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audited by the irs. it's an argument he's continuing to make despite the irs saying there's nothing preventing him from releasing his returns. >> you can't learn anything from tax returns. it is very unfair. i don't know why, but for some reason the irs audits me virtually every year. >> neither rubio nor cruz has released their complete tax returns. both said they would be willing to if the other candidates did as well. zbl a young officer gunned down on her first day on the job. tonight a community greefs the death of officer
>> the gunman also taking the life of his wife, crystal hamilton. live team coverage of the investigation and how the two women are being remembered tonight starts now. thanks for joining us on this somber sunday night. i'm lauren demarco. >> and i'm jim lokay. tonight we're honoring a police officer who made the ultimate sacrifice. ashley guindon shot to death saturday while responding to a call in woodbridge. it was her first day on the job. and also tonight they mourned 29-year-old crystal hamilton. police say her husband was the gunman who killed both women. >> we have live team coverage. alexandra limon and marina marraco who attended a vigil. she starts us off tonight. marina? >> reporter: the outpouring of support has been incredible. just a small show of how ashley guindon is being remembered tonight who, only after a day having been sworn into the police force and just an hour and a half into her
shot dead while responding to a call. [ bagpipes playing ] >> reporter: hundreds filled the prince william county complex to honor 28-year-old ashley guindon gunned down in the line of duty after only an hour and a half into her first shift ever as a police officer. here fellow officers along with the community, many who had never met her, lit candles and prayed. >> that child may wem be alive today because ashley had the courage to ensure that that family got the intervention they needed. >> reporter: black ribbons covered hundreds of law enforcement badges paying respect to guindon who along with two veteran officers responded to a deem stick violence call saturday evening. >> they had no knowledge of firearms being involved. >> reporter: but inside police say ronald will yaments hamilton was armed with a handgun and a rifle. his 11-year-old son at home
along with his wife crystal also killed on the scene. >> i kept watching the news hoping for names. >> reporter: this woman says she babysat for one of the injured officers. >> i did not find out until today that david mckeowan was a shot officer. >> reporter: she like dozens of others could not help but shed tears. a motorcycle club rode here for one reason. to pay tribute to one of their own. >> every day when a law enforcement officer goes out there to do their job, they don't know if they're coming home that day. >> although she barely served a day on the force, her colleagues say her service was infused in her very being from the first day they ever met her. >> reporter: the two other officers injured on this call continue to recover at an area hospital. as the chief said they still have a long road ahead. as for officer g
the fourth officer in the history 6 this police department having lost her life in the line of duty. alexandra limon with more on the investigation. alex? >> reporter: that's right. and we also have an update on the condition of those two officers. a source tells me officer mckeowan was shot three times and officer hempen shot once. and while they are currently stable at innova fairfax hospital, i'm told they may require more surgeries ahead because their injuries were very serious. sunday afternoon, police vehicles rode down the streets of mannasas. a ceremonial procession for officer ashley guindon who was shot and killed saturday night in the line of duty. >> the police department is in a very deep mourning over the lost of officer ashley guindon. >> police say officer ashley guindon was gunned down by 32-year-old army staff sergeant ronald hamilton who is assigned to the pentagon. investigators sath
a pistol and long barreled rifle from his home in woodbridge. they say the deadly chain of events began with a fight between hamilton and his wife. and he allegedly shot and killed 29-year-old crystal hamilton who had called 911 before she was shot. now on the lawn of the woodbridge home, a makeshift memorial with photos and flowers honors her. >> i did not know this family but it broke my heart, what happened to the officer. and what happened another to the family. it was just so sad and it just broke my heart and i wanted to come by and give my condolence. >> reporter: their 11-year-old son was also home but luckily was not hurt. the three officers responding to the call encountered an armed suspect. >> when they arrived on scene, of the home and a subject inside the home later identified as the accused opened fire,
three officers who sustained critical wounds. >> in my view, there's been too much criticism and disrespect shown for officers across america. and this should be a reminder to all of us that they're putting their lives on the line. >> jessie hempen and david mckeowan who has been with the department for ten years. hamilton is charged with capital murder of a police officer and first degree murder for the death of his wife. prosecutors may seek the death penalty in this case. >> it's likely but i haven't made that decision yet. this is the third officer shooting i've had in this jurisdiction and those resulted in the death penalty. >>
he is expectd in court tomorrow. reporting live in mannasas, alexandra limon, fox 5 local news. >> and of course we are staying on top of this story, on air and online and also by social media. we'll have live reports tomorrow on fox 5 news morning as the suspect in the case prepares to make his first court appearance. >> and from all of us here at fox 5, we're keeping the victims, families and friends and colleagues in our thoughts tonight. crystal hamilton and officer ashley guindon, rest in peace.
fox 5 is in montgomery county where we're learning more about last night's car crash that killed three family members. police say two cars collided at the intersection of river and pile roads in bethesda. a family of four was in one of the vehicles. police say the father, the mother and their 17-year-old son died at the scene. the fourth family member was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. the other driver is expected to recover but so far no charges have been filed. >> presidential candidates are now in the final sprint ahead of super tuesday, they're on the campaign trail trying to shore up last-minute support before voters have their say. >> we are not taking anything and we're not taking anyone for
granted. >> reporter: it was no surprise that hillary clinton won the south carolina primary this weekend. the surprise was just how big she won, crushing bernie sanders by almost 48 points, leadingin nearly every demographic. whites, blacks, seniors, women and men. >> in politics sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. tonight we lost. >> reporter: sanders says he expects to do well on super tuesday but clinton appears to taking a shot at the general election. >> we don't need to make america great again. america has never stopped being great. >> reporter: republican senators marco rubio and ted cruz also hammered trump on the campaign trail saturday. >> he should do whoever did that to his face. >> that's a good way to get rich. >> i think he's a lightweight. he couldn't get elected dog catcher.
in most of the 15 states and territories that vote this week but rubio says he could get the nomination even without winning a single super tuesday state. >> you could still be 0 for 15. >> we're going to pick up a lot of delegates. sure. absolutely we can because we're going pick up a lot of delegates. >> and starting now it is all about the delegates. on tuesday on the republican side, about half the delegates needed to win the nomination will be in play. for the democrats it's about a third. in columbia, south carolina, i'm caroline shively, fox news. >> the pressure is on but i can deliver for a couple more days, at least. we've got some changes coming up in the 7-day forecast. we're going to have more, so please stay with us we'll be back after the break.
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it was a great day today. we're going to be able to keep the temperatures for a few days. if you didn't get a chance to be outside and enjoy those 60 degrees that we had today, then we're going to give you another chance to do it. we've had some winds that picked up a little bit today as well, but that's only because it was bringing in all that nice warm air. so the week is going to definitely start warm. and we're going to see that southerly flow continuing to move in as ridge of high pressure moves out and allows that warm air to settle and make itself at home, yes. another day we'll be able to talk about 60s in our forecast. so that's pretty good. so a lot of changes this week. a chance of a few isolated showers in the early morning hours. nothing to be concerned about, just a passing sprinkle here and there. midweek it's going to be unsettled and then when we get to the end of the week, here's we're where going to be talking about a big change because we're going to see colder air settling in and i'm calling
check of the season. in the meantime here's a look at those numbers for today, folks. we hit the mid 60s at all three airports. no complaints at all. temperatures now fairly comfortable. 56 at dc, 54 at quantico. we've got 54 at frederick this hour. 55 at mannasas and culpeper, a little cooler for within chis ter at 46 degrees and 54 at hagerstown. we talked about the winds they are responsible partly for bringing in all that warm air. the other part of the story is we had a ridge of high pressure that moved out. that opens the door for that southerly flow to happen. right now winds are gusting from 17 to 26 miles per hour. i want to say it's going to be continue to be fairly breezy not only tonight but also tomorrow. once again helping to keep that mild air in place. keeping an eye on a system that's going to move to the north of us and bring us a few
tomorrow. but in the meantime tonight we are talking mostly clear skies as we move to the mid 40s. tomorrow's highs. into the 60s, oh, it's going to be so nice. can't complain. we'll have those few sprinkles in the morning and then we'll get some sunshine. but that's the system that's going to move more to the north of us and we're going to see that southerly flee get reinforced and by the time we get to tuesday we're still going to be in the 60s. the early morning showers, nothing that's going to last too long. it's going to move through briefly, a little bit here, a little bit there, but the winds are going to stay gusty tomorrow and here's a look at what you can expect as we see them gusting from 25 to 30 miles per hour right through into the evening as well. we're talking about that cold air in place. also have another system that will bring us some rainfall by hump day. so pretty wet day with clouds. by the end of the week two storm systems to watch and the main thing we're keeping an eye on is
as the cold air stays in place we could possibly see some snow or even a mixture of rain and snow. 46 degrees for tonight then and we are talking tomorrow, 62 degrees. sunny skies and the 7-day forecast showing you, as i said some rain by hump day. here's friday the day we have to watch. that's when those temperatures really start to drop. back to you. >> still to come at 11:00, the tradition on the field is ending this season. >> the orioles no longer handing out pies. we're going to tell you why.
chances. >> the caps have already matched their win total from last year. the wizards are just trying to get their head above water. cleveland, lebron james sitting out today's game no king, but there's a chief. check out all these strays. from the corner. that's tray hand in his face, doesn't matter. porter outscored the cavs by himself in the third. everything coming
washington start to a 113-99 victory. >> just be aggressive, and he aggressive, he makes our team more complete. >> the last time you saw peyton manning he was handing up a trophy. he was asked if super bowl 50 would be the last game of his career. he refused to answer, but today we might have gotten the answer. the denver post is reporting that the sheriff is riding off into the sunset. acourting to sources he will announce his retirement by the end of next
the difference between the two the difference between one-year for 19.6 or $17.5 million. the nationals held their first intersquad training day. texas rangers. earlier in the off season he turned down a 7-year deal from the nats. quite a bit more than the 8 million he got from texas. bad news out of baltimore adam jones announced the orioles post-game cream miss are no more. it's just about safety.
dangerous. i see nothing dangerous about this. it's fun and tasty but they're trying to be smart. i see no danger. >> maybe it's a wellness issue. >> blood sugar levels? >> i saw orioles and pie i thought felix pa was coming back. >> i think we should protest this. i think the pie should be. >> people have been tweeting at adam jones and he's starting to say okay, maybe they might come back. he says they're still going to work with the companies that makes pies. >> who doesn't love a pie in the face? >>. >> we'll be right back.
>> it's almost february 29th so we want to wish a happy birthday to leap year baby and fox 5 viewer laurene johnson. >> she is only turning 21 years old. >> she's legal. >> enjoy your first legal drink. >> we put this out on twitter asking people who were born on leap day whether they liked it as a birthday. some people said it's cool but it's tough, and other people said i really love it. if the baby comes, we're just going to hope that she likes it. it
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