tv Good Morning Washington 430am ABC January 11, 2018 4:30am-5:00am EST
washington. - 50s today, 60s tomorrow, 30s this weekend - showers arrive this evening; rain for the friday am commute - midnight high saturday with tumbling temperatures - windy & colder saturday - back to unseasonably cold through next week today: mostly cloudy and milder. pm showers. highs: 50-55 winds: se 5 mph tonight: cloudy and mild. scattered showers. highs: 52-58 winds: sse 5-10 mph friday: cloudy and warm. rain likely. highs: 63-67 winds: s 5-10 mph happening now in california-- crews are
victims of the deadly mudslides in montecito. hundreds of homes and businesses are damaged or destroyed, and more than a dozen people are still missing. jory rand has more from montecito, california. a deadly crash in prince george's county is under investigation this morning. this is along branch avenue in temple county is under investigation this morning.
avenue in temple hills -- just before saint barnabas road. we're told a man was killed when he pulled out to cross branch avenue - and was hit by an oncoming car. the road was briefly shut down but is now back open. in fort washington -- the clean up continues after a broken water main -- floods basements with water, mud, and sewage over the weekend. crews now working to clear debris and strip walls. w-s-s-c says they'll compensate the owners of the eight affected homes. but as residents get their first look at the damage... there are things like family heirlooms and photo albums -- that can't be replaced. wike and her family salvaged a few items... but nearly everything else was salvaged a few items... but nearly everything else was lost. w-s-s-c says crews have dealt with more than 400 water main breaks in the past month.
capitol hill-- at a joint news conference with the norwegian prime minister president trump appeared to back-pedal his committment to being available to special counsel robert muller.... and at that same newser, the president insisted on funding for a border wall was necessary to move forward with an agreement on daca. abc's lana zak is in washington this morning. new this morning. disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein is heading
mogul harvey weinstein is heading for court-- divorce court. tmz reports weinstein and estranged wife georgina chapman reached a divorce settlement. the couple hashed out both a property settlement agreement and a custody arrangement for their two children. neither party filed a divorce petition, but that should be coming soon now that they have settlement. coming up-- a traffic stop turns into a running gunfight, with dozens of drivers caught in the crossfire. plus, you won't find this taco on any value meal. whats inside this dish, that makes it more expensive than a steak dinner.
victim to the park... because they believed she helped set up the murder of iraheta's boyfriend. iraheta faces up to life in prison. new dash camera footage of an intense chase and firefight between a man and deputies on a utah highway this all happened last month. deputies pull over arturo gallemore-jimenez for firing his gun in public when all of a sudden he begins shooting at them. jimenez then takes off down the highway... injuring two innocent bystanders along the way. eventually one deputy catches up with him using an assault rifle to stop the vehicle. deputies arrested him and later learn of why he's on the run. no deputies were injured in the exchange.
today jimenez is facing mutliple felony charges including three counts of attempted murder. remember this scene earlier this week at a louisiana school board meeting. a teacher is forcibly removed after she questioned why the schools superintendent received a pay raise when teachers did not. well -- the video went viral. now the school board president says they're receiving death threats from as far away as australia. those threats have been reported to the f-b-i. the teacher was later released without charges. we've been talking about the nationwide increase in flu cases - well today one north carolina school is cancelling classes after more than 100-kids came down with flu-like symptoms. carmel christian school in matthews cancelled class today and tomorrow after more than 160-students were out sick yesterday. it's a first for the
hope the long weekend will allow those sick students extra time to recover. it also is a chance to make preventative measures. school officials hired contractors to sanitize every hallway, bathroom, and classroom -- in addition to wiping down every surface. experts say this flu season is the worst in years - with nearly double the amount of cases nationwide compared to last year - today, d-c mayor muriel bowser will attend a topping off ceremony for a new entertainment and sports complex in the district. the venue is being built at the st. elizabeth's east campus in southeast. it will eventually be the new home of the washington mystics and a practice facility for the wizards. it will also host concerts, conventions and other entertainment events. the arena is expected to have a 90 million dollar economic impact over the next 20 yeras. construction is slated to finish up in september.
typically, a taco meal doesn't cost that much money.... unless you go to one restaurant in michigan. it has a 60-dollar taco. why is it so expensive? it's made with wagyu beef, foie gras, caviar and black truffle. the restaurant says it hopes to counter the sterotype that mexican food is always cheap. and since you have to order the taco in threes... the meal costs 180 dollars. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - 50s today, 60s tomorrow, 30s this weekend - showers arrive this evening; rain for the friday
- midnight high saturday with tumbling temperatures - windy & colder saturday - back to unseasonably cold through next week today: mostly cloudy and milder. pm showers. highs: 50-55 winds: se 5 mph tonight: cloudy and mild. scattered showers. highs: 52-58 winds: sse 5-10 mph friday: cloudy and warm. rain likely. highs: 63-67 winds: s 5-10 mph governor terry mcaullifee give his final major address
the c-e-o of go-pro was in the middle of an interview with c-n-n... when the lights went out at the las vegas convention center. it took about half an hour for the power to come back on. right now -- no word on what caused that outage. virginia governor terry mcauliffe has a little more than 48 hours left in his term. and last night he gave his final address as governor. at
northern virginia bureau chief tim barber will have full coverage of northam's inauguration -- right here on abc-7 news and at wjla-dot-com. take a look at this, a new batman exhibit opening this weekend at the hollywood museum in los angeles. it celebrates the 52 years since batman's debut on telivision and features everything from memorabilia to collectibles, and props. they're are even old costumes worn by batman and robin themselves. the exhibit opens to the public tomorrow. there is much more coming up on good morning washington. if your skin had a wash tag what would it say? 80% glowing 50% freckles no matter your skin type,
a patient dumped outside by hospital staff in baltimore. the viral video that has people outraged - and the response from the hospital. the death toll in the california mudslide disatser rising.. as we get a new view of the devastation. people buried under feet of mud in just seconds. new overnight - why emergency cell pone alerts were never sent. and the same system bringing that rain to california, now heading east. the snow on the way today in the midwest.. and the rain right