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pence's son is a junior officer in the marines. it's xx and we're just getting started. breaking right now at 4:xx a new york city police officer ambused overnight! all while security at high levels for the fourth of july celebrations. what police now say about the man behind the trigger. good morning i'm adrianna hopkins. and i'm larry smith. - heat wave over... 5-10 cooler today; still very humid - have the umbrella today through friday (best chance tomorrow) - nice weekend ahead! less humid & dry today: mostly cloudy. warm and humid. showers; isolated thunderstorms possible. highs: 81-85 winds: ne to e 5-10+ mph tonight: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. p
condition after she was ambushed while on duty. this all playing out on the streets of the bronx. according to authorities -- the female officer was inside a mobile command post around 12:30 this morning -- when a man walked up to the vehicle, and openend fire -- shooting through a window and hitting the her. she was in the area due to an earlier shooting. police say other officers caught up with the suspect as he ran about a block away...he pulled a revolver on them. thats when they shot and killed him. he's been identified as 34 year old alexander bonds of new york. another person, believed to be a bystander, was shot and has "non life threatening injuries." we'll continue to follow this breaking news, and bring you the latest as soon as it comes in. i'll also be updating twitter all morning on @sweeneyabc
home.. searching for a gunman in prince george's county after a deadly shooting. around 1:25 this morning -- officers were called to darel drive in suitland. they found a man with gunshot wounds to the upper body. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police are also trying to track down a killer in southwest. officers tell us -- one person died after being shot numerous times on galveston street overnight. right now -- authorities only have a vague description of the suspect. the victim's name has not been released. the mood is somber in one prince george's county neighborhood.. after a horrifying event on fourth of july. a man was shot on landover road in the middle of the day. it happened in a busy area, between a liquor store and a gas station. the man later died at the hospital. police have not released the victim's name.
looking at surveillance video from the nearby gas station, which could shed light on the moments before the shooting. so far, no arrests. a big day ahead for president trump. he's heading overseas for his second foreign trip as president. first stop, warsaw poland, then on to hamburg, germany for the g20 summit and the highly anticipated face-to-face meeting with vladimir putin. abc's emily rau has more on what's planned. a small casket -- found on the street. what investigators
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- have the umbrella today through friday (best chance tomorrow) - nice weekend ahead! less humid & dry today: mostly cloudy. warm and humid. showers; isolated thunderstorms possible. highs: 81-85 winds: ne to e 5-10+ mph tonight: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. patchy fog. lows: 69-73 winds: ese 5 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. warm and still very humid. rain and storms likely. highs: 79-84 winds: se 5-10 mph
overnight. it happened on addison road near the intersection with route 214 in capitol heights. no word exactly how many vehicles were involved -- or the conditions of the victims. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. anne arundel county police are investigating a deadly crash in odenton. the collision happened late last night on annapolis road.. right near charter oaks boulevard. police have not released any details. we're making phone calls.. and working to bring you the latest information. police are investigating a bizarre discovery in north philadelphia. a small, white child-size casket was found on a sidewalk.. across from a cemetery. the casket contained two enbalmed human organs from an infant, but no human remains. police say the coffin was possibly taken from a funeral home, or dug from the ground from a fresh grave. the casket was taken to the philaelphia medical examiner's office for further
a frightening end to a fireworks display in parker, arizona last night. an ember from the fireworks blew into an area of dry brush nearby. flames erupting in a matter of seconds -- just about ten minutes into the show at a resort and casino. it grew quickly... but crews were able to get it under control. officials say no one was hurt. just another example of the dangerous dry conditions out west. an especially symbolic independence day for thousands of people, celebrating the holiday for the first time as new citizens. that includes 100 people -- who became citizens yesterday at the home of our first president! people from 45 different countries, taking the oath at mount vernon: the event at mount vernon was one of about 65 similar ceremonies all across the country yesterday, welcoming about 15-thousand new citizens.
two capitol police officers, credited with stopping the gunman who opened fire on a congressional baseball practice last month. special agents david bailey and crystal griner were honored by the "d-c sons of the american revolution" yesterday. both were hurt in that ambush: griner was not able to attend the ceremony -- so her supervisor accepted the award on her behalf. congressman steve scalise is the last of the five shooting victims still hospitalized -- but continues to improve. happening today -- montgomery county -- taking a big step, toward going green. the correctional facility is flipping the switch on its new solar energy system. it's the biggest system of its kind on any facility run by the county, and it'll supply more than sixty percent of the building's energy for the entire year. also today -- parking prices are going up in bethesda.
street will increase from two dollars an hour, to $2.25. lot parking goes up to $1.50... and in parking garages.. the three high-demand facilities will now cost you $1.25 an hour. all other garages increase to a dollar an hour. those new garage rates will be phased in starting monday. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - heat wave over... 5-10 cooler today; still very humid - have the umbrella today through friday (best chance tomorrow) - nice weekend ahead! less humid & dry today: mostly cloudy. warm and humid. showers; isolated thunderstorms possible. highs: 81-85 winds: ne to e 5-10+ mph tonight: mostly cloudy. isolated showers. patchy fog. lows: 69-73 winds: ese 5 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. warm and still very humid. rain and storms likely. highs: 79-84
to take a different approach to celebrating the fourth of july -- after the break. and a beautiful sight out west. fireworks, lighting up the sky last night over phoenix, arizona. but you can bet fire crews were watching this one closely. temperatures have been so hot there lately that mailboxes have been melting. just this past weekend, a fireworks show at a concert venue started a small brush fire. but nothing like that this time around! it was a fun, and safe show. we'll be right back.
maybe better referred to as the red, white, and blue house yesterday for the fourth of july... it's all lit up to celebrate our nation's independence. a different kind of fourth of july popping in one california town. you won't find fireworks in downieville. that's because it borders the tahoe national forest and fireworks could spark a wildfire. so a couple in the town started a new tradition about 15 years ago. they roll out a massive carpet of bubble wrap on the street and residents stomp on it. of course it's not fourth of july without the
nathan's hot dog eating contest at coney island! plenty of familiar faces this year.... miki sudo, defending her title -- eating 41 hot dogs in just ten minutes. this is her fourth win. on the men's side, joey chestnut continues his reign as the "chowing champ". he's won ten out of the past 11 years. chestnut broke his own record this year -- downing 72 hot dogs and buns. a lot more to come on good morning washington. melissa, what are you working on? melissa, what are you working on?