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horrifying bloodshed at a place of work. people are dead, 14 injured after a shooting in kansas, and the shooter is among the dead. leon: jay korff is standing by with the details. the latest information according to the police from a press briefing, multiple dead, shooter, the suspected multiple crime scenes, more than a dozen wounded, and no clear motive in the town in kansas. it started with reports of somebody randomly shooting people from a car at various locations. sure time bitter, victims were shot outside and inside the gun man's place of work. the police confirmed the shooter, killed by law enforcement, was found with a long rifle. dead, 14 injured, five critically. the scene was
pop, and we just thought it was metal falling on the ground. then people started screaming, go to the front. the shooter himself has been shot and killed. he is an excel employee. there are so many crime scenes and so many people. 's handling thef first police officer are to arrive at the plant a hero, taking fire from the gun man, shooting and killing the gun man. saving a lot of people. the sheriff confirmed the is not's roommate allowing the police to enter his residence, so there is a standoff there as well. jay korff, abc 7 news. leon: closer to home, a large fire response in annapolis. this is the unit block of ship right straight. news chopper 7 was over the scene.
investigation. stay with abc seven and we will keep you updated. alison: sitting in the backseat with a driver ignoring pleas to stop, a dispute over a lyft may have gone too far. >> the door is open and he will not stop. this driver does not want to take me home. alison: tonight that driver is out of a job and lyft says they are extremely troubled by this. richard reeve has what led up to this incident. richard: it was all about where end, thep would drop-off point. the trip lasted 15 minutes and now the passenger wanted answers. >> i don't know where he's taking me. dude, can you stop? lyft rideit was the that has
trapped passenger. >> he was beating with the door open the entire time. richard: she and a friend had arranged for a pickup wednesday night. then they asked for the drop-off location to be changed. so hewere rerouting him could make it to my destination. achard: it turned into dispute with the driver brian saying no. taylor's companion got out. a we said we would whitrite review, and then he got angry. richard: the driver sped off a taylor started recording the ride on her phone. >> i wanted to press a charge. spokespersonft said, "we are extremely troubled to learn about this incident. we have a zero-tolerance policy, behavior threatening the safety of a community member is not tolerated. the
permanently removed from the service." that had to be a difficult ride. taylor said since the was no specific threat and she was not harmed in any way, there is really nothing they could do. she said she will file a police report, possibly as early as tomorrow morning, and she house already contacted an attorney. live in northwest washington, richard reeve, abc 7 news. high, allctations are eyes looking at the five gop presidential contenders facing off in their last debate before super tuesday. this one was arguably the loudest and most contentious. chief political correspondent scott thuman is live in houston. this lived up to the billing, quite the fruit salad tonight. scott: a hefty dose and more. he high me as the crush of media lined up against the barriers, wa
enter this room. most specifically, donald trump, taking it from both sides tonight. ted cruz and marco rubio, closest to him in the polls, looking for any opportunity to chip away at his momentum. here is a brief exchange as they went at it over a very sensitive subject in texas, illegal immigration. >> are you the only person on the stage was been fine for hiring illegal people to work on your projects? >> i'm the only personal the stage who is hired people. you have not hired anybody. >> well -- >> i have hired tens of thousands of people. you have had nothing but problems with credit cards and etc. >> and in 2013 when i was leading the fight against the amnesty bill, where was donald? firing dennis rodman on "celebrity apprentice." >>
you will be using illegal immigrants to do it. scott: believe it or not, that was one of the tamer exchanges. much more tomorrow morning on "good morning washington," but with super tuesday just five days away, 600 delegates up for grabs, 155 in texas alone, a crazy night in houston. alison: thank you so much for bringing that to us tonight. we want you to know that the new sat is here. the dreaded test went through what could be its most dramatic overhaul ever. it will be administered for the first time march 5. the vocabulary section is gone. no more of the complicated words that only pop up on that exam. y section is also optional. students are no longer penalized for guessing. and the number of answers to choose from for each question has been cut from five to four. le
after damaging storms last night. the big story now is gusty wind and chilly temperatures. it's get the latest from steve rudin. steve: it is windy and will stay that way into the morning and through the day. upwards
of 32, miles per hour in leesburg. we are looking at 28 at reagan national. a little on the cool side, the wind making it feel colder. 37 degrees leesburg, 41 manassas, 42 fredericksburg. tomorrow morning in the 30's. we will warm into the middle 40's. the upcoming weekend and a big warm up on the way. details in a few minutes. alison: the national weather service is working to determine the exact number of tornadoes that touchdown in virginia yesterday. three tornadoes have been confirmed. hardest hit, the town of waverly near petersburg. three people including a two-year-old
tornado picked up their mobile home. leon: expect more officers watching metro, stepping up patrols after a series of violent crimes. two days ago, chaos on a green line train. now metro says
that 17 current officers will be shifting to patrol duties, working overlapping shifts during the evening rush hour. the police department is still down 9% in staffing, but they are looking to fill those positions quickly. since the legalization of marijuana in places like colorado and in d.c., the national pet poison hotline has seen a sharp 200% increase in dogs overdosing on marijuana. consumer investigator kimberly suiters shows us how this happens. disoriented,wsy, drugged, this small dog nearly died after eating pot brownies.
videos of filled with dogs allegedly overdosed. most claim that there dogs got into the pot accidentally and their posting the videos to warn others. this dog owner has seen the viral videos. >sad, irresponsible? >> a combination. doing it on purpose seems silly. illegal. and it falls under animal cruelty laws with up to 180 days in jail and a fine. because marijuana intoxication in dogs can be deadly. have seen 65 they marijuana emergencies in the last year. >> stumbling, head bobbing, lethargy, a low heart rate. there is no antidote, just supportive careful stop sometimes activated charcoal soaks up
>> we occasionally a fat animals die. in recent memory, one dog ate chocolate and marijuana in high amounts and he did not survive. justrly: it is not edibles. throwing out spent joints and a tiny amount of marijuana can kill a 10 pound dog. d.c. dog owners can imagine how quickly it can happen. >> my dog is like a vacuum cleaner on the streets. is a hound. her noses to the ground. >> glass, plastic, litter. the worst thing she picked up was a mouse. kimberly: marijuana is one more danger they have to dodge. >> this is dangerous. kimberly: and that's not all he has to worry about. kim really suitors, abc 7 news. alison: still ahead --
betweenshould sexting teenagers be legal? the bill is on the desk in new mexico, but some parents are outraged. it allows teenagers between 14 and 17 to share nude photos between each other without -- without penalty. but the law also includes harsher penalties for those who distribute child porn. the chance of a lifetime for a wounded veteran. on his birthday, philip toghn and his family got meet carrie underwood. but the excitement did not end the.
surprised a wounded veteran with a meet and greet. he is in the process of recovering from his wounds both physical and emotional after surviving tours in iraq and afghanistan. they knew they were meeting the country star before her show and would be among military families invited to a private concert in new york city. what they did not know was they are also getting a free cruise, thanks to a partnership between underwood, carnival, and operation homefront. >> it's great. we should all take the time to say thank you to more military members. >> it's a big deal every time they show up and show was they care. and carnival are raising money for operation homefront. so that veterans can get the help they need for sacrificing so much for the freedom of others. >>
our support and help, and we came together to make a their livesin ou and say thank you for your service. >> what we do is nothing without the people back home. it means a lot to us. >> thank you, i want to hug you, too. jay: jay korff, abc 7 news. smooth sailing between apple and the fbi in their standoff. apple filed a motion to stop the federal order forcing them to open a terrorist's iphone. apple wants a judge to throw out the water. the company says it is a slippery slope when it comes to privacy and safety. the fbi insists it's only about this one single phone. the justice department has its turn to respond now. alison: 7 on your side with a
your next flight. southwest is announcing you can pay for wi-fi with your amazon account. the next time you are on board there is an option to pay with amazon. just click and it will charge the card that you have filed with your account. leon: a dream come true for a little boy and afghanistan. wearing a jersey made out of a plastic bag. tonight, he has the real thing, thanks to the soccer superstar and unicef. he got the autographed jersey sent all the way to him from south america. his father said it was one of the happiest moments in his son's life. alison: how sweet. a few changes could be on the way for a top show on abc. viola davis from "how to get away with murder"
says she has been filming a hot and heavy scene with her costar. davis says she will get back into it. she has to because of the program. leon: have to start watching more closely. alison: i know, wow. on that note -- steve: we will talk about the weather now. high came after 12:10 a.m. come early in the morning, than the cold front moves through, bringing us the cooler air. wendy or conditions across the mid-atlantic. 41 degrees at reagan national. we are not having snow flurries like the icon is showing, things drying out nicely, things are not nearly as cold as they could be this time of year. 37 leesburg, manassas 39, fredericksburg 42. th
near 30 north and west of town. most of the year, the cold areas to the north and west. skies clear, allowing temperatures to drop through the overnight. radar,arly satellite round the capital beltway, not a lot going on right now. we are looking for everything to remain dry as the skies clear. for the nighttime lows, tomorrow morning as you head to the bus stop, metro, walking to school, a cool start. the skies will gradually clear. that means sunshine to enjoy. noontime tomorrow, kids with outdoor recess, or if you're going out to lunch, bundle up. per will be 25 to 30 miles hour, easing towards the weekend
sunday we turned the corner with much warmer air with highs near 60. tomorrow, looking really nice. temperatures cool. the high, partly cloudy skies, the wind out of the north and west at 10 to 20. the mountains could see higher wind gusts. saturday, highs in the upper 40's, near 50. sunday looks wonderful, 60 to 62 the high temperature. 29th of february, 60 degrees. we cool down behind the cold front late wednesday night into thursday, only dropping 10 degrees. you were goinght to say you cannot remember elite day -- a leap
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conversation. to say that steph curry is having an amazing season does not do it justice. this season, he has 10 high-scoring games. first, remember the guy who jumps over the mascot in the dunk contest? he did this today, from the half court circle. i still think he got robbed during the dog contest. steph curry always knows how to steal the spotlight. final seconds of the third quarter, pulls up from half court. by the way, he had 51 points tonight. it does not stop. cks.celtics hosting the bu isaiah thomas with a behind the back pass. it gets better. thomas again, this time the sick down the three. that's not right, behind the head, like magic. the celtics win 112-1
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