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>> keeping you safe during severe weather. larry: on your side this morning, eileen whelan is in storm trak 7. heading up 95. autria: we want to get started with veronica johnson. we have the potential for flash flooding? veronica: we do. there is a flood warning that has been issued for portions of stafford county, prince william county for this morning's heavy rain that will be coming through. it has been coming through already. we have a lot more that is behind it. let's talk about road conditions. with the downpours and thunderstorms later today, i think our only break is going to come around lunchtime when things are going to start to ease up.
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for the thunderstorms this morning. it is about this pocket of moderate to heavy rain that is the moving through. here is a look at doppler. the one flood warning that has been issued. prince william county, much of northern stafford county, and is goes up until 11:40 five this morning. the heavy rain has been coming down at rainfall rates between one and two inches per hour at times. look at the yellow and the intensity of the red, just about ready to move toward waldorf in alexandria in the next couple of minutes. with this pocket of reagan, there could be some wind. i think we will have more wind later. this area i have circled, south of d.c., could have some of the highest winds later today as this front it's closer to us. anyy in the 80's, but with breaks in the cloud cover, we will have more thunderstorms. a tree down in northwest
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16th the street using blagden drive, this tree fell in the road. we are told a group is on the way to clean it up. in the meantime, blagden shut down between beach drive and 16th street. being detoured away from this. we're hoping for the crew to arrive shortly. they say it should not take more than an hour to get all of this cleaned up. hopefully, by 8:00 or so, this will be reopened. we will keep you updated on the scene. julie, what is the workaround? know it iss good to blagden blocked off. earlier, police were telling us he was beach drive. it is blagden avenue that is shut down near beach drive until further notice until they can remove the tree. beach drive remains open.
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pockets of water on the highway. be very careful. do not drive through standing water. don't drown, turn around. on 95 in traveling virginia as the rain moves through the area, very much a slow trip will stop almost an hour to travel about 13 minutes from fredericksburg into stafford. west of the was beltway. it was tying up the far right lane. back in 10 minutes. back over to you. autria: thank you. we are following another violent night in d.c. in maryland. are people shot, three dead. we want to get started in district heights. this is a live look as police investigated up a shooting. still a very active scene as police swarm an apartment complex on atwood street. just before 1:00 this morning, prince george's county police say they found two men i
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gunshot ones. both were pronounced dead at the scene. another double shooting, one person dead in north east d.c.. that man and a juvenile were shot on 50th street near kelly miller middle school. juvenile willthe be ok. no word on a motive or suspect in either case. congressman steve scalise is back in icu after he was shot on a baseball field in alexandria. his office putting this out last night saying doctors have new concerns about infection and he is listed in serious condition. we expect an update to come in at some point today. six people were injured in the ambush before the shooter was killed by police at eugene simpson field. as soon as we hear any more about scalise and his condition, we will let you know.
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autria: president trump is in warsaw, poland, right now, the first stop on his second overseas trip. during a news conference with the polish president, he said he agrees that russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election but believes other countries may have done the same. mr. trump also said north korea is behaving in a dangerous manner regarding its recent missile test. he leaves this afternoon for the g 20 summit in germany where he will meet face-to-face with russian president vladimir putin. larry: the man first with bringing guns to a d.c. hotel is in court today. prosecutors say he drove from his home in pennsylvania to d.c. back in may. police found an assault rifle, handgun, and several rounds of ammunition in his car in the hotel's parking garage. he pleaded not guilty and has been ordered to have a mental evaluation. developing, disturbing new details coming to light
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of to abusing as many as 10 in boys and charles county. larry: suzanne kennedy has the latest. suzanne: carlos bell had years of experience in a charles county school system in multiple positions, so investigators are asking anyone who may have attended schools during the time he worked here to think back to any interactions they may have had with his -- this now accused child molester. in 2013, he was hired by the county school system and work at least four schools. he worked with a contractor that took care of children both before and after school as well. in 2016, he volunteered as an assistant track coach at a high school. -- wass a lasted arrested last week and charged with chi
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second degree assault. police say he is admitted to being hiv-positive. police -- believe he molested sn was on school property as well possibly home and other locations. several of the alleged victims were identified from videos. the school system is preparing to have meetings with parents to provide them with more information about what has happened. they say those meetings will be held at 7:00 p.m. july 16 -- rather, july 28 and again august 16. suzanne kennedy, "good morning washington." katherine heigl is back in court for a competency hearing. yearsbeen nearly three since she was charged in the disappearance of her young yearsen who were three old and years old at the time. she is been getting treatment at a psychiatric hospital in jus of. will be at the hearing. you can sign up for our breaking news alerts at wjla.com/text.
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for reports just coming in. >> you think this is amelia earhart? one of the world's greatest mysteries. the new photo hiding just under our noses in d.c. that could change
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autria: breaking news, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit montana overnight. this is outside the town of lincoln. so far, no reports of injuries. on social media, people said they did feel a significant shaking strong enough to wake them up. here at home, we are tracking some severe weather. here is veronica johnson with your forecast. veronica: speaking of strong enough, if you're in northern prince county around the haymarket area, you're probably hearing it outside of your window. the heavy rain that is falling right now. in fact,
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once in the morning rush and another that could possibly come through in pockets for the afternoon and evening rush with gusty thunderstorms. that is going to lead to travel delays on area roads. possibly those winds later today with it he thunderstorms topping out around 50 to 60 miles per hour. the national weather service issuing a flood warning because of the heavy rain. montclair men just north of alsoord around i-95 come until 11:45 this morning. the rain will continue to fall at a slow rate or i should say a fast rate, but slow-moving storm. these are only come until 11:45s morning. used/northeast at 10 miles per hour approaching the d.c. area around waldorf. as we track this to the east/northeast come into its d.c. by 7:44. temperatures today only get into the lower 80's. it is going to be cool, but very, very wet. julie: and that is not a goo
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commute. a big mess around the capital beltway and delays are quite significant. also on the metro. in each direction, blue and yellow lines are dealing with tract problems outside national airport. we have delays on the blue and yellow. on the road, we have the tree down blocking a portion of blagden avenue between beach drive and 16th street. sam sweeney reporting live from the scene and will be back with another update shortly. on 95 out of stafford, a miserable commute, 50 minutes to trouble about 13 minutes from fredericksburg to stafford. all of the lanes are open. we had the earlier accident on the beltway outer loop near connecticut avenue. that is gone. but on the outer loop in virginia, a crash of the georgetown pike. a car spun out, facing the wrong direction. stay to the far right to get by. delays are building to get across the american legion brge
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autria: in an emergency, you call the professionals. in prince george's county, some unprofessional behavior. two firefighters allegedly squabbling
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adrianna: you information stray bullet goes flying into apartment complex while many were sleeping. we're getting information of gunshots around tinkle and 45 monday night on chestnut grove square. one bullet went through the window of a unit but one was hurt. someone living at the complex audit a man walking past the building after those shots were fired. there is no word on whether that was the shooter. anyone with information is asked to call fairfax county police. developing, precious seconds wasted in emergency situation. imagine your house is on fire and two firefighters are
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over who should put it out. that is what happened at this house. the argument taking place while a home was burning. a neighbor says they were wasting so much time, he was afraid his house was next. >> my worry was, is this thing going to jump the fence and engulf my home? >> embarrassing. unprofessional behavior. larry: the county says it is looking into exactly what happened. >> holy [bleep] wow. my god. autria: a site that is hard to forget. the gatlinburg fires raging last november. we are getting our first look at the dashcam footage from rescue crews in the moments they first went into the heart of those flames. >>
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the whole town is on fire. this is the police. please leave the property. get out of the house now! go! autria: in all, 14 people were killed and the fire did more in damage.illion larry: a photo doug government the national archives could help solve one of the biggest mysteries in the history of aviation. marcy gonzales with the history channels new theory behind the disappearance of amelia earhart that may rewrite record books. >> setting up on the most dangerous aeronautic feet. >> she attended become the first woman to fly around the world. >> produced no clues. in maryland your heart was gone. -- a million earhart was going. >>
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help explain what happened to amelia earhart. inormer federal agent saying the national archives, he uncovered this undated photo taken on the marshall islands in the south of subject. >> there are only two caucasians in the picture. >> saying the man on the left bears a striking resemblance toearhart's navigator. >> the hairline is the most distinctive. >> based on comparative photos and the length of the hair, the person facing away from the camera could be amelia earhart. experts say that map matches the length of her plane. with the photo and other documents, the history channel special airing sunday makes the claim that a millionaire heart may have been captured by the japanese military. many are skeptical. >> chances are nil. >> of this being -- >> accurate. >>
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confirmed any of the shows claims. far they have found no record of that picture. marcy gonzales, abc news, los angeles. autria: so fascinating. larry: we don't want more rain. fossett, is like the please, turn it off. this has been going on for three or four hours were the rain started developing on this front coming into the area. look at the rainfall totals already across the area. over 2.5 inches of rain already. woodbridge close again on about an inch and a quarter. temperatures in the lower 70's. i think the roads and the air will be impacted the greatest. could see some pondering. we are already seeing low visibility on area roads. might wantorts, you
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on flying out anytime today. the showers, the storms, already leading to the flood warning. you can see it in areas around prince william as well as stafford county, tracking to d.c. the timing? now until 2:00. then another way between 7:00 and 11:00 p.m. the loweronly into 80's. we will talk about the impact on us by the enough today, coming up in 10. julie: it is a mess on the roads and the rails. the rain is not helping our commute. the blue and yellow light in each direction have delays because of track problems outside of national airport. problems with a tree down wayking blagden avenue each between 16th street and beach drive. sam sweeney reporting live in will be back in the next 10 minutes with another update. on the outer loop in virginia, car spun out facing the wrong direction. stay to the right to get by. look for delay
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montgomery county leaving river road. on 66, the crash of pharaoh is tying up the left half of the roadway. delays at a manassas. that is where we find traffic watch wazers. you can see you are backed up about 21 minutes from business 234 eastbound on 66. on 395, traveling about five miles will cost you 12 to 13 minutes of travel time. back in 10 minutes to update the west. in d.c. dealing with the aftermath of a war. what is going on? is an illegalt paintball war going on. take a look at this building. it is been one on for weeks. coming up, we have shocking video of one of those. united airlines facing
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autria: united airlines finding itself with another tr disaster on its hands. a mother forced to hold her toddler son on her lap despite paying about $1000 for a seat. linsey davis has details. shirley was traveling with her 27-month-old son from hawaii to boston last thursday, paying nearly $1000 for each ticket. all, she says the passenger who was on the standby list arrived at the eye with a ticket for her son's seat. she said she was forced to hold her son on her leopard a 3.5 hour flight, seen in these photos. on wednesday, united issued an apology to the mother, telling abc news "we inaccurately scanned the boarding pass of the sun. as a result, her son seat appeared to not be checked and. we released a seat to another customer. we are also working with our
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happening again." coming up at 7:00, we will have more on this latest united airlines incident.
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autria: you are waking up to a stormwatch 7 weather app alert. morning storms, heavy rain, potential for serious flooding. guaranteed to be a tough morning commute. we will help you get there. larry: let's get started with veronica johnson for a check of some of the worst parts of this come some flood warnings. veronica: the national weather service just issuing a flash flood watch that goes up until 7:00 p.m. we have seen the one flash flood warning for stafford and prince william, and now expanding to include the watch of the areas montgomerycounty, county, south toward charles, prince george's county, as well as king george and off to the
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7:00 p.m. we have had one slow-moving area of rain we have been watching as it comes into d.c. several more rounds forecast for today. the streets, parking lots, are all wet. 70 degrees currently. this is a live camera in rockville, maryland. upper 70's by lunchtime. have the umbrella handy. we are back in two it all for the evening and afternoon rush. right now some of that heavy rain around la plata, waldorf area of all pushing east/northeast towards dunkirk in areas into d.c. heavy rain as this comes into the area. eileen is out in storm trak 7. eileen: oh, my gosh. so much rain. i want to show you our weather app. i have been using this in the car so i can track where the
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there is a lot of it. i want to show you on the front of the car or from the back, rather. road spray is a big issue. there's so much humidity will stuff -- there is so much humidity. you stick to your cell. that flash flood watch as you becaused is warranted of so much water. we will give you another update from the roadways coming up in about 20 minutes. julie: a couple of problems not just on the roads, but the rails. troubles for those trying to make their way around town in the blue and yellow lines. those delays as well as the green line. in eachly delays direction because of track problems outside national airport. a tree down is blocking blagden avenue near beach drive between beach and 16 street.
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the outer loop of the beltway outer maryland into virginia, this car spun out, facing the wrong direction. that was tying up the far left backsouthbound on 495 toward tysons. you will find a crash eastbound on 66 on the shoulder past fair oaks mall stub delays from manassas. oaks.r delays from manassas. there is a crash tying up the far right lane. that is our traffic watch. back in 10 minutes to update the top stretch of 495. autria: developing right now, a neighborhood in d.c. caught in the crossfire. larry: this video is going viral. a paintball war leaving behind a huge mess. john gonzales is following the fallout for us. good morning. folks in this area are probably glad
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it is washing away some of the splatter from this paintball. the bullets they go inside the paintball guns. ore it hit something someone, its platters. that is exactly what has happened here at this holding on the corner of mountain view place and more street. we're told these tables usually in confined areas used as a hobby, . this has been going on for the past three weeks. the residents say this has become a battlefield in every thing from dumpsters, bus stops, cars, buildings, street signs, houses, and more significantly, people have been sprayed. you're seeing some of the video of one of these illegal gatherings. in area that has already struggled for decades with real gun violence. it appears these paintball guns have been turned into dangerous
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a handful of injuries have been reported. if you're not wearing protective gear, these paintball's can cause a tremendous amount of damage, pain, and injury. residents have been calling the seventh district police station police tell us this morning they are aware of this situation and they want the residence to rest assure that they are working to identify everyone involved with these illegal paintball wars. reporting live, john gonzales. breaking overnight, roads and northwest are back open after an officer involved shooting. it happened in the 700 block of newton place northwest around 10:00. the police chief says the officer shot a suspect that he saw with a gun. the suspect would to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. larry: the famous words of our founding fathers causing a firestorm on social media.
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tweets that started it all. talking about the declaration of independence. it on thelly reads fourth of july. this year they tweeted it line by line. adrianna has more on that. adrianna: read it out loud. here's what happened yesterday when they tweeted it. you can see people did not really know what it was or what it said the missile people said "glad you're being defunded. you have never been balanced on your show." -- person tweeting this person actually realize they must up. their next tweet --
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a lot of these people who were tweeting, calling npr traders, eventually did come back and say "my mistake, my bad, now i realize it is the famous document, the declaration of independence." back to you. we are following severe weather as you wake up and head out the door on this thursday morning. there is the potential for some flooding, even some power outages. veronica johnson
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veronica: the air is humid. with that, very saturated. we're seeing a weather front coming to the area. it is pouring of parts of the area. all is the system interacts on our area. temperatures in the upper 70's to maybe lower 80's for this afternoon. some showers, some thunderstorms on cap later with
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nothing too much thunderstorm activity right now. lightning at a minimum. at the rain is really coming down and coming down fairly hard. it is in this one area around charles town, ariza prince george's anne arundel county used/northeast down. -- east/northeast bound. again, pouring. what to take it easy and go easy as therakes as well exhilarated. look at 11:00 a.m. we're not going to get a break until about lunchtime then a nether wave moves in during the afternoon hours. i think for this evening, we could potentially see more gusty thunderstorms up until about 11:00 p.m. to midnight. for thead thunderstorms afternoon. more isolated flooding. this is areas expected to remain under a flash flood watch until 7:00 p.m. this evening. i
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will have more details on the upcoming weekend in a moment. julie: looking at the area and the impact that it has on the morning drive, for example, the outer loop of the beltway coming from maryland into virginia near the georgetown pike, this question involving one that spun out, facing the run direction. the left side of the roadway is blocked. for those eastbound on 66, the crash before fair oaks has been pulled over to the shoulder. all lanes are open. delays out of manassas. there's a crash in the delaplane area east on 66 with some traffic limited. blue and yellow lines in each direction dealing with track problems outside national airport. we do have delays each way. the green line also affected by this because of the struggle on the blue and yellow lines. i will be back in the next two minutes to update a list of street closures because of standing water. autria:
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we all hate them. every time your phone rings, the new push to get rid of them. how the fight to end robo calls is focused here on the dmv. investigators in charles county are dating deeper into the employment history of an alleged child molester.
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severe weather and we are smack have in the middle of a nasty morning commute. the team is spread out across the dmv. eileen whelan and frolic and johnson are covering the rain, julie wright has your traffic backup. we want to get started with sam sweeney live at a down three in d.c. -- down to tree in d.c. sam: a traffic might mayor. we have a traffic nightmare. this is one of the problems across theory would be severe weather. crewnal park service had a out here. they tell me they should have this cleaned up the next 45 minutes. if you're leaving the house right now, you should know that beachn between 16th and is shut down because of this tree. just one of the issues we're seeing around the area. eileen whelan is tracking some severe weather. she is in storm trak 7. what can you tell us?
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the rain is falling the heaviest it has all morning for us in storm trak. springfield5 in headed north. the rain is coming down really good. i will show you a look at the back of the truck from one of our rooftop cameras. there is a lot of spray. there's been a lot of ponding and hydroplaning. we need to be mindful of that. we have a flash flood watch in effect until 7:00 this evening. julie wright mentioned are are reports of some flooding from some of these heavier rain bands. we will be keeping a close eye on it for you throughout the rest of the morning. veronica johnson, julie wright, myself, the rest of the team. this is a great tool for you to have. this has been helping me to see where the heaviest rain is. the rain is falling everywhere across the area. we're starting to slow down a little bit. this
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flash flood watch just issued. another great jewel to help keep tool to keep your head of the severe weather. pack your patience because it is a slow morning drive. larry: be careful. veronica will have your complete forecast coming up. forcan sign up for the app weather alerts at wjla.com/text. autria: another violent night in d.c. and maryland. four people shot, three killed. we start in the district heights area. a double shooting. still an active scene as bullies swarm an apartment complex on atwood street just before 1:00 -- police swarm an apartment complex on atwood street just before 1:00. two men died at the scene. one person dead in northeast d.c.. that man in a juvenile were shot on 50th street near kelly
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middle school. the man died at the hospital. we're told a juvenile was transported to the hospital and looks to be ok. so far no word on a motive or suspects in either case. if you have information, call police. autria: thank you. we have an update developing right now, congressman steve helise back in the icu after was shot on a baseball field in alexandria. scalise's office putting out this tweet last night saying doctors have a new concern about an infection so he is been downgraded, listed now in serious condition. we expect a new update to come in at any time today. six people were injured in the ambush before the shooter was killed by police that eugene simpson field. larry: disturbing details coming to light about a teacher's aide accused of abusing as many as 10 young boys. autria: this happening in charles kennedy. suzanne kennedy is live with bell'ation about charles
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working history. suzanne: police have found that charles bell had numerous positions are the charles county school system over the years. investigators want people who either attended school here or parents of children who attended school here to think back and think if they had any interactions with this now accused child molester. carlos bell, let's talk about his employment history. he works for the department of humidity services for about six weeks in 2008. in 2013, he was hired by the county school system and work at a least four schools. he also worked with a contractor that took care of children both before and after school. that was at j.p. ryan and wade be williams elementary schools. and016, he volunteered as assistant track coach at a high school. he was charged with production of child pornography and second-degree assault. police say he is adm
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authorities believe he molested seven boys on school property and at his home and possibly at other locations. several of the alleged victims were identified from videos. the school system is preparing to hold several meetings for parents to give them more information about those cases. those meetings will be held on july 28 and august 16 here i benjamin stoddert middle school. those meetings will take place at 7:00 in the evening. suzanne kennedy, "good morning washington." larry: president trump is beginning his european trip with a visit to poland and getting a warm reception. he will speak to the polish people later today. this afternoon he will head to the g 20 summit in germany. he will meet tomorrow with russian president vladimir putin. bringingharged with weapons to d.c.'s trump hotel is expected in u.s. district court this afternoon.
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motion to release brian moles. prosecutors say he drove from his home in pennsylvania to d.c. back in may and police said they found an assault rifle, handgun, and several rounds of ammunition in his car in the hotel's parking garage. he pleaded not guilty and is been ordered to have a mental evaluation. back inkatherine hoggle court for a competency hearing. it is been nearly three years since the mother was charged in the disappearance of her young children who were three and two at the time. she has been getting treatment at a psychiatric hospital in just a. abc 7 will be at the hearing. you can be the first to know by signing up for breaking news alerts at wjla.com. larry: consumer alert about pesky robo calls. the attorney general is teaming up with 28 other states to push the fcc to block calls like this.
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signing a letter being sent by attorneys generals throughout the country urging the fcc to make it easier for phone companies to block those goals. the fcc wrapped up a public comment period about proposed changes to those rules. a summer safety alert. we're in the height of the vacation season. homethe height of the burglary season. there are some things you could be doing without even knowing it that might invite seems into your home from the cameras by your door to the shrubs of your window. tonight at 11:00, troubleshooter horace holmes revealing the seven security mistakes that homeowners make. larry: i don't know what your day is like ahead, but it is hard to believe you would work harder than eileen and vj. this get the latest on crazy weather. veronica: it makes it feel like fourth of july was so long ago. make sure you build extr
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you want to do it because we have heavy rain that continues to move through the area. with that, flash flood watch continues. lounge county, montgomery come all the way south into areas of stafford until 7:00 p.m. this evening look at some of the latest guidance. inch to over one two inches of rain and even some isolated higher amount in southern maryland that could top out around five and maybe even seven inches or so. along with that, the winds are high with any wins we get, 55 to 60 miles per hour that could bring down branches and lead to some power outages. woodbridge area, colonial beach, stafford all sing high winds possible with some of the thunderstorms that come through during the afternoon hours. it could lead to power outages. the very lates
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rain continues to track to charles county. today, 83. tomorrow, 88. still could see more rain. 88 expected on saturday. right now a look at your extended forecast for the weekend, 88 to 86 and back to the 90's next week. weather alert from stormwatch 7, a nasty one on area roads. julie: rush-hour in the morning commute with the rain, not a good mix. the beltwayop of trying to improve now that a crash has cleared. is that the georgetown pike. delays out of montgomery county south of the 270 sopur. 66 is a mess. the crash that was on the shoulder, 40 minute ride eastbound along 66. in fall cure county, police are tweeting there are a number of streets that are closed due to flooding.
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them also dumfries road. those are two major areas. round, turnn't around. do not attempt to travel through standing water. back in the next 10 minutes to update your ride on the top stretch of 495. kidd is following all caps of stuff. youob kardashian saying were shut down yesterday. he brought his tirade to twitter accusing blac chyna of infidelity and drug use. he posted explicit photos on instagram. the posts have been deleted. quitter -- question is, does this qualify as revenge porn? there's a california law where this took place that says for a to be revenge porn it would have to be nonconsensual another fee list of a violati w
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in up to six month in jail. it is a misdemeanor. for it to be considered a crime, a person has to intentionally and publicly distribute unauthorized new debt photos don't it would cause emotional distress. -- nude photos knowing it would cause emotional distress. said, hey, this can lead to another reality show for us, that would end the revengeporn. >> of a whole group chat of , these pictures that are no longer there, you can see where he copied and pasted them from his text. these were for him. like at no point did they say an
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good morning, america. breaking right now, president trump lashing out blaming president obama for doing nothing about the russian hacking. >> i think what happened is he thought hillary clinton was going to win the election and he said let's not do anything about it. >> but trump still refuses to clearly blame russia for the hacking. just hours before his face-to-face meeting with vladimir putin. the new threat from north korea in the wake of those missile launches. manhunt, the search for this suspect accused of setting wildfires and then shooting at firefighters battling the flames as 38 fires blaze right now in the west. scorching ski resorts in colorado. the dangerously high temperatures and bone dry conditions fanning the flames.

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