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next big march on washington. how the nation's capitol is getting ready for the march for life. plus - a presidential first for donald trump. the big visit happening today - and the showdown with another critical foreign ally. and the winter chill returns. breezy and cold as you head out - but the good news, you can grab those sunglasses. good morning washington. toss to vj - return to seasonable chill - dry, breezy and chilly saturday - chance for snow flurries/showers late sunday into monday today: partly sunny, breezy and chilly highs: 42-47 wind: west 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph+
shooting leaves one man dead. it happened last last night on greenwood avenue in white marsh. right now we don't know what led up to this indent. all police are saying is the suspect was armed with a long gun. he died at the scene. we have a crew from our sister station in baltimore on the scene. we're working to get more information ane we'll update you as we learn more. also breaking overnight - a deadly crash, closing part of clifton road in fairfax station. police say just before ten last night a car crashed into a tree. one person is the vehicle was killed. a second was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. right now - still no word on there condition. happening now - final preparations, for what's expected to be the next big march on washington. the "march for life" to protest abortion starts at noon today. but road closures begin in less than hour. at six this morning.. d-c police will shut down 15th street between independence avenue and constitution avenue. then at seven - part of f street near 6th street will be closed. the next round of
com. and stay with abc-7 and wjla.com for continuing coverage, starting at noon today. president trump welcomes his first foreign leader to the white house today. british prime minister theresa may will visit the oval office. it comes just a day after mexico's president canceled his trip to washington over conflicts with trump's plans to build a wall on the mexico border. but today - the issue on the top of the president's agenda - trade. trump and may are expected to discuss the countries' future trade relations as well as the importance of nato - the north atlantic treaty organization. the two will hold a join press conference at one this afternoon. then at two o'clock the president will welcome defense secretary james mattis to the white house. his official swearing ceremony is set for three p-m. and happening tomorrow - a high profile phone call. president trump and russian president vladamir putin are scheduled to speak. this will be their first conversation since trump took office. trump and putin have both suggested they'll work together to improve u-s - russia rel
between the countries have been on the rise... just weeks ago, u-s intelligence agencies reported with high confidence' that russia's interference in the 2016 election helped trump wi we're following breaking news overnight. a plane taking off from dulles starting to smoke mid-flight. the emergency landing while you were sleeping - still ahead.
morning washington took you inside for a close-up look at all the toys. from sports cars.. to cars that run on hydrogen, they've got it all! the show opens at noon today. at 5:xx time for a check on the forecast. toss to vj - return to seasonable chill - dry, breezy and chilly saturday - chance for snow flurries/showers late sunday into monday today: partly sunny, breezy and chilly highs: 42-47 wind: west 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph+ tonight: partly cloudy and breezy lows: 30s winds: west 10-15 mph, higher gusts saturday: partly sunny and breezy highs: 40-45 winds: sw 10-15 mph,
evacuated as police and fire crews responded to the . dy was injured. also breaking overnight.. a fire at a hotel in florida forces hundreds of guests to evacuat. the fire started on the roof of the tampa marriott waterside hotel. witnesses say flames were shooting off the top of the building. firefighters were able to put it out in just a few minutes and no one was hurt. still no word on what started the fire. a funeral will be held today for a laurel department of public works employee, hit and killed by a car this week. police say 30-year-old "marcus colbert" was riding on the back of a trash truck at the intersection of sandy spring road and casula way when a car slammed into another car and hit him. the exact cause of the crash is still under investigation. today's service begins at noon at the bethany community church in laurel. ben's chili bowl is a washington d-c staple. but this morning - it looks a lot different. the resa
last night- painting over images of bill cosby, barack obama, donny simpson and chuck brown. now -- ben's wants you to help design the new mural. it's asng for input online. we'll link you to the site at wjla.com. in a abc-7 consumer alert, its' that time again.... tax season. so this morning we want to tell you about some ways to get more money back this year. there's thousands of dollars in tax refunds you might be missing out on. how about - the earned income tax credit which is available to eligible families earning less than about $53,000 it could be worth more than 6-thousand dollars. also often forgotten --- the child and dependent care credit. it helps cover childcare costs for eligible working families with kids under 13 that could be worth
dollars. the capitals are heading into the all star break with the most points in the n-h-l. the eastern conference leading caps, were on the ice last night in new jersey against the devils. evgeny kuznetsov lead the night scoring two goals. alex ovechkin added a goal and an assist of his own. they make it look easy, skating past the devils 5-to-2. we already knew john wall was playing like an all-star .. but now it's official. wall was named as one of the eastern conference reserves - voted in by coaches. he leads east guards in asssits, steals and double-doubles. this is wall's 4th straight all-star game selection. we're now just over a week away from the super bowl. and this morning - some new england patriots fans are sending a message to n-f-l commissioner roger goodell. a rhode island man painted this mural.. showing a hand wearing for rings - one for each of the patriots four previous super bowl titles and the slogan "this one's for you roger". the finger missing a ring - well you guessed, the middle one. goodl
brady, four games at the start of the season as punishment for the deflate gate scandal two years ago. time now for weather - return to seasonable chill - dry, breezy and chilly saturday - chance for snow flurries/showers late sunday into monday today: partly sunny, breezy and chilly highs: 42-47 wind: west 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph+ tonight: partly cloudy and breezy lows: 30s winds: west 10-15 mph, higher gusts
the suspsect just released. president trump trading jabs with mexico - and the first lady locked in a fight of her own. why melania trump could be heading to court here in our area today. good morning washington. toss to vj - return to seasonable chill - dry, breezy and chilly saturday - chance for snow flurries/showers late sunday into monday today: partly sunny, breezy and chilly highs: 42-47 wind: west 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph+ tonight: partly cloudy and breezy lows: 30s winds: west 10-15 mph, higher gusts saturday: partly sunny and breezy highs: 40-45 winds: sw 10-15 mph, gusts to 25 mph +
court. 57-year-old michael hilliard was arrested early wednesday morning. a woman says she was at 7th and "q" streets in downtown d.c. when a man groped her. she called 9-1-1, and hilliard was arrested shortly afterward, a short distance away. he was also arrested january 13th, and charged with three groping incidents in northwest d.c.'s logan circle area. he was later released.
morning - a youth rally and mass, ahead of this afternoon's march for life to protest abortion. tens of thousands of teens will gather at the verizon center and the d-c armory for a prayer service starting at nine this morning. cardinal donald wuerl will lead the mass at the verizon center. after the service - the group will make their way to the national mall for the march for life. we'll have more on who's attending - and the road closures you need to know about, coming up in about fifteen minutes. happening today, a motion hearing will be held in rockville, in a defamation lawsuit filed by first lady melania trump. she filed the 150-million dollar suit against "the daily mail" and a maryland blogger. she says she was defamed by stories that alleged, she once worked as a high-priced escort. those stories have since been retracted. mrs. trump made a surprise appearance in court in rockville last month. she said she wanted to show how seriously she takes the allegations, which she says are false. chilly and dry today.. but stormwatch seven is tracking the chance for a
the plunge's are being held to benefit special olympics maryland. it all caps off tomorrow with the bigger family plunge at 11 a.m. - return to seasonable chill - dry, breezy and chilly saturday - chance for snow flurries/showers late sunday into monday today: partly sunny, breezy and chilly highs: 42-47 wind: west 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph+ tonight: partly cloudy and breezy lows: 30s winds: west 10-15 mph, higher gusts saturday: partly sunny and breezy highs: 40-45 winds: sw 10-15 mph, gusts to 25 mph +
office. it comes as trump is triggering a showdown over a border wall with mexico. the white house says president trump is considering a 20-percent tax on imports from mexico. the funds- would go toward the wall. yesterday, mexico's president canceled a planned meeting yesterday, mexico's president canceled a planned meeting with president trump. the tax proposal caused an uproar in congress. it's not a done deal. the white house says other avenues are still being explored. president trump is also moving ahead with plans to crack down on illegal immigration. but his stance has
[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] autria: getting you ready for the massive crowds this weekend. the closures and changes you need to know about. larry: new developments from the montgomery county video as an armed robber is still on the run. autria: the cold creeping back in for your weekend. how low we will go. and veronica johnson timing out the potential snow. we have to scare people to get their attention at 6:00 this morning. larry: hold on, wait. autria: v.j. will caucus off the ledge. veronica: it is going to be like, there is a flake for