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a victory lap. the president elect returning to his campaign roots - and teasing a new plan of action for his administration. plus - a crisis in safety and leaders for metro's general manager on the hill today. and it's officially decemeber and it's starting to feel like it. the even cooler temperatures on the way this weekend. good morning washington. toss to eileen - dry & cool weekend ahead - next chance of rain tuesday - another big cool down late next week today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 48-54 winds: w 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear
person dead. it happened on the outerloop in springfield around eleven last night. police say only one vehicle was involved. lanes were blocked for hours, but are now reopen. the victim has not been identified. and new developments about a shooting in northeast. overnight, d-c police confirm this is now a homicide. the man was found on capitol avenue in the trinidad neighborhood. so far - no word on a possible suspect. happening today - metro general manager paul
raping a teen in falls church.. abc-seven's i-team has learned.. 18-year-old ronald herrera-contreras is an illegal immigrant. he was arrested last year and given a court order to leave the country. but he never did. authorities priority. herrera-contreras allegedly raped a 15-year-old girl off lee highway in july. he's wanted for rape, assault, and gang activity. a worsening tragedy in tennessee this morning. the death toll from this week's wildfires has now risen to 11. crews discovered the remains of more people while searching the rubble near the great smoky mountains. and right now - some people are still missing, including one mother from mcdowell county and her two young children.
return, many will find they have nothing to come back to. more than 700 buildings burned down in the fire. country superstar dolly parton, who grew up in the area, plans to donate a thousand dollars a month to families who lost their homes. now to the trump transition.. president-elect trump is back in new york city, after his first stop on his post-election "thank you tour." he arrive york last night, after a rally in cincinnati. during that rally, trump mapped out his agenda involving for tax reform, repealing and replacing obamacare, and immigration reform. and he announced one of his cabinet picks.
states that he wo between now and the inauguration. states that he wo between now and the inauguration. the trump campi to block an recount in michigan - putting a hold on a planned count set for today. instead, state officials will hear arguments from trump's attorneys. trump won the state of michigan by more than 10-thousand votes over hillary clinton. a recount is already underway in wisconsin. a book ban in virginia. the two classic novels - one school district is prohibiting. plus - dry skies through the weekeend, and then a change. meteorologist is tracking our next chance for rain, in
of the new casino at national harbor next week. the one-point-four billion dollar casino and it's 24 story hotel will open it's doors december eighth. it's expected to draw big crowds - an estimated 20 thousand people in and out each day. and that means it also has the potential to be a traffic mess.
the key, especially on opening night. and if you're planning to go, the big advice - don't come before the parking garage opens at 10:30 thursday night. the casino opens at 11pm, at night not in the morning. adding to the traffic during opening month - is six concerts. the first is "boys to men" on december fifteenth. the go 3-thousand seat "theater at national harbor" - start well after the evening rush. a virginia school district is considering banning two classic books
some of the language. accomack county public schools has temporarily suspended the use of "the adventures of huckleberry finn" and "to kill a mockingbird" because they use racial slurs. a committee has been reviewing the book since the complaint and will eventually make a recommendation to the superintendent about their future in the school district. after a 15-month layoff and two back surgeries tiger woods returned to the golf course. the former world number one showed hero challenge. woods came out on fire..starting four under par..taking a share of the lead. his tee shot on the 8th hole probably his best of the day! but then the rust started to show, he finished the day in 17th place - with two double bogeys on his card. from the green to the ice.. capitals hosting the new york islanders.. caps 2014 first round pick jakub vrana making his nhl debut.. he nearly scored on his first shift in the opening period. but his debut was
they put on a show in the third period scoring three goals. caps lose three to nothing..dropping their second game in a row. christmas is more than three weeks away.. but it came early for some local military children who lost a parent. a winter wonderland celebration was held in arlington yesterday. and it included a visit from santa. 100 children showed up, including two brothers whose father was killed in afghanistan. emma and derrick dockery hosted the event. they founded "yellow ribbons united" after emma's brother was killed in afghanistan. they say they wanted to make sure these children never feel that they've been forgotten. a reminder this holiday season- you can give back to those in need. join us at the
11am to 3pm. and bring an unwrapped gift for a child- and you might just make someone's holiday - that much brighter. time now for weather ahead - next chance of rain tuesday - another big cool down late next week today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 48-54 winds: w 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows: 31-38 winds: w 5-10 mph
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portman portrays former first lady jacqueline kennedy in the new film, "jackie" hitting theaters today. the movie is already generating award season buzz. portman was here in d-c last night for the movie's premiere and our own kidd o'shea was there on the red carpet. he'll have more coming nokia is dialing back time in 2017 - with plans to sell phones again! abc's kendis gibson and adrienne bankert have the details in this morning's
the confrontation between a culpeper resident and a stranger in their home, that turned deadly. plus - seven on your side with a holiday warning. the three things you need to have at your home, to keep away those package theives. good morning washington. toss to eileen - dry & cool weekend ahead - next chance of rain tuesday - another big cool down late next week tod breezy and cool. highs: 48-54 winds: w 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows: 31-38 winds: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy. breezy and cool. highs: 46-52
a suspected home intruder shot and killed in culpeper county. just before 6-30 last night, the culpeper sheriffs office received reports of a shooting on woodland church road. once on the scene, deputies found an alleged intruder shot by the homeowner. that suspect was later pronounced dead. for any other suspects that may have been involved. right now the investigation into the shooting is still ongoing. no arrests have been made. happening today - metro general manager paul wiedefeld in the hot seat on capitol hill. this, as federal investigators are raising new questions about the troubled agency's inspections. sam sweeney is live on the hill this morning. fairfax county
a tip. delores williams died wednesday night -- 12 days after she was brutally attacked. a prince george's county police officer is charged wtih assault and misconduct in office. officer juan hernandez was just indicted-- accused of chasing someone in his cruiser-- then striking him with it! that happened back in june. the man recovered. hernandez, an 11 year veteran of the force, had been suspended after the incident. for the third day, the funeral caravan for fidel castro is making it's way enroute to the cuban leaders's final resting place - santiago de cuba. along the way - hundreds of thousands of people line the streets to pay their respects, part of 9 days of mourning. castro's funeral is set for sunday. president obama will not send an official delegation, but two obama administration officials will attend and represent the united states. d-c mayor muriel bowser is waking up south of the border this morning. she's in mexico city for the c-40 mayors summit. the mayors will
between nations, and how other global cities are fighting climate change. bowser returns home on sunday. 7 is on your side with a holiday warning. there's a lot of online shopping going on - and thieves are waiting to pounce on those presents. between now and the first of the year, a billion and a half packages will be delivered to doorsteps across america. and every year -- 23 million people across the country -- fall victim to "porch pirates." so what can you to do prevent it? program where you can choose delivery times and locations- to make sure you're home. surveillance cameras are an option too. there's also new technology -- including a doorbell camera that sends an alert to your phone wherever you are -- and lets you know when someone's there. on the market coming up - who is
the ellipse last night for the national christmas tree lighting. all the audience members got their tickets by entering a lottery. the event included musical performances. some of the musicians included james taylor, garth brooks, and kelly clarkson. - dry & cool weekend ahead - next chance of rain tuesday - another big cool down late next week today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 48-54 winds: w 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows: 31-38 winds: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy. breezy
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making the first stop on his victory tour. and while in ohio - a big announcement - the president elect telling the crowd he's chosen retired marine general james "mad dog" mattis as secretary of defense. his campaign roots, while also touting his big white house win. abc's janai norman is in northwest breaking down trump's talking points. there's speculation about the future of
some legal experts say the president-elect must sell trump international hotel in d-c before he becomes president. that's because a clause in the building contract states that no "elected official of the government" can own a share of its lease. some contracters believe the clause does not apply to trump because it only prohibits adding elected officials to the lease -- not banning original parties. we're less than a week away from the opening of the new
the next school day. the school board has approved a proposed schedule for the next school year. the first day of school will be august 28th. the school system received a waiver from the virginia department of education, allowing an early start to the school year. the last day of school will be june 15th. an environmental watchdog group is offering a thousan dollar reward to anyone who has information about the mysterious sheen in the potomac river. the mysterious substance was first spotted sunday in loudoun county.
protection agency says the sheen is getting better. inspectors found traces of hydraulic fluid or some kind of oil- but still no word on where it came from. the city of takoma park is raising the bar when it comes to plastic bags in montgomery county. in 20-12, the county passed a bag tax... charging five cents per plastic bag. but on thrusday - a law went into place in takoma park, banning those bags completely! that means stores are now forbidden to hand them out. there are a few exceptions including produce bags, packages with multiple bags, and those clear plastic bags that protect your clothing at the dry cleaner. a reminder this holiday season that you can give back to those in need, with a donation to toys
ahead - next chance of rain tuesday - another big cool down late next week today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 48-54 winds: w 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows: 31-38 winds: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy. breezy and cool. highs: 46-52 winds: nw 5-15 g 25 mph kidd o'shea in the now.. insight into the phone call that sent kanye west to the hospital. in the recently released 9-1-1 call, you can
cleaning up, as awards season starts. it's the leading nominee for the critics' choice awards - 12 nods in all, including best picture. and it just won top prize from the new york film critics circle. the throwback musical, featuring singing and dancing from emma stone and ryan gosling, will hit select theaters december 9th mariah carey will spend new year's eve
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>> now, "good morning washington," on your side. larry: this morning, a step forward after six children are killed. what did the ntsb just as it looks into that deadly bus crash in tennessee? autria: the horse message from congress as agency troubles continue. -- harsh message from congress as agency troubles continue. larry: a big blast of winter heading our way. we have joked about the warmth and how it doesn't feel like it, but then a slap in the face. [laughter] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy.