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May 22, 2011 11:00pm EDT
fighter to take a title since george foreman took the heavy weight crown from michael moira. >>> salsbury in division 3, mens lacrosse, here in baltimore and the heat beat the bulls -- sorry, i lost the score, but they beat them by about seven. 34 points for chris bosh. the heat leads the series two games to one. >> still to come -- we'll tell >> still to come -- we'll tell you how much it we,,,, ú [ horns honking ] [ whistle blows ] [ male announcer ] can the network you live on handle the computers, tvs and technology you can't live without? ♪ verizon fios can. get the power and speed of america's largest 100% fiber optic network. verizon fios. a network ahead. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. a city that's been inspiring ideas and innovation since 1729. at bank of america, we live, work and help serve the community here through hundreds of branches and atms. every day, we're working to help set opportunity in motion. from supporting the university of maryland medical center... to the restoration of the hippodrome theater an
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Dec 9, 2011 11:00pm EST
thursday. >>> a year and day. that's how long the wife of a former prince georges county executive will spend in prison. leslie johnson was sentenced today for trying to cover up her husband's corruption. hellgren was in the courtroom. >> reporter: she rushed into court and left with a yond one year-one day prison sentence all for hiding hundreds of thousands of dollars, her husband former executive jack johnson extorted from developers. >> oh, okay, okay. thank you. >> reporter: here he is taking a bribe on camera. the case against mrs. johnson was largely based on this wiretap made has the fbi raided her home. >> what do you want me to do with this money? they are banging? what do you want me to do? >> put it in your panties and walk out of the house. >> johnson told the judge i am extremely sorry and ashamed of my conduct. i take full responsibility for my actions on that day. dy not know anything about the -- i did not know anything about the criminal conduct my husband engaged in. the judge did not buy that saying are you not an innocent spouse. are you a complicity spouse. yo
CBS
Feb 9, 2010 11:00pm EST
popular models. >>> george w bush with the tag line i miss me yet? who's behind this ad. >>> i'll have the latest and how much we're going to see, and how long it's going to stick around, stay with us. ,,,, [ male announcer ] for over 50 years, providing you with safe, reliable, high-quality vehicles has been our first priority. ♪ in recent days, our company hasn't been living up to the standards that you've come to expect from us or that we expect from ourselves. that's why 172,000 toyota and dealership employees are dedicated to making things right we have a fix for our recalls. we stopped production so we could focus on our customers' cars first. and technicians are making repairs. we're working around the clock to ensure we build vehicles of the highest quality... to restore your faith... in our company. for more information visit toyota.com. >>> it is 28 degrees and snowing in central maryland right now. we're right in the middle of yet another major snowstorm here in maryland. there is concern all of this snow is going to start causing some big problems. mary bubala explains wh
CBS
Mar 14, 2012 11:00pm EDT
video surveillance of sunday's attack that could be key to the investigation. >> actor george clooney was on capitol hill today telling what he saw. >> the same three men -- these are innocent men, women and children. that is a fact. >> clooney believes without aid a quarter of a million people could face famine by next month. >>> a surprising trend at retail stores in maryland and across america. tide laundry detergent is being stolen and sold on the market for profit. >> reporter: containers of tide detergent are flying off shelves. some of it being stolen. this is a surveillance video. patrick in minnesota pleaded guilty to stealing as much as 6,000 dollars worth of detergent from wal-mart. why tide? between 8 and $20 a bottle a full cart like this is worth hundreds. it can be sold forless -- for less than retail and some are selling it for drugs. >> they realize they can have you go steal something and get your $10 or tell you i want five bottles of tide instead. then they can turn around and give them to me and i take them to the dirty store down the road and sale them fo
CBS
Apr 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
is. >>> all eyes remain in the florida jail where george zimmerman is locked up. he is charged with murdering 17-year-old trayvon martin. his attorney is working to secure money for bail and a safe place for him to stay. on friday a judge set bail at $150,000. zimmerman will be required to wear a gps tracker. >>> a marine is dead after a fight in washington dc. the main suspect is a brother in arms. >> oh, my god, that's sad. >> certain ly an unlikely, unexpected place for a homicide. >> it was a fatal stabbing. the victim had passed, that is university. unfortunate -- unfortunate. >> residents and the marines barks near by. >> i'm sad to here it. >> are in stun disbelief to hear the victims and the accused killer are marines. >> it's shocking to hear. know ing knowing that sense of family they have, it's shocking. >> to two marines, phillip bush and 20-year-old michael poth got into a street fight around 2:30 saturday morning. bush was fatality stabbed. >> two fellow marines. it's unfortunate that one of them killed another one. >> a defense official says marine guards subdued both
CBS
Sep 27, 2009 11:00pm EDT
pretty intense moments in prince george's county after businesses were evacuated because of a gas leak. fire officials responded to pen mar shopping center around 1:00 this afternoon. there was no blast but earlier this year it was a very different story here. >> we were probably extremely close to having another devastating event. >> i don't think it's a shopping center itself. i think it's the infrastructure that services the shopping center. >> and they say this because this amazing video here back in may when the same strip mall was the scene of a gas explosion that injured nine firefighters. the blast also destroyed several of the businesses. >>> an early morning fire claims the life of a woman maine baltimore county. it broke out in the 9,000 block of deviation road. that's here in white marsh. investigators say a woman, believed to be in her 50s, perished in this blaze. tonight the cause of that fire is unknown. meanwhile, in chesapeake city, seven horses are dead after a fire breaks out at an equestrian center. it took firefighters 45 minutes to put out what was called a t
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Sep 30, 2013 11:00pm EDT
george mason university with guards john wall and bradley beall both healthy. some are picking them to be a playoff team. washington plays a preseason game against carmelo anthony and the new york knicks here in baltimore october 17th. the terps are practicing already, too. seasons change. >> thank you, mark. >>> still to come in eyewitness news. [ cheering ] >> zipping through your wedding day.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a north carolina couple wanted to add a little zip or should i say zip line to their wedding ceremony. [ cheers ] >> there they are. loren and ben. they're going to use a zip line to get to the altar. however the gizmo got stuck but the couple persevered. they pulled themselves across. even with the little hitch they said everything was perfect as they zipped along into wedded man: at that moment, it hit me -- this is why i joined the guard. i couldn't believe it. i just saved a life. somebody from my hometown. announcer: be there for your community, at nationalguard.com. a pediatrician.ands of a surgeon. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are devel
CBS
Jun 3, 2012 11:00pm EDT
teenager trayvon martin is back behind bars tonight. randall pinkston reports from sanford that george zimmerman turned himself in this afternoon. >> reporter: shortly before 2:00 p.m., george zimmerman walked back into police custody ordered by a judge to turn himself in. zimmerman accused in the shooting death of 17 year old trayvon martin earlier this year was in hiding with his family in april after posting bail $450,000. zimmerman attorney mark o'mara. >> he's worried about his family, wife, everybody in hiding because of the enormous anger and frustration and hatred from this case. >> they believe he and his wife shellly lied about their bail. >> he came back to obtain the benefits of a lower bond for circumstances based upon those material falsehoods. >> to my knowledge -- >> at the bond hearing in april, shelly said they had illegal ones. o'mara said the judge may not agree the a new bail hearing. >> it's a credibility question. now the credibility has been attacked. he has to rehabilitate it and that's up to him. >> reporter: he plans to file far new bond hearing. randall pink
CBS
Jun 14, 2010 11:00pm EDT
george's officer but the case was dropped. >>> police are investigating the murder of a census worker in southeast baltimore. 23-year-old spencer williams was shot in his car last week. it then crashed into a street sign. police say they don't believe that his killing was connected to his job, but he was killed on the job. >>> the president is seeing firsthand the impact from the worse oil spill in the nation's history. we look under water at the still leaking well. british petroleum hopes to capture more of the leaking oil as the company moves a new rig into place. terrell brown reports from alabama. >> reporter: president obama got up close and personal with the oil catastrophe in the gulf of mexico monday. on his fourth trip to the region. >> we are going to do everything we can 24/7 to make sure the communities get back on their feet. in the end, i am confident that we are going to be able to leave the gulf coast in better shape than it was before. >> reporter: the rosy position, came after spending the day with local politicians and folks trying to save their gulf. at a me
CBS
Jan 14, 2011 11:00pm EST
call from prince george's schools informing him schools were opening late because of the snow. and titus said he already knew that, and he was thinking. >> maybe they are treating me the way they would have me treat them. maybe they are following the golden rule. if they can send a robo call, maybe i can too. >> reporter: this is the robo call he sent the school superintendent and members of the school board at 4:30 a.m. >> they do a good job, it's not like we're out to get revenge on them. we're just, hey guys that was really dumb. >> reporter: for now aaron titus says he's planning to put his phone on do not disturb for the next few nights. >> reporter: the prince george's school district says the call should not have been placed at 4:30 a.m. that was a mistake and they said it will never happen again. >> or else. >>> a scare for justin beiber. the heartthrob rushed to the hospital. just minutes away we'll tell you what happened. >>> a fiery highway crash and you will not believe the chain of events caught on tape. >>> do you check your horoscope today? if you did you probably re
CBS
Nov 1, 2010 11:00pm EDT
their friends to get out and vote tomorrow. from democrats in prince georges county. >> the only great governor in the state of maryland. [applause]. >> reporter: to republicans in baltimore county, the race of two governs is not slowing down with less than 24 hours to go. >> and we have a lot of volunteers working on phone banks. we have a lot of people going door to door, not just in the city but in baltimore county, prince georges, montgomery, we're hoping for a turnout everywhere. >> it's not a predictor of how you vote, republicans do win races here so the key to this race as it was from day 1 when you guys asked me 9 months ago right outside this building is cross over democrats coming over to erlich and we feel good about that. >> reporter: polls show o'malley ahead by 10% and neither candidate is letting up on his opponent. >> we've had to endure a lot of stuff in this campaign, crazy negative ads from march. on our radio show, that was crazy. >> it's about who's on your side. in the last four years, anthony and i have been on your side in a big way, taking on banks and mortgag
CBS
Apr 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
for george zimmerman. >>> i'm vic carter, here's what people are talking about tonight. george zimmerman explains why he pulled the trigger on trayvon martin. in the courtroom with wjz. >> reporter: took the witness stand to make his first public statement about shooting trayvon martin to death. an apology to martin's parents. >> i wanted to say i am sorry for the loss of your son. i did not know if he was armed or not. >> reporter: referencing to being in an age close to own contradicts what he said in february. >> how old would you say he was? >> reporter: undermines that zimmerman was the aggressor. >> you never started the fight? >> no. >> reporter: bail conditions require zimmerman to report to authorities every three days and to wear an ankle bracelet with gps that can monitor his every move. the attorney for martin's parents say they're outraged. >> zimmerman's parents only have to put up $15,000 and would give their lives to get trayvon back. >> reporter: asking the client awaits trial out of state. >> there are a lot of angry or high emotions that exist and i'm just --
CBS
May 24, 2011 11:00pm EDT
inside the school that they say the principal knew about it. a prince george's county family has filed a $2 million lawsuit. after their fifth grade son was they say sexually abused repeatedly by another boy in his class. >> it's sad and ugly. but it happens a lot. >> reporter: the predator was bullying the victim who is called jd in the document. by making sexually explicit comments, then he exposed his genital, placing jd's hands on them several times a day and sent sexually explicit texts and messages to jd's home. and he forced him to commit sexual acts in the bathroom and classroom. the family says the school knew about it, the boys were placed in the same fifth grade class last year. >> i don't really understand why, it baffled my mind. but just ignored the parents completely. >> we have to be on the look out for these things so that if other children are displaying actions we need to intervene sooner rather than later before another child gets hurt. >>> rosen says a change in behavior or a child speaking up should be taken seriously especially by educators. >> maryland staff, te
CBS
Oct 14, 2009 11:00pm EDT
investigating what led to the collision. >>> a horrible accident on the george washington parkway leaves the familiar lave young baltimore county woman grieving. tonight derek valcourt speaks with the victim's brother. >> reporter: 22-year-old ashley roberta died tuesday morning when the suv she was riding in crashed on the george washington memorial parkway in virginia. the suv was ripped into two pieces taking two tow trucks to haul it away. news heart breaking to her family including her younger brother 18-year-old michael roberta. >> i can't believe it, still, you know. she is great girl she was a great girl. >> reporter: ashley was a graduate of the university of maryland who planned on attending law school and graduated from mercy high school and has many friends in the baltimore area. >> she is like real confident. every job she went for she got it and she had a bunchch friends and was hilarious and is beautiful you know. she was a beautiful girl. >> reporter: another passenger in the suv u.s. national team soccer star charlie davies who was in the washington, d.c. yeah in
CBS
Dec 12, 2009 11:00pm EST
-salem state. home of earl the pearl. in college park on december 22nd, elsewhere, george washington colonial, josh brown can't get it to go down. his teammate goes up strong. later, sean polk from outside the ark. the colonials with help from joseph. it was a whirling dervish. george washington wins 73-69. morgan was the winner today. coppin losing to virginia and marymount wins. >> thank you, stan. still to come, sweet tooth get into the holiday spirit. >>> an artist in illinois decides to create his own industry, completely out of a unique material. it is made entirely of recycled glass. the artist says it took him just one week to create the 20 foot holiday treasure. the glass is melted down then molded to the tree. all of the glass with a was donated by residents and businesses. >>> culinary students in texas come together not to show off their baking skills so much but their building skills. students competed to see who could make the best village out of ginger bread and candy. the colorful houses are made from gumdrops, frosting and of course, gingerbread. many students did sa
CBS
Jan 24, 2011 11:00pm EST
george's county s.w.a.t. team broke into custom's house. custom and his mother interrogated them for hours and killed his two labs. >> it's not good law enforcement, not invest investigating things. to rush in with s.w.a.t. and make s.w.a.t. your investigation. >> reporter: law enforcement refused to apologize at the time. >> our investigators went in and showed both restraint and compassion. >> by settling we are able to be more precise in getting good reforms. had we gone to court, we may have in fact, gotten more money at the end of the day, but i don't think prince george's county would have gotten anything for it. >> reporter: with the new administration he's legally demanding change for the treatment of animals, no nonsense warrants and the s.w.a.t. team. he is looking into department practices. reporting live, kelly mcpherson, eyewitness news. >> thank you, kelly. the settlement will be finalized by the end of february. >>> tomorrow president obama makes his state of the union address and they're looking to break lines. i will lead complete coverage from washington for tom
CBS
Mar 8, 2011 11:00pm EST
president george bush lived on south charles street for two years before moving to new york. >>> a talented baltimore city class has gone viral. students created a rap song about msa tests to make sure their classmates do their bests. weijia jiang has more on the internet sensation. >> reporter: at george washington elementary on baltimore. >> use part of the story on your answer. >> reporter: every morning mr. mccross delivers a message over the intercom system. and the song is going viral. in 2008, a state investigation found the school's msa booklets were extensively tampered, to get past the scannal, he asked the teacher to come up with this music. >> i knew in baltimore we like rap music, i chose the most popular song at the time. >> reporter: through the tune of black and yellow, the students rap about getting got sleep and breakfast. >> it feels like you wrote a famous song. >> reporter: the principal says the colleagues from across the state are calling and asking her for the school's version of the song so they can learn it too. >> students have three days of msa testing l
CBS
Jun 19, 2010 11:00pm EDT
a prince george's county restaurant last week. brown's incredible legacy touched many people. >> reporter: it was said at his funeral that he knew law enforcement alone was not enough to solve crime. on his own time, he formed a mentoring group for young people. ♪ [music] ♪ those who knew the slain trooper said he gave back to his community. wesley brown's life is celebrated, though he died a violent death. >> he did more with 24 years than some people do with 60. . he changed so many lives so fast. >> reporter: he was shot last week working a second security job at applebee's restaurant. an angry patron removed by brown came back and shot him. hundreds of police officers honored the trooper. >> i was not privileged enough to have gotten to know wesley brown in life, but i wish i had. through his actions, service, and good works, he embodied all of the goodness. >> reporter: at 21, brown formed a mentoring group to give support and friendship to younger men. >> wesley introduced me to some of the most amazing people i could meet. now i have a family here. i am no longer a
CBS
Jul 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, we will take action. >> reporter: prescott made threatening phone calls in prince george's county saying, i'm a joker, i'm going to load my guns. it set off an alarm bell for police following the theater massacre in colorado. police came to talk to him and he answered the door in a very disturbing t-shirt. >> the individual was wearing a t-shirt that said "guns don't kill people. i do." >> reporter: they had a search warrant at his apartment and the neighbors evacuated, finding 25 weapons including semiautomatic weapons and rifles. >> i think we were surprised by the weapons in the residence. >> reporter: he was fired from his job when he threatened the mass shooting. >> we thwarted serious violence that could have taken lives. >> reporter: they've taken prescott without incident. they're considering filing state and federal charges against prescott. he's in the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. i'm meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you, meghan. the only other thing they found was a speeding ticket. >> complete coverage continues now with jessica kartalija and r
CBS
Dec 21, 2010 11:00pm EST
superintendent george johnson says the citation was issued because there were no flotation devices on the raft. >> they could have grabbed the boat and said, no, take it and you go to jail. they saw it do it multiple times. >> reporter: reporting in annapolis tonight, weijia jiang. >> the men are scheduled to appear in court in february. >>> oriole star nick markakis and his wife christina spread holiday cheer to one family. they treated jaquelin baasset and her children to a shopping spree at target. >>> ravens cheer leaders along with quarterback joe flacco made a surprise appearance. fans were enthusiastic after sunday's win. he also talked about bridging holiday joy to people facing a difficult time. >> it's nice to see these people just come in here and see them before christmas and give them a little hope and you know it's just nice during the holiday to come see some people. >> reporter: there was more ravens holiday cheer, ray rice and other players hosted a christmas party for children. ravens players held several events. they are everywhere aren't they. >> that's great. it gives you
CBS
Feb 10, 2012 11:00pm EST
: leaving the courtroom in tears today. former university of virginia player george admitted he wrestled with and shoved yardly love but never punched or strangled her. this played for jurors inside the district court. the footage was recorded hours after the body was discovered in may of 2010. hooley talked to police about the on again, off again relationship but didn't inflict lethal injury. told her, quote, she's dead. the expletive, is she dead? because you killed her. she responded, she's dead? she's dead? she's dead? how? how? how? i didn't even expletive hit her. sobbed as that tape was playing. showing jurors a giant hole that allegedly kicked through to get in the room the night she died. the police testified that he quickly changed from a person of interest in the murder to primary suspect because of bruised knuckles and a fresh cut on his arm. jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >>> stay with wjz as this murder trial continues. we'll bring you the latest from the courtroom on tv and online on wjz.com. >>> baltimore police back down. a new rule means officers cannot stop ci
CBS
Feb 13, 2010 11:15pm EST
coverage in a minute, but first we have breaking news out of prinz george's county, where maryland state many police have issued an amber alert for 11- year-old karina garcia, 4- feet,10 inches tall. and in the company of elmer velaya. he is described as degree 5'5", 175 pounds with bashed wire tattoos and the letter "z" on his ring finger. was last seen operating a flat- bed trailer with virginia tags. anyone spotting velaya are asked to call 911 immediately. >>> baltimore city is just one of many areas where residents are getting pretty fed up. this is the scene in east baltimore tonight where traffic was clogged due to a lack of clear roadways. suzanne collins with more from the director of city's snow removal effort. >> reporter: the city says it takes special equipment to plow the neighborhood streets, that they have 250 contractors, but that doesn't make the people who are still trapped in baltimore very happy. even walking down the mill of some city streets is very difficult and for cars to pass, it's still impossible. the 5400 block in pimlico is piled high and not plowed a
CBS
Mar 15, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. former prince george's -- jack johnson ended his term on the shadow of an fbi raid and indictment when he said i'm innocent of the charges. tuesday he struck to the -- >> i don't even recognize the person that's being charged in these indictments. >> reporter: the feds have more than a year's worth of wiretap conversations, but it's the recorded call between johnson and his wife leslie, a new council member, that caught the attention. johnson asked his wife about a $100,000 check that agents say was a bribe payment from a developer. she says over the phone, do you want me to put it down the toilet. he says, yes, flush that. and leslie johnson stuck nearly $80,000 cash into her bra. >> we know they've had a five or six year head start on us. we're going to attack the wiretaps and all of the information. >> i'm just flabbergasted. >>> an officer and accomplice are facing new charges this week. they were named in the corruption probe, but now they face extortion. they're linked to the owners of a liquor store chain. they transported -- from virginia tax freebie paying off police officers. th
CBS
Mar 6, 2011 11:00pm EST
man tried to steal a truck but when two workers tried to stop him, carter ran them down. george michael or marshal was killed in the accident, crushed by the vehicle. another man remains hospitalized tonight. >>> a special tribute to yardly love. the university of virginia woman retired love's number one jersey. it's been ten months since the student athlete was found dead in her apartment near campus. this season, the lacrosse team also put love's initials on their uniforms and on a flagflying at each home game. >> it was a very public moment for yardly and our team but we've had many private moments as well. we keep yardly in our hearts and minds and the love family is certainly right there with her. >> it was uplifting. honoring her in that way was great. looking up there and knowing the flag with her name is there, helping us bond. >> george hugely is accused of killing her. he is still waiting to go on trial. >>> the man accused of being the east coast rapist will make his first appearance tomorrow in court. dna evidence links him to attacks in several states, including mar
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Jan 24, 2013 11:00pm EST
george bernard shaw, i believe, but she always said stealing was all right as long as you stole from the best. do you have anything from edinburgh? yeah, emma golding took two productions to the festival-- a modern-dress version of timon of athens, reset in beirut, and a new play by phil beaumont. the lad who dropped out? let me show you. it was called the road to nowhere. what was that about? no idea, and i did see it. but what amanda wrote was, "we were promised a cross between harold pinter "and john osborne; "what we were given was a cross between harold steptoe and sharon osbourne." i bet that went down well with the troops. she also had a good nose for dirt. she used to write an anonymous column called "gossip from the forest." this was her finest hour. "all is not well with one of oxford's dream couples. "we hear that the police were called to a domestic incident "involving two of our most eminent academics. "who, we wonder, will get custody of the spade?" the spade? as in archaeology? this is professor gregson and professor alderson? yeah. apparently amanda also said last nig
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Mar 31, 2010 11:00pm EDT
way into prince george's county. they crashed behind me and four officers were hurt in that wreck. two men and a 14-year-old male have been arrested and charged with murder. the multiple crime scenes are an example of how violence can quickly spread. >> in the end if this comes out to be some sort of gang retaliation, shame on all of us. >> reporter: the adult suspects a 26-year-old nathanal similars and 20-year-old orlando carter. right now the juvenile is not being named, police are looking for more suspects, back to you. >>> dc police officers said they saw the suspects throw an ak37 from the fleeing van. >>> pleaded guilty to stealing $100,000 worth of diesel fuel from the city. reportedly stole it and then resold it. the city may have lost up to one million dollars in the scheme. >>> it's an effort that's considered vital to this state and the city. making sure that everyone is counted for the 2010 census. it's a matter that has a major financial impact for maryland. kelly mcpherson explains the new actions being made by city and county leaders. kelly. >> reporter: vic, this is th
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Feb 23, 2013 11:00pm EST
one of these girls, you are asked to call baltimore police. >>> a deadly fire in prince georges county claims one more life. an 11-year-old girl has died as a result of her injuries. the father and two zrs died at the scene. deja price had no put when she was pulled from the home, but was revived and then died last night. >>> now to vatican city where pope benedict thanks members of the vatican's central administration for their support before he leaves office. he spoke with a group of personnel, some privately, and then tomorrow, pope benedict will hold his last sunday blessing. here in ballet bhoash local parishioners held a mass in honor of the 85-year-old. >> reporter: a mass of thanksgiving. catholics say good-bye to pope benedict xvi. >> we want to pray for him. >> reporter: hundreds packed the pews for huh this historic service. it's the first time living pope has retired since 1415. >> it's a great act to step aside on behalf of the great needs of the church. it speak thoises great humanity and love of us. >> reporter: parishioners expressed their favoring opinions of the pope.
CBS
May 2, 2011 11:00pm EDT
prince george's county maryland caught on video. the record set last week was more than double the previous record set back in 1974. >>> fists fly, knives were drawn at a family carnival. two people were stabbed and cameras were rolling. wjz was live where it happened near the square mall. the changes the carnal is not making, kelly mcpherson has the story. >> reporter: this carnival has been here at the parking lot for five years. and now owners have to step up security after two people were stabbed. thousands of young men are beating on, hitting on and even stomping on each other. the melee forced the family event to shut down. >> it depends on what time of day. if you go early, you take the little kids to go to the ride. in the evening it's an outlet for teenagers. >> it looked like they were throwing things and fighting all over the place. i saw the police came and maced everybody. that's sad when you can't even take your family out and enjoy a nice carnival. >> reporter: in the end two young men were stabbed. four arrested. >> at this time, our investigators continue to work o
CBS
Jan 18, 2010 11:00pm EST
you hope for haiti, a global commercial free telethon posted by george clooney and anderson cooper. there will be celebrity appearances and performances. you can see it here live friday beginning at 8 p.m. >>>now to the developing story from the brooklyn area of baltimore. tonight city police are searching for an 8-year-old boy who disappeared around 1 this afternoon. police say tonto goode was headed to a store when he disappeared. he is new to the area and may not know his home address. if you have any information or think you've seen him call 911. >>>it's taken seven months, but tonight baltimore county police say they've arrested the man who lost control of his car at a street race, killing two people. adam maize spent the day with investigators. >>reporter: souped up cars, high speeds and big crowds. a deadly recipe for illegal street races. last july on i-70 a chevy impala driven by rayburn veered out of control. it left mary catherine of columbia and 20-year-old jonathan henned son dead. >>rayburn was involved in this crash on i-70. he was traveling westbound on the intersta
CBS
Oct 28, 2009 11:00pm EDT
the 9th >>> philadelphia's basketball team not so fortunate in its season opener under eddy george, formerly of the wizards. the magic opened up with a whooping. vince carter had a nice debut as well on the receiving end of a lobbed pass. he gets 2 of his 15. or lane dough rolls over the 76ers in the opener for both teams. home opener for paul pierce and the boston celtics. he points to the 16 banners suggesting they might want to add another one this year. if they can play charlotte every night, that would be a cinch for them. rasheed wallace hit a three. he had three of those. the final score is not a misprint. boston 92, charlotte 59. that is the lowest score for the bobcats. >> thank you, mark. >>> one city in our region has been ♪ ♪ tell me who's watching. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ (announcer) it's right here. it's easy. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. and rancher's reserve beef, guaranteed tender 100% of the time. at safeway, we now promise something new. something big. a commitment
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May 28, 2011 11:00pm EDT
on may 25th in oxon hill, maryland and prince george's county. >> reporter: giving residents back the peaceful life they enjoy. >> you never expect anything like that to happen in your area. hopefully it won't happen again. >> reporter: andrea fujii, wjz "eyewitness news." >> we checked in tonight. car mikele is being held in the baltimore county detention center without bail. >>> a fight over free speech is heating up at the inner harbor. >> leave off the property right now. >> i don't have to leave. >> leave now. >> this home video he was taken when a baltimore city police officer trying to arrest him as he was handing out pamphlets promoting vegetarianism last weekend when the officer stopped him. friedrich says he was standing on the bridge between the aquarium and power plant and thinks the whole inyou are hearer is public property but it is actual little a private area, officials tell us. >> i think they violated the constitution and their charge as ambassadors of baltimore. they did very bad stuff, and i dread to think how they deal with people when they don't have a video
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Aug 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: prince george's county will get 20.9. baltimore county 15.4, anne arundel county 6.1 and hartford county $6.6 million skr-z fantastic news, it's a gift for the opening of schools. it's tremendous for maryland. tremendous for the city, it's a reflection of a lot of hard work by a lot of people. >> because of these dollars from the obama administration we are going to be able to make investments very quickly in recruiting great leaders and great principals to some of our hardest to teach areas. >> reporter: maryland toughened standards to focus on low performing schools. >> no child is going to have to attend a failing school by accident of the zip code where that child lives. so the tolerance for any continuing low performing schools just will not exist. and we're going to set new standards for our teachers and for our principals. >> reporter: students will see changes this year. they'll be exposed to international curriculum and she says it'll be more rigorous for students. back to you. >> the awards range from $75 million -- from $7.5 million for rhode island and $75 mil
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Jul 7, 2010 11:00pm EDT
: george hugely, also a lacrosse player has been charged with murder. thursday a virginia judge will unseal charging documents revealing to the public what evidence led police to her boyfriend. >> because this is such a high profile case it possibly added to their desire. >> reporter: an autopsy report says love died with blunt force trauma to her head. left her in a pool of blood on her bed. reported that police found a bloody shirt in his apartment. >> she was just a sweet heart. her family was amazing. >> reporter: hugely says he did not mean to kill love. >> we are confident that ms. love's death was not intended. >> reporter: her mother still lives in the area. legal experts say that the family could influence if the death penalty is active. >> sometimes the prosecutors will defer to the family. if you have got a case that could go either way and the family is pushing for the death penalty maybe that pushes it over the line. >> reporter: hugely was arrested just hours after this murder. reporting live, kelly mcpherson. >>> thank you. the judge is unsealing the documents two mont
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Feb 16, 2013 11:00pm EST
lacrosse player george huguely's request for a trial. he claims he was denied the right to his chosen lawyer and a fair and impartial jury. those are the grounds they say he's petitioning for a new trial. he's serving 20 years in prison for the may 2010 of his ex- girlfriend yeardley love. >>> baltimore county police remain confused over an unidentified body found more than a year ago. that man was found in the waters near middle river. tim williams reports how new technology could possibly solve this mystery. >> this is the emergency that has taken walt -- image that has taken baltimore police a year to create and they don't know the identity. >> we're not sure what happened to him. we don't have any idea who he is. he is someone's family, and every human being deserves the dignity of being buried with a name. >> this image is from a skull reconstruction. he was found in the waters of back river on september 8th, 2011, the location just under the bridge at interstate 695. when officers found the body it was badly decomposed. a witness told police it was not there earlier that
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Feb 25, 2012 11:00pm EST
is headed to here in maryland. this is a look outside the prince george's county plaza in hyattsville days before the shoe went on sale yesterday morning. >>> black history month ends in a couple of days and that's still enough time to celebrate african-american heroes especially those from maryland. today, the state eaft largest african-american museum opened their doors for free. >> reporter: much of maryland's african-american history sits in the halls of the museum in baltimore city. this weekend, it's celebrating black history month and offered visitors a chance to learn something new. >> i was just taking a look at the exhibit here with mccreedy who was a nurse and thought about my own mom who is a nurse. >> reporter: inside the museum's atrium and theater, visitors got a chance to learn about community service organizationsment for others like jason taylor, he wanted a tour of the three galleries for his boys. >> they have to see a lot of different things and be exposed to everything that they can possibly be exposed to i feel. >> reporter: the admission was waved t
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Jan 3, 2013 11:00pm EST
balcony of her hotel room overlooking the bay at st. george. she got into a private airplane, and she flew to venezuela with me. now she's poised to spring again, pantherlike onto the world of rock and roll and devour it. and those who survived are set to make a great deal of money. some of them. those who remained faithful. may i also ask you, sir, if you've recently come into contact with a person widely known as the bone? god, is he still going? no, sir. he too has been murdered. innocent: who did this? that's what we're trying to establish, ma'am. the deaths... i'm not talking about deaths. i'm talking about the press. the chief constable is endeavoring to present rural oxfordshire as a haven of respectability and safety and this, lewis, is not what is required. what was that? i didn't speak, ma'am. you didn't, and i heard you not doing it. who is that richie's got his arms round? "unknown family friend"? i think it's an unknown friend of the family, ma'am. out, both of you. i want frolicking bloody baa-lambs on the front page of my newspaper. see to it. ma'am. i made a considerab
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Jul 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
-year-old man on a bike went into cardiac arrest in prince george's county and died. doctors say it appeared to be the heat. >> about 11:30 this morning, three friends were riding bicycles, and they were coming down this roadway. one of the bicyclists went off the roadway and struck a tree. >> reporter: an emergency room physician at st. joe's says he's also seen men come in after exercising in intense heat with heat stroke and exhaustion. >> he's not sweating, he's feeling nauseous, feeling light headed and may even have hallucinations and not feel well. >> reporter: vicky is mowing in the heat but is taking precautions. >> i drink water, take lots of breaks and go sit under the shade. >> reporter: there is say breeze outside but health officials warn if you are staying inside your home and there is no air conditioning, it can be dangerous, especially for the elderly. most of the people who died were in that situation. most of those people also had underlying health problems. >> somebody who doesn't have air conditioning are particularly at risk for getting dehydration, having heat
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Mar 17, 2012 12:00am EDT
did to earn a trip to jail. >>> i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about. george clooney is out of jail. what he did to land behind bars. >> reporter: clooney is one of several people arrested during a peaceful protest outside the sudanese embassy. [ crowd noise ] >> reporter: police cuffed him and took him away in a secret service van. the actor trying to draw attention to crimes happening in sudan. clooney along with his father and other act #1ri69s were #r5e69ed -- activists were arrested when they crossed a police line. >> immediately we need humanitarian aid to be allowed into the sudan before it becomes the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. immediately. the second thing we are here to ask is a very simple thing. is that the government in car tomb to stand randomly killing its own minute men, women, and children. >> reporter: demonstrators blocked the steps to the sudanese embassy to symbolize the country's block of food and other aid. they joined the a-list protest to put pressure on the sudanese government. >> do everything possible, keep ourselves al
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Mar 26, 2011 12:00am EDT
shooters got going because he never doubled sullinger. that's what happened when they played george mason. they didn't stop either. calipari said if sullinger can get 40, we're not losing. take your hat off to john calipari. kenny: the reason i kept flip-flopping and at the end went with kentucky, to play a perfect game you have to play a perfect lineup. the only way was to have a guy who could play sullinger somewhat one-on-one, which was sullinger and then you have to have perimeter people who can beat you off the dribble. they had it with knight and jones. they had it at all positions. the only way you can play a perfect game is you have to have the personnel to do it. this was the perfect personnel for an upset if you were looking at ohio state. no one else in the country, maybe not. i said before, you always toews go -- face your nemesis in the tournament. greg a.: it's interesting. jared sullinger was probably the best talent on the floor. but the two best players in the game were josh harrellson and deandre liggins. brandon knight hit the game winner, which was huge. and give
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Apr 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
homes or water. >>> george zimmerman charged with shooting trayvon martin is out of jail. zimmerman's family fears for his safety. >> reporter: he walked out of a jail wearing a bullet proof vest. police no longer guard him. >> now the concern is that he's out, he's out and he's exposed. >> reporter: his client may go out of state to protect himself. supporters have volunteered to help guard him. >> we've had a lot of offers. we're going to do everything we can to keep him safe and secure. >> reporter: he claims he shot martin in self-defense. prosecutors believe he's guilty of second degree murder. to make bail, he had to put up 10% of the bond or $15,000. meanwhile, florida's police chief tried to resign late today in response to intense criticism over the decision to not arrest zimmerman right away. commissioners won't let him step down. >> he's paying for the sins of police officers. >> it could be months before we see zimmerman again. the next major hearing isn't until this summer. >>> a man risks his life to save some children from a dog attack in washington, d.c. take a look at
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Jul 26, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the house. but in prince george's county a fallen tree did crash this mini van killing one woman. >> i was told that a tree fell down as the car was coming through. >> medics had to rush a second woman inside a mini van to the hospital. many boaters also caught by surprise. d & r police blame the storm for the death of a 63-year-old jet skier. and at the coast guard, they took 37 distressed call. dispatching rescue crews to help a total of 37 people out in the water. >> we had many that were very stressed out. were have worried about their seupgs. -- situation. we had reports that some were taking on water. >> reporter: fallen trees did more than just damage property. the fallen trees snapped power poles and even communication lines. derek valcourt. >>> a total of 129,000 pet cocustomers are still in the dark. >>> it is considered one of the largest leaks of classified documents ever. a federal investigation is under way into the posting of 76,000 secret military reports. the 76,000 documents were posted to a website called wikileak.org. the white house is calling the leaked docu
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Mar 28, 2011 11:00pm EDT
specialist spent 163 days off the planet earth. he grew up in french george's county. a distinguished career in the army led him to become an astronaut. he returned to the area to share his love of space. >> it is so overwhelmingly. >> reporter: he gives his post shuttle outlook. >> president obama tells us we're going to go in an asteroid to mars. so it's going to have to take a multiperson crew someplace. >> reporter: colonel says once the shuttle program ends and until there's a new program developed the united states will have to rely on russia for travel. >>> how sick is an elephant's hide. it better be thick enough to protect it from cold air. announcing with their mere presence that the circus is in town. they stopped at the first mariner arena for the circus' 200th appearance. they are going to -- >>> women versus wal-mart, why a group of employees is taking the discount giant all the way to the supreme court. >>> the basketball team may not be in the big dance but they are still coming out winners. >>> busted gambling and winning on taxpayer time. why the mayor is actually pl
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May 16, 2010 11:00pm EDT
another college student from maryland is dead tonight after falling from his dormitory window. george washington university announced the death of taylor hubbard to a shocked audience at today's commencement. friends who knew him said he was a quiet, hard working student. >> it doesn't seem that he's the type of person to get in accidents like that. >> i always checked the windows to see how they were, it's a pretty old window so it could have been an accident. >> reporter: campus police are investigating that accident. >>> tonight investigators believe they know where a fire started in a home but they are still trying to figure out where it started. derek valcourt has the story. >> reporter: investigators are hoping the mother can give insight on how the fire started. her injuries are so severe, that investigators haven't been able to talk to her yet. >> reporter: in the town of northeast and cecil county, some parents are holding their children just a little bit closer. many of them brokenhearted by the news that firefighters pulled the bodies of three small children ages ranging fr
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Feb 1, 2010 11:00pm EST
deadly race two years ago in the accokeek prince georges county. today, 20-year-old tavon taylor's trial again. police say he did not strike any victims but was racing. his attorney says he wasn't racing. if convicted he could face up to 80 years in prison. >>> a popular local dine ser facing a multi million dollar lawsuit arrest a -- after a former waitress says she was sexually harassed by a former manager. >> the allegations against the double. t diner in pasadena are spelled out in the lawsuit which asks for millions of dollars in kensation for a waitress who says she was repeatedly sexually harassed by the owner's son who worked there. >> these are very extreme allegations. >> attorney kathleen kay hill represents the waitress who filed charges against the owner's son, spyros korologos, alleging his verbal harassment turned to sexual harassment. the charges led to assault and fourth degree sexual convictions. >> once it led to the point of the sexual assault, she could obviously not work in those conditions and was force to do resign. >> this is not the first time the double t
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Jul 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
joplin, missouri and george and devin showed up for a sip with a $10,000 check in hand. the paving company owner says he and his wife want to give the kid what they need. awesome. >>> youa u.s. air force staff sergeant scratches his way to a million dollars. he bought the winning scratch off ticket at a baseball game in washington, d.c. during military appreciation night earlier this month. sergeantth sergeant who returned from iraq is spending wisely so far he bought a watch and tiffany -- from tiffany and company and also for a friend he went to the game with. congratulations to him. >>> we will be right back. ,,,, turn left. you have arrived. sweet belt. e-reader for textbooks. gps. hd video cam for lectures. game pad. have you ever considered this ? it's got all that and more than 200,000 apps. technology to learn and play on-the-go. only at verizon. buy one droid 3 by motorola, the thinnest full qwerty smartphone ever for $199.99, and get another one free. a germy pump again. so we developed the lysol no touch handsoap system. it automatically dispenses the perfect amount of s
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Sep 23, 2013 11:00pm EDT
may need. >>> one person was struck and killed by a commuter train in prince george's county tonight halting train rides back to baltimore. it happened near baltimore avenue and decatur street in hyattsville. the pedestrian was found dead at the scene. >>> a train derailment caused problems on the eastern shore this afternoon. you can see where the rail cars left the tracks. one tipped over outside fredericksburg. the derailment caused a hazmat spill that is being detained. >>> a local parent clashes with administrators at a town hall meeting. he's dragged away by police. derek valcourt explains why prosecutors decided to drop all charges against him. >> reporter: parent adam small decided to speak up rather than write down his questions at a town hall style meeting with baltimore county school officials. that's when a security officer stepped in flashing his police badge. >> i won't stand for this. you're sitting here like cows. >> reporter: small was literally pushed and pulled out of the meeting, handcuffed and charged with assaulting an officer. >> i was outraged when i saw the v
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Aug 21, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. the maryland man is from laurel, prince george's county. he is 42-year-old sanel gopenhas. >>> a glen burnie man has been cited for damaging an overhead sign on 70. police say he hit the sign with his truck and then drove off. the cost of removing and replacing the sign cost the state $100,000. >>> it is going to create some big waves when michael phelps gets in the pool with shaquille o'neal. their made-for-tv race will be taped at loyola college on sunday. the two will appear at a news conference tomorrow at tinner harbor to hype their duel in the pool. can you imagine that. >> that should be fabulous. >> he'll dive in and knock phelps right out of the water. >> we have some thunderstorm activity west of us and east of us. the east line, that's what moved through earlier. we still have some showers and thundershowers around the region, particularly west of us, and it is going to be moving through our region in the next two hours. so if you're heading out this evening later on, showers and storms from just west of d.c. all the way through westminster, all heading out to the east-nort
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Oct 28, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. jacob george, iv is charged with selling heroin and other drugs over the site. the feds shut down silk road earlier this month. they say buyers and sellers traded more than $1 billion in illegal narcotics on that site. >>> a grammy-winning pop star appears in court. chris brown is charged with beating a maryland man outside a hotel. it's not his first violent attack. rochelle richie was in the courtroom for brown's arraignment tonight and has details on the charges. >> reporter: that's right, vic, it seems trouble finds chris brown wherever he does. a felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor simple assault for he and his bodyguard. both men entered a not guilty plea. ♪ turn up the music, because the song just came on ♪ turn up the music if you can't turn it down ♪ >> reporter: he's a grammy- award winner who has topped the charts across the country as a pop sensation. but monday chris brown found himself off the stage and in front of a judge after being charged with simple assault in d.c. chris brown's troubles started here at hotel washington just a few yards from the whi
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Oct 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
furlough 3,000 workers monday because of the shut down. >>> prince georges county, search for two brazen men, look at the surveillance video. one of the suspects hit the salon employee in the head with the gun. one of the men burst into the salon, demanding cash and purses. >>> a major drug operation running out of a home day care. police find drugs and guns inside the howard county house, tonight the owner is facing serious charges. megan explains how the operation stayed secret until now. >> reporter: well, denise, police say an anonymous tip lead them to that day care center where they found a sophisticated marijuana grow-op ration. >> reporter: the past year parents dropped their children off at this licensed day care center but it is what 31-year- old david anderson built underneath the house that has got neighbors in shock. >> we had no idea this was going on. >> reporter: a secret room investigators say was built to grow marijuana. >> pretty clear to detectives this was a large scale operation that he was running. >> reporter: that room had special insulation, elaborate electrical
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Aug 5, 2009 11:00pm EDT
the helicopter crash victims as they boarded the ill-fated aircraft. george tudor, neil booth, kim felix, and pilot jeff nordaas were all remembered at advance concepts. the chopper crashed on interstate 70 in boonesboro. >> it's hard. the door opens, and you expect him to walk in, and you try to be strong for her, and you sort of cry when you're alone. it's just been rough, and it doesn't really seem right. it doesn't seem real yet. >> it's hard when you go to four funerals within a couple of days. it really drains you emotionally. >> everyone here at the helicopter school has been shaken by this crash. the general manager tells me that every instructor and student has gone up in the air since. >> i spoke with each flight instructor that we have individually, and just put it to them, if you want to continue working here, you're more than welcome to take as much time aus need. >> the national transportation safety board investigation so far reveals that the pilot, jeff nordaas, had had called another ahc employee about weather conditions twice before deciding the weather was good e
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