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sling after breaking it in three places. a watch over her eye after suffering blurred vision and concussion. >> i have the physical consequences but no recollection of the event. >> she doesn't remember a thing. >> my first real strong recollection i already had my arm repaired. >> on may 16, she was walking to grocery store near 34th and porter street northwest in cleveland park. around 10:00, good samaritans found her face down in crosswalk and called 911. >> i think i was crossing the street. i was hit by a vehicle. >> but no witnesses have come forward. the police report says there is no evidence that she was struck by a vehicle or the victim of a
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the e.m.s. tells a different story and says the incident involves a vehicle. she has hired a private investigator. they are desperate for answers. >> it's blank and it's odd to me it is a blank. >> she has returned to the scene to jog her memory. still nothing. coming up at 6:00, hear her message to the men and women who rushed here to help her and save her life. ryan hughes, abc7 news. larry: the quote "you will not win. we will defeat the terrorists." that is the message from the london mayor over the weekend. q mccray keeping an eye on the developments in the investigation from the "live desk." q? q: the latest in the newsroom,
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identified two of the three men behind saturday night's terror attack in london. here they are. khuram butt and rachid redouane. redouane was 30 years old and claimed to be moroccan and libyan but was a 27-year-old british citizen born in pakistan. police say they were familiar with him. but there was no intelligence to suggest the weekend attack was planned. they used a rented van and knives to kill seven people and hurt others. 18 people are still in critical condition right now. >> ladies and gentlemen, there will now be a minute silence. [moment of silence] q: sadiq khan addressed the crowd at the vigil. they were shot dead by the police and the men were wearing suicide belts that turned out to be fake. it's raising questions about the security in our area. stephen tschida
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team coverage now from the memorial bridge. stephen: bridges are an target of theer terrorist. there are striking similarities between the bridges but there are no plans to beef up security here. >> london bridge. a and losing target for terrorists. few escape abouts for those in the path of a truck or a van. walker also a city of bridges. >> in the back of my mine it's a concern. >> the bridges here outfitted od with the jersey walls between the passing traffic and pedestrians except for memorial bridge. >> i feel like if any city in the united states is taking care of it, it's this one. >> security on view all around the nation's capital. buildings evacuate and the bomb squads respond to any
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the overt presence has some feeling safe in vulnerable positions. >> millions of people work every day and night to make sure we are safe. >> at this time there is no plan to install a security mechanism to protect pedestrians on the memorial bridge. >> if they want us to live in fear and we accept that fear, we are playing along with what they want. >> we spoke with several law enforcement agencies. none are talking about the steps they are taking to protect the public. all say they are mon nowhering the situation closely. they are viewing intelligence they receive and they are responding accordingly. reporting live, stephen tschida, abc7 news. alison: thank you. 70 years to the day that u.s. secretary of state george marshall outlined a plan to
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ii, for talk from president trump about isolation. larry: trump called the immigration plan a travel ban and bashed the justice department for the handling of the case heading to the supreme court. alison: in the white house press briefing, sarah huckabee sanders-sanders said the president will not exert executive privilege to stop james comey from testifying before the committee. you can watch the testimony live on abc7. >> the president announced a new effort to privatize the air traffic control system. advocates it will allow a quicker switch to a g.p.s. base system. countries like germany and canada made the change without a problem. >> under this new plan the federal aviation administration will focus firmly on what it does best. safety. separate non-profit entity would be
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route e -- ensuring route efficiency, timely service and long awaited reduction in delays. larry: with the largest and most complex air space in the world it could make it vulnerable to recession or 9/11 terrorist attack. previous attempts of privatization failed in congress. >> we switch to the weather. a bit humid today after a gorgeous weekend. chief meteorologist doug hill is in the weather center. is the stickiness going to stick around? doug: not much longer. drier and pleasant tomorrow. cooler and sticky weather moves in by the middle of the week. not a lot of rapid changes. we see most of the rain today traveling east bay on the eastern shore. we will see a clearing trend as the skies are partly cloudy. that is the start through tonight. we hold in0'
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the door open for a stray showers. some areas seeing peek of sunshine. good weather for the next few hours and overnight we see the clearing skies from northwest to southeast. 59 to 64 by morning. as we head through the day tomorrow, according to the future cast we don't see that in the rain at all. we'll see the partly cloudy skies and the temperatures with a nice run from 70 mid-morning, close to 80 mid-to-late afternoon. it is going to bring us low clouds, damp conditions and light drizzle. day planner tomorrow a lot of sunshine back. back to 80. we forget how damp it was. then we will go backwards with the highs for the upper 60's. i'll be back in a little bit with a look it at the weekend as for the next ten days as well. larry?
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deadly shooting in orlando. michelle marsh is in the satellite center with the details. michelle: it was a 45-year-old army veteran who went in with a handgun this morning and a hunting knife. in april he was fired from the company making awning from r.v.'s. he slipped in the backdoor and started shooting. >> at least one of them he had a negative relationship with. but he was certainly singling out the individuals that he shot. >> in all five people were killed and then he killed himself. police say they were called to the factory once before. eight people made it out of the factory alive today. the shooting comes as orlando marks one year since the deadliest mass shooting in recent u.s. history. next week marks a year since the massacre at
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nightclub. back to you. alison: thank you, michelle. we have new information tonight regarding the deadly wrong-way crash on route 50 last month. the result of the toxicology tests came back. there were no drugs or alcohol found. in 22-year-old laura murphy's system. so investigators don't know what caused her to speed in the wrong direction for two miles before crashes into another car killing herself and 66-year-old robert skidmore. her baby survived the crash. larry: no word if drugs or alcohol were involved in a bizarre arrest in ashburn. david mendoza was naked when he laid down in the middle of the ashburn road and started to jump up to cars. he also assaulted a depsy when he was arrest -- deputy when he was arrested. alison: you may want to avoid allentown road. this is why. this was the scene this afternoon after a hydrant burst there. they shut down water in the area to fix it.
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east bounds lane are closed while repairs are done. larry: coming up, one of bill cosby's tv daughters at his side as he arrived in court. we let you know what happened on the first day of his sexual assault trial. alison: why the newseum's famous headline went dark. larry: later an alley collapses in d.c. after a year residents are waiting for a remare. "7 on your side" to find out what is taking so long. >> d.c. join the list of the cities saying they support the climate deal despite the u.s. having pulled out. i'm sam ford. that is next on abc7 news.
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larry: tonight the display of newspapers from the front page around the world outside the newseum is dark to draw attention to what the world would be like without journalists. alison: five countries are suspending the diplomatic ties with one of the world's richest nations. bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia, the united states arab
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travel to and from qatar. they accused them of destabilizing the middle east. which they deny. qatar has 10,000 americans stationed there. larry: three hours ago virginia became the 19th state to join the u.s. climate alliance. it came hours after d.c. mayor bowser signed the plan and sam ford has more on this. good evening. sam: good evening larry. the mayor came here to this building across from the capital to say that the mayors don't have the option of ignoring facts and science. she announced her support for the paris climate deal. >> in a room packed with the environmental supports, mayor bowser signed an executive order to commit d.c. to the goals of the paris climate accord even though president trump pulled the u.s. out. >> we want t
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with leaders across the globe. mayors across the city. sam: they long prided putting green building and the solar roofs to buying all the power from the grid 46 megawatt wind farm in south chestnut pennsylvania. in the city, there is a lot of support. >> we need to be aware of warmbier and climate change -- global warming and climate change. >> she did the right thing to show mr. trump he can't change the national order of things. >> 200 mayors committed to support the climate deal. officials emphasize today cities are the biggest problem. >> 4% of the greenhouse -- 74% of the greenhouse gases caused by the city are through the buildings. it's through the energy sources we make the difference. >> this puts restraints on the economy and d.c. insists going green is a money maker in many cities and showed the
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at city hall and at today's news conference to emphasize support. d.c. is exited to reduce carbon emissions by 50% in the next 15 years. reporting live from the d.c. bureau, i'm sam ford, abc7 news. larry: in the last half hour, attorney general brian frosh and ike leggett issued statements to ensure that maryland and montgomery county are confirming climate action as well. alison: there are public comments for the plans to search for oil and gas under the floor of the atlantic ocean. five companies want to use air guns to find formations but they are so loud that they can injure or even kill whales, sea turtle and other see life. obama administration rejected the same sort of survey. larry: after the great weekend
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have to come down off the high. alison: that is okay for a monday. doug: the usual pattern going to three or four straight days of the lousy weather. this is not a pretty day. tomorrow is gorgeous. louis wi weather for wednesday and thursday. there is a lot of heating coming. look at the udvar-hazy center. this is cloudy and muggy. there are temperatures in the 70's around the area. we don't expect changes to the weather heading through the next few hours. there is a couple of patches of light rain. we will see the clearing overnight. number wise, 4 at reagan national. it's 72 at washington dulles. 72 in baltimore and annapolis as well. this everything, the skies are mostly cloudy. we have a few areas with a touch of sun trying to get
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that is possible until 9:00. then we expect clearing overnight. as we can bring in the drier air. the rain moving from southwest to northeast. heavy duty stuff is offshore. patches of the light rain still to come. anything on the heavy side or the thunderstorms will stay in virginia through the evening. nice break tomorrow. we will wake up to the temperatures in the 50's in the western zones. mid-60's. the low 60's for metro. a nice warm up through the morning. looking at the future cast, the clearing trend is developing. through the day the shower activity will stay out of the area. a very pleasant afternoon. but it will change tomorrow and wednesday morning because of the winds that are starting to turn from the northeast and the east to bring low cloud cover back. temperatures are cooler. upper 60's for the highs for wednesday and thursday.
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big-time warmup is headed our way. we have 80 degrees with the sunshine wednesday and thursday is rather cloudy. highs for upper 60's. patchy light rain or driz. the skies will start to clear on thursday. that will set the stage for great weather on friday. sunshine and 7 it. that is the celebrate fairfax forecast for friday. saturday is warmer and more humid. 85 for the high. there could be a thunderstorm as the disturbance comes through. and the big time warmup sunday. a lot of sunshine. highs to 89 degrees. we think that the better chance of the isolated showers might be earlier in the day. we will be good to go saturday downtown. looking great. as we head through the delmarva beach forecast, it will be all right. we can't rule
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isolated shower as we head late in the day on saturday. other than that, it's partly cloudy and warm. 75 on saturday. 81 on sunday. starting to look and feel more like summer. here we go for the next ten days. the numbers are up tomorrow and back down noticeably for wednesday and thursday. they climb friday, saturday, sunday. look at next week. hot. humid. low 90's through next week. alison: summer. doug: it's back. larry: we'll take that. thank you. scientists say they could have a major breakthrough in the fight against blood cancer. alison: later, the bride and the groom were the guest of honor but wait until you see who showed up and what happened when she went to toss the bouquet. >> a northern virginia man has done the near impossible. climbed mount everest. now he is back at home and he wants you to hear his story. larry: but first a look at what is coming up tonight on abc. alison: now we have a preview of tomorrow's "good morning
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washington." >> thank you, alison. tomorrow on "good morning washington," what the major cell phone companies are doing for you cocombat annoying robo calls. >> inside look at where faith and the lgbt community unite to celebrate religion and capital pride together. >> stay with us for traffic and weather every ten minutes starting at 4:the on "go
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treme anxiety... pacing... a constant urge to move. if someone you know is suffering from schizophrenia they may also be struggling with akathisia: a common side effect of some schizophrenia medications. learn more at me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam,aught and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight. i saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia.
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alison: for the first time since the shuttle atlantis returned to earth six years ago a reusable spacecraft docked at the international space station. on board, supply. science experience, live animals, fruit fly and fruit fly eggs and mice. they repurposed the dragon cap kule saf the first mission. larry: 60-mile-per-hour winds and negative 30-degree temperatures and the virginia man that endured all of it to get to the top of mount everest is back home tonight and he is sat down with richard reeve to talk about his big adventure. >> george is now in packing after achieving the near impossible. >> i woke up at 5:00, and we had near hurricane force winds. >> there he was at the base camp. 60 miles per hour winds. 30 degrees below zero. he and ten other climbers started in miss april.
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>> it's terrible for your body. it is difficult to eat and recover. >> five climbers did recover three days later to see this. >> you are focused on the moment. >> 29,029 feet. >> think about all the people on the planet. you are higher than everybody. >> now home after just arriving sunday night. >> he still feels unreality being in springfield with the birds singing and the green all around. he was on the highest mountained in the world. >> on the laptop, a mem home of photos -- memo of photos. >> it's the most incredible feeling. >> at home half a world away, he is grateful. >> i'm glad to see rain and trees and my family and friends. there are challenges out there i would like to continue to do.
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>> he is thinking about the next one. climbing the highest mountain in antarctica. richard reeve, abc7 news. larry: he climbed the highest mountain on every continent. it would complete it. alison: he has to the that now. can you imagine how good it feels to come home, though? after a normal vacation you are like this is nice to be home. he must really be loving it. larry: exactly! no pick axes or ropes to save your life. alison: congratulations. larry: very cool. alison: still ahead at 5:00. >> i have called a lot of people trying to get it straightened out. >> but her call to "7 on your side" may get it fixed. what happened when the item started to ask questions about the collapsed alley. larry: prosecution and the defense make the cases on the first day of bill cosby's sex assault trial. >> long-time teachers in fairfax county are being shut out of pay increases because they don't hav
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he's somebody who says,. i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful, i'm gonna make change to make this economy work better for hardworking families. that's who he is. i'm tom perriello, and as governor i'll fight to make sure every virginian gets a fair shot, that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values.
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announcer: you're watching "abc7 news at 5:00". on your side. larry: every organization has its way to determine who gets a pay raise. but in fairfax county, some long time teachers say new requirements are shutting them out. nouren vir
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chief -- northern virginia chief jeff goldberg explains why. jeff: for 23 years who we will call "scott" because he does not want to reveal his identity enjoyed his work. >> i have been happy. i feel like i made an impact on kids and their lives. jeff: he says his feelings changed dramatically after hearing a change in the school budget last month by the fairfax county board of supervisors. next year, only teachers with the master degrees will get a cost of living increase and teachers with roughly more than 19 years of experience. like scott and his colleague heidi smith will no longer get year to year raises. smith says it will likely cost 600 to 700 fairfax county teachers $2,000 to $4,000 a year. >> heart wrenching feeling. it makes me want to pack my bags up and move out of the county. >> what is upsetting is they have taken the unity out of the fairfax county public school community. now those with the
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versus those who don't. >> last year they stopped providing financial assistance. the school budget has pay races for teachers and the funding to bring teacher salaries closer to the market average but the current reality and the failure of the meals tax referendum required $50 million in budget cuts including personnel reductions. >> they changed rules on the field. >> the budget is already set. the teachers we spoke with today are vowing to fight and bring back the raises for 2019. in falls church, jeff goldberg, abc7 news. larry: checking the top stories a woman hopes the public has answers to what happened to her. she believes she was hit by a car walking to the store. people found her facedown in a crosswalk. she is putting up fliers
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hoping someone can fill in the blank. the report said she was hit by a car but the police report does not. alison: second terrorist attack on a london bridge this year is prompting many big cities to look at whether the barriers are strong enough to protect pedestrians. every bridge crossing the potomac in d.c. has protective barriers excepted for memorial bridge. the national park service says there is no plan to install barriers. larry: today mayor muriel bowser signed an order committing the d.c. to the standards while virginia became the 19th state to agree cutting the carbon emissions by more than 25%. president trump withdrew the u.s. from the paris agreement last week. alison: well, the woman accusing bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her two decades ago took the stand today. the first day of the trial, scott mclane is live in norris town, pennsylvania. the question is could cosby take the stand
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scott: bill cosby said he will not take the stand in this case. that was made clear everybody before the trial started. today, the opening statements were read in the courtroom. those are over now. after that the prosecution wasted no time calling on the first witness. a woman who said her experience with bill cosby in the mid-1990's was remarkably similar to allegations in this case. her testimony is central to the prosecution argument. meanwhile, on cross examination, the defense lawyers tried to poke holes in her story. >> bill cosby arrived to a pennsylvania courtroom on monday with support from a former costar. accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women over several decades he has never faced a jury until now on charges of aggravated indecent assault. andrea constand, the former basketball coach who met cosby at the alma mater said in
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cosby says it was consensual. dozen of other women made similar accusations but only one will be allowed to testify. >> when a jury has to say who do i believe and another witness comes out and says he did it to me, too. it's almost game over. >> in opening statements the prosecution painted cosby as a cool law -- calculated man who used a well practiced method. but the defense said cosby was a flawed man. the trial is expected to last two weeks. cosby has no plans to take the stand. in his instructions to the jury, the judge told the jurors they cannot hold cosby's look of testimony or likely lack of testimony against him. the jury made up of 12 people. mostly white. mostly male. there are two black jurors on there. the jury pool was s
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the pittsburgh area where it is a diverse demographic. it's also removed from this local area that bill cosby calls home. alison: thank you, scott. >> ♪ are you ready for some football ♪ larry: the iconic song returning to monday night football season. they are bringing back the song because people missed it. and an executive says she is not concerned about the backlash. alison: comedy legend jerry lewis is back in the hospital being treated for a urinary tract infection. the original nutty professor was admitted over the weekend and is expected to be released soon. this is just the latest health issue for the 91-year-old comedian. in 2012 he was hospitalized for blood sugar issues and in 2011 he was treated for being overly fatigued. larry: "7 on your side" in
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be a major breakthrough for fighting some cancers. every patient that took part in a cell and gene therapy responded to the treatment. all but two of the pa patients were at some level remission within two months of their treatment. the evidence presented today at a clinical conference in chicago. the researchers acknowledge the study is small. it's rare for any treatment to have that result. alison: coming up at a:00, the role this nation founder fathers could play in the debate over confederate monuments and memorials. >> the police need your help to find the two guys. they say they are thieves on the run. "7 on your side" wall of justice is next. larry: new at 6:00, hitting the tipping point. caught on video. the moment that ended with the dump truck buries the car and
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we are looking ahead for the upcoming weekend. a lot going on friday, saturday, sunday. friday, don't forget to celebrate fairfax starts and the temperatures around 79 degrees. middle 80's on saturday. may see isolated thunderstorm. near 90 on sunday. don't forget to celebrate pride. that is also saturday and sunday. the temperatures will start in the middle 80's. by the time it ends it's in the upper 70's. the fingers crossed we will keep everything dry in terms of the weekend. we will be back in a moment. you're watching "abc7 news at ralph northam: being a pediatrician has taught me to listen carefully. i'm ralph northam, and when survivors of the virginia tech shooting asked me to support an assault weapons ban and close the gun show loophole, i took on the fight.
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saw what those weapons can do as an army doctor during the gulf war. now, i'm listening carefully to donald trump, and i think he's a narcissistic maniac. whatever you call him, we're not letting him bring his hate into virginia. over hereno!ver here! (dog barking) whoever threw it has to go get it. not me! somebody will get it... ♪ (dog barking) anyone can dream. making it a reality is the hard part. from the b-2 to the upcoming b-21, northrop grumman stealth bombers
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're looking for a few dreamers to join us. q: welcome to "7 on your side" fighting back wall of justice. i'm q mccray. we have a special alert today from the metropolitan police department. they say these two guys broke into a store but they didn't go after the cash register or the safe. the crooks break in the store hooded with a crowbar inhand. they go straight for the a.t.m. through the different angle. the hoodies do a good job of covering their faces. they even have gloves on. first they try to rock the a.t.m. and then they pry it open. jackpot. they get the cash and they are out of there. the whole thing takes a minute to pull off. they hope you will
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the movements or the way they walk. it happened at 5:00 a.m. in the 400 block of massachusetts avenue northwest. if you have any information, call the metropolitan police department. look at the wall of justice starting with the newest addition. >> in prince william county, frederico is accused of neglecting her son. her 5-year-old was found walking down a street. melissa is wanted for child neglect and ryan watson wantrd for attempted robbery and burglary. the metropolitan police department looking for desean anthony, a.k.a. "dink." he is accused of beating up his roommate. breaking his ribs. if you recognize any of the five fugitives give the police a call. i'm q mccray. we will see you next week with another edition of the "7 on your side" fighting back wall of justice.
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district. the i-team wants to know why has the alley wray been blocked off for a year. i'm scott taylor. up next we start asking tough questions. larry: join us this weekend for the capital pride parade. the members of the newschannel8 and the abc7 team are arching this weekend and you can stronger is blasting her tumors... without risking her bones. it's training her good cells... to fight the bad guys. stronger is less pain... new hope... more fight. it's doing everything in your power... and everything in ours. stronger, is changing even faster than they do. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger.
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alison: an alley in the heart of northeast d.c. is turned into a danger zone after a year of no repairs. now residents reach out to the "7 on your side" i-team for help. here is investigator scott taylor with who will fix this mess. >> look at the 700 block. the concrete slabs blocking the alley. if there is an emergency, they can't be moved. >> i have called a lot of people trying to get it straightened out. >> betty who has been on rating with the hands here gallery for 33 years next to alley is frustratedded. i want to show you betty heart's biggest concern. the ally has been blocked off for 15 months. that mean she hasn't been able
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behind the business at all. >> i can't even get in the alley. >> george owns the home next to the valley and his foundation is damaged, too. >> they have been discussing who is responsible for months. after "7 on your side" started asking tough questions. the district said repairs would start in may. >> this is a nine-week process and it will start at the end of may. by the summer, we are hopeful that the alley way is up and running. >> it's now june. repairs haven't started. the homeowner has two weeks to review repair plans and the district is picking up the tab. any further delays and it could attempt to seize the home to make repairs. betty says prayers are being answered. >> lord, god, help me, please. look what he did. he sent you all right in here. praise be to god. >> that is the best compliment i got all day. i appreci
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>> i appreciate that. >> the item will let you know when the city gets it fixed. this is part of mayor bowser's repair projected for the streets, alleys and the sidewalks. $175 million in the repairs. by the way, the mayor has 300 alleys to repair all over the district. >> fairfax fire and rescue had to get down and dirty to save a dog's life. they had to dig underneath the deck of a home in great falls to get to the dog who had been trapped for two days. initially they couldn't see the dog but then after removing some of the gravel they saw the tail. the crew continued to work while hydrating the dog, returning it safely to his owner. larry: wow! alison: a lot of work. larry: it is. don't be surprised if you hear loud noises near marine base quantico this week. demolition will take place ev
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on wednesday there will be live fire training between 7:00 a.m. and 55:00 p.m. alison: governor mcauliffe says federal grants will help the commonwealth respond to emergencies. one of the grants is worth $7.4 million. specifically for the state homeland security program. larry: okay. you can see the weather is grayer than what we have had. get ready to strap in. the roller coaster ride is back. alison: but tomorrow is more like what we had this weekend. doug: not as warm but near 80. and more sunshine than today. looking at an image from "college -- image from rockville college. it's been threatening rain more than it has been raining today. it will stay with us. the temperatures are below arch. no surprise with the clouds. 74 in culpeper. dulles is 72. 71 in manassas.
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easton. 72 in baltimore. 7 at the real real -- 74 at the reagan national airport. the heavier rain moved east. there are a few patches. light rain temporarily. i think as we get to the evening it will clear out tonight and overnight. 59 to 64. the overnight range of the temperatures. winds will go west and then the northwest. that will draw in the drier air. turn into tuesday. highs of 80. there is a little more humidity but not the hot and the humid sort. this is from the east/northeasterly winds to bring us cloudiness off the ocean. we have a patch or light drizzle a time or two. late thursday we should see drier air move in. at the jiffy lube live, dierks bentley is there friday night and the temperatures look great. celebrate fairfax, another big day for friday, saturday, sunday as well.
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the only question mark is on saturday. disturbance in the midday or the afternoon that could touch off isolated shower or storm. the nats are back in down for a makeup against orioles on thursday. we will watch that. over the weekend it's okay. hot and humid ballpark weather. extended outlook leaves you with this. the numbers are warmer tomorrow. cooler on wednesday and thursday. they warm up for friday. 8 a for the capital -- 8 a for the cap -- 8 a for the capital pride parade. maybe we are finally getting in the summer weather pattern that so many people have been waiting for. we will find out. alison: thank you. picking the right dress can be hard. a 93-year-old bride turned to the internet to get help to pick a dress for her wedding. sylvia martin narrowed it down to four options and she poste
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it on the facebook page. she is tieing the knot again after refusing proposals from an 88-year-old suiter for years because she didn't want to change her name. [laughter] apparently she found out she can keep her name. so she said yes this time. in the end, she chose this. this beautiful lace dress. it received more than 5,000 votes. beautiful bride, too. larry: absolutely. larry: brush with football greatness over the weekend. the happy couple comes in. but it's intercepted by rob gronkowski who spikes the flowers. coming off surgery there he is. he tells espn he is feeling fine. he is ready to play. robert: clearly he is ready. >> he obliterated the
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larry: is she okay with that? maybe bad luck. >> i wonder what the husband said. the flowers had to cost $4,000 for something. larry: it was gronk. so he was like it's great, man. look what just happened. robert: i wouldn't be okay with that. we have nba stuff to talk about. game two of the finals last night. golden state blowing out the cavs. it's been that way for the first two games. the man of the hour, kevin durant game one had 38. last night he had 33. the cavs can't stop him. now it gets interesting. the series goes back to cleveland after game three. after last night, lebron was asked about defending home court and he was in a bad mood. >> are you a smart guy? >> i think so. >> youy think so, right. if we don't defend homecourt, what happens? >> i know. that's what i'm saying. >> i'm asking you. you are looking at getting swept. >> all right. that answers your question. same way on the
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home. i still have a bunker mentality when it comes to playing ball. we look forward to it. give them something to cheer for. robert: abc7 your home for the finals game three in cleveland. tip-off set for 9:00. coverage at 8:30. back at home the wizards have predraft workout. the six prospects if attendance. the motable, frank mason jr. who averaged 20 points and five assists. wizards could use help at the point guard position. he talked about what he could bring to the organization. >> how loyal i am. it's a team first. it's we instead of i. if we win the pie is big enough for everyone. i don't have to tell them because they see my enselfishness and the play making skills. they can see everything. >> so lebron
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happy after game two. alison: ugly. larry: dumb question. robert: it was. it was. larry: i don't blame him for teeing him up. robert: lebron gets a pass. larry: he does.
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i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful, i'm gonna make change to make this economy work better for hardworking families. that's who he is. i'm tom perriello, and as governor i'll fight to make sure every virginian gets a fair shot, that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values.
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larry: confederate civil war memorials are coming down all over the south. similar debate underway in baltimore but other monuments could be in jeopardy. >> the debate over what to do with the confederate mountains and statue is heating up. new orleans removed the final monument last month. protesters crashed while the statue of the con fete read general robert lee was take down. >> the civil war is over. confederacy lost. we're better for it. >> many of the confederate monuments were established at the turn of the 20th century and again in the civil rights movement. there are more than 700 confederate monuments and
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according to the southern poverty law center. defenders of the monumented want to protect history and continue to honor civil war heroes for the sacrifice. >> we have roots and ancestors and history. we want to keep that. >> others argue it represents racism and the white supremacy in the jim crow era laws. >> they for whatever reason can't move forward like the rest of the country. >> an african-american student at james madison memorial high school in wisconsin wants her school named change because the fourth president owned slaves. there have been calls for the thomas jefferson memorial here in washington, d.c. to be removed since he was a slave owner. but in alabama they are moving to protect the monuments to make it illegal to remove them and change name of schools that have been in place for 40 years. the next city that may follow in new orleans footsteps is baltimore. the mayor i
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removing its confederate monuments from view. in washington i'm michelle macaluso. michelle: right now at of 2:00 -- >> -- right now at 6:00 -- >> it's a blank. michelle: broken and battered with no idea what happened. the mystery spurring action in a story you will see only on 7. jonathan: caught on video, a man diving the window of a moving car. >> reaching the tipping point. the crash, the aftermath and the rescue on video. >> now, "abc7 news at 6:00". on your side. jonathan: first tonight at 6:00 only on 7, a mystery consuming a d.c. neighborhood and a woman who cams the community home. she woke up like this. in a hospital room battered and bruised, broken bones, concussion and no memory of what happened to her. the search for answers starts at the corner
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street in northwest washington. ryan hughes is joining us live now. the d.c. police don't even know what happened. they don't have a clue, do they? ryan: a lot of people are scratching their heads on this one. the woman believes she was hit by a car but there are a lot of conflicting reports. e.m.s. says yes but the police report says no. now the woman hired a private investigator. the p.i. canvassed the neighborhood and posted signs around the area trying to get more information. posters are on the ground and flyers taped to poles to help provide answers. >> i have physical consequences but no recollection of the actual event. ryan: kate cowen can't remember the aftermath. -- can't remember the accident, only the aftermath. she broke her arm and she has


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