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the mid-90s. you can already feel the humidity. take a look of the numbers start our day. and live super doppler 7 as a over howard county, near columbia, stretching over , and over ther bay. 75 in washington, 76, actually. 67 in martinsburg, 72 in gaithersburg. sticky, today, hot and thunderstorms-parting -- spotty time thunderstorms will start shortly time.lunch >> 95 looks good and 395 is off to a good start. on the complicated greenway, the dulles toll road, 66. 270 looks good at the father hurley boulevard area. looks good on 495 and on 50 between annapolis and bowie. the accused killer james
holmes is scheduled to appear in for the first time this morning. >> police finished collecting evidence from his apartment, including several booby trap explosives. residents are still not allowed back because the building still some chemical hazard issues. the theater where the shooting remain closed as a crime scene for a couple weeks. >> the president flew to withado yesterday to visit families. another vigil was held to honor the victims. we get the latest details now from rebecca stevens. >> james holmes will not be charged today. prosecutors have three days to file the charges. 71 of them, one for each victim, and probably more. 12 people died and several others hospitalized in critical the gunman opened a crowded movie theater latest batman movie,
rises."k knight a competency evaluation. for the first time, we are seeing and hearing the suspect exclusive video obtained by abc 7 news. him just after his high school graduation, making a presentation at science canmp. >> let them have more fun. >> a suspect is not cooperating authorities and is in solitary confinement. last night the people of aurora obama, willresident hours withthan two the victims and their families. >> i confessed to them that always inadequate in this type of situation. and some leaders of. their of >> one day, lord, we know that will reclaim that theater because it does not
belong to terrorists. ofbelongs to the city aurora. >> president obama and mitt have vowed they will not inpaign spots notice. until further reporting from colorado, rebecca stevens, abc 7 news. the denver broncos are hoping to the spirits of survivors of the shooting. the teamzen members of visited if with patience yesterday and met with emergency provided the who initial care. >> the patients have been to us.ng stories. guy covered another woman his friend'sts for fiancee. >> it puts life and prospective. are all blessed to be here. >> the broncos say they are the fact that the patients they met absent
positive attitudes. stay with abc 7 news and [unintelligible] and wjla.com for the latest. no way paused to remember its own shooting tragedy. a year ago yesterday, 69 people died in a shooting spree and an youth retreat and eight bombing in the capital. norway posted prime minister of theead the side lanterns and floors were placed in water. a trial for suspect anders breivik ended last month. verdict to be announced in the next few weeks. >> the n.c.a.a. this morning is expected to announce againstented penalties school'se for the of a child sex abuse involving former assistant coach jerry sandusky. jummy olabanji is live this morning with the latest details. >> good morning. a source familiar with the case state will be hit with than $30 million. that might not be all.
sources say penalties against state are likely to include not only heavy fines but also a significant loss of scholarships and a loss of ballgames. the sources say penn state will receive the penalty that would have suspended the program completely for least a year. meanwhile, the 900 pound bronze football longtime was removedterno outside the campus stadium yesterday. penn state's president said the oftue became a source division and an obstacle to . stored in ang secure location it. i don't believe they would measures totreme take it down. the statue was so i conduct. >> the statue was a lightning rod for criticism. every time i looked at the statute, i would think about the scandal. >> the paternal issued a
saying theesterday of the statute does serve the victims or help .eal the university community the penn state library will joe paterno'srry name. is n.c.a.a. news conference at 9:00 this morning in indianapolis. jummy olabanji reporting. a with abc 7 news and wjla.com for continuing coverage of the announcement. will be at state college with reaction to the penalty. we will see that report in later newscasts. vincent gray fine sense of allegationso new from his 2010 campaign. it involves allegations of unauthorized data base that was for the get-out-the-vote effort. john gonzalez is live outside the wilson building with more. morning. appears there's more trouble grayng for mayor vincent this morning. according to the washington , some of his campaign in 2010 kept this
of names, addresses, 6000from members of about residents, ng for his get-sed out-the-vote effort. the problem is it is private information that should never of gone public. the three campaign workers have with a been charged running a shadow campaign that collected $350,000 gray.egal funds for it's not clear how the list was obtained. the housing authority says it did not didit. the mayor said venue was not aware of such a list and he says like thislist existed, he does not believe it .ould've been very helpful -- the housing authority said it .id not release the list >> it is 71 degrees in leesburg. >> we will hear from an american kidnapped in egypt and week.ed last
fredericksburg. no issues up to the beltway and and to springfield. looks good in maryland on 270. travel times with us on the beltway at kenilworth avenue. we are moving at a good pace. now to the weather center with adam caskey. we have some clouds overhead this morning. sprinkles no attendees of washington, mainly howard county and over the bay. otherwise, the main headline will be the heat and humidity. .id 90's today you will notice the humidity will step outside. 72 and oxon hill, 72 in bethesda, 70 in winchester. in chesapeake beach it is 73. a mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day. by afternoon thunderstorms even lunchtime. afternoon thunderstorms.
a little breezy tomorrow, hot and sticky. humidity on wednesday, upper 80s. >> we will look forward to wednesday. it's 5:12. >> a former d.c. police officer behind bars. what has to do with a woman behind bars. what has to do with a woman sentence for adminis sfx: sounds of marchching band and crowd cheering sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, x: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching baband and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this paradeeet, x: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering honoring america's troops. sfx: sounds of marching baband and crowd cheering which is actually in tquite fitting becauseadeeet, x: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering geico has been serving e military for over 75 years. aawh no, look, i know this is about the troops and not about me. right, but i don't look like that. who can i write a letter to about this? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
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state in the wake of the child scandal involving jerry sandusky. this is a day after the statue of removed the the late football coach joe paterno. the district, d.c. mayor gray's campaign anportedly used an ounc authorized database of public phone numbers. he said he did not know his was aware of such a list. >> a former d.c. police officer has been sentenced for providing security services for a woman illegal silicone injections. was. sentenced to was a former officer is now to three months in prison and was fined $18,000. a pentecostal church pastor says he isin egypt be home in massachusetts. they arrived at logan
international airport in boston. he and another person were reunited with friends and family members. >> we believe in god. he did not lead us down. >> the pastor, the church tourr, and their egyptian guide were abducted. he said that he took the people because authorities have jailed their uncle. the kidnappers released them after authorities said they on releasing his uncle from prison. floods in china have led to the deaths of 37 people. cars and buses were trapped in a waist deep water in beijing. down trees knocked lines and forced people to leave their homes. least 18 death reported in other parts of china. the storms have caused more $1 billion in damage. >> that is amazing footage from
china. >> look at the forecast at 5:15 caskey.m >> it's going to be hot and sticky today. >> we had a nice break on saturday, but it was wet. >> we did need the moisture. saturday had a record cold afternoon high temperature. we were in the '80s yesterday. in the 90s today, mid 90's this afternoon. sprinkles this morning. close to baltimore and over the bay. but we do see some energy moving in which will likely cause thunderstorms as hour.as the lunch especially shortly thereafter. 76 now at reagan national, seven in winchester, 72 in cumberland.g, 67 in we have a few areas of clouds moving or dead. they're pushing off to the east
and southeast. there's energy over parts of michigan and ohio as that action prompted the southeast. a few showers in michigan and indiana. drop our way storms around and especially shortly after the lunch hour. thee's a cold front to northwest. cooler and less humid air for wednesday. with that front driving through, bigger storms tomorrow. isolated, severe storms today, especially the potomac highlands. chance tomorrow. 94 degrees today for the high temperature. the same tomorrow. if low humidity by wednesday with sunny skies. now to lisa baden. it feels good on the highway. 66 westbound. the lincoln road warwick and street, that will be gone soon. there is lingering road work
.t nutley street looks good on 95 between richmond and baltimore. at the 14th street bridge. 270.y good along that's father hurley boulevard. rail, drv onarc service. on normalvre service. >> millions of customers now viacom channels again. >> good news for 20 million directv customers. it has signed a long-term deal with viacom. the latest facebook game go underground recover and tools before the clock runs out. it gets high marks.
yesterday. the nationals face the mets in tonight without ian desmond, who is headed to the 15-day disabled list. the orioles in the bottom of the ninth inning in cleveland win.d a jim johnson recorded his 30th save. for the four-game sweep tonight. ernie els went in search of his title onitish open sunday. >> bid would require a monumental meltdown from adam scott. that'ss what happened cott leading by four strokes of sc beginning of the day -- leading. ernie els claimed his fourth major championship. >> the u.s. men's olympic is sporting am
all reflect onwe can do something about some of this senseless violence in this country. >> the president seeking to offer comfort to the victims of a movie theater should be colorado. plenty of questions remain about holmes.sed gunman james today he will make his first court appearance. good morning, washington. monday, july 23. i am steve chenevey. >> >> i am jennifer donelan. adam caskey has the forecast. >> hot and sticky today. heahad a break from the e weekend and another on this coming wednesday. is 72 right now and college park, 76 at reagan national, 66 in martinsburg. look at the green on the upper side of the screen. on the eastern annapolis and glen burnie.
around the washington metro area. sun and clouds expected. thunderstorms around and especially after lunchtime. slight chance of strong to severe storms, especially in the potomac highlands. mid 90's today with humidity. you will feel the humidity. same story tomorrow. go back to lisa baden. >> no trouble on metro rail, rail, virginia will express. on normal service systemwide. in good shape and maryland on 70 270, looks good around the beltway and prince george's county and montgomery county. looks good in bethesda and tysons. good on 95 between uma thurman and baltimore. bad and virginia on 66, on 395.d these are the headlights out of
newington. now back to news. the >> the man being held in friday's shooting at a movie ,heater in aurora, colorado court. james holmes is expected to appearance as the officials look used hisher he position in a graduate program collect hazardous material. he is not cooperating with investigators. it could take months to learn prompted the attack that killed 12 people and wounded others.n 50 >> police have revealed the did mask inside his they cleared it several of booby trapped explosives. and explosives e told police he was the joker, character from the batman series. yesterday president obama shooting victims in , no. holmes faces at least 71 of the, one for each victims, and possibly more.
>> we understand that he will be charged today. is that standard operating procedure? >> absolutely. exactly what is one to happen, as opposed toised arraigned. will be told by a judge that investigated for the degree murders and 59 attempted murders. and there could be more charges later. what is gone to happen is he from the jail over courthouse where they take him through an underground tunnel so one can pictures. once they get him over there, have a special screening room for the victim's see the proceedings but don't wish to be photographed by the media. >> any idea if or when prosecutors announced they will pursue the death penalty in this
case? >> not so far. we have not heard anything about that. have only heard that the defense may ask for more time. we don't know what will happen point.us >> they took a computer from his were ableafter they in.inally get are we hoping that in the court proceedings we may get a glimpse evidence of the other him?have against >> they have no idea what they find. the bottom line is police have was having packages materials shipped to him at coloradorsity of denver. to its graduate denver now they're wondering what was those packages. had been doing this to his apartment and to the last four for the months. >> many more questions to be
asked. we will see you soon. 5:33. mitt romney says the president's decision to visit colorado was thing and that he appreciated the president's action. made the comment while donors last night in san francisco. raiser opened with a silence for the shooting victims in colorado. he declined to attack the during a by name speech. stay with abc 7 news for the movie theater including two more reports in the 6:00 hour, wjla.com.s online at >> more fallout from the penn pyridines public announce penalties against the school this morning, the child sex abuse scandal. getting reaction from some live in ouro region. >> penn state is our football team. got rid of it, it will people from going to the school.
>> people will be heard by the sanctions, but they will not be the proprietors. innocent players coaches and fans and alumni. beabc 7's brad bell will morein state college with reaction to this and are later newscasts. >> new revelations in the scandal..c. campaign mayor vincent gray's campaign unauthorized and possibly illegal database of theic housing residents for get-out-the-vote effort. it had names, addresses, phone numbers of 6000 residents. how the campaign the information. d.c. housing authority said that it did not release them and would not release them. the mayor says that he did not know the campaign had such a list. >> it appears the district may be paying the unemployment benefits to eligible residents. general inspector arert says there in the application
review process. paidnot clear how much it ineligible residence. hundreds of city employees unemployment on the cityle payroll, which was revealed earlier this year. is 73 degrees outside. >> still ahead, hwy a roller- -- while rollercoaster been shut down at king's dominion. been shut down at king's dominion. >> and 11
time franklin kelly. of artional gallery greatest collection of original life sculptures by degas, including his most 14e little dancer, dancer, age 14. morning, 5:38. >> adam caskey has good news and bad news. if you like the sticky weather, you'll like today and tomorrow. 90's and very humid. will feel the humidity step thing when you outside today. wednesday we will notice a humidity.e near 70 right now, 72 in oxon hill, 72 in bethesda. a few sporadic thunderstorms. ast's possibly as early
noon. after 1:00, we should few storms on the radar, especially northwest of town. then off and on through the afternoon and evening. moving heavy rain. mid 90's today. pretty much the same story tomorrow. improving by wednesday. >> we are off to a great start as the commute. in virginia along 66 and 95 outside the beltway, a little volume just starting, but we still give you the green .ight 66vel times in our favor on inside the beltway through falls church. good to and from the 14th street bridge. looks good on the beltway at bridge and american bridge. 270ing complicated on between father hurley and the beltway. , metro rail on normal service. >> prince george's county may take longer to
respond to emergencies. county certificates showed the countymes across by 20 seconds between 2005 and 2011. the target ofg responding in six minutes or less. fire officials challenged the results. say they use benchmarks oft said response times in developed areas and nine minutes in rural areas. >> a roller-coaster at king's closed after park foundor was unresponsive on the weekend. or roller-t will undergo an additional safety inspection and expected to reopen soon. 73 degrees. degrees >> focusing on the fight against aids. at the international aids conference taking place in the
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coming up read 6:00, a family finds happiness in the tragedy the call about a movie theater shooting. -- coming up at 6:00. a mother lost a daughter, but she learned something about her child. >> we will get news on the economic troubles plaguing the nation. >> we will go into the battle , which areplants tequila.ake >> 7 is on your side with a look at international aids conference going on this week in the district. where things stand in the fight against the disease. brianne carter is alive but the convention center with more. >> good morning. more than 20,000 scientists, researchers, lawmakers, and living with aids will be at the convention center
throughout the week for this conference that got under way late last night. the goals of this conference is to about the continuing research and continued work on this. there's currently no cure for hiv/aids. many say getting this type of people together can stem the spread of the virus. people went on the national and connected to this. quilt was on the mall, made of tens of of panels representing living with and who have lived with aids. the conference is back in the the first time in after two years ago lifted a obama longstanding travel ban on hiv/aids positive visitors to the u.s. this is something people over next week will be , travel bans to other countries. will be a very busy week at
center.ention reporting live, brianne carter, news. a government-appointed panel recommended children be screened cholesterol. the guidelines are too aggressive, say some. eight panel members disclosed drug industries. some doctors recommend a more narrow screen based on family history. new york's senator chuck schumer free whooping cough vaccinations. thedemocrat is surging federal government to work with health officials. he says it is very contagious dangerous ify transmitted through young children. >> jury selection gets underway formern the trial for illinois police officer charged and isfeing killing another.
was founds wife dry bathtub and 2004. stacys fourth wife peterson disappeared and her never found. opening statements will begin tuesday. texting day villiers after the explosion on board an oil rig oil spille worst u.s. history we may get some answers. years after the explosion. millions of gallons of crude oil mexico. in the gulf of killed 11 people.ggere >> a pickup truck crashed into texas.n south loaded in it. the victims' names and ages of not been released. said that he saw among thechildren dead. up.death toll could go
authorities could expand their search for two missing iowa cousins. disappearance is now considered an abduction. police want to talk to anyone lake in the town of evansdale on july 14 just before the two went missing. police have already interviewed several persons of interest. the cost of flying is expected to go up even more. >> facebook wants to boost investor week.ence this it may be tough. good morning, linda bell. >> that's right. facebook is facing the music this week. week,ll street later this with its first-ever quarterly a publicly traded company. will try to shake of the fact second worste performance technology this year. investors will seek assurance that the company can make money and they will look for zuckerberg to make
remarks. corn harvest may drop much as 25% this year, due to the severe drought. many companies already are brazil.ng corn from brazilian acorn is now cheaper .ource -- brazilian corn airline tickets may get even more expensive. fuel surcharges have increased you prices this year. to extra fees the on to the ticket price. linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 5:49. >> adam caskey has a look at the forecast. we had a nice break on the weekend. cold afternoon highs on 71.rday,
>> it was wonderful. >> that's the coldest it has been on that day in history. it's going to be hot and sticky week.rt the wednesday, we will never break from the heat and humidity. storms are another headline as severed have isolated here and there today and tomorrow. the potomac highlands mainly today. south of the metro area tomorrow. it isle jury to start -- day.tle dree to start the we had a few light sprinkles pastmoved through in the hours, now won the eastern shore. 76 in the district, 70 in winchester, 68 in cumberland, 70 in hagerstown. you will notice the humidity first thing this morning. look and the satellite composite. clouds.icating moving to the southeast.
, so keep that in mind. keep an eye on the showers developing in southwestern , in parts of indiana, into ohio. that will continue to push our way. even by lunchtime we could have ofew thunderstorms northwest town and thereafter from 1:00 or 2:00 p.m. in the metro area. widely separated storms today and tomorrow. that will cold front provide a bit of relief from the humidity on wednesday. welcome relief in the middle of the week. nice wednesday in store with sunshine, low humidity. degrees today with humidity. spotty afternoon and evening thunderstorms. slow-moving storms. tomorrow.times wednesday, upper 80s, sunny, low humidity. nearly 90 degrees by the weekend, a pretty typical. average high is 88.
let's go back to lisa baden for commute. >> arlington, south courthouse between 63 and eighth they preparesed as the road from a water main break. no damage around the beltway right now. looks good as far as the dulles greenway and the toll road and sterling and tysons on 7. nothing on 95, 395. good and centreville and the beltway. at father hurley boulevard to the beltway. >> it is 5:52. >> temperatures are a little steamy this morning. this.ore coming up after ♪
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court for the first time. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. thanks for joining us on this monday, july 23. >> i am jennifer donelan. >> a beautiful shot of chesapeake beach, 73 degrees, really pretty. good morning, i am steve chenevey. happy to be with you. the big story and is colorado. holmes, the man police say for the movie shooting, is due to appear in court today. 71 people were shot during the showing of "the dark rises." 12 died and dozens remain in the hospital, some in critical condition. have a lot of questions motives, why this happened. he is not cooperating at all. they did search his apartment computer.s learning that there was de