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new information about the black teenager shot and killed by a white police officer in wisconsin. there are new details about the crash that killed a prince george's county police officer. investigators are searching for the vehicle that they say officer brennan rabain was trying to pull over when he crashed into a fence. roz plater is live in prince george's county where we are learning more about officer rabaiann's passenger. roz: the passenger was so traumatized, she was sedated and is not able to talk at this time. there is still debris littering the side of the road. people are stopping and leaving teddy bears and flowers and candles and notes saying rest in
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peace, brennan, a growing tribute to the fallen officer. prince jiao this -- prince george's county police are confirming that just after 3:00 saturday morning officer brennan rabain was in his cruiser on greenbelt road, off-duty, with an unidentified woman into his car. he activated is lights and siren to make a traffic stop come putting him back on duty, but something went horribly wrong come he lost control of the car, and crashed into a fence. >> i heard a loud noise like a bombshell. roz: it was her backyard. she said the officer was not moving and she was stunned to see a woman. >> she came out of the car and was walking towards my house. roz: the woman was too distraught to respond. the police are investigating how the crash happened and are
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grieving the fallen officer, just 26 years old. >> he is a young officer who love the department, love the county. nothing else you wanted to do with his life, and he was a fine officer. roz: his neighbors are also grieving. >> it breaks my heart. he was a good father. i'm sorry about their loss. i pray for the family. roz: investigators are hoping to get more answers once they get hold of the video inside the cruiser. a wanted a factor or black ice. live in lanham, roz plater, abc 7 news. kelly: turning now to the first look at the forecast, the thaw is on, as we say goodbye to the frigid temperatures, getting ready for to feel more like spring. eileen whelan is in the weather center with rest of -- with what the rest of the week and will
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look like. eileen: it will look even better. today, 49 degrees at reagan national, tomorrow we will be in the 50's. right now, not bad. 42 at reagan national and dulles and bwi, 47 quantico and fredericksburg. look how much milder it is than just 24 hours ago. yes, these numbers are correct 32 degrees higher, the temperature is, at dulles than before hours ago. it will be nowhere near as cold as last night. last night we had record breaking lows, but not the case tonight, staying in the 30's. 7:00 a.m., partly cloudy skies still dark with sunrise at 7:08 as we spring forward for daylight savings time at 2:00 in the morning. looking really good as we spring forward into daylight savings time. seasonal highs expected the next seven days and also tracking the
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next chance of supplication. i will have the details coming up from the stormwatch 7 weather center coming up. kelly: looking forward to that. it has been warmer today than the past week, but still too cold to go without heat. that is what some residents in fort meade, maryland, rubbing forced to do tonight because of a gas outage in a potomac place neighborhood. bge said the line had to be turned off for repairs. the potomac place neighborhood center is open for a fact it residents. the police are investigating a stabbing in northwest washington. it was on the 200 block of d street just before 7:30 tonight. andy dalton man was stabbed but was conscious and breathing when they arrived. a suspect has been taken into custody. a disturbing and unusual assault investigation in prince william county. a man exposed himself to a woman
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and inappropriate touch to another outside of a church near manassas. richard reeve has what we need to know about the suspect. richard: the police have only a vague description, but they are sharing surveillance video. two separate incidents, seconds apart at a church. this has a lot of folks concerned about safety. >> it's sad. richard: it is a bizarre frightening crime. just outside of a place of worship. >> we get these reminders that predators are out there. richard: the police are releasing this surveillance video, spotted outside of bethel evangelical lutheran church in january. detectives say the man in his 20's or 30's exposed himself to a woman standing at a window then approached a second woman of the parking lot. >> he asked for a cigarette, the
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woman complied. he then touched her inappropriately and fled. richard: witnesses said he drove off in a white chevy blazer. >> people saw him doing that and it's disgusting. richard: the incidents happened on monday night between 7:00 and 8:00. the church building was busy with worship meetings and counseling sessions. >> nobody should have to come to a church or any place and be hurt or threatened. richard: the police say the man displayed no weapon, but church authorities are telling people to be on alert. >> watching surroundings and keeping my eyes open, just watching my back. richard: the church asking its members to be well aware of what is going on in their surroundings. the police are hoping somebody will recognize the suspect or perhaps the white chevy blazer. all of this happened in
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mid-january, and the police are still looking for information. there is a 1000 other reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. -- there is a $1000 reward. kelly: montgomery county police think the driver in a deadly pedestrian accident may have been drinking. it happened near month summary village. a 35-year-old man was taken to the hospital where he later died. the police say the 18 year old driver was taken into custody with charges pending the outcome of the breath analysis. a two alarm fire damaged a home in fairfax. the home on franconia road and gun street went up in flames shortly before 6:00. no word on injuries. the nigerian terrorist group boka haram has reportedly pledged allegiance to isil.
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the message comes on the same day as a suicide bomber killed more than 50 people in nigeria. boka haram is believed to be responsible for that attack. new details in the deadly officer involved shooting of a black teenager in wisconsin. the police chief confirm the teenager was unarmed when shot wide the veteran police officer. chuck server sent -- chuck sievers and reports. chuck: tests resounded through the streets of madison wisconsin, where the frigid weather did nothing to cool the anger. >> black lives matter! cxhhuck: only the name different. madison police acknowledge 19-year-old tony robinson was not armed when he was fatally shot by a white officer, matt
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cannae a 12 year veteran of the force. he was responding to reports of a man running through streets after allegedly beating up somebody when the officer made entry into this house. robinson allegedly attacked him and they fault. >> the officer subsequently shot the subject. chuck: robinson's mother says he she is devastated. the mood in the streets turned ominous. the police are pleading for calm. >> i'm concerned about 455 officers' safety right now. chuck: under new wisconsin law this will be investigated by the state department of criminal investigation. chuck sievers and comic abc news, new york. kelly: coming up, terrifying
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moments for dozens of college students in california. what they were doing when a roof collapsed underneath. and why harrison ford's plane crash has some calling for the closure of a busy santa monica airport. and
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kelly: dramatic video captures close to 1500 college students falling through the roof of a garage at a rowdy pre-st. patrick's day party near cal poly san luis obispo campus. nine people suffered injuries. >> seeing it in real-time, in real life happening 20 feet away , it was surreal. kelly: the collapsed came when officials say drinking and
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partying doubles. the plane crash that injured actor harrison ford has some people calling for the closure of the california airport. his airplane went down on a golf course near santa monica airport, one of several crashes in the area in recent years. some are fighting to have it shut down, claiming the area is too congested to house one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country. ford is still in the hospital expected to recover. on his way back from selma alabama, president obama said he first learned about hillary clinton's private e-mail through news reports. aides to the former secretary of state say there was nothing improper about her refusal to use government e-mail. the state department said clinton handed over 55,000 pages of e-mails when she stepped down in 2013. former vice president walter mondale is home tonight.
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87-year-old was released from the mayo clinic in minnesota after doctors treated him for the flu. he was scheduled to attend a nobel prize event yesterday when he developed a fever. he served as vice president from 1977 to 1981. the much embattled d.c. streetcar project may not happen. the acting director of the districts department of transportation told the d.c. council last night it may be scrapped. the project, in its 12th year has already cost the district $190 million. the director says he still hopes to fix the project rather than abandon it, but says that an outside review will help determine if the project has fatal flaws. other council members have also expressed doubt about the streetcar plans. it's time now to spring forward
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daylight savings begins this weekend. it officially starts at 2 a.m. sunday. he for you go to bed, set your clock -- before you go to bed set your clock ahead one hour. also replaced the batteries in your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detectors. do it all at one time. eileen: yes, indeed. if you are already looking at your clock, if you have changed, it will say 12:17. i always do it before it happens and i always wonder. kelly: i'm going to wait. eileen: i guess about the time we go to bed, it will be the right time. a beautiful time lapse from clark county high school virginia. the march sun angle really helping melt some of the snow, but still a good bit out there. also notice the moonrise on the left-hand side of the screen. it was a full moon last night, really bright outside. the difference you will notice
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tonight is the temperatures. they are not going to be anywhere near as cold. last night we were in the single digits. after 11:00, still in the 40's, manassas 37 is the exception. the high temperatures today, much milder, 49 degrees was the high. believe it or not, that is still below average. 53 as the average high. it was 67 in st. louis, 70 degrees in kansas city. the jet stream is lifting north and much milder temperatures will be coming. it is so much milder than it was just last night. 18 degrees in the district, up and down the east coast everyone enjoying the slightly milder weather conditions. as far as the weather precipitation, we don't really have much we are watching at home. off to the north, some snow showers moving through upstate
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portions of new york and pennsylvania. i'm also watching a little precipitation moving into eastern west virginia. i think a lot of this will be dissipating, but folks along the allegheny front may see some drizzle or light rain, but nothing to be concerned with. for the most part, temperatures holding steady, about 34 degrees downtown, and daylight savings time returns. if you are an early riser, it may be dark. sunrise tomorrow at 7:31 but in the evening, next her hour of daylight. each day we gain about 2.5 minutes of daylight. we will continue to add to that through the summer solstice in mid-june. through the day tomorrow, 1 p.m. 47, topping out in the low 50's, the breeze out of the northwest between 10 and 15 miles per hour. 55 monday, the first day back
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for a lot of people after having the four-day weekend, especially the schools. tuesday, rain showers move in, but, yes, just rain. near 60 degrees the middle of the week. kelly: that looks good. i can't wait to get outside and exercise. eileen: i'm so ready for it, sick of the treadmill. kelly: it gets old. robert: uva show some late game heroics. and we go to the verizon center.
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>>announcer: and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. robert: last night, alex ovechkin was scratched because available were back injury. tonight he was back against the buffalo sabres.
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puts it home off the rebound giving the caps the lead. four minutes later, the caps have another power play. alex ovechkin, back and better than ever, his 44th goal of the season, leading the league. the caps win, 6-1. the wizards on the road against milwaukee. fourth quarter, john wall gets the bucket and the foul. less than a minute to go, tied at 84-84. chris milton, the three, no good, the bucs get the rebound. another look, he sinks it. the wizards lose, 91-85. regular season finale for the hoyas, and emotional. seton hall at the verizon center. a special moment for senior tyler adams. his career was cut short his freshman year after he was diagnosed with a heart ailment. he kept his scholarship, and
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starts the final home game. and emotional moment, dream come true. as for the game, smith-rivera was out with a lower back injury, but he led the way with a 19 points. the hoyas with the lead in the second half. he finished the real estate and with the victory. wild finish in the acc, uva-louisville. the cardinals, malcolm brogdon knocks down the three. clutch. louisville has their chance. wide open, his first attempt the entire game, two seconds left on the clock. uva drops its second game of the season 59-57. a-10 gw-umass.
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the past to the corner his fourth three of the half. gw shoots 78% from three and wins 87-65. women's hoops, the turks looking for their first ever big ten tournament title, but the have to get past northwestern. this was outside of chicago. second half, 50-35 terps. good look from three. however, northwestern would cut the lead to single digits, but the terps were that much better. mayor lederer advances to the big ten final with the -- maryland advances to the big ten final with a win. gw-florida a-10 semi finals. jones, top of the key, she finished with 16. gw advances to the a-10 final.
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and other scores -- george mason loses to vcu. in baseball, the nats beat the cards in florida. we wish we were there. kelly: you were just there. robert: but i missed you guys. kelly: high temperature down there? robert: 85. kelly: still ahead, a who's who of the internet.
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kelly: from celebrities to politicians to bloggers, "time" magazine has its 30 most influential people on the internet. president obama, justin bieber all made the list, as well as internet celebrities. the magazine says it analyzed social media following, site traffic, and overall ability to
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