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thank you for staying with us, i'm tony perkins >> i'm shawn yancy. we're learning more about the attacker but investigators still haven't determined if this was an act of terrorism. jim lokay is here with the story. >> reporter: this went on quite a while this morning, really it finished itself up in just about a minute. police identified the attacker as 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan. he was born in somali but was a legal resident. he was a student at ohio state studying investigators haven't publicly identified a motive but at this point, not ruling out terrorism. this is how it unfolded. shortly before 10:00 this morning, he drove his car over a curb and intentionally mowed down a group of pedestrians. he got out and started stabbing people with a butcher knife. two people were stabbed. one right now has a fractured skull and 11 people were hurt. >> there were multiple injuries
from the stab wounds and a number of people that had orthopedic and other soft tissue injuries related to being hit by the car initially >> you never think something like this is going to happen. it's mind blowing. the most tragic thing that you can imagine happening to a school. especially after, you know, like a big weekend like we just had and thanksgiving and everything. this is just crazy. >> you're looking at a photo of the campus police officer who shot and killed him. his no, ma'am is alan horujko. investigating a nearby gas leak when the attack happened. he ordered him to drop the knife and shot him when he didn't by the way the command, the attack was a minute after it started but the whole ordeal lasted quite a while. they're praising the 28-year-old officer for his quick action. law enforcement officers are telling sources the fbi are examining a facebook post that
he told the lantern paper he is muslim and needed a place to pray openly. he told the newspaper during the interview, if people look at me a muslim praying, i don't know what they're going to think. what's going to happen? i don't blame them, it's the media that put that picture in their heads. the attack prompted the university to put out a series of tweets that there was an active shooter on campus. they were telling students to run, hide or fight. the warning was prompted by police gunfire, not shots fired by the su the shelter in place but that order was lifted about 90 minutes after that attack. shawn? >> thank you, jim. police are still looking for the gunman who shot and killed a 16-year-old girl last friday. brianna mcmillon steps away from her home in southeast when she was shot. her death came up tonight when neighbors and amc commissioners met to talk about stopping spike
is not going to stop what happened over there on i street the other day. that was a violent offender who felt like they could shoot a gun off and as a result we have a 16-year-old dead. we have multiple cameras over in that area. i think people >> no, we don't. >> i will let commander kane brief her on the meetings we've had and i think some of our residents here will come up and talk and brief you on the numerous requests i've had where the hot spots and we might identify those last year. >> residents are asking for more police officer patrols, dc police say they are doing everything they can to investigate the spike in crime. illegal dirt bikes and atfs have become a big nuisance on streets. mayor michelle obama and peter newsham got a close-up view of the problem during a press
stop it? lindsay watts has more >> i watched and listened as the bikers came screaming through right in front of the press conference last night. i shared i the video on twitter and got a lot of responses. people saying no other city would d put up with this. one woman saying her car was overtaken by a crew of bikers and people asking for something to be done stop this. a police union saying officers are going after illegal bikers but they're hitting a roadblock when it comes to punishment >> dozens brought a press conference on recent homicides to a halt. riders with no regard for the law. even right in front of a police station and top dc leaders. >> this happens every day in every district. >> reporter: police union treasurer gregory pemberton
police have a no chase policy. just like on sunday, riders know police are limited with how they can respond >> under those conditions, it really doesn't make sense for the police to be chasing the vehicles that could cause a more dangerous situation. what officers are doing is out smarting, catching them at the gas pumps, alleys, where they're exchanging vehicles, that's where we're capturing. thick illegal riders in the last six months and destroyed more than 100 atfs so far this year, but the union did some of its own research, looking at arrests from 2014 and 2015. >> really none of the people being charged were actually going to jail for the offenses. >> reporter: pemberton said less than a third arrested were found guilty. most face no fine and no one was sent to james. not to mention dc decided to
$1,000 to 250 a few years ago >> i think that the office of attorney general and dc superior court need to get together and determine what an appropriate penalty is to deter this activity. this is what the penal system is about. penalizing people committing crimes that affect the, >> there's no blanket statement that can be given for how a specific crime is prosecuted or how sentences are this and look at current cases and the kind of penalties that are coming with them. at police headquarters, lindsay watts fox 5 local news. have you seen this man? dc police say he attacked an employee at the grand hyatt he don't 8th street saturday night. investigators say he got in through an unlocked door. he grabbed a victim by her hair, put a knife to her throat and forced her to take off her
pants, she struggled got away and called 911. if you have any idea who this man is you're asked to call police. a virginia family got an unwanted surprise this weekend. according to the louden county sheriff's office, they want found their neighbor's son naked and sleep in their child's room. it happened early saturday at their home in sterling. deputies arrested this man. he faces burglary, indecent exposure and drug char a proposal that would reduce service every day of the week. fox 5 anjali hemphill is live at the addison road metro station. how would this impact metro riders? >> reporter: well, shawn, if this proposal is approved, this metro station would be closing in less than 30 minutes. but i can tell you it's been busy all evening long with people coming and going, many taking the train to get to and from work. they say any late night cuts to
hard to get around. this is the proposal on weekdays, monday through thursday, the metro would operate until 11:30 p.m. right now it closes at midnight. on the weekend, fridays and saturdays, it would run until 1:00 a.m. it usually closes at 3:00 a.m. on sundays, it would change to 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. instead of from 7:00 a.m. to midnight. metro, of course, says these cuts are needed for repairs and maintenance, but argue that the cuts will have a large and disproportion in it impact on low income and minority riders. this option was most supported of the ones they supported where tens of thousands responded. however, the people we spoke to say alternate transportation is unaffordable and limited bus service is unreliable. >> i don't think it's fair for us who catch the train, especially with the fare we got to pay. then they're going to cut the train out. >> reporter: what are your options if they decide to do
>> i guess got to get a ride or leave work earlier >> definitely an inconvenience for everything. you know, especial if people want to do things on a weekend. you have to kind of plan and reranger things, that's what metro is for. >> reporter: do you work late at all? >> occasionally, yes. my part-time job, yes. it will affect that. >> busses got to run late too. if they close the subway. we got to be another way. >> reporter: they they're going to bus service people don't,s it's going to limited. >> i don't think it's true. you know. 12:30 can't nobody get home. ain't no busses out there. >> reporter: if the cuts are approved, they could take effect next summer. live if prince george's county, anjali hemphill fox 5 local news. dc lawmakers will vote next week on whether to give workers
generous paid family leave benefits. it guarantees 11 weeks. it provides eight weeks of leave to care for a sick relative. a new payroll tax on business would say fund the program. like all laws in the district. the proposal would require congressional approval. coming up next,'tis the season for scams. the new ways that hackers are trying to rip you off as you tackle holiday shopping >> are you ordering something from amazon? this taking care of your package right now. look at what it take to get your orders delivered to your front
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second. >> we would have more than 15 million items on average in a typical fulfillment center and those items, we know, are getting to customers' doors faster than ever >> what boggles this simple mind is the fact very little apparently gets misdirected. >> how do you not screw up just one order with all of this going on. >> customers are our number one focus. since day one of amazon, we seeing here that helps us fulfill orders and it's the technology mixed with great people that helps us get items to people. >> reporter: amazon offering cyber monday details as well >> we have all apparel 30% off. >> reporter: we say happy
your home. in baltimore, bob barnard. online fraud attempts will increase more than 40% in the u.s. this season before making online purchases, the fbi says you should secure all bank and credit accounts with strong pass words, never post photos of events tickets on social media, scams can use bar codes to recreate ticketings for resale. don't get your guard down. the biggest day for attempts is christmas eve due to the popularity of gift cards and last minute gifts. anyone a last minute shopper here? >> i try to get it done. my goal every year is to be done before that last few days. >> i like to do one full swoop. sit down and concentrate on it. really. yeah. i went out this past weekend's it wasn't too crazy. i just, a lot of people want to
is not so bad. next couple days, going to be a little wet but by the weekend, not too bad if you want to do shopping. let's take a live look. accu-weather forecast, it is another dry night this monday evening, however, big changes in the forecast beginning tomorrow morning, waking up to rain, i know rain, we haven't had that in the forecast in quite some time so you will have to dust off those umbrellas or dig them out, wherever they are, buried in your trunk or closet so unfortunately moderate drought developed across the area due to the lack of rain particularly this fall, we're going to help alleviate that with right nows tomorrow. and more widespread on wednesday morning, satellite and radar if you go but cloud cover we've had that all day, showers starting to move across portions of central and eastern west virginia, the bulk still is pushing through the ohio valley from michigan all the way down to the southeast where they had severe weather earlier today. by about 2:00, 3:00, thosese
in the 40's, it was a cool day, seasonal. 49 washington, 46 gaithersburg, 46 frederick. it's not too breezy yet. winds out of the south, we'll get a good push out of the south before this rain comes through. as a result. looks like we could see higher gusts of winds. wind advisory is out for eastern west virginia and western portions of virginia. that's until 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. where it can get blustery. fox future ca. timing out this rain, clouds now but by the time we tomorrow morning, we got scattered showers. doesn't look too heavy tomorrow morning, on and off rain showers will persist into the early afternoon. the first half of tomorrow looks pretty wet. by wednesday, second round and stronger round could bring thunderstorms to the area. it will be near 70 on wednesday, this system almost tropical in nature with the wind, warmth and wet weather which looks downright heavy early wednesday
midday wednesday, that's the drive time i'm more concerned about wednesday morning. that surge of warmth temperatures well into the 60's. that will change back to the cool weather in the 40's and 50's. cool temperatures right now in the 40's but i think we'll start to rise. our temperatures warm up towards day break into the mid 50's and then unusually warm 66 in washington. and we just keep rising from there. look at this, a low of 60 on wednesday morning, up to 70 with showers on wednesday. move out by we clear out overnight. mostly sunny drier on thursday, cooler weather to end the work week, first weekend of december, starts out nice saturday. watching a rain chance by sunday and monday. that's a look at your seven-day forecast. tony and shawn? . following break news, fox news is reporting that president-elect trump has picked congressman tom price to lead the department of health and human services. >> the republican from georgia has been an out spoken critic so far of obama.
38 points, game five of the nba finals jordan reads performance while in pain on thanksgiving is one redskins fans won't soon forget. number 86 suffered an ac joint separation during the lots of cowboys on that play. he left the game for awhile. not one to reston his laurels, reid came back to make among other place this spectacular one-handed catch.
today at practice out of action, he has about 30% capacity in that writ shoulder. we asked are you able to do things that you take for granted like dressing yourself >> not really. it's pretty painful right now. i'm getting a lot of help at home with that stuff. i'm just taking it easy. finding out i got to make sure i'm ready to go. they're not going to try to put me out there unless i got strength in my arm. if i'm able to do it, it >> they need him no doubt about it. the wizards hosting the king it would be another big night for bradley. wizards led 49 seconds left. demarcus cousins lays it in to tie at 92. 36 points in 20's boards. wizards chance to win it. jumper is no good. we go to over time. extra session, biel goes for
pulls out the rebound, career high seventh three pointer on the game. biel with 31, wizards one 110-95. >> not only is he wrapping up his college career, planning for his future. getting down on one knee, pulling out a ring and proposing. by the way, is winning on and off the field. >> they're too young. >> young love. >> i told my son -- i don't ever want to see you on tv proposing to some girl. you're too young and don't do that >> two places you don't want to see a proposal. on the football field and during the news.
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