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and in a little while you're messin' with my mind ? ? and fillin' up my senses oh here you come again and lookin' better than a body has a right to ? ? and shakin' me up so that all i really know is here you come again ? ? and here i go here i go ? [ cheers and applause ] ? if i should stay i would only be in your way ? ? so i'll go
>> dolly, we will always love you. and i am so happy to present this willie nelson lifetime achievement award to the one and only dolly parton. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> wow! [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much, thank you lily, thank you all these beautiful girlfriends of mine. pentatonix, and congratulations to all the winners. what a tribute. i would have cried, but i didn't
i was doing my best. this is such a great compliment, a wonderful night for me. thank you for all of that. and now, for me to be receiving the willie nelson award, this is an absolute high for me. [ laughter ] having -- high achievement award, he's had some highs that border on historic. but enough of that. i'm very proud to receive this, and they asked me to hurry it up. they're saying they're behind. but you're talking about a lifetime, right? anyway -- i know how this goes. and i'll make it as fast as i can. how about jennifer nettles as an
colors"? we're doing it again on november 30th. i'm so proud of you. i want to thank all of my fans and everybody for allowing me to see my little girl dreams come true. i have a few people i must thank. my uncle bill, and tess walker, and betty, and fred, and all the many people that have helped me in my i had a big speech, but they won't let me give it. thank you so much for this wonderful award. have a wonderful evening. please welcome sharon stone. [ cheers and applause ] ?
>> consider the mt. rushmore of male vocalist of the year awards that were awarded in just the first ten years. this year, the category puts the artists. these are impressive nominees. >> dierks bentley. >> eric church. >> tim mcgraw. >> chris stapleton. >> and keith urban. [ cheers and applause ] >> and this country girl is
vocalist of the year. and it goes to the cma award goes to chris stapleton. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> this is chris stapleton's second win for male vocalist of the year. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> well, if dolly was still back there, i'd give her my time. but tonight has been, i've gotten to be a fan so much tonight. what a wonderful night, what a wonderful show they've put together.
everybody, and the music i grew up on. and i want to thank everybody -- i love you too, sir. [ cheers and applause ] and it means so much to get to be a part of country music and country music, they're the best people in the world. country music people, all the fans. and all the people that make it, too. they're wonderful people, and i want everybody at home to know that the guys in the band and crew, i can't do it without them. they bring it every night. i want to thank my wife. i want to thank my mom, who's in the audience, and my little sister, my in-laws. everybody, i'm telling you, it takes a village. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ? >> look at this. we're one big crazy family. and here's the thing. we aren't promised tomorrow. but we are so blessed to be here right now. don't let this moment pass without realizing what we got to be a part of today. ? when i'm sitting in traffic some afternoon or bored to death
? i'm gonna close my eyes and picture you ? ? today ? ? you keep brushing that hair back out of your eyes ? ? it just keeps falling and so do i i'm feeling like the luckiest man alive ? ? today ? ? and i don't know about tomorrow right now the whole world is right ? ? and the memory of a day like today can get you through the
>> hey, nashville. [ cheers and applause ] it's been almost 13 years since i came to nashville with a dream of being a songwriter and recording artist. i learned so much about what it means to be an entertainer from the remarkable artists in this arena tonight. that's just one of the award and be a part of this historic night we'll all remember. these are the nominees. garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] luke bryan. [ cheers and applause ] chris stapleton. [ cheers and applause ]
i got to start by thanking bob doyle, randy bernard, nancy, christy, rob, all those guys at william morris. laurie in the west coast, the road family, band, crew, i love you guys. you know i love you. the coolest touring mate you could ask for, the love of my life, i love you much. i want to thank god, the cmas, very, very sweet. thank you for a wonderful, wonderful run. can't do without the way they treat the people. if you had to wrap this up in one word or one name, ben farrell. sweet guy, people, tonight, this is what it's all about. it couldn't have ended better
hard. this is a vdot commuter lot. the sign previously displayed a much more offensive message to a lot of people. it was done through this box on the side. it is still unlocked. there has been one change. >> we were all shocked when we got off the bus. tom: tuesday evening, a sign information had a very different message. >> we were quite shocked and insulted. tom: somebody tampered with assigned to make a message seen as divisive. then a funny thing happened -- brought people together. >> we just gathered around to try to find the solution. >> i did not like the language. tom: a group of strangers came together to try to get the
tom: inside -- >> one of those ancient computers from back in the day. tom: they figured out how to turn it off on the fly. >> i was proud of myself for doing it. it's funny. tom: she was surprised 24 hours later it was still unlocked and anyone could enter a message, so she left a new nonoffensive one. about 9:00 tonight >> i would rather not be filmed. tom: the head of the elections office did take away the keyboard. not only was the password written right here, but there were instructions on how to change the sign. the keyboard is gone, so hopefully nobody else will mess with it. prince william county police tell me there is no evidence anybody broke into the box.
abc 7 news. jonathan: donald trump wrapping up his day in florida with more attacks on hillary clinton and her e-mail scandal. he lashed out at clinton again, saying that a win for her tuesday would start an unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis, his words. the e-mail scandal actually seems to be helping clinton's campaign financially. broke friday that the fbi would be renewing its investigation, the democratic nominee has raised more than 11 million dollars online, the most since she was first nominated. alison: now, first on 7 -- vulnerable babies exposed to dangerous bacteria in what is supposed to be the safest place, the prince georges hospital center nicu shut down again.
as anna-lysa gayle explains, this is two months after the same bacteria shut down the same unit and after the hospital promised a sanitation overhaul. >> it's bad and they need to close the unit completely. anna-lysa: she was visiting a relative at prince george's hospital, where five premature babies had to be transferred wednesday afternoon, the decision after two preemies tested positive for a bacteria that is potentially deadly. >> with innocent babies. anna-lysa: this is the second time within six months that officials are closing the unit. they also closed in august after two babies died. it was never determined if their deaths were caused by the bacteria found in the hospital water pipes. >> whatever is going on with it, they don't know. anna-lysa: and a statement come a spokesperson said, "at this
the latest bacteria present." knowing the history, she says she will not consider delivering a baby at the hospital. >> absolutely not, no. anna-lysa: why is that? >> i would rather go somewhere else. i mean come if my baby is born in something's wrong with the baby, what's going to happen? anna-lysa: hospital officials have not provided details on when the nicu will reopen. the preemies that transported were taken to children's hospital. jonathan: we are hearing 911 calls made in the aftermath of the horrible bus crash in baltimore yesterday. >> there is an mta bus. wow. holy [beep]. jonathan: that was just one of the callers. six people killed yesterday, 10 hurt, including one in critical
trying to make sense of what happened. >> the only thing i remember was i got on the bus on the right side and was talking to someone, and the next thing i know i woke up on the floor with glass in my mouth. >> how did you feel? >> in pain, scared, yelling for people killed in the crash were released today and range in age from 33 to 67 years old. the ntsb is trying to figure out what caused the school bus to crash into the mta bus. witnesses are being asked to come forward with the investigation. alison: dozens of students taken the hospital after being exposed to pepper spray on their school bus. it happened at watkins mill elementary school in montgomery
hospital as a precaution but are expected to be ok. the source of the spray is still being investigated. steve: we have a mild evening overnight ahead, falling into the upper 50's, lower 60's, meaning a warm day ahead tomorrow, likely to tie or break records at reagan national, dulles, and be do be why. forecast highs near 80 degrees, but a cold front on the way degree drop. i will tell you all about it, the timing, plus the weekend and election day in a few minutes. alison: we have breaking news from capitol heights, where the police are investigating a homicide. they were called to the scene at 9:30. no details on a suspect or victim, but we will bring that
about growing up in the district. among their concerns, violence, bullying, and education. they are coming together to try to find solutions. tim: tonight, the bureaucrats and politicians who usually talk about problems facing our kids talked with kids. >> school is not even safe anymore. tim: d.c.'s community on education talked about th crime. >> people think it's cool to be in gangs, and when somebody gets shot, it's all said. tim: these girls talked about bullying. >> it takes your dignity and makes someone feel destroyed. tim: see suggested that focusing on african-american history could help. >> it's a platform to voice our
like we are actually making a change in our community. tim: this councilmember believes the roundtable helps people understand what's really going on in public schools. >> the parents and adults do not understand safe passage, belize. tim: the student through words create change. >> i think maybe i can do something about the issues going on here. tim: tim barber, abc 7 news. alison: right now -- alison: it is country music's biggest night, the 50th annual cma awards just wrapping up a few minutes ago. garth brooks won an award for entertainer of the year and they are celebrating in nashville. jonathan: kidd o'shea is on the red carpet, mingling with the stars, getting a sense how special the event is. tell us about it.
fans shuffling out of the bridgestone arena where it took place, including tammy and andre from canada. what was your favorite part of the show? >> dolly! >> garth brooks and tricia yearwood. it was amazing. kidd: and look what happened tonight on the red carpet. tonight was all about the country legends. ? >> not had enough practice to know yet. feeling great. don't feel much different than 1979. kidd: well, that's good. he was not the only legendary charlie at the show. >> glen campbell and i cohosted one of these, but it was not quite as big. kidd: country royalty showed up
olympic realty showed up to present cma's. pop country played nashville tonight. and the most royal of them all? >> the one and only dolly parton. kidd: i got chills when i heard that you would be part of the tribute. >> thank you, we were excited. >> just overwhelming happiness and, i don't know, gratitude. she was an in a tribute so legendary is nice. kidd: it was a pretty incredible night, and now the next phase of the night is here on broadway. trying to get into the bars to continue the celebration. live in nashville, i'm kidd o'shea, abc 7 news. back to you guys. jonathan: have you ever been to
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