5 things you need to know Monday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Monday, April 28:

5. Rain arrives late Monday

A huge storm system is approaching the DC Metro area. On Monday, the cloud cover will increase through the day, and some showers will arrive by mid to late afternoon. Tuesday will be chilly and raw. Wednesday will be warmer and stormy. FORECAST

4. Woman's body found, boyfriend wanted

Police are hoping you can help find the man accused of killing a Greenbelt woman. Thirty-four-year-old Juan Miguel Roman is charged with murder in the death of Emilia Ignacio. The 28-year-old woman's body was found inside a car Friday night. Police say she had been stabbed several times. READ MORE

3. Wizards beat Bulls in Game 4

With big man Nene suspended, the Washington Wizards were still able to beat Chicago. They scored the first 14 points and beat the Chicago Bulls 98-89 on Sunday to take a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference series. Game 5 is Tuesday in Chicago. GAME RECAP

2. Midwest tornadoes kill 17

At least 17 people are dead after powerful storms ripped through parts of the Midwest. Sixteen of those killed were in central Arkansas, near the town of Mayflower, and one died in Quawpaw, Oklahoma. The National Weather Service believes a tornado caught on camera in Arkansas was a half mile wide. READ MORE

1. Donald Sterling racist comments

The NBA is investigating if racist comments on an audio recording were made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The Clippers warmed up without their team jerseys Sunday. Hall of Famer Magic Johnson said he won't attend another Clippers game as long as Sterling remains the team's owner. READ MORE


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