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about okay, did i bring my note? are they going to stop me again? >> it's about race. >> i apologize to the family. >> mike mulgrew is the assistant superintendent for the schools and said staff members shouldn't require them to have notes to wear hijabs. >> i think they have a misinterpretation. we use to give passes to assist students to carry out the prayers. somehow that message got lost. we will fix that and move on. jeff: he says he will look into the situation to try to prevent it happening again in the future. coming up at 6:00, we hear from one of the mothers of the young women who say she is concerned about the safety future generations of students. until then, life in woodbridge, jeff goldberg, abc7 news. nancy: thank you. today's white house press briefing included the head of the environmental protection agency
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trump's decision to pull the united states out of the paris climate agreement. >> we are making advances. we are just not going to agree to the framework and the agreements that mutt us in economic disadvantage to hurt citizens across the country. >> you are putting your head in the sand. >> there is no evidence of that. nancy: the white house says president trump wants to renegotiate the deal. but the unmade it clear it would be 146 other nations are already ratifying the agreement, the issue is not up for negotiation. larry: rex tillerson is one of the people that urged the president not to abandon the deal. today he said he believes the u.s. will keep reducing emissions despite the decision. there are several reports out tonight the e.p.a. started to offer buy-outs to try to cut down on staff.
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they reacted to the president's decision but the weather channel had especially appointed remarks. this is the front page of their website for several hour last night. you can see every story is themed around the president's decision. headlines were "still don't care? you should." and "more proof. still more proof." larry: and the wilson building was bathessed in green from protest of the season. rich has a look at how they are reacting. richard: city leaders are speaking out about the decision. but look at this. this the berrardo house in virginia. solar panels were just installed recently. businesses here say they, too, are not turning back. talk about heavy metal. it ma be the noisiest green business in the
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>> we recycle all the paper we have. >> they grind up nine tons of paper a day. a thousand pounds of computer chip and hart drives a month. they have been shredding for 25 years and recycling paper for that long saved over 5 million trees. >> i have a 2-year-old myself. i'd like to leave it better. >> gathering 30 kilowatt hours each day enough for all the energy needs. >> we decided to do this before yesterday's decision but a lot of people will say this is the time to do it. say we have to go green. >> the panel is a hefty investment. $25,000. the company that installed them nova solar started up in 2012. the first year. 30
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>> people are realizing how much money they can save. it's investment at the same time, you are making money and do so doing a lot of things but if you make money and go green at the same time is a win-win. >> politics or no, this is the right thing to do. richard: muriel bowser also weighing in about the presidential decision and says the effects of climate change are already here and without the proper planning and collaboration, they will continue to get worse. the solar power program will save d.c. $25,000 in 20 years. larry: thank you. oddly enough at the same time, scientists in britain say a crack in an antarctic ice shell broke in ten days and it would be one of the largest recorded. nancy: new developments as a judge ordered a man arrested
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several guns to get out of town. stephen tschida is live outside the federal courthouse with more. >> the 43-year-old out of work emergency room physician bryan moles walked out of federal court en route to atlanta, georgia. we have video of when he left superior court yesterday. he is alleged to have brought assault rifle, glock handgun and numerous ammunition to the capitol with the attempt to meat with president trump to discuss the corporate medicine and the pharmaceutical industry. in court, superior court, yesterday, the prosecutors described moles as a threat to the public. today there was no mention of that. only the discussion of the terms of his release. the judge agreed to dismiss him if he goes to atlanta, georgia, where he must undergo a m
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treatment where he must forfeit the guns of which he has numerous guns at his home. we understand in near pittsburgh, pennsylvania. stay away from the capitol except for court appearances and meeting with his attorney. while in d.c. he must avoid the white house and the trump hotel. he will be back in d.c. on june 22 for another hearing. if convicted of the weapons charges could face 11 years behind bars. reporting live, stephen tschida, abc7 news. larry: okay. thank you. new information about a deadly attack at the casino in manila. michelle marsh is at the "live desk" trying to sort it all out for us tonight. michelle: the islamic state is claiming responsibility for the attack that killed 36 people at that casino complex. but the philippine military says it doesn't believe it. a single gunman entered the casino this morning and set fire to several gambling tables. th
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the smoke. but the gunman also killed himself. after fleeing with $2 million of stolen casino chips. the police say they think it's a robbery gone wrong. the military says the attack doesn't have the slightest hint of terrorism no matter what isis says. back to you. nancy: thank you. we're monitoring a developing story in the war on terror. in the last hour, german police shutting down a popular music festival because of a possible terror threat. this is supposed to be the opening night for the rock ring festival but the organizers say the police advised them to shut down the three-day event immediately. 90,000 people were expected to attend the show this weekend. sunday is the benefit concert for those killed outside an ariana grande show in manchester. she will be performing on sunday as well as coldplay, black eyed peas, katy
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and others. watch highlights of the show sunday night after the nba finals here on abc7. larry: this is national gun violence awareness day. in the district, the mayor joined the police with the piece of art made out of illegal guns confiscated on d.c. streets. it's designed to let ospreys build a nest inside. it honors volunteers for the earth conservation corps killed by gun violence. nancy: let's go outside. another lovely day to end the workweek. t.g.i.f. will the wonderful weather last in the weekend? chief meteorologist doug hill is in the weather center with the forecast. it's nice out there. >> absolutely. at some point late sunday showers could develop but until then it looks great. live look at the udvar-hazy center in chantilly. fair weather clouds. look at the numbers
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82 in frederick. winchester is 75. in the mote row, it's 83 at reagan national. to the early evening we enjoy more sunshine. comfortable conditions with the low humidity and the winds from the northwest. it will eventually get down to the upper 60's late tonight and probably a bit cooler when we wake up in the morning. clouds and showers to the north. they are breaking apart. clear sailing through the nighttime hours. we will wake up to the temperatures in the 50's. cool start for the morning. gorgeous weather tomorrow. and gorgeous on sunday but late afternoon the showers and the storms are a possibility. we talk about that and look ahead for ten days in a couple of minutes. larry: long-time lynchburg superintendent scott brabrand is back in familiar territory. he was announced as the new head of the fairfax county. he takes over for karen garza who resigned in september.
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of the lifetime to go back where it started. >> i would not have left for anywhere else but it's hard not to go back home find the career where i began. we are a strong state for public education and we need to stay that way. larry: right now there is still no word on who will replace scott brabrand as the superintendent of the lynchburg city schools. nancy: covering metro. good news without getting in and out of the woodly park zoo adams morgan station. after more than two years work to replace all six escalators at the station is finally finished. they will start to replace five escalators at the cleveland park station. that should take two years. larry: no one was seriously hurt when the metrobus was rear-ended by the streetcar. ten people did get checked out but no one needed to be taken to the hospital. nancy: coming up at 5:00, who will be next? see which faces are
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nancy: singer brandi now out of a california hospital after passing out at l.a.x. grammy winner was recording music late thursday night before arriving at the airport. her rigorous schedule and concert date and recording music take an toll on the singer. larry: now to a story you saw first on 7 last friday. a local dance team stranded when the bus they paid to take them to a dance event never showed up. the bus broker they dealt with told abc7 he would refund the $12,000 bus fee but as we report, the team hasn't seen a
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dime. >> the warrioriettes paid $12,000 for two buses like these on the website to take them to a dance retreat out of state. but at the pickup, grady said the bus had mechanical failure and couldn't make it. grady told me he couldn't secure two more buses on short notice and would refund the money but they said they have not been refunded but the buses did not show up and grady didn't pay them so the buses left. >> the buses came. the children got on. the bus driver asked to speak to me aside and told me we couldn't load the bus because his owner advised him that the buses were not move until the payment was made. he said he would get the money from the first bus company to pay the second bus company. it didn't happen. [knocking] we went to the address
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on the mosley invoice for the g.&l transportation a that is also listed on the maryland property site as a home that grady coowns. no one answered. then this. a civil court case from prince george's county in 2013 shows another bus company. capital tours. sued grady for more than $600 for bouncing a payment check with them. the case was dismissed for nonaction. as for the warrioriettes they pulled resources to rent the van and make a trip but the team wants their money back. >> they sacrificed a lot to go on this trip. nancy: happy ending to ducklings in distress from new mexico. a man noticed a momma duck wandering near a storm drain. he looked inside and he saw several ducklings sitting there. they rescued them and reunited them with the
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they were released at the rio grande. there is no word on how they got inside the drain. the momma duck is grateful. so happy to be reunited with the babies. i just, i mean you see so many of the stories this time of year. they go on little adventures and it doesn't always end well. nice they are reunited. larry: she sat patiently watched them get them out. hopefully gave them a quack of appreciation. doug: i'm sure she did. nancy: we will be quacking our appreciation for this weather. doug: i hope so. it has been a rough spring weather wise. trying to get the weather to line up with the weekend. now that we're in june it will line up that way. the warm temperatures are not perfect for sunday. showers and the storms come our way. it will hold off till late afternoon and early evening. the time lapse from the weekend at the howard owens science center in lanham and prince george's county. 76 there now. through the day, a few fair weather clouds. that is it. absolutely gorgeous around the
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cloudy. the air is dry. the temperatures are at 76 in lanham. we drop after the 60's. the average temperature today and then tomorrow and sunday the average high goes to 81. sunset at 8:28. plenty of sun to go. the temperatures will drop in the lower 70's tonight but light winds and the low humidity, very comfortable conditions. showers across southern new england. upper atmosphere and the wind is blowing a disturbance. and the showers dissipated. the clouds dissipated. if you are traveling north and east of baltimore up i-95, you will see the clear skies as well. by the morning, there are no problem dropping to the lower 50's. in the western zones. however, close
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when we start the day tomorrow. this time of year with the weather pattern that is setting up, it will bring in more humidity. warmer temperatures to 87. and the possibility of the late day showers or storms. 3 verz to 4:00, they could begin but there is a chance they could hold off longer. so if you have outdoor activities that you have to get done in dry weather sunday. earlier in the day is the best bet. looking ahead to saturday evening. 7:00 at r.f.k. d.c. united will take on l.a. galaxy. the weather is perfect at the stadium. you can watch it on newschannel8 at 7:00. the delmarva beaches look terrific again. the temperatures are mid-70's. plenty of sunshine tomorrow. sunshine on sunday. any shower osstorms approaching the -- showers or storms approaching the beaches don't come in until the night. double win for weekend weather at the beaches. tomorrow, we told you about the 80-degree sunshine. on sunday, partly
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warm and humid. 87 with a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the day. muggy. on monday, showers and the storms are likely. because of the heavier cloud cover, only 82. much cooler air will move in for early part of next week, tuesday, wednesday. we will warm up friday to celebrate fairfax. all kind of things happening over the weekend. nancy: it's been a long time for nice weather. doug: looking forward to it. larry: thank you for making it happen. nancy: getting away on vacation can take a bite out of your wallet. big bite, too. larry: it can. we found tricks to find the bargains. we tell you about those when we come back. >> if it's meant to be, it's meant to be. if it's not, so be it. nancy: plus, what was meant to be for the couple when a wrong number went incredibly right. larry: first, a look at what is coming up tonight on
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rrator: "the time is to do what is right. ralph northam. army doctor during the gulf war. volunteer director of a pediatric hospice. progressive democrat. in the senate, he passed the smoking ban in restaurants, stopped the transvaginal ultrasound anti-choice law, and stood up to the nra. as lieutenant governor, dr. northam is fighting to expand access to affordable healthcare. ralph northam believes in making progress every day. and he won't let donald trump stop us. larry: if you haven't made vacation plans yet, check with
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they will offer travel services to paying members and you could save 10% off the cost of the hotel room. in other cases you would pay the standard rate but the store would give you a gift card. >> the reason the big box stores can offer amazing travel deals is because they have so many members. companies want to sell for them. >> something that has people talking. businessman renamed the furniture store in milwaukee netflix and chill. for those of you who are unfamiliar with the term it means watching netflix and mixing that, you could say bromance. the store owner admits to name it netflix and chill was a marketing move. it worked. for those who think they are getting something else, think again. >> what do you do when you
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laying on a couch. or laying on your bed. why not call the furniture store that. >> that is where it stops. >> netflix has no comment on the store names. larry, the way i learned what netflix and chill means. i thought it was watching netflix and hanging out, chilling. i tweeted it out. months ago. this is a perfect day to netflix and chill. i quickly learned it does not mean just watching netflix. larry: just hanging out. nancy: the more you know. larry: understanding before you tweet. nancy: yeah. very good lesson. larry: good responses to that? nancy: let's say i deleted that tweet quickly. larry: good for you. [laughter] we all live and learn. philadelphia couple-relateddy to watch game two -- couple was ready to watch game two of the couch. watch on the couch. but amy got a text message from a phone number she didn't know offering up four tickets to wednesday night's game. she returned the call and the man on the other side of the
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wrong number. but then this happened. >> he called me back less than five minutes later and said he found julian. but she was only taking one set so i could have the other. larry: so all this happened at 7:30. as her husband walks in the door from a 14-hour day, but they went to the arena and parking attendant waved them into a lot, another car just left. will call they found the two tickets which landed them right behind one of the goals. tonight they still don't know who left them the tickets but they want to be sure the stranger knows how much they appreciated it. can you imagine that? nancy: like an angel coming down saying hey, here you go. it worked out so well for them. larry: walks in, we can go to the game? i love it. nancy: answers tonight to one of the most burning questions in the nation's capitol. find out who is landing on the wall of ben's chili bowl ahead. larry: later, "7 on your side" after a call for action for veterans fighting mold problems in their
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because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone. nancy: we have seen a lot of incidents at the white house recently involving security. the item investigator s
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taylor is taking a closer look. jot joins us live outside the white house. what is the secret service doing about this? scott: security here changes in a matter of seconds. they pushed everybody back from the white house. in you come to visit the white house make sure you know where you can and where you can't. if you jump over the white house fence you are asking for trouble. ask marci wall arrested three times and then earlier in year got her shoelaces stuck in the top of the fence. or 26-year-old jonathan tran who jumped the fence and got on to the white house grounds. >> there has not been an increase in the number of fence-jumpers going back asf as ten years. we can tell you that the numbers are consistent. scott: breaking security protocol is a no-no.
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around. but fence jumping is different from going over a bike rack. in the outer perimeter outside of the white house grounds. >> don't be goofing off acting like you are going to jump the bike rack. it's a chargeable event. scott: 2014 was busy year for white house fen jumpers. four people jumped it including a man who had to be tackled inside the white house. spikes at the top of the fence were added in 2015. next year the height of the fence grows by 24 inches and top out just over 13 feet. >> if you look at the size of the crowd here today it's a fraction of the size of the people and the number of people that come to visit the white house on a daily basis. >> the big crowd behind me waiting for whoever is going to pass by. security moved everyone else. that fence again when you come and visit next year, construction will start next year and it should be two feet higher. scott taylor, abc7 news. larry: okay.
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sandusky scandal at penn state. three former school administrators will spend time behind bars. graham spanier was sentenced to two months in jail and two more months under house arrest. his former vice president receiving two months. the exathletic director was sentenced to three months. nancy: new video released of tiger woods taking a breathalyzer test at the florida police station following his d.u.i. arrest. they found him asleep behind the wheel of his car. the former top golfer said he had not been drinking but had taken prescription medication. two breathalyzer tests confirmed he had no alcohol in his blood. larry: bill cosby's trial is scheduled to begin monday in pennsylvania. he is facing three felony counts of of assault. nancy: cosby was one of the faces on the mural on the side of ben's chili bowl for years but the family is making a change. today we found out who will be
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michelle marsh at the "live desk" with the story. michelle? michelle: this is exciting. the ali family held an online poll with more than 50 choices on who should make the cut. today, the painting started. you can see the sketches here on the wall outside. it includes former president barack obama and his wife michelle. the late d.c. mayor and councilman marion barry. d.c. delegate eleanor holmes norton. off the political spectrum we have the godfather of go-go, chuck brown. he is up there. as well as roberta flack, prince, wale and d.c. radio icons russ parr and donnie simpson. muhammad ali, dave chappelle, dick gregory, taraji p. henson, harriet tubman and jim vance are also all up there. coming up tonight at 6:00, we get reaction to the choices. a good line-up there. i don't know how you could pick fault with any of those. what do you think?
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funny it's going with that many. it's a stainle in the city you become used -- staple in the city you become used to. donnie simpson, barack obama up there. nancy: i need to check it out. michelle: it pleases everyone. larry: chuck brown. a lot there. i can't wait until it's finished. michelle: we can go get chili. larry: get some chili. yeah, too. thanks. michelle: sure. larry: good to see them there. when you think of workout gurus, jillian michels or richard simmons come to mind. how about ruth bader ginsberg? how she stays strong and how you can too is going to hit shelves but she didn't write it. her trainer wrote it. nancy: 84 years old? larry: 84 years young. nancy: ilike that. she is going strong. i would check it out. arm exercises she is doing with the gavel and everything. larry: i have seen video of the workouts.
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around? larry: yeah. good for her. nancy: still ahead at 5:00, before you make the weekend getaway, julie wright is on traffic watch with spots to avoid. larry: but first the motorcycles made all the noise but they weren't the only two-wheelers taking part in rolling thunder. 7 salutes a man who bicycled to the capital from
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doug: this weekend is the 37th annual herndon festival. the weather looks great. i think we will be rain free and warm. maybe late afternoon thunderstorms and 87 on sunday. d.c. united welcome the l.a. galaxy tomorrow at 7:00. perfect weather condition. 70's and sunshine. watch the game on the sister station newschannel8. as far as other activities go, the taste of wheaton. this is sunday from 11 verz to 5:00 -- 11:00 to 5:00. similar
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sunshine, more humid, highs of 87. watch for the possibility of the late day showers and thunderstorms. stay with us. "abc7 news at 5:00" returns after this.
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jonathan: we salute a man that
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the old is educate some and remind others of the military that is uncan wanted for, for a war that ended 42 years ago. >> i thought it would be interesting to ride my bike to washington, d.c., for memorial day. jonathan: not a short distance ride. 2,084-mile ride. he spread word about the military members of the vietnam war listed as missing in action or prisoners of war. jonathan: along the way he stopped to e-mail his dad and tell him what he was doing. he is a retired marine infantry platoonom
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he spends his life building memorial to the fallen and the missing. >> i couldn't believe he would do such a thing. i was gratedful. john: more than grateful. he brought a bike and met one his son and rode the final 500 miles in town with him. >> i want to thank you for making the run. >> they got to the wall. hugs and the handshakes greeted him. they got here on memorial day. when wounds are raw. emotions are high. >> there are still men and women unaccounted for. our government's duty to bring them home or find out to give families closure. booteddal to find -- battle to find closure. jonathan: the service member have a question mark by their name to this day.
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the fate is unknown. courtney's ride is the memory alive. and hopefully one day closure will come. jonathan: thank you for sharing your story. he raised $800. that is the excess and what he had left over. he donated that to a veterans fund. if you know somebody that is or going above and beyond, let me know so we salute them as well. he got on the ride and said i should probably e-mail my dad and let him know. then his dad was funny. i did it. i bought the bike and went along. then he said his son kept looking behind him to make sure that dad was on his bike. larry: how special for them. nancy: that is a journey. larry: all right. appreciate it. well, consumer alert for
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harley davidson announcing a massive recall of 46,000 motorcycles. the issue an oil line to come loose and spill oil on the rear tire. the recall covers several bike the road king, street glide and special bikes from july 2016 to may 9, 2017. recall will start tuesday. erin: i'm erin hawksworth. live from the bowie baysock stadium where i'm going to throw out the first pitch. i'm nervous. we are going to count down the top five worst first pitches ever up next. horace: a thunderstorm, flooded basement and a real problem with mold. that is when the viewer called "7 on your side." we have the story coming up
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the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
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nancy: "7 on your side" after a call for action. troubleshooter horace holmes went to check on the problems with mold. >> if this isn't cleared away, i could die. horace: all the problems for yvonne brooks started with a thunderstorm that flooded the basement and left her
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with mold. >> this is when i first noticed that the mold was growing. i called usaa to let them know. horace: she says they referred her to a contractor to replace the floor and do away with the mold. they built the enclosure around the sump pump but then she noticed the mold was back. >> it came from this enclosure being closed off. condensation built up and the mold begins to grow in the area. >> it spread, she says. >> it goes in ventilation, to the house. to my kids. i have two daughters. a dog. and myself. i'm 100% disabled veteran. but she called them back and insists he is got no help. the insurance company told her the fix is the contractor's responsibility. she contacted us, we contacted ussa and the the company
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but will talk to her. >> since this was the preferred contractor that the insurance company provided. this was handled with the help and the work of the insurance company. horace: there are no guarantees so it's up to you to go with the contractor that you feel comfortable with. in rockville, horace holmes, abc7 news. larry: a year and a half ago there was a baffling new illness impacts more kids that attacks children and mimics one of the most feared illnesses. polio. the center for disease control is working hard to understand why led to the increase in the cases but no clue what is causing it. >> many are infected with the edv68 but for few come down with par rli
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do we know why certain are paralyzed? >> we don't know yet but the same virus can impact thousands, hundreds of thousands or millions of people with only a few individuals with the katzic events from the virus is true for almost every virus in human biology. larry: the c.d.c. gave it a new name. a.f.m. you can learn more at 10:00 on "full measure" on abc7. nancy: now a look at the stories coming up at 6:00. no description on this attempted burglary suspect sent to say he was naked. where police say he was spotted spearing in window -- peering in the windows. plus, why ireland newly elected prime minister made history and the beach warning if you plan to go to ocean city this weekend. that is all coming up at 6:00. larry: speaking of the roads, the crews hope to tackle a projected on i-95 this weekend that eluded them for weeks. jue
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watch for you so you don't get caught in the backup. julie: we will start off with the metro and talk about the wait times that you will experience this weekend. because of the track work on red line. nine to 18 minutes. the silver, yellow and the green lines operating every 16 minutes. allow extra time if you plan to take metro. of course, don't forget about the safetrack surge 15 in effect. around the capital beltway this is what you will find. tomorrow, road work across the key bridge leaving georgetown to virginia. tying up the right lane at 7:00 in the morning. extra time there. it's back. the work zone that is postponed for the last couple of weekends because of the rain will take place on 9 a out of dale city at the neabasco creek bridge. plan to use route 1 as a work-around. the race for respect taking place tomorrow with the street closures going into effect at 2:00 a.m. look for street closures to last until 1:00 tomorrow afternoon. that is the traffic watch. back to you. doug: julie, thanks. this is the best weekend forecast we have had in a long time. take a look at this.
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rockville campus of montgomery college. blue skies, fair weather clouds. numbers are impressive. check it out. 82 in warrenton. 82 in quantico. 83 in reagan national. when you factor in the dew point, the moisture. 44 degrees. feels like 81. this is great weather for early june. the forecast continues with the clear skies right through the everything. wind up the temperatures in the mid-50's in most areas by early tomorrow morning. closer to 60 in downtown washington. we have sunshine and cool weather in the morning. comfortable and 12:00 noon. 81 at late in the afternoon. plenty of sunshine. low humidity through tomorrow. d.c. united has a game hosting the galaxy at r.f.k. tomorrow evening at the stadium. at 7:00. watch it live on newschannel8. and perfect weather there as well. now the weekend, looks
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80 degrees. warm. dry, then 30% chance of the storms late sunday. could start 3:00 or 4:00 and maybe later. so a lot of good usable time. however, it's warm and muggy. there is a big change coming. that is in the weather pattern by tuesday and wednesday. beyond next week. turn to noticeably cooler weather. it all looks good. erin hawksworth is in bowie at the by stadium and when you stad on the mound 65 feet is a long way to throw it. erin: you know what, doug? you are not helping right now. thank you. yeah. doug said that because i am here to throw out the first pitch tonight. we are the bowie baysox. they are the orioles double-a team. taking on altoona. battle of first and second in the division. exciting night but for me it's nerve-wracking. i woke up early and
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so i decided to start googling first pitches. you start thinking what could possibly go wrong? apparently there is a lot that can go wrong and it helped me feel a little better. it takes a little pressure off. so we're going to countdown the top five worst first pitches. here we go. number five. snoop dogg. one of my favorite rappers. his mechanics are good but the location is not much. i'm sure he sipped gin and juice after that. number four, the wizards star john wall. athletic guy but not for baseball. i was surprised that john wall threw it like that. c'mon, john wall. you are better than that. number three, 50 cent. all right. he has a tough image so when you have a tough image like that, you cannot throw a first pitch like he did. that is a bad look. number two. carl lewis. he won nine olympic gold medals but he broke a world record here.
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all time. congrats, carl. number one. carly ray jepson famous for cat = me maybe -- call me baby." she got calls after that. we're going to practice. jay is an outfielder. are you ready? here you go. i have never thrown on live tv. hopefully it will go well. all right. i'm going to keep practicing, guys. how did i do? nancy: that was nice! you will will kill it. you will rock it. you will do better than 50 cent. erin: i hope so. i feel like i'm shaking kind of. nancy: channel it all to your inner athlete. larry: deep breath. work on your throwing right to the glove. go to the glove. nancy: don't throw it at other people. erin: to the glove. larry: dial it in. nancy: she will be awesome. we are working on a
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story after a startling find at the m.l.k. memorial. larry: that is coming up. but first penn state making changes after t ralph northam: being a pediatrician has taught me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam, and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia.
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nancy: new developments out of greek life. 18 students have been charged in connection to the pledge's death and there are sweeping changes coming soon. >> major changes coming to greek life at penn state after a sophomore pledge died in february. new safety initiatives announced on friday for the fraternities and the sororities. >> we intend to take a leadership role in this. >> they are charged in the death of penalty piazza. members of fraternity delayed getting him h
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>> we need to be stronger if we are going to control the type of behavior. >> this includes the unprecedented university oversight over greek life. strict restrictions on the social events. zero tolerance for hazing. in an interview on "good morning washington" last month, the family said their son's death shouldn't have happened. >> i don't know where the conscience was. saying he is hurt. i have to do the right thing. i don't understand how they could be so heartless and inhumane. >> following the death, his parents sent a letter to the board of trustees requesting similar changes to greek life. the family lawyer has said they may file a wrongful death lawsuit against the fraternity. its members and penn state. josh
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york. michelle: caught on camera, a man in his birthday suit trying to get into a stranger's house in maryland. >> i refuse. jonathan: emotional encounter for the seniors and why they said they had to carry a note to wear the hijab at school. michelle: and who will appear outside the iconic ben's chili bowl? jonathan: ordered out of d.c. that is the guest for the man at trump hotel. michelle: that is not all. stephen tschida was in court and is life with the details. stephen: 43-year-old bryan moles left the federal courthouse a short while a
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en route to atlanta, georgia. the judge released him under the provision that he head directly to georgia. 43-year-old bryan moles arrested at the trump hotel at the weapons charges wednesday morning. valet apparently spotted a gun in his vehicle. prosecutors maintain he brought an assaulted rifle, a loaded handgun and numerous ammo to d.c. they say he drained his savings account and he planned to remain here until he could meet with president trump to discuss the corporate medicine and the pharmaceutical industry. the emergency room physician is alleged to have left a friend a voice message where he made references to timothy mcveigh, the oklahoma city bomber. in his first appearance in superior court, the prosecutors describe moles as a potential danger to the public. but no strong arguments for holding him in federal court today. a judge released him with restrictions. he must leave d.c. undergo mental health


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