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and excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. >> it's a result no one could have predicted a year ago. the winners of the first presidential primary of 2016. a democratic socialist senator and the former host of "the apprenti apprentice." >> b rerkernie sanders and dona trump won their primaries easily tonight. beating hillary clinton with nearly lly 60% of the vote tod. on the republican side, second place behind trump. >> if that's the case, you can call ohio governor john kaisich a winner, too, tonight. >> a bomb shell from the medical director. dr. julian sousy has been on
that job for less than a year. she says the department has a toxic culture. that people in the district are dying needlessly in cases that are not making news and that she's been repeatedly blocked from trying to do anything about it. we saturday down with dr. sousy today for a one-on-one interview. >> we are also keeping a very close watch on our weather and a potential for icy roads across the area. chopper 4 was in damascus tonight where a car ran into a plow driver. that driver was seriously hurt. we're figuring out if road conditions played a role in that. >> what is this going to wlook like tomorrow morning, doug? >> we are seeing that re-freeze out there as temperatures are well below freezing and the windchill is now in the teens and lower 20s.
something else we continue to see, snow. we've seen snow here for the better part of three, four, five mours. i would not be surprised to see more accumulating snow out of this area. it is trying to make its way over the mountains. it's going to have a hard time doing so, but, again, wouldn't be surprised to see a little more accumulation. the cold air is here, 33 in d.c. with a windchill of 24. so a re-freeze tonight, for sure. delays possible, although not expecting a lot. and then it just gets brutally cold. we'll talk about how cold things get for your weekend. >> news 4 today, starting early tomorrow to get you ready for conditions on the road. tune in starting at 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. >> now, new at 11:00 tonight, the out going medical director of d.c. fire and ems is talking to news 4 as we obtained a copy of her resignation letter.
>> that letter is damning. it outlines a toxic culture. >>. >> except for her resignation letter, i took an oath a really long time ago and i take it incredibly seriously. >> the four-page resignation letter that marks the end of dr. juliet fousy's zeseven months i brutal brutally frank. specifically, training.
>> thiey were unable to assess appropriately. >> in our conversation tonight, she refer rensed the 2006 death of david rosenbaum. each man's death was the subject of an extensive investigation into the improper care of first responders. each time, city officials promised change. dr. fousy's resignation letter added another name, one she clearly agonized over, to what she calls the survivable injury of a 35-year-old man who died aftering with stabbed wednesday morning. >> it took more than 18 minutes for a transport ambulance to arrive adding we failed this young man and it did not make the news.
>> they deserve to know that their lives are not lost in vain. >> i spoke with the union that represents ranking file and ems members. he told me that the union did offer a number of alternatives to dr. falsy's plan for a comprehensive, very comprehensive assessment of training. >> the mayor is committed to reforming ems and fire department. we are committed to improving patient outcomes and delivering the change that residents expect and deserve. >> back to new hampshire and the primary. trump took 35% of the vote.
but the big surprise, ohio governor, john kaisich. >> bernie sanders is hoping to keep the momentum going. sanders took 50% of the vote while hillary clinton took 39%. in his acceptance speech, sanders says his win is sending a message that will echo from wall street to washington. >> tonight, a better idea of how trump and sanders won new hampshire tonight and why the other candidates loss. >> well, for donald trump, it was simple. he got a huge chunk for candidates who want to tell it like it is. he won about half the votes who said immigration was their number one issue. those who made their decision
more than a month ago. and what did 70% of its supporters say they're enthusiastic about voting for trump? over on the democratic side, bernie sanders dominated over the age of 30. he won over 80 p% of those vote. he even beat hillary clinton among women. but take a listen to what she said in her concession speech. it's clear she's already looking ahead to the more diverse states like south carolina and nevada. >> african american parents shouldn't have to worry that their children will be harassed, humiliated, even shot because ft color of their skin. immigrant families shouldn't have to lie awake tonight listening for a knock on the door. >> what about john kaisich he's a closer. not necessarily angry.
>> we're going to solve the problems in america not by being extreme, but reminding everybody that we are americans dead kated to shining up to america. chris christie was supposed to be flying to south carolina but, tonight, he finished a distant six and we just learned he's going back to new jersey. >> some breaking news in virginia right now. news 4 has learned of a compromised deal on i-66 tolls tomorrow. sources tell julie carey have come to terms to add a lane
inside the beltway. the gop has been fighting for additional lanes since the plan for tolling was done last year. this is just one piece of a larger compromise. more details at a news conference tomorrow morning in richmond. >> police pulling a missing girl from icy waters. the helicopter was called to look for the 17-year-old and spotted her using its thermal vision camera and night vision technology. >> she was in the water about up to her shoulders. all we could see was this. it didn't necessarily look like a person, but it was a heat source that was unusual to the area. >> the girl was taken to the hospital where she was treated and expected to be okay. >> if you're a wsec customer, don't be shocked if your water bill is higher this month.
the billing cycle will be ten days longer. but the usc says you should pay the bill and during the next billing cycle, actual readings should help even things out. >> the chairman of the d.c. council has scaled back with some of the nation's most generous paid leave benefits, calling for the city to guarantee 12 weeks of paid leave, rather than 16, paid for by a 1% payroll tax. the mayor says the plan may be too broad for her to support it. >> next, the zika virus. >> can we protect ourselves? dr. anthony fouci on the nih, on
the u.s. olympic committee says it's up to each individual athlete to decide if they want to compete. >> meanwhile, zika concerns continue to mount here in the kus. u.s. three more cases, all of them people who traveled to affected countries. the race to create a vaccine to protect us from zika is already underway. today, i sat down with the top infectious disease fighters. dr. anthony fouchi says other viruss are giving a head start. >> if it looks safe and it looks promising, then you accelerate into the next phase, which is called phase 2, trying to determine actually if it worked. >> you can see more of my
interview on the app. >> it's the superbowl commercial that got everyone talking around the dmv. a local spot with a national celebrity. you've no doubt seen this app with mike tyson and son. >> reporter: all of his training didn't prepare him for this. being knocked out by iron mike tyson in a commercial that aired during the superbowl. >> how hue mill yating was that? >> since it was mike tyson, it wasn't too bad, to be honest with you. >> he was actually knocked out ten times during the making of the slot.
>> he made contact with me. >> did it hurt at all? >> it hurt a little, honestly. the next couple weeks, my elbows and knees were scabbed up from falling so many times. >> reporter: he doesn't just play a boxer on tv. he is a professional boxer from right here in prince george's county. he is training for a big match happening later this month at the convention center. >> this knockout has gotten him a lot of attention. >>. >> one burning question i had to ask. why do they call you the vanilla gorilla? >> because i'm a hairy white
guy. >> if you were in the ring, who would knock whom out? >> i think i'd knock him out. >> darcy spencer, news 4. >> funny nickname and i love the confidence, too. >> yeah, no shortage there. >> so how icy is it going to be? how early do we need to wake up tomorrow morning? >> yeah, give yourself a little bit of extra time. and i think the best areas to do that, really plan for it, areas of snow earlier today. those of montgomery county and loudoun county and points to the west. you're also seeing the overnight snow showers right back towards frederick county, maryland, too. now it's having trouble getting across the mountains here. we'll see if that's going to produce another area around
fredericksburg. this may give us a couple of snow showers into month gom ri county, loudoun county and maybe d.c. here's the cold air. look at this snow. central portions of south carolina reporting snow today. that's how far down south this cold has gone. and that's why we're going to be talk talking about some cold numbers. a windchill of 19, same towards martinsburg. that's why we're talking about that prefreeze. bhauz of those temperatures below freezing.
so watch out, patchy ice, for sure. breezy and cold. 38 tomorrow afternoon, that's the high. but with the wind, we'll see those windchills around 28 degrees. the cold air was in place across the eastern part of the nation. but it gets reinforced over the weekend. saturday and sunday, brutally cold air. that's the kind of cold air that we're talking about. coldest that we've seen, for sure. look at these windchills thursday morning. between five and ten degrees. look at the high temperature, 22 on valentine's day. waking up with that sweetheart, 9 degrees early sunday morning. some of you will see windchills
below zero and then we talk about monday and tuesday, another possible storm that could give us some snow and monday changing to rain on tuesday. guys, that is one cold forecast out there, for sure. >>. >> you forgot the flowers, nice breakfast in bed with a hot beverage. >> a very warm welcome back for one cap's player. >> sports up next, but, first, here's jimmy fallon.
we'll pick this one up in the first period, the caps are up a goal. second period, another turnover by nashville. tom wilson with a one-timer. the predators are down 3-1. turned away, but johanson was here for the rebound. over to the hardwood, john wall and the wizards at the mecca. wizards up eight. fourth quarter, knicks coming back, a nice spin move and the bucket puts the wizards back on top.
he had 28 points and 17 assists. the knicks didn't go away. that three ball is off the mark. college basketball, maryland hosting. this game is in control pretty much the entire day. terps up by 18 at halftime. more from sulima. gets the steal here. he had a game-high 15 points. maryland may win this game, 93-62. down to virginia hosting virginia tech.
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