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- 40s today, 50s tomorrow, 60s friday - rain chances return; bulk of the rain friday - tumbling temperatures saturday - back to the cold this weekend through early next week today: partly to mostly cloudy. seasonable. highs: 43-46 winds: s 5 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. patchy fog. lows: 31-35 winds: se 5 mph to calm thursday: mostly cloudy and milder. showers possible late. highs: 51-55 winds: s 5 mph back now to that breaking news.... while you were sleeping, a police cruiser was stolen and crashed.
other police vehicles a few blocks away. two officers are hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. suzanne kennedy will have a live update coming up at five. also breaking thie morning. a federal judge temporarily blocked the trump administration's decision to end the daca program, which gives temporary legal status to so-called dreamers, brought to the us as children. meanwhile, republicans and democrats worked to negotiate an agreement at the white house in advance of a february spending deadline. through it, the president striking a bipartisan tone. abc's lana zak has more from northwest. trt=1:48 oc=soc in the day ahead.. it's back to work
it's back to work for the virginia and maryland general assemblies. and both have a lot on their plate. in virginia -- gun control, paid family leave, equal pay -- and passing a budget. democratic governor ralph northam will be sworn in.... but republicans hold a one-seat majority. in maryland -- lawmakers will try to override governor hogan's veto of a paid sick leave bill. they'll also focus on expanding medical marijuana licenses. and in both annapolis and richmond-- there's a big focus on transportation. both states get back to work, at noon today. right now, works underway in alexandria to fix a burst pipe at george washington middle sc
just the latest obstacle brought on by this month's cold snap. the school's heating system has also struggled to keep up. last week students were ushered out of class when temperatures in the clasroom dropped into the fifties. last night during a tense p-t-a meeting parents had the oppotunity to question the school's interim superintendent dr. lois f.berlin about these issues. the school is once again closed today. this week's big swing in temperatures could mean a lot more water main breaks. w-s-s-c is expecting a record number. crews have dealt with 406 breaks so far. fairfax water -- which handles much of northern virginia -- has seen around 160 water main breaks. d-c water says there have been 138 breaks and leaks. happening now-- widespread devastation in california. massive mudslides leave more than a dozen people dead --
coming out of! this was video from sky trak 7 -- of a frozen water tower in laurel! luckily... those temperatures are on the rise -- and that frozen waterfall of sorts... will start to thaw out. - 40s today, 50s tomorrow, 60s friday - rain chances return; bulk of the rain friday - tumbling temperatures saturday - back to the cold this weekend through early next week today: partly to mostly cloudy. seasonable. highs: 43-46 winds: s 5 mph
magnitude quake is one of the strongest to hit the caribbean in five years. there is no serious damage and no reports of injuries. the quake triggered a tsunami threat, but the danger passed. a former texas police officer is heading to prison for killing a teenager he caught breaking into his s-u-v. ken johnson was off-duty when he saw two teens trying to break into his suv. they ran away, but he chased them, ran them off the road, and opened fire. one of the teens died. johnson said he shot the teens because he feared for his life. johnson was sentenced to ten johnson was sentenced to ten years in prison. he faced the possibility of life behind bars. former, arizona sheriff joe arpaio is running for u-s senate. arpaio is known for his hard-line immigration tactics. last year, president trump pardoned him after arpaio was convicted for not
order to stop racially profiling latinos. arpaio spent 24-years as sheriff of maricopa county.he doesn't think his conviction will effect his senate run. if elected, arpaio says his top if elected, arpaio says his top priorities would be immigration, the economy and jobs. he likely faces a congresswoman and state senator in the gop primary. a kansas state representative is apologizing for controversial comments he made about the state's drug laws. while making his point-- republican steve alford told the crowd that the real problem was drug use among african-americans. 75-year-old republican steve alford was speaking to an all-white
alford was speaking to an all-white group at a hospital over the weekend. he was arguing against legalizing marijuana-- saying african-americans have worse reactions to drugs because of their character and genetics. in addition to his apology, he is stepping down from two house leadership positions. peloton is known for its exercise bike with live streamed classes now, the company is venturing into the treadmill business. the company unveiled the peloton tread' at the consumer electronics show in las vegas. it comes with an h-d touch screen to stream live fitness classes. mat and weight lifting exercises can also be incorporated. but it's not cheap .. selling for a whopping four-thousand-doll ars. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen
- 40s today, 50s tomorrow, 60s friday - rain chances return; bulk of the rain friday - tumbling temperatures saturday - back to the cold this weekend through early next week today: partly to mostly cloudy. seasonable. highs: 43-46 winds: s 5 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. patchy fog. lows: 31-35 winds: se 5 mph to calm thursday: mostly cloudy and milder. showers possible late. highs: 51-55 winds: s 5 mph coming up. more fallout for a popular internet
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a police cruiser stolen and officers hurt. the crash and arrest while you were asleep. plus - a new daca decision overnight. the key ruling throwing a wrench in the trump administration's plan for young immigrants. and here's something we haven't heard in a while - stormwatch seven tracking a warm-up! the taste of spring, on the way.