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rival the university of michigan in a tight double over time football game on saturday. that high came to an abrupt end this morning. >> the response was instant and it was immense. >> that response by authorities on the campus of ohio state university was the reports of a man who purposely hopped a curve and plowed his car into a crowd of pedestrians before jumping out of the car and attacking people with a butcher's knife near watts house. that houses the department of engineering and material and like really screaming. i'm like this is something going on. then i heard the three gunshots from about that same area and i was like, crap, like what do i do. >> columbus police officer 28-year-old allen harusco shot and killed the attacker identified as 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan. >> our officer was on scene in less than a minute and ended the
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>> abdul razak ali artan was able to slash and stab nine people before he was taken down by authorities. none of the injuries to the nine appear to be life threatening. >> considering how many people they were they limited it to seven or eight injuries. that's incredible work by the response team. >> state local authorities are trying to learn more about the suspect as well as motive. terrorism has not yet been ruled out. >> reporter: in addition to the stabbing victims there were some pedestrians who were hit by the injuries include an osu staff member and students. again, none of those injuries appear to be life threatening. >> thank you. you can find the latest by downloading our wusa 9 app. now to a developing story out of southeast dc. capitol hill residents have some tough questions for police after a spike in violence that came to a fever pitch when a 16-year-old
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police say breanna mcmillian was not the intepded target. breanna attended boarding school in iowa and home for the holiday. residents say she was the latest casualty in a string of vie leapt crimes on the -- violent crimes that's been on the rise this last year. >> we get tired of know your neighbors, call 911. we do all that and i think there needs to be city approaches public safety. >> commissioner chow will cohost a meeting at 7:30 tonight at the saint coleta school on 19th and independence avenue. police are asking anyone who knows anything about breanna's murder to give them information. you can text anonymously. do that to 50411. and dc police are made arrests in two other homicides in the city over the holiday
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pittman is charged with shooting and killing a man on l street. 26-year-old marquette tibs is charged with homicide. both of those murders took place yesterday but are not related. president elect donald trump is interviewing more candidates at trump tower. the former cia director david petraeus there mitt romney also meeting with the president elect tomorrow. trump was declared the winner in michigan and there were recounts in pennsylvania and wisconsin. according to our news partners at the washington post a high end sushi spot will move in to the hotel on pennsylvania avenue sometime next summer. this comes after two high
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project following the then presidential candidate's controversial comments ability immigrants. the future u.s. relation with cuba is unclear tonight maybe more because of the incoming trump administration more than the death of fidel castro over the weekend. bruce leshan is here and said trump wants more reform from cuba. >> reporter: that's right. the president-elect tweeted tody that if cuba is unwilling to make a better deal for cubans, america and the u.s. he will determinate the deal by which we can only assume the restoration of diplomatic relations. >> the latin american countries he gave to. >> flowers and memories of fidel castro outside of the new cuba embassy in dc where scores of dignitaries and regular people are signing a book of condolences for the former cuban
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>> human rights activists and dc resident veronica said the u.s. needs to continue the normalization of relations with cuba began by the obama administration. she said we cannot return to the days when the u.s. supported coos in latin america like the one in chili that took the life of her son, a graduate of wilson high school. >> he was burned alive in 1993. his name was raledo. >> donald trump want s fidel castro's successor, his brother, raul, to deliver more religious and political freedoms to the cuban people. >> president-elect trump is going to be looking for some movement in the right direction in order to have any sort of deal with cuba. >> allen gross, the aid worker from maryland who spent 5 years
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odds. >> it's a personality conflict between 10 u.s. presidents and one cuban president. when he got to the 11th president and the cuban presidency changed that's when we were able to move forward. >> now, mr. trump could ascend mr. obama's executive orders on cuba that surged interest in tourists and u.s. comes pressure would force raul castro to open his country more or just go in old communist hard liners to roll back reforms that gave cubans things like internet access and restaurants. >> thank you. metro is wrap ing ping up the first day of the late -- wrapping up out of the first day of phase 11. there will be continuous single tracking
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station. they are encouraging commuters to find other ways to goat to work or school. this runs through december 21st. the transit agency for metro said weekend trains would end at 1:00 a.m. and weeknight trains at 11:30 and they would cut back service on sunday mornings. trains would open later, 8:00 a.m. instead of 7:00 a.m. right now. phil dugan saidhe hurting. >> it's really killing us and i'm sure it's killing businesses region wide. it's too hard on the people leaving late at night. >> mooert said it would metro -- metro said it would allow more time for track work.
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the last 57 days resting and rehabbing. this is a picture of him the first day back on the job. glad the see him back. still ahead issue it's -- still ahead, it's the first time in 4 years that the syrian army has advanced on alepo. an d 8-month-old baby found safe after a crash. >> a storm system starting
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taking a look at what is in the news right now, the san antonio detective fatally shot while write ago citation was laid to rest today. officers from around the country came to pay their respects to benjamin marconi. 31-year-old otis mccain is charged with shooting the police officer as he sat in his car earlier this month. the former university of cincinnati police officer charged with fatally shooting a black motorist will be put on trial again. the first trial for ray tensing ended with a hung jury. the judge removed herself from the case. tensing is charged with fatally shooting sam dubose during a traffic
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on alepo. >> the syrian government has over taken rebel force for the first time since 2012. syrian and russian air strikes have bombarded that region for weeks now. the united nations tried several times to reach the city to deliver aid to civilians but they were denied access. a playboy model who took a photo after a naked woman in pleaded not guilty. dani matters faced widespread criticism after she shared the photo she took on social media. she later apologized. still ahead tonight, if you're a fan of james taylor and the washington nationals you are probably going to like his now tour stop. >> a family in arkansas has a whole lot to be thankful for after their 9-month-old baby is found safe. she was ejected
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the wake of another shooting at a market this morning. a disgruntled employee is to blame. >> stephanie ramirez reports. >> you can see the window getting fixed by the entrance where it all happened. no one was inside at the time. >> wow. it's a blessing he didn't kill anybody. >> while sources say it was a disgruntled employee prince george's county police did not identify a suspect. >> it happened after 5:00 in the morning on monday with customers like george jones shaking their heads after wards. >> it's very unfortunate this the store. it means a lot to a lot of people in this area frp -- area. >> i came to get their chocolate custard filled donuts. >> the incident won't stop her from coming. this does not mean
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her, especially after the violence in dc that killed a 16-year-old. >> it's sad, all this violence. each time you listen to the news i think we would all be much better if we could learn to live without guns. >> they hope something else will change. >> they might beef up security but it's kind of happening all over the place now. hopefully they can do that. >> everything opened for business like normal after wards. a shopper's manager would neither confirm ory stephanie ramirez, wusa 9. >> and stephanie said police are not saying how many shots were actually fired. the suspect fled the scene right after wards. we'll let you know as soon as there's an arrest in this case. firefighters are calling this next story a miracle. an 8-month-old baby survives a car crash. an 18 wheeler clip it
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jakito coalson said it happened so fast. she searched the interstate for 15 minutes and found her 25 feet away in a storm drain with just a scratch on her fore head. >> i know it was a miracle. nobody but god. the way they had to pull her out of the drain, they had to turn her head and body a certain way. she was just sitting there looking at everybody waiting on them come and get her. >> she's just waiting. car and they are all expected to be okay. did you see her hands in the air? >> i know this is not the religion channel but come on. singer james taylor just announced his summer tour of four baseball parks. >> it kicks off july 14th at nats park and he will play at
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francisco and boston's fenway park. these scenes are from james taylor at jiffy lube live 2 years ago. >> i had the pleasure of seeing him at jones beach on the water >> he's quite a show and his voice is still what it was. >> he's a classic. he's a legend. legendary dry weather that we've been having is about the change for the better. we need some rain bad. it's easy. that simple. we bare ly rain,less than 10% of what we should for the month. we are down 7 inches in spots since september 1st. a yellow weather alert for tuesday. we are talking about a wet morning commute. afternoon commute i think could be better. i'm going to be optimistic that the bulk of tuesday's showers will be through by mid to late afternoon. so keep it pressed for that. flooding not really a concern. winds a little bit of a concern, especially in the higher elevations out west for later tonight. we are talking some gusts above 2,000 feet.
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temperatures about as cool as you're going to be tonight. i don't think we're going to drop too much more. from the mid 40s in the valley, cambridge at 45. now to 59 at gnash and 48 at pax river and 47 in fredericksburg. officially at 6:00 p.m., 49. feels like 45. if you are headed out jacket weather tonight. the southern winds will temperatures and eventually a lot of rain. this guy is a monster. we've had snow for a couple of days in the mountains of utah and colorado. skiers are loving it. big time problem snow in north dakota tonight and down south with some strong thunderstorms. that's a tornado watch in red in mississippi. in alabama, i don't know if you can see this thin line that's coming across right here, this could have gusts of 100 miles per hour. just straight line winds. that's why the severe thunderstorm watch. it's not going that strong when it gets
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it starting tomorrow morning. we are good through about midnight here. if you're west of i-81, probably 2:00 or 3:00 a couple of showers over night into tuesday morning. tuesday it looks a little bit wet at times. showers potentially the heaviest up from philly to new york by lunchtime but we'll still be dealing with showers through mid afternoon and then we get a break tuesday evening into tuesday night until wednesday morning when round two moves in. another low forms on the front. this could have showers and potential storms maybe some gusty winds with this. also mild. maybe i should have put warm. we could make a run towards 70 on wednesday before this whole system sweeps out wednesday night. by thursday we cool down behind it. thursday's temperatures will be closer to 60 and then even cooler beyond that. the forecast for tonight, clouds and milder. temperatures are going to rise late tonight and tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning 50s, showers around, breezy, cool, winds could gust 25 to 30 tomorrow.
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mid 60s with more showers in the afternoon. as we head towards wednesday yellow weather alert again for showers and some storms by thursday we are cooling off 59. it becomes breezy and then chilly as we get towards the first week into december. maybe a shower later on sunday. >> yeah. the burgundy and gold could get that last wild card playoff spot. >> we have been watching this closely as well as kristen who is live tonight with a look at all the scenarios. s. this is it, the final push of the season. they got the packers and they got the cowboys out of the way for now. now they get back to work to face arizona coming up. coming up, the latest on the injury front including the scary moment today at practice and is josh norman getting tired of the haters?
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>> reporter: welcome back. we are live at red skins park where theea following that thanksgiving show down in dallas. now most of the guys were in good spirits despite the loss. i says most of them because the usually animated josh norman was subdued today. norman has been getting a lot of criticism for that post-game scuffle with dez bryant. in fact, he's been a magazine innocent for criticism all year long. this is nothing new. today he seemed like he was tired of it, calling out all
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he reaches for it but goes down grabbing his left shoulder. he looks like he's in a lot of pain. he's been dealing with a rotator cuff issue. he got up and walked off. he asked him how he felt after wards and he said he's okay, it's just pain he has to play through. >> any quick movement hurts. i'll still do it. treatments throughout the week trying to
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game we saw jordan reed get injured with a shoulder injury early on. he came back to finish the drain but he's been diagnosised with a grade 3 ac joint sprain. he said he's 30% range of motion in that shoulder. his status is up in the air on sunday. to play better when injured. we don't want that, we just want the see him out there on sunday they joked. >> we need jason reed on the field. he had a pretty good thursday. >> yeah. do you have anything to say? >> rain by morning. enjoy yourself. >> that's its at 6:00. cbs is next. >> bruce will see you at 7:00
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> o'donnell: attack at ohio state. >> we have man with a knife running around killing people. >> o'donnell: a student from somalia targets pedestrians as others rush afto sety. >> i heard a loud noise, like a crash, and just saw people running. >> o'dllonne: also tonight... a ofday remembrance and reflection on the fiery and controversial leader of the cuban revolution. >> o'donnell: a warning on cyber monday: thieves are targeting smartphone apps. >> we found that there were hundreds of fake apps -- hundreds. >> o'donnell: and... >> i panicked. i thought she was gone. >> o'donnell: tossed 30 feet enr a drainage ditch. how did this eight-month-old


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