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breaking right now --
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breaking right now -- a deadly police involved shooting in montgomery county. it all started when police responded to reports of a burglary in the 10-thousand block of stedwick road just before 11-30 last night. right now we know that the officer first on the scene requested backup after shots were fired. the suspect involved was found at the scene suffering from a gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. the officer involved has been placed on paid administrative leave. we will continue to follow this story as more information becomes available. happening nw
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to find whoever shot two undercover police officers in the miami area. the officers are reportedly stable right now. authorities claim they were conducting an undercover gang investigation when two men ambushed them late last night. it's unknown if the shooters knew they were cops. police took the injured officers to the hospital. they were able to walk into the facility with assistance. the search for a missing tennessee teen has entered its second week. elizabeth thomas' family now releasing this home video in hopes people will be able to recognize her. investigators now say the 15-year-old and her teacher were communicating via draft emails on a school computer. that teacher, tad cummins, is suspected of kidnapping thomas. people concerned about missing children in our area are getting some answers. the national center for missing and exploited chidren held a "facebook live" event last night. it was aimed at clearing up misunderstandings. in recent weeks, there have been media reports on missing children in our area, especially african-american girls. a leader of the non-profit, robert lowery, says the numbers are not
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ordinary. he believes police are doing a better job at reporting these cases. lowery says runaways are likely to fall prey to gangs, drugs, and sex trafficking. he believes all missing children, regardless of circumstance, deserve everyone's attention. police say there are now 11 open missing person's cases in d.c. involving children. a puppy, rescued after being left for dead in a plastic container. he's being cared for - thanks to the quick action of a mother and son in howard county. tom roussey spoke to them about the rescue. here's some news that will make some of you very
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maryland may start cracking down on drivers who linger in the left lane! a bill is now moving onto the state senate after passing in the house. it would allow up to a 250-dollar-fine for drivers who drive too slow in the left lane. right now, there's no law against that in maryland. the law would apply to roads with three lanes or more, and with a speed limit of at least 55 miles per hour. we'll keep you posted on the bill's progress. right now -- cities and towns reeling after strong storms rip apart their communities. people picking up the pieces after damaging wind and rain slamms down. now, that system heading our way. eileen whelan has details on the wicke
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- another warm day; have the umbrella - risk of a few strong storms this afternoon (2-7pm) - rainy day friday - as of now, dry for nationals opening day today: mostly cloudy. morning showers. pm thunderstorms. highs: 70-74 winds: sw 4-8 mph tonight: gradual clearing. lows: 49-54 winds: n 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy. cooler, but seasonable. highs: 64-67 winds: n 5-10 mph
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the chairman of
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intelligence committee is answering back after calls for him to step down. what devin nunes is saying -- after the break. welcome back.
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dead after an apartment building fire in oackland.
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the building housed dozens of recovering drug addicts and squatters. fire inspectors visited the building on friday, and found multiple violations. there's still no word on what caused the fire. it broke out nearly four months after an oakland warehouse called the "ghost ship" caught fire, killing 36 people. new information about the water crisis in flint michigan. a deal made in court yesterday -- would replace 18-thousand water lines in flint by 20-20. the state of michigan has to pay nearly 50 million dollars to do it. a judge is scheduled to review the settlement during a hearing this afternoon. the city has been in a health crisis for years -- since a cost-cutting measure lead to tainted drinking water. it'll be the trial the world is watching. so the big question: who will serve on the for the bill cosby case? the defense wants to pre-screen as many as 2-thousand potential jurors. prosecutors are objecting to that request. the trial is set to start in june. cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a woman
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2004. now to washington where democrats are calling on the republican congressman leading the investigation into russian meddling to step aside. this comes following new information that devin nunes was on white house grounds for a secret meeting the day before he went to president trump with new findings. the problem is he did so without briefing his own committee. abc's janai norman breaks down the backlash. the justice department is threatening to
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from cities, counties -- even states -- that ignore immigration laws. attorney general jeff sessions said these so-called "sanctuary" communities do a dis-service by not enforcing federal immigration laws. sessions also called on the general assembly in annapolis to scrap a bill making maryland a "sanctuary state." right now -- people are picking up the pieces after severe weather slammed part of the country. in alabama -- a tree falling on a vehicle with people inside. andrew donley report o
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injuries and the damage.. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen
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- another warm day; have the umbrella - risk of a few strong storms this afternoon (2-7pm) - rainy day friday - as of now, dry for nationals opening day today: mostly cloudy. morning showers. pm thunderstorms. highs: 70-74 winds: sw 4-8 mph tonight: gradual clearing. lows: 49-54 winds: n 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy. cooler, but seasonable. highs: 64-67 winds: n 5-10 mph
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a husband and wife who think they'll never have
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children -- get the most precious gift -- twice. the selfless act that led to the couple's dream coming true -- next.
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fios is not cable. we're wired differently. maybe that's why we've been nked highest in customer tisfaction by jd power 4 years a row. and now you can love fios too. get 150 meg internet, tv and phone. all for $79.99 per month, for the first year with a two-year agreement. it's the only internet with equal upload and download speeds. cable only offers upload speeds that are a fraction of the download speeds. plus get hbo for a year and free multi-room dvr service for two years. and verizon wireless customers can stream tv on the fios mobile app, data-free. get the best. go to getfios.com
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equality for women. now- the "fearless girl" statue will stay in new york city- until at least next year. earlier this month, a group installed "fearless girl" to face the famous "charging bull" ahead of international women's day. it was put there to advocate for more women on corporate boards. the statue was permitted to stay until april second, but that's now being extended until february. more than 28-thousand people have signe
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permanent. a man and woman from long island are thrilled to be parents, and it was all made possible by their friends. right before nicole and kevin barattini got married, they learned nicole has a rare autoimmune disease. a pregnancy would have resulted in the death of her or the baby. their friends, shawn and li-ana fives, have five children of their own, and sympathized with their struggle. lianna decided to carry their baby. liana ended up having twins! dominic and luciana were born in february. kevin and nicole are ecstatic.. and incredibly grateful to liana for making it possible. coming up.. details
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on that officer-involved shooting.. suzanne kennedy is live at the scene.. suzanne?
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a police officer, pulling the trigger, leaving a suspect dead. the breaking new developments from montgomery county. but first from stormwatch seven - parts of the area waking up to wet stormy weather. what's still ahead for us- and what the trail of damage this same system is leaving behind. good morning washington. toss to eileen - another warm day; have the umbrella - risk of a few strong storms this afternoon (2-7pm) - rainy day friday - as of now, dry for nationals opening day today: mostly cloudy. morning showers. pm thund

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