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the scene. but we begin at 5 o'clock with a live look outside. a nice start to the day - but get ready for things to start warming up. good morning washington i'm autria godfrey. and i'm larry smith. toss to eileen 5 year anniversary of the derecho today - much warmer today; humidity a touch higher - hot & humid tomorrow through the weekend - storm chances increasing this weekend - hot 4th of july today: partly cloudy and warmer. a touch more humid. highs: 87-93 winds: s 5-15 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. warm and muggy. lows: 67-72 winds: s 5-10 mph friday: partly cloudy. still warm. more humid.
beltway are back open near kennilworth avenue following a deadly crash overnight. it happened after midnight. we understand three cars were involved in the crash. one person died. maryland state police expect to release more information later this morning. also breaking overnight in the district, one person is dead after a shooting in northeast. the was the scene overnight on 46th street northeast.. in the deanwood area. we do not yet have any information on the victim and police only have a vague description of a suspect. breaking overnight.. a top catholic official charged with sexual assault
cardinal george pell held a news conference at the vatican overnight. it came just hours after australian officials announced the sexual assault charges. pell is a top aide to pope francis. in a statment he denied the allegations and pleaded his innocence.. the cardinal says he will take a leave of absense but did not resign at the vatican's finance czar. he has been ordered to appear in court by july 18th. v-r-e train service is back to normal this morning following another fatal accident wedndesday. police say a 13-year old girl was struck and killed while walking on a railroad bridge. investigators say she was hiking with her family and couldn't get out of
named- but she was a student at lake braddock secondary school. a revised version of president trump's controversial travel ban goes into effect today. the go-ahead coming from the supreme court just days ago. this morning the trump adminsitraition is out with new guidelines to make sure things go smoothly. sam sweeney is live at dulles airport - sam? this comes as we find out... about new security measures...
passenger areas. but you shouldn't expect major disruptions. right now- there are no plans to expand a laptop ban. to the health care battle, now- and anger over republican efforts... to repeal and replace obamacare' police arrested 40 protesters who blocked hallways, outside senate offices on capitol hill yesterday. new polls put support for the bill below 20-percent. nine republican senators oppose the health care plan. majority leader mitch mcconnnel says he hopes to have a revised version of the bill ready by tomorrow. there will be no vote- until after the 4th of july recess. coming up - a disgusting find in a starbucks drink. the consumer alert you need to hear, before you have your morning coffee. and breaking in the last thirty minutes - tenth time's the charm the malemute rocket finally the malemute rocket finally taking off from wallops island. the colorful sight it's adding to the night sky - just ahead.
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after more than ten failed attempts -- nasa finally launched its terrier-improved malemute sounding rocket from wallops island just about 45 minutes ago! the first launch date was may 31st, but clouds, weather, and other obstacles kept delaying it. after the rocket took off -- parts of the sky lit up in different colors so scientists could track particle motion in space. a pregnant woman in north carolina is facing charges this morning after her vehicle was broken into. it's what happened afterwards -- that got her in trouble. we must warn you, this video is disturbing: christine braswell claims she found robert raines stealing from her s-u-v in a walmart parking lot. he took off -- she jumped behind the wheel -- chased
slammed into him. raines was taken to the hospital with what officials call minor injuries. he is charged for the theft. braswell is also facing charges for assault with a deadly weapon. seven on your side with a consumer alert - a bbc investigation found bacteria from feces -- in starbucks iced drinks!!! b-b-c's watchdog tested samples in the u-k. it found 3 out of 10 samples tested positive for the bacteria. starbucks says it's conducting its own investigation- saying it takes hygiene very seriously. if going out to get fast food is too inconvenient-
the d-c department of parks and recreation says starting tomorrow - all city spray parks will be open every day. they had run seemingly sporadically throughout the week. the new hours will be nine-30 a-m through eight-30 p-m daily. time now for weather 5 year anniversary of the derecho today - much warmer today;
humidity a touch higher - hot & humid tomorrow through the weekend - storm chances increasing this weekend - hot 4th of july today: partly cloudy and warmer. a touch more humid. highs: 87-93 winds: s 5-15 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. warm and muggy. lows: 67-72 winds: s 5-10 mph friday: partly cloudy. still warm. more humid. highs: 89-93 winds: sw 5-15 mph
powerful storms drench our nations midsection and tornadoes touch down across several states. good morning i'm larry smith. and i'm autria godfrey. let's send it over to adrianna hopkins with the new video just coming in. good morning washington. breaking overnight.. powerful storms drenching the plains and great lakes right now. take a look at this - new video of a tornado touching down in iowa. this just one of several reported twisters. the tornadoes caused significant damage and at least one person was hurt. and then take a look at this - also out of iowa. golf ball sized hail falling just in time for evening rush.. right now, the storms are headed towards chicago and detroit.. eileen any impact for us? 5 year anniversary of the derecho today - much warmer today; humidity a touch higher - hot & humid tomorrow through the weekend - storm chances increasing this weekend - hot 4th of july today: partly cloudy and warmer. a touch more humid.
judge. kevin mallory was arrested last week after returning from china, with more than 16-thousand dollars in cash in his carry on bags. prosecutors say he transmitted top secret documents to an apparent chinese agent. the 69-year-old is an army veteran who worked as a special agent in the state department. the body of a u.s. sailor killed in a collision involving the u.s.s. fitzgerald will be transported to randallstown, maryland today. navy personnel specialist first class xavier martin was one of seven sailors killed when a container ship struck the fitzgerald. it happened june 17th, off the coast of japan. today an honor escort will accompany martin's body from dover air force base, across the bay bridge, to randallstown. the procession begins at 11 a.m. the n-double-a-c-p is expressing new opposition... to prince george's county public schools c-e-o kevin maxwell. the civil rights group wants maxwell's contract renewal, stopped. it's citing allegations of grade tampering in the district. maxwell denies the allegations. the group also gg
be placed on "administrative leave"... until the investigation is done. a former washington redskin is now saying that money almost drove him to commit murder. adrianna hopkins is here to explain. new details just surfacing that former running back -- clinton portis contemplated killing one of his former financial managers after losing millions of dollars. in a story published by sports illustrated -- portis looked back on a night four years ago where he sat in a car, holding a gun, awaiting one of the managers he blamed for his financial ruin. most of portis' 43 million dollars that he made, had either been spent or lost through investments, or allegedly withdrawn from the bank without his consent. portis stated that he planned to kill that manager, but a friend talked him out of it. now -- portis lives in a two-bedroom apartment in virginia. he helps with redskins broadcasts in the preseason and says he has found peace with his life. deja vu on the rails. just when thought safetrack wasov
storm we'll always remember five years ago today the massive derecho swept through our area. that friday back in 20-12 was one of the hottest days of the year - with a record high of 104 degrees. with such high temperatures and humidity - it was a recipe for disaster. the storm brought nearly 80 mile an hour winds. one million people in the dc area were left without power. 13 people wre killed in the eastern u-s. 5 year anniversary of the derecho today - much warmer today; humidity a touch higher - hot & humid tomorrow through the weekend - storm chances increasing this weekend - hot 4th of july today: partly cloudy and warmer. a touch more humid. highs: 87-93
branch avenue and suitland stations will close from the 5th to the 20th. in november the takoma station will close from the 25th until december 10th. and then next spring the huntington and eisenhower avenue stations will close from may 12th to 27th. metro says it will also continue to metro conduct maintenance work on weekends and during late evening hours. pr
ahead to the 20-20 election. he held his first reelection fundraiser last night at his d.c. hotel. the 35-thousand dollar a plate event raised about 10-million dollars. protesters rallied outside. they voiced their opposition to the border wall.. and to the g-o-p health care bill, which would cut medicaid. the protesters also took aim at president trump's environmental policies. reporters were "not" allowed to attend the campaign event. new developments in the case of the fairfax teen who stepped on a bag of explosives in central park.. connor golden lost part of his leg in new york city last july fourth. police initially said the bag contained homemade fireworks. but they now say it was filled with a compound used in terrorist attacks in manchester, paris, and brussels. they said yesterday, there's no evidence this incident was a terrorist act. but they increased the reward to
dollars. golden's father tell us, it's about time the case was taken seriously. connor golden is an oakton high school graduate. he's now 19, and a music major at the university of miami. his dad says connor's positive attitude has helped in his recovery. coming up at six - blocking heat and saving lives. the high-tech shades that are a must for parents this summer. plus - welcoming the plebes. it's induction and haircut day at the naval academy. we're live from annapolis. and how about some barbecue bucks to kick off the july fourth weekend? watch to win a one-hundred dollar gift card - coming up at six! the fourth of july is next week - and that means its time for the folk-life festival. opening ceremonies are set to take place this morning and thats
something good to share - let us know! just email it to firstname.lastname@example.org m and speaking of - here's something great from the quicken loans national. sergeant first class bryane greene has been serving in afghanistan for 3 and a half years. yesterday - he was reunited with his family. that's greene's son.. daughter...and cousins watching at the 18 hole - when who else than dad shows up, caddying for rickie fowler during the pro-am! of course nothing but joy when they found out... today by the way - fowler plays for real.
derecho today - much warmer today; humidity a touch higher - hot & humid tomorrow through the weekend - storm chances increasing this weekend - hot 4th of july today: partly cloudy and warmer. a touch more humid. highs: 87-93 winds: s 5-15 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. warm and muggy. lows: 67-72 winds: s 5-10 mph friday: partly cloudy. still warm. more humid. highs: 89-93 winds: sw 5-15 mph kidd o'shea in the now..
wonder woman will soon be an oscar voter - gal gadot is on the list of names being offered membership in the academy of motion voter - gal gadot is on the list of names being offered membership in the academy of motion picture arts and sciences - the people who get to vote on the oscars. a record 744 invites went out this year, with significant increases among women and minorities, who have been underrepresented for decades. also on the list - dwayne the rock johnson, and the oldest name this year - 95 year old bet
>> now, "good morning washington" on your side. you innocent of these charges. they are false. man at the top vatican breaking his silence. what comes next for him and the catholic church? larry: the travel ban version 2.0 is in effect, what you can expect to see. >> why did they do that when safetrack was being done? the new roadoat closures that we do have to deal with. it is not over yet. good morning. larry: just when you thought it was safe to get back on the metro?