5 things you need to know Friday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Friday, June 6:

Obama honors D-Day at 'democracy's beachhead'

Seventy years after more than 150,000 allies stormed the beaches at Normandy, President Obama on Friday honored the D-Day veterans who "gave so much for the survival of liberty at its maximum peril" during World War II.

FORECAST: Warmer weekend, Saturday is better

A perfect finish to the week. If you are inviting folks over for a cook out Friday or Saturday night you are good to go. Storms will be very close to the Metro Area by Sunday evening, especially west.

Officials ordered Uber & Lyft to stop all rides in Va.

The Virginia's Department of Motor Vehicles issued Uber and Lyft, two popular alternatives to cabs, a 'Cease and Desist' order.

Baby boy born on I-270 early Friday

Montgomery County fire and rescue officials say a baby boy was born Friday morning on I-270.

Spurs top Heat as LeBron James cramps in sweltering AT&T Center

The Spurs beat the Heat 110-95, surviving an in-house malfunction that made for a memorable and surreal setting. A power outage allegedly killed the air conditioner, bringing the temperature on the court to a balmy 89 degrees.


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