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the trump presidential transition. the new favorite for secretary of state. plus - president obama's calls for unity - falling flat, as protests continue for a sixth straight day. the d-c demonstration in the wk and wet roads making for a slick start for your commute. team coverage from stormwatch seven - and the traffic center. good morning washington. toss to eileen - am clouds, pm sun today - warming up each day (upper 60s by friday)
police say a 4-year-old girl has been abducted. there's a search for annabelle richardson. the child is believed to be in extreme danger. police believe she was taken by dylan richardson - and they may be in a 1995 burgundy chevy van with virginia license plate vmg-2332. if you have any information -- call breaking news in the district.. d-c police are investigating a deadly shooting in southeast. it happened just after eleven monday night, on 3rd street, about half a mile from the d-c/maryland border. police say a man was found unconcscious and responsive. he was taken to the hospital where he died. so far - no word on
new this morning.. president obama lands in greece for one of his last international trips as commander in chief of the united states. air force one touched down less than an hour ago.. after a welcoming ceremony-- president obama is scheduled to meet with the president of greece later this morning, and then attend a state dinner in the afternoon. before heading overseas - president obama tried to calm a nervous nation. in his first news conference after the election- the president, struck a tone of tolerance. the president concerns about donald trump's presidency... but thinks he can succeed. the president also offered some advice to trump, telling him to try and reach out to those who didn't support him and who may be fearful of what's to
but despite the message of unity - a sixth day of protests across the country, by groups of people who aren't even old enough to vote yet. hundreds of students walked out of montgomery blair high school.. and another school protest is planned for today in our area. that brings us to our question of the day - what do you think of students protesting president-elect trump? go to wjla.com/votenow to cast your vote. in the meantime - lets head out to john gonzalez is live at woodrow wilson high school with more. versus an army
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distributing free copies of the quran across that country they associated press says searches are also being conducted on mosques used by group members. most of these raids are happening in berlin and in western germany. german intelligence officials say the organization allegedly helps recruit people to send to syria and iraq - in order to fight with isis. german officials are expected to annouce more later today. friends and family members are trying to cope with the deaths of three children from silver spring. they and an adult killed friday, in a crash in south carolina. the children were students at arcola elementary school in wheaton. second grader d.j., first grader nick, and kindergartener leah were described as outstanding students. a vigil was held last night at the school. the children's father is expected to recover, but their mother is in critical condition. a relative says it doesn't appear the
harley-torres gofundme page, hoping to raise 50-thousand dollars. more than 10-thousand dollars has been raised so far. new developments in a murder case that swept the nation. brendan dassey will be released from prison -- under supervision. if you're not familiar with the name -- dassey was part of netflix sensation "making a murderer." he was convicted of murder in 2007 when he was 16 years old. but many have claimed that it was because of a coerced confession. it's not over though. the state attorney n motion to stop his release. chili's is under fire for taking a free meal away from a veteran! the popular chain restaurant is saying sorry- amid calls for a boycott. an army veteran in texas says he went to get a free meal on veterans day- when another customer questioned his service - because of his race. then -- he says a manager came over and asked to see his military i-d -- and took the meal away! chili's is now apologizing. both sides are planning a meeting.
a aseries of military flight exercises is planned between midnight and 2:30 wednessday morning. the training excercise called "falcon virgo" will be used to test norad's intercept operations. this morning - the district is launching a new climate change inititiatve. the plan - called "climate ready d-c" will help the city adapt to changing weather including more dangerous heatwaves, severe storms and flooding. a news conference is set for ten this morning. another piece of history in need of help this morning. a gofundmep the damaged gravestone of benjamin franklin in philadelphia. the marbel ledger tablet marking the founding father's final resting place has recently developed a significant crack - caused, by a common ritual. every year, tens of thousands of coins are thrown onto the stone in tribute of franklin's famous saying "a penny saved is a penny earned". time now for weather
county, virginia. police say a 4-year-old girl has been abducted. there's a search for annabelle richardson. the child is believed to be in extreme danger. police believe she was taken by dylan richardson - and they may be in a 1995 burgundy chevy van with virginia licese if you have any information -- call police right away. new developments in a disturbing incident at a restaurant in ashburn. overnight - "elevation burger" released a statement after one of their employees was accused of following little girls into a bathroom - and assaulting them. 20-year-old luis ore is charged with abduction and sexual assault of someone under 13 years old. ore is on the sex offender registry. elevation burger says ore has now been terminated and they are
for how he was hired. an effort is underway to reassure parents, after last week's arrest of an after-school counselor.. on sex abuse charges. raul ramos is suspected of sexually abusing a five-year-old girl at flower valley elementary school in rockville. authorities say there were several incidents of abuse. last night, the owner of the company that employed ramos held a meeting at the school.. for concerned parents. bob sickels owns the program, "kids after hours." he says it's been in business for nearly 30 years, without any allegations of sexual abuse until now. he says background checks are conducted through the f-b-i database.. and the state of maryland. police are trying to find out if ramos had any other victims. developing now.. montgomery county police are asking for help as they investigate two cases of hate vandalism. on friday- swastikas were drawn on the mirrors and walls
a letter about it last week- but police say they're still actively searching for who did it. and in hillandale- hate-based vandalism at the "episcopal church of our savior." on sunday morning, a priest found the words "trump nation whites only" written on a banner and an exterior wall of the church. if you have any information in either case- call police right away. there's a reward up to 10-thousand dollars for information. right now - police are searching for a woman they say threw hot soup on a metro bus driver! station. metro says the woman swore at the driver and refused to pay when she boarded at the benning road station. 20 minutes later, police say she threw the soup on the driver as she got off the bus! this photo shows a person of interest - and police are asking for help with leads. the driver was not seriously hurt. today-- metro will shut the doors on most of it's in-person sales offices. the move is part of a series of internal actions metro is taking to reduce expenses. four metro of the
pentagon, anacostia and northern bus garage. on average, each of the four offices handles fewer than 200 transactions per day metro officials say the closure will help minimize the impact of possible fare increases and service reductions next year. a tale of two seasons. coming up - stormwatch seven meteorologist eileen whelan is tracking a major temperature swing
the student who videotaped the incident supports trump. and he says he doesn't condone the attack. after the incident, students on both sides of the debate calmly discussed their differences. more protests here in maryland. hundreds of students walked out of montgomery blair high school monday. they marched for miles through the streets, demonstrating their frustration toward president-elect donald trump. overnight, m-c-p-s released a statement, saying students have the right to assemble but that this activity was strictly voluntary and was not encouraged by scho a similar protest in planned in the district today. according to social media posts on instagram... d-c-p-s students plan to walk out of class at one this afternoon. the group will meet at metro center and march to trump tower. the post says the goal is to show unity in a time of deep division. president obama is calling for unity as president-elect trump prepares to run the country. in his first news conference after the election- the president, struck a tone of tolerance. but he didn't back down over concerns about
commander-in-chief. the president also offered some advice to trump, telling him to try and reach out to those who didn't support him and who may be fearful of what's to come. stay with abc seven for continuing coverage of the trump presidential transition. from new appointments - all the latest developments for you on air and online at wjla dot com. happening today.. fox news anchor megyn kelly's memoir is being released. jummy olabanji is here with more. the memoir is called "settle for more." in it, she discusses her long-running feud with donald trump. she says they're on better terms now, ever since their meeting last summer.. which she calls their "trump tower accords." in the book, kelly also talks about
after anchor gretchen carlson filed a lawsuit, saying he sexually harassed her. kelly says he harassed her too. ailes denies the allegations. kelly will speak live with george stephanapoulis this morning.. on "good morning america." the show airs here on abc-seven, beginning at seven a.m. a driver accused of hitting a mother and baby in a crosswalk, will make his first court appearance today. the incident happened over the summer in le pushing her 5-month-old son in a stroller when they were hit. the child was killed. the mother was seriously hurt. now - months later - john miller has been indicted on charges of involuntary manslaughter and reckless driving. the d.c. council is set to take a final vote today on the death with dignity act. the council initially approved the bill on november 1st with a vote of 11-to-two. the bill would allow mentally capable, terminally ill adults to get a prescription for medication to end their life. a lake research poll finds..
the legislation. seven's on your side with a traffic alert for anyone driving in dc two new speed cameras are now out, and even though they're not giving out tickets just yet -- you'll want to know where they are. dc police tell us the cameras are on hillcrest drive, and alabama avenue southeast. those are both areas where they say speeding and pedestrian safety are a big issue. the cameras will start their 30-day "warning period" on december 15th, and then on january 14th, you can expect actual tickets. freshmen, newly elected members of the house are in washington for a week of orientation. at 10:45 this morning - they'll take their class photo on the east capitol front steps. and later this week, a lottery to determine their offices for the next two years. the 115th congress will include a record number of minority women, but overall will remain overwhelmingly white, male and middle-aged. as you just saw - the capitol hill dome is now comletely scaffolding-free, but just a few months ago it looked like this. today though - a big
officially comes to an end. the renovations included repairing more than a thousand cracks and removing lead-based paint. in just a few hours we'll get a look inside. the architect of the capitol will host a tour of the dome at nine this morning. coming up new at six. could "trump 2016" -- be impacting "u-s-a 2024"? why the new president-elect might steer the olympics off of u-s soil. plus - a close call in canada of this plane, forcing the piilot to take action. and seven is on your side, putting window shopping to the test today. how to shop smart and save big bucks - coming up at six. a new mannequin challenge putting us all to shame.. check this out - thousands of fans at gonzaga university, all standing still during a timeout at last night's game. in a crowd that size, it's no wonder there are a few flinches here and there. overall though? a very
>> now, "good morning washington," on your side. we begin with a breaking news alert. autria: breaking right now, air force one, wheels down in greece. the stops on the president's agenda and why this is one of the most significant trips for him yet. larry: coming into focus. his top choice for secretary of state and who else is on the shortlist for his cabinet. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] julie: we have got some problems this morning on the green line and yellow line. i service has been suspended until further notice from gallery place to the pentagon. we know that bus service has been requested but until further notice, no service between gallery place and the pentagon.