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a man was exposing himself on training and touching himself in front of women. one woman tweeted a video of it happens to her. stephanie ramirez and photo journalist were right there. in fact, stephanie is life tonight with this story >> allan: yeah, lesli, talk about the power oaf social media, sources told me a rider saw the suspect and tweeted. they tracked that person all the way to the station. that's where we caught up with him. i know i did not do that is what the man told metro place when they exs plained he was accused of masturbating on a train. he denied that, but witnesses had information that he was caught in the act. the woman said on twitter this
happened on the blue line from largo. and he was staring at her while he exposed herself. >> when arrested he appeared to be wearing the same clothes and same book bag as in the tweets. listen to the reaction of the people that saw the posts, which, by the way, got 16,000 shares. >> that is amazing, absolutely crazy. i have never seen that. >> i didn't get the tweet. >> i have never seen such a thing. >> i have never seen anything like that that i have had other types of things happen, like men rushing up against me and unnecessarily and things like that >> allan: now, the tweets made their way around social media, but metro transit police hadn't put anything out. and that's apparently because the alleged victim had trouble reaching out to the police. but i can tell you they are in contact
transit police tell us they will update us with any charges. stephanie, wusa. >> tasked with keeping you safe in the sky. right now they are federal employees. president trump moved to privatize the system. if it's not the government budget paying for your safety in the skies, who is going to do it? here is transportation director. >> . >> this will not use taxpayer money. >> but this is based on an old idea that could cost you more. up there with president trump is bill schuster of pennsylvania. his bill to privatize air traffic control died last year. he wanted to end the tax on airline tickets that is used to pay controllers. >> president trump wants to charge a fee every time a plane uses traffic control.
maybe even the airline. is this cheaper for you? they tell us this is a tax shift, not a tax cut. >> let's improve what we already have. but let's not go backwards on things that are uniquely american and how we have done thing that is actually work. let's not throw that baby out with the bath water. >> could it increase the country's debt? it would add 23 billion to the deficit. a new billen has not been rolled out. they will look for a new cost estimate as closely as air traffic controllers watch them. keep the focus on infrastructure proposals. but his tweet threat toned derail that. he pushed again for the travel ban. he criticized london's mayor
he is concern nod ambassador to britain and fema. and he tweeted about that too. >> including ambassador, they are g but obstructionists. hold hon a second. is it really the other party's fault? there were jobs open and nominated to fill. president obama had nominated 252 people. those numbers do not take into account the situations like woody johnson, the owner of new york jets. the president said he would be the ambassador to britain, but not nominated him. >> pull out of the paris climate agreement. several cities and states say no matter what the white house decides, they plan to follow the deal. the new one on
district of columbia, reaffirming the district's opt pact. a climate program analyst for the district. >> twofold. we can help homeowners and businesses save money on their utility bills, so if you insaw solar, your utility bills are lower and investing in industries with new jobs. >> just across the river, governor terry had his state and uphold the standard set in the paris accord. >> tonight a lot of harsh words, it happened at a meeting of the council. the panel was considering a resolution condemning acts of hate. this after the murder of richard collinsii
maryland. several people came forward to speak about the resolution, but the counsel chairman. john grasso threatened to cut off public comment. they began to question michael paruka's ties. >> i am sorry. i reminded that personal deflap toir remarks are not -- allowed by the rules. >> it was amended to specifically condemn white supremacy. he also voted for the amendment . a somber moment at the museum at pennsylvania avenue. added 14 names to the wall of the fallen. honors men and women who died or killed while on the job for a news organization. during the ceremony the museum's ceo offered a blunt assessment of the risks
field. journalists face -- journalists face a complicated world where gnash -- narco traffickers and it has become a battlefield goal. >> that wall honors journalists killed since 1937. >> governor terry mcauliffe is scheduled to go to woodbridge and cutting down on the number of suicide. requiring more training for counselors on bullying and suicide prevention when they renew their licenses and further south. sheriff's deputies locked down park ridge school for a couple hours, north stafford too because it's nearby, all because of a
that. but they did sweep the school and no threat and that lockdown ended a short time later . >> too many scams out there. how many things get overlooked just because of the possibility they are not true? here is an example. you see something like this on your facebook feed. no child deserves to go hungry ever. if you have a school aged student in need of breakfast or lunch. text food, and you will get information on where to go. this has gone viral for about a week now. jackie barerra shared this on our facebook page. but this is too good to be true? text to get a free meal? that's why people think it's a scam. i have good news, we can verify this is true. you can get lunch for free this summer and breakfast. let me tell you wha
about. i talked with christy spelling who works for share our strength. this group started the text 877877 campaign. she says the organization does not keep track or track your phone numbers. their goal is connect kids and family with local nonprofit food banks to provide meals during the school year and obviously don't have any place to go in summer. it's funded by the usda, but get this. only 16% of kids that get free or reduced lunch during school don't get it during the summer because they don't know where to go. so this is where this text program comes in. because they don't know where to go. those locations offering meals aren't open, they are not listed yet, but once the site is up and running it will appear on this
website. i have put it on our website. all you do is there is a spot, find site. click it, enter your address and bam, these buttons will pop up and show you where to go. these are in virginia, because there are some open. in june and july, there is about 3,000 sites offering meals in maryland, dc and virginia. if something looks suspicious to you like it did on jackie, share it on my page or post it to an e-mail. i want to verify it for you and if you are feeling frisky, send me a selfie video and tell me. i'm on adam longo tv. i got to talk about this. there is serious girl power, wonder woman pulled in 100 million ticket sails. but that's
the big star, turned out for most of the filming, my girl was 5 months pregnant. she told entertainment weekly she can't wait to tell her daughter she has already been on the screen. working, staying in character, all while she is pregnant? that is a super hero. now that i got that out of my system, we are talk about what's ahead. going inside the mind of a mugger, learn how to protect yourself when you find out what he looked for on the streets. low to mid-60s, this is 6:00, but so far dry. 8:00 showers off to the east. temperatures still in the low to mid-60s, when we come back, take you through the afternoon and let you know why we are debating whether to issue a yellow weather alert on wednesday. and the t
narrator:to do time is what is right. ralph northam. army doctor during the gulf war. volunteer director of a pediatric hospice. progressive democrat. in the senate, he passed the smoking ban in restaurants, stopped the transvaginal ultrasound anti-choice law, and stood up to the nra. as lieutenant governor, dr. northam is fighting to expand access to affordable healthcare. ralph northam believes in making progress every day. and he won't let donald trump stop us.
singled out his victims one by one. he slipped in the back door at an orlando awning factory. he killed five former coworkers and then killed himself. a vigil for the victims killed in the london attack, one, a woman from canada died in her fianci's arms. and a british citizen born in pakistan and a man from morocco. 2004, today prosecutors called their fist witness, another accuser. she testified about an alleged assault by bill cosby 2 years ago. more memories, stronger graphics, bigger ipad
way. getting smarter siri and also it's amazon echo meets sauna. this is homeub h, apple's wireless speaker and virtual assistant. it will set you back $149, all those start shipping out in december. >> have you ever walked in a dark parking lot and wondered how vulnerable you are? an armed carjacker tells us what he is looking like. >> not having a dad, living in a poverty situation. >> he calls himself a kid that fell through the cracks. >> drug dealing which elevated to rob roy which elevated to 24 hours being stupid. >> reporter: it landed the former gang leader 14 years in state prison, convicted of armed robbery, armed home invasion and
that created an industry of perm safety device -- personal safety devices like stun guns and happened guns, but none of those protect you from what may make you a target. they have one thing in common. >> criminals are looking for people they can attack by size. >> age, sex and how big you are areless than your attitude. criminals will typically avoid someone who walks confidently with their head up. norman says the biggest deterrent is thinking he might get caughtful he suggests using your own to your advantage. >> even if you are not on the phone, act as if you are talking on the phone. if you are onr you phone, that means somebody
>> they suggest leaving a restaurant or store at the same time other people. and park around other cars. this makes you less of a target and use the resources in front of you. >> security is not there for after you get mugged you can go to security and say hey, my car is in the end of the lot. i don't feel comfortable. can you walk me to my car. >> and if a criminal does approach you, drop your keys or purse and run. >> they are not going to chase you because the thing they want is in front of you. >> he got a ged and went on to become a fellow. for more information, go to our website or app and zen for special assignment. you will soon be
walk into a bakery and buy raw cookie dough. main drag of morgan, the goodness kicks off at 7 p.m. on thursday. i don't know whether i should celebrate or just be afraid. chocolate chip cookie, that's my kryptonite. >> rejoice. >> tweet about this six months ago. they have had it in the new york for a while. 3 degree guarantee. we did it well. crawled up to 77 today, which is below the average of 81. live look outside, weather cam, 72 right now. dew point pretty high. temperatures aren'toi
fall too much more. right now winds at 3, and they will become more southwesterly. bus stop techs 58 to 72, keep an isolated shower in there. the kids will be okay at the bus stop. not that wet. dry commutes to and from work, no yellow alert for tuesday. wednesday still clouds and drizzle. still on the fence to issue a weather alert for wednesday, a pretty gloom pi day, we will concentrate on the commute and let you know about wednesday tomorrow. some temps on wednesday will be in the 60s in the burrbes. 8 is on friday and 87 on saturday and in fact heading for 90 on sunday. little heat heading our way. comfortable, low to mid-60s, but
showers across the bay, a couple sprinkles across the divide. a couple showers in the forecast tomorrow, but still need your shades, especially eastbound on 66. by 9:00, still dry, upper 60s, lump time, a -- lunchtime, a few showers up by martinsburg, pretty nice afternoon, and by 6:00, a couple showers getting the northwest flow. notice all green, no yellow, no red, nothing heavy at all tomorrow and few and far between. to # 9% a dry -- 99% dry travel home. winds will set the stage for a cloudy and gloomy wednesday with rain. tonight mostly cloudy and comfortable, couple showers possible. winds
orr day planner, little bit of sun by 9:00, partly sunny, 76 by 1:00. keep it dry, drizzles later and 74, few clouded on thursday, albeit cool. and then friday night, 81, maybe an isolated storm. don't plan around that. and that's back in town. makeup game for the o's. can't make it to the ballpark, if you can't make it, catch it on sunday. a hero at work, a driver in illinois suffers a seizure, runs a red light, crosses into traffic. our hero stops and jumps into the window and saves the day. peru,ee
the horns run through a crowd, dozens got hurt. >> and russia, holy cow they do it right. driving through mud, foam, and flames. but there is a method to the madness. the aim is to get kids interested in farming. >> that's an interesting way. colbert says no tractor races tonight, but here is what he does have. >> hey, everybody, we got kevin heart tonight. kevin, do you know to do a -- do you know to do a promote -- do
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have no chance. mason grew up out of richmond, virginia. washington is in need of another guard to backup. taking on the dodgers, this game just under way. 3-0 in the bottom of the fourth. without the services of jason wert, he is on the 10-day disabled injury with a beard injury -- looks like he hurt his foot. we will be back in a couple weeks. and why are we already talking about being a free agent? pete gamman went on the radio and said people have told him that harper would prefer to play for the cubs and ended saying the cubs probably can't afford him and it will never happen, but way to start some stuff. personally picturing bryce is
you cheat death. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. número uno! me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia.
all right, take us home. >> not that bad tomorrow, clouds to start, a little sun, couple showers, not yellow alert worthy. wednesday, a couple showers and get ready, it's coming next week. >> summer is here. >> that's it for us. ed colbert is next with kevin heart. >> ♪ >> ♪ nothing performs like a tempur-pedic. and now is the best time to buy one. now through june 11th, save $600 when you buy select tempur-pedic mattress sets. find your exclusive retailer at tempurpedic.com.
he's somebody who says,. i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful, i'm gonna make change to make this economy work better for hardworking families. that's who he is. i'm tom perriello, and as governor i'll fight to make sure every virginian gets a fair shot, that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values. z2e2gz z1a2z