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what we know about the man had a killed a local yoga instructor, more on his criminal history. a man shot to death by police he was carrying a knife, his family says he was not. a live report on this story next. live look outside on this wednesday, december 28. it's looking good out there. cooler than it was yesterday. weather traffic coming up on the 5:00 at 6:05. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm steve chenevey. >> friends and family is yoga instructor and actress last seen christmas, her body discovered inside her car in northwest >> anjali hemphill live this morning in northwest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, we're learning not only did the suspect have a long criminal rap sheet, arrested several times here in just last year, five days before tricia mccauley disappeared he was here in dc superior court facing a judge
monitoring. court records show he has multiple dc addresses an criminal rap sheet dating back to 2011 most shoplifting incidents where johnson plead guilty. however, less than a week before tricia disappeared, a judge ordered johnson to wear a gps monitoring device. he was supposed to show up the next morning here but there's no record he ever did. police say while johnson was in possession of mccauley's car the day after she went missing, johnson once again stole from a dc cvs store. meanwhile, the medical examiner's office says the flicks-year-old was strangled to death. family and friends gathered together to say good-bye >> what happened to tricia thrown me for a loop. i don't know what to think. there's a lot of things happening in
we need to pay attention to. >> reporter: records show the court has requested johnson undergo multiple mental health screenings to determine competence in those previous cases he's been ordered to attend drug rehab, a series of times. live in northwest, anjali hemphill fox news. police are on the hunt for two robbers. those men pulled out their guns and stole cash. this happened in the 500 block of the car likely street. no one was injured. also a northeast family asking for justice that i say police body camera video was unarmed when fatally shot. annie yu joining us in northwest dc with the latest on this story, good morning, annie. good morning maureen, steve. the family of 29 injured general hall disputes what police are
saying what happened christmas day. the film was able to watch the body camera video yesterday and they say their loved one was not armed with a weapon. not armed with a knife, and say that police dispute what the police are saying happened on that day and now, the family is seeking justice. we know that on christmas day, the police got a call out to the 3200 block of walnut street northeast. that is where police responded for a domestic disturbance call involving hall and his girlfriend when they arrived, police say hall was armed with a knife. he ignored officers' verbal commands directing him to drop the weapon. at least one officer discharged their service weapon striking hall. according to police, hall's weapon was recovered on scene. that weapon now at the center of the controversy. we spoke to hall's mother yesterday, anjali. take a listen to what she has to. >> none of that video showed nothing about him waving a knife. they shot him dead. they told the girl move, move, move out the way.
that was it. i don't feel like my son deserved none of this. all i'm saying is police officer shot him we want justice. >> reporter: now, the family is planning a vigil this friday at 7:00 at the scene of the shooting on walnut street. they tell us hall would have celebrated his 30th birthday on friday. family also tells us he leaves behind four children and was a five-year navy veteran. as for the officers involved, we know at least one of the officers is now on administrative leave pending the investigation. we also reached out to dc police regarding the family's claim and have yet to receive a response. latest from police headquarters in northwest dc annie yu fox 5 local news. 2016 coming to a close with some statistics about dc crime, there's 9% decrease in violent crimes in the district. includes an 18% decline in homicides from
last year to 132. sexual abuses meantime are up three cases while saw way dangerous weapon and robber are down by 6 and 13% respectfully. a 4% decrease in property crimes so far this year. better news for america's drivers, drunk driving incidents are on the decline, the federal government released a report and the numbers encouraging. 2014 roughly 11% americans drove while intoxicated, that's down from more than 15% in 2002. the sharpest drop among young adults, drunk driving still kills thousands each year. 6:05. tucker barner coming in talking about the weather. not as nice as it was yesterday, certainly not bad for this time of year. >> 68, temperature 24 degrees above normal. felt great. cooler weather as mentioned
and not cold out but cooler than effort. 43 at reagan national. 39 dulles, and 38 at bmi marshal. we're looking at a sunny bright and very nice afternoon. but daytime highs will not be in the 60's, more like upper 40's to 50. let me mention there's a breeze out of the northwest earlier. bottom line, cooler temperatures, rain showers in the forecast for tomorrow. we'll talk about that momentarily and of course we have the big holiday weekend. redskins football. all of that. focus on the holiday weekend coming up. today, 50 degrees. >> not bad at all. looking at the roads this morning, good morning. we have a new crash on 95 coming up from virginia. this actually on the northbound side reported southbound as you can see, delays both directions because of rubber necking. again, north and southbound 95 at fairfax county parkway, heavier traffic watch for delays as you come up towards the beltway on the northbound side
that crash location. it's blocking the shoulder but causing a big slowdown. let's go take a look at our map. quiet commute on the beltway. we're not seeing problems through oxon hill. things looking good in largo, traffic moving physicaling fine, outer loop to george, vermont avenue between hudson and gordon street. caution there and as you make your way out 270 southbound, we're free on southbound side gets busy. northbound, northbound side of 270 between 27 and 121, vehicle blocking the shoulder. with police, keep you posted. notice how quiet the southbound side is through rockville this morning, bwparkway. all on line. free wifi will soon be available to all the underground stations, they can access at six next to a pilot program that
launched in august, paul weidefeld decided to expand that program starting next summer. the transit agency hopes to have 60% of the stations completed by the end of the next year and remaining will be wifi compatible in 2018. >>. overseas new developments coming from syria. some may say when they retire they will head they don't florida. there's a new trend on where people are going instead. i want to tell you about the popular places coming up next.
expand the cease fire in aleppo that was broken to allow the evacuation of civilians. if successful the plan would form the basis of upcoming political over sale by russia and turkey >> barack obama and shinzo abe visited pearl harbor to pay tribute at the site lost their lives in december of 1941, shinzo abe not formally apologized but renteded him speechless. president obama spoke about how the attack that led to the u.s. that led to world war ii transfme
thousands had to leave their homes on christmas on chilly. no word of death during the quake but you can see some of the damage. korean airline is allowing flight attendants to carry stun guns comes after an discipline the with an unruly passenger, singer ridge marks fault off and restrained an unruly passenger from south korea last week. the flight crew was completely ill equipped for the situation. the airline is providing more training to manage inflight disturbances and posing a ban on passengers with a history of bad behavior. in maryland, beginning next month, residents will be able to apply handguns and other firearms on line instead of filling out paper forms, moving away from pen and paper will streamline the process, applicants using the new online process will need an e-mail address and a credit on your debit card to pay a $10 application fee. mall chaos a flash mob breaking out for the second time in a row at the philadelphia mills mall. police say a crowd of 200 showed
officers were prepared this time. only 30 got inside and police arrested three teenager boys. in south carolina, a judge ordered a civil rights trial for a south carolina police charged with murder for killing an african-american driver running from a traffic stop. despite eyewitness cell phone video showing the officer shooting him from the back from a distance, a jury could not reach a verdict. us government very well ford, fusion and mercury cars because the brake pedal may lose pressure making it hard for the driver to stop. according to the ntsb three crashes were blamed. the break pedal can go soft when driving on slippery or uneven surface a former employee for the luxury fashion store very sach chilly is suing the company. christopher worked for a store in cal two weeks,
product code. the code was also used to alert workers that a black person was about to enter the store. he's suing for unpaid wages and damages -- very ersacci requested a dismissal. growing number of americans are choosing to retire outside the united states. this is according to the social security administration, the number grew 17% between 2010 and 2015 and it is expected to rise over the next ten years. the countries they choose include canada, japan, mexico and the uk. many will be returning gifts and how many packages ups expects to deliver back to the retailers. >> a lot and a live look outside as we head to break on wednesday morning, traffic moving along pretty well, lot heavier than i would imagine for a vacation week for a lot of you. heading back to work? weather and traffic coming up on the 5:00 coming up next. .
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getting back down to where they should be, 24 degrees, made it to 68. will be more like upper 40's to about 50 this afternoon. let's do numbers, and kick it off with 30's here off to the north and west. frederick 36, 36 in winchester, culpeper 33, manassas haven't forgotten about you the gauge is broken. 41 in leonardtown and 44 in annapolis, not terribly cold but noticeably cooler than where we were yesterday and will be
winds out of the north and west about eight. we'll have breezes with us for the first half of the day. things should lighten up. sunshine plenty of that and beautiful looking day you can see on our storm tracker radar, we're not tracking anything local. quiet conditions lots of stars out there early and we'll be in for a very pleasant very nice late december afternoon with high temperatures in the upper 40's to about 50. quick moving cold front out here. tapping the southern gulf stream moisture and as the cold front comes in it will give us rain showers. early tomorrow morning, if you're going to be commuting tomorrow morning, luckily have rain showers around, 4:00 we keep the clear and the cold front quickly moves in early tomorrow morning, that's 5:00 a.m. tomorrow, and we'll have rain showers with us for the first half of the day tomorrow. much like yesterday. so by early afternoon tomorrow, we should clear it out. noticeably colder. getting blustery. look at that, snow starting to fly in the mountains towards north and west as we get a
50's today, notice the cooler temperatures as we get into new years eve saturday. temperatures mid 40's, it will be pleasantly cold new years eve if you're out. and for football sunday afternoon at 4:30, you're going to have the fedex field, few showers, it will be a cool afternoon, but won't be bitter cold for football sunday. >> i'm so excited for the weekend. >> do you have any new year traditions >> mine just the same traditions everybody else has >> we do pork and sour kraut on new year's day, exciting stuff and i'm wearing spark else because we're in preparation for the big weekend >> i can't wait >> where is your sparkle tie? >> i'm saving it for friday. >> or saturday? saturday is the bigger night. we have a crash 95 on the northbound side by
delay on southbound side. you can see heavy traffic both directions give yourself ten extra minutes, other than that not terrible volume in stafford and dale city. other than that as you come up towards newington you're going to hit a delay on the northbound side and again slight rubber neck delay on the southbound side. let's switch it over and show you what you you're up against with a look at our maps, other issues right now we have new metro delay, train malfunctioned at columbia heights because of that delay, we'll keep you updated on that one. in dc we're tracking gas line repair, 23rd street is closed both directions. between pennsylvania avenue and new hampshire avenue. k street and l street northwest nothing out of the ordinary. west of your wednesday morning ride, beltway is quiet. no areas. outer loop, outer loop into college park and cabin john looking good, i'm going to
tea. it's that time of year, back to you, steve and maureen >> usual going to have to because there's no coffee. ups sxebts to deliver 1.3 million packages back to retailers january 5th. it will be dubbed national returns day. if ups is right it be the busiest returns day ever topping last year's 1 million. 30% increase. the numbers on the 2016 shopping season won't be known weeks, experts holiday sales to exceed one trillion. about a 4% increase. retailers benefitted from christmas falling on a sunday. gave consumers an extra saturday and the shopping momentum continued into monday which was a federal holiday. i par took. so yes, helping the economy. >> got to do what you got to do. coming up what sin bon tweeted that has the company apologizing
6:22. check the markets joining us from the fox business hello lauren system netty. good morning. >> happy day. >> just needs to get it overwith. ok, we're 55 points away from 20,000 on the dow. we can get there today, futures are up 30 points. we can get there tomorrow or friday. that's it. that's our final hope in 2016. to hit this new milestone. the
own yesterday hit 5500 for the first time. no matter how you slice it where the dow heads, the market is certainly up this year and your 401k is looking good. >> it was only a few months ago we were afraid to check, 6:22. let's talk about amazon. they're not afraid to check their bottom line because they were scoring the cash this holiday season. >> amazon shares up 14% this year, and they told us they shipped for prime members more than one billion items. this holiday season, their best year ever, most of those devices were the echo and the echo dot home speakers popular items. we don't have one. i know we're going to get one. do you have an echo >> i don't but i did buy two things off amazon this holiday so i contributed to the cause. >> amazon saved me >> the online sales was exclusively everything. the echo is interesting because it's a convenience around the home but it also may be a big
that's an interesting twist. >> exactly. so it's all about technology and privacy and how they overlap these days. what the echo does, it records everything that's happening. and in a murder case last year, a man is accused of killing a friend of his in his hot tub and he had an amazon echo in the home. investigators are trying to get into that device but amazon says, no, they can't do it, at least not without a warrant. it's interesting how technology is playing out in the courts these days as well. >> we'll see how that comes out and if the warrant comes out if that's going to be the standard game plan. what did sin bon do is bad taste yesterday >> they have apologized. but it was bad taste. you're right. they posted on twitter a message in a picture. it says rip carrie fisher, princess leia, you'll always have the best
and put two sin buns as her signature hair role. maybe too much too soon because carrie fisher just passed and the latest in a year that has just been hit with actors, actresses, musicians, one after another, the great ones seem to have gone this year. carrie fisher is the latest >> i said the year just couldn't end without taking one more and we still have a couple days left. fingers crossed that's it as far as the big name folks. i think it's too much too soon for them. >> i'm glad they apologized. >> me too. sounds good, we'll do it again tomorrow same time. by, 6:25 looking outside on wednesday morning, i'm surprised to see this much traffic. >> all the people who felt guilty about not going to work yesterday. we have to get back. >> at some point you're like i had enough family
time goes so fast >> it's something you don't want to see >> check the e-mails, you know, >> yeah. >> exactly. few hours. is that what it's like in your family's house >> we love each other. >> we love each other. >> i love my family -- 43 in washington. winds north and west northwest. cooler temperatures than yesterday. not going to be bitter cold but it will be noticeably cooler than the 68 degrees we hit yesterday afternoon. more like upper 40's to 50 degrees. with bright sunshine, it will be beautiful today. we have rain showers in the forecast for tomorrow. can't see the front if i could point to it. i would show. there's your seven-day. showers tomorrow. cool weekend but it won't ab rain-out. showers on sunday will be light and widely scattered. big football game sunday for new year's
>> should be a nice new year's day. however you choose to spend it. if you wanted to sleep it off >> it's a great day to do it >> i choose to do that every sunday. >> i chose to do that yesterday. the next thing i knew i took a three-hour nap. i deserved this, right. maureen you're right. traffic is heavier than it was monday and tuesday, we have a crash on 95 coming up from virginia. southbound side has a rubber neck delay past fairfax county county parkway, need ten extra minutes. we have several other problems we're tracking right now. in silver spring there's a new hampshire avenue crash on the southbound side near north hampton road. a lot of folks take north hampton inbound coming. if you're taking metro train
your metro rail line on time. in dc we have a gas line repair, 23rd street closed both directions between pennsylvania and new hampshire. l closed between 23rd and 25th. lots going on in northwest that could cause extra traffic. the beltway is looking good. we have no problems in college park. volume increasing across the wilson bridge not enough to cause delays just yet. back to you guys 6:28 is the time and the associated press named the male athlete of the year coming up. president-elect donald trump adding to his list on who he wants to be part of his transition team. more on that coming up next.
it is a cooler day than yesterday but not bad. we're talking 43 right now. weather traffic coming up on the 5's at 6:35. let's take a look at our top story, a large crowd gathered to remember tricia mccauley a local yoga instructor found dead in her car earlier after going missing christmas day. police arrested adrian duane johnson charging her with murder. she was strangled to death and to appears to have been sexual assaulted. a northeast dc family asking for justice after they say body body camera video shows gerald hall unarmed when he was shot and killed by a dc police officer on christmas day. police say hall had a knife and refused to put it
available at all underground metro stations. thanks to a pilot program that launched in august, general manager paul weidefeld decided to expand the program starting next summer. the transit agency hopes to have 60 percent complete by the end of the year, the remaining in 2018. turning now to politics and president-elect trump is turning to a long-time confident to serve in his administration, jason greenblatt, the chief legal officer for the trump organization will serve as special representative for international negotiations. this is according to a statement, greenblatt served as advisor to the middle east for the truck organization. president-elect trump's cabinet almost fallen while democrats plan to poll -- republicans control the majority and have few complaints >> all in all trump will get virtual everyone he nominates, it's possible he'll have to with
problems that emerge. >> there are at least six multi-millionaires and five billionaires committed to the incoming truck administration, including steven mnuchin for treasure secretary. and wilber ross. both likely to be approved. the president-elect has his own business conflict of interests to sort out. he plans to explain how he plans to do that before the inauguration. migrants of mexico are pushing north to reach america before trump takes office. u.s. officials say the number of illegal immigrants have increased since election day, many fearing the immigration reform will, in fact, become reality. planned parenthood seen an increase in donation, the guardian reporting that planned parenthood received more than 300,000 donations since november 8. that's about 40 times its normal
planned parenthood said about half of the donors were millennials and approximately 70% first-time donors to planned parenthood. it's time for the morning right now and first up for the first time, russian acknowledge a conspiracy in doping olympic athletes. russian be officials say they can no longer dispute incredible evidence of an organized russian program. let's bring it to the ice, caps headed in the new york area, brooklyn taking on the islanders. it wasn't a big crowd. the last in the league when it comes to attendance. they could not pick up the win, give up two goals in a short amount of time. and the caps lose 4-3.
took the lead by 15 and stayed up the rest of the game. win 84-59. that's a nice big win in a nice slam right there. cam newt spreading holiday shark the pantherses quarterback spent time with a 10-year-old auburn fan with a severe heart condition. he played at auburn university. the youngster had a risky surgery. he spent the day off making that little boy wish come true. that's a great photo. year of honors for labron james and now he can add another honor because the associated press has named labron the male athlete of the year. second year in a row. king james get the honor. led the cavaliers to the first national championship for the team in june and athlete of the year is the s b's and sports person of the year, i think you can say he swept the honors this
athlete of the year on the male side. well done. you win a championship for the first time, you're going to get acolades. let's talk about not bad today. >> beautiful. >> just cooler than yesterday. about 50 this afternoon. we'll hit the numbers here early. those went fast. 43 in washington. we have lots of 30's across the region here early this morning, yesterday, we hit a high temperature of 68 degrees. we almost hit 70 yesterday. more like upper 40's to 50. you can see all of the cool air out there. chicago 23, detroit is 30. columbus is 24. we're looking at bright sunshine and quiet conditions locally. there is a breeze out of the north and west but otherwise, enjoy a nice afternoon. upper 40's to about 50. still five degrees above normal but it will feel cooler than yesterday >> yesterday was 20 degrees warmer than that. >> yes, it was. we'll have the weekend forecast coming up and
on the east coast. >> ok. >> parts of new england are looking at 12 to 18 inches >> i was watching earlier on another weather forecast and it mentioned, i know, >> explain, please. >> i won't, erin, how are you doing >> good morning. let's take a look at traffic. it's 6:37 right now. i like tucker and steve's save. i know, i know. it's the good wednesday. it's last wednesday of 2016. i like to say that. this is 395 northbound delays building moved over to the right shoulder. 395 much lighter volume than we typically see this time of morning you can see the slowdown under 20 miles per hour past that crash. as we forward the cameras, 95 northbound still a problem at fairfax county parkway. forward the cameras and show you that one because of an earlier crash, looks to be cleared out of the way, but residual delays delinquent re lingering on the north and southbound side heavy traffic.
pass fairfax county. let's go to the maps. to those aren't the only issues we're dealing with. waking up in dumb fieries, big crash on route one has grand park road closed in both directions between main street and fraley boulevard. route one is getting by. just a side street next to it. skyfox should be here momentarily there's a southbound crash near north hampton road. we'll keep you posted on that one, just inside the beltway. gas line repair northwest in the district. 23rd closed both directions between pennsylvania and new hampshire. l street between 25th and 23rd. metro we have a green line delay to branch avenue. closer look at that next, back to you a popular toy many children asked santa for and now parents are complaining the toy doesn't work. this is one they were waiting in line for. wel
package. traffic snarled turns out the package was a backpack full of children's toys, since donald trump was elected grid lock has become a security around the building. next up it was the christmas toy parents were scrambling to find. for many it didn't quite deliver. thousands of hatchables failed to hatch. a malfunction caused an issue with batches, parents say their kids were in tears after the failure. the company that makes hatchables says it's doing its best to fix the problem. finally talk about employee appreciation, an iowa cabinet maker on a rewarding his employees. on a caribbean cruise, first a chattered plane to miami, then a five star hotel. then set
the reward comes after they met company goals for the year after the recession and i say applications please? >> cabinet maker. right? i'm telling you >> that's nice. >> it is. i tell you that's one company i'll bet those employees go the extra mile to make sure >> if there was anybody think about leaving, they're not anymore. taylor smith i'm going to say it. taylor swift back at it, kevin will join us more on that heart warming story, as we head to break if you have a news tip, call us 02-895-3000. or e-mail us. fox 5 wttg.com
. 6:45 on wednesday morning, looking outside. traffic moving along well on this stretch of road. hopefully your travels are smooth going >> i want to know about the ski forecast. >> parts of new england 12, 18 inches of snow expected. >> man >> should be great. i haven't skied years >> it's been a minute. my gosh, maybe ten years. >> has it been that long >> the one >> you seen was ski lift prices are now? >> they're up there. ok. maybe that's why. >> find other ways to get on. let's go forecast, temps back to normal. not going to be cold but it won't be the spring like 68. more like upper 40's to 50. here are
spots, frederick 31, culpeper 31, winchester you're 32. for the most part, close to the city, low 40's, 43 at reagan national, 36 gaithersburg, 36 in frederick. looking at the satellite picture and also radar on there. we aren't tracking rain. we're tracking quiet conditions overnight. clear skies, comfortable out there. it should be a mostly sunny day and very nice. the breeze is out of the north and west and that's making things feel just a little bit cooler out there have not next frontal system will be quicking moving in overnight and i think by early tomorrow morning by this time tomorrow morning, we have showers around, they won't last all day the first half will be kind of rainy and then things will turn blustery and cooler and that frontal system that comes through is going to become a coastal low and big snow is expected upstate new rk
maine 12 to 18 inches by friday and saturday. if you're headed in that direction, if you're going to be going up there skiing it will be perfect conditions. futurecast. 5:00 we got rain showers tomorrow morning, some of this particularly north and west may start as a little bit of freezing rain. so we got to look out for that. no advisories at this hour, we might get some later today, there might be a few snow showers, there will definitely be snow showers enough we'll be concerned about snow accumulations. by 2:00 this afternoon, there's your seven-day, 50 today, early morning showers tomorrow we'll clear it out and we got -- relatively quiet new year weekend. a shower or two sunday for the redskins victory over the giants. the drives them to the playoffs. infinity and beyond. >> odds are good. >> i think they're
favorites. eight point favorites right now? doesn't know. >> think they're going to win. look at this, new hampshire avenue is parked right now from the beltway there's a crash in north hampton road and we're seeing delays from the beltway past that point. the crash is clearing in phases, delays are heavy. crawling along through silver spring, if you take new hampshire you're going to need 20 extra minutes. you could see the northbound side looking much better. 395 earlier crash clear to the shoulder, traffic is flowing so much better now that all lanes are open. only very minor delays stop and go traffic from the beltway to the 14th street bridge. crash still blocking the shoulder left lane on the northbound side of 95 coming up from virginia past fairfax county baker. southbound side a bit of a rubber neck delay, ten extra minutes still in either direction, south of that in stafford, 95 north and southbound looking good. let's hop over to the maps. the good news is you're
metro normal regular service resumed on the green line earlier train malfunctioned at columbia heights. residual delays as they -- check back on our roads in dumb fieries, route one. because of that grand park road is closed between main street and fraley boulevard. 95 looking good, 270 still quiet from frederick. back to you, maureen and steve. the countdown is on to the annual new years eve ball drop. the water ford crystal ball yesterday, three,000 warm front ford crystals with a new gift of kindness theme. this year's theme was inspired by the device as if u.s. election season. hamilton still the hostile but not quite as hot. the number of shows fell. there were five fewer shows this year than last and ticket sales fell nearly $6 million
holiday season. also lynn miranda is not there anymore. i think seeing him was huge. i really -- i want to make sure he's there the day i'm going to to the show. it's the greatest show i've seen on broadway. i've seen everything from fan phantom of the opera, cats, honestly, no, hamilton is better than that. nor entertaining. shocking news yesterday obviously with the death of carrie fisher one of the most beloved actresses, couple things i want to mention, star wars in my opinion trans sends cinema, it's bigger than movies, everyone, even if you aren't a movie fan you know who princess leia is. the character is so iconic and regardless what, if any, she was going through in her personal life, character on screen was an icon and a
people growing up. there was a strong female character that you had on screen, and generations and generations of fans have loved this character throughout the years. she was 19 years old when she first filmed the first star wars movie. second feature film, first one was warren beatty's shampoo. the beauty of her, she was not just princess leia. she was also an incredible writer. she was a script doctor. she fixed scrips for people in hollywood. she also wrote an amazing book that was turned into a screen play post cards from the edge that merrill industry's starred in. the voice of angela and family guy. the cool thing is, that her work will live on forever. as i'm anybody can go home and put star wars on. she did complete her episode eight sequences, she she will be featured in the new studios film thankfully. if you have seen rogue war, i don't want to spoil it but there's a little part of her in the film if you want to see the new.
if you haven't seen rogue one definitely see it. a lot of people were pouring in with amazing comments. specifically her co stars and creators of star wars, this is mark hamill, no words, #devastated. harrison ford, han solo she revealed she had an affair with, we should have his quote coming up the he said carrie fisher was one of a kind, brilliant, original, funny and emotionally fearless, she lived her life bravely. my thoughts are with her daughter, billy, mother, debbie, brother todd and many friends, we will all miss her, that's from harrison ford to people. and george lucas creator of studios, she was our great and powerful princess, feisty live full of hope in a role that was more difficult than people think. my heart prayers are with the family. and steven spielberg she worked with on blue's brothers, she
i stood in awe of her career, her observations made me laugh and gaps. she didn't need the force, she was a force of nature. and of loyalty and friendship. i will miss her very much. peter may, this was the gentleman who plays chew bacca in the star wars trial gee. and she played general lee yeah, he said there was no word for this loss, carrie fisher was the brightest light in every room she entered. very sad. go home, watch star wars, she's still right there. >> where is that photo from with steelberg and george lucas >> that looked like she was, like this, that looked like post studios, i think, i know one year she did roast george lucas at like an afi event. that looks like around that time period. i'm assuming that was probably in the 90's or early 2000s. >> look how playful they look together >> she was a s
she would help people, she fixed scripts >> billy lord the girl on scream queens was her daughter. >> and she had a small part on star wars episode seven. taylor surprised one of her quote oldest fans, a 96-year-old gentleman named cyrus porter and his family in a pop-up concert at their christmas party. she showed up in missouri at his home, she performed her hit, shake it off. for the family, porter is away away veteran who was recently featured on tv for his -- >> look at that. >> he says he's seen her twice in concert and thinks she puts on a one of a kind show. >> that's awesome. >> tweeting photos of it. she showed up at the house, very cool of her. we're going to skip the kanye west story >> yeah. >> we're going to get to tucker barnes >> holiday present for tucker >> we're going to skip the kanye west >> that's
everybody. >> yes, it is. >> santa claus. let's see the forecast. we're looking at temperatures cooler, upper 40's 50. 49 in washington. wind of out of the north at 10. yes, that combination will definitely make it feel cooler than the near 70 we had yesterday. we hit 68 degrees. lots of sunshine to look forward to. quiet, dry day for you. and still will be above normal. rain showers tomorrow morning, we'll get it out tomorrow afternoon, good shape for the weekend. there might be a few showers and lots of clouds on sunday new year's day although i think new years eve we're in good condition, if you're going to the redskins temps around 50 maybe a few showers. that's the end of 2016 on that map. >> crazy. >> 2017 have in store? erin has your answers >> right now, first i have bad traffic problems from silver springs, skyfox over this crash. new hampshire avenue southbound at north hampton
family of a man. seen body cameras and disagree with department about what happened. remembers an icon we're continuing to honor the life and legacy of carrie fisher. a live look outside on wednesday, december 28, 2016. yesterday was extremely warm, nice, and now things changing back to the way they probably should be in the winter time. weather and traffic coming up at 7:05 friends and family of tricia mccauley still in shock over the murder of the instructor and inspiring actress >> her body was discovered monday inside her car on northwest. anjali hemphill is live in northwest with the story. >> reporter: