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someone matching the description of the facebook killer tried to check in. sources tell abc-7 that the guy tried to use cash to check-in to the fairfax hotel but was turned away. we got off the phone with dc police just moments ago - they tell us it turns out it was "not" the facebook killer. there's an escalating war of words as tensions remain high between the united states and north korea. the country vowing to continue missile tests, saying they're prepared for war if the us takes action. abc's janai norman has more on the tough talk from the trump administration. a defiant north korea. han song-ryol / vice foreign minister - we'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis. even in the face of stern warnings from president trump. mb - any message for north korea? trump - you gotta behave. nats nk parade over the weekend, pomp and circum
pyongyang. kim jong un's military might on full display but also the embarrassing botched test - a missile exploding seconds after launch. vice president pence cautioning the north again this morning as he landed in japan pence - the era of strategic patience is over. while all our options are on the table, president trump is determined to work closely with japan, with south korea, with all our allies in the region, and with china." but neither side backing down as tensions reach a dangerous high. north korea threatening there could be dire consequences. nk - thermonuclear war may break out at any moment on the peninsula. trump - north korea is a problem. the problem will be taken care of. for now, the white house is leaning on china to use its influence in the region to cool the escalating situation. spicer - i don't think there
would not believe that north korea's actions are both provocative and a concern. when asked about his next move, president trump only saying "you'll see." jn tag: during the vice president 10-day asia tour, he's already recalled the us strike in syria and bombing in afghanistan in the last two weeks, saying north korea will do well not to test president trump's resolve. jn abc news washington. the vote is in -- hyattsville's board voted yes' to becoming a sanctuary city. the rule means the city will not intervene in federal immigration matters. it also prohibits city officials from asking about individuals' citizenship or discriminating based on immigration status. the issue has been hotly debated. a big reason? -- president trump says sanctuary cities will not receive federal funding. both sides-speaking out at the meeting last night. the final vote was 8 to 2.
better cell service may be coming to your metro ride! that's if you take the red line. you can now use cell phones anywhere in the tunnel... between glenmont and silver spring. wi-fi is expanding too! metro says -- 30 underground stations will have free wi-fi service by the end of the year! we've got the list of which ones - at wjla.com. in sports.. hold on to your seats.. another overtime loss for the caps.. the caps were in control in game 3 in toronto.. taking a 3-1 lead early in the second.. evegeny kuznetsov scoring following the shot by marcus johansson ... but toronto scored twice before the end of the period.. then in overtime -- tyler bozak scores the game winner for toronto. 4-3 the final. pl
4 is tomorrow night in toronto .. game 5 is friday in washington. a terrifying incident for a family -- a mountain lion comes into their home and snatches the family dog. the scary ordeal -- straight ahead. it's going to be sunny today, and you better enjoy it because the rest of the week is looking cool and wet. eileen whelan has the forecast next.
- roller coaster temperatures the next few days - isolated shower chances tomorrow through friday - cooler weekend ahead - sunday soaker (next best chance for rain) today: becoming mostly sunny. seasonable. highs: 70-74 winds: ne 5 mph tonight: increasing clouds. cool. lows: 46-51 winds: e 5 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. sprinkle/drizzle possible. highs: 62-64 winds: se 5 mph
student attacked classmates with a stun gun. one student claims the weapon was smuggled past the metal detectors at thomas jefferson high school yesterday -- because the detectors weren't being monitored at the time. a victim described the experience. that victim -- who was taken to the hospital to get checked out -- said a female student made threats on facebook sunday night. richmond public schools later confirmed the incident is under investigation. they state that disciplinary action will be taken. a family in san mateo county, california is heartbroken.. after a mountain lion snatched their dog from their home. this is home video of the 15-pound dog, lenore. the family says she was sleeping in her doggie bed, when
slipped into the room through their double doors. lenore was a rescue dog, and hasn't been seen since. a game warden has been tracking the mountain lion, trying to locate it. the family is worried that the mountain lion may return. another highway headache for drivers in atlanta. crews pulling an all nighter to repair a major interstate after this happened. the pavement buckled.. rising three feet and sending a motorcycle rider flying. this is on i-20. officials believe the buckling was caused by a utility crew using machinery to bore a new natural gas pipeline under the interstate. crews hope to have the entire road open by noon today. this spot is just a few miles from the scene of last month's fire that destroyed a bridge on i-85. happei
executives plan to take questions from analysts during a conference call -- regarding the recent incident where a passenger was dragged off a flight. the company is having a tough time bouncing back from that. it posted a 57-percent drop in profit! the c-e-o has apologized. new york city wants to force uber to add a tipping option on its app. officials would like it to happen by this fall. it would apply to other ride-hailing services like "lyft" too. if they add tipping in new york city- it's more likely the feature would expand to other markets as well. today is tax day -- and you can cash-in with tax day freebies. you can get free cinnabon-bites at selected cinnabon stores. hooters is offering free food for kids twelve and younger with the purchase of an regular meal at hooters. dunkin donuts has "treat yo' self" tax day freebies. mcdonalds has a variety of free things as well -- depending on the location. and at firehouse subs you can get a free medium sub when you buy a medium or large sub, chips and a drink. enjoy your freebies!
- roller coaster temperatures the next few days - isolated shower chances tomorrow through friday - cooler weekend ahead - sunday soaker (next best chance for rain) today: becoming mostly sunny. seasonable. highs: 70-74 winds: ne 5 mph tonight: increasing clouds. cool. lows: 46-51 winds: e 5 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. sprinkle/drizzle possible. highs: 62-64 winds: se 5 mph 50 years after bei
pictures, decorate cookies, and participate in the egg roll. first lady melania trump- read to children on the white house lawn. each guest also got a souvenir gift bag... with a commemorative wooden egg. and oh say did you see this moment... the first lady - appearing to nudge her husband during the national anthem and remind the president to put his hand on his heart. the nudge quickly went viral. tens of thousands of runners pounded the pavement for this year's boston marathon. among them -- katherine switzer-- who has a pretty incredible story. the 70-year-old, was the first woman to officially run the race -- 50 years ago when women weren't actually allowed to. her registration as "k-v switzer" hid her gender. a race official tried to get her off the course, but her boyfriend at the time knocked him off of her, and she finished the race. yesterday -- she completed the course in four-hours, 44-minutes. just 25 minutes longer than it took her in 19-67.
sweet story. a beautiful moment- as the prom queen of a texas high school - gives her crown to a classmate with down syndrome. she said -- she gave up the title because she thought it would make her classmate happier- and she deserved it more. easter might be over -- but this man's love of bunnies is year-round. he has created what he calls "bunnytown u-s-a" in new mexico. what started with one rabbit is now a whole tribute to the cotton-tailed creatures. he says he found some of his bunny memorabilia at thrift stores.. and some of it has been given to him as gifts. but he states it's not just for show -- it also helps to protect the bunnies living there from the hawks overhead. it's xx and xx degrees...
we take some unexpected extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. for example, thyme. it's part of our 100% veggie diet and helps support their immune system. perdue. over 200 products no antibiotics ever. on alert across the region. police swarming a d-c hotel. the connection to the mahunt for the facebook killer. plus - a deadly crash on a golf course in maryland. what brought this military helicopter down. and those clouds making way for sunshine toda
temperatures we'll be feeling this week. good morning washington. toss to eileen - roller coaster temperatures the next few days - isolated shower chances tomorrow through friday - cooler weekend ahead - sunday soaker (next best chance for rain) today: becoming mostly sunny. seasonable. highs: 70-74 winds: ne 5 mph tonight: increasing clouds. cool. lows: 46-51 winds: e 5 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. sprinkle/drizzle possible. highs: 62-64 winds: se 5 mph breaking overnight - police swarm a high-end dc hotel.