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outside of a metro station on monday. all of these suspects are teenagers. >> anthony has been on a mission to help troubled youth turn their lives around before it's too late. it's why he joined city gear. >> city here works in schools and cities. >> seven years ago, anthony did his year of service here at stanton elementary school. >> it's very personal. i don't know how you couldn't be invested in the lives of the kids. >> one of the kids that stood out the most was a 6th grader named andre brody. it's been seven years since anthony saw andre. >> reverse breaking news involving a shooting inside a metro train. >> police have two people in custody. >> i
names at the bottom. it said andre brody. that's when my heart sank. >> the same an dpra anthony mentored years ago. police say it was if 16-year-old who pulled the trigger, but both teens were arrested shortly after on the south capital bridge. people like anthony continue to work to try and reach young people before it's too late. >> it's tragic. but our work is never done. >> both have been charged with armed robbery and are out on bond. >> first alert in the news room, ted cruz is going to catch donald trump before voters head to virginia. he only has a few days left to make up ground. the
and says the stakes are high. >> it is possible that donald will steam roll through and be unstoppable. i hope that that does not happen. i think that is a very dangerous outcome. >> tonight, another rousing welcome. trump marked marco rubio again. he veered if list of things he'd do in office including bringing jobs back to the u.s. >> second amendment, second amendment, we will protect, we will protect. >> the commonwealth was getting a lot of last-minute attention. senator rubio was holding a rally sunday night. >>
the democratic candidates are out trying to drive supporters to the polls for south carolina's primary tomorrow. hillary clinton and bernie sanders both held get out the vote rallies tonight. >> well, it's finally happening. the d.c. streetcar is on track tonight to finally start carrying passengers in just a matter of hours. today, a dry run. the streetcar will make eight stops between union station and vetting road. the cars will run every 10-15 minutes. and, for now, you won't have to pay. adam will be there again tomorrow for an opening ceremony at 10:00 a.m. >> new tonight, the first confirmed death in our
severewet. er. the 49-year-old was found dead today in a rock creek drainage tunnel in frederick, maryland. police believe that garcia was trying to wait out the storm when that tunnel flooded and he drowned. >> also new tonight, the ex-girlfriend of a man who opened fire now faces charges. sarah hopkins transferred the glock through a pawnshop. hawkins is not the same woman who filed a protective order against ford. police say he has an extensive criminal record dating back to 1996. >> serial stick-up artists will spend decades behind bars. as dorothy spencer found out
to put him away in part because of what police found when they caught him. >> busted for numerous armed robberyings at 7-elevens in montgomery county. a judge ordering him to go to prison for 26 years. he's already serving a decade behind bars for a stick-up. >> this was a one-man crime wave. he targeted soft targets. businesses that were open 24 hours a day. police suspected brooks in eight hold ups. he got away with cash, coins and cig rets. this was the weapon he used later determined to be a pellet gun. >> people were terrified. they were really scared that they could lose their life while
>> the crime is caught on surveillance video showing a robber, his face always covered. he was arrested during a traffic stop. nearly $3700 was stolen during this robbery spree, including $800 at this cvs store. the state's attorney's office says brooks maintains his innocence the judge says he showed no remorse. >> tonight, police want you to keep your eyes peeled for this man. 22-year-old edwin martinez. they believe he's the one who broke into a woman's home saturday morning and raped her. it's been nearly a week since it happened and no arrests have been made.
have known their attacker who goes by the name javier. if you think you've seen him, call police. >> starting tuesday,you'll be able to text 9-12-1 in loudoun county in an emergency. texting 9-1-1 can be helpful for the hard of hearing. but, if you can, calling 9-1-1 is the best option. >> irs investigators say that nearly 400,000 additional taxpayer accounts may have been compromised.
the irs is working tonight to notify people by mail: are new smartphone apps costing you privacy? >> coming up next, major insurance companies respond to questions tonight about protecting your private information. >>. >> a repeat drunk driver who nearly killed a police officer. >> temperatures on the cold side tonight, but b
several developments tonight for the fight against zika virus. meantime, the fda gave emergency approval to a laboratory test for zika. it detects antibodies that fight off the virus. a statewide task force to get the commonwealth prepared for the start of mosquito season which starts may 1st. >> a maryland man was sentenced to three years in prison for hitting a montgomery county police officer with his car and not bothering to stop.
this dash cam video shows officer murphy was making a stop when saunder's suv sideswiped him. >> we discovered he had been tried several prior times for suspected d.u.i. and he had a suspended or revoked license. >> montgomery county police want to make maryland lawmakers make ignition interlock devices mandatory for anyone convicted of drunk driving. prosecutors say that would not have prevented this crash. even though saunders had a history of dui offenses, in this case, he was driving someone else's car. >> how fast do you drive? and how hard do you break? some auto-insurers can keep track of that.
loopholes that could expose your personal information. it's a way to save on your autoininsurance. here's footage of a similar device. >> at first, you are very much aware that there's something that's tracking your driving. >>. >> i'm paying a fraction. i pay $83 a month and i was paying 180 something dollars a month. >> she's not alone. according to the research center, about four in ten americans find it 5:00 septemberble. habts like slamming on the brakes the time of day or night you drive. >> everybody likes a good deal. but what's important is
you know, you're in a car accident. i want to know how fast they're going. it raises status security questions. how safe is this data. >>. >> questions lawmakers will likely have to deal with. it's a challenge for lawmakers at the state and federal level. >> i have been studying to begin a review of this issue. >> it's just too much information.
companies agreed to on-camera interviews. they all stressed the importance of customer privacy. geico is the only insurance company that does not use this technology. >> you don't want the app? >> no. >> we waited for the nice weather. >> last week was a warm weekend. but we saw some rain on sunday. we're not going to see that this weekend. it's looking pretty good. >> tomorrow is going to be school. today was cold. high temperature around the 20s all day. >> still at 8 miles an hour. martinsburg, 30 in monasis. look at these windchills.
it's a cold night, which means it's going to be a cold morning. no rain, no snow to talk about. storm team 4 radar is clear. and i want's going to stay that way really for the next couple of days. we're entering a very nice and calm pattern. that means we're going to see some warm temperatures, too. we've got some cloud cover right now. this is the last of the warm air that's trying to roll on through. behind this, we get a lot warmer. we actually have to wait for this little front to move on through, actually. and by sunday, we're talking about temperatures near 60 degrees. now, temperatures around the region tomorrow morning. cool. 25 in gaithersburg. 24 in monasis. same deal for you folks and 24 degrees. so, remember, it is going to be quiet chilly. but, with some sunsne
the afternoob. exercising out doors, i can see a lot of people maybe doing a little hiking on sunday. and if you're skiing or ice skating, the ice skating ring igs are still open. now, as far as what we're seeing in the next couple of days, 59 on monday, nice and mild. 64 on tuesday. we've got a storm potential on wednesday. then we go to 45. right now, it has the potential to bring system snow. even if it is snow, it's not a big storm. it's nothing that we have to worry about too much.
to the weekend. >> yeah, about time. we like hearing this. chris miles, the csn studios. >> hey, jim, doreen. i don't know what happens more often, a full moon or the caps losing two in a row. alex ovechkin, by scoring goal tonight, he becomes just the tenth player, nhh history to score 40 goals eight times in his career. capitols against the wild. looking to bounce back to wednesday's loss. minnesota up 1-0 in the first. caps get a little luck. defending stick for the goal. tied at one after one. in the second, caps back at the one goal. the great agt. that special milestone gets his 40th of the season. third period, all season. with the game-winning move, caps bo
>> i try to find a way. >> wizards, 76ers, the spirit of a head coach facing the worst team in the east. that's the best of his hometown team. that's no bueno. scores two of his team-high 21. 76ers up by 6. closing seconds of the first half. john wahl doing john wahl things. beat the buzzer with the left hand. john wahl picks up the score. just four in the first half. scores
wizards win 103-94. >> four out of our last six, we've held under a hundred and won all four. the 109 teams, we don't win those games. >> five losses have come outside of college park. this weekend, maryland had a chance they can win on the road. but, more importantly, continue their quest for big ten regular season title. two of maryland's final games will come with a top opponent. >> we can control our own destiny. so we don't have to have anybody beat indiana for us to win the league. so we have to do it. we're probably out of it. >> terps tip off at 4:00 on saturday. jim, doreen, certa
they cemented their place in history with the underground railroad right here in the d.c. area. nbc 4 is honoring their memory. some of the actors you've probably heard before. but, some, like thomas garrett, are less well-known. all of their achievements help america as we celebrate black history month with the special program, journey to freedom. tomorrow morning at 9:30 right
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