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>> good morning, washington. i am scott thuman. >> i am alison starling. thanks for joining us on this tuesday morning. wild weather all over the country last night. >> this is november. there were mild temperatures in some parts of the country. it was 70 degrees yesterday in fredericksburg. we also had a bitter cold across the midwest yesterday. that is what we get in november. let's look at the numbers outside right now. in the 50's and upper 40's. 54 at reagan national. 55 in gaithersburg. a few areas of rain at midday, more to the west of town, then clearing.
there's going to be a cold front. there is a water main break repair according to d.c. water and sewer on m street at the d.c.'s side of the key bridge. 301 northbound, there's a tree debris on the highway. back to you. >> thank you. we begin with breaking news. police are looking for a naked man who broke into zero woman's bedroom. the 600 block of ontario street, nw.
brianne carter has more. >> the people who live in this rowhouse are shaken up this morning. according to police, a woman found the intruder in the nose as she local. unit house.i-qunitil police brought k9 units and continued to search the house. they did not find anyone inside and did not find forced entry. police are looking around the area and did not find anyone. police will continue to investigate this. the people who live inside this house are taken up by what they saw this morning. back to you. >> thank you. now we move to a developing story on the korean peninsula.
a clash between north and south korea. north korea opened the garage of mortar fire on a disputed islands and south korea responded. marine was killed from south korea and 14 others injured. white has condemned the attack. justice borate chandra levy. a jury convicted accused killer in my guandique on monday. >> it took the jury three days to reach the decision, but it ended an nine-year-case that gripped the nation. courtney robinson has more. >> many emotions run high yesterday as the verdict came down. we saw chandra levy's mother staring yet ingmar guandique with a look of vengeance and a slight smile.
ingmar guandique seemed stunned and almost frightened. this cannot bring back her daughter. >> but they could bring justice to the family nearly 10 years after the murder in rock creek park. >> we thought we had a lot of evidence, actually. >> i am not adult full. >> after three and a half days of deliberating, all 12 he killed the woman or left her to die. the verdict brings some satisfaction to the family. >> i have a lifetime sentence of my daughter missing from our family tree. >> it began in 2001 with the
disappearance and she had a relationship with american congressman, gary condit. mother, thisevy's will always be around. >> it is always going to be a feeling of sadness. >> as for ingmar guandique, he faces life in prison without parole he. will be sentenced in february. courtney robinson, abc 7 news. a man who admitted murdering a d.c. middle school principal will be sentenced today. 19-year-old alante saunders pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for killing brian betts in april. there's new information about yesterday's deadly arojas fire in northwest in columbia heights. the hydrants were not working. the fire occurred at 3:30 p.m.
on 16th street at oak street. crews found the body of a man on the third floor. this would be the knight fire fatality in d.c. this year. fire destroyed a kiosk in the national mall. the flames broke are owed around 11:00 and it took a brief time for firefighters to bring it under control. but the kiosks will as a total loss. the man suffered minor crimes. if the clause is not known. they believe it was a malfunctioning heater. 53 degrees. >> still ahead, we will take you behind the scenes at the the "dancing" finale. cynne simpson is in los angeles with the latest. >> blizzard warnings and high wind. rough weather in the northeast. we will show you. >> and there's strange weather at
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start the day. 55 in hyattsville, 53 in arlington, 41 in bristow. we are in the low 50's and upper 40's. clear skies overhead right now. not far to the west, rain showers moving into western pennsylvania and west virginia. much of that will fall apart over the mountains. we will see just a few showers in the metro area around lunchtime. this morning later we will have rainshowers in the shenandoah valley. sunshine at 8:00 a.m. in the 50's. areas of rain here and there this afternoon. minimal accumulation. high temperatures in the 60's. some upper 60's especially south of the metro area. a lot cooler tomorrow behind the cold front, sunshine, highs near 50. slight chance of isolated
showers on thanksgiving. much better chance on friday. i love that the graphic with the turkey. no problems on the beltway. 95 in virginia, first exit for quantico, grass moved to the right shoulder. that will be gone shortly. let's go to the key bridge camera on the d.c. side of the bridge. m street near the exxon gas station, there's a water main break repair underway. looks good for now on both sides of the bridge, but we are agreed aboutm streets. >> i know where that is. -- but is m street that we are concerned about. the ipad gets a performance boost.
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welcome back. we begin with our top story. breaking news. investigators are searching for a person who may have broken into a northwest washington house. a woman told police she believed she saw an intruder, but they did not find anyone. a salvadoran immigrant faces more time in jail for being convicted of murdering a federal intern. ingmar guandique is guilty of killing chandra levy in 2001. he's already spending time in prison for attacking two other women. a jawbone found on a week
earlier this month may belong to missing alabama teenager natalee holloway. she went missing on the caribbean island in 2005. the body has never been found. the fight between privacy and security is still raging at the nation's airports. americans supports using high- tech scanners, but they are split over the personal pat- downs. >> the tsa is apologizing to passengers and asking for help. pamela brown is at reagan national with more. >> good morning. despite the controversy, most americans say that they take safety over being comfortable. a new poll finds that half of americans feel the aggressive pat-downs go too far, but only 1 of 3 oppose the scanners.
procedures will be adapted to be as minimally invasive as conditions warrant. so far the tsa has received 700 complaints since the new measures. people with prosthetics or medical devices triggering alarms in full body scanners. some people don't have a choice. one woman says she was forced to pull down her underwear during a because she has a knee replacement. >> we have always told our children to not let people to achieve because its improper. yet it is ok if our government does it to us? that is not right. >> one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. so far we have not noticed a large back up in the security lines. that is because out of 2 million passengers that travel every
day, only 3% are getting pat- downs. back to you. >> thank you. former republican vice presidential nominee sarah palin's book is released today. it is reflections on family, faith, and --, a tribute to the service of veterans, the value of family, the rightness of the tea party, and more. president obama and the vice-president will be at kokomo, indiana today. the bailout to saved thousands of jobs at four chrysler plants in that city. u.s. auto makers are becoming profitable again. yje woman who told president obama that she was exhausted from defending his economic policies has lost her job as a
chief financial officer with a nonprofit because it was looking for ways to cut costs. the ipad upgrade and the need for speed. vinita nair has those stories and more. >> the ipads gets an upgrade. it released a new software upgrade on monday. you can have folders for applications on the home screen and lets you wireless transfer files to a printer. there is a game that has new elements. >> an online-multi-player game is made successful by getting involved in trash talking. this is one of the first racing games to work that in. having fun with your friends and challenging them and taunting
them. andit's available for pc's all the major gaming consoles. >> thank you> a lot of people are traveling and dispersing all over the country and we have crazy weather. >> there's an active weather pattern across the u.s. it is, and during november for things to be very different from coast to coast. first let's start with local temperatures. it is mild. 53 at reagan national. 51 at dulles. hagerstown at 50. look at this. two degrees above zero in north dakota. we have areas of snow out west and parts of the upper midwest.
it's 55 in hyattsville, 53 in arlington, 54 at nationals park. have many clouds or thick fog. that's because of the cold front. that will continue to march eastward. the clouds will slowly push through our region. a lot of this will fall apart as it passes over the mountains. we have a few light showers, not amounting to much. enough to give us a decent rain today. enough to get in the way of driving. around lunchtime. late morning, it will go off to the west in the shenandoah valley. highs in the 60's, upper 60's in a few spots. tomorrow we will start the day in the 40's, high temperatures in the 50's.
slight chance of showers on thanksgiving. a better chance on friday. temperatures should be in the 50's thursday and friday. clearing on the weekends. washington traffic has motorcades. 295 is closed at the air force base. northbound traffic is held up north of the beltway, that means out of oxon hill. the motorcades usually traveled pretty quickly. it is headed north on d.c. 295. if you leave within the next few minutes, you will find that the lead. no troubles on the other side of town. things are quiet in virginia. looks good on 395 and 270. back to you. >> thank you. 53 degrees. 5:21. >> a rough night for local hockey.
>> that was one of rivers' career highs, four touchdowns last night. 233 yards. risley is the nfl right now. >-- rivers. >> it was the third victory in a row for san diego. >> not the same luck for the washington capitals. tim brant has more. >> good morning. they prepare for the vikings. clinton portis injured his groin again. ryan has a hamstring injury. injured his knee. another player injured himself. the washington capitals have serious problems. nobody seems to know what caused
them. alexander ovechkin, a tough loss to the devils last night. now they have a losing record on road. allen-scored washington -- outscored washington. an embarrassing game for the capitals. the capitals have given up 15 goals in the last three games. an embarrassing loss to the devils. have a great day, everybody. >> i know a adam caskey is disappointed. 53 degrees. 5:30.ws continues actiot >> and behind-the-scenes heading into the grand finale on the dance floor. >> police are looking for a man
live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead this half hour, a second look at the controversial airport security, a new poll that shows how divided passengers really are. good morning, washington. thanks for joining us on this tuesday, november 23. i am alison starling. >> i am scott thuman. much smaller that in a moment. we begin with traffic and weather. >> we have a lot of sunshine to
start the day. it's 53 degrees at reagan national, around 50 across most of the region. there is a cold front moving through the midwest. heavy showers along that. even thunderstorms. that will continue to march east, increasing and causing a few rain showers for us. high temperatures in the 60's. upper 60's especially south of the metro area. that cannot be ruled allen to this afternoon. it will be light rain showers around lunchtime in the metro area. we will clearing out again especially this evening. tonight will be cooler in the 30's. mostly sunny tomorrow and: behind the cold front in the 50's. now to lisa baden for the commute. some problems on new hampshire avenue southbound with a crash after the beltway
at northampton drive, all lanes are closed. new hampshire avenue southbound try to get to adelphi from hillendale, not happening. live at the potomac river camera at the 14th street bridge, i am told that it looks good. back to you. >> thank you. 5:31. breaking news, a woman wakes up to find a naked intruder. police are searching for the suspect. brianne carter is live in northwest washington with breaking details. good morning. >> good morning. police were here for some time trying to locate this man. this happened in the 2400 block of ontario rd. nw. orla this morning a woman woke up inside the home to find a
man. police were called. they scoured, a multi unit town house. everyone was out of the town house and the baht k9 units. police have not found the individual. they looked inside and outside. they did not find any forced entry, but they will continue to investigate. the residents are taken up this morning. back to you. >> thank you. now to developing story from the korean peninsula. a deadly clash between north korea and south korea. the south korean military is a that a marine was killed when the north fired a barrage of artillery onto a south korean island. 13 others were injured. south korea the unscrambled five jets and fired back. this violates the 1953 armistice
agreement that ended potential troubles over new security screenings at airports. a survey shows a minority of people do not object to the imaging scanners. all americans are split about the procedures. >> we have always told our children not to let other steps them because it's improper. yet it is ok if the government does it to us? >> anytime we can find a way to keep us even safer without violating our freedoms, i think we will be in good shape. >> the tsa has received 700 complaints. more than 40 million people traveled. tsa officials believe the threat is real and the debt added security measures are necessary. a guilty verdict nine years
in the making. on the fourth day of deliberations, a jury convicted ingmar guandique for the murder of chandra levy. courtney robinson has latest from the case that captured nationwide attention nearly a decade. >> good morning. this jury convicted ingmar guandique of two counts of first-degree felony murder for the death of chandra levy. all 12 silda that they had no doubt that the prosecution presented a solid case. they believe in may of 2001 that guandique attack chandra levy, dragged her into the woods in rock creek park and either killed her or left her there to die. it's bill long time coming for the family of chandra levy. the mother was present in the courtroom for all of this. the prosecution presented other testimony from two women assaulted by ingmar guandique near rock creek park. the jury said that played into
their decision as did testimony from a former cellmate of ingmar guandique who said that guandique confessed. chandra levy's mother susan looked at guandique with almost vengeance and a slight smile. we spoke with her after the verdict outside of d.c. superior court. here's what she had sex. --- to say. verdict, but iy missingost limb from my family tree. but this is not closure for the family, they say, but satisfaction. guandique faces life in prison without parole and will be sentenced in. live, d.c. superior court in northwest, courtney robinson. a man who admitted to
killing the d.c. middle school principal will be sentenced today. 19-year-old alante saunders pleaded guilty to first-degree murder earlier this month. he shot and killed brian betts at his silver spring home in april. fire destroyed a long standing kiosk at a national mall that was manned by vietnam veterans. it took firefighters only a few the finalo put approa out. authorities believe a malfunctioning heating may have caused the fire. >> the archbishop returns from rolm after being elevated to cardinal. he is scheduled to arrive at dulles international airport this afternoon and is expected to speak about his elevation. this past saturday pope benedict made donald will and 23 others cardinals.
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time from langston hughes middle school. we kensei good morning in 50 languages. -- we can say. >> good morning, washington. buenos dias. tuesday morning, meteorologist adam caskey. 54 degrees in beltsville, 53 in winchester, 54 in riverdale. we are in the 50's in many locations. 52 and clarksburg, 54 in la plata. we have one or two areas of patchy fog. the clouds are not far off to
the west. those are increasing this morning. there is a cold front pushing east. most of the showers will be falling apart as they pass over the mountains. we can expect a few areas of light rain gear and a bit of your love to the mid enter early afternoon. those will wrap up by 5:00 p.m. locally. highs in the 60's. let's go to lisa baden. beautiful drive on 95, maryland. nothing all baltimore washington parkway. there's a crash on the shoulder 70.thbound 28 66, the only delay is in manassas and the rest. . traffic northbound and southbound 95 is open in both directions between springfield and richmond. back to you. >> thank you. 53 degrees, 5:41.
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the boy does has condemned the attack. the white house has condemned the attack. > ingmar guandique and found guilty of killing chandra levy and faces life in prison. the tsa says only 3% of passengers flying every day get pat-downs. weather troubles this thanksgiving week. >> tornadoes and snowfalls mauling traffic and causing delays on the busiest travel day of the year. >> good morning. we can say that it is a good morning for us. not so lucky in other parts of
the country. people are beginning to travel for this holiday week. bad weather is making for extremely slow going. one of the most visible problems is seattle. snow brought to the brushhollow to a standstill. major highways were tied up in all directions. in california, a tow truck drivers have been on duty three days straight, to dig people of 5 feet of snow. in the midwest a funnel cloud will over a school bus 80 miles outside chicago. the driver and five students were slightly injured. in illinois the roof was root of our house with a woman inside. she was ok. more people will travel during the next few days than last
year. emily schmidt reporting. back to you. >> thank you. checking the news around region. defense secretary robert gates will meet with virginia gov. bob mcdonnell to discuss close in the joint forces command in hampton roads as a way to cut defense spending. it employs nearly 6000 civilian and military workers. the montgomery county council will learn details about the county's budget deficit. the office of legislative oversight will present a report that says the rising cost of the county's commitments have created a challenge that must be addressed. those commitments include employee pensions and health- care benefits. d.c. is facing a $190 million budget gap. they have until the end of december to close it. the mayor elect is asking the public for input about what can be done. he has a scheduled hearing for
november 30 and people will be able to make suggestions on how to deal with the city's money problems. time to check on traffic and weather. >> it is going to be a little tricky depending on what part of the country you are headed to. >> its november. below zero in montana. above-average temperatures around here. all little bit of everything. >> it is mild. >> 61 was the high temperature at reagan national yesterday, 70 in fredericksburg. it is a warm spot today. the t3 at reagan national currently. 41 in manassas, 43 in frederick, 53 in winchester. a mild start to the day. clear skies overhead.
we don't have the thick fog that we did yesterday. notice the cold front to the west. right along this line of showers and even a few thunderstorms at the south end of the cold front. that will continue to push eastward. this will be falling apart over the mountains later this morning. showers could make it to the metro area, not amounting to much, a little over a trace. that should be around lunchtime across most of the metro area. there is a line of showers breaking apart and clearing out later this afternoon and evening. we transition between the cold front of a high-pressure system tonight and there's going to be a breeze from the north. clear skies on wednesday because of high-pressure. then the college will return on thursday. -- clouds will return.
today, light rain this afternoon. clearing out somalia and cooling off to the 50's. slight chance of rain on thursday. better chance on friday. clearing out and having a nice weekend. blogging ok around the beltway. no problems on 95 north through baltimore. we are a good northbound on 95. plenty of your neighbor is headed output to woodbridge. getting into springfield on this camera. and the beltway at university blvd.. back to you. >> thank you. this is the big day. the dancing willoughby awarded tonight. last night gwe got an inside
look at the stars. >> cynne simpson was there. >> you are on the verge of what could be the biggest upset in " dance in" history. >> bristol palin is a fierce competitor. her biggest fan is perlmutter sarah palin. front and center. >> it was awesome having my family there. >> she is shocked that she has stayed in the competition. >> we have our first black president and a girl who cannot dance is still in the competition. look at what voting can do. >> kyle brings enthusiasm to the dance floor. >> i did not have a shot.
>> it depends on who moves america to vote. >> txu are not calling, boating, texting, or getting on line, you cannot really complain. -- if you are not calling, voting. >> tune in at 5:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. for a firsthand look. cynne simpson. >> that's funny. there's going to be a ton of reaction to night. >> its going to be fun to watch. reaction to night. >> its going to be fun to watch. >> 5:5
welcome back. today d.c. councilman marion barry will hold its annual giveaway of turkeys for needy families. it will take place from 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. at unity temple, 1225 w. street in southeast. between two d.c. high school football teams, the turkey bowl. >> woodson won the semifinals,
but last friday the school system said it was added because it used an ineligible player in the semifinals. dunbar will facelifts and in the 13th hole. parents think it's not fair. >> walking with their heads held down and try to figure about what's going on, because they deserve a chance. >> they were not eligible. ballou has appealed to the school system's decision. there's a lot more in the next del oro. >> coming up, a tour to the barbershop could save your life, a very interesting story. >> nine years after erroll murder, a guilty verdict in the chandra levy murder trial. i'm courtney robinson live in