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Aug 23, 2013 11:00pm EDT
... break's over, george. ed, you just tell that customer we padded her bill? ...and 55. thanks for playing pennsylvania power lotto today. benefits to public school... get out of here. talking to you, ed. you can stick it where the sun don't shine, tommy, 'cause i quit! (laughing) (cheering) look at this! (cheering and applause) how long you playing the lotto, ed? well, since my sister pam was old enough to buy me a ticket. hey, ed! what are you planning on doing with the eight million? what do you think? i'm gonna spend it! (applause and whooping) oh, yeah. well, detective strickland just caught that double over in point breeze. i'll call you later. look like you could use a few winks, walt. too many open jobs, lil. hoping you might be able to take one off my plate. heard one might be thawing out? auto mechanic named ed dubinski got popped in fishtown on his way back from the swiftmart. way back to where? working late in the garage. shooter took his wallet. robbery gone bad. what we thought. thing is, dubinski wasn't just any grease monkey. he won eight million in the lottery six
CBS
Jul 14, 2013 11:00pm EDT
action after a not guilty in the george zimmerman case. the response from the attorneys and what's next. >>> good evening. that's what people are talking tonight. george zimmerman may be a free man but people across the country are protesting his acquittal. wjz we have complete coverage. rochelle ritchie is live with local rallies in baltimore but let's start in sanford, florida with the latest reaction to the not guilty verdict. >> trayvon, trayvon! >> reporter: thousands of people across the country hit the streets to show they're not happy george zimmerman was acquitted. >> we're disappointed with the verdict. >> reporter: from the east coast. >> what do we want? >> justice! >> reporter: to the west coast, peaceful protesters voiced their opinions. >> we came out because right now we're still empty handed. >> not guilty. >> reporter: a jury found the neighborhood watchman not guilty in the shooting death of trayvon martin. many who live here in sanford were trying to move on. >> we went to court and he was proven not guilty. >> reporter: zimmerman is a freeman but his brother an
CBS
Mar 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
, his car or a working cell phone. spoke with george delaney's parents and about investigators about the strange disappearance. >> reporter: his car was discovered abandoned in a ditch and he wasn't reported missing until two days later. but there weren't reports of him trying to take out money. >> reporter: say their 21-year- old son was struggling in his new political science major. >> he needed his father. >> reporter: so he drove to up state new york to have a talk on thursday. george decided not to drop out. both apartments -- parents talked to them and then his phone started. >> sure he's got my 8-year-old car, but where is my son. his roommate said he was going out for a few minutes and he never came back. >> reporter: his car was found on the way from rochester to here. but he hasn't used his atm card or his cell phone since then. it's as if he's vanished. >> reporter: george, contact us. >> reporter: spent 9 hours searching the area. a witness reported to have seen a white truck pulled over to help the college student. that's the last sighting. >> they think he decided he ne
CBS
Jun 13, 2010 11:00pm EDT
journey we have all been on! back in 2002 george w george took jodi and david to write a great show about the first white dj in memphis to put black music in the middle of the radio and look what happened. we have so many people to thank. all of the producers you rorke on my world. also i want to thank those four regional theatres who made this possible, theatre works in palo aalto, california, north shore music theatre, la jolla playhouse and the fifth avenue in seattle. you allowed us to do our work and we got it done, baby, we got it done! >> to be fair, no, we're going to keep talking. >> here's the tony winner once again from "memphis", okay, oh, crap, what am i doing. they're going to perform again because they just won. (cheers and applause) ♪ make it ♪ come in with your ♪ even ♪ you need it ♪ your rock 'n' ♪ and if you listen to the beat and hear what's in your soul ♪ you'll never let anyone steal your rock and roll. ♪ captioning made possible by cadillac, proud sponsor of the 2010 tony awards. and cbs. captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org
CBS
Apr 18, 2011 11:00pm EDT
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CBS
May 27, 2010 11:00pm EDT
exposed this scandal. >> reporter: george washington elementary had some of the highest test scores in the city receiving a coveted blue ribbon award and praise from the first lady. >> at george washington elementary teachers refuse to let their students become statistics. >> reporter: that's why the allegations that teachers were cheating to raise test scores was a scandal. >> don't even think of it. >> reporter: parent harding was the whistle blower after several students told her an administrator was cheating. >> our students are the ones that are really suffering in this ordeal. >> reporter: it took years, but the final report came out that she was right. investigators poured through tests, a high number of erased answered, even the suspicious direction of the erasers. >> no teacher, no principal can make the allegations, we didn't know how serious this was. >> reporter: the city school's ceo asked for and got the teaching license revoked for the principal susan bridges who previously spoke to wjz about her school's performance. >> the students are comfortable here, they like being
CBS
Nov 14, 2011 11:00pm EST
. >> reporter: police tracked coleman to a house at prince george's county where he came out with an ak47 and shot an officer in the face. that officer is expected to make a full recovery. >> he's just letting off round after round with the ak. >> reporter: investigators say the shooting was not random. the violence comes just before the start of the holiday shopping season and as concerns are building over security, with the new casino set to open in a few moments. it's expected to draw thousands of customers to the area. police tell wjz tips from witnesses led them to coleman. the victims were 25 and 30 years old both were from prince georges county. at arundel mill, mike hellgren, wjz news. >>> prince george's county police have identified the six officers involved in the shooting, one of them corporal phillip foster was injured in that gunfire. >>> caught in the act, just released wiretaps reveal former councilwoman johnson and county executive jack johnson as they frankicly decide to hide $80,000 cash. >> what do you want me to do with this money? what do you want me to do. >> put it in
CBS
Dec 6, 2012 11:00pm EST
as he issues a challenge to prince george's county executive days before they meet up in a regional rivalry, next. >>> mild air headed our way. complete forecast coming up next. >>> it is partly cloudy, 31 degrees in central maryland right now. the complete fore cost is coming up. >>> panic in the streets of buenes aires. people tried to cover their mouths as they walked outside. office workers wore gas masks. the sulfur-like odor came from a container fire. it was only mildly toxic and posed no major health risk. >>> subway and train service was suspended because of that cloud. >>> the officer was standing outside his parked vehicle as a truck headed right toward him. the driver crashed into a support cable and stopped just short of hitting the police car. investigators say the woman had a combination of medication and controlled substances in her system. >>> computer software billionaire john mcafee is hospitalized in guatemala. he's wanted for questioning in regarding the killing of a neighbor. he sold his antivirus in the 1990s. he moved three years ago where he's clashed with n
CBS
Oct 29, 2010 11:00pm EDT
brought out 219,000 people. a 6.3% of eligible voters. prince george's county saw the most early voters with baltimore county behind. of course wjz is your home for complete coverage of campaign 2010. tuesday night, count on wjz toe bring you the latest reports plus live reaction from the candidates. >>> a new push from baltimore's major to bring new life to the city's problematic vacant buildings. the city is going to offer a $5,000 tax credit for those who buy and fix up broken homes. it would fund about 100 homes. >>> imagine driving down i95 and seeing a car coming right at you. it happened on the packed interstate in philadelphia. one driver caught it all on his cell phone. manuel gallegos reports. >> reporter: cell phone video caught a station wagon driving northbound on i95 against traffic. tim flemings shot the void owe including the sounds of cars crashing to avoid a head on collision. >> the female driver wasn't speeding going 45 to 50 miles per hour. >> it was crazy, i'm going 95 north and she's going 95 month 95 north but on the southbound. >> reporter: fleming says he waive
CBS
Nov 4, 2010 11:00pm EDT
you can, 4-1/2 billion years ago. >> no, can't do it. >>> former president's all time low. george w. bush reveals what he says was the worse moment of his presidency and it's not what you expect. >>> and we have a cool weekend headed our way. i'm bob turk, i'll have your complete weather forecast coming up next. >>> the yardley love tragedy. the harassment and the abuse, what's being done to stop dating violence, next. ,,,,,, [ male announcer ] baltimore. 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 and american brewery building. because when you're giving, lending and investing in more communities across the country, more opportunities happen. >> it is 48 degrees and cloudy. as if an earthquake and cholera outbreak is not enough, haiti is now bracing for tropical storm thomas. thomas is packing wi
CBS
May 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
evening everyone and thanks for joining us. 17 year old trevaughn martin was shot by george zimmerman in florida and tonight his mother comes to baltimore to talk about his death. >> reporter: she got a warm welcome and staling ovation when pastors introduced her as the mother of the new civil rights movement but it was a title and a role to she never wanted. trevaughn martin's mother overwhelmed by support. >> it's so easy for me to cry every day but i can't. i have work to do. >> reporter: she spoke to the baltimore congregation nearly three months after the death of her son. george zimmerman now faces trial for the killing. >> my heart is filled right now to see you and see baltimore and know your pastor standing behind me. >> reporter: the founder spent weeks at fulton's side following the death of her son and helped channel the outrage into protest rallies and this one in baltimore. >> it's just overwhelming just to see how many people is effected. >> reporter: the coworkers donated 34 weeks to allow her to receive a pay check while dealing with the tragedy. >> we couldn't think of
CBS
Jul 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
murdering trayvon martin as randal pinkston report, george zimmerman reached out to martin's family in his first interview since posting bond a second time. >> i just think it's a tragic situation. >> reporter: george zimmerman says his tragic confrontation didn't take long before martin started throwing punches. zimmerman recounted how martin approached him shortly after martin called police about a suspicious person last february. >> he asked me why what my problem was. i looked up and punched me and broke my nose. >> reporter: the neighborhood watch captain has been freed but not seen since posting $1 million bond. zimmerman claims the unarmed teen attacked him while he was patrolling a gated community. mr tin's family alleges zimmerman shot their son because he was black. zimmerman said he felt his life was in danger. >> he said you're going to die tonight [ bleep ], and took one hand off of my mouth and i felt it going down my chest to my belt enemy holster. >> reporter: george zimmerman also apologized to martin's parents, and saying that though childless himself, he understan
CBS
Jan 29, 2013 11:00pm EST
. we're watching this guy at a bottom. >> rose: one one clude with george saunders his book is called the "tenth of december" and this is what the "new york times" said the best book you'll read this year george saunders "tenth of december." >> at certain critical points i was sort of encouraged by my life to go for the harder effect which is often the more luminous effect or the kind of vigor effect. it's hard to explain but something about the life seep into the stories. when i got into a critical point where maybe 15 years ago i would prefer the dark sword. now i'm a point i would feel like is there a way to credit some of the positive in my life. >> rose: bradley cooper and george saunders, next. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: bradley cooper is here, millions know him from his movies or people's magazine sexist man alive but if you play closer attention you've seen his talent as a actor this season in "silver linings playbook" nominated as are for an oscar at best actor. here's a look at his performance. >>
CBS
May 8, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. george huguely is charged with her murder. her body discovered in her apartment monday. >> i have a daughter going off to college. lots of things race through your head. there's nothing positive out of this other than possibly teaching moments for your own child. >> how a young woman could face such danger is on the minds of many today. love's death, even touching hearts of those passing by the cathedral today. >> i just think the wholening is so trag -- whole thing is so tragic. 22 years old, killed in such a manner. i'm bawling my eyes out. i don't even know the girl. but the casket out with all of the flowers, very sad. very sad. >> reporter: many students or graduates of notre dame prep are there to remember their alum. also teammates of yeardley love. and university students and graduates. >> just trying to make some sense of it all, i guess. i graduated from the university in 1975. it just really seemed to hit me hard, the senselessness, the incomp hencibility. just so many aspects, i think, have overwhelmed people. >> reporter: and wjz's media partner, the baltimore sun is re
CBS
Mar 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
watch volunteer george zimmerman followed the teen. he says he fired in self-defense. >> no justice, no peace. >> reporter: members of a maryland church urged the attorney general to prosecute the case as a hate crime. they believe he was a victim of racial profiling. >> there's a lack of confidence in the local and state officials to do the right thing here. >> reporter: it's sparked renewed calls for activism across the country. here in baltimore, hundreds took to the streets calling for justice. >> at one point, i had a tear stream from my eye. >> reporter: the organizer said the rally was a first step in a greater movement. >> if we as a community come together, we can make a difference and we can prevent our young people from being the next trayvon martin. >> reporter: the lawyer for the martin family says they appreciate all the support, they just want to make sure the protests remain peaceful. >> thank you very much. george zimmerman claims martin punched him and bashed his head into the sidewalk before the shooting and some witnesses back up that claim. >>> flames have already d
CBS
Aug 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
are on a mission, digging up the past in prince george's county. >> reporter: in the shallows of the river, near upper marlboro is the sight of maryland's largest artifacts from the war of 1812. >> it's very interesting that we found it here in the heart of maryland. there are probably other vessels nearby. >> reporter: susan langley is an underwater archaeologist, surveying a ship that may have been part of the chesapeake bay floatilla. >> it may be barney flagship. it may nay not. >> reporter: divers dipped into the murky water, hoping to recover artifacts left behind when the ship sank >>> physically standing on a deck that nobody has stood on since the ship sank. >> reporter: archaeologists rely on their hands to learn about the ship. >> you only have a foot or 2 of visibility. it's as if you are in snowstorm or a blizzard. you can hardly find anything. >> reporter: funding will go to fund tourism efforts throughout the state. >> i expect to find, rope, leather -- >> reporter: ships may be hiding below the surface. >> total number? it varies in the count, it could be as many as 1
CBS
Aug 6, 2010 11:00pm EDT
bodies were discovered in river dale prince george's county. they were found in a home that is overflowing with rotting garbage. the crime scene is proving to be a unique challenge for investigators, weijia jiang. >> it was devastating to see the decay the victims lived and died in. investigators still investigating this scene, and they are also trying to pin down a motive for the murder. >> reporter: police find two women in their 30s, a 3-year- old girl and a 5-year-old boy shot to death inside a makeshift apartment on top of a garage. an unthinkable amount of garbage spills out from both dwellings which police say are infested with rodents and mold. and they also say there's no running water. >> the scene is horrific, there's a lot of garbage, a lot of debris, a lot of what appears to be human feces in containers. >> reporter: the scene was so filthy, health officials had to be brought in to make sure it was safe to go in. >> you never know what you're going to find. >> reporter: police will not confirm how many people lived here but they are investigating several people of
CBS
May 23, 2010 11:00pm EDT
injuries are at war. this battleground right now is prince george's county. >> reporter: it is an unwelcomed visitor to our state. and it's man against bug in prince george county. now the environmental agency is joining several states and canada to wage a war. this is the problem, the emerald ashborge beetle. >> the cost of eradicating the emerald beetle is in the millions. >> reporter: it was rediscovered two years ago. one recent strategy to eliminate it's ash tree food source in counties before the beetle spreads and quarantine any firewood from leaving the area which could transport the bug. this bug originates in china but made it to states in wood crates. the latest tactic, purple sticky traps in your neighborhood. >> 4,000 of these traps are going to be placed in maryland this season. and with hopes of collecting any ash, any emerald ash borge that have spread out of our quarantine area. >> reporter: about 10% of baltimore's trees are ash. the wood is also used for baseball bats. if experts can't stop this army of beetles from traveling on its stomach, the loss could be in
CBS
Oct 12, 2009 11:00pm EDT
someone in this area has been hit and killed by a train. administrator lewis george on the dangers. >> it's a tragedy that goes without -- you know, without words. always use a bridge, use a car, a bike, go somewhere, but never, ever get near railroad tracks. >> this morning students were notified by their home room teachers of what had happened and were also made aware that the crisis counseling team was going to be available. >> the copy of the problem was exposed that has killed so many, including a 14-year-old hit by a train in prince george's county while taking a shortcut to school. last year more than 450 people across this country died, seven right here in maryland. >> amtrak has made a concerted effort to put fences up, but kids still try to get through it. >> reporter: now another family is dealing with the heart ache of a tragedy on the tracks. >> it's a serious danger that children need to understand. >> fright now shawn's family is simply trying to cope with this, and they ask that people respect their privacy. in elkton, cecil county, wjz eyewitness news. >> the track
CBS
May 11, 2010 11:00pm EDT
her son george hughley says, though my pain is great, it will never come close to the anguish felt by the love family. we will support george any way we can just like any mother or father would for their child. one of the proposed changes includes improving the reporting system for police when a university student is arrested. uva's president said he had no idea hughley was arrested while attending the university and had he found out hughley would have been suspended immediately. love was found dead in her charlottesville apartment last week. hughley admitted to having a violent fight with love a few hours before she died. >>> a story where a 19-year-old girl is being treated with gonorrhea. kelly mcpherson explains police are still trying to figure out how she contracted the disease. >> reporter: police are waiting for medical results that the mother of the victim will prove that her little girl was raped by someone the family knew. police say a 19 -month-old girl has the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea and are investigating if she got it from a rapist. no one has been char
CBS
Jul 25, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the eyewitness newsroom. this is down from the dc suburbs of montgomery county and prince george's county where you can see monstrous trees collapse tonight. bernadette woods will have a closer look at the path of that storm, but let's begin with derrek valcourt and a view of all the damage. >> reporter: in some cases those storms rolled through in just a couple of minutes, but that was enough to do damage and kill a woman. >> i was told that the tree fell down as the car was coming through. two people were in the car. >> reporter: the storm caught some of the worse damage in the washington dc suburbs, from bethesda to chevy chase. >> i looked out the window, it was a dark gray horizontal movement of green and gray. >> reporter: a wjz viewer snapped these images where strong winds toppled tents. wind damage wreaked havoc on power lines across the area. the storms caught many marylanders by surprise. >> i was lying by the pool. my wife says looks like a storm coming. >> reporter: within seconds, a storm was rearing down on them. >> i grabbed my towel and shoes, and ran toward the ba
CBS
Oct 17, 2009 11:00pm EDT
broke out at around 9 a.m. in the apartments in green belt. prince george's county police official say numerous residents were rescued after being trapped-side. nine people were transported to hospitals with various injuries. and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >>> baltimore city police investigating a rollover accident happened around five this evening right in front of the kennedy institute on green spring the car land on its roof and was flipped over and towed a-- towed away. it's unclear what injuries the occupant suffer if any. cause of the car crash is uncleared but appears weather could have banish eu. >>> we really cannot complain too much about the weather if you look at the neighbors to the north with dealing with. look here. we are talking about snow and mid-october. and it's not that far away. the higher parts of central pennsylvania and southern new york received up to 6 inches of snow. meanwhile in our area, it was just another soggy day. the rain has been coming down pretty much knop stone the last couple days and in fact let's look live outside right
CBS
Jul 23, 2010 11:00pm EDT
too. the other school george washington elementary was also investigated and in the spring, city school leaders did find evidence of test tampering there. back to you on tv hill. >> thank you, gigi. in a statement obtained by the baltimore sun, falls says that the tests could be traced back to two new teachers who have not received approval yet. >>> their story was made into a best selling book and oscar winning movie. tonight the couple behind the blind side made a special appearance in baltimore. >> reporter: for michael oher sunday afternoons are a world away from the neglect and poverty of his childhood. after being abandoned, he was found by trudy. if it sounds familiar, it should. >> the powder room is right there and we'll be up stair s if you need us. >> reporter: their story was told on the oscar winning movie, the blind side. >> it's such a powerful movie, and it all started with two words when my wife told me to turn around on the street. anybody can do that. and that's how we challenge people in the book. >> reporter: their book is not the blind side but the lessons t
CBS
Jul 9, 2010 11:00pm EDT
are confident they will be convicted. prince george's county police beat a university of maryland student near a massive riot near campus. it happened right after the school's victory over duke in men's basketball. the same night police arrested 28 students for disorderly conduct. including senior brandon johnson who a judge found not guilty this week. >> they singed me out because i was there. i was the last one, when you fish, you don't catch all the fish. >> reporter: he says police gave him a busted lip. the police he once trusted. >> seeing that they were our enemies that night not our friends. >> reporter: johnson's attorney roberts represents three other defendant, three of whom no longer face charges after they were dropped thursday. many of all the students charges have being cleared. >> students have rights and these students were not breaking the law, and many of them against who's force was used were not resisting. >> reporter: the drops charges are exactly what many students expected from the very beginning. >> they started charging students who weren't even doing any
CBS
Jan 21, 2012 11:00pm EST
, 65-60. 12-6 overall. the basketball coach, gary, treading water with an 0-20 season. george mason, the former georgia head coach, here is dionne james in delaware. george mason led as much as 18. a late tied come back with 72- 60 victory. indicative of how the season is, the word is swapportunity. can i have the definition? swapportunity: the opportunity to swap a higher calorie snack for a yoplait light. can you use it in a sentence? mmm. swapping a 300 calorie donut for this 110 calorie strawberry shortcake is a good swapportunity. that's not a real word. oh haha it's real. [ female announcer ] delicious, creamy, yoplait light. over 30 flavors each around 100 calories. do the swap today. age. >>> a piece of american history. dozens turned over to the guns believed to have been used by bonnie and clyde, the 45 caliber submachine gun and the gauge shotgun sold for combined $210,000. did they actually ever get away with that much money back then? with that much money back then? thhey, whadrinkin'? i'm drinkin' dunkin'. coffee -- black, straight up. extra cream, three sugars. iced c
CBS
Jan 8, 2012 11:00pm EST
in prince george's county face charges after one of them was accidentally shot during a hunting trip. it happened in a park in fort washington. investigators say a dear startled the group and one of the hunters opened fire it with a shotgun, hitting another man in the stomach. >> all of the charges are related to the illegal hunting accusation, not the shooting. the man who was shot is expected to survive his injuries. >> >> a search dog in prince george's county prompts his own rescue mission. vito is signed to the urban rescue team. during his training, he spotted a dog -- dog and took off. he found out that the dog was the subject of a pretty intensive search >> i got a call at 10:30 and a gentlemen, he was so calm it was amazing, he said "you are looking for your dog, i have your dog." >> very happy trainer. she said she plans to have the dog vito microchipped in case he wanders off again. >> >> more speed cameras if the county council approves a new contract. "wjz" is live on the story. derrick has more on how many cameras they are asking for. >> reporter: they say they want 14,
CBS
Aug 14, 2011 11:00pm EDT
of watches but the warnings right now are for prince georges county until 1230 the frederick and montgomery until 1:00 a.m. we've had a lot f o rain coming down in a short bit of time. let's give you an idea of how these totals. millington has had 7.30-inchs in late 24 hours. these are 24 hour totals. parkville in baltimore county about 3.25. 3.39 inches in salisbury. pleasant hills near harper county, the science center in baltimore and rose vail just around 2. a5 inches. these are 24 hour totals and as you can see we are adding to those over the next few hours. adam we will keep you posted. >>> all right. thank you. the heavy rains trill regard flash flooding up and down the entire east coast. drivers were trapped in rising water. >> from the carolinas through maryland and up to new england a strong line of rain accident r leads to accidents and rescues saturday and sunday. some intersecs turned into lake and numerous driver had to abandon their vehicles. that includes one person rescued by boat. they also had to clear storm drains where an underpass was closed for hours becaus
CBS
May 15, 2012 11:00pm EDT
that convince the jury george hughly violently murdered yeardley love. love who grew up in cockysville was murdered at uva. also on display 200 photos including one of her blood spattered room, a busted door and aggressive angry text messages. >>> a baltimore doctor faces charges for helping terminally ill patients commit suicide. >> reporter: dr. lawrence edger is the modern day jack cavorgian. he's been arrested several times for assisting suicides. >> how many people have you helped? >> roughly 100. >> reporter: a group that offers support in a suicide plan for people suffering from fatal diseases and conditions. authorities in minnesota are the latest to criminally charge the doctor and his colleagues. edward traveled to the twin cities to see a patient. >> she eventually decided to take her life with the assistance of an organization known as the final exit network. >> reporter: doreen was 57 years old living with chronic pain for three years. she secretly called final exit and died of helium asphyxia. >> you will have a bag of helium, and the person will breathe the h
CBS
May 16, 2012 11:00pm EDT
shooting. medical records could help george zimmerman. >> reporter: new details emerging about the struggle between george zimmerman and trayvon martin that ended with the unarmed teen's death from a single gunshot wants last february. zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder. he said he fires in self- defense. new evidence includes state crime analysis of his close, including gunpowder residue suggesting he and zimmerman were just inches apart. there are also two surveillance videos, one from the convenience store martin visited before the shooting, the other from the clubhouse of the gated community where he died. a source told cbs news and unreleased please report noted zimmerman sweatshirt had grass stains and was wet on the back and zimmerman's medical report from the day after the shooting lists a broken nose, two black eyes, and a cut on the back of his head. internet -- injuries not apparent in this police video taken minutes after the shooting. a family attorney says she's not convinced. >> i'm not saying he didn't have the broken nose. i'm saying this was documented
CBS
Jul 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
what god george zimmerman is worshiping. there's no way the god i serve has in his plans for george to murder my son. >> zimmerman the fatal confrontation started when the 17-year-old approached him and started throwing punches. >>> tonight as crews continue to fix a major water main break downtown, new problems are facetion the aging water supply system. >> reporter: the break of a 133-year-old water main turned light street into a river shutting it down for three weeks for repairs. they knew the main was at risk but with little money and others classified as high risk, it hadn't been replaced. they're calling on congress for help. >> what's happening in baltimore, maryland, is happening in every one of our states. this is not a one-state problem. this is a national problem. and i can tell you, people are outraged. >> reporter: baltimore city's crumbling system supplies the entire region including baltimore county and hartford county. many fear it is still not enough to keep up with the aging system. >> testified that she would like to see some sort of a trust fund established. thi
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Apr 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
closely linked by national media outlets to trayvon martin's in florida. george zimmerman is charged with the 17-year-old's murder, accused of racially profiling martin. during pretrial hearing, the victim said he was cornered, slam to the ground, and beaten. the trial is scheduled to begin on wednesday morning at 9:00. we'll be here, bringing you the latest. reporting at the courthouse, wjz eyewitness news. >> now the brothers' lawyer asked for a judge and not jury to try the case, claiming it would be difficult to find an impartial jury. >>> someone tries to hide some drugs and tweet sweet cash. the drugs were found after the flight arrive from el salvador. the drugs are worth $130,000 and the woman said she didn't know drugs were in her item. >>> a relative found five victims this morning at the house in prince georges county. three family members and two borders died. firefighters blame their deaths on a faulty furnace. they believe the gas leaked out of a broken exhaust pipe as temperatures overnight. >>> mitt romney easily win primaries, solidifying his position as the
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Nov 15, 2010 11:00pm EST
the other way when tax fraud is happening. claims of corruption in prince george's county began at the top when the county executive jack johnson was charged with taking prescribes. nine others including three police officers have been indicted in two different scams. the first involves a howard county who owns three liquor stores. they sell cigarettes and alcohol without paying the appropriate taxes and that they were helped by a corporate in the prince george's county police department. armrick have been implicated. dozens of bank accounts, cars and property must be surrendered. including the $3.1 million home in clarksville. the second set of suspects include officer simick who was selling cocaine. >> these individuals are bad people that need to go away. it's going to impact us and this will kick you in the gut. >> reporter: jack johnson maintains his innocence. after the fbi affidavit outlined a conversation between him and his wife leslie about a $100,000 check from a developer. he says tear it up. that's the only thing you need to do. he refers to $80,000 in cash: he says put it
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Apr 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
controversy over the donations that george zimmerman receivedded as he awaiting trial for the death of trayvon martin. a judge will not force zimmerman to turn in the money that poured into his website. bond was set at $150,000 and zimmerman was released from jail monday. he faces second degree murder charges in the death of the teen. >>> a woman is suing her dentist after he dropping a dental screwdriver down her throat. x-rays show the instrument lodged in her stomach. she claims the dentist told her to try and vomit it out or try to pass it naturally. davis says when that failed she had to have it surgically removed. she's suing for pain and suffering. >>> a woman on new york's long island says she donated a kidney to her boss and then was fired. >> reporter: debby stevens says if she didn't live through it she wouldn't even believe it but she claims it's all true. >> i felt ashamed. >> reporter: stevens was working as an assistant to an executive. her boss jackelyn. she became a link in a multiple patient link that resulted on a kidney for her boss. >> i donated on her behalf so
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Sep 13, 2011 11:00pm EDT
something that she wasn't telling us >> george and and cathy sit down with drchl dr. fill going through the case >> you have to understand in the background i have feel telling me from the sheriff's department, even from family members that they felt that casey was hiding caylee from me on purpose >> another moment comes as the anthony's watch one of 0009their jailhouse talkings with casey. >> what was that question >> i didn't know if casey had her hidden away somewhere q. speck somewhere >> speculation over the loss of their granddaughter is clear >> i know caylee isn't with us anymore. i know that. i know that. >> reporter: drill fill dr. fill did not pay them for their ber interview. >>> you can see part two of this interview tomorrow at 3:00 right here. >>> changes are coming to the way children are screened at airport security check points. the tsa say it will do away with pat downs for children under the age of 12. children will no longer have to remove their shoes when going through security. the changes are expected within a few weeks >>> ravens fans have savor the opening game
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Feb 21, 2013 11:00pm EST
love and george hughly destined for caster? >> i don't know what was going through his mind that night. >> reporter: in a drunken rage, he beats her and leaves her to die. convicted of murder, hughly is serving a 23-year sentence. >> he keeps thinking and believing this isn't real. you have a slight feeling that she will walk through the door. >> reporter: not a day goes by that sharon and leslie don't think about what if. if only they knew then what they know now about domestic violence, yardley could still be here now. >> i'm more aware of people's behaviors and characteristic than i ever was before. >> reporter: each year, domestic violence kills 1500 women between 15 and 26 years old. yardley's family now sees the dangerous signs they all missed. >> there were a few instances where he got angry and grabbed her. did she tell you about this? >> i think he held her down around her neck. that's a major sign, which we've learned since then. >> reporter: sharon and election say founded the 1 love foundation to warn young women so they can escape a potentially deadly relationship. t
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May 4, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. love's exboyfriend george hughley also a lacrosse university student, admitted to beaten love. >> we are confident that miss love's dead was not intended but an accident with a tragic outcome. >> reporter: police are still trying to piece together the relationship between love and hughley. >> we're confident that once we've interviewed the people that need to be investigated we'll find out what really happened. >> she was just a sweetheart. her family was amazing, i feel horrible for her family. i couldn't imagine what they are going through. >> reporter: chris robinson coaches rival mcgalveston community, and he says the word spread quickly. >> they have our thoughts and prayers, they ever all our condolences toward them. >> reporter: hughley previously threatened an officer during a run in back in november of 2008. at the time he told the officer, i will kill you, i'm not going to jail. before she tased him and put him in handcuffs. mike hellgren. >> hughley pleaded guilty in that incident. >>> federal investigators say faisal shahzad's name was put on the no fly list just hours be
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Sep 29, 2011 11:00pm EDT
latest developments. >>> an ambulance catches fire and explodes in prince george's county. what you just saw is the oxygen tanks blowing up inside that ambulance. a volunteer firefighters captured the video on rhode island avenue in mount reinier avenue. >>> terror threat in the air. the fbi unfoiled a plot to blow up the pentagon with model airplanes but could the plan go through? there are no restrictions in buying these planes in the united states. but terror experts say they are too small to inflict any damage. >>> paying to use your bank card. that's what bank of america is asking customers to do. other banks could soon follow. bank of america customers did not welcome the news. >> i think it's crazy, at the end of the day they charge us other fees, this is ridiculous. >> reporter: bank of america joins sun trust in initiating fees for using a debit card. bank fees continue to climb to record levels. fees are now a report 2:40 2.40 for using an atm. >> i would say the day of the bank has gone out like the dinosaur. >> reporter: this weekend another regular takes effect that limits t
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Oct 26, 2013 11:00pm EDT
clemenson took control from there when clemenson quarterback took it for the halftime. then george keeping this for the touchdown and that put the tigers up 26-14. they put it up winning 40-27. a beautiful day for football in annapolis. this one went down to the end. in the fourth quarter trailing 21-14. then with one second left, they had a chance for the win. the 30 yards field goal. they win at 24-21 and end a two game losing streak. the tigers got on the board first. no score. peter finds an opening and a touchdown. wes had 5 touchdowns for the tigers. tyson was leading 24. carpenter returns at 34 yards for a touchdown and that put them up at 27-12. they win it 48-42. howard wins 28-14. game three of the world series tonight in st. louis. right now game is in the eighth inning. the cardinals leading the red sox. ,,me four is tomorrow what are you doing? we're switching car insurance. why? because these guys are the cheapest. why? good question. because a cut-rate price could mean cut-rate protection. you should listen to this guy. [ female announcer ] get great protection and a great p
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Jul 30, 2009 11:00pm EDT
. >> george sherrill, traded from the orioles to the l. a. dodgers. the orioles get two minor league prospects. his relief appearance with kansas city was the last in the o's uniform. saved 51 games last season. sherrill to the dodgers for josh bell and pitching prospect steve johnson. it is a homecoming for johnson. here he is at camden yards. he's the son of dave johnson. steve was drafted by the dodgers in 2005. >>> the big league birds wrapped up the series with kansas city this afternoon, and brad bergesen threw seven strong innings. a 7-3 orioles victory. it ended ugly for the rookie. he would take a line drive off the bat of billy butler. he limped off the field in pain, but he is not cleared of injuries just yet. >> they say worst case scenario, hairline fracture. i'm going to be optimistic about it right now and things, in 24 hours, you have a much better idea. >> the team was lucky to dodge another injury when an outfielder went into the stands. the o's standard with boston tomorrow night. >>> the signing of first round michael orr with the ravens. he gets a five year contr
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Jul 18, 2009 11:00pm EDT
seeing president george herbert walker bush make a jump just a few weeks ago on his 80th birthday. she figured if he did it, she could, too. you go, girl. (announcer) tired of nighttime breathing problems? (sniffy/congested noises) ("whish, whish") here's the solution. (applause) is it a bandage you ask? no! it's famous, drug free breathe right. (squeaky noise) ingenious flexible strips that fit your nose to gently open your nasal passages... (free air/deep breath) ...for up to 31% more airflow. (female) wow! (announcer) you'll breathe better so you'll sleep better! small strip. big relief. bright idea! breathe better. sleep better. breathe right. >>> that is our report for tonight. be sure sure to watch eyewitness news morning edition. starting at 8:00 a.m. for bob and stan, i'm denise koch. thanks for watching. csi new york is next. enjoy tomorrow. it's going to be a beautiful day. good night. larry dunby: the topic on every new yorker's mind?
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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