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accused of unleashing this attack on one of the largest college campuses. chaos erupted monday when a student drove his car over the curb and slammed into a crowd of people. >> 19th and college, we have a vehicle striking people. >> than people were really running and screaming. jay: the suspect, 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan ,. at of the vehicle and started slashing people with a butcher knife, injuring nearly a dozen. >> to strike pedestrians, and then start striking them with a knife, that was on purpose. jay: if the suspect acted with certainty, he was stopped in equally forceful fashion. ohio governor john kasich is calling this police officer a hero, arriving in less than 60
moments later, the campus was locked down and a warning was issued to run, hide, fight. >> we took action, to barricade the door. jay: authorities believe that artan was acting alone. they are looking into the possibility this could have been an act of terror. are also searching his residence, hoping to find additional clues that could lead them to a moto. live in the satellite center, jay korff, abc 7 news. jonathan: be first to know about breaking here and across the country by signing up for text alerts at wjla.com/text. michelle: a messy scene in northwest along georgia avenue after a car slammed into a building. a man and child were in the car and were not seriously injured.
of a gas leak, but they say the damage to the building was only cosmetic. jonathan: the police say that a 12-year-old girl was sexually assaulted inside of a church kitchen. george bol is charged with abduction and sexual assault at the cornerstone church in annandale, where tim barber joins us with the investigation. tim: detective say this place of worship turned into a crime scene, arrested is not even a member here. tonight, george bol is facing an aggravated sexual battery charge, accused of inappropriately touching a 12-year-old girl inside the kitchen of this fairfax county church. >> i don't know the details, but it's unfortunate. tim: the pastor says he does not know bol. the 47-year-old suspect was attending a fellowship program
at 5:00 in the evening sunday when the girl reported the allegations. >> i am very disappointed this kind of thing would happen, but we will be looking into it. tim: we stopped by bol's last known address in falls church, but nobody answered. >> it's not good for us. tim" bol is sexual battery charge and abduction charge because detective say he forced the 12-year-old girl into the church kitchen. investigators say that as soon as the church officials found out about the allegation, they reported it right away. tim barber, abc 7 news. michelle: the police are looking for this man in connection with a salt and northeast d.c.
d.c. at the grand hyatt hotel. a woman said she broke free during the struggle and ran to get help. the man was gone when the police arrived. steve: the temperatures have settled into the 40's right now, and they will begin to rebound in the early morning hours, starting at about 4:00. eventually into the middle 50's. waking up tomorrow morning, make sure that you have your umbrella. we have a lot of rain on the way, likely impacting the rush-hour commute. 7:00 tomorrow, showers around d.c. metro, could be a slow go around the capital beltway. julie wright will update you in the morning about the rain. and a lot more for the midday. the timing and what to expect tomorrow, plus looking ahead to wednesday, with highs near 70 degrees. more on that coming up. jonathan: steve, thanks. a disturbing investigation in pasadena, maryland.
grandmother stabbed repeatedly, the police say by her own granddaughter. the police say that say vanna weaver stabbed -- savannah weaver stabbed her grandmother to " get rid of the demons." weaver was taken into custody and placed into a hospital for mental valuation. >> it's a tragedy, horrible, mental illness. it's horrible. jonathan: a neighbor said victim was giving her troubled granddaughter a place to stay as she was battling mental illness. the police are searching for a person who shot at a shopper's grocery store in hyattsville this morning as the store was opening. nobody was injured. the only damage was to the window. store employees believe that a disgruntled employee is responsible for pulling the trigger, but so far no arrests made. michelle: the man accused of killing nine people inside of a
prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in the case against delon roof. nine black people were killed in the horrible shooting, and roof has been called a white supremacist. jonathan: the elections have been over for weeks, but the results not so much. president-elect donald trump lashing out against those who questioned his victory, saying now he should have won the popular vote as well. recount requested by jill stein, the green party candidate, not stopping at just wisconsin but also pennsylvania and michigan. those three states helped decide the election. >> this is an election in which there has been hacking and allegations of tampering all over the place.
insist they do not see evidence of voter tampering. remember that donald trump during the campaign said that the election was rigged. michelle: trump is raising concerns, and he is alleging voter fraud in three states, but has not provided any evidence. election officials in three states, including the claim made by the president-elect is false. over the weekend, trump alleged voter fraud not just in virginia but in california and new hampshire. virginia's commissioner of elections called the allegations unfounded. >> it is kind of frustrating, because we feel that we ran a clear, fair election. >> there is nothing indicating
pass it on so we can act on it. michelle: in another tweet, trump claimed that he won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. hillary clinton received more than 2 million more votes nationwide. georgia congressman tom price will be nominated to lead the department of health and human services. an orthopedic surgeon by trade, he has long opposed the fo will lead the administration's efforts to repeal it. jonathan: origin silver line trains are single tracking between west falls church and east falls church stations until december 21. the orange and silver line trains are now running about every 20 minutes. you can expect spillover crowds on the blue line as well. and a battle over what time metro should close. metro staff is recommending the
hours with earlier closure times. rails would close at 11:30 at night monday through thursday, 1:00 in the morning friday and saturday, 11:30 on sunday nights. the goal is to allow workers more time to do crucial maintenance of the system, but the backlash has been quick. >> that is ludicrous. i think it's kind of silly to close that early. jonathan: leaders say they want metro to stay open until 3:00 in the morning. several businesses and restaurants also want to keep the late closures. michelle: it has been called cruel body shaming by a playboy model, the naked instagram post that landed her in court and how much jail time she is facing. tom: and in manassas, hundreds of people are facing eviction
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tonight's d.c. zoning commission meeting focused primarily on d.c. united planned stadium at third point. members and attendees all the latest renderings of the stadium at buzzards point. they also heard from people concerned about the potential health impacts of the stadium construction. >> plant construction and traffic flow for the stadium raises concerns and issues for a members, and h t are planning the development until the concerns of the community have been adequately addressed. jonathan: construction is set to begin this winter. if the project stays on's eventual -- stays on schedule, they stadium will open in 2018. michelle: a group of neighbors from a mobile home park in manassas got their chance to speak out about being evicted. tom roussey has the fight.
drive-by on 28 every day and never realize this community is back there in the distance. for a lot of folks come it is a very important place, a place they don't want to leave, but a place they may have to leave very soon. >> for some other people it may not be much, but for me and a lot of my neighbors, everything. tom: residents of the east end mobile home park fear that time is running out to save their community. this person said he searched as far as call pepper and cannot find anywhere for his mobile home, wife, and for kids. he and hundreds of others have been told to be out why the end of february. everyone is being evicted, even though they did nothing wrong. for a decade, the owner has let the sewer system go to the point where sometimes rawson which comes up in yards. the city says there is no money
is buying the property for nearly $2 million from the owner. >> he is doing this with my tax dollars. tom: the city says it cannot be a landlord and will not finish the sale until everyone is out. this man has lived in the community his entire life. many others are immigrants from mexico and el salvador. they asked the city to pressure the owner to help them. >> we have a contract and we have to abide by that contract. tom: manassas' may has supported an extension of the eviction deadline. >> there are opportunities for the owner. i think that is were the action should be taken today. tom: earlier, three secretary, we left a message for the attorney representing the owner of the mobile home park. he has not returned our calls. the city has not decided what they will do with the property after taking ownership. the mayor said, however, no
live in manassas, prince william county, tom roussey, abc 7 news. steve: much-needed rain all the way, arriving later tonight, continuing through the day tomorrow and into the day wednesday. a look at what's going on right now, stormwatch 7 satellite and radar, shower activity to the west, not amounting to a whole lot. further west, across ohio and west virginia, kentucky, this is what is on t entire day, but rather showers hit or miss. and heavier rain through the day wednesday. the temperatures, in terms of where we expect them to go, the temperatures in the 40's right now. as we head through the early morning, we rebound, by about 4:00 in the morning. by 9 a.m., looking at upper 50's, close to 60 degrees. highs will eventually make it
year. sunglasses, i guarantee you will not need them at all tomorrow. you will not need them at all wednesday. a good umbrella and raincoat and patients if you have to drive anywhere tomorrow, especially around capital beltway, because a little bit of rain goes a long way in slowing things down. futurecast come heavier rain to the north, around the mason-dixon line. what roadways in the southern maryland -- wet roadways. the shower activity will be hit or miss. noontime, it looks wet over most of the area. recess indoors. they showers move out a little by the drivetime home tomorrow evening, and then much more needed rain coming wednesday, especially heavy in the early
although we are not expecting anything severe around the metro area. we will get anywhere from one inch, two inches the next 48 hours, heavier amounts to the north. once again, we have rain throughout the area. upper 60's, near 70 wednesday. then the cold front moves through, becoming breezy and much cooler thursday, middle , also saturday. toys for tots at the national harbor on saturday. low 50's next week. michelle: no snow in the forecast, but it is beginning to look a lot like christmas. the capitol christmas tree has arrived in d.c. spruce tree was delivered from idaho. it will belit on the ceremony december 6.
jonathan: domino's pizza is getting into the holiday spirit with deliveries overseas. they are training reindeer at a driving school in japan to deliver pizzas. the reindeer would be equipped with gps devices so that customers can check their progress, and they move. domino's is no stranger to publicity stunts like this. last month they were launching delivery drones in new zealand, and australia was testing delivery robots. michelle: join abc 7 and news channel 8 as we collect toys for tots at the national harbor until 3 p.m. go to wjla.com/toys for more information. jonathan: ever dream of going to the super bowl? there is a golden ticket that the super bowl? there is a golden ticket that will sen no matter how
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michelle: a playboy model is pleading not guilty to invasion of privacy. she alleged taking a photo of a naked elderly woman in a gym locker room earlier this year and posting it on social media with a comment about the woman's body. her attorney says she regrets the post and is sorry. if convicted, she could face six months in jail and a $1000 fine. jonathan: 7 on your side if this year felt blessed frenzied come you were not alone. consumer researchers say with people shopping online all the time, retailers are spacing deals throughout the entire thanksgiving holidays. research firm, score pretty excited or spending will exceed $3.5 billion this year. cyber monday has been the
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