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Apr 12, 2011 11:00pm EDT
in reducing spills. >>> new information on the murder case of yeardley love. >> reporter: george hughley's drinking could save him time behind bars for the murder of love. during a preliminary hearing that lasted for nine hours. hughley's friends describe him as very drunk. that he had slurred speech before his altercation with love. one of the defenses is that hughleg did not mean to kill love. >> hughley only found out about the death of love after the prosecutor told her. >> reporter: love grew up here in cockysville. several left court after hearing grizzly details of her death. hughley says he shook love and repeatedly hit her head on a wall. hughley said it could have been something else like a fall or aderol that was found in her system. >> there's no knowing what the jury will do. >> reporter: the case will head to trial unless the two reach an agreement avoiding a very painful showdown. >>> an 11-year-old pennsylvania girl is being called a hero for what she did while driving with her mom. pet era suffered a seizure while driving home from a shopping trip. >> she saved m
CBS
Jan 28, 2012 11:00pm EST
. police haven't filed charges yet against the 15-year-old involved in the fight. >>> prince george's county police are now trying to figure out how a dead body got in a 20- foot deep well. authorities say they received a tip about the well behind an unoccupied home in fort washington on thursday. police don't know how long the body has been there or who it is. there is speculation, though, that it may be a missing activist, from northern virginia, whose phone was discovered near the well last september. >>> a laurel man gunned down just weeks before becoming a first-time father. now, his family and friends speak to wjz about upping the reward money to find the people responsible. >> reporter: gregory sears was killed 11 days before his first child was born. >> the baby is wonderful. craig never got to see his child. >> reporter: in the early morning of january 6th, police say sears was in his driveway in the 8,000 block of ian's alley, when two masked men shot him. >> it hasn't been determined whether this was targeted or random. but we believe it is a robbery. >> reporter: as family
CBS
Apr 16, 2012 11:00pm EDT
shore. >>> the lawyer for george zimmerman is asking judge jessica hessler to step down. she revealed that her husband works for a florida law firm that zimmerman approached for counsel. zimmerman is expected to plead not guilty he is claiming self- defense. >>> raven's star ray lewis is subpoenaed to be a witness at a trial in cincinnati. he will be testifying against nate webster. he is facing multiple charges involved a teenage daughter of a former bengals assistant coach. both players attended the university of miami. >>> the third and final part of the mega millions winnings is revealed. i'll i doesn't allow winners to stay anonymous. the other winner is from kansas, that person also stayed anonymous. >>> if you're in the washington, d.c. area tomorrow morning you could be treated to a unique shuttle fly over. discovery is hitching a ride from florida on a 747. it is headed to the smitsonian museum where it'll go on display. the shuttle is expected to fly near several landmarks including the national mall before landing around 11:00. >>> it's like a timber box out there
CBS
Dec 6, 2010 11:00pm EST
the issue internally. >>> there's a new man tonight in st. george county and he's promising a big shake up to rid the county of corruption. last month outgoing jack johnson was arrested on federal charges accused of tampering with evidence in connection with a probe. baker promised to clean up county government and put integrity first. also today he replaced several top county leaders, including the fire chief and police. >>> the president does an about face on tax cuts. president obama and republican leaders have reached a deal. but democrats are not necessarily on board with the compromise. reports from washington. >> reporter: president obama announced a break through, a deal with republican leaders on tax cuts. >> it's not perfect but this compromise is an essential step on the road to recovery. >> reporter: the key element is an extension of bush tax cuts for everyone. the president won a 13 month extension of unemployment benefits for the long term jobless. the estate tax will return to 35-point -- congress has been under a lot of pressure to get a tax bill passed by the end
CBS
Jan 16, 2012 11:00pm EST
the ravens game. she's a former ravens cheer leader. her boyfriend? george clooney gave her a hard time for taking so long to pull off her dazzling look. >> she did have the baltimore ravens game on the whole time she was getting ready. >> you can watch the afc championship game live right here 3:00 sunday. >>> coming up, more troubles for o.j . simpson. the major financial failure. >>> cops confront an angry crowd. what happened next that's upsetting so many people. >>> it's something i needed to do to save my life. >> a revolutionary procedure saves a maryland man's life and he's only the second person in the world to have it done. more on his amazing medical journey. >>> much warmer tuesday on tap. i'll give you your complete forecast coming up next. >>> it is 38 degrees with light rain in central maryland right now. an explosion levels part of a condominium complex in new york. police say a contractor ruptured a gas main this afternoon. no one was inside the building at the time. two firefighters were seriously hurt with possible burns and smoke inhalation. two construction wor
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 11:00pm EDT
>> reporter: mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> no trial date has been set, but a judge from george county will hear the case. >>> two marylanders are hospitalized after catching legionela a potentially deadly bacteria. legionela bacteria can lead to legion era disease. as a precaution, the county health department placed water restrictions at the center. >>> shifting into reverse, tonight promising news about the safety of our highways as the number of traffic deaths falls to levels we haven't seen since the 50s. wjz is live tonight, kai jackson explains that the -- the good news comes with bad news as well. >> reporter: tonight marylanders are being warned and reminded to stay safe and alert behind the wheel. traffic fatalities are down nationwide. that's good news for those who drive. >> i think that's terrific. it means some kind of progress is being made. maybe law enforcement. >> reporter: the driving fatality rate the lowest it's been since 1950. fatalities are down 7.4% since 2009. >> it's stepped up enforcement, good media and education campaign, it's personal responsibility of dr
CBS
Aug 8, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the tenth family pet shot or killed by prince george's sheriff's deputies since 2004. >>> we're learning of medical medics that were gunned down. tonight we know that one of the victims was a minnesota nurse. he earned his degree right here in baltimore at john hopkins university. tonight terrell brown has the very latest. >> reporter: in cabul, investigators identified the workers killed. investigators say the workers were killed execution style as they were getting ready to leave work. >>> his wife libby says he felt this was his calling. >> you would want me to see it, he's just an ordinary christian doing what god wanted him to do. he was bringing care to afghanistan. >>> dr. thomas grant, also dead. he quit his practice in colorado to help impoverished children. >> he was a very kind person. >> reporter: and glen lack who helped victims of hurricane katrina and rita. the taliban took responsibility for the attack. clinton called the attack, a dispickable act of violence. >> he gave his life in afghanistan, and that's where he was called to as a family and that's where he wi
CBS
Oct 4, 2009 11:00pm EDT
in a hotel last year. >>> a pair of police involved shootings in weekend in prince george's county. the first around 6:00 last night. a struggle insued and police say an officer shot the suspect demetrius thompson. >>> thousands of miles away in afghanistan, troops are reeling after an attack that killed nine american troops. one of the bloodiest battles in many many months. this may force president obama to make tough decisions to keep americans safe. >> u.s. troops are beefing up patrols throughout afghanistan. following the deadliest assault on u.s. forces in more than a year. hundreds of insurgent militants stormed a pair of outposts in the kamdes district. as many as seven afghan soldiers and police were also killed in the attack and more than 20 are missing. the assault comes just days after the u.s. announced plans to withdraw from the area as part of a new strategy to move forces to highly populated areas. >> we've had the general come in, he has said the taliban is gaining in strength and that we have some what deteriorating situation in afghanistan. >> reporter: the top u
CBS
Dec 30, 2010 11:00pm EST
park. prince george's county investigators aren't saying what led to the hazmat leak. >>> a warning is going out about the dangers of carbon monoxide. mike hellgren shows us how firefighters are making sure you are aware of the hazards. >> reporter: five people have died and nearly two dozen have been hospitalized from carbon monoxide intoxication this month. firefighters went door to door in pikesville where five people died from the odorless, colorless gas. >> we're very scared because it could have happened to anyone. >> there's one in the basement, one in the kid's room. you buy a house to be comfortable in, that home can turn around and take your life. >> reporter: the concern is growing in the city where carbon monoxide probably from an oven killed two. it's critical to have your furnace and chimney inspected every year. >> the exposure of carbon monoxide at low levels or high concentrations for a low period of time both can be deadly. >>> in the two cases that resulted in death, the amount of carbon monoxide was 11 time it is lethal level. >> i would advise people to go and g
CBS
Feb 15, 2011 11:00pm EST
heart rate monitor is reigning world champion george st. pierre. like the motion capture camera that catches catches 10,000 frames per second to tell how different people run in different shoes. the greatest product is yet to come. >> that's a great idea. it could come from any where. this is supposed to be the center piece and the central imagine for our brand. >> reporter: the lab also has high tech security. a hand scanner will keep the right people in and us out. under armour will unveil that shirt during the nfl combine. denise and vic back to you. >> under armour recently signed cam newton. >>> and it wasn't the football field but rather the show ring where today's toughest competition was held. moments ago best in show was awarded at the westminster show. the seven final winners went to the madison square garden. there he is, hickory the scotish deer hound. she was competing in her final show. this is the first time a scotish deer hound has ever won best in show. >> you know she's got some whiskers a little like bob turk. you see right there. you see. she's got the same w
CBS
Mar 23, 2012 12:00am EDT
him for neighborhood watch captain george zimmerman. zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old travon woodall last month. he claims the unarmed teen attacked him and that he shot in self-defense. zimmerman has not been charged very a. >> he represents a reckless disregard for our lives. >> it's brought national attention to the issues of race and self-defense. protesters are not stopping at calling for zimmerman's arrest and trial. they also want police chief to step down permanently. >> a day after receiving a vote of no-confidence from city commissioners, police chief bill lee said he would step aside temporarily because he's become a distraction. >> i do this in the hopes of restoring some semblance of calm to the city which has been in turmoil for several weeks. >> it was a gesture his parents say fall short. >> we want an arrest and they want a conviction. >> florida prosecutors will convene a grand jury next month to decide whether zimmerman will be charged. in sanford, florida, danielle nottingham, wjz eyewitness news. >> in addition to the police chief, the lead prosecutor has
CBS
Dec 13, 2009 11:00pm EST
a domestic dispute. prince georges county police arrested chris jones he's accused of fatally shooting his nephew. he is being held without bond while he faces second degree murder charges. >>> early this morning weather conditions caused some traffic hazards around 9:30 a man slid off the road due to what may have been black ice in frederick county. it happened on route 340 in the jefferson area. several people had to be pulled from this vehicle, including children. meanwhile in harper county the weather was blamed for a number of minor accidents. the rain was coming down at a steady pace while black ice was prominent throughout that area as well. taking a live look outside tonight a different picture from this morning. the freezing rain has stopped but freezing temperatures or hanging on. bernadette woods live in the first warning weather center with news of a slight warm up. >> a regular old heat wave coming our way. first warning doppler radar all of the rain is gone. it's out of here. temperatures not too bad out this. 37 degrees right now. we want to show you around the
CBS
Nov 20, 2010 11:00pm EST
families. >>> baltimore count yip and prince george's county hosted the adoption ceremonies today. >>> it was an adoption of a different kind in baltimore as well. the adopted turkey event gives complete meals across the citypton was started by a baltimore father and his family 12 years ago. this year, they hope to help more than 17,000 people enjoy a good thanksgiving meal. yes, if you haven't planned your menu yet, that is right around the corner. >>> we have a lot under to report minutes ahead on wjz including an unwanted breast exam. a flight attendant outraged with security. >>> catholics and condoms. the pope's flip-flop regarding safe sex. >>> and new threats against bristol palin on the set of a popular tv show. >>> i'm mike schuh on the east side building more than just a garden on building patterson park. >>> i'm tim williams in for bernadette woods. a little chilly now. how does the holiday week shape up? the answer in the complete updated first warning forecast is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it's 45 degrees and partly cloud write in central maryland right now. the complete
CBS
Jul 17, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the iowa caucuses. >>> george steinbrenner was laid to rest today. his family placed a casket inside a mausoleum in a cemetery near tampa. 40 people were there including yankees employees. he was 80 years old. >>> in tonight's healthwatch, a columbia university brain imaging center has been forced to halt some of its research. the fda says the center was injecting experimental drugs into patients' brains to help capture these images. some of these drugs failed purity tests. the fda also found the center kept poor records and had lapses in training. so far there was no evidence anyone was harmed. >>> a recent study ranks maryland among the worst when it comes to bicycle safety. mike schuh shows the benefits of cycling can outweigh the risks. >> reporter: recently, we've seen two local cyclists die in high profile accidents. one downtown and one in the county. now comes this study. it asks, do the health benefits of cycling outweigh the safety risks? the overwhelming answer is yes. on average, the risks took away five to fine days of the lives. the beneficial effects added on average 3
CBS
Jul 21, 2011 11:00pm EDT
you was trying to sell a letter by george washington. checked out a box during one of their 17 visits to the archive. >>> a report reveals our state has some of the most toxic air in the nation. >> on a day when you can hardly see baltimore skyline through the haze, ranks maryland 5th. saying they send more than 27 million pounds of toxins into the air you breathe accounting for 97% of maryland's pollution. kevin thornton represents -- the biggest polluter. he says the numbers are two years old put forth by a million dollar investment. >> peopling look at this and say -- this is one of the cleanest coal burning plants in the country now. >> i have a couple of grandkids. >> reporter: has lived nearby his entire 76 years. he still worries about the cumulative affect of the pollute ants. >> it's still there. >> reporter: state environmental officials praise the work but point to another threat. >> the bad news for maryland is that 70% of our pollution can actually come from out of state. >> reporter: lists ohio as number one. these plants that feed america's growing demand for eme
CBS
May 14, 2010 11:00pm EDT
aa county and prince george's county. luckily no touch downs of tornadoes. overnight tonight, still some left over showers but much drier, much beautiful day coming up tonight. i'll have the forecast coming up in a few minutes. >>> the search is on tonight for the person who fired a gun into a baltimore home at this time háeuting a girl in the head. kelly mcpherson spoke with the girl. >> reporter: the teens, and her parents were all sleeping in their fredricks home. when they say it sounded like something crashed into the wall. and tonight they are wondering why it happened to them. at 3:00 in the morning, bullets flew through this quiet neighborhood. three bullets went through this house nearly killing a sleeping 14-year-old girl who doesn't want us to show her face. >> i just woke up to feeling my ear burning. it just woke me up and scared me. then my ear, it popped off and they finally found the bullet i got hurt by, it was in my bullet. >> the bullet went through the house and hit the bed's head board. >> pieces of particles were falling off the bed. and my daughter's hear was
CBS
Jul 6, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. current and former members of the tennessee titans, including eddie george and longtime coach jeff fisher gather to reflect on the life and career of murdered quarterback steve mcnair. mcnair played 11 seasons with the titans before finishing here in baltimore. tennessee is where the qb is most reveered. >> oh, he loved nashville. and i talked to him also about his experience in baltimore, and he loved that experience. from steve to ozzie to brian, to all of his teammates, he loved that experience, but this was his home. >> in baltimore, mcnair is the third leading passer in ravens history. this shot just for you, denise. the lovely view from the tour de france, cycling by a pasture of horses. american lance armstrong with some horsepower. he moved from 10th to 3rd overall. the rider from britain would win the sprint. this is just day three. >> and they go to the mountains. >>> the reopening of the crown on the statue of liberty marked a new beginning for a california couple. aaron proposed, as in marriage to erica in front of other tourists on the narrow deck. she said yes even th
CBS
Sep 20, 2011 11:00pm EDT
george's county police officers could face jail time. wjz is live, megan mccorckel has the latest. >> reporter: the event happened last year as students rushed the street of college park following maryland's big win against duke and that video made waves across the country. blow after blow you can see the officers hitting 21-year-old john mckenna now those officers face justice for the attack. repblgal baker and james harroldson charged -- reginald baker and james haroldson facing charges. it's taáeubgen taken a year and a half to present the case to the jury, some wondering what took so long. >> it's been a long time, much longer than we expected. >> reporter: terrell roberts who represents mckenna says it may have been hard to identify the officers who were in riot gear. >> i'm sure that it's been difficult for the prosecutors because the police officers may not be fully cooperative. >> reporter: police reports claimed mckenna assaulted a police force and received minor injuries from that force. the video video disputes those claims. students remember that night. >> i saw the c
CBS
Apr 28, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. the other driver died. bushels talks about -- bush also talks about how she met george w bush. >>> sandra bullock says she has filed for divorce and adopted a son. bullock says she and james began the adoption process four years ago and brought the baby home in january. they ended their relationship after he had numerous affairs. >>> people made their way to baskin-robbins tonight. the ice cream shop held out annual 31-cent scoot shop. will donate to the national fallen firefighters association. what time do we close? >> reporter: i didn't see bob tuck in there anywhere. >> i didn't head out, lines are too long, vic. >> reporter: bob, for 31 cents. >> i sort of forgot about it, actually. normally i would have taken advantage of a deal like that. that's almost free and out for a good cause as well. >>> let's take a look at temperatures. 37 now. i think it's the same temperature we had last night. west winds are calming down. 7 now. the barometer way back up. 47 here, 39 in oakland, 50 ocean city. 52 in dc. just one shy of tieing the record at 33. >>> winds, most areas now are w
CBS
Feb 25, 2011 11:00pm EST
president george w. bush cancels a speech because asange was invited too. bush says he has no desire to share a forum with the same man who has done so much damage to the u.s. he is fighting extra diction to sweden where he is accused of sexual assault. >>> in new york, a 9-year-old girl's plea for help leads to her mother's arrest for drunk driving. police say bonnie will hat her daughter and -- had her daughter and two other children with her. the little girl held up a sign that said please help us. a driver saw that and called police. will was incoherent and unable to walk on her own. >>> he's finally done it. charlie sheen just can't shut up and this time cbs pulling the plug on his show. costs hundreds of jobs, millions of the dollars and his reputation. mary bubala explains. >> reporter: charlie sheen is a rehab regular but this time he has gone too far, trashing his boss of two and a half man on the radio. charlie sheen ranted for seven minutes. >> i don't have time for these clowns. >> reporter: he made fun of hine levine. >> magically converting your tin cans into gold. they si
CBS
Feb 12, 2011 11:00pm EST
from computers to raveps jerseys to a george foreman grill. wjz is live at city police headquarters tonight. suzanne? >> reporter: adam, when police learned that stolen items had appeared on craigslist, they decided to meet the seller. gregory who's charged in the string of burglaries lived on a couple of blocks from the victims in canton. the news has residents of the neighborhood alarmed but happy there's been an arrest. >> i was very concerned. the neighborhood's fairly safe, and it just makes you feel unsafe. >> reporter: this house still has a board covering the broken window pane on the front door where the 32-year-old smashed his way to the locks. the homeowner helped lead police to the suspect. >> he did discover a few of his items were indeed for sale on craigslist. he contacted the burglary detectives and set up a sting to capture the individual wanted in relation to the case. >> reporter: an undercover detective arranged to buy a $700 camera. when the suspect met the detective for the exchange, he was arrested. >> they discovered there were many items of value inside of t
CBS
Oct 25, 2011 11:00pm EDT
of native, lawyers were george huely want to get their hands on those records. he's accused of killing love by slamming her head into a wall. her lawyers argue that love died from irregular heartbeat caused by alcohol and prescription drugs. >>> a maryland prisoner is killed while guard are standing by and did not see the attack. now the state will pay up. the murdered inmates family is awarded more than $18 million. only on wjz mike talked to the inmate's appearance about the emotional fight. >> this is never -- [ sobbing ] >> reporter: philip parker's mother has been living a nightmare for more than 6 years when her son was strangled to death. a vicious murder on a bus bound for baltimore. in a landmark decision, a jury awarded her his father and her son's estate $18.5 million from the state of maryland finding the correction system was negligent in protecting philip. >> with no remorse, no compassion. the words they used to describe my son, i'll never get out of my head. >> reporter: the jury found four of the five officers on board that bus were negligent. attorneys for par
CBS
Feb 16, 2012 11:00pm EST
service. he'll have to split that 250 hours in baltimore city, 250 in prince george's county. >> also faces trial later this month. he wrote the robo call and is accused of conspiring to suppress voter turn out. >>> different kind of punishment for a state senate. censoring the democrat for his ethical mistakes. he did not admit taking money from shopper's food warehouse while he worked on legislation. he was acquitted on bribery charges. >>> set for a show down. maryland's same-sex marriage bill may come down to one or two votes and tomorrow it is in the hands of the delegates. we have more on this contention debate. >> reporter: that debate was supposed to take place tonight. with the votes so close, it's been postponed until tomorrow. it's a move some are calling political wrangling. on the floor, same-sex marriage. which way the vote will go is still in question. >> the situation is very volatile. a change of one or two votes could determine the outcome. >> reporter: the house recess after just 15 minutes. the only order of business, it would push back the same-sex marriage date u
CBS
Nov 30, 2009 11:00pm EST
that was lost was property. these are exclue sieve pictures from a massive fire in prince george's county. the blaze happened in the upscale woodward neighborhood just east of the capital belt way. >> we had fire conditions in the garage area and extending up to the second floor and into the first floor of the living space. >>> the fire started around 8:45 sunday night on prima way. there were reports that people were trapped. but the owners were actually on vacation. 60 firefighters responded and what they encountered could have proved deadly. >> a back draft is when a large volume of smoke and heat and gases are in a confined area and they're pretty much at a smoldering state. once atmosphere is introduced where the fire is, it creates some what of an explosion if you will. >> reporter: it was similar to the movie back draft. but the wood moore fire wasn't a hollywood production, it was a real life dangerous situation. >> several units were operating in the first floor and second floor when it occurred to me in the attic area, it actually blew out a section of right side of the h
CBS
Feb 8, 2013 11:00pm EST
family including both former president's are targets of a hacker. one shows george bush during a recent stay. the hacker gained material through bush family and friends. he identified himself as someone targeted by the government for a long time. >>> the man behind the amish beard cutting attacks in ohio joe, sentenced to 15 years in -- ohio, sentenced to 15 years in prison. he said he did not run a cult. 15 of his family were also convicted and will serve between 1 and 7 years the attacks were pros cuted as a hate crime. >>> food safety officials in the uk are ordering testing of all beef products after food produced by a company was found to contain as much as 100% horse meat. the company says they have corrected the food supply problem, last month beef patties sold to burger king in europe were found to have traces of horse meat. >>> sunday, lands on the one year anniversary of the death of whitney houston. stars are still traumatized. >> reporter: whitney houston died 24 hours before the grammy awards. the show must go on and almost everyone in the music industry will never f
CBS
Sep 5, 2010 11:00pm EDT
memorial in a campaign ad. the imagine shows senate nominee and west virginia governor george mansion sitting next to president obama at the service. it is part of an attack ad on mansion by republican candidate race. senator byrd's family says the ad was senseless. >>> lawyers for steven slater say he resigned from the airline and wasn't fired. slater has been charged with criminal mischief, reckless endangerment and trespassing. >>> an 11-year-old boy in australia is attacked by a seal that he was feeding at the zoo. moments before the boy's sister took a picture. the boy said he couldn't feel anything happening. he didn't even realize how serious the situation was until his sister started crying. the zoo says that the seal has never displayed any aggressive behavior and jack has a little bit of an idea of why it may have happened. >> the seal sneezed on me, and it had fish guts all over me. and i think it smelled the fish and wanted to eat me. >> jack suffered injuries to his back and stomach, but he calls it quote just an accident. his step mom and dad say they are happy he is bac
CBS
Dec 6, 2009 11:00pm EST
kentucky on saturday afternoon. and in one other game it was george washington over navy in the be b n t classic. that's sports. >> still to come a fine wine can be hard to come by but that was not the case in a surprise find in paris. you know why i sell tools? tools are uncomplicated? nothing complicated about a pair of 10 inch hose clamp pliers. you know what's complicated? shipping. shipping's complicated. not really. with priority mail flat rate boxes from the postal service shipping is easy. if it fits, it ships anywhere in the country for a low flat rate. that's not complicated. come on. how about...a handshake. alright. priority mail flat rate boxes only from the postal service. a simpler way to ship. . >>> this next story shows how cleaning out your closet can be very beneficial. a winely in paris discovered wines that date back to 1582. they found three bottles of cognac they are said to be valued at $742 each. the total sale is expected to bring in around 1.5 million u. s. bucks. >>> a few thousand more children will get to open presents from santa thanks to toys for tot
CBS
May 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
george's county bus driver is charged with producing child pornography. say the evidence was found on a computer data card he left at a convenience store. they say a customer looked at the contents and saw images of a man engaging in sexual conduct with a boy. >>> a drink called vodka eye balling has -- horrified. pouring shots directly into their eye. those who partake say the alcohol is absorbed quicker. counter by saying people who do this are often drunk already and they are just trying to convince themselves it's true. the british medical association calls it an insensesensible act which could cause blindness. >>> hundreds are learning they have received treatments they may not have needed. it all involves a maryland doctor. tonight for the first time they are speaking out in this investigation. >> reporter: hundreds of people are involved, patients who may have received a serious medical procedure they didn't need. at stake their trust in their doctors. susan car airy is one of those patients. she had stints placed in two procedures. sussusan and her daughter agreed to talk to w
CBS
Oct 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
happened early this morning along the george washington parkway. ashley roberta, charlie davis and a third person were riding in the car when the driver somehow lost control. the car was sheered in half. the driver has not been named daviss is listed in serious condition tonight. >>> the teenager who took part in the killing of two 17-year- olds was sentenced to 40 years today. witnesses say bryan scott became upset when he heard the sentence and told his lawyer he wanted a new trial. prosecutors say scott helped kaheem taylor kidnap the boy and girl. taylor was given two life sentences. >>> today a critical hurdle was cleared in the president's mission to pass sweeping health care reform. a key senate committee voted to pass a 10 year health care plan. democrats say the legislation is aimed at extending coverage to millions of the americans. holding down costs and improving health care for all. more republican senator olympia snow of maine broke with her own party to vote yes. senate leaders are unhappy with the plan. no word when the bill will come before the full senate. >>> the h1n1 vi
CBS
Jul 3, 2010 11:00pm EDT
two years ago during a street race. >> reporter: prince george's county police call this a hot spot for illegal street racing. the department's traffic enforcement unit was working wednesday night when they spotted hundreds of people preparing for a fast race. >> the traffic unit observed approximately 200 individuals that appeared to be getting ready to either participate in or to be an audience for some type of a speed contest. >> reporter: police passed out nearly 100 traffic tickets and impounded four cars. the bust happened near a part of 210 where in 2008, a car in an illegal race veered out of control and slammed in a crowd of spectators. the crash killed eight and seriously injured six others. this time with the help of new technology, police were able to shut down the race before it began. >> what happens is we drive around and scans all of the vehicles it passes. >> reporter: the mobile tag reader is normally use forward parking enforcement. police used it last week to check for stolen tags on cars at the race site. this effort prevented more street racing injuries and dea
CBS
Jun 25, 2010 11:00pm EDT
he complained of discomfort and was admitted to george washington university hospital in dc. he has a history of heart problems and had a heart attack this year. we don't know if that's the cause of the troubling. >>> the death of the king of pop. it was one year ago today the world was stunned by the loss of michael jackson. tonight fans pay tribute. e. coli liz beth san cheese reports from glendale california. >> reporter: fans remember the king of pop on the one year anniversary of his death. >> i hod had to honor him and pay respects and as much as i can't say good-bye i had to come and say hi. >> reporter: janet jackson arrived at the forest lawn cemetery with flowers for a private memorial service holding the sing ear body. outside the jackson family thanked fans for their support. >> we were showing them love and they were showing love back. they shook our hands and just took in it. >> the family would say thank you, we areeseuate it. >> reporter: forest lawn isn't the only place they thanked fans. the mother ask children were in the hometown. >> thank you fans all over the wor
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Apr 9, 2011 11:00pm EDT
barber shop. we're still working to find out how that man is doing tonight. >>> a prince georges county convenience store is set on fire to hide a murder. when crews put out the fire in bladens last night, they found the body of a richard nann inside. it looks like he was killed first then someone set the fire to destroy the evidence. >> this is a tragic incident in itself. this victim was a long time community owner in this area, well liked by the surrounding businesses and members of the community. >> and this isn't the first tragedy at the store. one of the owner's relatives was killed there during a robbery several years ago. >>> now at 11:00, an accident involving a city police car. witnesses tell us the officer ran a red light then his cruiser slammed into a van. the van flipped over several times. we're still working to find out how the people involved in the crash are doing tonight. >>> a rare appearance by moammar khadafy as the battle for libya rages on. people greeted khadafy can cheers as he visited schools in tripoli. also today, rebels held on to a key city after fi
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Mar 11, 2011 11:00pm EST
the decision to rush him to the hospital. >> we need to request an emergency, george washington. >> that's a roger. >> we're going to washington, fast. >> about four minutes after the tape, confirmation was heard that john hinkley was arrested. >>> rising gas prices have become a by-product of the crisis in libya. experts say there's no sign of when the violence will stop. the president is now talking about what to do next. >>> here it goes again, we're well on our way to $4, a personal pain at the pump. >> this is a cbs special report, i'm katie couric. >> reporter: the sudden rise has risen to the top, the president sends a message on the topic. >> we're adapting, we're producing more oil, and we're importing less. our auto makers are manufacturers more fuel efficient cars. >> reporter: in fact, he says we're using 7% less oil than in 2005. long term the key to energy independence are these, hybrids and other cars that get much better gas mileage. this is a ford hybrid, costs $32,000, it's just what buyers are looking for. >> i would say 20, 25% of our customers are now coming
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Nov 3, 2011 11:00pm EDT
because they danced. principal george roberts suspend them after performing the bernie dance during a playoff victory over dulaney. outraged parents and student protested the decision but the principal said the dance is the wrong gesture for athletes in high school. >>> a race against the clock. right now the national park service is rushing to get the earthquake damaged washington monument ready to with stand bad weather. you remember the dramatic video inspectors repelling from the top to check on damaged stones from the august earthquake. now workers are plugging as many cracks as possible to keep winter weather from affecting the monument. they no target date for it to reopen. >>> now imagine the terror felt by tourists inside at the very top of the monument on the quiet summer afternoon. inky williams tells adam-- nicky williams tells adabbing may it's a day she will never forget as she fought back fear to get everyone out safety. >> reporter: august 3rd, an earthquake shakes the east coast on a sunny afternoon, the earth shifts. >> like a bomb going off around you. >> reporter
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Sep 25, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. george huguely's preliminary hearing is scheduled for january 21st. prosecutors say he killed love on may 3rd after the two had an argument of the the judge also denied a media request to have cameras present inside the courtroom. >>> tonight, there are new questions regarding the death of maryland green party natasha petty grew. she was hit and killed. the family wants to know why the driver was not carried. >> reporter: dozens of people gathered at the site where the 30-year-old was hit and killed on her bike. >> i thought i hit a deer is a novel way of explaining away why you did not act responsibly. >> i hit a squirrel one day, i cried because i knew i hit it and i stopped. >> i don't feel our elected officials are responsive to the need of our constituents. >> reporter: early morning she was riding on her bike on route 202 when she was hit by littleford. littleford continued to drive home thinking she had hit an animal. when she saw the bicycle wedged under the car, she called the police. >> i asked that we have a thorough question. >> i think the biggest question at this poin
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Apr 12, 2010 11:00pm EDT
mckenna who was later charged with disorderly conduct. instead at least 3 prince george's county officers beat him. >> you have a person who has committed no crime who is completely defenseless and is beaten. >> reporter: another student was charged when he says he, too, was beaten. both students plan to sue the police department. >> i think if they were hurt in any way, i think they definitely should because i don't think the police had a right to act the way they did. >> reporter: happened in a busy area and the video was shot by a student who was watching from a dorm room. >> you can see nay he stops, he doesn't say a thing to the police and they jump him. >> reporter: the police says they have suspended one officer. >> i'm outraged, i'm disappointed. again that is not the type of professional conduct i condone here in the agency. that type of abuse will not be tolerated. >> reporter: the charges against both have been dropped. >> reporter: the police department has a group of officers that will investigate this matter and they will decide what should happen to the cops in the
CBS
Jul 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
done by the heat wave. eastbound rout 50 and buoy prince georges county buckled a casualty of the heat. the state highway administration moved quickly to make temporary repairs yet more work is needed. >> the black top is a temporary fix because this is concrete we're going to need to come in at a later date which we will determine, we'll send out news releases and make a more permanent repair uses concrete itself. >> reporter: at reagan national airport, the wheels of a u.s. airways jet gets stuck on the tarmac after the surface was weakened by the releaptless heat. >> after i turned off my air- conditioning, i got another electric bill. >> reporter: the heat has forced roads to buckle in other states. the sun has also damaged crops. yet today many were just focused on relief. >> we can walk to the snowball stand today. >> reporter: right now the state highway administration isn't saying exactly when the repairs to eastbound rout 60 will be made or how long they will take, denise. >> thank you, kai. now that section of rout 50 that buckled is in buoy between routs 197 and 301. >>
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Jul 31, 2010 11:00pm EDT
service, but george has an explanation. >> it's like a cat. you put a cat on your lap and you pettit and it makes you -- pet it and it makes you feel good. there's a whole range of disabilities that allow you to do this. it could be mental, physical, psychiatric, any number of reasons. >> reporter: he won't say what his disability is but he takes the iguana wherever he goes. maybe she's like stress relief. >> i like iguanas. >> i'm not a reptile person. >> and i like the little leash. walking around. >> it was probably a good thing to soak up the sun today because tomorrow if you have plans. >> reporter: uh-huh. it looks like it's already starting to change. a few different areas where we're tracking rain and even a thunderstorm or two. these are not big thunderstorms. a few rumbles of thunder. we're going to take you in on those areas. southern parts making its way to the eastern shore just to the north of salisbury. it will pass just clipping you and head up to delaware. and all of this, just light rain and showers. we are seeing another thunderstorm starting to form right h
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May 17, 2012 11:00pm EDT
new evidence revealed ahead of george zimmerman's murder trial. trayvon martin caught on camera just minutes before he was fatally shot. randall pinkston reports for wjz with the images that may be too graphic for some. >> reporter: a surveillance camera inside a florida convenience store captured trayvon martin buying candy and an iced tea just 20 minutes before he was shot to death. the video is just part of evidence files released by florida prosecutors. also included, crime scene photos showing a bullet casing in the grass. and this one of zimmerman's 9-millimeter gun and holster. they are photos of zimmerman taken just after the shooting, showing what appears to be a broken nose, and bloody cuts on the back of his head. the autopsy report on trayvon martin shows the gunshot wound in his chest. the burns suggest that the two men were no more than 18 inches apart. the report also details a bruise on martin's eye and small scars on both hands, suggesting he had been in a fight. there are details about witnesses. one said he saw a black male wearing a dark hoodie on top of a hispani
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Sep 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
faster than you did. >> well, as a matter of fact, george bush and his pred ses dor created jobs at a faster rate than you did >> obama has his own ideas of how to fixated the jobs. you can see it here tomorrow >>> a ledge dare koe made yankees goes to bet. bill 0006crosby goes for dennis. he led a rally at the university tonight where he answered questions about property taxs. >>> ravens play sunday. jessica is with the fans predicting what will happen when the steelers come to town >> reporter: the not guilty so so not so friendly game between the ray ravens and steelers >> i think we're going to come out on top by two to three points. >> i like the ravens. i think they're going to win the game an win it by at least a touchdown >> reporter: at cross street market, fans like henry weigh in >> they're a good team and they have our number as far as the ravens. whenever big when is playing they can't beat us. i think all this will come to an end. >> reporter: at nick's seafood >> of course i'm a ravens ran >> reporter: fan >> reporter: the only thing hotter is the rivarly >> they know
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Apr 14, 2010 11:00pm EDT
of prince george's police. and now the video has sparked an fbi investigation and the prosecutor is looking at possible criminal charges against several officers. >> today we believe we have identified all of the officers who were seen in the tape of the college park incident. we have already suspended two of those officers. we anticipate more suspensions shortly. our internal affairs division has been working around the clock on this case. >> they are done with that initial investigation, we will take it to to the grand jury. >> reporter: created a highly charged environment for the officers. >> these are highly chaotic situations and everybody that's been out there understands the chaos. we have fires set, so it's difficult for our officers and certainly we don't want to put the students at risk as well. >> we can't have any tolerance for police brutality and at the same time there is a process that needs to be gone through here. >> reporter: in an exclusive news interview, one of -- also made this accusation. >> one of the officers pulled off a bandage and told him not the report
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Jun 12, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the trial is over. >>> surprising developments in george zimmerman's murder case. they arrest his wife shelly after she's charged with perjury. she lied during a bond hearing about how much money the couple has. he's charged with second degree murder for shooting trayvon martin. >>> firefighters are struggling to control deadly wild fires. two dozen fast-moving fires scorching 9 states with the hardest hit areas in new mexico and colorado. >>> a $100 million u.s. military drone crashes to the ground. there are questions about what it was doing there, just how many of these drones are flying in the skies over maryland. we have more from aviation experts tonight. >> reporter: right now, drones are mostly used overseas, but their presence here in the u.s. is about to increase. it fell from the sky with a boom and with this fiery wreckage comes a lot of questions. >> i knew that they use them in iraq and afghanistan, but i was really surprised. >> reporter: the naval drone was said to be on a routine test flight. right now, unmanned aircrafts are used as border surveillance or to targ
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Mar 1, 2010 11:00pm EST
george's county after days of deliberations, the jury has a marble victory in the street racing case. it means there will be a new trial. mike hell grip has more from upper marlboro. >> reporter: testifyon taylor is only facing a traffic fine but the prosecutors will retry the felony manslaughter counts. >> are you disappointed? >> you conditional. only take one day at a time. >> reporter: family of the victims of the street race that it hung on the felony charges. >> was it unjust? >> yes. >> why? >> a fine for eight lives. >> reporter: any comment on the decision. the jury would not talk they found him guilty of engaging in a speed contest and reckless driving. >> our heart goes out to everyone. >> the prosecutors contended he was racing on indian head highway two years ago when a car plowed into a group of people watching another race. taylor can be held just as responsible as the driver. the state's attorney will not drop the hung charges against taylor. >> justice is moving in the right direction. >> i don't care about the time, how much time he gets. i want justice done. if he tell
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Feb 18, 2011 11:00pm EST
help. in prince george's county, a fire truck crashed. the fire engine was responding to a call at the university of maryland at the time. >>> a florida community is victimized by a neighborhood burglar. he was caught on camera. the surveillance video shows the man walking through the kitchen area of the community room. residents became suspicious when sausage for their pancake breakfast was missing. they also noticed a mess was left in the shower room. they arrested 34-year-old joshua abernathy. police say he also stole a first aid kit and other supplies. >>> we're hearing for the first time from an iowa female weser who was given the championship because she is a girl. >> i feel like people should treat me the same way. the fact that i'm doing the same support as -- same sport as them, that i'm doing the same work as them does not make me different. >> she finished the season with a winning record and is the only female to ever reach the second round of the iowa state championship. >>> a los angeles hospital shuts down its kidney transplant unit after a patient received the wrong
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Mar 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
shot in florida. the group wants police to arrest george zimmerman for killing tray vaughn martin. he was walking home with candy when gunned down. zimmerman claims to be acting in self-defense. >>> a stand off is unfolding now the france. riot police are using explosions to force out the man suspected of killing a jewish teacher and his young students. we explain the dangerous situation is changing minute by minute. >> reporter: several explosions and gunshots were heard in the city overnight outside the apartment where a suspected killer was held up. the blasts were to intimidate. the 24 year old frenchman drove to a jewish school and killed a teacher, his two young sons and a little girl. hundreds of mourners gathered in jerusalem. the president said france must remain united. police believe he also murdered three french soldiers at an atm earlier this month and escaped on a motor cycle. he was planning to kill another soldier soon. france's interior minister says the suspect claims to have connections to al-qaeda and seeking payback for the killing of palestinian children in t
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Nov 13, 2010 11:00pm EST
. >> reporter: prince george's county executive jack johnson and his wife arrested on corruption charges. their home raided hours after a wiretapped conversation. the fbi claims they discussed a $100,000 check from the developer. lesses said you want me to put it down the toilet? jack responded yes, flush that. moments later, the johnsons discussed almost $80,000 this cash. johnson allegedly told his wife to hide the money in her bra. >> i'm the elected county executive and i said earlier that when the facts are revealed, i am absolutely convinced without a shadow of a doubt that i am going to be vindicated. >> reporter: charges may be linked to a development near the green belt metro station. in a separate civil case, a hotel owner claims johnson solicited bribes. >> we're doing all this voting, and the people who we selecting are doing us not right. >> reporter: at a popular barber shop in the county, constituents are outraged. >> i know him personally. obviously if these allegations are true, i'm terribly disappointed that he's fallen to temptation. >> stay with wjz for complete coverage of
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Sep 1, 2009 11:00pm EDT
was servened. >> i do. i do. >> reporter: 16-year-old la gel george faces adult manslaughter charges in connection with the death. his trial is scheduled for next month. chris' family will never get him back. they simply want justice. >> i think he would be proud that we are all standing up for him. >> reporter: the teen that entered the plea had a troubled past including 15 disciplinary referrals in the past school year, the department of juvenile services placed him on in formal supervision following an assault in march. in anne arundel county. >>> the judge will review the case, not known how long the 15-year-old will be in the facility. >>> coming one after the other, first bill, danny and now tropical storm erica is out in the atlantic. we have it from the weather center, bob. >> a very active season, usually september is the most active time for these storms. take a look at the last satellite image. where is this storm expected to go? we have it a little bit stronger than earlier. expected to head to the northwest slowly, has moved slowly and wins as high as 58, almost
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Apr 5, 2012 11:00pm EDT
control. >> inside the fateful 911 call from trayvon martin's death. who george zimmerman claims he said just moments before shooting the teenager. >> a teacher in trouble and her unusual classroom discipline keeps students from speaking out. >> and an april friday, a gorgeous opening day for the orioles. i'm have the complete forecast for the weekend ahead. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 45 degrees and clear in central maryland right now, and the complete first morning weather forecast is coming up. an incredible spectacle in downtown st. louis, a steam pipe ruptures buckling the pavement and sending a plume of steam over the city. crews were able to shut off the valve in about an hour. no injuries were reported. the underground steam line helped to heat a number of buildings. >>> an anti-bullying rally outside a texas high school ended with a melee. it started out peacefully, and then two men are seen taunting the group and start throwing punches. police arrived and detained them. they were a football player from the high school and his father. the father was charged with assault and
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Jul 10, 2009 11:00pm EDT
] >>> for almost an entire day, the emergency workers in prince george's county had difficulty communicating. an agitator with a stolen fire department radio kept polluting the airwaves with his chatter, taunts, and music. [ indiscernible ] >> i'll pick you up here now -- [ indiscernible ] >> hay asked him to stop. >> police even tried to meet up with the rogue radio operator, but addresses he gave only led to a left-winger wild goose chase. [ indiscernible ] >> they say despite the interference no one's safety was compromised and emergency crews were able to respond to each call for help. the county is implementing a new digital radio system next year which will allow the dispatchers to block rogue signals. >>> a spokesperson for the baltimore city police has suspended -- denied sending a nude picture of a woman it a tv station. officer troy harris was reportedly trying to email a mug shot of a suspect but mistakenly attached a picture of a naked woman. that picture was saved to the hard drive of his city-issued computer. harris is a nine-year veteran of the department. the department decli
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Feb 10, 2010 11:00pm EST
workers to clear the scene prince george's county, a salt truck traveling on 495 with its bed raised for some reason got stuck under a bridge overpass. the vehicle lost most of its load which was road salt. not the worst thing to lose in this -- these kind of conditions. no one was hurt in this accident. on maryland roads, governor o'malley said more than 700 accidents today alone. back inside to you. >> thank you very much, mary. >>> still to come, today's blizzard virtually shutdown washington, dc. >> and how did the storm break new records in the nation's cament? stay with us. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i love winter. with my subaru forester and its all-wheel drive... ... handling even the toughest conditions... is just another day at the beach. >>> welcome back, everyone. here is a live look outside at tv hill. like every where else, quite a bit of acouple lace laition. today's storm didn't spare anile region of the atlantic reamon. the nation's most recognizable landmarks were barely visible this morning. federal government will be close ford a fourth straight day. i the longest weat
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