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jonathan: first, we are on storm watch right now. a store moved through the area this evening, strong enough to do damage to an apartment building in northwest washington. michelle: residents had to find another place to stay in the rain is still falling at this hour. jonathan: steve rudin joining us now, what can we expect the rest of the night?
moved off towards the east, and it is dry around the capital beltway. we have more rain to the west, later showers that will move to the north, northeast. we will get all of this out of here by about 2 a.m. that means skies begin to clear, meaning sunshine on the way for the day tomorrow. the bus stop forecast, waking up early, by about 9:00, the temperatures in the low middle 50's by recess. outdoor recess for the kids, and dismissal time temperatures around 55 degrees. it we a bit breezy. much cooler considering today's highs, 69 degrees. talking about the upcoming weekend and the white house christmas tree lighting forecast coming up. michelle: steve, thank you. get up-to-the-minute information about the weather in your neighborhood with the stormwatch
welcome sight for dozens of people in northeast washington because many of the homes on delafield place are now damaged from a water main break and sewage backup right before thanksgiving. they have water in their basement and it is disgusting. homeowners got a chance to talk to d.c. water and demand answers. anna-lysa was there. any sense of relief tonight? an people were not happy with tonight's meeting. last week we showed you this outside of somebody's house. now look at this pile. these are items taken from the home after the water main break. a representative of d.c. water expressed a formal apology, but some say it's not enough. >> why are we doing this?
after a water main break caused flooding in two dozen homes, d.c. water met with delafield place residents and city officials. >> i'm so sorry that this happened. >> you treat us like second-class citizens. anna-lysa: wednesday night residents expressed anger over the situation that unfolded, some still without heat and hot water remnants of sewage water mixed in with the water flow from the pipes. >> i was not able to have my family in. anna-lysa: in order for residents to receive reimbursement for damage to their homes, they have to file a claim, which goes through an investigation process which could take weeks. >> it is a process we have to go through.
>> we have to pay our water bill on time. >> we pay our water bill and we deserve better. anna-lysa: there were many senior citizens that were impacted by this water main break. some plan on expressing their frustration three lawsuit. live in northeast washington, anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. michelle: anna-lysa, thank you. new wildfires in tennessee -- fire crews are getting their first break from the rain. gatlin city -- gatlinburg city leaders are worried about possible mudslides now since the fire started sunday night. thousands are still displaced. in tennessee and alabama, people have been impacted by deadly tornadoes, storms blamed for
as the line of severe weather continues to move east. jonathan: a new twist into the investigation of the attack that took place at ohio state university. cnn is reporting that the knife that was used was purchased in the district. what we don't know is why artan visited washington in the first place. he ran his car into a crowd at ohio state and then jumped o he was ultimately shot and killed by police officers. michelle: the president-elect insist that the middle class will see the greatest benefits of what he calls the largest tax cut since the 1980's. in a new interview, he said any reduction in taxes on the wealthy would be offset by fewer deductions. donald trump also picked investor wilbur ross to be commerce secretary. he has been a fixture on wall
aisle, house democrats reelecting nancy pelosi as the house leader, but 63 lawmakers supported ohio congressman tim ryan for the job. he was the first opposition for nitze pelosi said she took over the position in 2002. jonathan: before vice president-elect mike pence settles into observatory circle, he will move into a home in chevy chase. some of his new neighbors have a subtle message for h those when stole the flax. just curious what kind of message they want the vice president elect to get. tim: they said that it is a friendly message. not everybody on the street as rainbow flags, but several were put up this week and more are on the way. christmas decorations are popping up, but this washington street has a different kind of season, rainbow flags.
showing him in my case, my disagreement with some of his positions. tim: he is the new neighbor, vice president-elect mike pence. people started putting up the flags after he moved in because the lgbtq community has criticized his policies regarding gay rights. >> i feel strongly about that. tim: she has gay and lesbian friends. when one person suggested getting a pride flag, several neighbors said, me, this is one way i can show my disagreement. tim: in january he will move to the vice president's mansion. until he does, the flag-hanging neighbors say he is welcome here. >> i have no idea what he will think about, but i hope that he will change his mind. tim: i reached out to the
the president-elect and we do not get one. if we get when we will let you know right away. tim barber, abc 7 news. michelle: sadness filling parking lots of a manassas food lion tonight. dozens of friends and loved one gather to remember a person shot to death last night. it was here that jackson stumbled back into the store and collapsed. the police are looking for the suspected shooter. investigators say the men knew each other. argument before the shooting. jonathan: the prince george's county council has revoked a congress member's franklin vehicle privileges. he drove his county suv into a car and we and all. the damage was significant. they say that franklin returned a short time later. the couple and the other vehicle suffered non-life-threatening injuries. >> it does not matter who hit them. it's the fact they were injured
the daytime, something completely unexpected and a horrible accident. jonathan: franklin's charge with driving while impaired, negligent driving, and failure to control speed to control a collision. michelle: a martial arts teacher is under arrest accused of assaulting a teenage student. they say that brandon miller inappropriately touched a 13-year-old girl while she attended a summer camp in july. miller kept calling her on the cell phone. jonathan: a neighborhood is back to normal and dozens allowed home after an hours long standoff in upper marlboro. tom roussey talked with the police to let. what are they saying about the man involved in what are the neighbors saying? they were kept away for hours? tom: no charges yet, but i have a person of interest in custody.
was hiding in there, leading to a very large barricade situation. there was a huge police response to this neighborhood a little bit outside of the beltway. the police got a call about 2:40 this afternoon somebody was breaking into a home. when they got to the scene, they were led to believe somebody was hiding in the house, leading to this entire five-hour standoff. during that time, residents were not allowed home if they were not home w those who were home were told to stay inside. for five hours, residents waited and were not allowed home until the police clear the house room by room. >> we eventually enter the house and no suspect was found. additional investigation has led to a person of interest. >> glad to get in. glad it's over. >> we try to get home at 5:00, and we got turned around. now we are trying to get to our
situation is now safe and neighbors do not need to worry. live tonight in upper marlboro, prince george's county, tom roussey, abc 7 news. jonathan: staggering new details about the woman who claimed she was kidnapped in california. >> her left hand was in the vehicle, chained to something. michelle: how she got away, and more from the abc news exclusive interview. unusual visitor to a dollar store in maryland.
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the men or people the police are looking for in the kidnapping of a northern california mom. for the first time since his wife's release, keith papini is talking, providing graphic details of how sherri papini was held. >> her left hand was in the vehicle, chained to something. they open the door, and they cut something to free he while holding her in the vehicle, and then kind of pushed her out. jonathan: sherri papini says she was snatched while she was jogging in early november and released three weeks later over 100 miles from her home. see more of the interview with keith papini on a special edition of "20/20" right here on abc seven friday. michelle: more on the plane
members of the brazilian soccer team. according to recordings, the pilot told air-traffic controllers he ran out of fuel. the pilot desperately pleaded for permission to land, but was told to wait seven minutes because another airplane had mechanical problems. the airplane went on to a four minute and slammed into the mountains. unbelievably, six of the 77 people on board survived. jonathan: 7 on your side with an important warning about dating websites. million use them to find love, but there is a dark side. 7 on your side found in alarming percentage of women becoming targets of sexual predators. 42% of the women who have one line didn't say they have been harassed. >> they say they are too sensitive. i don't think people are
apps. if you are the victim of harassment, you should speak up and reported immediately. michelle: new information about the sheen floating on the potomac river. after four days it is still there. a spokesperson for the d.c. department of energy and environment said the plume is still near the trump national golf club in sterling. environmental experts believe that it is hydraulic fluid or some kind of lubricant. jonathan: file this under "you don't see something like this everyday" an officer with the st. mary's county sheriff's office responded to a store in charlotte hall because a beaver made its way inside and started poking around. look at what it's checking out, artificial trees. luckily, nobody was hurt. the beaver just started looking
and released him back into the wild. very cute. michelle: he almost looks fake, like he is stuffed. he is posing perfectly. steve: it is so cute, but imagine walking into the store and see that. jonathan: we have a beaver on i'll six. steve: and i bet they had a live tree in the store. jonathan: it was a dollar store. steve: boy. weather now. this weekend is looking really good out there. let's talk about the rain totals. have not talked about this in ages. about .8 inches of rain in the district, over an inch of rain, 1.5 inches in clarksburg, lanham a little over half an inch. we will take every drop that we can get.
the cloudy skies and because of the rain that we had, now we will see brighter skies tomorrow. around the capital beltway right now, still drive. expect another line of showers moving through in the next couple hours. once the showers move out, no war tomorrow. you will not need the umbrella. -- you will not need the umbrella, no worries. the last line of showers moves through by about 3 a.m. wind changes direction, then cooler air settles in. today was a high of 69 degrees. tomorrow will be about 15, 18 degrees cooler than that. still good for november. -- still good for december. generally the middle to upper 40's. not going to stay there that long with lots of sunshine, but it will be cool. tomorrow, 56 degrees midmorning.
a clouds, but it stays dry tomorrow. then the christmas tree lighting ceremony at the white house, 52 degrees at 5:00, upper 40's by 7:00. dress warmly. i will be there live tomorrow. the 10 day outlook, starting off with the first seven, let's talk about the weekend. a little bit on the cool side, upper 40's, great christmas tree shopping weather. if only we had a few flurries to move around. the next few days, looking at colder temperatures by late next week into the following weekend. michelle: not bad for december 1. steve: hard to believe, the first day of meteorological winter. jonathan: when the clarksburg let's open on black friday, they were packed. >> a couple gave me $20 to park here.
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michelle: in the month that it has been open, there has been one concert at the outlet mall in clarksburg -- traffic. is not just getting to the shops, shoppers are parking on nearby streets and people who live there are frustrated. >> our commute now instead of just seconds to 270 can be 15, 20 minutes on saturday. >> on our doors, can we give you $20 to park here? michelle: the outlet said they are working with the police and the county to ease congestion, especially around the holidays. jonathan: 7 on your side with a consumer alert. fiat chrysler says that its new minivan will get the equivalent of 84 miles per gallon. they redesigned the chrysler pacifica to a gas-electric hybrid.
it is expected to be in showrooms in december and will run about $42,000. and the feds want to make it easier for you to report any safety condition you have with your car. nhtsa is proposing requiring automakers to put labels on sun visors with instructions on how to file safety complaints. nhtsa said they do not have enough people to analyze the complaints they got last year. michelle: with basketball? erin: yes, it was raining threes at the verizon center. and russell westbrook has been
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westbrook, nails the three to tie it. another triple-double for him. okc wins n o.t., 126-115. boston, the shot of the night, isaiah thomas gets bumped but still gets the shot to go. the problem is the shot does not count. the foul was shot. pretty awesome. pistons win it. rodney prior did it again, for the second time this season the georgetown guard knock-down seven three pointers in a game. a front row seat at the verizon center. prior was 10-13 from the field. hoyas cruise, 96-44 win.
steve: we get the rain out of the way in the next couple hours. breezy and cooler tomorrow at times, middle 50's, low 50's friday. the weekend, toys for tots saturday. jonathan and i will be there, chance of showers late sunday. thursday, friday, saturday, the temperatures will be into the 40's next week. jonathan: most of our team will
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