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horace: straight ahead, driven to action. about the new details man who drove a truck straight at ec police officers and a ddot employee in adams morgan. and a life cut short. family and friends remember a teenager's life c
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and a celebration at the capital pride parade. news at 11:00, on your side. horace: disturbing new details revealed tonight about the man who hit two d.c. police officers and a ddot employee thursday night. good evening. i'm horace holmes. week,ently as this brandon morman advocated killing the police, according to witnesses. he was charged with aggravated assault. the ddot worker and one police released fromeen the hospital. one officer is still in the hospital, showing improvement. there is a gofundme page to assist with the recovery. nearly $9,000 has been donated so far.
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two montgomery county teenagers were murdered the night before their graduation. a 17 euro was buried earlier this week. family and friends are choosing to remember them. reporter: family and friends him, shot and killed just days before his 19th birthday and the night before his high school graduation full stop friends say he was a bright and a copley student who strive to do his best. he was supposed to start school at the university of maryland in the fall. those dreams were cut short monday night when he and a friend were shot and killed sitting in a car in montgomery village. his stepfather says the hurt feelings are not his legacy. that is n
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artem. that will not be his legacy. reporter: montgomery county police are still actively investigating this case. if you have information, you are asked to call crime solvers -- 1-866-411-tips. there were marches from coast to coast today, people filling the streets and nearly two dozen cities, marching against sharia law. the group that organized the march is being accused of being a hate group. the march against sharia law they say is fighting for human rights, and some protesters are taking a stand. a celebration bursting with color and pride, the annual capital pride parade in dupont circle earlier the
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community. q mccray explains how the festivities were interrupted more than once. ♪ q: the cheers. the flags. this was capital pride parade 2017. hundreds of thousands lined the d.c. streets, an event mayor muriel bowser holds dear to her heart. a message echoed by many in the crowd. >> the freedoms in america that we all enjoy. >> we wanted to show our support. q: the parade was interrupted multiple times by a pro-lgbtq group no justice, no pride. police had to reroute the parade, uptt
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it was disappointing. q: still, the parade went on, float after float. we saw a lot of pride, a lot of enthusiasm, a lot of of people coming together and making friends. q: the message of the day was not lost. in northwest washington, q mccray, abc 7 news. horace: it was beautiful today. some are starting in two weeks and it's already starting to feel like summer. a hot day and the temperatures are only going to climb, josh? josh: that's right, and quickly. some of us are already in the mid-90's. still a great night, a lot of people at the national harbor enjoying it. where the temperatures are right now, a strong southerly
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allowing the numbers to stay in the upper 70's, close to 80. 77d.c., 76 quantico, culpeper 67. a lot of us don't really cool off too much. tamara morning, 72 degrees at 7 a.m., lunch time near 90 -- tomorrow. we top out tomorrow near 94. 96, and thetuesday humidity goes up as well. more about that and the heat index, would it will feel like, coming up in about 10 minutes. were a lot of things going on today, much of it outdoors. it was hot, but the heat did not keep people away from the pride parade, celebrate fairfax, or pups in the park park. >> a perfect day for the baseball game. super excited to be here and see all of these dogs here. ra
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available for everyone at the capital pride parade. new information about the insider attack on u.s. soldiers. the tele-band is now claiming responsibly after four u.s. troops were shot by an afghan soldier that they were training. onee soldiers died, wounded, the afghan shooter was killed. >> when heroes fall, americans grieve. our thoughts and prayers are with the families of these american heroes. horace: the attack in the same province where the u.s. dropped the mother of all bombs on taliban targets in april in afghanistan. an update on the incident an ancestor dan were a car plowed into a crowd of -- in and stirred am were a car plowed into a crowd of people in amsterdam. they believe that the driver got sick at the wheel.
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of theeleased video police rescuing a south carolina woman who was chained inside of a storage container. she was held hostage by a serial killer. >> we are going to get you out now. horace: the woman and her boyfriend had been missing for three months. the police found her in november. >> charlie? he shot him. >> who did? shot him three times and put him in the bucket of the tractor, and i've never seen him again. month, aast 44-year-old pled guilty to the murder, along with six other killings. he was sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences. coming up -- getting to know you, virginia voters
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a closer look at the candidates hoping to become the commonwealth's next governor. and giving cameras a better view, a look at the widest
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the insurance companies and the credit card companies and the wall street banks - that's what tom perriello is about. i was proud to stand with president obama because progressive causes have been my life's work. i'm tom perriello, and i'm running for governor to reduce economic inequality, raise wages, eliminate the burden of student debt and protect our climate. together we really can build a virginia that works for everyone.
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horace: attorney general jeff sessions has agreed to answer questions from the senate intelligence committee next week on russian meddling into the november elections. sessions said the decision came in light of former fbi director james comey's testimony to the same committee. assesses recused -- sessions recused himself from the federal investigation. pollsians go to the tuesday for the primary head of november's elections. wants you to have the information you need before casting your vote. jeff goldberg takes a closer look at the democrats running for governor. in the race for the democratic nomination, a narrative has taken ship.
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of the trump resistance, backed by bernie sanders and elizabeth warren. >> a more passionate campaign with a bolder vision. f: and the lieutenant governor, backed by a free democrat in the virginia general assembly as well as the governor. >> he's part of the establishment and the national establishment. there is a lot of influence coming from out of state. jeff: a native of the eastern shore, he is a doctor and army veteran who served six years in the state senate before winning the race for lieutenant governor in 2013. >> i know how to fight and win. at the same time i can bring people to the table and do what is in the best interests of virginians. tom: tom perry yellow -- tom perriello served one term in congress, from 2008 to
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2010, claiming he lost his seat because he voted for obamacare. >> republican leaders are trying to do this to affordable health care. at opposing the obamacare repeal received national attention. he views the democratic primary as a referendum on the president. >> it will be the first statewide opportunity in the entire country to send a signal about rejecting the agenda of hate and bigotry from donald trump. >> on june 13, this is an election about virginia, not the country. jeff: polls are tight and the candidates agree on many issues, medicaid expansions, lgbt writes, and expanding gun laws. >> i think more people are realizing i give democrats the best chance to win. jeff: style could t
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jeff goldberg, abc 7 news. horace: tomorrow night, a look at the republican candidates in the virginia governor's race. a beautiful day today, beautiful night. josh: it really was. the humidity creeping up, but it feels nice at nighttime. during the daytime, not quite as nice. that sticks around the next few days. still 77 degrees at reagan national. the dew point, hanging in the 50's earlier today, the measurement of the moisture in the air, how muggy it feels come in the 50's is great. mid-sixties, close to 70, that is soupy air. tonight not quite as bad further in the burbs. this area of high pressure is basically stuck with us in this position, building out in the atlantic the next couple days. that creates this southwesterly
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days. every day we tackle in just a bit more heat and a bit more mugginess. the humidity peaks wednesday, but that is also when the temperatures come down. a little bit of an interesting set up tuesday and wednesday. overnight, quiet, mostly clear, milder. open up the windows, let the fresh air inside. tomorrow, especially midday, probably crank up the ac. early tomorrow morning, 7:00 , or, celebrate fairfax 5k any of the races around town come just know that it's hot very quickly. 9:00 a.m. come already 83, 88 at 11 a.m. i will be in fairfax and so will meteorologist alex liggitt. we will have the storm trak with us. whatever races or walks, stay hydrated and plenty of sunscreen.
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this will be the first day of the heat wave that continues into monday, tuesday. wednesday may be the next chance of rain. tomorrow 94. i don't think we are close to the record. the record is 101 in 1911. monday and tuesday, 95 and 96, right in line with the current records. mind, what is average or normal this time of year is about 83 degrees. we are well above average. this would be the first official heat wave of the year. this is the more important part, today, the dew point and humidity stayed in check. tomorrow creeps up, monday the same, and tuesday and wednesday we are heading towards humid and soupy air. mid-nineties the next three days, the heat the story. wednesday is when we bring in the chance of rain and thundersto
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that is probably the muggiest. closer to normal the end of the week. next weekend, we hang on to the chance of scattered thunderstorms. a very dry weekend this time, but probably not quite the same next saturday. really just on to feel like summer. horace: some like it hot. robert: yeah, like the cavs and warriors. things were heated last night during the nba finals. and this meant everything to the nats. z2e1iz zi0z
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the plate. but hisy ruled safe, foot never touches home and they change the call. 3-3, just delaying the inevitable. 11th, deep to left. leaps and cannot get it, three run shot. the rangers beat the nats, 6-3. horace: same guy? robert: same guy. tonight, the washington nationals foundation is highlighting community contributions at the 12 annual dream gala, the primary fundraiser for the dream foundation. anchor,osted by an espn featuring a silent auction. cavs senate playoff record for the most three-pointers made in a game with 24. not only that, it got physical. two b
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lebron james and kevin durant, jaw jacking. and of course draymond green never keeps quiet. in fact, he was upset because he wanted to celebrate in the cavaliers locker rooms. >> some of the guys told me that they wanted to celebrate on our floor once again. they wanted to spray champagne in our locker rooms. came from >> at the end of the day, we do not expect them to come out and lay down. i cannot foresee them coming to oracle and hitting 24 three-pointers. l?bert: you like lebron's shaw game five is monday in oakland, coverage begins at 8:30.
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sneakers will be auctioning on ebay tomorrow. they are valued at $30,000. they were basically for apple employees in the early 1990's. the sneakers have the company's old rainbow macintosh logo on them and are size 9.5. just onepair. narrator: the washington post endorses dr. ralph northam. mr. northam uld make the better governor. and virginia progressives agree. ralph northam is the only candidate who stood up to the nra after the virginia tech shooting. dr. northam led the fight to stop the republicans' transvaginal ultrasound law. ralph is a leader for education, expanding pre-k for thousands of families in virginia. ralph northam: making progress means taking on tough fights, and as governor, i won't let donald trump stand in our way.
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