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>> in about 90 minutes now, president will address the nation about the san bernardino shooting in the war on terror. rum formeruncement president jimmy carter -- how it involves his title against cancer. and a scare in the district -- what forced several possesses to evacuate for hours. the news starts now. announcer: now, abc seven news at 6:30 -- on your side. >> it is a rare move by president obama -- he will address the nation from the oval office. the topic is terrorism in the wake of last week shooting in san bernardino. reporter: we have gunshots.
attack is wrestling -- is wrestle withe to homegrown terror threats, causing president obama to give an oval office address to a shaking a some. >> he will talk about what we have done not only since 9/11 but what we have done since paris to keep america safe. president and the fbi are investigating whether the two shooters reached out to isis or other radicals before the attack. of people hundreds running down leads all over the world trying to understand the electronic record around these two killers. reporter: the fbi also raided the home of the man believed to have some plied the couple with a high-powered rifle used in the attack that killed 14 people. woke up -- i woke up to a loud speaker phone saying get
out. >> i -- heard the doors being broken down. mark has checked himself into a mental hospital shortly after. a reconstruction team is retracing every bullet fired in the room. >> it was scary. really come a really scary. i saw two bodies laying on the floor in a puddle of love. reporter: tonight, the president speaks as the fbi agents around the world are urgently hiding for answers. -- hunting for answers. kimberly: you can watch president obama address tonight here and look for the latest developments on the air and online at wjla.com. we have an update now to a story you saw first on seven -- the interim superintendent from the summary county public schools
announce a plan to retest all schools for radon. learnedes after we children and 28 schools are being exposed to dangerous amounts of raid on it addition, new program will be developed with guidance from the atf and other networks. the results will be posted on the school district's websites. we will follow these developments and have more for you coming up at 11. former president jimmy carter announcing today he is cancer free. carter telling a sunday school class he teaches in georgia that is most recent brain scan showed no signs of melanoma. former president started treatment in august for melanoma that had spread from his liver to his blame. -- to his brain. airplane wasn's forced to make an emergency landing after the lane blew a tire after takeoff. fortunately, no one was hurt.
hand grenade of a forced customers to evacuate several businesses along georgia avenue in northwest d.c.. ashley coleman is live with the developments. who would bring a hand grenade to a police station? they say the person just wanted to dispose of it safely, but that forced police to shut down this is the section of georgia avenue and evacuate nearby businesses. on sunday, iturs was not safe to shop at walmart and other businesses in northwest d.c. >> we had to wait because someone said there was a live grenade. reporter: that hand grenade was brought to the district for station around 10:00 on sunday morning. police had to evacuate the station along with nearby stores, restaurants and homes on
part of georgia avenue and peabody street northwest. at first, families did not understand what was happening. >> it was a matter of confusion. people were coming out and we were trying to figure out why we couldn't go in. andrter: they and others enough waiting on the other side of the police tape for hours until it was safe. >> am trying to get my christmas packages sent. i worked during the week and this is my only off day. evacuation order was lifted by 2:30 this afternoon. checking the weather, a lovely end to the weekend and for the first night of hanukkah, but get ready for a cold start to the work week. devon lucie has a look at your forecast. devon: we will discuss the very -- you can catch a
piece of the sunset tonight. sunset.a look at a you can catch me at abc 7 devon. -- temperatures this morning frigid and culpeper and manassas. highs, lower to mid 50's today. are set for more temperatures like this -- lowe's tomorrow out of town with washington suburbs in the mid-to upper 20's. those hats,l need gloves, heavy coats and some -- the averagede is down to the upper 40's. we will talk about a couple of sprinkles possible on monday and discuss what the head next weekend, possibly even warmer. kimberly: we are following a
developing story out of washington. police identified the man wanted for shooting and killing his friend. help finding your this guy -- christopher crawford. he's charge of the murder of tony proctor. the shooting happened late last night. detectives believe the men got into an argument that ended with that shooting. if you have seen him come you are asked to call police. a middleburg road junior police officer is recovering after he was hit by a suspected drunk driver. the officer was directing traffic at route 60 and winery lane when a 53-year-old hit him with her car. the officer had to be flown to the hospital. marsh was arrested and charged with dui. ahead, giving it another try -- find out if a fourth attempt to launch a rocket to the iss finally succeeded.
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and with a 2 year agreement, we'll give you all the premium movie channels for a year. plus, 400 dollars back. so go online or call now. get out of the past. get fios. >> 3, 2, 1, lift off. kimberly: the fourth time was the charm -- after several days of delays, the atlas five rocket took off from cape canaveral, florida. its final destination, the iss. it contains a cargo ship from a dallas-based company. inside our supplies for astronauts on board the iss and a satellite build by students at saint thomas cathedral school in arlington. some neighbors are not perking up at reports a new starbucks could be coming to takoma park. the community is known for being
unique. many residents in takoma park lost their cool and an ace hardware opened up just on the road. this starbucks has caused quite a stir and caused a group to launch a comment board online. about 70% of the comments are anti-starbucks. it is funky, hipster, bohemia men proud of it. >> we have a sign that says we serve everyone only. reporter: but the latest word on these freethinking tacoma street is starbucks maybe coming to town. >> what's nice is tacoma doesn't have a lot of change. i don't think starbucks is needed. there's a lot of good coffee here already. reporter: we counted for coffee shops in the town.
>> there are already enough starbucks. i would rather have these little, smaller places that thrive. a mcdonald'snt down here, i don't want to starbucks, we don't need a dunkin' donuts, and we don't have to go far to find any of those things. reporter: in fact, the nearest assortment is a quick 2.7 mile drive to the outskirts of tacoma. back downtown, a wider range of opinions. >> i do like starbucks. but i also like small businesses. >> its free enterprise. you have to compete. if they are going to run you out of town, maybe they are not doing what they are supposed to do to keep their customers. reporter: the big question that remains is what building the starbucks have its eyes on? we reached out to the seattle-based company today but the mystery continues.
they like to keep that stuff secret. more than a thousand volunteers came out in arlington to help feed the hungry. groups partnered with the stop hunger now for the event at thomas jefferson middle school. they assembled 100,000 meals for starving children around the world. some of hollywood's biggest bars are in the district for the 3 annual kennedy center honors. this year's honorees include george lucas, sisley tyson, and rita moreno. the star-studded event will be broadcast on network tv later this month. a special event to mark the first night of hanukkah. the national hanukkah menorah was lit just a few hours ago. they white house chief of staff helped with the lighting ceremony which included live music by president obama's u.s. marine corps band. tonight, devon is
kimberly: talking about the combination of fog and -- devon: and frost. kimberly: froggy. devon: it my dad next a few minutes tomorrow. we had a heavy frost with a thick frost on the windshield. you know what that means -- you need to allow a few extra minutes. it takes you up to five or 10 minutes before it really gets going. tonight and look at
this -- almost freezing in culpeper. actual air temperatures getting close to the dew point temperatures. 46 at reagan national. let's look at the satellite radar together. a weather feature coming in with a spin into illinois coming in here. look toward our region and we have the sunshine here and a few more clouds. is cool. this upper-level low comes in, spins overhead and transfers it energy to the ground. washington metro is in the middle but a few sprinkles could be out in the western zones and easternmost zones. tuesday a sunny day and cool once again. here is the important low temperature forecast.
look at these temperatures where you will be. washington suburbs, farthest away. could be nearly freezing downtown. east, ads west and couple of sprinkles possible. we go into tuesday and put another son on the board. tomorrow.sky cast you can look at some of the areas of fog depicted here. just before sunrise doesn't look bad but it is cold. watch the fog with that haze in the morning time frame. your seven-day forecast -- a couple of sprinkles possible. friday is a fading front that could ring a couple of sprinkles. hardly any rain chances and by week, could be
warm and monday night football will be perfect weather. kimberly: how many degrees above normal? seven 10 to 15 by the end of the week. kimberly: we have a game. >> it is giants week and up to the redskins tomorrow to make something happen. if you are a real redskins fan, this play looks familiar. it was back in 1983. sports is next. it was back in 1983. sports is next.
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he's thrown 10 touchdowns and only two interceptions. at one point, he was good for two interceptions or game. a work intill progress. you can see him making better and better decisions, not worsening the ball into the crowds and playing a position that with a snap cnt. everything the quarterback has to do. everyone thinks it's a passing game but there's so much more the quarterback has to do that he is getting better at. still a work in progress, but he is doing good. >> for the real fans out there, a blast from the past in the ravens and dolphins game. no score after a matt schaub pick and aired out to the ponte harper. takes a hit for a 38 yard score. it is dallas week, so let's ring
the memories of a tipped interception from the nfc championship back in january 1983. it almost looked identical there. derek shall be batting it away manley.d it was dexter grant picked it off and the dolphins go on to win this 15-13.-- win this one second quarter, jets up and he's got happy feet. takes it back 80 yards. the second, eli manning over the middle to odell beckham, jr., the defender, gone, 72 yards for the touchdown. the jets would come back in overtime and take the lead. josh brown needs to hit this 48
yard field goal to keep the loses alive -- the giants 23-20. merry christmas to the redskins. the college football playoffs are set where moving late is far worse than moving early. the teams that have a chance to play for a national title coming in for the fourth seed -- the number two spot belongs to alabama. the number one team in the country escaping and upset last night is clemson. locally, virginia that -- virginia tech plays with beamer's final game as coach while navy and pittsburgh square off in the military bowl on december 28. kimberly: i thought beamer had his last game. kimberly: i thought beamer had his last game.
kimberly: a show of girl power in the district and you know we are all about the girl power. more than 750 took part in the -- isay -- the group does an amazing organization. the d c chapter has served 10,000 girls over a decade. i was a partner once with mike daughter and she said i can't believe i didn't die. a little chilly for a run tomorrow. devon: the jingle all the way 5k kicks off that it's not going to be that cold for football tomorrow night. we are into the lower 40's and 50's by the time the game is ending. is a result we are going to
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