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muchde way. yellow weather alerts in effect. a big system out west, producing rain and severe weather in the south. and the watches have been cropping up. we have warnings, and not just around here, but atlanta seeing rain for the first time in 6 weeks. 42 days for them, and there's a wind advisory in effect until 1:00 tomorrow for the blue ridge west. areas above 2,000 feet, and you guys could see gusts of 55 miles an hour, and some breeziness, but the lower
temperatures have not budged since 5:00 or 6:00. mid- to upper 40s and near 50. i think the temperatures will rise a bit during the overnight with the showers moving in and the southerly winds with the milder air. tuesday, expect a slow commute in the morning with the showers around. mild with the temperatures up in the mid-60s, and fewer showers in the afternoon, and a seconder area of low pressure with more showers and storms on wednesday. and we are learning more about the man behind a violent university. a school police officer shot and killed the man, just 1 minute after he drove his car into a crowd and started to stab people. the attacker has been identified as 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan. mola lenghi is joining us from the news room to tell us more about him and what happened today. >> reporter: lesli, 11 people are recovering including students and faculty members injured in the attack.
condition. authorities are investigating what motivated the attack and whether or not it was an act of terrorism. >> we have got one down, critical down here. >> reporter: and the one down was 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan, shot and killed by police after they said artan, an osu student drove a car over a curb and into a crowd of pedestrians and then hopped out and started to stab ran dam people with a butcher knife. >> i heard screaming, and i took my headphones out, and of these people were rushing over this way, and at first i thought it was some sort of a game or something, and then i saw everyone's faces. >> reporter: what did their faces look like? >> they were terrified. >> i was looking to see if people were on the ground, but when gun shots rang out, i went for cover. >> reporter: grace ashworth was in class when she got the active threat emergency text with the terrifying instructions, run, hide, and fight.
was making sure their loved ones were safe. >> reporter: officers were on scene in less than a mint, and he ended the situation in less than a minute. >> reporter: the officer with was the university police department. the 2-year vet shot and killed the knife-wielding suspect. >> the response was instant. >> reporter: he was a legal permanent residence, a logistics management major: he graduate college nearby with honors last spring and just transferred this semester. local, state, and federal authorities are involved in the investigation, which is obviously ongoing. osu will reopen for classes tomorrow morning. lesli? >> mola, thank you. police are searching for the person who shot ask killed a 16-year-old on friday afternoon, brianna mcmullen was
across the city. ellison barber has more. >> reporter: tonight residents received some good news from the acting police chief. he said detectives are close to solving the murder. >> we have significant information in the case, and we are very confident that we will be able to bring some of the people involved into custody. >> reporter: this meeting at st. caletta was schedule the more than a week because of the two shootings that happened last saturday that occurred within 2 hours of one another on the corner of 5th and 8th street. >> reporter: but the weekend violence made it more urgent. >> it's a 16-year-old girl, and that's appalling. >> reporter: brianna was shot and killed on friday at 11:42 a.m., around the 1200 block of i-street southeast. her murder was the start of a deadly weekend.
gunned down one on l street southeast at 12 44 in the afternoon, and one on howard road at 4:12 p.m. >> lining up and asking questions. >> reporter: resident after resident asking for answers. >> do we have a prosecution problem in the city? or do we just have a crime problem or both? >> reporter: many of them were shaken. >> my daughter was about 20 feet away from that shooting. >> reporter: all of them are sick of nt see it, tell it. >> reporter: housing police said more security cameras are coming to the area where mcmullen lost her life. >> there will be a camera enhancement. >> reporter: but when it comes to preventing crime in this area and beyond, the answer is less clear. >> all the cameras in the world will not stop what happened over in the 1200 block of i street. >> there was a lot of talk about repeat offenders, and a lot of people at the meeting
the whole, police say violent crime in the city is down. reporting live from police headquarters, i'm ellison barber, wusa 9. we head to northern virginia for this story. dozens received eviction notices, and the battle has gone on for months as the city of manassas considers what is next for the east end mobile park, and hnjo henry is joining us from manassas where >> reporter: the mobile home community packed city hall in manassas. they are worried they will be kicked out of their homes in february. it comes after the city announced their intentions earlier this year to buy their property from a landlord it says was slow to fix the sewer problem in the neighborhood. >> reporter: another dark night in this mobile home park. 60 families could be forced to leave the rental lots here, and
some of the children and their families will become homeless. >> on the south side, where are we going to go? >> reporter: it goes back to april, and the city came one a plan to purchase the land from the owner who repeatedly refused to fix the sewer problems on the property. >> people deserve to live in cleanousing. >> reporter: after the city residents were served with eviction notices. >> when you have a notice, they are breaking your heart and break the kids heard, and our parents hearts. the possible eviction could hurt residents financially, too. this woman signed a lease just 6 days before the purchase. >> we wasted like 25 grand on buying the home. >> and now the city says they
land from the mobile home park, but they will not run the mobile home park either, many here are hoping manassas will do what they can to at least extend the eviction deadline to the summer so residents are not left in the cold. now the city told us they don't have the about to extend the amount of time, but people here told me they believe that the city can add measure to the property owners. and we reached out to an attorney for the property owners and we a rely. with the latest, john henry, wusa 9. some prince george's county shoppers are concerned about security after a built went through the entrance of hyattsville supermarket. the store manager will not release details about what happened at the store, but that business is back open tonight,
there. vice president-elect, mike pence promising a number of important announcements tomorrow as donald trump works to fill his administration. tonight cbs news is reporting that representative tom price, a georgia republican will be named health and human services secretary, and trump is also scheduled to meet with tennessee senator bob corker and representative mike mccull. needless to say there's a lot going on >> get ready. buckle up. >> reporter: mike pence's promise went unfulfilled today as donald trump continued to ponder his choice for secretary of stays. david petraeus met with mr. trump for nearly an hour today. >> he basically walked us around the world, showing a great grasp of a variety of the challenges out there, and some of the opportunities as well. and so very good conversation,
stock is rising. after the meeting, the president-elect tweeted out, very impressed, but rudy giuliani remains a contender, and mitt romney who never had a trump voice during the campaign, will meet with mr. trump for a second time tomorrow, and romney's viability confounds the top trump adviseerers among them kellyann conway. >> we don't even know if he voted for donald trump. he and his consultants were nothing but awful to donald >> reporter: today michigan certified its results making donald trump the official winner of the state, and independent fact checkers found no evidence of voter fraud despite president-elect's claims online that fraud cost him the popular vote by more than 2 million people. election officials in three states, virginia, new hampshire, and california are speaking out against the president-elect's false claims
cast by eligible voters were accurately counted. and to a hotel and airbnb rooms around the nation are filling up, one woman sees an opportunity to bring people together. jane moore runs an airbnb in ancostia. she had both sides of the aisle was a bigger purpose. >> i'm here to bring people together and break barriers so people can see politics should not separate us. >> reporter: moore has had visitors for all over the world, and she looks towards to continuing to break down barriers. >> you can't hear me! >> donald trump, baby! >> delta airlines is banning this passenger for life.
the president-elect after takeoff. he also used vulgar language to support women who supported hillary clinton while passengers looked pretty uncomfortable. the company's ceo says in an internal memo the airline is also issuing a refund to those on the flight from atlanta to alantown back on november 22nd. he said if crew members had seen the behavior that has now gone viral, the man would have been kicked off the plane. coming up institution of brick and mortar, paper and glue taking a big step into its future. and bei bei had a bit too much bamboo. we know the feeling after a big thanksgiving meal. find out how he is doing after his recent surgery. and these little ones want to shine under the friday night
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garrett haake is live after speaking with him about the store's future. hi, garrett. >> reporter: hi, lesli. yeah, the iconic kramer books is a study and contradiction. the bookand mortar store expanding in our digital age. >> the millennial customers like it because it's cold. >> it's a transient town. people come and go all the time, but the place has been residents, and people respect that and want to come here because of that. >> reporter: and older customers like alex vanaugh who has been coming since the 1970s appreciate how it makes them feel young. >> reporter: what do you like about them? >> it has a lively atmosphere, and sometimes just looking at books, they will have hard rap on with lyrics that you should not repeat for a family show,
and everything is vibrating. >> reporter: and that uniqueness and sense of special place prompted steve saless to buy the store from the original owners in september. >> people thought i was crazy. >> reporter: he founded the and pizza chain and saw opportunity in the store which had weathered the deaths of big box store book chains all around it. >> it's the resiliency and how institutionalized ic there's an 800-foot expansion into a neighboring restaurant, a change he hopes to maximize the core contradiction that drives the success, making something old feel exciting and new again. >> we are selling experiences, not just books, and i think there's something really romantic and sophisticated about holding a book, the texture of the book, how it feels, smells, and looks, and there's definitely something
are gravitating back to. >> reporter: and the new management hopes people will graff fate -- gravitate to the roomier space. they are make changes to the back, but the iconic core will remain the same. >> thank you, garrett. the district of columbia lawmakers will vote on whether to give workers the most generously paid family leave benefits in the country. it guarantees 11 paid weeks for or placement of a foster child, and it will provide 8 weeks of leave for a sick relative, and the program would be funded entirely by a new payroll tax on businesses. like all laws in the district, the proposal does require congressional approval. >> reporter: and the smithsonian's national zoo's
tonight. he's getting antibiotics and medicine after surgery to remove the bamboo stuck in his intestine. he's bright, alert, and responsive, and he is nursing and eating apples and soft biscuits, but he has to stay away from bamboo for awhile. >> probably didn't chew into little pieces. probably scarfing it down. >> i have never heard of a bamboo ball before. you learn something new every day. >> we will again? >> average high is 52. i'm talking about 70-ish on wednesday. we can't stay there. it's not going to hawaii we -- going to happen. we will get warmer weather. the price we are paying for it, or the reward, much-needed rain fall, and it's been dry the last few months. 3-degree guarantee. forecast high, anxious with the clouds and how think they were. up to 54, and in the ballpark,
that's 17 of the last 19, and autism speaks is the charity. we are going to put up a list of 3, and you can vote on what charity we are donating to when we don't get the 3-degree guarantee, and in that case, with will give $100 to charity. tomorrow impacting the morning commute more than the afternoon commute. i may be able to lower this a bit. i think the commute will be a slow, t the flooding, not concerned. windy, moderate. the higher elevations out west. there's a wind advisory above 2,000 feet tomorrow, and we could go to 55 miles an hour, and 49 right now in town with the clouds out there, and south, south easterly winds at 9, and the dew point is still dry at 37, and that will shoot up into the 60s the next few days. a little chill in the air. oakland, 37, and 40s to around 50 right now, and a little the
the low weather alert tuesday and wednesday. showers developing overnight, and warmer, 60s tomorrow, and 70s on wednesday, and could see an inch or maybe 2 inches of rain in spots, and some of the latest guidances suggesting widespread 1-2 inches of rain, thanks to this storm, in the northern plains, drawing this out of the gulf of mexico. lots of rain, strong storms here. atlanta, 42 days without rain, and that streak is about to come to an end. for us, a quarter of an inch of developing overnight with us for the morning, on and off throughout the day, and it looks like they will taper off through the afternoon, and with luck, we will have a better ride home, and then the secondary low pressure. that's approaching wednesday morning with the showers and storms, and another surge of warm air before we cool down after that, and 40s to around 50, and i see the temperatures rising towards morning with the showers rising, and tomorrow morning, in the 50s, showers around, low to mid-60s, and
before things taper off. in to wednesday, 70s with showers and a few storms, and then back to the upper 50s on thursday, and more seasonable temperatures getting to friday and the weekend. >> we have got some trash talk going on for the burgundy and gold. >> it's epic. >> something with quarterbacks anreceivers.
some magnets for criticism. sometimes it's for their lack of performance and sometimes for their actions off the field. josh norman is a strong magnet. everyone got to see it on national television on thanksgiving when things came to a head. went into a postgame scuffle in their faces, and today, a couple of days later, when
seems to regret his actions. >> you can't get into it, man, and everyone is going against me. it's trolls and clowns. trolls and clowns! everyone is gunning for you, and that's what happens. >> i wish i had never done what i did, but it's over with, and i'm not focused on that. i'm not going to open up another can an and done. it's over with. >> the wizards are hosting the kings tonight, and john wall with the solid 9. a career high of 11 turnovers. you to clear that up. beal is here. no fear. beal bringing it back down the court, and check out the behind the back pass from smith. he jumps, but that's too strong. beal there for the 3, and he was raining 3s tonight, career
wizards win in overtime, 101- 95. and the maryland terrapins basketball team is in the toughest part of their nonconference schedule, and they face a former acc foe, and that's in the acc big 10 challenge, and the terrapins may be undefeated this season, but it has not been easy. we saw them with the close victories. just this weekend against kansas stay. the coach is happy to have the 0 in there's plenty of work to do. >> i like being around my group and coaching them, and they like each other and we know we are not near where we need to be. we are lucky to have the record we have. we get that. we have a great player, and we can let him do his thing late in the game. the guys get it and understand it. >> the football team with their victory over rutgers, and here's caleb roe.
so a northeast dc football team is struggling to raise the money it needs to get to a national championship game in meet the young members of the beacon house football program. these boys and girls have to meet academic challenges as well as opponents on the football field, and their parents say it helps their children build character and stay out of trouble, and one of the players, 9-year-old hope told bruce johnson she hopes of playing in the nfl one day. >> i wanted to be a girl that plays football, and i want to
they want to be. >> that's right, hope! >> the kids need to raise $48,000 by friday to cover transportation and hotel rooms for the 104 football players. if you want to help, go to our app. every little bit helps. give them a good push to get them there. >> they are all fantastic kids. >> and so are their parents and coaching staff, too. watch out for rain. yellow weather alerts, and that
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