tv Good Morning Washington 430am ABC September 4, 2017 4:30am-5:00am EDT
after the discovery of a giant world war two era bomb-- forced them out. demolition experts in germany successfully defused the four-thousand pound bomb. more than 60-thousand people in frankfurt had to be evacuated in case it exploded. while such precautions are common when unexploded bombs are found... this was germany's largest single evacuation since the war ended. president trump is expected to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals' program, better known as daca. multiple news organizations, including the associated press, claim the white house plans to delay the enforcement f
daca' allows nearly undocumented immigrants brought to the u-s as children to remain in the country. a formal announcement is scheduled for tomorrow. the president has nominated the former head of a coal company to lead the agency that oversees mining safety. david zatezalo is the president's choice to run the mine safety and health administration. the former rhino resources executive clashed with federal regulators when the obama administration tried to boost industry enforcement after a deadly mine disaster. on the hill this week... congress returns to work tomorrow after the august recess. priorities include hurricane relief, raising the debt ceiling and passing a budget. the white house is pushing for action on tax reform. congress has until september 30th to repeal obamacare' with a simple majority. afterwards -- repeal would need 60 votes and democratic support to pass. the death toll from harvey is now at least 50.. as residents begin the long process of recovery. it's been 10 days since hurricane harvey made landfall..
continues in some of the hardest hit areas across texas. new evacuations have been ordered in west houston. the power has been cut off, to reduce the risk of electrocutions. water levels are not expected to recede for weeks, after the controlled release of two major reservoirs. in beaumont, texas, nearly 120-thousand in beaumont, texas, nearly 120-thousand residents must rely on bottled water. crews are still waiting for floodwaters to recede, before they can repair the broken water pumps. thousands of texas residents took part in yesterday's national day of prayer.. to begin the healing process. right now -- raging wildfires spreading out west. california governor jerry brown issuing a state of emergency in los angeles county -- as firefighters try to contain the biggest fire in the history of l-a. it is one of several wildfires burning -- as crews battle dry conditions and sweltering temperatures. jim avila has the latest from los angeles.
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story-- we want to say that everyone involved is ok. but some of you may find the video disturbing. security camera video showing an s-u-v plowing into a group of people on a sidewalk in massacusetts. the vehicle actually pinned a man and woman underneath it, and hit a third person before finally stopping. all three suffered what officials call "non-life threatening" injuries. the driver of the s-u-v, a 60 year old woman, was not hurt. no word if she will face criminal charges or what caus
at this hour -- a driver is in custody after a crash that injured several people outside the trump hotel in northwest. police claim that driver slammed into multiple cars and he was wanted for assault with a deadly weapon. cheryl conner talked to a witness - who watched police swarm to the area. happening on this labor day..
be delivering free meals to first responders.. for the 16th year in a row. this is happening nationwide. all 800 olive garden restaurants will be taking part. the agencies in our area that will receive free meals include the hyattsville police department.. the solomons volunteer rescue squad and fire department.. charles county fire and e-m-s.. and fairfax county fire and rescue. you may want to check out some labor day events taking place throughout our region. in kensington, maryland.. a labor day parade kicks off at 10 a.m. the olde towne gaithersburg labor day parade begins at one p.m. in herndon, virginia.. a labor day festival will run from 11 a.m. until five p.m. at the herndon town green. the event will feature virginia wine and craft beer tastings, live music, and a craft show. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - sunny & warm labor day - hot & humi
school tomorrow; pm storms - rainy midweek - tracking hurricane irma - impacts to u.s. possible by early next week today: mostly sunny. seasonably warm and breezy. highs: 83-86 winds: sw 5-15 mph tonight: mainly clear. milder. lows: 64-70 winds: sw 5 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. hot, humid, and breezy. pm thunderstorms. highs: 86-89 winds: sw 10-15 g 20 mph a bird has people
mysteriously popping up and attacking people in the kansas city area. owls have swooped down on at least three families in the last several weeks. the attacks even have experts scratching their heads. usually - owls tend to avoid people but can become aggressive when defending their babies. the community has reached out to experts to humanely capture and relocate the owls. check out this unbelievable story - a texas firefighter saw his wedding plans go underwater, thanks to harvey. but his fiancee will still have a dress to wear t
her wedding dress is the only thing that didn't get soaked. he found it last week - hanging inches from the water - with not a stain on it! the couple was set to tie the knot next week but they have postponed the wedding. are you the next american idol?? well tomorrow is your time to shine. auditions are taking place at the westfield annapolis mall beginning at 9 a-m. if you want to try-out - you'll find everything you need to know at "wjla-dot-com slash sing." and we'll be bringing you live coverage all morning long! stick with "good morning washington" as we speak with hopefuls, play some idol trivia, and give you an inside look at auditions. a lot more to come here on good morning washington -- johnny -- what are you working on?
eyes another monster storm in the atlantic. complete stormwatch coverage, as hurricane season intensifies. good morning washington. toss to eileen - sunny & warm labor day - hot & humid for back to school tomorrow; pm storms - rainy midweek - tracking hurricane irma - impacts to u.s. possible by early next week today: mostly sunny. seasonably warm and breezy. highs: 83-86 winds: sw 5-15 mph tonight: mainly clear. milder. lows: 64-70 winds: sw 5 mph tuesday: mostly