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Jul 2, 2017 5:00pm PDT
and rescue center was captured sliding down a muddy hill in china. they think it's a blast. it is a good remindser for us all to do something just for the sheer joy of it. that is the correct position to be when you see an elephant sliding down a hill, from behind the elephant, not in front of the elephant. >>> all right. that's it for abc7 news at 5:00. thank you for your time. i'm eric withdrew and shu. we'll see you again at 6:00. >>> tonight, the outlandish video sent out by the president, showing him knocking down and punching a man who's a stand-in for cnn. is it comedy or a threat to the media? and is settling scores taking over president trump's agenda? >>> breaking news. engine on fire. the frightening scene on the runway. passengers rushed off the plane. flames shooting from the engine. >>> trapped. the deadly home explosion and the scene of destruction. the blast happening as workers were trying to repair a gas leak. >>> breaking news in that road rage killing. a suspect turning himself in. police say they found the weapon he used to shoot that 18-year-old girl. >>> assau
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Jul 3, 2016 5:00pm PDT
across the bay area. buyer beware. >> abc7 news what at strand francisco as china basin where preparations are underway for the city's legal fireworks show tomorrow night. crews spent hours today setting up launch toupees on three different barges. tomorrow night, silicon valley technology will help propel one. >> fired electronically, a computer based program. >> this laos year's show. fireworks begin at 9:30 tomorrow evening and rockets will launch from barges near peer 39 and aquatic park. >>> people who want to report illegal fireworks in san jose can do so online. there's a form on the web site. the address is one your screen and an app where people can confidently report illegal fireworks. all fireworks are illegal in many bay area cities including san jose, oakland, and san francisco. >> we made it easy for you to find all the legal fireworks displays in the bay area. head to tower web site, abc7news.com to a link to the list. >>> other news. fire investigators trying to figure out whether a fire in eastern contra costa county was set deliberately or was a wildfire as a
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May 29, 2016 5:00pm PDT
-per-hour and hit a target over the great wall of china, bull's eye, human bull's eye. that does it for us here at abc7 news at 5. thank you for your time. i'm eric thomas. for drew tuma, rick quan, thank you for inviting us into your homes. see you at 6:00. >>> welcome to "world news tonight." the gripping video and new eyewitness accounts from that frantic zoo emergency. a 4-year-old boy plunges into the gorilla enclosure. the 400-pound animal grabs him and runs off. >> mommy's right here. >> tonight, what zoo workers say they had to do to keep the boy alive. >>> neighborhood shootout. >> get in your house! >> two gunmen start firing in the middle of a residential area. at least eight victims shot, one killed. the intense hunt to take down the shooters. >>> breaking news. shark attack. a boy bitten in shallow water. how the entire beach came to his rescue. >>> deadly flooding. record rain over the holiday weekend. mandatory evacuations under way. families pulled from flooded homes. the danger at some beaches this memorial day. >>> and, driven to distraction.
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Apr 30, 2017 5:00pm PDT
wishes of china by launching a missile and the decision to do so was bad. out in president is come flg fire for inviting filipino president duterte to the white house. he is an authoritarian leader accused of human rights. >> we need cooperation at some level with as many partners in the area as we can get to make sure that we have our ducks in a row. >> meanwhile over the weekend, trump skipped the annual white house correspondents dinner where the president is normally the guest of honor. >> they are gather had together for the white house correspondents dinner without the president. >> reporter: instead web staged a rally, 100 miles away in pennsylvania. touting his accomplishments. >> we are keeping one promise after another and frankly, the people are really happy about it. >> reporter: one of the big campaign promises from his first 100 days, still on his mind. the president tweeting sunday morning that health care plan is on its way. we'll have much lower premiums and deductibles while at the same time taking care of preexisting conditions. but democrats are not so sure. >> he t
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Aug 21, 2016 5:00pm PDT
tournament featuring china's national pastime. >> i'm drew tuma. the calendar may say august but it is feeling like october this afternoon. we'll take a look at how long the cool temperatures l >>> today the last day of summer break for students at oakland unified schools. the school area starts tomorrow. the district superintendent will visit six schools as children return to class. under a new state law student width incomplete or missing immunization records cannot register or attend encloseses. >>> volunteers spent sunday make sure deserving students are prepared for the start of the school year. we were at the international house in berkeley where 250 people assembled thousands of school supply and dental kits worth a quarter million dollars. corporate sponsors donated everything. local nonprofit, packages the kids kids kids and will them to local school districts. >> everything from the essentials to white boards and art supplies and construction paper, everything that third kids need. >> the sixth consecutive year k to college has been assembling the kits tsunami. artists got
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Apr 2, 2016 5:00pm PDT
. >>> what witnesses say likely caused this massive pileup on a road in china. >>> no cars allowed. the city that it banning driving one day a month. >>> i'm meteorologist drew tuma. sunshine this afternoon. temperatures feeling like spring, but shortly we'll get a preview of summer. the rising numbers ahead in the accuweatherforecast. >>> a small plane crashed into a car on the freeway in san diego county, killing one person, happened this morning on interstate 15 near fallbrook. a woman in the car died, five other victims taken to the hospital. no word on what caused the plane too crash. >>> in china two people died in more than 30 were hurt in massive highway pileup. take a look at all the mangled vehicles. two trucks collided and overturned which caused the crash of three buss and 20 cars. withs say it was raining heavily and the road was slippery when the accident happened. >>> mexico city take innovative measures to fight the worst pollution in the world. all cars are now banned from the road once a month. starting next week vehicles must be idle one saturday a month through
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Apr 2, 2017 5:00pm PDT
diplomatic skills, a critical meeting with china's president at mar-a-lago. abc news, washington. >>> california's getting another infusion of cash do help with storm-related damage like the pfeiffer bridge that you see here at big sur. it's damaged beyond repair due to heavy winter rains. the trump administration announced it will extend disaster funds. earlier funds were approved for leaks and flooding in january. the latest declaration will make aid available to 32 counties where rains called sinking and flooding. >>> the three eastbound lanes will be closed through 2:00 p.m. drivers are expected to encounter delays. >>> tonight a break in a case. police in chicago make an arrest and are crediting facebook for making that happen. >>> and if you own a ford truck, you might want to use that emergency brake. details on a recall covering more than 50,000 vehicles. >>> our summertime weather continued today, and there lawi be more to enjoy in the days ahead. coming up. >>> to developing news in colombia where the search is on for hundreds of missing people following a massive mudsl
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Nov 6, 2016 5:00pm PST
pictures that are nearly a century old. >> a big top over the san francisco waterfront. we were in china basin when crews helped raise the massive tent for cirque du soleil. it takes eight days to set it up and they will debut november 17 in with the u.s. premiere. not to be cop -- confused with louisiana. thank you for joining us, see you at 6:00. >>> tonight, breaking news. on the eve of this election, the new fbi bombshell. the fbi director now clearing hillary clinton, after reviewing the newly discovered e-mails. both trump and clinton in the air when the news breaks. the cameras waiting. what she said, as clinton takes the stage with lebron james. and with just two days to go, our brand new tracking poll. where the race stands right now. >>> also, the serial killer confession. the woman kidnapped, discovered chained in a storage shed. tonight, the suspect leading authorities to several more bodies. >>> the fiery explosion in an apartment complex, bursting into flames. the race to save families inside. >>> the search for the mother, last seen
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Jul 30, 2017 5:00pm PDT
accusing china of doing nothing. >>> white house chaos. day one for the new chief of staff after a series of shake-ups.
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Jan 8, 2017 5:00pm PST
tuesday and wednesday. >>> when we come back, sports is next. a little chinaing of the guard? >> a little surprise over on the cal campus with the football >>> a bit of a surprise another cal camp tuesday boo as sonny dykes was relieves of his duties. he had a 19-30 record, one winning season and one bowl victory, but they fell to 5-7 last year. his defense was one of the worst in the nation. he was openly interviewing for others jobs the past two weeks and mike williams decided it was time to pull the plug. he thanked coach dykes for his tenure, but it was never a good fit. the timing not ideal for find ago quality candidate as the offensive coordinator becomes an interim head coach. >>> wild card weekend concludes. two more games today. we kick off in the frozen tundra of green bay. they did not mind the 13 degree weather bev the game. never give ach record engineers a hail mary attempt in the playoffs. 4 it yards to randall cobb, are you kidding me? third quarter, eli manning through for 299 yards. 41 right down the middle to tavares king. but then it was all rodgers and cobb. c
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Jun 5, 2015 5:00pm EDT
employees. white house is backing away from comments that link this attack to china. instead, it is heavying criticism at congress, blaming the lawmakers for failing to pass cyber security legislation. obama administration proposed in january. leon: yahoo! getting ready to downsize. the website says it plans to shut down maps at the end of the month. the company says it is part of the plan to focus on content and the communication tool and the search business. wile yahoo! scales back google expands. check out what you can see with the company update to the mapping software. you can go underwater. 70 views from 40 different underwater locations have been added to the site. you can search everything from ship wrecks to humpback whales. part of a lead up to the world ocean day on monday. alison: let's check on the traffic with jamie sullivan. jamie: we have slow spots. this is 95 sorry, not 66. but 66 is slow. 95 is as well. this is a traffic working your way south near dunfree. this is normal congestion. no crashes. the's slowing for you to get into virginia and maryland is heavy. on
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Jun 3, 2015 5:00pm EDT
today to try to find any survivors to the capsized ship in china. leon: days after this chaplain went public with the flame against the flight attendant, now the airline is responding. alison: first doubling down. why the pentagon thinks there may be more live anthrax out there than originally thought. puerto rico's healthcare system is on life support... putting three and a half million puerto ricans at risk. it's an outrage. puerto ricans are us citizens and pay the same medicare taxes, but receive only half the federal healthcare funding as the other 50 states. the headlis tell the story.... "unfair treatment from washington"... ds without medications"... "it's a crisis that could imperil the whole economy." president obama must act now to protect care for three and a half million u.s. citizens. before it's too late... alison: new story out of the pentagon. there may have been more shipment of anthrax than first thought. karen travers looks at the growing concern. karen: the pentagon admitted the live anthrax shipped around the country and overseas is a far bigger problem than firs
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Dec 16, 2013 5:00pm EST
facility in china is allowing in to hugpay to come one of the cubs. the normally solitary creatures are becoming accustomed to human contact, which is to be thought something that would be impossible to be. >> you imagine all the people around here that would like to get their arms around a panda cub? >> the line would be a long one. >> the nsa issue will not stop. a judge rules the and is a surveillance program -- rules the nsa surveillance program is unconstitutional. what that means for your rights. african sign language interpreter is accused of murdering two men. why he did not go to jail. >> good deal. .ut send it out to doug hill >> 36 degrees above the -- degrees with mostly cloudy skies above arlington. shows it coming across chicago, lower indiana. that is an upper air disturbance that is destined for our area tomorrow. or lightme wintry mix showers. they call it a clipper because it will clip by us. you may find a couple of inches in spots, but for most of our area, just a few patches of light snow and i will do it for the overnight. 25-31 degrees by tomorrow morning. skies w
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Feb 11, 2015 5:00pm EST
along"? >>e president ford flew over to china for his first official visit as president. >> tonight ransom and her teammates are being honored for playing their part in world history. >> media coverage was phenomenal! >> the chinese team was victorious. >> the game was quite physical. >> but the way giggy sees it the world was the biggest winner. all thanks to the game of basketball. >> those involved in sports really have a very high influence influence. >> come over to play this sport here in this country. >> absolutely. amazing. good stuff, man. good stuff. we'll be right back. i know grandma's house isn't the most exciting, but it's only for a few hours. look what i've got. when you get verizon fios, you get beautiful hd picture quality, super fast internet, and america's most reliable network. so you won't miss a second of that movie, that game they love, or those moments with family. can we sleep over? please! come on! make your house the house. you get more from verizon fios the tv service rated #1 in hd picture quality and signal reliability based on customer satisfaction st
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Apr 30, 2015 5:00pm EDT
since last weekend's earthquake in nepal. in china, the climbing has been shut down for the rest of the spring season. at least 6,130 people died in that quake and in the avalanche. nearly 14,000 others were injured. suzanne kennedy is at the live desk and has a look at the role that fairfax county's task force one played in a dramatic rescue just this morning. suzanne? suzanne: leon this elite team has conducted search and rescue operations in places such as japan and haiti but now they are in nepal and five days into their deployment, the successful rescue of a young man. through the streets of kathmandu, a rescue team is rushed to medical care pulled from the rubble weekend earthquake by members of fairfax county's urban search & rescue team. >> he had been trapped for five days in a very tight space. a piece of concrete was supported by a motorcycle that turned over. that motorcycle prevented that concrete from crushing him. reporter: the team was trapped under a seven story building. it shows the boy being carried out on a stretcher his face covered in dust. later, in the hospi
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Jun 9, 2015 5:00pm EDT
countries like china and russia are willingly paying triple for certain u.s. cars. prosecutors charge us a sales manager at the viewership to sell crimes like fraud and forgery. manhattan imported cars the scene of an alleged crime that wrapped around the globe. a woman purchased a white range rover in her name and sold out $75,000 for the high-end s.u.v. but had it shipped from rockville to china where it sold for $225,000.
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Dec 10, 2013 5:00pm EST
. regardless, people from countries that sometimes conflict, china, afghanistan, iran. the theme was togetherness. stood for, mandela the ties that bind the human spirit. africa. a word in south [applause] i were they captured his greatest gift. recognition we all are bound together. [no audio] >> one other thing, security. the precautions they were taking with all of these dignitaries, we talked about this. we were struck by the absolute lack of any obvious security. anyone can walk into any time. no pat downs, no metal detectors. it was interesting to see so many people. nowere fortunate there were problems. >> we didn't see one person get a check. that part of the story is not over yet. things now are pretty much over in johannesburg. now what is [indiscernible] >> thank you. in southore back africa coming up in the next half-hour. >> an alarming case in accused of a sex crime against a student. >> a family missing in the mountains for two days in temperatures below zero, found alive. >> the court case over a $40 speed camera that could lead to more drivers getting out of tickets.
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Jul 10, 2015 5:00pm EDT
point the finger at china and join the millions of how to protect themselves. >> how much will it cost? >> i don't have numbers in front of me. i'm not sure that the n
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Nov 10, 2014 5:00pm EST
performers. impressive to most makes up this group from china. >> asked likely on a, carrie underwood, all of those folks likethere he echo -- acts rihanna, carrie underwood, all those folks over there? >> i'm sorry. >> hundreds of thousands of others who are familiar with the acts are expected to gather on the mall starting at 10 a.m. was for an update of 10,000 people. december 3 of the residents booked room at a nearby hotel. but few realize it will still be a mess come tomorrow. x but for a good purpose. -- >> but for a good purpose. and coming down here for the rehearsals, you will see plenty of big acts throughout the night. here in theson was last hour performing on stage. can do it without the crowds. as for the clouds, road closures begin at 6:00 a.m. and the metro will adjusted schedule tomorrow. i know you have bang bang stuck in your head. >> pardon? i didn't hear you. >> [laughter] beck's will talk to you about that later. said, traffic problems -- as candace gives -- not all the streets, but many downtown will be close through the concert. metro has altered its train schedule
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Sep 10, 2014 5:00pm EDT
moved from china at the age of six, art is what helped her with the difficult transition. >> i really wanted to bring art to help out reach for these kids. >> being kids themselves has made it easier for them to be able to connect. >> we understand what they are going through, and we can relate to them. childrenly have the benefited, but so have the three team leaders. i've learned a lot of stories. i hope these skills stay with them. running that program is a lot of work, but the three girls say they see that is doing art with the kids. they are looking for some enthusiastic teenagers to join them and continue color a heart when they have -- when they had off to college next year. >> coming up next on abc 7 news at 5:00, 7 on your side get some results after its investigation into deck daddy complaints. saysorth carolina father >> our 7 on your side investigation into a local deck resurfacing company profits maryland regulators to pursue criminal charges against the company's owner. >> he denies wrongdoing, but since our first report, we have continued to receive complaints from cons
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May 11, 2015 5:00pm EDT
recovering from a dramatic stage collapse in china over the weekend. watch this video. it was caught on camera. 80 singers were rehearsing for a competition on saturday. they were on stage for 20 seconds when the stage suddenly gave way. the performers fell 15 feet. eight people were injured. but luckily everyone survived. leon: that is scary looking. alison: incredible video. leon: the sirge -- injury list is only eight people. lucky for them. coming up at "abc7 news at 5:00" -- paying the price. gas prices in the area mark a milestone as we get closer to the busy summer travel season. alison: then later you heard it first on 7 this weekend. now hear reaction to the pick to lead the university of the district of columbia. leon: new at 6:00 marking two weeks since the riots in baltimore, what could happen as they struggle to rebuild what was lost th leon: breaking news now out of the nfl which is going to have major repercussions throughout the sporting world of the decision that was just handed down to suspend tom brady for the first four games of the upcoming season. the new
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Oct 13, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. surveillance video in china captured a bounce house flipping over, injuring 14. a dust devil in nevada launched an inflatable slide 300 feet, injuring two. experts say these attractions must be supervised and always securely staked into the ground. we now know what caused a deadly accident on halloween hayride attraction in maine. a mechanical problem caused a jeep that was pulling a wagon full of passengers to careen down a steep hill and slam into a tree. one teenager was killed. with the 20 other people were injured in that saturday night crash. the fire marshal is looking at whether the wagon was overloaded in that could have caused the problem. >> see what family-friendly airline seats could look like >>. dick'sy the ceo of sporting good is apologizing to a 12-year-old girl. a husband and wife were turned away from a golf course because he i >> a local couple that has golf their way up and down the east coast says they were discriminated against by a coursely-owned a in prince george's county. >> they say it was because of a wheelchair. golf, you have no choice but to face the tea
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Jun 16, 2015 5:00pm EDT
of the office of personnel management testified at a house hearing this afternoon. china is denying claims that the nation was behind that attack. kimberly: last time we checked in with jamie sun glare was a problem. what is going on now? jamie: of course, it still is. we are seeing that in a few different areas. i want to begin with alexandria. you see police on scene, flashing lights. this the area that is blocked off now. you have the yellow tape in place. north quaker lane at dogwood because of a motorcycle accident that went in the building. let's give you a better idea of where this is. we move to the map you can see this is in the area, this is 395. this is just southwest southeast of 395. no issues yet. we will probably start to see it build closed throughout. possibly even the evening rush. but right now we just have the one area. 395 has a solid red line working closer in the d.c. area. of course heading outbound on 395. pretty typical. this solid red line has you at 12 miles per hour. that is your average from before the springfield interchange, continuing on the outer lo
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Mar 25, 2015 5:00pm EDT
been recalled. that company is based in virginia but their laminate is made in china. now, lumber liquidators maintains their flooring is safe and they're cooperating fully with the feds and gave some of their testing data to the agency. customers, though are still concerned including eve murphy. we talked to her recently. she told us once she moves into a house where that kind of laminate flooring from lumber liquidators was installed, she got very sick. we took out samples of her flooring and sent them away for testing. we are still waiting on the results. we're expecting them in the next day or two and the cpsc says it will be doing its own testing. right now, the consumer products safety commission says it is focused solely on chinese made flooring from lumber liquidators but agency says their investigation could expand. we're keeping an eye on the investigation, too. as soon as we get the results of our own laminate testing, we'll bring them to you. joce sterman, abc 7 news. leon: thank you, joce. thank you for joining us. that's it for abc 7 news at 5:00. alison: but abc 7 n
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Feb 4, 2015 5:00pm EST
partnership to flourish. >> the girls have learned a lot about the world as the family traveled to china to find a manufacturer and the whole process has taught them the power of an idea. >> i think that all kids can really do is they want to -- if they have an idea, they should stick with it. it might end up in a really good idea. >> their dad says he hopes they've also learned another important lesson. >> you can teach your kids to try to pay it forward. at the end of the day, we need more people to kind of help out. >> and that's right. that's what they're doing. so far it has raised $13,000 for autism organizations. and the impact is growing. they're being sold now by amazon and he says he's been contracted by companies in south america and europe to sell bracket ears there as well. as a condition, the firms have to donate at least 10% of the proceeds to a charity of their choice. they are continuing to pay it forward. >> that is fantastic. >> love it. >> good for them. >> coming up next here on abc 7 news at 5:00 new problems for d.c.'s streetcar. the new concern over a critical part o
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Feb 17, 2015 5:00pm EST
you some celebrations out there across the globe ahead of thursday's lunar new year in china dozens of colorful lanterns are being set up for the upcoming spring festival festival. >> they include a dragon birds and rams. there are even images of lotus blossoms floating on a lake nearby. >> perfect setup for this one. >> that's right. great video tweeted out by smithsonian this morning showing bow-bow, everybody's favorite playing in the snow. when we asked the national zoo for more information about, it the video was from the last snowstorm, not today. >> that's ok. because that was the way for this zoo to tell people that they'll be open for business today and also gave us an excuse to send our caroline tucker out there to see which animals were enjoying today's weather. >> with a fresh blanket of snow covering the national zoo -- >> it sometimes takes coaxing to get some animals outside. >> good girl! >> a bamboo tree convinced bow-bow's mom to trapse through the snow. to the delight of visitors. >> it brings out the youth in them. it's fun. >> i think it's really cool seeing the
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Feb 23, 2015 5:00pm EST
expect that to be sometime in early march. she's expected to go to china when she turns 2 years old. >> what a cutie. monday morning did not start with postings on pandas. bao bao, or any other animals for some facebook users. the social network was down for two hours for users on the east coast and in the midwest. the company isn't commenting what may have caused the interruption. >> it might be nice for something to interrupt the cold weather here. might be nice for us a little bit? >> maybe by wednesday we'll warm it up to 40 degrees for one day. but yeah the short term six to seven days it will stay on the cold side. let's get started right now with current temperatures around the area. mostly in the 20's now after mid 30's earlier in many spots. 27 in frederick. down to 22 in hagerstown and 19 in cumberland. colder air is on the way being accompanied by gusty winds, arctic front and that's driving the wind chills from 9 degrees in hagerstown to 13 in gaithersburg. 15 near andrews and 18 at reagan national. by tomorrow morning, these are the air temperatures. winds will be much
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Jan 21, 2015 5:00pm EST
recognizance. it stems from an incident january 13th at the p.n.c. bank in china town. his arrest warrant says barry tried to withdraw $20,000 from an account that was already $2,000 overdrawn. and when the teller refused, the defendant became upset, began to curse, and stated words to the effect of "i'm going to have someone meet you when you get off. better yet i'm going around the corner and coming back." christopher is the son of the late marion barry who died in november. the son is among the more than 20 candidates trying to win the father's vacant council seat. >> i have the most experience as far as being the d.c. resident as far as being a ward eight resident, life long. >> today, the 34-year-old barry said nothing as he left d.c. superior court. today's arrest was christopher barry's fifth time being incarcerated for a misdemeanor in the past eight months. he's on probation from a previous arrest and a judge told him today to report to his probation officer within 48 hours. barry's release requires him to stay away from the p.n.c. bank and to come back here to court on february 13th.
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Jun 4, 2015 5:00pm EDT
pregnant. leon: crews are now preparing to write a ship in china. the operations have shifted from finding survivors to salvaging the ship and retrieving bodies inside. the death toll is now at 77. 360 people still missing are believed to be trapped inside. 14 people have been rescued, including the captain engineer who are in custody. flooding in ghana's capital set off a huge explosion at a gas station. 73 people were killed. this happened as dozens sought shelter at the station and nearby shops to get away from torrential rains. the country's president called the death toll catastrophic and said steps will be taken make sure this cannot happen again. alison: the fight against drunk driving. >> of breath-based system and a touch-based system. the breath technology makes the driver breathe into a sensor. alison: it is called the driver alcohol system. it uses a number of systems to determine if a driver has alcohol levels above .08. it will keep the car from moving altogether. the conference is held today in lawmakers reaffirm their commitment to stopping drunk drivers here. leon: jamie,
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Jan 1, 2015 5:00pm EST
stampede at a new year's celebration in china. >> and a double challenge recovery crews are facing in that search for air asia flight 8501. >> here's what's coming up in primetime right here on abc 7. i know grandma's house isn't the most exciting, but it's only for a few hours. look what i've got. when you get verizon fios, you get beautiful hd picture quality; super fast internet, and america's most reliable network. so you won't miss a second of that movie, that game they love, or those moments with family. can we sleep over? please! come on! make your house the house when you get more guaranteed from verizon fios, with tv service rated #1 in hd picture quality and signal reliability based on customer satisfaction studies, plus america's fastest, most reliable internet. get a price quote in writing and professional installation from a highly trained verizon technician. hurry now to get an incredible offer that can't be beat. get a fios triple play online for just 79.99 a month - a price guaranteed for two whole year plus get all our premium channels included for two years, and a $400 bo
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Mar 10, 2014 5:00pm EDT
? thelmost two thirds of passengers are chinese. china's intelligence agency playing a major role in the investigation. the search area widened to a 100 nautical mile radius as authorities prepared for the news they feared most. was it a catastrophic mechanical failure? quite possibly. looking back at the stolen passports, this is what we know. only a handful of countries withchecked passports inner pole. of those that do, the united states leads the way. reporting live, jennifer donelan, abc 7 news. >> thank you, jennifer. charged with insurance fraud -- prosecutors say he scheme she was involved in again in july when she filed an insurance claim for a water leak at her home. prosecutors say that there was no damage. and the letter was sent in the supervisor did not exist. >> some people want the train for the purple line to pay up before i can do business in t he state. it wants to pay up to holocaust survivors. or as homes is in annapolis to say why. horace? holocaustar-old survivor was scheduled to testify today, but he died over the weekend. his family asked that the hearings go on
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Jul 17, 2015 5:00pm EDT
china has been taught to write her name for the first time. the former vegetable vendor never received a formal education. very few people in the village she grew up were even literate. last month she took a ten-day literacy group and she has managed 100 chinese characters and she can now write her name. congratulations. kellye: good for her. jonathan: coming up on the "abc7 news at 5:00" -- check your freezer. the brand of chicken recall. we will tell you about it. why you might need to get it out of your box. >> ten months after crashing his car into this tree. driving drunk. up next how fast he was going and how much alcohol was in his system. kellye: then ahead at 6:00 a big chance coming to the northern virginia express lane. a big change. what drivers will see before they get on the h.o.v. and th kellye: 119 miles per hour. that is how fast a teenager told a judge he was driving before crashing while drunk. jonathan: a wreck that happened last summer and killed a 15-year-old high school student. montgomery county reporter kevin lewis has today's guilty plea. what happene
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Apr 8, 2015 5:00pm EDT
china. >> every subject that they learned, it teaches math it teaches history. it's a part of everything in their lives. leon: and the boys grow in other ways. >> i was very very very shy when i joined. but she challenged me and gave me a solo. >> boosted my confidence by a lot. getting up on stage and singing in front of all those people. >> here i feel free to do what i want with no one getting in my way! feel free to fly! leon: the 18-year-old is in college now but continues to sing with the choir and help out. >> it's like an extension of who i am. i can't imagine my life without it. leon: and stewart can't imagine her life without them. >> i feel like all of them are like my own children. leon: eleanor stewart says her greatest reward is seeing those boys go on and grow up and become successful later in life. now, if you'd like to you can hear the d.c. boys choir perform at their annual spring concert on june 7th and then later in the summer they'll be feeling free to fly again because they'll be going overseas and singing in italy. alison? alison: good for them leon than
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Feb 19, 2015 5:00pm EST
goat. would you believe it? there's been quite a controversy over this in china with state media and scholars weighing in. >> so no matter which animal you think the answer well the zodiac sign signals people born this yearhetic. and artistic. >> call it the year of the broken thermometer. >> that's what it is around here. >> well, if there's search for good news good news is the coldest part of the air mass is coming tomorrow morning. and that will be out of here. so that's -- >> a little relief. >> best news.ttle bit of relief. >> coming tomorrow and today is going to feel like summer by comparison. >> winds will ease up a little bit by comparison. obviously you're familiar with seeing the ice all over the place but the cloud, we have a few snow flurries and maybe a couple of snow showers we're dealing with in a couple of spots as the reinforcing push of this arctic air arrives tonight. that's why we're so confident we'll see some areas get below zero. skies will clear. so these little clouds and flurries only temporary. in fact the doppler radar shows a few areas here and there wi
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Jan 12, 2015 5:00pm EST
information. internal pentagon documents focusing on places like korea and china. even revealing closely guarded contact information for senior retired u.s. army generals. along with the threat -- we know everything about you your wives, your children. plus this threat. american soldiers we are coming. watch your back. it took until 1:09 p.m. for the pentagon to shut down the account. in the mean time centcom's you tube page had been hacked and now is shut down. now, leon and alison keep in mind that many of these retired generals targeted in the attacks still live in the washington area and today, a spokesperson for the fairfax county police told us that they began working immediately with their federal counterparts to quickly put into place new safety and security measures for these generals impacted and threatened but, of course, they declined to elaborate any further on those new security measures. reporting live in the newsroom rebecca cooper abc 7 not news. >> thank you. you can count on abc 7 to keep track of the investigation of this incident and any potential fallout from it. we
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Feb 13, 2015 5:00pm EST
p.n.c. bank in china town when a teller refused to cash a check. the bank said barry didn't have the funds to cover it. we spoke to barry's lawyer outside the courthouse today. >> we just that everyone take their time and give them the right that everyone deserves which is presumed innocent until proven guilty. >> well christopher barry is a candidate for his late father's d.c. council seat and he told reporters he is still in the race. >> you know we don't often get to hear from people who survive a plane crash when the plane is completely destroyed. mainly because there are rarely many survivors in those kinds of instances. today, the pilot of a plane that went down is talking about going through such a harrowing experience. maryland bureau chief brad bell rather, has a story that you'll see only on 7. >> after five days in the hospital, jeff barnett hobbled home today with lots of stitches, a few broken bones and an incredible story to tell. >> we lost power at about 250 feet. shortly after takeoff. afternoon, barnett is at the controls of the small two seater plane he owns with h
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