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ng news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great friday. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> we are following several stories this morning including the search for a missing person after a building collapsed. >> brace ourselves for the heat wave. we could see record temperatures within the next few hours. it is friday morning, june 29. i am steve chevy. >> i am senescence and. -- first, meteorologist adam caskey. >> we have a severe thunderstorm warning i want to talk about. a severe thunderstorm warning for northern fredrik county and northeastern carroll county and
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northeastern washington county. washington county does not look like it will be clipped by the storm. traveling to the southeast at 45 miles per hour. a fast-moving storm. it will be quick but it could be capable of having winds up to 55 miles per hour. a thunderstorm warning for northeast frederick county, northeastern washington county. temperature-wise, it'll be a hot one. high temperatures will be near 100. mostly the upper 90's. it will feel like 105 to 110. things for the weekend -- storms are possible. >> it is complicated on 395. fortunately, it is going against the rush hour. we'll take your live to a scene of a dump truck that clipped and over had signed a set that on 395 here at edsall road.
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traffic is single file southbound. this will be a major distraction for hiv commuters. also mainline -- hov commuters. we will have more on this and traffic elsewhere. coming up in less than 10 minutes. now, the news. >> thanks so much. the heat is one of our big story today. it is prompting metro to make an exception to its rolls. riders will be allowed to consume water. >> customers are encouraged to use containers that can be sealed and to use trash receptacles to compose of any waste -- dispose of any waste. excessive heat is forcing the dmv inspection station to run on special hours. it will be open today from 5:00
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a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. it is to ensure the safety of customers and employees as the key index to its triple digits. be sure to stay with abc 7 news for continuing coverage. adel have a check on the forecast in a few minutes. you can always go to our website, wjla.com. >> we are following a developing story from cheverly, where authorities are searching for a person from -- in a collapsed warehouse. 25 people were inside of the warehouse that stores paper files. nearby warehouses were evacuated as a precaution. no word on what led to the collapse. >> the man convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend yeardley love will have the hearing today in charlottesville. it will focus on his lawyer's
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request for electronic media. a sentence hearing is set for august 20. >> the political battle over health care reform it will only intensify now the supreme court has overhauled president obama's landmark health-care overhaul. a majority of justices said the mandate to hold insurance or pay a fine was constitutional. people in you see are split. >> i will not be able to keep my business if i have to provide health insurance. >> knowing that we are having this take care of us until we are 26, it is pressure lifted off. >> president obama and many democrats called the ruling a victory for the american people. many republicans, including mitt romney, vowed to repeal the law. >> he is the first cabinet member ever to be held in contempt of congress. the house voted to hold attorney general eric holder in contempt.
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they cited his refusal to hand over documents related to the botched gun trafficking operation fast and furious. >> work remains to be done. i will be getting back to it. i would suggest that those two orchestrated it is do the same. >> a large number of democrats walk from the house floor to protest that intend to vote. >> that is why we are here, to say to our republican colleagues, shame on you. shame on you. >> 17 democrats voted in favor of the content vote. two republicans joined democrats in voting against it. >> president obama will fly to colorado springs, where firefighters are fighting the most destructive wildfire in that state's history. police say a body has been found in one of the burned out homes. two people are reported missing.
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the president has released a federal funds dropped -- to help areas affected. >> in business news, a shocking number coming from jpmorgan chase. >> stocks are expected to rally today. linda bell is here to tell us why. >> happy friday. the stock indexes are looking fight this friday morning indicating a gain of 120 points for the dow. the eu summit and policymakers east payment rules for spanish banks. they also relaxed conditions for possible aid to italy. on top of that, a $149 billion growth plan was unveiled. elsewhere, the center at jpmorgan's trading disaster announced she would retire. she gets to walk away with more than $21 million of stock and options. this is after being at the company for 30 years.
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speaking of jpmorgan, the company is disclosing details about those losses and they're unwinding that trade when they report earnings on july 13. the "new york times" reports that this will eventually cost the bank as much as $9 billion. starbucks has yet another promotion going on. if you get a text message saying that president obama is paying yourself and bill, do not believe it. that is coming up. live at bloomberg habit or -- headquarters in new york. >> that sounds too good to be true. >> it is four-o'clock 37 right now. it is a steaming set -- a steamer in the nation's capital pete used to -- still to come here. forget about beating the heat at one community pool. it has been closed. >> if you are taking the metro
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you'll want to have extra money on hand. we -- a fare increase that starts sunday. >> and a check on
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>> you'll want to forget about: off at this simple in frederick, maryland. an incident has close apple for a week. poll managers found broken glass inside the pool. the pool will remain closed while it is drained and clean. it is not clear if this was due to an accident or something intentional. anybody with information is asked to contact frederic police. the time is 4:39. we will look at traffic and weather. >> let's start with that forecast. adam caskey, how high will it did today? >> it will feel like 105 to 110
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this afternoon with humidity. it'll be a lot merc unit today than yesterday. we have a severe thunderstorm warning we want to talk about for most of carroll county and parts of north and frederick county. it looks like it will mainly be affecting northern? >> county. a cluster of thunderstorms moving southeast -- effect in northern carroll county. we have a severe thunderstorm watch posted for howard anne arundel county and points eastward on the eastern shore. here is our forecast. a slightly better chance of strums friday and the weekend. any storms to do pop up have the chance of being strong and severe. please keep that in mind. temperatures are at the century mark over the next couple of days. it will feel like 105 to 110. we will cool back into the lower 90's by next tuesday. did used to heat and humidity
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for the next few days. >> any relief on the highway? kind of. long-term construction is still there at university boulevard. lane's divide around the work is done. as you can -- a round of the work zone. we are getting used to the patterns. in the virginia, a dump truck clips and over had signed. 395 southbound. traffic is able to get through but only one lane is getting by. southbound 395 -- completely visible to rush hour traffic. >> thanks so much. 4:41 right now. drivers can expect delays on the bay bridge today. >> 27 vehicles are expected around noon. 61 vehicles will arrive at 1:00 p.m.. besides the military convoy, a lot of beachgoers are expected on the bridge today, adding to the high traffic volumes.
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areas you want to avoid if you can not beat you if your rob metro, fares will go up starting sunday. -- if you are going to ride metro, fares will go up starting sunday. riders using paper fare cards will pay an extra $1 per one- week trip. the peak of the peak surcharge installed one year ago has been scrapped. bus riders will pay 10 cents more. >> is now 4:42. >> still ahead, an update on the trayvon martin investigation. george zimmerman returns to court today for a second hearing. we have a preview. >> please make a break in a series of burglaries starting the elderly. we have more on this arrest. >> be sure to follow our twitter page. you can find us
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captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the man charged with the murder of trayvon martin will appear in court today. george zimmerman will be seeking another chance to be released on bail. the last time, he and his wife misled the judge about how much money they had. prosecutors convinced the judge to put him back in jail. his wife has been charged with perjury. he claimed self-defense when he shot and killed trayvon martin
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in february. a d.c. council committee will take a closer look at the issue of hate crimes. this comes days after three people work are arrested for allegedly stabbing a teenage boy. police reported it as a hate crime after they found the use anti-gate slurs'. >> mn is under arrest in connection -- a man is under arrest in connection with two burglaries'. he was arrested yesterday. the crimes occurred at a apartment building on florida avenue northeast and on g street. he entered the apartment, said he was a maintenance worker, and then assaulted the victim and stole personal property. the suspected leader of an organized sex ring has turned himself into police. this man stole more than $65,000
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of clothing and jewelry from a warehouse. his girlfriend returned some of the stolen merchandise trying to get a refund. metro writers can expect delays because of work on the orange line. >> buses will replace trains. five stations will be closed -- new carrollton, minnesota avenue, and others. on the blue line, bosses or trace -- replace trains between stadium armory and benning road. >> coming up next, the nba draft last night. the wizards have a new player they hope will help them make the playoffs next year. we take a look at their selection during the first round of the draft. >> we have another check on
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>> welcome back. it is 4:50, time for a check on traffic and weather. >> we still have a severe thunderstorm warning for frederick county -- it does not look like you will be affected much. many north carroll county and baltimore county. let's take a look at live super doppler. 78 in hagerstown. 78 in westminster.
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just getting clipped by that shower. a thunderstorm is moving at 65 miles per hour. that will push to the southeast. we do not have any showers on tap for now. notice that area in paint on the screen. howard, anne arundel county, points northeast. that is a severe thunderstorm watch until 8:00 a.m.. a heat advisory is in effect for most of today. it will feel like it is 105 to 110. yesterday we had dry heat. today we will have thick heat and humidity. dribble feel like 105 to 110. -- it will feel like 105 to 110. storms could pop up over the weekend. they had the chance of being strong or severe. >> the traffic is flying along and moving freely for now on dry pavement. let's start traffic out of
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frederick along 270 in clarksburg. it looks good if you want to slip out of town across the bay bridge. the eastern and western span looks good. we are quite on the dublin near the american legion bridge. nothing complicated near andrews air force base. we have a different scenario in virginia. you'll want to stick around for our next report. >> thanks. four-o'clock 52. >> still ahead, a company has come up with an interesting way to try to prevent infidelity among married couples. we will tell you the anti-
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>> fans are hoping a florida gators will help lead the wizards to the playoffs. >> the third pick overall in the nba draft -- bradley beale a shooting guard out of florida. once he has teamed up, he is expected to help the wizards on the back guard. >> that is what we need. we want to send congratulations to thomas robinson, from the d.c. area. the forward from kansas was the first pick in the nba draft. he is headed to the sacramento kings. >> people were hoping he might
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end up in washington. >> maybe at some point. as expected, anthony davis was the first pick in last night's draft. >> the new orleans coronet took him. pictures are showing how davis would look if he signed a deal with nike. turning the unit brow into the nike logo. >> that is right. the phrase above the brow. i think you can make some money on that one. >> a lot of money. >> it is 76 degrees outside. >> ahead, a look at the weekend box office.
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>> one person is missing after the building collapsed in cheverly, maryland. we are on the scene with what happened. >> add more money to your smartrip card or paper farecards starting on sunday on metro. >> get ready for triple digit heat. "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's friday, june 29. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. we start with traffic and weather every ten minutes. first, met

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