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Oct 24, 2013 11:00pm EDT
treatment. >>> official photographs of prince george's royal christening are released today. the first portrait shows four generations of the royal family. another photo shows a monarch and three future kings, the first of its kind since 1894. the third shows the prince with his parents on the day of his baptism. >>> and coming up, lighting up the night. >> a toddler's halloween costume is going viral. who came up with the bright ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> in the united kingdom, a man sets a record for the fastest 1 meter paddle in a pumpkin. a giant 600-pound pumpkin. he's an artist who also happens to create pieces using huge vegetables. he says it was hard to break the record, but it felt good. >>> a california man gives his baby the ultimate halloween made out of led lights. he made her a special suit that makes her look like a lit up stick figure. the toddler loves to dance and run around while wearing it. a video of the baby dancing in the suit has racked up more than 5 million views i'm assuming on youtube. >> and he likes wearing ,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] now you can tu
CBS
Oct 25, 2011 11:00pm EDT
of native, lawyers were george huely want to get their hands on those records. he's accused of killing love by slamming her head into a wall. her lawyers argue that love died from irregular heartbeat caused by alcohol and prescription drugs. >>> a maryland prisoner is killed while guard are standing by and did not see the attack. now the state will pay up. the murdered inmates family is awarded more than $18 million. only on wjz mike talked to the inmate's appearance about the emotional fight. >> this is never -- [ sobbing ] >> reporter: philip parker's mother has been living a nightmare for more than 6 years when her son was strangled to death. a vicious murder on a bus bound for baltimore. in a landmark decision, a jury awarded her his father and her son's estate $18.5 million from the state of maryland finding the correction system was negligent in protecting philip. >> with no remorse, no compassion. the words they used to describe my son, i'll never get out of my head. >> reporter: the jury found four of the five officers on board that bus were negligent. attorneys for par
CBS
Nov 30, 2009 11:00pm EST
that was lost was property. these are exclue sieve pictures from a massive fire in prince george's county. the blaze happened in the upscale woodward neighborhood just east of the capital belt way. >> we had fire conditions in the garage area and extending up to the second floor and into the first floor of the living space. >>> the fire started around 8:45 sunday night on prima way. there were reports that people were trapped. but the owners were actually on vacation. 60 firefighters responded and what they encountered could have proved deadly. >> a back draft is when a large volume of smoke and heat and gases are in a confined area and they're pretty much at a smoldering state. once atmosphere is introduced where the fire is, it creates some what of an explosion if you will. >> reporter: it was similar to the movie back draft. but the wood moore fire wasn't a hollywood production, it was a real life dangerous situation. >> several units were operating in the first floor and second floor when it occurred to me in the attic area, it actually blew out a section of right side of the h
CBS
Feb 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
CBS
Oct 4, 2009 11:00pm EDT
in a hotel last year. >>> a pair of police involved shootings in weekend in prince george's county. the first around 6:00 last night. a struggle insued and police say an officer shot the suspect demetrius thompson. >>> thousands of miles away in afghanistan, troops are reeling after an attack that killed nine american troops. one of the bloodiest battles in many many months. this may force president obama to make tough decisions to keep americans safe. >> u.s. troops are beefing up patrols throughout afghanistan. following the deadliest assault on u.s. forces in more than a year. hundreds of insurgent militants stormed a pair of outposts in the kamdes district. as many as seven afghan soldiers and police were also killed in the attack and more than 20 are missing. the assault comes just days after the u.s. announced plans to withdraw from the area as part of a new strategy to move forces to highly populated areas. >> we've had the general come in, he has said the taliban is gaining in strength and that we have some what deteriorating situation in afghanistan. >> reporter: the top u
CBS
Feb 16, 2012 11:00pm EST
service. he'll have to split that 250 hours in baltimore city, 250 in prince george's county. >> also faces trial later this month. he wrote the robo call and is accused of conspiring to suppress voter turn out. >>> different kind of punishment for a state senate. censoring the democrat for his ethical mistakes. he did not admit taking money from shopper's food warehouse while he worked on legislation. he was acquitted on bribery charges. >>> set for a show down. maryland's same-sex marriage bill may come down to one or two votes and tomorrow it is in the hands of the delegates. we have more on this contention debate. >> reporter: that debate was supposed to take place tonight. with the votes so close, it's been postponed until tomorrow. it's a move some are calling political wrangling. on the floor, same-sex marriage. which way the vote will go is still in question. >> the situation is very volatile. a change of one or two votes could determine the outcome. >> reporter: the house recess after just 15 minutes. the only order of business, it would push back the same-sex marriage date u
CBS
Nov 12, 2010 11:00pm EST
denise koch. >> and i'm a vic carter. >> investigators say prince george's county executive jack johnson and his wife had this morning as the fbi was knocking on their front door. wjz is live, kelly mcpherson explains the charges johnson is facing, kelly. >> reporter: denise, the affidavit reports that the johnsons were being watched for taking bribes from developers in order to give those developers a political edge. but they were charged today with destroying evidence in an fbi investigation that's been going on for years. fbi raid of county checktive johnson and his wife leslie signals the end of years of covert investigating in prince george's county. >> the arrests today were dictated by the defendants. we followed the evidence, in this case rereacted to quickly developing -- in this case rereacted to quickly developing facts. >> reporter: investigators say the developer handed over $15,000 in exchange for johnson's political favoritism. johnson said the money was for a going away party. a wiretap records a phone call, when investigators think they were talking about a $100,
CBS
Dec 16, 2009 11:00pm EST
george's county. >> next thing we see is a jeep ranger coming out across all three lanes on fire and smashed up. >> reporter: 30-year-old john brown and evan warner are roommates. they live in glen burney and were heading to their construction jobs when the chaos erupted. >> first i tried the doors, but they were crushed. >> reporter: maryland state police have identified the driver of the jeep as 27-year- old vanessa laneris of college park. her jeep became engulfed in fire. this is evan warner's jeep. it's identical to the one vanessa was driving when she was hit on the capital beltway. remember, her doors were crushed, but because evan has a jeep, he knew exactly how to get inside. he and other rescuers went in through this canvas top. >> trying to fit her through the little hole out of the top, luke you said, it was very difficult. >> reporter: they got her out. a frightening beginning to the day, but a good ending. >> be glad that she's alive. i'm just happy everything's fine, she's going to spend christmas with her kids. she can walk. the doctors were doing the tickle thing on
CBS
Oct 22, 2013 11:00pm EDT
confrontation. we're live and kai jackson has the manhunt underway. >> reporter: prince george's point's police is looking for a murder suspect and as they do the family of the victims say their loved one stood up to the robber and is a hero. >> as you see, he comes in, jumps over the counter. >> reporter: prince george's county's police show video after armed robbery in an oxon hill hotel, that resulted in the murder of 27-year-old hotel employee jessie chavez. >> he heard a woman screaming for help and he came out to intervene. >> reporter: it happened at 10:00 monday night in austin hill. surveillance individual know shows a male suspect entering the hotel and jumping the counter. that man armed with a gun force add 22-year-old female clerk to hand over the hotel's cash drawer. >> and he heard the screams from our female victim that actually was accosted and robbed. and he intervened and he was at the door between the suspect and the suspect being able to get outside the to the vehicle. >> reporter: jesse chavez did something heroic. he struggled with the gunman and was shot a
CBS
Nov 10, 2013 11:30pm EST
with the nfl special investigator. >>> prince george's county fire crews investigate a deadly morning blaze. crews say they had a difficult time getting the fire under control because the house was filled with boxes from floor to ceiling. an 80-year-old woman was able to get out of the house. but an elderly man believed to be her husband did not survive. the cause is still under investigation. >>> it's a long road to recovery from a state trooper hit by a car while helping another officer. >> reporter: for one month now, state trooper jacquelyn kline has been on the mend. she was hit by a car when she helped another officer with a traffic stop. the impact left her with a serious brain injury. this weekend, more than 850 runners participated in the 5-k for j.k . showing their support for the wounded trooper. >> right now i would tell her you've got all these friends and family and support and motivation. enjoy it and take advantage of it. >> reporter: he won the three- mile run. you can't tell, but he too had a serious brain injury caused by a car accident six years ago. an avid runner
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
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
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
Jan 16, 2012 11:00pm EST
the ravens game. she's a former ravens cheer leader. her boyfriend? george clooney gave her a hard time for taking so long to pull off her dazzling look. >> she did have the baltimore ravens game on the whole time she was getting ready. >> you can watch the afc championship game live right here 3:00 sunday. >>> coming up, more troubles for o.j . simpson. the major financial failure. >>> cops confront an angry crowd. what happened next that's upsetting so many people. >>> it's something i needed to do to save my life. >> a revolutionary procedure saves a maryland man's life and he's only the second person in the world to have it done. more on his amazing medical journey. >>> much warmer tuesday on tap. i'll give you your complete forecast coming up next. >>> it is 38 degrees with light rain in central maryland right now. an explosion levels part of a condominium complex in new york. police say a contractor ruptured a gas main this afternoon. no one was inside the building at the time. two firefighters were seriously hurt with possible burns and smoke inhalation. two construction wor
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 11:00pm EDT
>> reporter: mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> no trial date has been set, but a judge from george county will hear the case. >>> two marylanders are hospitalized after catching legionela a potentially deadly bacteria. legionela bacteria can lead to legion era disease. as a precaution, the county health department placed water restrictions at the center. >>> shifting into reverse, tonight promising news about the safety of our highways as the number of traffic deaths falls to levels we haven't seen since the 50s. wjz is live tonight, kai jackson explains that the -- the good news comes with bad news as well. >> reporter: tonight marylanders are being warned and reminded to stay safe and alert behind the wheel. traffic fatalities are down nationwide. that's good news for those who drive. >> i think that's terrific. it means some kind of progress is being made. maybe law enforcement. >> reporter: the driving fatality rate the lowest it's been since 1950. fatalities are down 7.4% since 2009. >> it's stepped up enforcement, good media and education campaign, it's personal responsibility of dr
CBS
Dec 30, 2010 11:00pm EST
park. prince george's county investigators aren't saying what led to the hazmat leak. >>> a warning is going out about the dangers of carbon monoxide. mike hellgren shows us how firefighters are making sure you are aware of the hazards. >> reporter: five people have died and nearly two dozen have been hospitalized from carbon monoxide intoxication this month. firefighters went door to door in pikesville where five people died from the odorless, colorless gas. >> we're very scared because it could have happened to anyone. >> there's one in the basement, one in the kid's room. you buy a house to be comfortable in, that home can turn around and take your life. >> reporter: the concern is growing in the city where carbon monoxide probably from an oven killed two. it's critical to have your furnace and chimney inspected every year. >> the exposure of carbon monoxide at low levels or high concentrations for a low period of time both can be deadly. >>> in the two cases that resulted in death, the amount of carbon monoxide was 11 time it is lethal level. >> i would advise people to go and g
CBS
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
Jun 12, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the trial is over. >>> surprising developments in george zimmerman's murder case. they arrest his wife shelly after she's charged with perjury. she lied during a bond hearing about how much money the couple has. he's charged with second degree murder for shooting trayvon martin. >>> firefighters are struggling to control deadly wild fires. two dozen fast-moving fires scorching 9 states with the hardest hit areas in new mexico and colorado. >>> a $100 million u.s. military drone crashes to the ground. there are questions about what it was doing there, just how many of these drones are flying in the skies over maryland. we have more from aviation experts tonight. >> reporter: right now, drones are mostly used overseas, but their presence here in the u.s. is about to increase. it fell from the sky with a boom and with this fiery wreckage comes a lot of questions. >> i knew that they use them in iraq and afghanistan, but i was really surprised. >> reporter: the naval drone was said to be on a routine test flight. right now, unmanned aircrafts are used as border surveillance or to targ
CBS
Sep 30, 2013 11:00pm EDT
george mason university with guards john wall and bradley beall both healthy. some are picking them to be a playoff team. washington plays a preseason game against carmelo anthony and the new york knicks here in baltimore october 17th. the terps are practicing already, too. seasons change. >> thank you, mark. >>> still to come in eyewitness news. [ cheering ] >> zipping through your wedding day.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a north carolina couple wanted to add a little zip or should i say zip line to their wedding ceremony. [ cheers ] >> there they are. loren and ben. they're going to use a zip line to get to the altar. however the gizmo got stuck but the couple persevered. they pulled themselves across. even with the little hitch they said everything was perfect as they zipped along into wedded man: at that moment, it hit me -- this is why i joined the guard. i couldn't believe it. i just saved a life. somebody from my hometown. announcer: be there for your community, at nationalguard.com. a pediatrician.ands of a surgeon. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are devel
CBS
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
Sep 21, 2011 11:00pm EDT
college park. >> 2 prince george's police officers face 25 years in jail for the beating of student jack mckenna. he had a con suggestion and needed stitches. wjz has -- following a basketball victory against duke last march. >> i would say it was definitely chaotic that night. but i think a lot of students were confused afterwards. >> reporter: mckena was one of several injured students. interviewed dozens of officers before bringing charges. >> the officers are charged with first degree assault. >> reporter: that video shot from a window in this dorm was a key piece of evidence. says prosecuting police police officers is not something she takes lightly. >> >> the police were indiscriminately pepper spraying people. >> they should go to jail. and my intent was it was assault with intent to murder or at a minimum assault with intent to maim. >> reporter: while first degree assault is a felony, second degree assault is a misdemeanor. in college park, mike halgren. >>> prosecutors have not ruled out other charges against other police officers. >>> get ready to pay more to cross maryla
CBS
Nov 16, 2011 11:00pm EST
advisor to george w bush. he told wjz, i was honored to speak. >> rove was able to finish his speech and the protesters never went back inside the lecture hall. >>> occupy wall street plans to protest around the world tomorrow. >>> a goodwill store was hit for the second time in a week. the same store targeted by rob he is last wednesday -- robbers last wednesday. >>> a group of masked gunmen assault a young girl and sexually assault her. wyz has the warning for neighbors tonight, megan. >> the police, that girl was able to give a very detailed description of her attackers and tonight police need the public's help to put them behind bars. take a look at these men. investigators say they are suspect in the assault of a 15- year-old girl. said she was walking along wood lawn drive right near the library. 4 men in a teal sedan like this one forced her into the car at gun point. she said they covered her eyes and drove her to an unknown location. there she said this man sexually assaulted her. the teen said she was dropped off right here at the corner of wood lawn and kreul across from woodl
CBS
Jan 12, 2012 11:00pm EST
eyewitness news three students in the same class at george washington elementary in southwest baltimore contracted scarlet fever, a hail contagious bacterial infection. it prompted the school system to send this letter to parents and guardians. >> if we hear that a case of scarlet fever even happened is that unusual? >> no, absolutely not. it's actually common with this time of the year we're seeing multiple kids with sore throats, strep throat, and or scarlet fever. >> reporter: scarlet fever is a rash caused by the strep to caucus bacteria. symptoms include rash on the neck and chest, high fever, sore throat, and swollen he glands. doctors say scarlet fever is actually strep throat with a fever and the rash. >> when you have strep throat, you basically have the strep, the bacteria in your throat, and sometimes the bacteria produces some toxins in the body that will trigger this rash on the skin, then we just call it scarlet fever. >> the bacteria is spread from person to person contact, and by respiratory secessions like sneezing or coughing. doctors say while scarlet fever is highly
CBS
Jul 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
mourning the louse of george helmsley. hemsley started his career on broadway. he was 74 years old. >>> the mbta have added guy lines to close the bridge during powerful wind gusts. this comes after a tractor trailer was flipped on the bridge. >>> while many marylanders are still trying to repair damage left by that storm across the state, others are reiterating the response. speaking exclusionively with the -- exclusively with the man at the center of the storm. >> reporter: the storm rolls in, stripping power from a million customers in 30 minutes. >> it was clear this was a storm of historic proportions, unlike anything i'd ever seen. friday night, june 29, hunkers down at home, glued to the radar on his computer. >> it was a scaled equivalent to a hurricane, but without the warning. >> reporter: immediately he directed bge to deploy across the state and called in reinforcements. for some, the hours without power turned to days. >> was there a moment when you began to have some panic when it was so hot you knew you had customers with power out. and vulnerable customers. >> i fee
CBS
Jul 22, 2010 11:00pm EDT
prince george's county after two people drown in a backyard pool. a 12-year-old was spotted motionless in a neighbor's pool. the body of the 12-year-old's 54-year-old uncle was found along with them. they believe he died trying to save the child. >>> a maryland court awards $70,000 to a woman that lost her home. tonight she is warning other homeowners to be on guard. >> reporter: susan spicer works 50 to 60 hours a week at a diner, it's a far cry from the retirement she had been planning for herself until a few years ago. that's what caused her house that she had been paying on mostly all her life. since she paid mostly cash, she had a small mortgage. when susan fell on hard times, she turned to royal financial services for help. >> he told me don't let it go to fore closure, he was going to save me. to sign the house over to him and pay to him for one year. then he was going to sign it over to him. within that year, he sold the house from under me. >> reporter: susan took the owens company to court and won thanks to this, maryland's foreclosure protection act. wjz has tried to reach t
CBS
Sep 30, 2009 11:00pm EDT
and 216 in prince georges county. >>> in a few hours the pilot hailed as a national hero will once again take to the skies. we're talking about chelsey sullenberger, and he'll be flying the exact same route that he did back in january when he was forced to land on the hudson river. tomorrow he'll take off from laguardia and head towards charlotte, north carolina, and he'll have the same copilot. >>> corporate role model michael vick signed a major endorsement deal. >>> what the fbi says about newly released surveillance tape about the oklahoma city bombing. >>> new inspections show advanced deterioration on bridges across the susquehanna. >>> will the weekend be wet or dry? i'm bob turk. i'll have the complete forecast come you want next -- up next. >>> now, complete coverage continues, with denise koch and sports with mark viviano, on >>> it is 51 degrees and clear. the fbi responds to an allegation that they doctored surveillance video from the 1985 oklahoma city bombing. the bureau says they did not edit the tapes which shows people running out of nearby buildings, and attorneys
CBS
Jan 13, 2011 11:00pm EST
: justin's murder one of 13 in prince george's county in just 11 days. a crime spike so severe the county says it's bringing dozens of additional local, state and local officers to assist in the murder investigation. justin's mother says she's planning a funeral and clearing her son's name. >> i want my son vindicated. i want an apology from the county. >>> a maryland man jumps from a second floor window as he says his son opened fire on the family. it happened in fredrick's county. john ming lee shot his mother and 18-year-old sister. that is when his father escaped out the window. investigators say lee took off in his car, crashed and then shot himself and died. police do not know what sparked the violence. >>> a city police officer and a semi profootball player died in a hail of gunfire outside a local club. all of the bullets came from police officers. tonight the community is demanding answers, wjz is live at city police headquarters, kelly mcpherson explains some are calling for drastic changes, kelly. >> denise, this group is asking for a lot. including the registration nati
CBS
Oct 9, 2013 11:00pm EDT
serious charge than that, and a reduction in pay. >> thank you. in january, 41-year-old george lezero, jr. also died while doing maintenance work at the super pond. >>> repairs continue on a large broken water main in baltimore county. public works crews are still working to fix the 24-inch water main. officials say some residents may notice a discoloration in the water. >>> one of maryland's top cardiologists is in court today accused of performing unnecessary surgery on hundreds of patients. he's being sued by a high- profile patient who says he cost him millions of dollars in business deals. he takes the stand in his own defense. >> reporter: expanding clogged arteries with stints saves lives. the lawsuits hit in 2009 when the old st. joseph's hospital notified a number of the patients their stints may not have been necessary. >> he said it was 90%. after they reviewed everything, it was 10%. >> reporter: the percentages refer to blockages in blood vessels. he was sued for inflating those numbers, settled 200 cases out of court, and has lost his license to practice. now he's on the
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Apr 29, 2011 11:00pm EDT
captured video of it. it was a frightening seen in prince george's county. directly in the path was andrew's base. and the person behind the camera capturing the scene. >> the sirens came on about 20 minutes before the storm happened. >> reporter: it knocked down trees and blew debris. >> how often do you get a twister in dc. i just wanted to be a part of it and get it captured. >> reporter: that same system damaged homes and property in virginia. mujioski says despite the danger, he wouldn't hesitate to do it again. back to you denise. >> thank you very much kai. >>> wills and kate yesterday. the duke and duchess. a much different story here earlier as the world watched prince william and catherine. >> reporter: a late night toast for the royal couple from well wishers outside of buckingham palace. >> what's your wish for the royal couple? >> just to live happily ever after. >> reporter: prince harry's all night afterparty for the newlyweds. there's even talk of a british breakfast being served up at 6:00 a.m. for the die hards. it was a flawless wedding day. the bride wore alexand
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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
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Dec 21, 2010 11:00pm EST
superintendent george johnson says the citation was issued because there were no flotation devices on the raft. >> they could have grabbed the boat and said, no, take it and you go to jail. they saw it do it multiple times. >> reporter: reporting in annapolis tonight, weijia jiang. >> the men are scheduled to appear in court in february. >>> oriole star nick markakis and his wife christina spread holiday cheer to one family. they treated jaquelin baasset and her children to a shopping spree at target. >>> ravens cheer leaders along with quarterback joe flacco made a surprise appearance. fans were enthusiastic after sunday's win. he also talked about bridging holiday joy to people facing a difficult time. >> it's nice to see these people just come in here and see them before christmas and give them a little hope and you know it's just nice during the holiday to come see some people. >> reporter: there was more ravens holiday cheer, ray rice and other players hosted a christmas party for children. ravens players held several events. they are everywhere aren't they. >> that's great. it gives you
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Feb 23, 2013 11:00pm EST
one of these girls, you are asked to call baltimore police. >>> a deadly fire in prince georges county claims one more life. an 11-year-old girl has died as a result of her injuries. the father and two zrs died at the scene. deja price had no put when she was pulled from the home, but was revived and then died last night. >>> now to vatican city where pope benedict thanks members of the vatican's central administration for their support before he leaves office. he spoke with a group of personnel, some privately, and then tomorrow, pope benedict will hold his last sunday blessing. here in ballet bhoash local parishioners held a mass in honor of the 85-year-old. >> reporter: a mass of thanksgiving. catholics say good-bye to pope benedict xvi. >> we want to pray for him. >> reporter: hundreds packed the pews for huh this historic service. it's the first time living pope has retired since 1415. >> it's a great act to step aside on behalf of the great needs of the church. it speak thoises great humanity and love of us. >> reporter: parishioners expressed their favoring opinions of the pope.
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Oct 28, 2009 11:00pm EDT
the 9th >>> philadelphia's basketball team not so fortunate in its season opener under eddy george, formerly of the wizards. the magic opened up with a whooping. vince carter had a nice debut as well on the receiving end of a lobbed pass. he gets 2 of his 15. or lane dough rolls over the 76ers in the opener for both teams. home opener for paul pierce and the boston celtics. he points to the 16 banners suggesting they might want to add another one this year. if they can play charlotte every night, that would be a cinch for them. rasheed wallace hit a three. he had three of those. the final score is not a misprint. boston 92, charlotte 59. that is the lowest score for the bobcats. >> thank you, mark. >>> one city in our region has been ♪ ♪ tell me who's watching. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ (announcer) it's right here. it's easy. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. and rancher's reserve beef, guaranteed tender 100% of the time. at safeway, we now promise something new. something big. a commitment
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Aug 24, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: prince george's county will get 20.9. baltimore county 15.4, anne arundel county 6.1 and hartford county $6.6 million skr-z fantastic news, it's a gift for the opening of schools. it's tremendous for maryland. tremendous for the city, it's a reflection of a lot of hard work by a lot of people. >> because of these dollars from the obama administration we are going to be able to make investments very quickly in recruiting great leaders and great principals to some of our hardest to teach areas. >> reporter: maryland toughened standards to focus on low performing schools. >> no child is going to have to attend a failing school by accident of the zip code where that child lives. so the tolerance for any continuing low performing schools just will not exist. and we're going to set new standards for our teachers and for our principals. >> reporter: students will see changes this year. they'll be exposed to international curriculum and she says it'll be more rigorous for students. back to you. >> the awards range from $75 million -- from $7.5 million for rhode island and $75 mil
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Oct 4, 2013 11:00pm EDT
furlough 3,000 workers monday because of the shut down. >>> prince georges county, search for two brazen men, look at the surveillance video. one of the suspects hit the salon employee in the head with the gun. one of the men burst into the salon, demanding cash and purses. >>> a major drug operation running out of a home day care. police find drugs and guns inside the howard county house, tonight the owner is facing serious charges. megan explains how the operation stayed secret until now. >> reporter: well, denise, police say an anonymous tip lead them to that day care center where they found a sophisticated marijuana grow-op ration. >> reporter: the past year parents dropped their children off at this licensed day care center but it is what 31-year- old david anderson built underneath the house that has got neighbors in shock. >> we had no idea this was going on. >> reporter: a secret room investigators say was built to grow marijuana. >> pretty clear to detectives this was a large scale operation that he was running. >> reporter: that room had special insulation, elaborate electrical
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Jul 13, 2010 11:00pm EDT
and controversial owner. george steinbremmer passed away today. a moment of silence was held today at the all star game. he will best be remembered for seven world series championships. >> he expected perfection and that rubbed off on the organization whether it were the players, or the front office. people working at the stadium. it didn't make a difference, he expected perfection. >> reporter: steinbrenner purchased the yankees for less than $10 million. he was in fragile health for the last few years. >>> murder mystery, a local dentist is brutally killed inside his office. four years later, police say they know now who did it. wjz is live in the newsroom. kelly mcpherson says the crime has plagued the economy all this while. >> reporter: two people have finally been charged. a woman who used to work for the dentist and her associate who by the time police caught up with him was already in jail facing other murder charges. >> reporter: for four year, family and colleagues have wondered and worried about who killed dr. albert roe. >> he was badly murdered, not just murdered. that
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Dec 22, 2010 11:00pm EST
. >>> thank you, bonn. >>> we have a developing story from the home of george w bush. this is new video. you can see a large police presence on the scene at the president's home where we're told someone drove their car past the gate and was driving he rat cally past the property. say the former president was never in harm's way. >>> the family and friends of a dancer in las vegas. the last time anyone saw her was 8 days ago. she's a dancer in vegas. she moved to vegas two years ago. tonight her friends here in maryland say they are trying to stay positive. >> you don't know what's going on really, and there's absolutely no, if she's safe or if she's hurt, it's just not knowing is kind of scary. >> reporter: her exboyfriend was the last person to see her. according to a police report in october, forest says he beat her while she was pregnant. right now police are not naming any suspects in her disappearance. >>> the community is taking a stand after a series of violent robberies in their neighborhood. kelly mcpherson explains police are on alert. >> police believe two men are responsible
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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
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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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Oct 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
happened early this morning along the george washington parkway. ashley roberta, charlie davis and a third person were riding in the car when the driver somehow lost control. the car was sheered in half. the driver has not been named daviss is listed in serious condition tonight. >>> the teenager who took part in the killing of two 17-year- olds was sentenced to 40 years today. witnesses say bryan scott became upset when he heard the sentence and told his lawyer he wanted a new trial. prosecutors say scott helped kaheem taylor kidnap the boy and girl. taylor was given two life sentences. >>> today a critical hurdle was cleared in the president's mission to pass sweeping health care reform. a key senate committee voted to pass a 10 year health care plan. democrats say the legislation is aimed at extending coverage to millions of the americans. holding down costs and improving health care for all. more republican senator olympia snow of maine broke with her own party to vote yes. senate leaders are unhappy with the plan. no word when the bill will come before the full senate. >>> the h1n1 vi
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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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Aug 21, 2011 11:00pm EDT
george's county is in the hospital after he was hit by a stray bullet. the toddler's mother was holding him outside of the apartment complex when a bullet struck the boy in the face. right now, police are searching for a person of interest in that case. >> . season ace first case of west nile virus has been confirmed here in maryland. the department of health and mental hygiene said it was contracted by an adult in the area. most people show no symptoms, but in some cases, this can be deadly. the virus has been detected in birds and mosquitoes. >> try to avoid being outside during dusk and dawn. another important thing is to remove areas of standing water on their property. >> wear long sleeved shirts and pants. symptoms include fever, headaches, body ache and a skin rash. >> >> in a few weeks, president obama will layout a new plan to jump start the economy. he is not only trying to create jobs, is he trying to shore up support for his reelection. today, some maryland politicians offered him some advice. >> reporter: one year to the next election and the president's approval rating hits a
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Nov 16, 2010 11:00pm EST
from both her and her husband. reports from prince george's federal courthouse, mike hellgren. >> stay with wjz for complete coverage of these arrests. go to wjz.com. >>> highway workers make a gruesome discovery along interstate 70, human remains inside a cardboard box. the box was sitting on the side of the woods. it appears to be an adult but they do not yet know the person's identity. the medical examiner is trying to figure out how this person died. >>> a happy ending to a bizarre robbery. live reptiles vanished from a baltimore center in two separate break-ins. weijia jiang explains how police tracked them down. >> reporter: a rapidly unfolding robbery investigation led police to this townhome on the 5,000 home of west baltimore. investigators say a couple who lives there called 911 after they went home to discover 10 exotic animals inside. the very ones reported stolen from the kerry murray center located just a mile away. >> it's like a movie. you have everybody standing at their doorstep watching as they transported things like it's confidential. >> they need specific
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Oct 1, 2010 11:00pm EDT
say took her life. george hughley who played for the men's lacrosse team was love's exboyfriend. he remains in jail awaiting trail. we're live in townsend tonight, weijia jiang, eyewitness news. >>> thank you, weijia jiang. to learn how to donate to the foundation, go to wjz.com. >>> the u.s. senate for disease control says 36% of men who have men in baltimore are infected. you can read more in tomorrow's baltimore sun. >>> president obama is right hand man is stepping down tonight. emmanuel is stepping down to run for mayor in his hometown of chicago. the move comes a month before the critical midterm elections. the president named pete ross as the temporary possibly permanent replacement. >>> certainly won't be a cake walk for ravens fans are expecting a win on sunday when they take on the dreaded pittsburgh steelers and as jessica cartalia reports, for one company it's always game time. keeping fans happy with ravens cakes. >> ravens fans can have their cake and eat it too. >> i cut out the ravens logo to size and rolled out some fondant pieces in different colors. >> reporter: s
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Aug 6, 2009 11:00pm EDT
objective is to be real and to learn to be emotional. >> in the video, it shooter george soudini talks about his efforts to attract we haven't he details everything from reading certain books to how he decorated his apartment to impress potential girlfriends. police say he targeted a female workout class because he was angry with women. meanwhile a candlelight vigil was held to remember the three women who lost their lives. >>> a day for the history books. sonia sotomayor wins her confirmation becoming the first hispanic and only the third woman to serve on the u.s. supreme court. this is video of sotomayor walk vought the new york city courthouse minutes after she was confirmed as the country's next court justice. in all, 68 senators, including maryland's barbara mikulski and ben cardin voted aye this afternoon. she will be sworn in as the 111th court justice this saturday. >>> and the senate vowed to refuel the popular cash for clunkers programs. the infusion of $2 billion comes just in time for dealerships and customers. >> reporter: with a little help from uncle sam, jeer and
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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
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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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Aug 12, 2011 11:00pm EDT
scam busted. police in prince george's county say they have stopped a waiter who repeatedly stole from his customers. kai jackson says some alert customers helped stop the scam. >> reporter: it could happen in a flash. this you tube video shows how easy it is for a waiter to steal your credit card information with a skimmer. police say that's exactly what bryan adams did when he worked as a waiter at the laurel tgi friday. >> the more you see it on tv and the news reports, you have to wonder. not everybody is honest anymore. >> reporter: a skimmer is an electronic device that can read credit card information even if it's in your pocket. adams skimmed 73 cards, sold the information and rang up $3,300. but police say he made a mistake when he skimmed the cards of two secret agents. they noticed the extra charges. but not everybody can be a secret service agent but you do need to stay aware. >> you need to check your bank statement, to check your credit record and be extra careful on how you use your credit card. >>> more than 9 million people have their credit card information stolen eve
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