing skid continues. it's known as the greatest spectacle in racing. they go 200 miles an
indy 500 and there was a spectacle during the race. 101st running of the indy 500 and people will talk about this wreck for a while. check this out as jaye howard and scott dixon made contact sending dixon's car up into the air hitting the wall hard and somehow, get this, dixon walked away from the wreck. it has been a very tough week for dixon. he was robbed at gun point as well and gets into a wreck today. 5 laps to go helio castroneves looks to win at indy, but soto looks to make history and for the first time ever a japanese racer wins the indianapolis 500, plus he's 40 years of age taking the checkered flag. final round trump national championship in loudoun county, a two-man competition much of the game. at 16 there's a one-shot lead over ja
to the 18th bernard longer sinks it and wins the pga senior championship by one shot over vijay singh. >> can you golf like that? >> i do not golf, too much pressure. >> he's got the putting style. >> because there were some people protesting around there in kayaks. they call themselves kayaktivist. i didn't make that up. a couple showers around this evening, tomorrow a midday shower with a