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first of all, rhonda wants to say something. >> i do. >> be careful there. >> mom. >> what? >> with no apology and in all of your power, with integrity, grace, and generosity, you blazed a way. [ cheers and applause ] not just for us, your children, not just for women, not just for black folk or singers or performers or entrepreneurs, but for all of us! [ cheers and applause ] we are so proud to present you with the american music award for lifetime achievement. [ cheers and applause ] >> wait, wait. thank you, t
hold this. calloway has something to give to me. >> i'm so proud of you. thank you. >> she brought me my fanny pack. here we go. this is all about love. all about love. this says it all. this is my family. and i'm sending love out there to all of you, each and every one of you of our global family. and i really, really love being here, and i feel so humbled by this. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i love you so very much. and i think you know that. i really love you so much. and i will hold on to that beautiful honor. thank you so much. thank you, thank you, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. >> it's been an incredible show, everybody. should we all say good night?
>> grandmommy, i'm so proud of you. i love you all, too. >> can you say good night in the prompter? >> have an incredible night. good night, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> we love you so much, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: american music awards nominees are based on key fan interactions as reflected in billboard magazine and on billboard.com, including album and digital song sales, radio airplay, streaming, social activity and touring. these measurements are tracked by billboard and its data partners, including nielsen music and next big sound. the voting is administered, monitored, and verified by telescope inc., an independent vote management company and the results remain confidential until the time of presentation. air travel provided by american airlines.
a father explaining why his son tried to get into the white house. a story that you will see only on 7. residents of loudoun county blind-sided, literally. many were duped out of money. and this -- >> this one is for you. kimberly: one of the surprises of the night, lady gaga accepting her american music award from d.c. she is performing right now at the capital one arena. more of the winners and the star-studded performances. >> now abc 7 news at 11:00 am on your side. of the manhe father accused of trying to jump a white house barrier is speaking up. just 24-year-old son was arrested today. q mccray has the explanation and the story that you will see only on 7. a sad story. q: i had a conversation with a
today. he told me he always talked his children to respect authority, but this morning his son did the opposite. >> he made a mistake. q: he is talking about his third of five children, victor. >> as a father, i do not condone him going to the white house like you did. q: sunday morning, victor was arrested for jumping over the fence bike racks into an unauthorized area clearly marked with "do not enter" signs. according to the incident report come he told a secret service agent he had to talk with the president. >> he wanted to discuss a political issue. i think he was thinking more in general, the general welfare of the country. q: this happened on the north side of the white house.
service agent a few months back. >> he was talking to the secret service officer. i quickly ran over and said, i'm sorry, sir, this is my son. q: victor has never had any run ins with the law. >> because of his mindset, what he really believes, and as a father it may have been a mental situation. q: he told me he wants to get his son psychiatric help but said he was wrongfully terminated from his job with the marine corps and no longer has a medical insurance to pay for it. appearance isrt tomorrow. president trump was home when this happened. q mccray, abc 7 news. brian: some snowplows and we
county, picking up a coating of snow. frostburg had two inches of snow. breezes,re, clouds and the wind was gusty all afternoon. downtown, but feels like the 30's when you factor in the breeze. or 30's and low 40's across the area. -- upper 30's and lower 40's across the area. because of the wind will continue to feel the chill. hagerstown feels like 28, feels like 34 right now in frederick. tomorrow morning the skies clear. tonight a sprinkle or fluorine not out of the question in the western burbs, the higher elevations. it will feel like the 20's at the bus stop or on your way to work in the morning. the forecast coming up in a bit.
kimberly: thousands of people jonesg for an end to the act, marching in d.c. today asking for help for puerto rico. many people on the island are still without power weeks after hurricane maria. the group is protesting the way the government handled the recovery and demanding how president has loss for the island. how congressanding has loss for the island. >> we want those resources now. congress needs to answer and provide the necessary relief. kimberly: the marchers had star power. the creator of the popular musical "hamilton" along with a celebrity chef joined the rally in the district. areaolice tape around the where a
coming down soon. the police a they will clear the scene tomorrow. the neighborhood has been locked down since wednesday when sean suiters were shot in the head. scam alert,side police in loudoun county are warning people to be only the lookout for people trying to door tonds and shutters door. cheryl o'connor has what to look out for. ves are pulling the blinds over people's eyes and running away with their money. it has happened at least 10 times, according to the london county sheriff's office. the suspects say they are with economy blinds and shutters. that went out of business last year. the better business bureau said that a simple google search would have told homeowners they are shady. we got a facetime interview after the warning today. >> any time approaches your door
need something, proceed with caution. cheryl: the suspects are telling homeowners they need to take measurements and offered estimate. the victims are asked to pay a deposit for the materials. >> you need to step act. there is no need to give money up front like that. cheryl: no work is done and the homeowners lose their money. >> you need to get the payment in writing and it needs to be part of a contract. cheryl: consumers have three days to back out of a contract made at their home. you should always pay with a check or credit card because you can cancel a check or flag a credit card payment for fraud. >> handing over cash is like throwing it out the window. cheryl: now the police want people to close their door on anybody who says they are with economy blinds and shutters. cheryl conner, abc 7 news. kimberly: coming up --
kimberly: 7 on your side with thanksgiving for days away, black friday five days away. thee are plenty of deals on busiest shopping day of the year but sometimes it's a matter of hitting the pause button. retailers are promising that you can avoid the black friday rush and cash in now on deals rolling up. walmart with this 55 inch samsung tv. home depot offering this vacuum for $325 off. some experts say you are better off waiting. >> the best deals are after black friday. kimberly:
friday is a good time to purchase electronics and smartphones, but don't buy toys and clothing just yet area those prices go down the closer it is to christmas. some of the biggest discount will be online. put your wish list and a shopping cart and hold off until the price goes down to checkout. and this tip for deciding whether something is a bargain. tend to break even when you see a 10% to 20% discount. when you start seeing 50%, 75% off, that is when you get the best deals. kimberly: for a list of stores and hours, download the free abc 7 news app. the american music wrapping up on abc 7. favorite female pop rock artist and accepted the award while performing in the sea at the capital washed -- in
did you know that lady gaga was going to get the surprise live in d.c.? you know what, i did not know that. people are talking about that and also talking about pink's performance. gravity-defying performance. collaborations, and performances were nonstop. >> ♪ everybody hurts sometimes reporter: the 2017 american music awards kicked off with a moving rendition of "rem's" "everybody hurts." imagine dragons with the best pop rock duo and group. ♪ reporter:
gomez performed her hit for the first time ever. and i ♪ will always love you ♪ reporter: christina aguilera pay tribute to whitney houston, who won 20 ama's on the 20th anniversary of "the bodyguard." in the big winner of the night. >> artist of the year. thank you, ama's. reporter: and diana ross stole the show with the lifetime achievement award and also did a special and rare performance at the ama's. back to you. kimberly: thank you so much. we were shocked to find that lady gaga -- i wonder,
there, when did you find out? i bet they announced it as it was happening. guess who was on the show today. snow showers to the west. up two inchesing of snow in the higher elevations outside. we have a live stream of the camera on i-68. cannot rule out a flurry the next couple hours as the energy passes through, but nothing of consequence. a lot of clouds but it should mosey out of here by dawn tomorrow. it is breezy and the big story is the cold. the big picture through tomorrow, skies clear out. the wind will be around in the morning. wake up temperatures in the 30's downtown, upper 20's in the burbs. you factor in the wind it will have windshields in the 20's.
will be about 50. 56 tuesday as the high pressure moves off the coast. numbers will go up and we warm up tuesday. wednesday could have a spotty shower, tuesday night into wednesday morning. showers in southern maryland. that will be passing just to the south and east. wednesday, a big travel day. could have showers tidewater and 52stern shore, heading up 95, new york area heading south, charlotte in the 70's. look at chicago, 33. louisville, kentucky, checking in at 41. a lot of the eastern half of the u.s. looking good for the big travel day. plenty of sunshine during the day, making a run at 50. tuesday and wednesday is a warm surge. a couple of showers tuesday
south and east. wednesday, cooler air spills in. the early look at thanksgiving day, mid-40's, partly sunny, crisp, about 10 degrees below where we should be this time of year. once wended forecast, get through the ups and downs, cooling wednesday into thursday, friday, sunshine, pleasant. the next shot of showers will be saturday, late. very isolated. next week cooler. a chilly forecast, with a little moderation here and there. kimberly: the turkey is shivering. brian: he is shaking his tailfeathers. kimberly: and we are shaking our heads. erin: a brutal loss for the redskins, not only the way they lost, but they also lost one of their best players for the season. and
we picked this up in the fourth. sprinkle forfinds the touchdown. the roentgens in command, up 31-16. -- the redskins in command, up 3116. kamara, touchdown. we are tied at 31-31. we go to overtime come a chance to win it with the field goal. the redskins lose 34-31 and fall to 4-6 on the season. coach gruden: that was terrible. i feel terrible for the players. they laid it all on the line. stay with us. after the news, abc 7 "sports sunday." danny
studio, and trust me he has a lot to say after the redskins lost to the saints. that is coming up at 11:35. nba, earlier this month the wizards beat the raptors in toronto without john wall. tonight, they had to do it again. after losing to the heat friday, the wizards wanted to get back on track. his part,al did leading washington with 27 points, including five three-pointers. wilson was good, game-high 35, including the slam that put toronto up 10 late in the fourth. the wizards lose, 100-91. the maryland women lost to uconn in both basketball and the field hockey national championships. a little depressing evening in the area. kimberly: but you mentioned katie ledecky lapped her competitors. erin:
scholarfirst rhodes from the university of maryland baltimore county also. the new movie "wonder" is trying to change the attention to a story about a 10-year-old boy who struggles with cranial facial disfigurement. tonight in washington there was a screening of the movie for patients and their families. the movie opens friday