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preparing to lay out his game plan to congress. what's on the table - and the protesters waiting for him in philadephia. plus - a construction site bursting into flames. the massive fire burning right now in washington state. and here at home - a little bit of rain on the radar this morning. what time the wet weather will move out. good morning washington. toss to vj
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information about a lookout for those suspects. we'll update you as we learn more. right now activists are gearing up for president trump's arrival in philadelphia today. on facebook, more than 3,000 said they will attend a protest planned for this morning. last night, another protest was held in the city. more than a thousand l-g-b-t-q activists danced and chanted outside the loews hotel in center city. except for some minor fence-pushing, police say the gathering was peaceful. mister trump is set to speak at the gop's annual congressional retreat at the hotel later today. and here in the district - a high-flying protest, finally coming to an end. we brought you live coverage yesterday on good morning washington as a group of protesters climbed to the top of a construction crane near the white house... staying for more than sixteen hours! john gonzalez is live in northwest d-c with more... john?
us/mexico border. in a speech to the nation last night, mexican president enrique pena nieto said his country will not pay for any wall - defying claims made by the president. yesterday, mister trump signed executive documents ordering construction to begin immediately. the order came on the same day mexican diplomats arrived for talks. the mexican
scheduled to visit washington next week. but there are reports he is now conseriding cancelling the trip. mister trump also signed a executive order which would pull funding from sanctuary cities. they are cities like d.c. who protect illegal immigrants. hours after he signed the order... demonstrators took to the front of the white house in protest. some were upset. others said they're not going anywhere. mayor muriel bowser says she is mayor muriel bowser says she is evaluating the order and determining how it will effect the city. right now at 5:xx we're following breaking news in washington state. massive flames tearing through a construction site. at least two firefighters hurt - and hundreds evacuated. we'll have the latest - still ahead.
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washington state. come take a look at your screen. crews say the flames started late last night and burned for hours. at one point, part of the structure collapsed under the intense heat. at least two nearby apartment complexes have been evacuted. two firefighters are being treated for non-life threatening injuries. no word yet on what started the fire or if anyone was injured.
this morning - we're remembering one of america's sweethearts mary tyler moore died wednesday after a fight with pneumthe actress led the charge when it came to the way women were portrayed on t-v. she broke through barriers when her show featured her as a single 30-something woman, focused on her career and succeeding. off screen, moore was a fierce advocate for diabetes research after being diagnosed with the disease. mary tyler moore was 80 years old. kidd will have much more on her legacy - coming up at 5:50. have you noticed your car insurance rates going up this year? if so, it may have nothing to do with your driving record. consumer reporter john matarese shows some other factors that could have a big impact, so you don't waste your money.
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this morning we are on your side to prepare you for the day ahead. good morning washington i'm autria godfrey. and i'm larry smith. let's get right over to stormwatch7 meteorologist veronica johnson. good morning washington. toss to vj -a few early showers (mainly i95 east until 8am) -one more mild day -cooler friday on out now -few conversational snowflakes possible sunday & monday today: light spotty showers ending by 8am turning partly sunny last mild day highs: 50-57 friday:
a robbery at a local cvs detectives tell us that just before 3am someone robbed the cvs in the 69-hundred block do arlington road in bethesda thats the one right off of wisconsin avenue, not too far from bethesda row we're told the robber was armed...and got away with a bag full of money people searched that area..including the capital crescent trail.. but didn't find anyone a cvs employee got a minor scratch to the face during the robbery..but everyone else is okay. if you k now anything, call montgomery county police also breaking overnight - a stabbing northeast. police found a man with a wound near the intersection of eastern avenue at "jay" street. his injuries are "not" life threatening. the suspect ran away - and is described as having on a red jacket and blue jeans. right now -- police are trying to figure out what caused an explosion and fire at a d-c police department evidence warehouse. this is video just before a haz-mat team went into the building to investigate. not many details from police yet, but they do say a fire state
caused an explosion in the building. a good update this morning to the story a virginia beach mom who disappeared with her two children over the weekend. 29-year-old monica lamping and her seven-year-old and nine-month-old have been found safe. they had been missing since saturday. police won't say much about how they found lamping or why she disappeared -- but say she left on her own, and was found in a state bordering virginia this morning. new this morning - president trump facing another lawsuit. an electrical contractor who worked on the trump international hotel here in d-c has sued a company owned by the president. the lawsuit alleges a-e-s electrical of laurel was not fully paid. the suit filed last week in d-c is asking for more than two million dollars. signs from saturday's women's marches around the world are being saved for the history books. more than a million people rallied at dozens of demonstrations to support women's rights and protest donald trump. many carried homemade signs tha
hopeful and hilarious. while crews were cleaning up on the national mall - the national musuem of american history collected some up. other musuems are also accepting donated signs. another "march on washington" is planned for tomorrow. this time, it's the anti-abortion "march for life." in previous years, the group has drawn an estimated 250-thousand people to the national mall. it starts at noon on friday. metro said today it will add additional trains in the midday to accomodate the expected crowds. all trackwork will also be postponed. look for our coverage tomorrow morning starting at 4:24am, coming up - the dc metro mostly dry right now - but that rain is heading our way. a new round of showers - less than an hour away. veronica johnson is timing it all out, next.
but today washington fans have something to celebrate.. the 25 year anniversary of the redkins 1991 superbowl victory over the buffalo bills. and fox sports recently ranked them the greatest superbowl team ever. that brings us to our mega phone question of the day. do you think that 1991 redskins superbowl team the best superbowl team of all time?? yes or no? go to wjla/vote now and cast your vote...we want to know what you think. also lets include the megaphon
us your thoughts on twitter hashtag gmwredskins -a few early showers (mainly i95 east until 8am) -one more mild day -cooler friday on out now (mainly i95 east until 8am) -one more mild day -cooler friday on out now -few conversational snowflakes possible sunday & monday today: light spotty showers ending by 8am turning partly sunny last mild day highs: 50-57 friday: partly sunny breezy colder, wind chills around 30-35 highs: 39-44
full of policy changes. in his first, sit down interview as president, trump discusses a number of hot button topics, indluding his plans on bringing back torture as a strategy, voter fraud and immigration. abc's stephanie ramos is following all the latest developments out of washington. neto feeding back vo to ntcr of the protesters being transported from the 2d station towards the headquarters/courthouse (the protesters are not visibile because they are being taken from the station's garage in the police van). according to an officer on the scene, they have a hearing at 9am. seven greenpeace activists are under arrest.. after a
(the protesters are not visibile because they are being taken from the station's garage in the police van). according to an officer on the scene, being taken from the station's garage in the police van). according to an officer on the scene, they have a hearing at 9am. seven greenpeace activists are under arrest.. after a protest we covered yesterday on good morning washignton as breaking news. we were there live as the protesters climbed a construction crane near the white house. they eventually unveiled a banner that said "resist." they spent 16 hours up there, before being arrested around 10:30 last night. we'll have an interview with a greenpeace representative about what motivated the protest.. at 7:45 this morning.. on newschannel eight. the president is considering a ban on allowing any refugees into the country for four month
possible ban on people from seven mostly-muslim countries for 30-days. this includes iraq, iran, syria, yemen, sudan, somalia and libya. while the measure does not reference islam, civil rights groups said the draft orders clearly target muslims. the president could sign the executive orders as early as tomorrow. right now - british prime minister theresa may is on her way to the u-s. may is set to meet with republican congressional leaders at their retreat in philadelphia later today. tomorrow she is scheduled to meet with president trump at the white house, in what will be the new president's first face-to-face visit from a foreign head of government. covering metro.. safety concerns will top the agenda when metro's board meets today. officials will update the investigation into track problems that may have contributed to a derailment. they'll discuss recent incidents in which an emplyoyee fell down a shaft in bethesda and another was shocked while doing track work. metro will hold a public hearing on monday.. on the
at five p.m. at metro headquarters in downtown d.c. happening today.. groundbreaking will take place on a construction project aimed at improving the drive around tysons corner. the jones branch connector will link route 123 to jones branch drive.. and will go right over the beltway. the 58-million dollar connector will also include bike lanes.. and eight-to-12 foot sidewalks. one lane in each direction is expected to be open to traffic in 20-18. the entire project is set to be completed in 20-19. coming up at six - breaking news out of mississippi. two sheriff's deputies shot overnight. the string of armed robberies that ended with a gun battle. plus - sunny the red panda still missing - and looking for love? the new clue about where she may be headed.. and winter fun for the whole family. watch to win four ski lift tickets to bryce resort - coming up at six. the washington auto show kicks off tomorrow. but good morning washington
ever - a company will run a live commercial during the big game. snickers released this promo video. here's what we know. the ad will star "adam driver" from the h-b-o show girls and star wars. snickers hasn't said what the commercial will be about, but did drop hints there's some kind of showdown -- stunt horses -- and a dead cowboy. lookout for the ad during the third quarter. heinz ketchup is announcing they won't advertise in this month's super bowl game. instead, the company is usingt
mary tyler moore passed away yesterday at the age of 80 and according to tmz, internet sales of the mary tyler moore show shot up more than 23,000% yesterday on amazon. on itunes, her work is showing up in the new and noteworthy section, and the show ranks #51 in itunes top seasons section. a chicago man who hacked more than 2
jennifer lawrence was sentenced to 9 months in prison. the 29 year old man stole private information, nude videos and pictures of celebs which he posted online. jennifer lawrence called the leak a sex crime. actor shia labeouf was arrested early this morning, this is brand new video we are just getting, the arrest happened after he allegedly
altercation with another man outside a new york city museum where he has been chanting "he will not divide us" in front of a live camera since donald trump's inauguration. and what happened during my interview with kerry washington and bellamy young that caused them to react like this find out what happened, plus what may surprise you about tonight's episode and find out how kerry hid her baby bump while filming the show! scandal secrets revealed next at 6a right here on good morning washington! a sixteen hour protest, finially coming to an end
announcer: now, "bloomberg surveillance," on your side. we begin with the breaking news alert. tom: breaking right now, -- now, ifreaking right you had downtown for a court hearing -- good morning washington. i'm larry smith. autria: i'm autria godfrey. first, the gang's all here to get you up and out-of-doors on this thursday morning. pack the umbrella? veronica: pack the umbrella. it depends. you will need a jacket for today if you are going out the door at 9:00 a.m. we are in the 50's.