tv News 7 at 11 ABC June 5, 2017 11:00pm-11:35pm EDT
work? happen for a female engineer and now she is getting a big payout. jonathan: developing now, this young woman is facing 10 years in prison, accused of leaking nsa information. alison: she is accused of giving away toxic. -- she is accused of giving away a top-secret document about the russian hacking allegations. reality winner was arrested saturday in georgia. is against any leaking of any forms of classified information. federal investigators say in may, winner removed classified material from a government facility where she worked as a contractor and mailed it to an online news outlet
international corporation, which is a government agency facility in georgia. she has worked there since february with a top-secret clearance. the document she is accused of leaking is a classified memo pertaining to the russian hacking investigation. senator tim kaine recently weighed in on this matter. >> if she has broken laws, she has to suffer the consequences for that. but we also have to get to the bottom of this story. anna-lysa: winner has appeared ,n court for an admission scheduled to appear in court again thursday afternoon for a detention hearing. live from the hill, anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. comes as we all await testimony from fired fbi director james comey. the showdown is set for thursday morning. word came today that the white house will not try to stop it, so you can expect
comey's private conversations with the president. lawmakers will ask if the president wanted comey to pledge loyalty and if he was pressure to drop his investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn and if the -- and if comey told the president he was not under investigation. we heard of a d.c. bar that is hosting a watch party for this. we will carry the entire hearing live thursday morning as it happens, right here on abc 7 and our sister station news channel 8, with special live coverage at 10 a.m. jonathan: searching for a thief caught on surveillance tape. in this case, as tim barber reports, he was taking large landscaping equipment from the back of a truck. tim: 7 on your side has covered smash and grabs like these, but nothing like this. surveillance video shows the
daylight, returning 20 seconds later for more. >> i was gone a few seconds. tim: the owner asked us not to show his face to protect his family. >> i yelled and then i ran down the alloway thinking i could catch the person. tim: this happened in the middle of a friday afternoon. this area is surrounded by homes, surrounded by windows. crime in the district is down and his this the getaway driver are still at large. >> i don't feel secure having an open pickup. tim: yield or said he only turned his back for a moment when the thief snatched hundreds of dollars of equipment the landscaper needs to provide for his family. >> we have an infant in daycare, so it takes a hit on our budget. tim: tim barber, abc 7 news. details on a report from metro'
properly erase information from hard drives put up for auction. the investigator said in two cases business data and users personal information were not white from the drive. they recommend that a quitman sold for disposal or sale -- they recommended that equipment sold for disposal or resale be certified. she has broken bones and a concussion, but she does not remember what happened to her. tonight people are tried to figure out what happened. the last thing she remembers is walking to the grocery store on may 16. she thinks she may have been hit by a car before a good samaritan helped. >> it's truly a blank and it's very odd. i would very much like to identify the people who came to my aid.
them. no witnesses have come forward. the police department says there is no evidence she was hit by the car or a victim of a violent crime. the ems incident report said the incident involved a car. she has hired a private investigator to get to the bottom of this. steve: the temperatures eventually fall in the lower to middle 60's inside the capital beltway. if you like sunshine and warmer temperatures, tomorrow is your day. the daytime highs tomorrow back near 80 degrees. that is near average this time of year. we have a cooldown on the way wednesday and thursday. been a big, big summerlike warm up just in time for the weekend. next week, heat index values well into the 90's. alison: steve, thank you. developments in orlando where the police say a man gunned down five former
his victims. they say that he allowed at least one worker to leave before taking his own life. thisan had been fired from rv supply company in april. he was accused of assaulting a coworker in 2015, but charges were never filed. jonathan: new development in the war on terror. two of the three men who targeted deadly attacks in london this weekend. alison: michelle marsh joins us with the horrifying moments. of the attackers lived in a neighborhood in east london. one of the men was born in east pakistan, the other claim to be from north africa. in surveillance video from a huddlednt as the owner people inside and barricade at the door. the attackers try to enter as he allows more men in. of the machete-wielding attackers tried to get inside and failed.
and killed all three attackers. seven people died when the attackers drove a van into the london bridge and stabbed people at a nearby market. several of the nearly 50 people injured remain hospitalized. all 12 people arrested following saturday nights attacks have been released without charges. alison: thank you, michelle. talk about lot of what president trump is doing, supporting a plan to privatize air traffic controllers. the white house is they will focus on infrastructure. the president says that by privatizing air traffic control it would fix issues plaguing the airlines, but the faa is opposed to the idea. they have already spent billions to update the system for managing air traffic. of the pgur members county school board sent a letter to the superintendent, appalled at the way a fellow member was treated, this after the member was threatened with arrest for trying to participate in a gra
superintendent's actions brought a student to tears. tom roussey is live at show pace arena to sort this out. tom, tell us about it. tom: here in in prince george's, it is note a group at the school board member and some colleagues do not always see eye to eye with the superintendent. last week you try to enter a back door near the graduation. he was stopped by the police in this area. he also said this had a lot to do with what happened the day before. >> you were going to physically remove me? >> yes, sir. tom: the school board member posted video after not being allowed entrance into potomac high's graduation. the police said that he could go into the main public entrance, but he said it was unheard of not to allow a board member onstage to shake hands. he blames the superintendent kevin maxwell. >> i consider it an abu
board said he needed to be authorized and it no time did he instruct anyone to arrest him. before, at oxon hill's graduation, he was a speaker and said the principal approved him giving up some time to students. this video shows the class president and the sga president trying to speak, but the microphone was cut and a deputy superintendent threatened her. >> she said don't you dare move. >> we have employees on administrative leave for doing similar actions. tom: the school system said it was too late for speaking changes. they said she cannot be themmodated to maintain program. jonathan: a female engineer in prince george's county received tens of thousands dollars in lost wages. alison: this after a discrimination lawsuit.
than $139,000 and her salary will go up more than $24,000. equal employment opportunity commission said the county paid her lower wages than male colleagues for equal work. the county must hire a consultant for turning on federal antidiscrimination laws. jonathan: harvard is taking back 10 acceptance letters over hateful images on the internet. alison: and running towards danger to save a life. stunning video is this person jumps into a moving car. in d.c.: and a-listers with bringing them together, next.
d now, dominion energy is investing $15 billion to build and upgrade our electric and natural gas infrastructure... creating jobs now and for the future. across virginia, we're building an economy that works for everyone and dominion energy is helping power the companies that power our economy. i'm at higher risk fore as depression.ave a stroke. i'm 26% more likely to develop an irregular heartbeat. i have a 65% higher chance of developing diabetes. no matter who we are, these diseases can be managed or prevented when caught early on. because with better research, the right medicine, and with doctors who help keep me healthy to begin with, we will thrive. ♪ he's somebody who says,. i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful,
this economy work better for hardworking families. that's who he is. i'm tom perriello, and as governor i'll fight to make sure every virginian gets a fair shot, that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values. jonathan: this video shows a quick thinking man credited with saving a life. he noticed his blue car swerving in traffic. he pulled over, drove through the window of the moving car because he realized something was not right with the driver,
hand to stop the car. the man was having a seizure. >> i was praying he was not going to hit the dash. i just did it so fast. i do not even think about it. i just did it. jonathan: officers came running up to open the driver's door when they realized what is happening to the driver. the driver was having a seizure, taken to the hospital, and luckily everybody was ok and no damage was done. alison: incredible. months afterharged the deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. 36 people died in the fire. investigators say the warehouse's founder and his associate knowingly created a fire trap. they said that the men illegally hosted events and had improper storage of materials and did nothing about dangerous stairways. each man is facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter.
convicted. jonathan: developing now, students blocked from going to harvard for sharing explicit and hateful images on the internet, harvard revoking their acceptance letters. the images shared condone violence and hate. alison: the trial everyone is watching, bill cosby charged with assaulting a woman more than a decade ago. this is happening in yorktown, pennsylvania, and the trial is expected to last two weeks. more than 50 women say that cosby sexually assaulted them. jury untilr faced a now, and that is just for the one case. with the jury be able to ignore the other allegations? >> when the jury has to say, who do i believe, and another witness says he did it to me, too? statements,pening the prosecution said that cosby used his faman
on his victims. the defense says the allegations are false. cosby is not expected to take the stand. jonathan: at first glance you will say, wow, but give it a minute and you will be asking, what? in the background, you cannot missed the tornado. in the foreground, the man is mowing his grass. what in the world? that is not photoshop. the family told the bbc he was fully aware of the situation, but the lawn was not going to mow it sell. that or he did not care about the tornado. alison: before it's covered in debris. jonathan: she was yelling that from the basement, by the way. alison: i cannot believe that. 7 on your side with consumer headlines. apple is jumping into the home assistant arena -- but it will not mow your gra
it can play music, check news, control other connected devices. when it goes on sale later this year, it will cost about $350. jonathan: can you imagine if they start arguing, alexa and that one? alison: now an incredible achievement celebrated in fairfax county. jonathan: george made it to the very top of mount everest. 60 mile-per-hour wind and temperatures 60 degrees below zero. he said it was hard to eat and sleep each day, but said it was worth it, and he is not done yet. standing onlly be top of the world is definitely surreal. there are a lot of challenges i would like to continue to do. jonathan: the seven highest peaks on the seven continents, he wants to conquer all of them.
antarctica. new tonight, some of the biggest names in entertainment are in d.c. to help those with posttraumatic stress. proceeds at the kennedy center thatbenefit a foundation provides stress reducing meditation for veterans, at risk youth, and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. us.t was a game changer for they are offering it to people who really need it. >> people can communicate better. this brings it down from a boil to a simmer. seinfeld --ry for jerry seinfeld, margaret cho, leno were among the
lawns, pollen count is high. 72 degrees at reagan national. a cooler temperature to the west, in the 60's. falling into the upper 60's most locations west of d.c. inside the beltway, 63 to 65, mostly cloudy skies. 7:00 a.m., partly cloudy skies, grab the sunglasses. if you are out and about all day long, you may run into stray showers. it will not amount to a whole lot. mainly to the north and east of d.c., along the bay, and then we clear out tomorrow night. outdoor dining tomorrow night, barbecue plans, go for it. tomorrow will be cuffed bull, with highs reaching just about 80 degrees. outdoors,ch mid-seventies noontime, plenty of sunshine through the afternoon.
73 hagerstown. closer to town, upper 70's potomac, 74 manassas, clinton, maryland, 78. southern maryland pretty much the same, upper 70's, near 80 degrees. just to the south and west, culpeper, luray, woodstock, 73 to 78. celebrate fairfax friday, looking good, near 80. clouds and a chance of a thunderstorm saturday. near 90 on sunday. if you are going to the delmarva beaches, about 75 saturday, lower 80's sunday. almost picture-perfect. don't forget the capital pride parade saturday, starting at 4:30. temperatures in the middle 80's, dropping into the 70's. once we get through the cooldown wednesday and thursday, highs only of the 60's, that is when we warm up, back into the low
jonathan: in baltimore tonight, getting ready for college at the age of 15. he is graduating high school three years ahead of schedule. alison: fantastic. he was at an eight grade reading level when he was just five years old. up next, howard university in the fall, with a nearly free ride. jonathan: making his parents even that much happier. alison: what a superstar. congratulations to him and his family. jonathan: cleveland is not getting a free ride. robert: a very rough ride.
from a reporter. steph curry, klay thompson, green, kevin durant, pick your poison. these are different teams. as they want to draw the comparison, this is a totally different team. there is no comparison. series.ifferent going back home. catfish on the ice. i can only mean one thing, game cup finals stanley between nashville and pittsburgh. in the second, frank fisher steals it, great pass. victor scores, putting nashville up, 3-1. they wion, and the series is now tied at 2-2. nats
with surprises hiding around each corner, and good times guaranteed. busch gardens and water country usa. a whole other world awaits. plan your two park getaway now, and eat free with select packages. ready or not, here i come.ek.) ♪ anyone can dream. making it a reality is the hard part. northrop grumman command and control systems always let you see the complete picture. and we're looking for a few dreamers to join us. me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting
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. alison: sounds like a good day tomorrow? today,a lot nicer than no rain, near 80 degrees. wednesday and thursday, only upper 60's. that's a little on the cool side, but take advantage of it. look at the warm-up. friday, celebrate fairfax, near 80, 85 saturday, into the 90's a good chunk of next week.
the ifrom subway.ction head in now to grab the five dollar footlong spicy italian. loaded with salami and pepperoni. for a limited time, the spicy italian footlong is just five dollars. it's a big value for even bigger flavor. only at subway. he's somebody who says,. i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful, i'm gonna make change to make this economy work better for hardworking families. that's who he is. i'm tom perriello, and as governor i'll fight to make sure every virginian gets a fair shot, that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values.
he thinks it's working for him. from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight. gwyneth paltrow. sean "diddy" combs. "the bachelorette's" whaboom guy. and music from ryan adams. and now, hold on. here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hello, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host. thank you for watching. thanks for -- [ cheers and applause ] i'm happy to be