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to some. this happened about a month ago here in montgomery county. now, as you can see it appears that the man is at first meandering outside. this happening about midnight. in the next clip, you see that the man looks like he's trying to either open a window or open some sort of a side door there. this all happened before a censored light pops or turns on and they understand up taking off there. well, as you might have guessed, the homeowner when he went to to review the surveillance video, the very next day, he was saying that he was completely caught off guard about what he saw. he spoke to us about the whole ordeal but chose not to reveal himself, reveal his identity on camera for safety and well-being of his family >> we're unapologetic in the
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district of columbia about -- >> we hopefully will show you that sound or give you a respective of that sound a little bit later in our newscast. right now, police are looking for, again, that suspected intruder who you saw in the video. if you have information on this investigation, you are asked to call montgomery county police. and keep in mind here that they're offering up to a cash award of up to $10,000 for any information that leads to an arrest here. we're reporting live in montgomery county this evening. kristen leone, fox 5. the fall-out after president trump decided the u.s. would what do you recall from the paris climate is accord. fox's joel waldman has more. >> reporter: the white house continuing to defend its exit from the global
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agreement, as the president gets an ear. from critics. pthe white house the environmental protection agency to defend the president's decision to exit the paris climate packet >> focused on one key issue, is paris good or bad for this country? the president and i focused our attentions there. he determined that it was bad for this country >> epa scott pruitt along with the white house press secretary sean spicer repeatedly dodging the question does the president believe climate change is a hoax? 000 i have not had an opportunity to have that discussion >> the response to the u.s. pull-out has been harsh, from mayors to governors and even president trump's replacement on the apprentice arnold schwarzenegger weighing in >> one man cannot destroy our progress or stop our clean energy revolution. one man can go back in time. only i can do that. >> reporter: the
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taking its travel ban fight to the supreme court. asking it to reinstate the president's controversial executive order. vice president mike pence saying he's confident the high court will come down on the administration's side. >> they're going to recognize the right of the president in the constitution and in the statute of this country to control immigration in way that puts a security of our country first. >> reporter: president trump ignoring most of the backlash and focusing on his legislature agenda signing two new bills into law. in washington, joel waldman, fox news. today, dc council member mary shay called on mayor bowser to join the newly announced united states client alliance, it's comprised of california, new york and washington so far. form in response to president trump's announcement that the u.s. will withdrawal from that paris climate agreement. shay plans to intro
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proposal through what's called a sense of council resolution at the tuesday, june 6th, legislature meeting kathy griffin and her lawyer addressed the media after stirring up controversy by posting a photo of her holding a fake severed head that looked like president trump >> the comedian said she's not going to stop making fun of the president, even though she believes he's trying to ruin her career. fox's will carr has more. >> reporter: kathy griffin addresses the media for the first time since she sparked major controversy after images obtained by tmz would hold what appear to the best of president trump's severed head she apologized in the video posted online and on friday held a press conference to discuss the incident. far from an ordinary media event with griffin frequently shifting from cracking jokes to crying. >> then i was like, no, this isn't right. in his is it not right >> fall-out from
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been swift. griffin said she's getting death threats and several venues cancelled the show. but the president and first lady publicly criticizing with milania trump going as far as to question her mental health >> for the first time in history, that we are aware of, the president of the united states and his family is personally attempting to ruin a comedian. >> she also said she is the subject of a secret service investigation but still refuses to stop making fun of the president. >> i'm not afraid of donald trump. he's a bully. i dealt with older white guys trying to keep me down my whole life and career. >>reporter: the white house reacting to griffin's statement >> the president and the first lady and secret service have all made it clear, their view on those thoughts. >> reporter: she said the images were motivated by his past controversial comments about women and she believes her gender is playing a role in the fall-out. her attorneys say she's the ones who's being bulled. ?
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los angeles, will carr, fox news. he came to washington with guns, ammunition and cash. he then checked into the trump hotel. but today, dr. brian moles was ordered to stay away from the trump hotel and the white house. a federal judge also ordered him to under go a mental evaluation. >> mr. moles did you plan to hurt the president? >> video outside the court last night. he didn't have much to say except that he loved his family. today in court, we learned that he is an emergency room doctor, who has been suspended. moles was charged with possession and transportation of weapons, court documents revealed he left voice mails refers to timothy mcvay and eric rudolf. they were connected to at the oklahoma city bombing and the atlanta olympic bombing. the judge told moles he could only return to washington for court hearings. also in the districts, mayor bowser and police chief peter newsham were on hand for
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event to mark national gun violence awareness day. she's committed to getting illegal guns off the street. so far this year, police recovered nearly 9 hundred illegal guns but said much more needs to be done. >> we are unapologetic in the district of columbia about saying illegal guns kill people in the hands of the wrong people make us all less z this year, through specialized nuclear's enforcement unit, we worked to recover illegal firearms and reduce crimes related to illegal guns. >> police are offering a reward of up to $2500 for information that leads to the recovery of an illegal gun, when they're collected. the police department and earth conservation tour teamed together. the guns are melted down and the metal is used to create artwork and every day items there's
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criminals in stafford county. yesterday investigators launch add drone during a manhunt. fox 5 angelie hemphill has more on how the program work. >> reporter: the stafford county's sheriff office is only one-on-one of 30 in the entire country using drone technology to save costs and save lives. sheriffed the sheriff's office officially taken their job of public safety to new heights. sheriffs department the new fleet of drones helped catch criminals faster. investigators say this man, jeffrey owens shot up a car and took off. a manhunt was launched with deputies and k9s on the ground and a drone in the sky. this video shows how at the drone used thermal energy to spot owens wearing camouflage clothing, hiding in the
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>> what i'm seeing on my apple ipad is identical to what's being displayed on a 32 inch monitor here at the rear of the suburban. stafford county also used a drone to bust a local meth lab which give deputies lay of the land before heading into a dangerous situation. drones can also assess damage from national disasters or the missing and endangered folks we need to find quickly to safeguard the lives. the other time we can do it is to alleviate immediate danger to any person. this is where law enforcement deploys the unmanned aircraft in an effort to safeguard lives in an active shooter incident. >> reporter: the department currently has eight drone pilots who completed 40's hours of training each to receive proper certification from both the county and the faa. however, along with this new bird's eye view does come some concern >> the unmanned aircrafts simply cannot be deployed to
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watchful eye over citizens, that's a concern of some and just can't be used in that manner. we certainly won't be doing that here. >> reporter: in stafford county, angelie hemphill, fox 5 local news. coming up, we'll hit the field for flag football >> brody logan is live in hyattsville with a respective. brody? >> reporter: hey, sarah, there hasn't been a lot of championship football as of late but in the shadow, there will be a flag football championship here in prince george's county with athletics championship talk to some of the players coming up >> i saw brody squinting from the sun, that's a good sign, it's still out there have not pretty nice day. let's take a look at our forecast coming up after the break. stay with us. stay with us.
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. few months away from nfl serious football is taking place >> a flag football tournament underway in hyattsville right now, and it is also being hell for a good cause. brody logan live in hyattsville with more on this. brody? >> hey, sarah, it is for a good cause, it is the athletic program give kids something to do after school program. they come out get mentored, coached and they get to play a little football. i'm with the executive director of this program. ashton montgomery. one thing i noticed before the games got going. you have the kids roll around and not say something they did well on the field. but something they did well in the classroom. how important is the student component. >> we always tell the kids, listen, you are a student athlete. and student comes first for a a reason. that's the message i mentor saying each and every week, that the kids are part of had this
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>> how big is it for these kids to have something to do after school competitive like football which i know they love >> i say let's get together and do some mentoring probably get two kids to show. now we say hey, let's get to go and do flag football and in the meantime we'll do mentoring, then we get the turn-out. >> let's come on in here, gentlemen. so i want to ask, what do you think you would be doing after school if you didn't have a program like this >> probably be somewhere studying, probably have a test every other week, probably be somewhere studying. most likely science probably. >> reporter: what do you think we're going to go see out here on the field coming up in this championship game >> we're going to go see aggression and discipline from both teams and it will be a really good game. >> reporte
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get ready. do you have a prediction for this game? >> we're going to win, i have a lot of respects for the falcons but we've been working hard so i think we'll pull it out. >> reporter: as much as i try to get these guys to trash talk, they're respectful and that's because of this man arrive and everything you're doing. good luck today, i love what you're doing, and yeah we're going to go see a championship going to be one of these two teams. >> love it. love it. that's great they're not trash talking. >> respectful, we like that. . >> thanks, brody. gwen is back with a full look to your forecast. >> fox 5 local news at 6:00 will be right back. be right back. pro-tip: chop all your veggies for the week at once.
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. it was a beautiful morning in prince george's county around the region. as the town of bowie welcomed fox 5 for this morning zip trip. erin all had a blast.dom and - check it out. ♪ ♪ >> i got on the train and i picked up students. say hi everybody. that's a lot of enthusiasm. i love it. you guys trust me to drive this train? >> yes >> well, i don't know if i would >> ok. o ok. >> reporter: five questions in what year did kernel william bowie paint a charter to construct a rail 39 southern maryland? the mayor is correct. the answer is
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he is correct >> tell me about your place here in bowie. you've had a lot of success here >> bowie is one of our premier restaurants, bowie is fantastic. we have a lot of customer, a lot of repeat customer. . >> reporter: you're sure you want me to do this? there you go, my first and ever experience face painting. michelle, you are? >> a brave, brave soul >> sweep it the base, side to side. >> wow. yes. >> these are my obsessions. >> i love it. i love it. >> my obsessions. i like that. >> how do you like me now? >> it's not my obsession. >> come on. let's go.
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>> you all go ahead. back to you >> they're have a good time on the morning show. wow. you can join the fun next week when our zip trip takes us to the georgetown waterfront. we'll be at the washington harbor next friday 6:00 until 11:00. tucker barnes, marathon umeh, tucker barnes and marina marraco all be out there. >> they may stop at the bars. >> it is nice to be outside though. >> it was perfect for them out there have not >> it's great right now. >> it is, if you're heading out maybe for an evening dinner or walk whatever. go for it. spend some time outside. and that's a beautiful shot there. you can see the sun, and few clouds. that's what we're talking about few clouds, not mostly cloudy, not 100% clear. but we will see clouds. so we're talking a mild night, comfortable with
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into the 60's. quick passing shower, north northeast, i can't rule it out 100 percent and that's because we have a little piece of energy or trough that could spark that. weekend temperature, headed to the mid 80's, but unsettled days in my forecast as well. so, as we begin with a look at satellite and radar, you can see things are pretty calm here, but here to the north is what i'm speaking about we have a trough, and that trough could possibly cause a shower or two, very isolated in nature. nothing big, a passing little sprinkle to move its way down and hit our area to the north and to the northeast. there's a kind of, you can see the direction it's coming. that is very possible before that, all said and done actually. as far as highs today, we're concerned, not bad. into the low 80's all three airports. we'll be hanging in the low 80's for tomorrow. warming up as we get into sunday. right now, 81 degrees at dc. 77 at gaithersburg. martinsberg,
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73 at winchester. south, 82 at fredericksberg, and we've got 79 at dulles. winds aren't too bad, light to breezy, depending on where you are, but moving in from the northwest and we're going to go see a change in that as well once we get into the weekend. the north easterly flow picking up at gaithersburg at twhe mines, 14, however, in the nation's capitol and 18 at baltimore, 13 at winchester. overnight lows into the low 50's as well as a couple of 60's here and there, 61 in dc, pretty mild and a little bit cool to the north northwest as we see, we got 49 in hagerstown and 53 at martinsberg. overall, no the bad and here's a look at national temperatures we're going to go see a change in our temperature trend as we start to get a southerly flow into the weekend. ad mid 80's by sunday. northwestern, light wind, overgh
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60's with partly cloudy skies. but things change for tomorrow as we start to warm up. can't rule out maybe a passing sprinkle, but overall not bad as we move into the low 80's, but by sunday we have a warm front to deal with. that frontal system could spark a thunderstorm but looks like if it does come, it will be late sunday, so most of your day will be just fine. by midday, 76 to 79 by 5:00. here's a look at daytime highs into the 80's, then it will be pleasant as i said and pretty much low humidity, that's a good sign, we only have to deal with that, if you're heading to the beaches, it will be warming up, 74 on saturday, chance of storms on sunday at 73, but weather temperature, warmer than it was. 61 and as we wrap it up under those partly cloudy skies, and tomorrow, pretty nice, 82 on the weather buffet, the seven-day foreca
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unsettled by monday, storms as i said on sunday late. and then tuesday, few showers and maybe a passing thunderstorm, we look pretty good by the time we get to thursday and friday. and temperatures cool down by hump day and back to the 80's. back to you.
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♪ ♪. you know you love at 5at630. let's get to it. more fall-out from the decision to drop out of the paris climate accord >> as you can see this is the hottest story at 6:30, but before we get to that. we want to start with the news that the trump administration asked the supreme court to allow the president's travel ban that blocks entry from six muslim majority countries to go into effect. it marks the first test of travel ban in the highest court. >> the administration made this move last night. here now to talk about what the next steps may be is bruce spine, conit


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