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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] ummy: that breaking news is from prince george's county where police say a man tried to wife, father-in-law and himself. this was just after 8:00 a.m. on pompeii court in upper marlboro. we bell is live with what have learned so far. brad: at this point we believe of the people stabbed are still alive but we are told them are in rough shape. it was in that big house up is e in the court and it possible that at le
alive because she ran to a neighbor's home for help. that neighbor well prepared to care for her. a prince george's county police officer. according to sources the iolence began with an argument between a man and his father-in-law. the man allegedly stabbed the and his wife as she tried to intervene. he two victims ran from the house and headed to the home of neighbor who happens to be a prince george's county police officer. >> i heard a loud bang on the me.order and woke reporter: he has seen a lot in this time the violence reached his doorstep. with s both bleeding severe neck wounds. washe said that the suspect still in the house and i said we will deal with that and now we wounds and th your keep talking to me to let me know you are still breathing and alive. re
and assisted with the arrest of suspect. he was transported with whether are believe to be self-inflicted to his neck. police are still on the scene. his was in a community off rosariville road. it is pompeii court and you see investigators still there. we talked about officer lawson and what he did. moments ago we saw him walk down the street to his he with the family dog so is caring for that pup. later on ve more today. back to you. brad, thank you. lso now the final white house press briefing of the obama administration is about to take place. inside. see a live look we are told that a special guest will make an appearance. e will watch what is going on
president-elect donald trump will be sworn in as he next commander in chief but according to late polls his popularity is taking a hit. overseas some comments are rattling the closest allies. has the latest. reporter: friday donald trump in as the 45th president. as d.c. prepares to take in thousands of people a growing list of democrats are event.ing the >> people haven't forgotten he attacked the mexican american gold star family and now a civil rights icon. at least identified 38 democrats who say they will skip the swearing in leading the movement is georgia congressman john lewis a civil rights icon trump dismissed as talk and no action. trump said
-- he said trump is illegitimate president. >> trump said this is not the irst time he missed appear inauguration. there is meant of division going into the inauguration. poll shows trump's pproval rating the lowest for an incoming president of last seven. they americans say approve of how he has handled he transition but overseas ignites concern in some of allies, s closest criticizing nato the longtime political and military alliance 28 countries. >> i said no comment. that nato will problems. polls when heuted was in the lead but complained and called them rigged when he was down. the latest smissing polls with low approval ratings aying they are just like the phony election
jummy: organizers for the inauguration are in crunch mode. a lot to get done to get ready for the people who will be in.he swearing john gonzalez has that part of plaza.ry from freedom john: some will greet him with others with simple disobedience. it is a flurry of activity. freedom plaza is truly a maze of risers andencing and that is your parade route. pennsylvania avenue, it is with the u.s. flag and d.c. flag and you can see across city hall wilson uilding you have a makeshift pavilion, a viewing pavilion while the department homeland is planning for over 800,000 similar to president swearg second
smaller than the first inauguration with over a million. marine band which has played in every inauguration since 1801 will play the prelude friday and hail to the chief" with a 21 gun salute when he takes the oath. at the last two and being in a prime location helps we have windows upstairs. they are getting ready. reporter: you can see the office uilding here has unrolled a banner that reads welcome mr. president all of this starting with some of the inaugural balls. president-elect donald trump and wreath at will lay a the tomb of the unphone soldier on the gton and concert steps of the lincoln memorial ith toby keith and three doors down. back to you. news stay with abc 7 and channel 8
inauguration. team providing coverage and check for update on wjla.com.line at we are also on storm watch. shaping up to be a gray day. atg hill is here with a look the forecast. john: you have batches of rain one this ough we had morning and saw patchy of blue and that may be the afternoon it will be. temperatures cool for the moment, 37 frederick and 47 at reagan national airport and the orecast for the afternoon is watching another possible area of showers between temperatures 50's and to the lower we may see a little sun, more clouds and showers later. looking like a dry day. the next batch headed off to the will pass through. steady rain, nothing heavy but for the last
minutes. then we will get back to the of a little brightening. temperatures slowly climb. mid to late afternoon break. possibly the overcast and shower ituation will settle down and by tomorrow morning we will have sunshine and milder. update on inauguration day weather and 10 days of seven ting in about minutes. jummy: thank you. last night's wild homege situation at a town in fairfax county muhammad killed by shot and police after a shootout and outside of the home. suzanne kennedy is there with the latest. suzanne: fairfax county police remained here overnight and into hours on covered wagon lane. rey have not
to the crime spree that started with the 0 yesterday swat team called in to bring an end to it. brothers with two being shot and another man taken hostage and fire set in the townhouse. when the armed suspect came out at front door and lunged police they shot him. residents are in shock. we pray for the family and neighborhood. because how i feel right now is loss for everybody. i feel very sad because it is my neighborhood. >> i wish it would not happen. ause it makes me uncomfortable. i'm not going to trust the area like i used to. want to o kids and i worry about them. suzanne: the brothers were able drive to the hospital and they were non-life-threatening injuries. hostage
smoke inhalation. authorities in turkey say new year's he massacre confessed. isis.d was motivated by he was arrested yesterday after a raid on a home. were in the nts club where 39 were killed at celebration.r's eve a man accused of killing five and wondering six at the fort made his airport first court appearance. staban santiago was caught on surveillance video on january 6 opening fire in the terminal. court for a pretrial hearing. he admitted he planned the and claims that he's been hearing voices. the motive is unclear. oming up, one woman paid a lesson for ignoring a safety warning all on video.
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dog on the wall it will be there. one package. some hotels are offering as idential suite packages much as $500,000. nights in this and two bathrooms. this is the men's room and room.s the women's room is bigger. walk-in closet and gold plated bath tub and and it is an incredible room and again just $85,000 and you believe this? includes a free write to the airport. back to you. jummy: all right. our money together. dramatic images out of minnesota why when a sign says danger keep out you may want to follow the rules. a block
people after warmer temperatures thawed. one person was hurt. the concern remains that there more instances like that. ven though the steps were closed they were ignoring it and heading down anyway. before, doug, sometimes it gets more dangerous stops falling because it is melting. john: that is a water fall that but when it breaks a little bigger clunks can come chunks can come down. we have no ice to worry about. weather in march the middle of january. 54 re forecasting a high of about 12 above average. then of showers now and but then skies may brighten and see a glimpse of sunshine. the next area moving from west to east to the metro area and steady
steady and once it goes through we will get into another break evening another line of showers. all this is associated with a moving across the area and will make a couple of and thursday rrow then the weather deteriorates a bit on friday. tomorrow e look by morning one band of showers over the mountains recall tomorrow we otherwise partly sunny. i think it will wash out but of the northwest tomorrow and sunshine it will be very pleasant. we will enjoy that through thursday afternoon then the next ystem shows up and that is the one that could likely bring rain on friday. for is the futurecast set 6:30 friday morning with clear skies but clouds and rain on the to and that is likely manufacture in midday to afternoon friday. weather, thursday afternoon at 6:00 p.m. at the
and temperatures comfortable for january. look to friday and we will have cloudy skies, chilly emperatures mid 40's with rain and possibly developing as early s 11:00 a.m. downtown and continuing straight through the evening. but not ll be chilly cold enough for ice. weekend partly cloudy and 55 and sunday cooler, 50 and sunshine. you notice the numbers stay in the 50 degree warming up friday to 50 or so saturday and sunday nd staying well into the 50's next week. stay with us. we return right after this.
jummy: the search for the missing malaysia airlines flight 370 has ended. t disappeared three years ago with 239 people. crews from australia, china and they have completed the search in the indian ocean plane.und no trace of the major economic announcement today from general motors the it will make a 1 billion investment in factories to create around 1500 production ing axle for the next generation full size pickup truck including work mexico and one in they will move to operations in michigan. a reaction s is not to recent criticism from president-elect donald trump.
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