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body armor and a mask before opening fire. >> we had a long night with the children and the grand babies we have left. >> the pass arrest houston -- pastor and his wife were out of town but their daughter belle was there. >> we lost more than belle but she was surrounded by people she loved. >> they call it a senseless tragedy and plead for people not to forget sutherland springs. >> i'm sick over it. i'm ill. i don't feel good yesterday and today. i didn't feel good mentally or physically. my heart goes out to all the people. >> douglas can see the back of his church from the trailer and he heard the shot on sunday morning. he says he would normally be there but didn't go sunday. >> maybe i would have been one of the dead ones. but maybe i could have made a difference. you never know. i feel
>> i didn't go over there to participate. >> we now know kelly did not have a license to carry a gun but he did pass a background check to get security license and he bought several guns. three found at the scene, rifle and two handguns. >> there were no disqualifiers in the national crime information center database to preclimb him from receiving a private security license. >> there are funds being set up to help the families of the victims. one is through wells fargo. another is set up through commerce bank. right now the community is only asking for monetary donations. we are set to get another update from the law enforcement officials in a few hours. reporting in sutherland springs, i'm courtney. larry: as she reported, devin patrick kelley received bad conduct discharge from the military but the domestic violence case should have have prevented him from buyi
gun. the "7 on your side" i-team is trying to find out how he got one. nathan baca has that start of the story. nathan: we're asking the same questions all day today. here is what we know about how the law should have stopped the gun purchase. the law says person receiving dishonorable discharge prohibited from having a gun. but he received a lesser bad conduct discharge. in 2012, according to the airport, the law says anybody serving more than a year in prison for a crime is forbidden for having a gun. kelley was sentenced for a year in military prison for abusing his wife and child. anyone convicted of misdemeanor violence is prohibited having a gun. we asked if the background check missed conviction. >> the military has their own way to handle how things are disclosed or taken forward to the f.b.i. for example and included the
>> we asked both the f.b.i. what happened with the background check. a.t.f. says the f.b.i. has the answers. we are waiting for response from the f.b.i. this everything. live in the newsroom, nathan, abc7 news. larry: the second of the five deadliest shooting in history in the last 35 days. 58 peopled at the harvest music festival in las vegas on october 1. get updates on the investigation in texas downloading the news app. alison: back at home tonight we have new information in the mansion murders case. hearing scheduled today for darron wint was postponed after he got a new lawyer. the man accused of killing four people and setting fire to the house near the naval observatory won't be back in court until january. larry: prince online's county police are still investigating the armed robbery that led to a crash schulting down the -- shutting down the beltway friday. the man driving the getaway
killed when he was hit by unmarked police car now chasing him. >> we have new developments involving paul manafort. federal judge ordered the president's former campaign chairman and his associate rick gates to remain under house arrest. each will be tracked by a g.p.s. until they offer up more bail money to assure they don't flee. both are charged in 12-count indictment related to the russia investigation. >> tuesday morning in japan where president trump is about to fly to south korea. the president will meet with the country's president for the talks with trade and north korean nuclear threat. >> some say the relate rick is strong but look at what has happened with weeing rhetoric and look where we are now. larry: he spent
japanese prime minister and spoke to business leaders. alison: the man accused of attacking senator rand paul may soon face more serious charges. paul was left with five broken ribs and his neighbor charged with assault. it was not about politics but a dispute between neighbors in kentucky. larry: he was treated for side effect to the cancer authority and john mccain will be wearing a walking boot until his injured tendon healed. >> to weather now. i hope you had a chance to get out to enjoy the sun and the warmth. chief meteorologist bill kelly has a check on the forecast. bill: this is hands down the
we are tracking showers and moderate rain around the region. this is not widespread but the individual cells. they are not tall. not severe thunderstorms they are putting down decent rainfall. you are heading to gaithersburg here, montgomery county, maybe a little bit of the small hail in that as well. around recommend recommend. the pockets north of culpeper, moderate rainfall. little bit of hail. moving east at 25 miles per hour. we look at the shot, though, and temperature wise 67 degrees. in addition if you walk outside you will feel humidity out. so there is no, ma'am moisture for the atmosphere to work with. we will keep the temperatures in the 60's at 7:00. 57 by 9:00. 56 at 11:00. i don't have the rain icon on there. not everybody is getting it. but the pockets roll through over the next few hours, you want to be safe and you might want the umbrella with you. they will pass by and then not much going on in terms of rain. temperatures as you mention is a major
possibility if not the likelihood of the first freeze in the seven-day period. we talk about that in a few minutes. larry: see you in a few. developing now a baby is safe tonight after being left in a running car that was stolen. this is all unfolding in northeast d.c. where stephen tschida is live now with the latest on the investigation. stephen: this ordeal ended over my shoulder here on w street. the car discovered and that little boy inside was okay. an adult got out to run an errand and left the car running with the 1-year-old toddler in it. a suspect spotted the vehicle, saw the keys were still in it. it was running. hi hopped in and took off. poneably unaware of the little boy in the backseat.
stephen: shortly afterward the police started to canvass the area. it did not take long to locate the stolen nissan maxima. they found it in the 1400 of w street in northeast d.c. only a mile from where it was stolen. larry: hopefully the baby is back home and i hope the people who did the crime got caught. stephen: >> they found the littleboy and the car but no sign of the suspect. alison: thank you. an update to a story we brought you at 4:00 today. all lanes of the beltway at van dorn are now back open. look at this. this is what happened. two lanes shut down for most of the afternoon after this truck burst into flames. it was about 1:00 this afternoon when this happened. we are told no one was hurt. larry: wow! covering metro
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roberts joins luke at the farm where we learn how he balances it all, family, touring the world and staying at the top of the chart. roberts joined adrianna hopkins at 12:00 noon. >> he is exactly who you think he is. he has a big heart and seeing the love of family and doing whatever you can to help the children and show the people they are no different than anybody else. alison: the special airs tonight at 10:00. c.m.a. is wednesday at 8:00. kidd o'shea will have live reports from the c.m.a.'s starting wednesday. larry: i talked to him this morning. he can't wait to get out. the nominees are out for the songwriters hall of fame. including mariah carey, john mellencamp, tracy chapman. carey cowrote 17 of the 18 number one songs on the billboard hit 100 charts. alison: wow! impressive. speaking of big hits how about the hit broadway show
hamilton. it will have a permanent collection in the smithsonian. the costume from the musical will go on display at the national museum of american history. >> imagine making your broadway debut in the original cast of "hamilton." >> i'm so blessed and fortunate that i was part of the family. >> when morgan was cast, she never should can imagined the musical would become a huge hit. >> this mid-19th century oil abouting of the wife elizabeth or eliza. hamilton was also donated to the museum. >> she was ahead of her time. we like to call her america's first great
philanthropist. >> in 1806, mrs. hamilton founded the orphan asylum society of the city of new york and the cast learned it still operating 200 years later, now known as grand wyndham, they cofounded eliza project to bring music and the art to foster children and youth served by the organization. she directed a documentary about the work. >> so hummable to be here. it means a lot as an artist. mike carter-conneen, abc7 news. alison: wow! what is so exciting about that, hopefully young people, it will give them a reason to go to the museum. it will open the eyes to everything else. we are at a neighborhood party. the kids at the elementary school were singing "hamilton." they had all learned it and they love it. larry: how amazing. when we were in school, alexander hamilton is s
sentence one day and never talked about again. great. speaking of talking about, we are talking about showers out there. bill: they are not widespread. i want to talk about the rain cutting across. in addition we have cool conditions that are making the way across the region as well. we are in the 60's. we will stay there. temperatures across the board. 68 at falls church. 59 for chevy chase, ashburn at 68. manassas at 69. this is the radar over the last couple of hours. this is not widespread. not everyone watching this or hearing the sound of my voice has
this is putting down moderate rainfall. traffic will be backed up. this is remington and it has heavy rainfall return. there has been a cloud-to-ground lightning strike reported. looking at the returns they come on at six to seven inches per hour. there is little hail along this. this will extend 20 miles. it's pouring out there right now but it will pass. it is attached to a cold front that is going to alter the weather story.
by 11:00 tonight i don't expect rain. it's partly cloudy and maybe even mostly cloudy at times and we drop down temperature wise. your drive to work or the polls, all that should be dry. in fact, if you want to get out before the rain comes in i would get to the polls before most likely 10:00 a.m. this is the time stamp. now we have a situation that is widespread rain. this is inconvenient weather traveling to the polls. you will want your umbrella if you have a line that might go outside. don't stand out in this tomorrow. it's also chilly. if you are heading out to the everything polls it's the mid-to-upper 40's. the 24-hour temperature change tomorrow will be considerable. that wi
wednesday we have lingering rain showers in the area before it kicks out of here. for this evening, we will watch rain shower eshere at 7:00. it will taper off tomorrow morning. then we drop to 30's and the 40's with the daytime highs of 51 degrees. the afternoon showers. 50 degree is the high on wednesday. it's well below normal and the opposite. another shot of cool air. draw the attention to the veteran days morning. saturday morning the morning tee times. maybe the morning events you are doing. cold morning. most likely i don't think it is overstated to say that this far out. we have the first freeze. it's the first freeze. it is possible that mother nature will warm it up one but of the modeled a 25 degrees. we'll go conservatively for 32 degrees for veterans day but it's dry. la
thanks, bill. alison: big change from today. wow! well, life in the fast lane took on new meaning in montgomery county today. larry: find out what brought rush hour to a halt. without many complaints. >> what year was the photo taken? >> 1970. kellye: i'm kellye lynn in rockville with the first african-american resource teacher in montgomery county. hear her story coming up in "spotlight on education." larry: but first here is a look at what is coming up on abc7 tonight. alison: now adrianna hopkins with a preview of tomorrow's "good morning washington." adrianna: thanks, guys. tomorrow on "good morning washington" -- check back with us for the latest developments in the texas church massacre as we learn more about the shooter and the victim. >> plus, $1,000 for the perfect eyebrow? "7 on your side" why some are paying that for micro blading. is it worth it? >> wa will have power
supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees. john adams: wrong on health care, wrong on birth control, wrong for virginia. disclaimer: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
albums brings back memory of a life well lived. >> very sophisticated. and a gracious lady. kellye: she is talking about her mother who is in the maryland history book. >> i want to make a good impression on outside people. that since i am the first of this and the first of that. >> the retired educator is the granddaughter of slaves. she received a bachelor degree in education at hampton institute in virginia and master's degree at boston university. after the 1954 supreme court decision that desegregated public schools, clark became one of the first african-american teachers to educate white children. >> it was shaky at times. i said to myself, i'm going to do this. >> in 1962, the board of education selected clark as the first african-american teacher
language arts in county. in 1968, she became principle of aston-hill. the second african-american principal of the integrated school remaining there until her retirement in 1973. >> i was there to teach. kellye: now days before the 100th birthday, the educator and historian looks back on her life with pride. >> teach the children, i wanted to get it to them. i did. larry: what a gorgeous lady. 100 friends and family will gather to celebrate clark's 100th birthday. the stories that she could tell. alison: part of history. strong and elegant. larry: in a two-minute package, i want to hear more. good for her. >> still to come at
>> after a scathing report, defiance at a local school board. larry: later the i-team goes back to a neighborhood plagued by smash-and-grab robberies a year after "7 on your side" started investigating. >> we will tell you what ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. rrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high.
and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you. mark herring: my mom to provide for our family. at one point, she got fired for of all things -- tting married. that was a lifelong lesson for me: when people are hurt, you need to stand up and do something. and i've never forgotten that as your attorney general. whether it's protecting veterans and seniors from shady debt collectors, or cracking down on gangs and drug traffickers, i have one guiding principle: do what's right for people. i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
nancy: i'm nancy chen at the "live desk." following breaking news of a 16-month-old found unconscious in a bathtub. the cod her in critical condition after being found around 2:30 today. block of winding branch terrace. loudoun county sheriff department telling us that the child, the baby, the toddler is in the hospital tonight. back to you. larry: thank you. church leaders and the police in the area are doing more than praying to prevent violence at places of worship. the prince william county police planned a training session before the mass shooting at a church in texas. cheryl conner has more on what is being done to stop similar attacks. cheryl: there is the natural instinct to let you guard down. >> for worshipers at the st. thomas moore cathedral in arlington, a cross above gives them a sense of protection. but she knows the safety takes more than p
>> i know a guy tried to come in side door and it was localed. >> a change. the director for risk management suggested. >> have one entrance, once mass begins. >> mary stewart worked for 13 months to train ushers and greeter to former police officer is trying to pro vent an incident similar to the shooting in texas where 2 of people were killed by a lone gunman at a church. >> stuart says more than half the incident start in the parking lot. so she is training greeters to keep an eye out here as service is going on. >> the prince william county police department encouraging places of worship to take similar proactive steps. >> you could be surprised as what you could possibly prevent if you are looking at other people. >> the public can come to the next training schedule november 21. >> we never anticipated this. we had churches open all night long. now we are starting to be
safety but it is only natural for her to lean on faith. >> what happens happens, it's the way it will be. >> in arlington, cheryl conner, abc7 news. alison: the bodies of five men killed in a truck attack in manhattan last week arrived back in argentina today. at the same time, argentina's president paid his respects in new york city. new york city mayor de blasio accompanied the argentine president to the crash sight. a man drove a pickup in pedestrians and cyclist on halloween and faces federal terrorism charges. larry: police officers on administrative leave tonight after wounding a suspect in wheaton. this happened 8:30 sunday night at t
the suspect's injury are not life threatening. the other driver was not hurt. alison: massive audit of the grade fixing allegation in prince george's county. brad: the hours after the scathing report was made public friday, the chair sent this letter to board members demanding the investigation citing the board rules. he asked for all whistle blower information, elected members edward burroughs and david murray may process and threatened action if they didn't turn it over by 12:00 noon today. burroughs remains defiant. >> it feels like they are trying to make an example out of us.
>> as the deadline passed, the board member seemed to back off the threat but was still unhappy with the dissident members. >> they have every right to speak to anybody they want publicly. but they don't have the right to conduct their own investigation. >> county executive rushern baker who has made improving p.g. schools cornerstone of the administration is seeking distance from the drama. >> the board members want to move the school system forward. how they internally get to that is their policy. tonight it seems quiet but the problem has not gone away. he doesn't know what he will
information over and the board members will ask for emergency meeting to the entire school board. we'll stay on the story. brad bell, abc7 news. larry: thank you. charles county schools getting a boost to teach students about the environment. the national oceanic and the atmospheric association giving school district a grant this morning to fund professional development for teachers, high school biology classes. alison: there is sticker shock at the d.c. parking meters because today rates at some meters jumped out to $5.50 an hour. most in the penn quarter neighborhood near capital one arena. the idea is to charge more when the spots are in demand at an event and less at other points around the city. we have more on how it is working out tonight at 6:00. >> water
fellow. it was enough water to buckle the road. drivers were forced to the center lane to get around the big mess. alison: special delivery in the middle of rush hour in montgomery county. a woman gave birth near columbia pike. the fire department says mom, dad and baby are doing well but the emergency crews had to block a few lanes for a while. every time we hear the stories it boggles the mind. larry: as a mother of two. alison: usually the dads are more panicked than the moms. larry: as a father of two, yes, that would be correct. i cannot imagine. coming up next at 5:00. >> call it the trump effect. huge impact in the virginia house of delegate races coming up tomorrow. we will examine the issue in a report coming up. >> have you seen the man. police say he is targeting pricy stores around the d.m
bill: we continue to track showers around the area. moderate rainfall and cloud-to-ground lightning strikes in many area as as the cold front sweeps through. in the northern part of the district seeing showers. this is the cell that moved through gaithersburg. cutting across, continuing to move off to the west. we have seen the showers develop. the biggest one we have by far is this one down to the south, moving to fauquier county. it's coming across at 30 miles per hour or so. places like hartwood a
q: hello. welcome to the "7 on your side" fighting back wall of justice. i'm q mccray. we have a special alert for you today from the metropolitan police department. here he is, they say he is accused thief with an eye for crazy clothing. the sun still out when he walks in the store in georgetown but he didn't care. he lets a customer leave. makes sure the coast is clear and starts grabbing clothing. he toughs the merchandise in his bag. he is about to leave but has second thoughts and snatches more clothes. call the d.c. police department in you have any information. let's look at the wall of justice. 19-year-old ruben morris steals credit cards. they want 54-year-old mary elizabeth lord for burglary. metropolitan police are offering a $10,000 reward for information about darrell hinkal who is wanted for a shooting. d.c. police and the u.s. marshals want
williams behind bars. he is accused of assault with a dangerous weapon and burglary charges. prince william county police say arguetta is wanted for abduction and assault and battery. if you have information about the fugitives, call the police. i'm q mccray. we'll see you next week with another edition of "7 on your side" fighting back wall of justice. alison: still ahead at 5:00 -- we head back to a neighborhood plagued by smash-and-grab robberies. find out if anything changed. larry: redskins pull off a shocker against the seahawks and we'll hear what fans think in sports. alison: tonight at 11:00, the struggles and the heartbreak of what is often called childhood alzheimer's. robbing children of their memories. ultimately their lives. "7 on your side" reveals a breakthrough that could buy the children precious time at 11:00.
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it got "7 on your side"'s attention last spring. so we planted a bait car and we caught thieves on hidden camera. it was shocking video of the break-ins in broad daylight. look at that. after the reports air there was a flurry of police activity in the neighborhood. now "7 on your side" goes back for a check-in. has everything changed there? here is i-team reporter scott taylor. scott: "7 on your side" under cover. this past spring, capturing three alarming daylight smash-and-grabs in northwest d.c. >> those are the guys right there. >> the i-team helped police track down two suspects who were then arrested. we are back in the same neighborhood. are smash-and-grabs still an issue? >> i lived here for five years. in the last two and a half years my car has been broke into three times. scott: the fake car back on the street. over several hours we waited but nobody broke in. a huge difference from the
car in may including this one in less than 20 minutes. we ran the numbers and it appears that "7 on your side," the d.c. police are making a difference. >> one big change after the first story, d.c. police are all over the second district neighborhood. officers next to the vehicle walking by and on bike patrol. since the first investigation, the thefts in autos decreased compared to last year. across the city in washington, d.c., we have seen a 16work decrease. for 16% decrease. >> it's unfortunate you had to do that but at least they are going down. scott: auto thefts in five of the seven districts in d.c. continue to drop. >> that is grate. good work! >> d.c. mayor muriel bowser pitched in two over the s
to not leave valuables in cars. will the numbers continue to drop in the metropolitan police department doesn't use bait cars because of the liability issues. be you never know when "7 on your side" will be back on the street. the two suspects we helped track down both took plea deals. one is in a first offender program doing community service. the other sentenced to 45 days in jail. scott taylor, abc7 news. alison: well, a different set of suspects plaguing this florida neighborhood. sarah cox caught video of five bears tearing through her garbage over the weekend. they don't look afraid at all. one walked right up to her at the glass door. the bears left a big mess but no one was hurt. the community says this is certainly not the first time the bears have come through. they are asking everyone there to secure the trash hoping they won't c
larry: good luck with that. "7 on your side" with a consumer alert. target out with the holiday hours. thanksgiving doors open at 6:00 in the everything. you have time to eat first. stores close at midnight to let you and the employees get rest before black friday gets going. last year it was open the entire way through. alison: well, beer fans out there, the original dog fish head brewing and the east pup is gone. demolition began this morning. more than two decade after opening in rehoboth beach. they outgrew that location and they opened a bigger one next door. the small pub opened in 1995. since then, it's become a top 15 craft brew in the country. larry: wow! alison: i know you have lunchbox weat
just shockingly warm. bill: we have the first freeze potentially saturday morning. you mentioned lunch box weather. check this out. here it is. meteorologist josh knight. that is robert. robert, josh told me he went out and spoke to kids here. robert said i need the angle so you stand there and i'll get the angles. there he is with the tornado machine. in-depth look at the instruments. fun stuff including the storm track 7. the great weather question tonight. >> hi. i'm kendall, fourth grader. my question is why can you see your breath when it's cold outside? bill: this is a question near and dear to my heart because it has to do with the dew point temperature.
it this way. it's condensation. to get condensation you take invisible water vapor all around us, cool it down. when it hits the dew point it condenses to the liquid. so why do you see your breath when it's cold? in our mouth we are 98 degrees. a lot of moisture in there. a lot of weather guys with a lot of hot air spit out. there is a lot of moisture. when you talk that goes out in the atmosphere. if it's super cold outside the moisture from your mouth immediately cools to the dew point temperature which condenses. you see your breath. that is why you see generally when it's cold. it has more to do with the moisture content than the temperature. that is why. alison: awesome question. larry: great question. good answer. >> i don't know that i heard that answer. larry: good stuff. alison: thank you. larry: big sunday for the redskins. alison: wow! what a game. robert: i will keep it real. i was shocked. be honest.
the road. banged up. no one had a lot of confidence, sunday, including me. boy was i wrong and everyone else. erin hawksworth spoke with the fans about the win and the former fan favorite more of a fan next. erin: as a redskins fan on victory monday, how are you feeling? >> i am feeling really good. my wife is esat thetic. a -- ecstatic. die-hard redskins fan. has all the stuff, pillows and the shirts and all that. enders where is she? she sounds amazing. >> she is at work. erin: darn! this victory monday just seems special. >> my god. it was amazing. that was the best game. erin: nobody gave redskins a chance. it is one of the more impressive and the shocking winds in recent redskins history. >> we wonder
>> defense played absolutely terrific. >> wow! >> sorry to cut you off but i was hyped. >> even chris cooley is impressed. >> this was the most exciting game i have been a part of simps i have been out of playing football. >> how many times did they say it's a win to give locker room confidence? >> we stopped by 980 to get cooley's take on sunday's victory. >> the drama in the last two minutes was unbelievable. my heart stopped. hol your breath drive. >> why do you think they won? >> unbelievable heart. that is something as a fan you have to respect. they never quit. they played their guts out. everybody made plays. there at redskins park, erin hawksworth, abc7 sports. robert: you said it. any given sunday. anything can
linemen not playing. where does that happen? larry: find a way to win in maybe the toughest place to win in the league. >> on the road. larry: thanks. alison: get to nancy chen at the "live desk." nancy: fairfax county police are now searching for a missing mother and her 3-year-old daughter whos whos he not -- who have not been seen or heard from since 6:30 last night. 27-year-old gayle and her daughter maya last seen on their home in falls church. detectives believe they left in a blue 2012 toyota highlander with virginia plates. we are told that the mom is in need of medical attention. we will continue to stay on top of the breaking story and bring you the latest as it develops. nancy chen at the "live desk." larry: thanks. voters getting ready to head to the polls tomorrow. alison: when we come back, find out
will have power over your health care. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged more for health care; premiums would go up. and adams supports giving employers the power to block birth control access for female employees. john adams: wrong on health care, wrong on birth control, wrong for virginia. disclaimer: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
will go to poll to elect the next governor. 3 to a 9-point lead for democratic ralph northam. we showed you a poll last week that put the current lieutenant governor 17 points. that was last week's. today's poll by the same organization gives only a nine-point lead over the republican contender. michelle: today marks one year since president trump was elected. political analysts say one of the impact of that election is felt this time around. richard reeve reports a record number of women are in the running for house of delegate seats in virginia. >> with the election a day away she is still knocking on doors. >> i think it's important to have a seat at the table. >> a cyber security specialist and mother of two is political novice. running in the women's march on washington. >> you wake up november 9. a total different universe than what we expected. >> democrat she is running for the seat int
she is not alone. 43 female democrats on the ballot. 26 never run for office before. >> the political landscape changing, too. more women are running for house of delegate seats than before. >> political science professor calls it the trump effect. >> a win or lose on tuesday, democrats demonstrate the key trump effect is a willingness on the part of many voters, particularly, women, to run for office. >> there has been a fire lit under a lot of people. >> she is running for campaign against republican richard anderson. his sign in the front yard, trump support. >> i voted for him. i don't agree with everything he does. >> he says the president and the delegates are two different things. >> eis representing me in state legislature. >> the trump effect tested at the polls on election day. in woodbridge, richard reeve, abc7 news. jonathan: right now at 6:00 --
with our children and grandbabies we have left. jonathan: the heartbreak of another mass shooting. the new information on the gunman, the motive and just how he got his weapons. >> the stormwatch7 alert lighting up tonight. more coming our way. plus a shift in the temperatures. >> somebody hurts you like they did me. jonathan: a little boy, his legs claimed by tragedy is about to meet a perfect match. but first breaking news from the "live desk." announcer: from abc7 news, this is a breaking news alert. nancy: we begin with breaking news from the secret service. before 3:00 this afternoon secret service were told to look out for michael arega reportedly traveling to d.c. to, "kill all white police at the white house." secret service found him near lafayette park around 4:00 this afternoon and charges are pending against him from dallas. we will bring you the latest as it comes in the newsroom.
chen, abc7 news. jonathan: at 6:00, investigators combing every inch of a house of worship turned crime scene. horrible scene. part of a search for answers after a massacre inside. nancy: as we come on the air, new details are coming to light about the gunman and the lives he took. we know 26 people are confirmed dead. the youngest victim is 18 months old. 20 others are wounded. police say the gunman killed himself after a good samaritan opened fire on him and chased him from the crime scene. jonathan: tonight the church's pastor reflecting on the lives forever changed including his because his 14-year-old daughter was among those killed. two dozen friends taken. >> we have had a long night with our children and grandbaby tas we have left. >> most of church family is gone. a few of us that are left behind lost tragically yesterday. michelle: tonight family members are sharing pictures of those killed. among th