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Apr 19, 2015 11:35pm EDT
potentially flooding conditions through the morning shaded in green, the district, fairfax, prince george's county, all the way to the blue ridge. small creeks and streams are normally the areas, if you see a rapid accumulation of water come you have to watch for that. tomorrow it will be rainy you will need the umbrella but short sleeves because the air temperatures will be in the 70's. tomorrow afternoon, watch the skies to the west as we could have severe weather come in. looks like the temperature trend the next seven days will be heading down. near 80 degrees tomorrow, but the middle portions of the week and the later half of the week, highs only in the lower 60's. tonight, mid 40's, even 30's possible in the suburbs. kimberly: but we are drying out the second half of the week. friday at georgetown university was all about raising the shades. about two dozen students joined 40,000 people across the country to shave their heads and raise money for childhood cancer research. more than 100 people turned out for the festivities. it included food, music, and a silent auction. the popular ga
ABC
Aug 15, 2015 11:30pm EDT
george's county school board member accused of working the system to get free lunches for her child. brad bell first brought the story last month when the criminal investigation started. now he has developments. school lunchleged from fraud came to light in april when according to this e-mail obtained by abc 7 news, a federal investigator informed the school system school board member lynn monday was among several government accountability office employees "receiving free lunch despite earning salaries much greater than the 133% of poverty rate," which is the threshold to qualify. it goes onto say that monday listed no income in 2011 and 2012. she currently works as a management analyst at the gao and according to sources earns nearly $100,000 per year. >> that's crazy, people trying to beat the system. brad: that reaction typical of people learning the charges today. for ane is no excuse individual coming the income in from a federal government job, and now a county job? she gets what she deserves. prince george's county grand jury indicted monday and five others for theft, fraud,
ABC
Apr 16, 2016 11:30pm EDT
emotional scene outside of engine company 30. prince george's county firefighters mourning one of the rhÔne come a tough loss. firefighter paramedic john ulmschneider gunned down in the line of duty. new details emerging about the deadly incident friday night. firefighters responded to a home on sharon road in temple hills. the brother homeowner called 911, thinking there was a medical emergency. identifiednders themselves and knocked loudly three times before deciding to enter the home. >> i heard them banging on the door. suddenly the banging on the door stopped and the gunshots rang out, like 6, 7 gunshots. roz: the homeowner shot the two firefighters and his own brother. >> he was in pain. he was asking for help. nobody could get to him at that moment. they eventually got him to roll and crawled down the steps, through the driveway, and into an area of the street where they could get him and carry him to the truck. roz: the police took in the homeowner for questioning, but released him and he does not currently face charges. the case is still being investigated. some neighbors be
ABC
Jun 11, 2016 11:00pm EDT
montgomery county, prince george's, and howard county's, involving a three-story apartment holding with fire on the third floor. a kitchen. who were in the swimming pool noticed smoke and started banging on doors. a neighbor grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran into a smoke-filled apartment before the firefighters arrived, and here is how he described what happened next. >> you could see the black smoke coming from beneath the door. andst pulled the pin started spraying into the kitchen. i was coughing a little bit. i said i was ok. i was holding my breath. roz: firefighters say the damage was largely contained to the one unit because they were able to attack it quickly. we saw some of the chart appliances, in indication of how fast the flames were moving. the apartment is sealed off tonight with yellow tape. that is the only unit right now that has family cannot be in there tonight. they got the other families back damage was pretty minor, all because of the quick thinking that got the neighbors out quickly and the one hero neighbor who try to put the fire out and did a pretty good job
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