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kimberly: police lights flashing outside of a home in vienna. plenty of questions tonight and the police remain tightlipped about a shooting investigation. a real rooftop scare come a group of people had to quickly get off a d.c. rooftop deck. ♪ kimberly: and a
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with pride, highlights from the last day of the capital pride festival. >> now, abc 7 news at 11:00, on your side. was capital pride weekend wrapping up, a whirlwind of excitement with parades, protest, marches, and miley. all of it in the name of unity and pride for the lgbtq community. q mccray has a look back at the pride party. hey, q. q: hey, kim. an houry finished about ago, so it is cleanup time on pennsylvania avenue. tonight, though, plenty with a bunch of memories. the capital was the backdrop for the capital pride festival, thousands flocking to the 42nd annual event. it was a full day of entertainment, from the mechanical bull, to
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miley cyrus. fun was had by all. >> an event like this means there is more acceptance in the world and it's coming a long way. >> it means love, equality. q: what when a party be without good food and drinks? >> strawberry daiquiris, piña coladas. vendorsthan 300 showcased art and clothing and food. >> vendors, good food, and celebrating equality. was a party. tens of thousands were out here today, and i'm positive if you asked anyone they would do it all again next year. q mccray, abc 7 news. kimberly: right in the middle of pennsylvania avenue.
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across the country packed d.c. for the equality march, the message one of inclusion and unity for every gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. many draped in rainbow flags marched on pennsylvania avenue with pride. took aim atrators president trump, demanding he and his administration not rollback the progress made by the lgbtq community. >> i think everyone here is united in human rights. kimberly: the march and rally also honors victims of the tragic nightclub shooting one year ago. in other parts of the country, much of the same, st. paul, a tribute ceremony, calling out the names of each victim. those who are out today really braved the heat wave. it was not just for pride events. crowds packed celebrate fairfax and the national mall
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the 90's. meteorologist josh knight has a look at how long it will last. kimberly: still at least a couple days of temperatures back into the low and mid 90's. some of us are still in the 80's this evening. all of these little white lines are all pointing out of the southwest. that is why we got so warm today and will stay warm and muggy tonight, and the trend continues. 80 quantico and d.c., 79 leesburg, shenandoah valley in the low 70's. some of us will not even get into the 60's tonight. in mind aorning, keep very mild, warm beginning to the 85 at 10.c. at 7 a.m., a.m., lunch time 90's, the high topping out around 95. tomorrow we do it again. again tuesday. finally wednesday a little break in the heat but that is also
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we will track the humidity in the next chance of thunderstorms and how long they stick around in just about 10 minutes. on they: keep an eye heat and stormwatch warnings by downloading the stormwatch app. vienna police are investigating a shooting they say has two scenes. our crew beat investigators to one of them on roster i. melissa is live with what we know at this hour. melissa, what have you found out? melissa: vienna police confirmed they are investigating a shooting at two different crime scenes, one on ross drive and the other a half-mile away on oak street. the fairfax county crime scene unit is here to help process the scene. neighbors say about dinnertime they heard a loud noise. they were not sure what it was, buit
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vienna police say they will be working all night on the shootings and will release more information when they haven't. kimberly: melissa, thanks. thein d.c., a scare on uproar.deck of the the weight of the patriots exceeded the limit and a started to bend, thankfully not breaking. inspectors were called in to evaluate the building. no one was injured. underuse explosions investigation, one in piscataway, new jersey, not far from new york city, the other in illinois. one person was injured in new jersey, two injured in illinois. gas leaks are suspected in both cases. also new tonight, it was moving day for the first
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-- for the first lady. the first lady tweeted the news and a picture of the washington monument from inside the white house, saying, "looking forward to the memories we will make in our new home." for airline passengers in atlanta, former president jimmy carter shook hands with every sickle passenger on this flight. a passenger posted this video on twitter and is it it was obvious the former president genuinely loves people. the virginia primary just a few days away. a closer look at each of the republican candidates for governor. and honoring those lost. the pulse nightclub one year ago. we are going live to orlando for a look at the tributes.
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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. virginia voters head to the
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general election. last night we introduced you to the democratic candidates for governor. tonight, richard reeve looks at the republican side. >> with their vision for the future of virginia is. richard: it's a three-way race. the battle for the republican nomination. the front runner, by two to one over his rivals, and gillespie of mount vernon, who said he believes in donald trump. >> we are stuck in virginia and i know how to get us unstuck. richard: his pitch now, growing jobs and a 10% across-the-board tax cut. jobs, raising take-home pay, helping people raise themselves out of poverty. richard: corey stewart calls himself the underdog. >> reducing taxes, cracking down on illegal iig
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jobs. richard: the conservative one-time coordinator for the trump campaign is also pushing back, calling for the preservation of confederate monuments. >> uncontrolled political correctness is leading us to destroy works of art and historical monuments. senator 25 years state frank wagner of virginia beach, a navy veteran, says he has the most government experience. he joined the trump campaign. >> for the first time, our allies and enemies realize there is a new sheriff in town. richard: he says virginia needs more infrastructure investment and career tech training, starting at the middle school level. >> who will put the upper structure in place to rebuild virginia? people with technical skills. richard: the trump factor is an undeniable part of the race. gillespie does not like the plans to cut
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fighting, but likes the war on call. the other to call gillespie the establishment candidate who says he is pandering to voters. the road to-95, richmond. experts say the path to victory in this race for the gop candidates has to include northern virginia, especially the suburbs. in arlington, richard reeve, abc 7 news. kimberly: gillespie has a huge cash advantage, about $2.5 million available. only has about 100 87,000 dollars, wagner 59,000, and they are second and third in recent polls. learn more about all candidates on both sides by going to wjla.com. it is still warm outside. you can see pennsylvania avenue here, still busy even though the capital pride festival has wrapped up. let's check in with
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josh: yes, the temperatures topped out at reagan national at 93 today, and it is currently still sitting at 80. the dew point continues to creep up, so it is feeling soupy, and more than likely will start off that way tomorrow as well. the feels-like temperature's, right around 80 degrees. we have the high pressure continuing with the southwesterly flow. we follow that in a clockwise direction, pumping all of the warm air in our direction. tonight, the temperatures stay on the warm side again, close to a full moon, 64 to 72. within the beltway, most of us will stay in the 70's. further out west, some temperatures in the 60's. for a lot of us come it will still be a warm night. tomorrow, we continue with the high pressure to pump in the warm air out of the southwest. right now we have this red-
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colored air mass over us, which is the warm air. monday, it fades a little bit, but then bounces back in. another day where we are close to about 95 degrees. tuesday the high starts to break down a little bit and drops further to the southwest. that means our air begins to moderate a bit. the numbers may be a couple degrees cooler. by wednesday, the cold front gets close and brings cloud cover and a better chance of rain. unfortunately, if we are getting a break from the heat, it will be of the day when you need the umbrella. tomorrow, with the extra heat, everybody back on the roads, we are expecting a code orange air-quality day. that's a day that's important for people who are part of the sensitive group, children and elderly, anybody who deals with asthma, heart and lung issues, avoid time outdoors late in the afternoon. that will be d.c. and baltimore.
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especially in the summer, we will have more days like that as the temperatures build. 12:00 lunch time, 90 degrees, up to about 93 by 2 p.m. if you're eating outside come it will be hot and more humid than today. fredericksburg, 96 frederick, mostly sunny skies. tuesday, 94. frontday, as the cold gets closer, the better chance of rain and storms. cooler temperatures. all 10 days come into the 80's wednesday, hanging in on to the unsettled weather pattern thursday, friday, and into the weekend. day, a chance of thunderstorms, late in the day. we will track that cold front and help you plan father's day if you are spending any time outside. kimberly: hate
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is the message from orlando to pay as they prepare tribute to the lives lost one year ago during the pulse gregclub tactful stop angel with our sister station gives us a look at the atmosphere tonight. even storm clouds cannot stop a brightness that illuminates pulse nightclub. -- morale do is here for esmerelda is here for the first time to see part of the tribute honoring her son, frank. his name is cast in stone. this memorial honors the 49 lives lost one year ago. gun man from fort pierce target at the nightclub. >>
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happy. unfortunately he never lived here. actions of the terrorist may have shattered the community, but did not break it. to know that him and the other victims will not be forgotten. greg: while they may no longer be here, perez says that it brings comfort knowing the pulse of their legacy remains in the tributes on the wall and the story shared by those who love them most. >> we know that people care about them and they will always be remembered. greg: to pay tribute to the 49 lives lost, there will be a number of remembrance ceremonies, the first beginning in just a few short hours, 2:00 a.m. a private service for the families. there will also
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that service is expected to draw a crowd of about 50,000 people. live tonight in orlando, greg angel, abc 7 news. florida, also in woman managed to get out of her car just before a sink hole swallowed it. a witness said the woman walked away from the car just as the sinkhole started to open. she was not hurt but she was shaken. a nearby shopping center was evacuated for a gas leak. the area was hit by heavy rains, which may have caused the sin khole. and robert has sports. robert: nats try not to get swept by the rangers. max scherzer reaches a ridiculous milestone.
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desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. koda gloverball, placed on the disabled list after a blown save last night. the nationals trying not to get swept by the rangers. bottom of the first, the nats get on board early. brian goodwin, a solo shot. nats take the 1-0 lead. max scherzer pitching a milestone, getting nomar mazara strikeouthis 2000th of his career. the standing ovation for that young man. he deserves it. top of the eighth inning, blake treinen on the mound. this gets passed matt wieters. nats get swept by texas, 5-1.
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states-mexico. michael brantley takes this, chipping it over the goalie's head, fantastic goal. with aw, but team usa huge point in the standings, remaining of the top three. stanley cup finals, printers--- predators-penguins. that record was to somehow put away this go-ahead goal, the penguins winning their fifth stanley cup championship, the third cup in the sidney crosby era. and stay tuned after the news for abc 7 "sports sunday." we have an action-packed show. to joined in studio by nick break down the nba finals, coming up at 11:35. and the mystics beat the indiana fever. rafael nadal won the french
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y2e1jy yi0y nendorses dr. wralph northam. mr. northam uld make the better governor. and virginia progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law. ralph is a leader for education, expanding pre-k for thousands of families in virginia.
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means taking on tough fights, and as governor, i won't let donald trump stand in our way. creating jobs foreaner, reliour veterans... helping those in need save money on their energy bills. it takes 16,000 dominion energy employees doing the job. and 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. kimberly: all right,
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we will humor our producer, amanda. als from pittsburgh, showing the stanley cup celebration in pittsburgh. she tried to make us feel better. robert: said the caps lost to the eventual champs, two years in a row. kimberly: that burns a lot. are you still hungry? i'm kind of hungry. i can always eat pizza. that is a lot of hands. pizza makers just made the worlds longest pizza, over a mile. the autohed across plus speedway in fontana. 6300final measurements, feet. is it

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