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May 13, 2012 11:35pm EDT
on friday. >>> police interrogating former student george huguely. he was accused of killing yardley love. it's one of several items made available this tuesday and wednesday if of court officials. a judge refused to release the materials after a request by "the washington post." >>> a university of maryland student with a threat on-line will face a judge. alexand alexander tsong said he wanted to kill enough people to make it to national news. he faces several charges. >> still to come here on "washington weekly," the g-8 summit kicks off this week. a preview from frederick county. >> and we'll tell you about the rain after this break. >>> i'm in the weather center. the clouds have arrived. the rain on our back doorstep. you can >>> later this week, frederick county will host a g-8 summit. >> besides world leaders, protesters including the occupy movement will descend on a small town. brad bell has a preview for us. >> when the g-8 summit convenes in mt. david, their thai will be out of the view of the public. the two state park campgrounds nearby will be closed too creating a bigge
ABC
Mar 1, 2015 11:35pm EST
, prince george's, and st. mary's counties will open two hours late. "good morning washington" starts at 4 a.m. with all the closings and delays. it was once considered a right of passage for some college kids, but violent cases of hazing in the last few years have brought the practice into question. maryland bureau chief brad bell is looking to the penalties lawmakers could sign into action. brad: kevin hayes is a young man on a mission. he was freshman class president at bowie state university. the is a private in the national guard. he hopes to be a lawyer and politician. he thought joining a fraternity would add to his experience and network. that is when the beatings began. >> multiple times per week, hours on end, we were beaten and kicked. brad: he said it was not just older students initiating the pledges. >> grown men with their families. they would beat us and leave. brad: today he is saying enough is enough and he is standing with others speaking out. this student said he was beaten. this person wanted to be a little sister at penn state. >> we were beat, punched in
ABC
Oct 5, 2014 11:35pm EDT
whether or not we want it on television, not up to a professor at george washington. >> he has successfully battled to get commercials off tv. he says he is confident to get broadcasters to stop using the redskins name. >> i don't think you should ban people from saying the word. saves chairman of the fcc they would consider the complaint, saying there are -- >> the redskins have been called that for so long, but it is time for change. feel that it is. >> bears and tigers, except to they can't talk, but they might be unhappy too. kansas city chiefs are worried, i suppose. horace holmes, abc 7 news. countyce george's firefighters doing their part to raise awareness for breast cancer. check out their new fire truck. they are calling it the proud to be pink engine. the firefighters held a special dedication in capitol heights. they say they are hoping to raise awareness one pink truck at a time. we are encouraging you take abc's pink pledge to learn more about cancer. pink to takeom\ the pledge.
ABC
Jun 11, 2016 11:00pm EDT
montgomery county, prince george's, and howard county's, involving a three-story apartment holding with fire on the third floor. a kitchen. who were in the swimming pool noticed smoke and started banging on doors. a neighbor grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran into a smoke-filled apartment before the firefighters arrived, and here is how he described what happened next. >> you could see the black smoke coming from beneath the door. andst pulled the pin started spraying into the kitchen. i was coughing a little bit. i said i was ok. i was holding my breath. roz: firefighters say the damage was largely contained to the one unit because they were able to attack it quickly. we saw some of the chart appliances, in indication of how fast the flames were moving. the apartment is sealed off tonight with yellow tape. that is the only unit right now that has family cannot be in there tonight. they got the other families back damage was pretty minor, all because of the quick thinking that got the neighbors out quickly and the one hero neighbor who try to put the fire out and did a pretty good job
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