Email List

Watch Newscasts LIVETraffic Senior SegmentPay It ForwardRoad TrippinTailgate Party
Advertise with us!

Forecast    more >



 Our Labor Day started off with some extremely small pockets of rain for the coast this morning. Most areas should see a rain-free day, with a 30% coverage of showers in our forecast. Highs today will reach the lower 90's. More moisture leads to increased rain coverage for Tuesday. A 50% coverage of showers returns for Tuesday. Highs will ...


Washington Times

Search Results

The following is an archived video story. The text content of that video story is available below for reference. The original video has been deleted and is no longer available.

Obama says inaction in Syria will encourage future use of weapons of mass destruction

Speaking to the American people from the east room of the White House, president Barack Obama stressed that inaction in Syria will only encourage the future use of weapons of mass destruction.

"When dictators commit atrocities, they depend on the world to look the other way until those horrifying pictures fade from memory, but these things happened. The facts cannot be denied. The question now is what the united states of American and the international community is prepared to do about it," Obama said.

The president acknowledged that U.S. citizens are sick and tired of war.

He said targeted strikes in Syria would have a specific objective and would not involve troops on the ground, as with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Neither would it involve an extended air campaign, as in Libya or Kosovo.


Tonight on KFDM Channel 6

6:00 -
KFDM 6 evening news
6:30 -
8:00 -
48 Hours Mystery
10:00 -
KFDM 6 NEWS tonight

Complete Schedule »