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>> wow. there's talk, now, according to espn. the ncaa may sanction this as an official sport. it may become an olymp live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead, the economy on the road to recovery, but with a warning. we will have the latest on the g-20 summit. good morning, washington. thanks for joining us on this friday. i am alison starling. >> i am greta kreuz. we started with traffic and weather every ten minutes. we will check with lisa baden in a moment, but we start with adam caskey. >> good morning. it is cool. some of the coldest numbers i could find, 31 in stafford, 25
increase bill, 27 in ijamsville, 27 in vacaville. 41 at another. -- 41 degrees in rockville. 39 in burke. high temperatures in low 60's. dropping into the thirties tonight. now to lisa baden on this friday. >> adam caskey is a new father. don't you love the traffic on the highway this meant? -- this morning? -- south on 95belittle
there's a little roadwork. you get the green light on 95 between richmond and baltimore. ison.o al a night of tara grant and remember as in the district after a teenager's life was cut shaort. family and friends gathered to memory.seph sharp's >> the d.c. neighborhood plagued with violence. it has hit the community hard. >> he was a young man on a good pass, to get his life together. >> his relatives and friends gathered. they stood near the grieving familiy's home.
his mom said he wanted to be a successful businessman. >> i am going to be the owner of espn. >> his father is pleading with young people in the area to speak out. >> you have to talk. >> i got a club seats to see the wizards for tusks. -- for us. >> he was known by many people. i hope justice is served. >> there could be as many as three suspects and they could be linked to another shooting in the neighborhood just days earlier.
john gonsalez, abc 7 news in northeast washington. southbound 395 on the virginia side of the 14th street bridge of becher open after a bus farkas last night at 10:30 p.m. firefighters from arlington and d.c. put it out. there are no reports of injury. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. following some news from the g-20 summit. is the u.s. on the brink of a trade war? >> president obama's said there is still much to be done. courtney robinson has the latest developments from our satellite center. good morning. >> good morning. president obama finished answering questions from the media to 60 minutes ago. was on the economy i
and isf collapse now recovering. the g-20 agreement is expected to be released later today. the g-20 and will be able to monitor what other countries are doing, to ensure they are using fresh practices. there's no enforcement methods other than depression. primarily focusing on rebalancing the economy. translating ideas into all real steps. considering a new free-trade agreement, it is the u.s. the u.s. says china is been letting their currencies to undercut the economy. no agreement was reached. the president said the u.s. will need more time to decide what is best for america.
at 5:00 we looked at the impact at home and what obama says about the tax cuts -- we will look at that. the fight over the future of the fairfax county elementary school could take a new twist. the judge decided to hear arguments from parents and from an organization so in the fairfax county school board of clifton elementary school during the school board decided to close clifton at the end of the school year because it needs renovations that would be too costly to the county's budget. critics argue the community school is too important to the fabric of that community. the breeze. is over. if you are coddling 3 midnight, you get a $75 fine. replied cameras went up at connecticut avenue and porter street.
14th street and k street and third street at new york avenue. of virginia lawmaker has filed legislation to establish a don't drill on the license plate. it features the rattlesnake with a flag that has become a symbol of the tea party movement. first, 350 prepaid applications must be submitted to the state dmv. 4:37 on this friday morning. still ahead, the nightmare cruise is over and passengers are speaking pallet. nothing could go on with the dallas bus. -- nothing could go on without
25 at manassas. 27 in frederick. culpeper, 34. cooler especially inland. 47 at annapolis. a lot of sunshine today, like the past several days. 62 is the high temperatures today. it's cool to be another cold start tomorrow. saturday and sunday, a lot of sunshine, mostly sunny, highs in the mid 60's. we do have a changing weather pattern. a good chance of rain tuesday. let's go to lisa baden for the commute. looks pretty good. no problems around the beltway or the district. this is traffic on 66. be careful on 110 southbound from rosslyn toward the pentagon.
welcome back. a five-day vacation nightmare is over. the passengers are talking about it. 3300 passengers disembarked from cruisernival splendor crucia ship. it lost electricity monday because of an engine fire. >> for more than 3000 passengers, san diego was the end to a vacation that was more like camping and cruising. >> i am not going to have another sandwich for the restive my life -- rest of my life. >> for the people on the undercover "index it was better today at the delight. recorded for the passengers on
rooms.s cituter >> it was bread and leftover meat. pulleds after tugboat's the crucial, the passengers have mental souvenirs'. >> the food. smelled like vomit. >> everybody on the ship was great. we were very calm, we stuck together. >> i never thought we were in danger. there were giving us free food. >> jay korff reporting. the president honored
veterans overseas. the vice-president honored to them here. calexico we thank 23 million surviving veterans who have bravely and faithfully protected our freedom. >> the vice president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown. president obama was in south korea for the g-20 summit. november 11 is the anniversary of the end of the first world war. nurses at washington hospital center will go on strike 24 hours, the day before thanksgiving. protesting staffing shortages but they say are putting patients and staff members at risk. we don't know how many are expected to participate. families in anacostia now
have equal access to after- clinical care. there's a new center open in southeast. doctors are treating 45 children a day there. if the child is crying, the parent wants someplace to go quickly where they can be evaluated. >> that facility was $15 million. children needing surgery or a long time -- long term treatment are stabilized and then transported to northwest d.c. to michigan ave. iraqiya officer had just arrived home early yesterday morning when a man with a gun demanded his wallet -- a rookie officer.
ose suspect is still on lo after the shooting. on wednesday a mother was pushing a stroller onto the train at the west hyattsville station when the door closed. the baby was on the train and the mother was on the platform and the train was gone. operators are told to check down the lines before closing the doors. >> he should have been looking. >> the mother and child were reunited shortly afterwards. metrobus as the investigation will focus on the train operator and the station manager on duty. 42 degrees on this friday morning. >> maya angelou, the author and
is back already. his wife just had a baby. >> thanks to all of the men and women at va hospital. things are going well. let's look tentacled numbers right now. 25 in bristow, 25 in bangkok and kernersville. -- 25 in hancock. we still have low pressure system over the ocean. it has been there over zero weeks. -- olver a week. -- over a week. 62 degrees today, sonny.
there's a chance of showers on tuesday. looks great around the beltway. interstate travel, no construction lingering in virginia. 66, 270, dulles greenway, allissa noted, normal. normal travel times. on the american legion bridge, things are linked and and orderly fashion. back to you. >> thank you. 4:54. >>
>> she is an author, activist, and a role model to millions. maya angelou talked about her rich and trail blazing life and the warner theatre in northwest. >> pireira chance to see dr. maya angelou. cynne simpson was at the event. >> long lines outside the theater, mostly women, overflowing with excitement. >> she has such fire and passion about life and people. >> she has been through a lot and she's overcome. >> she easier on veterans decks. -- day. >> they got the chance to see maya angelou in person. >> i am supposed to talk about
the uniqueness of my life. everybody's life is unique, each person. >> 82 years young. nothing could go on without the schools and the families. >> she is a woman for all seasons and for all people. >> she explained that getting around is not so easy these days. >> my knees have said please. >> she said traveling to the nation's capital would be a pleasure. >> ♪ just like a tree planted by bowater i still shall not be moved ♪ thank you. >> she is captivating. we asked if we will see her in the final season of "the oprah
winfrey show" and she said the chances are very likely. >> , pretty good singing velasquez. brigitte quinn pretty good sinking voice. -- pretty good singing voice. >> camanche was gunned down in a park. -- a man was gunned down. >> and the latest in a live report on the cruise ship passengers stranded at sea. good morning washington at 5 begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good friday morning, washington. i am greta kreuz. >> i am alison starling. it
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