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police officers parked in the driveway. others are scattered throughout the neighborhood. bright 17-year-old shot and killed. detectives trying to figure out why. watching her grow up to be a young girl. is so hard braking, because she was a beautiful kids for. old amber stanley in intruder kicked in door, walked upstairs into a bedroom, and shawn perry multiple times. >> she was very sweet, beautiful inspiring, onry way to college. the mother was inconsolable waser daughter's body from the home. detectives spent hours dusting for prince and canvassing the neighborhood, looking in garbage drains fororm evidence, including the gun. several people in however the 17-year- old was fatally shot. >> this person walked to the amber bus stop with yesterday morning.
nothing seemed out of the .rdinary i told her bye. tragic. >> neighbors and friends say the honor and friendsat flowers high school had dreams of going to harvard and becoming a lawyer. for any parent, just to see the stress last night, the mother what she went i would not wish that anyone. >> it does not make any sense. >> the male suspect is still on the lows this afternoon. thece not ready to say if teenager attacker. mother and the two sisters the home at the time were not harmed. john gonzalez reporting from kettering. >> of 15 year-old in critical being hit by a car while on a bicycle. it's happened this morning off 4 and air park road. find pamela we brown. >> the accident unfolded just
morning.00 this montgomery county police say that two teenage girls work on bicycles wearing helmets. trying to cross the road with the signal. made it across the no downside. as they crossed the southbound one of the girls, aged 15, struck and was thrown 10 or away from the crosswalk. her bicycle ended up another 20 from there. there are heavy skid marks on the scene. the car did slow down significantly before impact. t was struck was taken to suburban hospital with life-threatening injuries. what police said. >> thereby across would field road to gather. in the crosswalk, there are going against the light. the 15-year-old was wearing a helmet at the time of the collision. the driver of the striking
e scene.did stay on th police say it does not appear the driver will face any charges. police spoke with several witnesses, about five of them, because thisened, unfolded during the morning rush. girl is at suburban hospital threatening injuries. if she will undergo surgery today. the other bicycle make it across the sidewalk and was not harmed. reporting live in gaithersburg, pamela brown. >> thanks so much for that. marks the one-year of the east coast earthquakes. people felt the 5.8 magnitude quake all the way from florida up the coast of canada. damage in theof washington area. jummy olabanji joins us live mall wheretional are still under way a year later. yes, repair is still going on at the washington monument behind us. its clients to take several years and tens of millions of
dollars. during a news conference today, also talked about what everyone should do to get ready. onn though we don't live coast, an earthquake could happen again. >> in a sense, this earthquake and washington was in path >> . on the anniversary, city and leaders held a news conference to talk earthquake case another act of mother nature happens again. to manyolast year did the wrongdoing when started to shake. officials say you should drop to ground, covered, and hold on to something stable. leaving your building is probably not the right thing to do, especially in this case. we will be working very closely with the earthquake consortium, the federal emergency management outem to push that message continue not only to do exercise this year but to in the future with our residents and the folks
here.ive and work >> it started to shake really bad. on?, what's going so i run out of the house. >> what is even more surprising lasting effects of the as the damage to the washington monument. today officials said scaffolding go up around the tower will be completed in years. >> i'm anxious for it to reopen. exciting. you saw that d.c. firefighter demonstrating what you should do and during an earthquake. in just a couple weeks, on october 18, the entire east coast, all those states will hold a national shakeout. means everyone will this deal atn .0:18 in the morning d.c. will be participating in that shakeout. city will be led by mayor vincent gray. live, jummy olabanji.
>> investigators trying to figure out what led to a boating accident that sent seven people delegate tomaryland hospital. two boats collided on the river in pasadena last night. one of them sank. the other was badly damaged. four adults and five children them seriously. republican delegate donald dwyer's office says he was one of the victim's. he is in stable condition. on the water is running. a boat fire in anne arundel county kept crews busy more than an hour. this was early this morning. scene iner 7 over the edgewater at the south river marina. started on 10 around morning and then others.o two the cause. injured.s >> the guardian angels are theing up patrols around eastern market area of southeast. after a 29-year-old man beaten after a tavern on from last weekend.
the fourthpatrols in police district which has seen month.ers in the past >> it was a little foggy this morning, cleared out nicely. stepping up to be another good day across the area. get details. >> another beautiful day across the washington area. be in theratures will '80s for most of us if. few upper 80s south of town. winchester is 79 currently. 72 degrees in cumberland. feels like september. 85 a reagan national, lexington at 82 degrees. there's the forecast. 87 for the high temperature the metro area. cooler to the west of town. still haunt in dallas. 95 degrees. minneapolis -- 87. miami, 91 degrees. around here, it is not overly humid. break we arece getting even with the sunshine.
we will talk about tropical coming up. >> all eyes on the caribbean as we talk about that. it's picking up steam, expected become a category one hurricane by tomorrow if. are underway at guantanamo bay military base in cuba. the potential for hurricane the chief military a pretrialstpone for group of 9/11 terror suspects. with the republican national invention starting monday are notity leaders chances.take any >> absolutely, we are prepared to call it off. human safety trump's politics. i think the rnc recognizes that. the communications director order rnc says the main isbusiness at the convention officially nominating mitt romney and paul ryan. convention is canceled, the party still has means to get that process done, >> the democratic national convention takes place in
charlotte in less than two weeks. c as manynce of isaa questioning whether charlotte is ready for similar situation. the mayor says he and city have run through a weatherf different antaeus confident the handle whatever comes its way. >> weather concerns aside, the obama and romney campaign is in full swing. the republican ticket trying to get back on message. the conversation still going back to whether the party is in with women's rights. now details from scott goldberg. >> they're scrambling to get isaacfor tropical storm scheduled tons begin their national convention and hoping the national conversation is not about the weather. >> 23 millions out of work or looking for work. >> soon-to-be official nominee romney wants people talking about the economy again. announcing a new energy controling states more and expanding offshore drilling. in the last few days he and his
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but when ittates, s to handling medicare, voters think the president would do a better job. scott goldberg, abc news. >> coming up on abc 7 news, of china of a out girl narrowly escaping death at a traffic light. and former penn state president graham spanier speaking out about criticism leveled. we have the latest from the interview. >> after the damaging storms in july, millions left without power. d.c. mayor vincent gray says he make sure doesto happen again. if greg adam caskey has the forecast coming up as well. [ male announcer ] since 1996 welfare recipients were required to work.
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>> at the washington convention center, delegate eleanor holmes her annualolding jobs and opportunities fair. if 100 employers participating along witht from trade and professional schools of. only open to d.c. residents. >> a task force looking at more d.c. power underground will hold its first meeting today. t will be at the wilson building and is open to the public? . mayor vincent gray set up a after the june derecho that left thousands of residents without power for days. lines are. power burying the rest could cost over a billion dollars. fairfax county residents will k out aboute to spea the june storm and improvements. one issue likely to come up tonight's town hall meeting in falls church is the that affectedd the 911 system. that was in fairfax and other northern virginia cities. event will be held from 7:00 to
at thomas derickson library -- atlington boulevard onmas stewart prison library arlington boulevard? . now to adam caskey. >> not a bad day. sunshine. i always have a time lapse for of our weather conditions so far today. let's start with our rooftop time lapse this morning. e at 6:29. high, thin clouds: overhead this morning. now patchy clouds are starting .o attempt to build in the sky 22 minutes ofg 2 daylight now, but we are losing .ay light slowly day-by-day we are getting a little cloud east of washington at
time. the eastern shore, over the atlantic as well. still have a frontal i havey, the same one about since monday. it is stationary. over the ocean and along the carolina and the georgia coastlines. for thehe main path widespread showers and storms and the thickest cloud cover. isolatedve a few around here the past evenings. looks like we will be dry today through saturday. we cannot rule out a few showers here and there. of uncertainty for the weekend forecast with an upper level system. we will have to tweak that forecast. like we could have a few showers on sunday. there's a tropical storm isaac in the caribbean. is still centered over 1,400 southeast of tampa, florida. a bit of a turn days overext couple the weekend. look at the extended the floridaus into
area. t to point out is forecasted path has been westward progressively day-by-day. seems to bee that l trend with the computer models. they're gradually pushing the little farther to the west. a slight chance it could or the outer bands affecting florida. there's also a pretty good up in that it could end the gulf of mexico. if it ends up just over the gulf mexico and not over florida, that would be good news for but that would also mean the most likely a stronger give ite, so that would intensify over the warm waters. and it could become a category two. not only that, we have a joists in the --ter of the atlantic ocean joyce. but bermuda may be affected by down the line. 87 today for the high
temperature with patchy clouds. fog to start the day tomorrow. today,se it will be like upper 80s, near 90. we will be flirting with 90 in over the next with a lot of sunshine. not very. very we don't have dew points in the .ow 70's can handle this. much.nk you so coming up, a brush with death girl after she falls motorcycle in busy traffic. >> she's ok, but wait until you every day potentially harmful germs
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in that denture. former president of penn criticismng back at the university over of the jerry sandusky sex scandal. in an exclusive interview, says he dider nothing wrong. t.j. winnick has more. >> graham spanier has harsh for the lure report which states the former penn of covering up the child abuse of jerry sandusky. that report is absolutely wrong. reportclusions in that that we conspired to conceal and predator are just incorrect. critics charge he should've
police in 2001 after had beensandusky with a boyshowering in a football locker room. graham spanier says he was only the incident involved horseplay. >> at the time i heard the term horseplay and asked if there was anything more than that, the no.er was >> he insists he would not cover allegations, that he was once abused at the hand of his own father. >> i had four operations as an correct injuries from childhood that were inflicted by my father. never met anyone who has level of awareness about such issues than i have had a. unlike the two deputies who incident,he shower the graham spanier is not crime. with a >> people have to know me and
for.i stand of what i hope people will pay to and believe what i have said. despite this photograph, insists he did not really know rry sandusky himthat he had only met once in his entire life. t.j. winnick, abc news, new york. are girl narrowly escapes the f a car in china. this is newly released a surveillance video of the happened this past weekend. you can see right there the little girl falls from a right as the car next to her starts to drive forward. the rear wheel and actually little girl's head, h just a fewaway wit bruises. and very scary. bruises. and very [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water from the first hands-free system, and micro-climate controls powered by twinchill technology, the new ge french door refrigerator puts fresh in a whole new light.
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