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annapolis. plus, pushing back. and a burglar caught mid-height. wait until tell you here when he stopped to do. now come abc 7 news at 11:00 him on your side. 24 hours awayhan from the end of the legislative session in maryland, and one of the more widely supported bills may not make the deadline. cheryl conner explains the possible sticking points for no -- law -- noah pozner law noah's law. cheryl: there is word tonight that there could be problems with noajh' law. >> they need tode-link it. cheryl: the 24-year-old montgomery county officer n
leotta was hit and killed and a dui checkpoint. there was tougher language that meant that there would be a reason for an interlock device. >> we don't have an issue separating this. the big issue is we'll figure out a way to get it through. conference committee will meet monday to hammer out the language. he believes that will be passed before midnight. news conference sunday afternoon, the police department stood by his family. >> last year in montgomery county, we had 50 officers struck by drunk drivers, 25 on traffic stops, 25 that were otherwise transporting or doing their jobs. leotta is pushing for the senate's version. >> they can live their life normally, they just cannot dri
over 100 people died in maryland last year from dui-related crashes. kellye: maryland lawmakers still have bills on the table for tax relief and to reform the correctional system. brad bell will be in annapolis tomorrow for the last day of the legislative session. look for his live reports beginning at 4 p.m. in virginia, governor terry mcauliffe has less than an hour theeto a bill allowing state to decide whether to use the electric chair for electrocution. right now that decision is left up to the inmate. the bill comes amid a shortage for the drugs used for lethal injections. within 300 religious leaders have called on mcauliffe to veto the measure. developments in north carolina as the naacp calls on the voice of lists -- the list of voices calling on them to scrap the bathroom and changing
holdings to be used according to biological sex. the state naacp president has another name for that measure. >> hate bill 2. we cannot be silent in the face of this. >> i'm really embarrassed we have this bill. >> what are senate is doing is enforce the constitution. the house bill also details discrimination protection, but does not include light which about sexual orientation or gender identity. bruce springsteen canceled a concert scheduled in greensboro late last week, telling fans that standing up against the bill was more important than a rock concert. those fans will start getting refunds tomorrow. conventionsf four have canceled in the state and the charlotte regional authority says nine others are not considering north carolina while 30 others are hesitating making plans.
has banned all city government travel to that state. now the race for the white house, to make hillary clinton attended a fundraiser in mclean posted by virginia governor terry mcauliffe. hours earlier, she was in baltimore to receive the endorsement of congressman elijah cummings. look. riviera has a >> the admirable hillary clinton! gloria: hillary clinton headed to church this sunday. headlining one service after another. clinton: i was honored to serve as your senator for eight years. i want a great honor of doing that again is your president. gloria: bernie sanders won the state of wyoming. people said we will be nice to bernie sanders. gloria:
he said clinton's front-runner status is at risk, but stop short of being clinton being unqualified for being in the white house. bernie sanders: i think the issue is more judgment. gloria: on the republican side, donald trump surfacing at his first rally in four days. you everump: have heard anybody other than me say that donald trump has millions of votes? gloria: trump fighting back against his closest rival, ted cruz, picking up his latest win saturday, taking all the delegates in colorado in bringing the gop closer to a contested convention. ted cruz: i believe the first ballot will be the highest total that donald trump will season on a subsequent ballot we will win the nomination. gloria: john kasich disagrees. john kasich: whenever we going to pick somebody who cannot win? that would be nuts. gloria: the next big
battleground is trump territory, the billionaire polling way ahead in his home state. kellye: u.s. secretary of state john kerry arrived at a memorial for the atomic bombing in hiroshima, the most senior american official to visit the site since the u.s. dropped the first of two atomic bombs on japan to end world war ii. kerry is with several other ford ministers touring the memorial park and museum. a weekend of sun, snow, wind, you name it. what does the week ahead hold? meteorologist devon lucie has a check of the forecast. twists and more terms, ups and down, rain, sunshine. a live look outside, national harbor, clouds building. if you have stepped outcome and will notice it does not feel bad. we are well away from the records right now.
low at dulles. of the high today was 52. northern virginia mid-50's. we are in the 40's right now because of the south wind that 15, and the satellite radar confirms the satellite cloud cover ahead of the shower activity. the shower activity will be here , but bigmorning changes coming with sunshine popping up, southwest wind kicking in. the temperatures go back up. another round of rain tuesday, temperatures back down. i will time when the rain is in and out tomorrow, the next round tuesday, and the complete forecast coming up. kellye: thanks, devon. ofare keeping a close watch developments after a seven-year-old girl was shot in d.c., about two blocks from garfield elementary. d.c. police said the little girl
the police are asking anyone with information in the case to please call. take a moment to look at the pictures on your screen. fairfax kenny police are hoping that you can help find sanchez and her son. seen9-year-old was last this morning. her family was trying to get her mental health services. sanchez has schizophrenia. she grabbed the nine-year-old and fled. the family of concern for both. if you see either of them, please call the police. missingembers of a two-year-old san francisco girl are hopeful she will be found safe. the body of the girls mother was found friday. nobody has seen her since about a week and the police a nobody has seen her daughter since late february. the police are treating the death as a homicide. in the district, you can call it a case of the burglars,
surveillance video helps catch this man. they say that he followed a delivery man into where restaurant on irving street northwest, waited until he left, then rummaged around and started cooking food. once he was down come he grabbed bottled water and left. this happened march 18 between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. call the police if you recognize him. someone has stolen one of andy warhol's campbell soup prints from the springfield art museum in misery, part of a larger exhibit featuring his campbell soup paintings in missouri. the fbi and interpol are leading the investigation. ,> usually art is stolen especially high-priced art, stolen by people who are in the business. is saidthe stolen print to be worth tens of thousands.
in 19 68, gifted to the museum for its permanent collection in 1985. warhol died two years later. 7 on your side with a consumer alert -- before you fill up at the pump this week, according to aaa, the average price for a regular gallon of gas is $2.04. that is in the d.c. area and nationally. that is up $.20 in the past month, but it is still $.35 less than at this time last year. -- top honors for a colleague and local legend. then, one night after tying a record for single-season wins, why did the caps have goalie braden holtby on the bench? first, putting their knowledge to the ultimate test.
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>> thrilling and wonderfully weird. >> i want this to be a story that my kids take and used to draw inspiration from if they need it. kellye: the teachers tournament will air may 2 through the 13 right here on abc 7. will beage china met taped tuesday and wednesday. this is the first time the show showaped -- the teenage will take tuesday and wednesday. this is the first time the show has taped in d.c. since 2011. the event promoted d.c. statehood and included a debut lager, homeewest rule india pale ale. one of our colleagues earned a spot in the d.c. hall of fame. roz plater was there for the ceremony. ♪ roz:
introduced the 2016 inductees into the city's hall of fame. residents who have made their and for makingy the ca better place. among this year's honorees, our colleague sam ford. >> for your excellence in broadcasting and journalism, and for sharing your passion with d.c. high school youth through mentoring. we salute you. sam: it is my city. i often tell people i've covered everything from the white house house, so itk is an honor to be recognized. sam ford has covered the nation's capital for more than three decades, covering his fair share of politics. some of his highest praise tonight came from the politicians he is covered. >>
to seeing the press, but there are some people that you just respect because they have done their homework. you can tell they are asking questions because they care about the community, and they always do it with dignity and grace. sam reallyr: demonstrates that he cares how he delivers the news, with integrity. always count on same getting the story, like this interview with the late mayor marion barry. >> you notice in that scrum of journalists, every journalist is gathered around sam and the mayor. >> great job, sam. roz: great job indeed. your colleagues salute you, d.c.'s newest member of the hall of fame. roz plater, abc 7 news. kellye: very well deserved. not only announced an injured list, but i have a nice guy. devon: wonderful man. mr. d.c. kellye: good to see him getting some appreci
to appreciate the weather coming back. let's get rid of this cold. there are some chances that it does not get as warm as it could. or we go completely the opposite way. it might get really warm. it all depends on the cloud cover. the temperatures remaining about where we are, the south wind at 10 to 15. the satellite imagery showing the gray, that is the cloud cover moving in ahead of the rain. the rain is problematic because that will be here for the morning commute. warm front moving income up towards the area of low pressure on the ground. it is still kind of chilly today. only managed 52 for the high and washington. the next two days, monday into tuesday, the system washes out. tomorrow the warm front works through when it will be mild. rain to talk about,
it will be tremendous. ,- we have more rain coming in before it acts out. early morning, close to midnight, light rain, not heavy. it will last through the morning rush. gear,t the bus stop, rain but also players. by the afternoon, it will be warm and mild. 40's tomorrow, not as cold, but the rain will make it feel chilly. cloud cover midday. clearing in the afternoon. if we get enough sunshine coming around tomorrow, we could easily do 70. upperloud cover, mid to 60's. if it is cloud cover all day, scattered showers, we might do only 60. there is a wide variety. most likely cool 60's to the north, 70's and sunshine south. in
wet rush-hour both monday morning and tuesday morning. may a break a little earlier on tuesday. 60 is the midnight high temperatures. temperatures drop near 50. it is like an upside down day, warmer morning, colder afternoon. does greatast showing the morning clouds, rain earlier, 41. clouds clear in the afternoon, sunshine comes back, back to 66. the seven-day forecast, morning showers, wet roadways, breezy, but the breezes from the southwest, sunshine in the afternoon pushes us to 66. tuesday, that 63 is a midnight high, 50's thereafter. west wind. then we are back to average thereafter. that said, the final weather cap , i have to t
ank doug hill for giving me this opportunity for being here. this is my final newscast. also, bob ryan was another one. we had some great meteorologist on knowledge. three great people who i cannot be more thankful of. and a consummate professional and it has been our honor. we have thoroughly enjoyed it. we were a team, then i left, it's good to be back, especially on your last day. devon: my final night. thank you so much. appreciate it. off to salt lake city, by the way. kellye: yeah, if you're wondering. devon: i
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realogy's and for the caps, hosting the ducks. and braden holtby resting for the postseason. in the second, fireworks. both guys getting shots, no knocked down. anaheim up. 2-0 ducks. the caps go down, 2-0. the nationals hosting the marlins. first-inning, bryce harper drives this into left field, in the gap. off the base of the wall, anthony rendon scores. we are tied at 1-1. tied, jayson still werth gives the nets the lead for good with a bloop to write. anthony rendon scores. the nats win 4-2. in golf, there is a new champ at augusta. jordan spieth unable to
after a quadruple bogey on 12. to the green jacket belongs danny. and it is sunday. john walden, the voice of the caps, will join us. schedule is set. that is 11:35. and the wizards beat the hornets , and the warriors knocked off the spurs with their 76th win of the season. kellye: thank you so much. mark ahead -- she made her in the latest installment of star wars. narrator: all that political mail might be overwhelming. let's simplify. only one candidate has been endorsed by the washington post: kathleen matthews. as a journalist and progressive leader