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Jan 1, 2013 11:00pm EST
george bush running around spending time with his mistress. we didn't run that story. most of the network news and most papers didn't run it. why should we run that kind of story which to me is the same thing four years late we are bill clinton? >> we know what works in terms of getting people to change their attitude. two things one is protection of risk and the other is perception of the socially unacceptable. and all the studies show that. and that trend is happening we're trying to accelerate it. we're trying to take people out of the system so that don't go into the pipeline and end up being addicts. it's very hard for me to see how you can get people to understand the risk of using cocaine without demonizing addiction-- not the addict. addiction. addiction is a horrible end point. horrible, what it does. we're beginning to learn by the
CBS
Dec 31, 2012 11:00pm EST
connected -- with a show called "great lady," choreographed by george balanchine a russian émigré ballet-maker currently working on broadway. the new chorus boy went on to two more musicals where he was joined by other unemployed ballet dancers. man: nora kaye and jerry, and alicia alonso, too, were in a musical called "stars in your eyes." they were in the chorus, tapping away behind ethel merman. and they went on into ballet theatre, and then i began to watch ballet theatre the first season and i fell in love with it and i thought, "god, what a wonderful place to be." so i auditioned and got into it. narrator: founded in 1940, ballet theatre was the first large-scale american ballet company, dancing contemporary works as well as the traditional russian-influenced repertory. from the beginning it was a touring company, with a touring company's camaraderie. robbins: it was a great school for me to be able to go from rehearsal to rehearsal in the same day and work with different choreographers. narrator: agnes de mille creator of the high-spirited "rodeo," gave the young robbins th
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
Mar 31, 2010 11:00pm EDT
way into prince george's county. they crashed behind me and four officers were hurt in that wreck. two men and a 14-year-old male have been arrested and charged with murder. the multiple crime scenes are an example of how violence can quickly spread. >> in the end if this comes out to be some sort of gang retaliation, shame on all of us. >> reporter: the adult suspects a 26-year-old nathanal similars and 20-year-old orlando carter. right now the juvenile is not being named, police are looking for more suspects, back to you. >>> dc police officers said they saw the suspects throw an ak37 from the fleeing van. >>> pleaded guilty to stealing $100,000 worth of diesel fuel from the city. reportedly stole it and then resold it. the city may have lost up to one million dollars in the scheme. >>> it's an effort that's considered vital to this state and the city. making sure that everyone is counted for the 2010 census. it's a matter that has a major financial impact for maryland. kelly mcpherson explains the new actions being made by city and county leaders. kelly. >> reporter: vic, this is th
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
Oct 9, 2009 11:00pm EDT
say george will be charged as a juvenile not adult. george is accused of punching jones off a bicycle and received a head injury. >> my nephew died from it. it was a death that was involved. he should be sent to adult prison. >> if george was tried as an adult, he could have faced 10 years in prison. but as a juvenile, the stiffest sentence is to be held in confinement until he's 20 years old. >>> maryland remains on the front line of the battle. researchers here played a major roll in developing the vaccine. >> given the fact that this is a young person's flu. given the fact that kids are enormously potent carriers of any germs. we needed it to get to schools. >> you want to hold my hands while i do it. >> reporter: with that, wilmore elementary became the first school to distribute it to students. >> the worse phrase in all of medicine is it's just the flu. because this virus can put you flat on your back. >> we've seen superintendentsings school board members, everybody realizing that if we want students to be safe, we have to be part of the answer. >> reporter: each admini
CBS
Feb 24, 2011 11:00pm EST
soldiers, the dallas home of former president george w. bush and locations in new york. >> we're not surprised that it's new york. new york is seen as the capital of the world. we know that we're at the top of the terrorist target list. >> reporter: the searches turned out wiring, chemical flasks and a clock all bought by amazon.com. a hazmat suit purchased on e bay. plus 30 liters of nitric as sit and 3-gallons of sulfuric acid. when combined can make tnt. but he never got phenol. there's no evidence that he is connected to any terror group. but he claims that 9/11 and speeches by osama bin laden helped him dream about some sort of attack against america. >>> the fbi says aldasari considered using baby dolls to hide explosives and fill a backpack filled with explosives at a nightclub. >>> more terminal eruption in libya and americans are waiting on a ferry despite -- desperate to evacuate rather. gadhafi supporters are fighting back. storm winds and waves are delaying americans headed to malta. >>> and the investigation at city police grows. so far 31 officers are suspended and 17 f
CBS
Apr 10, 2011 11:00pm EDT
pivotal day in court. former university of virginia lacrosse player george hugely has his hearing tomorrow. more than 20 witnesses have been subpoenaed. hugely will appear via video conference. >> reporter: prosecutors say that hugely killed the woman in her off campus apartment. the hearing has been moved to a courtroom that can fit 200 people because a very large turnout is expected. >> an attack at a convenience store leaves a young man tonight, fighting for his life. the 23-year-old victim was stabbed several times, police say as he walked into the store early this morning. at last check, that man was in critical condition. detectives detectives said they have made some arrests. >> murder at the barber shop. killers caught on tape. police say technology helped them quickly solve a crime and now the mayor wants more money for that. >> reporter: dwight taylor getting a a hair cut when two men walked into the barber shop and opened fire. a reliable within was perch above the crime scene. >> when the suspects fled, they were seen on cameras, a short time later, caught by baltimore
CBS
Jun 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
trial of george zimmerman. >> in my account, do i have at least $100? >> there's like $8. >> total, everything, how much are we looking at? >> like $155. >> he and his wife can be heard talking in code about the money. more than $100,000 raised for his defense. at his bond hearing, she testified the couple was broke. a new bond hearing is set for next week. >>> a north carolina woman allegedly throws hot grease on to a group of people. police say the woman tossed the grease from a pot in her apartment and walked away. the burn victims were rushed to the hospital. >> anybody who would do that to children, to an individual period couldn't be in their right mind. >> police arrested regina terry. she's facing assault with a deadly weapon. >>> a man caught on camera defacing a masterpiece at a houston museum. a bullfighter killing a bull on top of the woman in a are red armchair. he has not been identified. they're working to repair the work. no word on what motivated the attack. >>> a black bear attacks a woman in new hampshire. now she owes her life to her very brave pet dog. the bear
CBS
Mar 26, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: they not only want the arrest of george zimmerman, they want a repeal of the stand your law ground. it allows citizens to use force, even deadly force in self-defense. >> this law is encouraging people to be vigilantes. >> reporter: martin's father says all the more reason to arrest his son's killer. >> we're not asking for an eye for an eye, we're asking for justice, justice, justice. >> reporter: a special state prosecutor will oversee the case. >> martin was recently suspended from school after traces of marijuana were found in his backpack. we are live downtown with a huge show of support for martin in baltimore. >> reporter: florida is more than 800 miles from maryland. reaction to this story has made a national story a local issue. the streets of downtown baltimore are flooded with people on monday. sky high chopper 13 is overhead as the nationwide protest comes to maryland. they are citizens and activists speaking out about the killing last month of unarmed teen trayvon martin in sanford, florida. >> we can exert pressure on the system to make change in florida. >
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
Apr 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
flush tax. >>> tragedy in prince george's county. a young boy is dead after accidentally shooting himself. the 6-year-old shot himself this afternoon in the clinton home where he lived with his great grandmother. he found the gun in a backpack. detectives are talking to the gun's owner to decide if he'll face charges. >>> george zimmerman, the man who killed a florida teen will not be charged with first degree murder. the nation waits to see if he'll face other charges in the death. wjz is live and we have details of the newest twist in the trayvon martin case and the rallies in maryland tonight. >> reporter: they will not send it to a grand jury to decide. from the night it happened, more questions than answers swirled around the shooting death of trayvon martin killed while walking home by a florida neighborhood watch member. it's now certain the shooter will not face first degree murder. it takes a grand jury to bring that charge, and the prosecutor is not taking the case to that jury. >> i think if the public would be patient, they would understand this is a very complicated a
CBS
Jan 24, 2011 11:00pm EST
george's county s.w.a.t. team broke into custom's house. custom and his mother interrogated them for hours and killed his two labs. >> it's not good law enforcement, not invest investigating things. to rush in with s.w.a.t. and make s.w.a.t. your investigation. >> reporter: law enforcement refused to apologize at the time. >> our investigators went in and showed both restraint and compassion. >> by settling we are able to be more precise in getting good reforms. had we gone to court, we may have in fact, gotten more money at the end of the day, but i don't think prince george's county would have gotten anything for it. >> reporter: with the new administration he's legally demanding change for the treatment of animals, no nonsense warrants and the s.w.a.t. team. he is looking into department practices. reporting live, kelly mcpherson, eyewitness news. >> thank you, kelly. the settlement will be finalized by the end of february. >>> tomorrow president obama makes his state of the union address and they're looking to break lines. i will lead complete coverage from washington for tom
CBS
Oct 28, 2009 11:00pm EDT
the 9th >>> philadelphia's basketball team not so fortunate in its season opener under eddy george, formerly of the wizards. the magic opened up with a whooping. vince carter had a nice debut as well on the receiving end of a lobbed pass. he gets 2 of his 15. or lane dough rolls over the 76ers in the opener for both teams. home opener for paul pierce and the boston celtics. he points to the 16 banners suggesting they might want to add another one this year. if they can play charlotte every night, that would be a cinch for them. rasheed wallace hit a three. he had three of those. the final score is not a misprint. boston 92, charlotte 59. that is the lowest score for the bobcats. >> thank you, mark. >>> one city in our region has been ♪ ♪ tell me who's watching. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ (announcer) it's right here. it's easy. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. and rancher's reserve beef, guaranteed tender 100% of the time. at safeway, we now promise something new. something big. a commitment
CBS
Apr 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
homes or water. >>> george zimmerman charged with shooting trayvon martin is out of jail. zimmerman's family fears for his safety. >> reporter: he walked out of a jail wearing a bullet proof vest. police no longer guard him. >> now the concern is that he's out, he's out and he's exposed. >> reporter: his client may go out of state to protect himself. supporters have volunteered to help guard him. >> we've had a lot of offers. we're going to do everything we can to keep him safe and secure. >> reporter: he claims he shot martin in self-defense. prosecutors believe he's guilty of second degree murder. to make bail, he had to put up 10% of the bond or $15,000. meanwhile, florida's police chief tried to resign late today in response to intense criticism over the decision to not arrest zimmerman right away. commissioners won't let him step down. >> he's paying for the sins of police officers. >> it could be months before we see zimmerman again. the next major hearing isn't until this summer. >>> a man risks his life to save some children from a dog attack in washington, d.c. take a look at
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
furlough 3,000 workers monday because of the shut down. >>> prince georges county, search for two brazen men, look at the surveillance video. one of the suspects hit the salon employee in the head with the gun. one of the men burst into the salon, demanding cash and purses. >>> a major drug operation running out of a home day care. police find drugs and guns inside the howard county house, tonight the owner is facing serious charges. megan explains how the operation stayed secret until now. >> reporter: well, denise, police say an anonymous tip lead them to that day care center where they found a sophisticated marijuana grow-op ration. >> reporter: the past year parents dropped their children off at this licensed day care center but it is what 31-year- old david anderson built underneath the house that has got neighbors in shock. >> we had no idea this was going on. >> reporter: a secret room investigators say was built to grow marijuana. >> pretty clear to detectives this was a large scale operation that he was running. >> reporter: that room had special insulation, elaborate electrical
CBS
Feb 25, 2010 11:00pm EST
partially unclothed in prince george's county. weeling learned at courtland place where neighbors were saddened to her of her death. >> someone who's trying to give back to the community like that, it's almost unfair. >> reporter: the suspect's age only 13 could be a big factor in this case because under maryland law, once a juvenile is charged with a crime, prosecutors have only 60 days to bring the case to a trial. the prosecutors say in this case, they won't file charges until the police investigation is complete and all of the evidence is ready to go. derek calcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >>> prosecutors indicate they may try the 13-year-old as an adult. >>> the body of actor andrew koenig was found. he was 41 years old. his father reported that koenig took his own life. >>> madoff's daughter has changed her surname. she is also seeking a name change for their two small children. >>> a winter storm off the atlantic coast has many people running inside. if they like these conditions, there will probably be a few more days like it until we say goodbye to winter. >> i assume they have
CBS
Feb 9, 2013 11:00pm EST
event got support from jamie fox. he was shot and killed by george zimmerman in february of of last year. >>> a michigan attorney says that valentine's day is the perfect time for a free divorce. instead of worrying about hock chocolates or roses, he is offering a contest for the couple to win a no pay divorce. he got the idea from a friend with a party to celebrate the end of her marriage. >> i thought about why not help someone move onto that independence on valentine's day. >> those divorce parties, lawyers got a dozen entries. he's actually calling some of them heartwarming and he would normally charge a around $3000, that's quite a deal. >>> this is the best video we've seen today when an owl in miami find a new home right inside the grill of this big truck. check out what the driver saw when she walked out to her vehicle. those yellow eyes looking right back at her. she is this accidentally hit the bird and it got stuck behind the grill. despite the scare, the owl is doing just fine. animal control is able to rescue the wise bird. >> that looks fake at first. >> and it winks a
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
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
CBS
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
CBS
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
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
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
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
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
CBS
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
CBS
May 31, 2012 11:00pm EDT
today. >>> breaking news in prince george county. five children rushed to a hospital after being hit by a suv. a woman accidentally hit the gas and ran over the children. police are interviewing her now. the children range in age from 1.5 to 11 years old. >>> the victim of another crash in serious condition tonight. near route 450 in annapolis anne arundel county police tell us a truck tried to change lane. one of the drivers was flown to the hospital. >>> a lockdown on campus of umbc when student was seen with a gun. >> reporter: police swarmed around a umbc apartment after a female student called 911. >> it was not a threat. >> reporter: the campus police chief immediately sent out text messages to all students. >> police in area and walker avenue report a man with gun stay inside. >> reporter: when police arrived they found a car and inside the gun they were looking for. the man and woman identified could not be found. as police begin searching for the suspect, cell phone text messages warned students who were not yet on campus to delay their arrival and warn those already her
CBS
Jul 23, 2009 11:00pm EDT
is live. that man, george spying, spoke exclusively to kelly mcpherson. >> reporter: it's been years for this man fighting with the mdta dealing with depression and tough finances, and tonight he finally gets an apology that he says is long overdue. a bomb threat e-mailed to bwi airport in october 2006 changed this baltimore county jazz composer's life forever, starting with wrongful arrest. >> the lead guy says, you can make this either hard or easy on yourself. did you send bomb threats to the airport? and i said, i don't know what you're talking about. >> reporter: hours later the mdta announced they had found their guy. >> it's extremely serious. it takes resources away from what we should be doing, which is protecting the airport. >> reporter: he says he learned two weeks after the threats at the airport that he was cleared of all charges, but it took until now, two-and-a-half years later, for the mdta to apologize. he says he still hasn't received his settlement money. >> there's a difference between an honest mistake, which happens sometimes with the police, as opposed t
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May 3, 2010 11:00pm EDT
chase is now a suspect in a murder. police say george hugley also 22 murdered her. both are seniors at the university of virginia in charlottesville an upscale campus. >> yeah, surprising. i didn't expect someone to be murdered across the street. it's not usually common here. >> but that shock and disaappointment and concern, of course is magnified by the fact that she was murdered by one of our own. >> reporter: a roommate called 911 to report possible alcohol poisoning. >> the patrol arrived at the scene quickly, it was apparent to them that this young lay advertise lady was a victim of something much worse. there were obvious physical injuries to her body which prompted them to secure the crime scene. >> reporter: also where a duke university student accused but acquitted of high profile harassment charges attended. in an online interview she said she always dreamt of playing lacrosse at that school and that her biggest influence was her high school lacrosse coach. >> he was goodness epitomized and had a sense of humor to go along with that sense of goodness and sweetness that you k
CBS
Jul 24, 2011 11:00pm EDT
george's count y the little baby was last seen wearing nothing more than a diaper. >> >> hopefully, new information comes forward, thank you, derrick. >> >> if you have seen the child or jenay boosesser, you are asked to give baltimore city police a call immediately. >> >> runs of people living in the waterville farms neighborhood lost power on friday, right in the peak of the heat wave and had no air conditioning, temperatures rose above 90 degrees inside of their home. neighbors tell us the problems with their power are happening over and over again. >> the most frustrating part is we can't seem to get a correct answer or a definitive answer from bg and e on exactly what they are doing and what they plan to to to keep this interest happening again. >> reporter: we talked to bg and e and they said they plan to invest more than $5 million to fix the neighborhood problem. >> >> bg and e is reviewing their peak reward program. the power company turned off thousands of customers air conditioners, when the temperatures topped triple digits. bge now says the program prevented more than
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Mar 15, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. former prince george's -- jack johnson ended his term on the shadow of an fbi raid and indictment when he said i'm innocent of the charges. tuesday he struck to the -- >> i don't even recognize the person that's being charged in these indictments. >> reporter: the feds have more than a year's worth of wiretap conversations, but it's the recorded call between johnson and his wife leslie, a new council member, that caught the attention. johnson asked his wife about a $100,000 check that agents say was a bribe payment from a developer. she says over the phone, do you want me to put it down the toilet. he says, yes, flush that. and leslie johnson stuck nearly $80,000 cash into her bra. >> we know they've had a five or six year head start on us. we're going to attack the wiretaps and all of the information. >> i'm just flabbergasted. >>> an officer and accomplice are facing new charges this week. they were named in the corruption probe, but now they face extortion. they're linked to the owners of a liquor store chain. they transported -- from virginia tax freebie paying off police officers. th
CBS
Feb 2, 2010 11:00pm EST
teen was rescued after he fell into a ravine in prince george's county. he was able to climb up half way and yell for help. after two hour, people living near by heard him, they notified firefighters and he was pulled to safety. he was taken to a local hospital and treated. >>> is there a link between autism and vaccines? vital research once linking the two has now been retracted. dr.andrew wakefield linked autism to a vaccine to fight for measles. many parents still believe there is a link. more than a dozen studies have been conducted and have gone against the doctors findings. >>> tough words today for mayor sheila dixon. the state procuter pulled several punches. saying the mayor tarnished the position of mayor. >> reporter: the people of baltimore are owed the truth, finally. mrs.dixon is unwilling or unlikely to deal with the truth. now the mayor is days away from being thrown out of office for taking gift cards meant for the needy. so far she's showed emotion. >> and i'm sad not because of the decision i made, but because i have a great staff. >> reporter: but offered no apolo
CBS
Feb 6, 2011 11:00pm EST
back in maryland, prince george's county police find a decomposing body near a metro station. crime scene tape is now blocking the area under a bridge in temple hills. the body was found there this afternoon. police says the way too early to find out how the person died or even how he died. >>> here's a message for anyone who had a big drink. researchers say they finally found the cure for a hang over. you probably have it at home right now. it's coffee and an aspirin. however the timing is key. you're supposed to wait a few hours until after your last drink to have the coffee and the aspirin. >>> the nfl season may be over officially now. but the concern over concussions remains a top priority. researchers are beginning to use a simple sideline test that can detect head trauma. tonight we have the details in health watch. >> reporter: children and teens who suffer concussions are in far greater risks than adults because their brains are growing and take longer to heal. >> a concussion happens when you bump your head. it wouldn't be so much of an issue if we didn't realize that the
CBS
Nov 12, 2013 11:00pm EST
in need. >> reporter: more us aid is coming. the george washington strike group is on its way from hong kong. help is arriving from around the world, including a fundraising effort in baltimore county. >> you feel helpless. you cannot control what's happening. you can only control what you can do. >> reporter: expert sas one of the best ways to help is through donations. but again, in the past, they've warned only donate through approved charitable organizations like the red cross. back to you. >> thank you. and, of course, you can help the victims of typhoon haiyan. call 877-help crs or log on at www.crs.org. >>> it has happened again, another victim targeted for their cell phone. it is part of a nationwide epidemic of smart phone thefts. wjz is live tonight, and meghan mccorkell has more on why thieves could be after your phone. >> reporter: denise, according to the fcc, one out of three robberies here in the united states now involves cell phones and the thieves are getting more and more violent. a tousen university student viciously stabbed multiple times last week, and police
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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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Feb 5, 2011 11:00pm EST
speeding and feeding off the big dog. george williams sophomore had 27 points tie a career high and 15 rebounds. that elevates his ncaa best double-double so far to 20. meantime, a career high eight assists, nine points from freshman howard to dino gregory. terps win it 91-70. they are 15-8. coach gary williams in the 34th year ties the great john wooden of '70s ucla fame. wooden and williams both 22nd overall on the all-time collegiate career wins list. >>> towson university polk against visiting georgia state. later mcgee with georgia state. georgia state beat towson, 63- 60. >>> michael vick vote tonight as the associated press comeback athlete of the year. also the league's class seven new members as you heard earlier. tight end shannon sharpe here on a 96-yard touchdown with the game that sent the ravens to the super bowl. nonetheless, he won two super bowls with denver and came here and got that one ten years ago. he said if he had a thousand tongues he couldn't say how proud he was. dion prime time sanders played in the prime of his career. flamboyant and a talented cornerback w
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Dec 28, 2012 11:00pm EST
gerald arpino is a b-rated choreographer and george balanchine is "a." woman: what gerry arpino did was he took the classical vocabulary and he then stretched it in a way which was very american and very modern, to be more exaggerated to be faster to be more dynamic. it was really trying to find a way to hold onto that tradition of classical ballet but to give it that modern american sensibility. kisselgoff: the thing is that, he choreographed for the moment. he was of his time. some works died very soon, but some did not. weiss: gerry was an eclectic choreographer. he didn't really have one style. at that time, ballet was the conservatory and i think by breaking out of that, he probably threatened some people, and also, frankly, there were moments when he went overboard. mckenzie: i always had a love/hate relationship with gerry in the studio. in retrospect, he broke down a "holier-than-thou" approach to ballet that i had. he said, "come on, baby, you can't be precious about this. you've just got to get down, get physical," you know. and i wasn't particularly amused by being challenged
CBS
Dec 8, 2011 11:00pm EST
george's county but are looking for spiderman. these are photos of the criminal wearing the mask and sweater. he entered the bb and t bank in fort washington yesterday afternoon and passed a teller a note demanding money and flashed a handgun, got the money and left the bank. >>> beltway drivers pay attention. another work zone speed camera isaed to your dealy commute. wj -- is being added to your daily commute. you could get nailed without knowing it. kai. >> reporter: that's right. drivers will have a brief grace period shortly after that, the fines will start. they are set up in construction zones. and if you blink you might miss them. but zoom past one of the state's speed cameras and chances are it saw you and took a picture. >> i've had tickets and rightfully so they were mine i owned them. i earned them i should say. >> reporter: now, the state highway administration says it will start monitoring another area with the speed camera. it will be on the inner loop of i-695 at frederick road war new overpass is being constructed. -- where a new overpass is being constructed. critic
CBS
May 24, 2011 11:00pm EDT
inside the school that they say the principal knew about it. a prince george's county family has filed a $2 million lawsuit. after their fifth grade son was they say sexually abused repeatedly by another boy in his class. >> it's sad and ugly. but it happens a lot. >> reporter: the predator was bullying the victim who is called jd in the document. by making sexually explicit comments, then he exposed his genital, placing jd's hands on them several times a day and sent sexually explicit texts and messages to jd's home. and he forced him to commit sexual acts in the bathroom and classroom. the family says the school knew about it, the boys were placed in the same fifth grade class last year. >> i don't really understand why, it baffled my mind. but just ignored the parents completely. >> we have to be on the look out for these things so that if other children are displaying actions we need to intervene sooner rather than later before another child gets hurt. >>> rosen says a change in behavior or a child speaking up should be taken seriously especially by educators. >> maryland staff, te
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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
Jul 26, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the house. but in prince george's county a fallen tree did crash this mini van killing one woman. >> i was told that a tree fell down as the car was coming through. >> medics had to rush a second woman inside a mini van to the hospital. many boaters also caught by surprise. d & r police blame the storm for the death of a 63-year-old jet skier. and at the coast guard, they took 37 distressed call. dispatching rescue crews to help a total of 37 people out in the water. >> we had many that were very stressed out. were have worried about their seupgs. -- situation. we had reports that some were taking on water. >> reporter: fallen trees did more than just damage property. the fallen trees snapped power poles and even communication lines. derek valcourt. >>> a total of 129,000 pet cocustomers are still in the dark. >>> it is considered one of the largest leaks of classified documents ever. a federal investigation is under way into the posting of 76,000 secret military reports. the 76,000 documents were posted to a website called wikileak.org. the white house is calling the leaked docu
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Sep 23, 2013 11:00pm EDT
may need. >>> one person was struck and killed by a commuter train in prince george's county tonight halting train rides back to baltimore. it happened near baltimore avenue and decatur street in hyattsville. the pedestrian was found dead at the scene. >>> a train derailment caused problems on the eastern shore this afternoon. you can see where the rail cars left the tracks. one tipped over outside fredericksburg. the derailment caused a hazmat spill that is being detained. >>> a local parent clashes with administrators at a town hall meeting. he's dragged away by police. derek valcourt explains why prosecutors decided to drop all charges against him. >> reporter: parent adam small decided to speak up rather than write down his questions at a town hall style meeting with baltimore county school officials. that's when a security officer stepped in flashing his police badge. >> i won't stand for this. you're sitting here like cows. >> reporter: small was literally pushed and pulled out of the meeting, handcuffed and charged with assaulting an officer. >> i was outraged when i saw the v
CBS
Sep 19, 2011 11:00pm EDT
to nine months to complete their investigations. >>> some breaking news from prince george's county. a 2-year-old boy dies after he is shot in the head. the boy was shot tonight in oxen hill. police think he might have accidentally shot himself. they are trying to figure out where the gun came from. >>> tonight the 19-year-old buoy state student accused of murdering her roommate will stay behind bars. the judge ordered that alexia simpson stay behind bars. simpson's lawyer says the stabbing was self-defense. the prosecutor says that simpson talked about stabbing someone on twitter days before the incident and was already thinking about violence. >>> derek valcourt reports police want to catch an attacker before he strikes again. >> i'm really paranoid. >> reporter: at the university of maryland it's front page news. almost everyone has heard about the man who broke into the bedrooms of three separate young women then groped and fondled them while they slept. >> it's really creepy, like the boogy man but in real life. >> reporter: it's talked about so much here that students even hav
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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
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Jul 9, 2013 11:00pm EDT
pleaded not guilty. >>> attorneys for george zimmerman are hoping testimony from a forensic expert will convince jurors that zimmerman shot trayvon martin in self- defense. the expert testified that begun powder guns -- gunpowder burns showed trayvon martin was on top of zimmerman when he was killed. he admitted martin could have been trying to pull away. the defense is likely to wrap up its case tomorrow. >>> the 19 firefighters who lost their lives battling an arizona wildfire were remembered today at a memorial service in their hometown. >> eric shane marsh. [ bell ringing ] >> an officer chimed the bell for each member of the granite mountain hotshots. vice-president joe biden was there. private funerals for the firefighters are scheduled in the coming days. >>> a dog owner who's arrested for leaving her two pets in a sweltering car last month has died. as derek valcourt explains, her family says it's all because police took her to central booking instead of an emergency room where she needed to be. >> reporter: 62-year-old sharon loved her two poodles, missy and bear, which is
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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
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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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Jul 16, 2009 11:00pm EDT
road in prince george's county. we want to underscore, prince george's county police were not involved in this shooting. that needs to be said. nevertheless, there was a police-involved shooting in prince george's county. it claimed several victims including a 12-year-old girl. shots are fired around 7:00 thursday night at the gates of cipriano apartments. police say it began with an argument inside the apartment of an off-duty police officer with ft. myers in northern virginia. >> during the argument, the off- duty officer left the apartment in an attempt to call for assistance. at that point, the roommate was able to locate the officer's off-duty weapon and subsequently ran out into the parking lot and began randomly firing the we haven't. >> reporter: police say an off- duty u.s. capitol police officer just happened to be driving through the complex, saw the commotion, and confronted the suspect with the weapon. >> the u.s. capitol officer observed the suspect in the parking lot firing the weapon. at that point, the off-duty united states capitol police officer engaged the suspect i
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