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Aug 1, 2017 5:30am EDT
. john loyer ends, cbs-3, " eyewitness news." >>> up next. george and amal clooney announcing plans to help the people of syria. what they're doing next in got to tell you. pat? >> good morning, guys, i'm standing out in a field this morning, but only because it is national teach month. look at that bad boy. here at johnson's corner farm in medford, new jersey, talking peaches this morning, and all of the great vegtables and fruit they have right here so come join me. >> massive. look at that wh you makapb&j w', ♪ >> hackers are at it again, as hbo is investigating a hack it shows. according to entertainment weekly the hackers allegedly took the scripts for next week 's game every thrones, a lot of people will be upset about that one. hackers also leak episodes from the hbo shows, which stars duane the rock and so far hbo has declined to comment. >> stars george and amal clooney giving back in a big way, planning to open seven public schools for syrian refugee children. the foundation promising $2 million toward educating more than 3,000 refugee children they have part nerds with
CBS
Oct 26, 2017 5:00am EDT
. nicki batiste for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> still ahead president george hw bush is facing accusations that he in a prep eighthly touched an actress from our area. >>> also ahead wild fires spread nothing an area designated as a world heritage side we will tell you what its being threatened there. >>> it is time for dodgers baseball. >> and legendary announcer vin skully kicks off game two last night, great game, pat has hey lights in sports, don't go a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward. >>> welcome back, flames tore from a rooftop in los angeles one of the two blazes simultaneously near dodgers stadium during game two of the world series, helicopter was able to put this one out, a
CBS
Jul 3, 2017 5:30am EDT
want to get there. >> george moore, pit master at delaware area smoke house. showed us how to get a good read. >> you want to stick it in the fat he is part of the meet, to get the most accurate reading of your internal temp. >> can't tell by looking at it if it reached an internal temperature. that's the only way to be sure you killed any bacteria that might present. >> also reminds, anything perishable should usually not sit out for more than two hours, but in temperatures over 9 degrees, nothing should be left out for more than an hour. don champion, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> and in the next hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news" the fourth every july can be stressful for pets. lot of dogs, cat, are spook by the fireworks. how can we calm their nerves? tips to how to keep them safe. >> president trump drawing more criticism from lawmakers on capitol hill after issuing another controversial sweep against the media. i'm hena daniels, with the lat we take some unexpected extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. like putting oregano in their water. it has natur
CBS
Mar 22, 2017 5:30am EDT
. >>> also, george clooney, one of his biggest fans a birthday surprise she will never forget he stopped at nursing home in the united kingdom asking him to visit 87 year-old pat adams well, he did and even brought pat flowers. he stayed, for photos with the birthday girl, clooney and his wife own a home nearby. >> where is pen a paper so i can write him myself. >> he is on a role between his wife getting pregnant and all this good press, i love it. >> that is very, very sweet. i like to see stuff like that. >> well, it is getting cold out there. >> can i write you a letter. >> all i want for christmas is no more cold. >> yeah, i hear you. >> okay. >> just a few days. >> just a few days. >> it is just a few days. it is craziness of march where problems come in because we want to put our spring flowers out or we still need to wear a coat for rest of the month. make up your mind, mother nature, come on. >> it is hard to know what to wear in the morning. >> i totally hear you. just keep your season stuff ready to go and have it all available to you and we will start off by taking yo
CBS
Feb 13, 2012 5:00pm EST
testimony today in the trial of george huguely. police describe evidence of a violent encounter between the final couple. adam may stays on the story, where moments later the medical examiner explains how yeardley love died. >> reporter: that medical examiner is still on the stand. based on those results, he is presenting a laundry list of injuries that came here to study and ended up in a body bag. medical experts and police paint a picture of a violent struggle between former uva lacrosse players george huguely and yeardley love. in court, the court heard the medical examiner describe the injuries. the doctor also testified love had bruises to her hand, forearms, buttox and arms. love also suffered hemorrhaging in the neck, an indication that pressure could have cut off her circulation. earlier, the defense testified that george huguely had bruises on his knuckles. defense attorneys questioning police about huguely's injuries are eluding that some of the injuries may have been caused by lacrosse. when prosecutors firsthanded the copy of those autopsy photos to the defense team. you ca
CBS
Dec 30, 2017 5:00am EST
setting a record. >> 34% of president t's has turr in his first year, george w. 6%, and reagan was the closest to trump,t. mola lenghi, for cbs-3, " eyewitnesshead i sports: why an eagles player is being honor by a president. >> also ahead: on cbs-3, " eyewitness news," thisbritn battles terrorism. it is just one of the many in 2017. we will take a look back at the news that made year. >>> also ahead: going above of the people who brought holiday cheer to those in need this month. and a a jack frost-big boulder in the poconos, definitely cold enough to make snow upm t will e on the snow that is expected to fall today and the new s when "eyewitness news" continues. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ it all starts with a wish. the final days of wish list are here.rry if in a new lincoln with zero down d first months payment. >> welcome back, this last weekends of the year, children and adults across the area feeling to the generosity of others this holiday season. seem like every night of the but another person or organization in the region doing what they could to bringto pple in ne
CBS
Sep 14, 2015 5:00am EDT
philadelphians held similar parties but for the pope. st. george fairness port richmond held a world meeting of families tailgate. after mass, the fateful held a party to get everyone excited for the pope's upcoming visit. guests enjoyed some music, some dancing there, games and food. great day for it. >>> "eyewitness news" has a complete guide for you for the papal visit and the world meeting of families. go to cbsphilly.com/papal visit for more information. >> 5:09 right now. 76ers fans and nba fans across the country are refreshing one of the great sixers stars of all time, moses malone. malone was known as one of the best big men in nba history. he played for eight teams over his 20 years in the league and won the mvp award three times. he was also a 12-time all-star and won it all with the sixers, in 1983, he passed away over the weekend. he was 60 years old. >> the eagles kick off the season tonight in atlanta. and it wasn't just the team on it way to atlanta. >> ♪ fly eagles fly ♪ >> e-a-g-l-e-s! >> oh, listen to them there. group of eagles fans on their way to the falcons
CBS
May 5, 2016 5:00am EDT
sure. >> let's go. >> ♪ >> only time we can see it because we're asleep when this is on. >> george is good. >> i think that is best thing that will happen to me all week. >> good stuff. >> coming up in the next half an hour of "eyewitness news" a farm, in fox chase. >> pat gallen tells us how a local school is changing their curriculum, justin. >> reporter: brooke, jim here at city hall, council members are preparing their first budget under mayor jim kenney coming up why a campaign promise has triggered a flow of controversy. >>> we are dry here the sky deck we will continue to stay that way for better part of the day but there is wet weather that we will dodge a at some point and it does come through as steady rain i'll tell you when that gets here coming up. >>> meisha's watching the roads for us, that and more when we continue 59:30. >>> philadelphia's soda tax proposal falls flat, and some folks created quite a scene in center sit the eye. good morning i'm brooke thomas. >>> i'm jim donovan. the debate moved from the streets inside city a hall, justin finch has details in just a
CBS
Aug 22, 2016 5:00am EDT
george ishler. angrierer did nothing to stop it. >> did he not deserve to die this way. drugs, mental illness, no excuse for killing someone, none. >> now, police say ishler and guyer thought they would profit from donald betting's death because after will the professor had recently signed. >> house fire in east germantown has claimed the life of a 61 year old man, flames broke out on clapair street on germantown area around 6:00 last night. a 63 year old woman was also pulled from the house. she is in critical condition this morning, suffering from smoke inhalation, the cause of a fire is under investigation. >> and, two firefighters are recovering from injuries battling a fire in bensalem. it broke out on tennis avenue sunday afternoon around 2:00. one firefighter suffered diabetic shock, the other was burn, no other injuries were reported, and there is still no word on what sparked that fire. >> well, police need your help catching a suspect they say shot and killed a man in burlington county over the weekend. police say 26 year old samuel james opened fire on the 100 block of east
CBS
Jan 18, 2011 5:00pm EST
stumped police. it's part of a string of killings that has law enforcement in prince georges county concerned. there's a push to crackdown on crime. mike hellgren is following the investigation and reward offered. mike? >> reporter: kai, just hours ago, prince georges county police announced they solved four of the recent murders there but one is not among them and now they have new federal help. the murder of 22-year-old justin deshea overcash in a home across from the university of maryland college park has shaken the campus and police announced a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest as every top prince georges county official gathered to denounce the 13 murders so far this year. >> we're actively working this case -- i can't go into it too much -- i'm hopeful that that also will close. we believe the victim most likely knew attacker or had prior contact with them. >> reporter: his mother is outraged. police believe her honor student son was a drug dealer and it led to his dead. >> the last moments were hoer riffically horrible. i can't even imagine this. they're tr
CBS
Nov 15, 2017 5:00pm EST
until 9:00 o'clock tonight. at george riley is right here. he owns twisted tail another restaurant on the square. george, talk about how the community is coming together, to help out those in need tonight. >> it has been really special, actually. we have been reached out to from restaurants not only in the neighboring area here but all over the city, it has been non-stop of people, hearing about, obviously i disaster that happened at bridget foy's and wanting to reach out and it is a great testament to the tight community we have and restaurant industry here. >> reporter: george, ticket are how much and what else is there other than food. >> fifty dollars, we still have them available at the door for people who want to come down last minute, definitely encourage that. we have food from over 30 restaurants, city wide, we have three bars, it is support by different bartenders from restaurants as well around the city, as well as live music. we have an auction. we have a raffle that will be pulled, throughout the event as well, and also, donated from businesses in the area and all of thes
CBS
Dec 29, 2015 5:00am EST
been pulled from water in george a the widow of one clearly grieving. >> the storm expected to continue moving northeastward tuesday, and is likely to leave yet more misery in its wake. kim hutchinson, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >>> 5:08 right now t looks like there could be a breakthrough today in pennsylvania's six month long budget battle. sources tell "eyewitness news", that governor tom wolf is expected to sign part of the budget plan approved by the republican legislature. the two sides have been at odds on several major issues, including school funding. the governor will speak about the budget stalemate at 10:30 this morning, and he'll let you know what he has to decide. police in chester are investigating a deadly shooting that happened on the 1400 block of co-hey street. victim found lying dead in a doorway after home shortly after 11:30 last night. police are still trying to figure out what sparked that shooting. >> water crews will be back in the elmwood section of philadelphia this morning to fix a broken water main. part of elmwood avenue caved in last night, when the eight-
CBS
Aug 21, 2015 5:00am EDT
women to pass the army's elite and grueling ranger school in for the pending, george a captain kristin, and first lieutenant shaye, will be allow to wear that on their uniform, will not be allowed to is her in combat. that could change though. they were part of a test program to see how women perform in the intense physical and mental course. >> i do hope that with our performance in ranger school we've been able to inform that decision as to what they can expect from women in the military, that we can handle things physically, mentally, on same level as men. >> the military has until october 1st to present their findings of the analysis to the pentagon, and just so many of us just cheering them on. >> i mean, it is really such a huge step forward. well done. 5:07 right now. >> learning new details about the case against former subway spokesman, jared fogel. >> this morning hearing from a woman who wore a wire for the fbi. also ahead, new this morning, an explosion in a los angeles high-rise leaves several people injured. we'll have the details from overnight. >> check this out. incred
CBS
Oct 25, 2011 5:00pm EDT
as an honest man, but the prince george's democrat stands accused of accepting nearly a quarter of a million dollars in bribes in exchange for political favors. curry's team is using something called the idiot defense. anthony brown told the jury curry is honest but disorganized. prosecutors hit back, alluding that his powerful chairmanship is a complicated job requiring a certain level of intelligence. defense attorneys argue curry's work as a paid consultant for shopper's food was perfectly legal, but they acknowledge he failed to disclose on ethics forms. >> the case could wrap up and the jury could get it next week. between now and then, many more politicians could be called to the stand to testify on curry's behalf, including bob urlick. >> thank you, adam. curry faces up to 25 years in prison if he's convicted on all charges. >>> well, monday night football turns into a nightmare for the ravens. wjz has complete coverage of their prime time loss to the jaguars. we've got tonight's emotional fan cam. head coach john harbaugh just spoke about the disappointing performance last
CBS
Dec 29, 2016 5:00am EST
walk of fame. >> i have had a wonderful career. i have had a great life. >> reporter: actor george take i said it is nothing harder then burying a child. debbie died of a broken heart but she's with her child now. william shatner says debbie reynolds was last of hollywood royalty. i hope my grieving was done for 2016. >> i have tried, to make it through my life, and just finished and my last book and only one about my last few years, i said i will make tonight time for me to kick it >> reporter: roxanea sayberry for cbs-3 eye witt these enthusiasms. >>> the white house says details could be released on how obama administration plans to retaliate for trying to influence the recent presidential election. sanctions are likely to target leaders of the russia's intelligence agency which is believed to be responsible for cyber attacks authority by president vladamire putin. fbi and cia say russia was behind hacking of the democratic organizations, and president-elect donald trump disputes the claims. >>> a high speed pursuit this southern california led police through multiple cities bef
CBS
Apr 27, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >>> george huguely was convicted in february of second- degree murder and grand larceny in connection with the death of yeardley love. in a civil lawsuit, sharon love, yeardley mother says issue -- they failed to use this. >> huguely is an adult. what he does, he's responsible for. so if they get a judgment, it would be against him. and then i don't know whether he has no pocket or what the lawyers call deep pocket. >> reporter: legal analyst, byron warnkin said the love family is suing for $28 million, based on statistics that show yeardley likely would have lived another 59 years, had she not had a fateful run- in with her former boyfriend. >> what they're asking for is a half million dollars for each year her life was shortened. >> reporter: the lawsuit also says huguely was aware or should have been aware that love was severely injured after the physical altercation that would result in her death. just this month, sharon love traveled to the nation's capital to support the renewal of the violence against women act. >> my daughter was murdered almost two years ago, at the universit
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 5:30am EDT
speeches by former presidents, barack obama and george w. bush, some say they both criticize the current president, president trump, without ever using his name. reporter john loyer ends has more. >> former president george w. bush hasn't spoken much about politics since leaving the white house nearly a decade ago. but that changed on thursday. >> we've seen our discourse, degraded by casual cruelty, at times it can seem like the force is pulling us apart are stronger than the forces binding us together. >> and although the 43rd president never mentioned president trump's name -- >> people of every race, religion, ethnicity can be fully and ' qually american. >> seemed pretty clear who he was referring to. >> i think the fact that you have a former republican president of the united states speaking out in such clear terms, condemning the trumpism , matters. >> and mr. bush wasn't the only former president to take the stage on thursday. >> some of the politics we see , now we felt we put that to bed. i mean, that put folks 50 years back. >> he also didn't mention his suck ester by
CBS
Oct 16, 2014 5:00am EDT
. is there george brett, loving it. >>> cardinals defense is betraying them in the national league championship series. matt adams throwing error allowed the giants to tie the game four and then san francisco pulled a hit, buster pose i had three runs batted in and giants beat cardinals six to four. san francisco within win away from their third trip to the world series, in the last, five years. >>> cue the music. >>> yeah, prime time football tonight on cbs-3. new york jets traveled to foxboro to take on the afc east rival patriots. pregame coverage kicks off at 7:30 tonight, right here on cbs-3. >>> enjoy the game family. >>> well, winter sports will take center stage next month in center city. >> been waiting for this for years now. >> ice skating is coming to dilworth park right next to city hall. there are fountains at the new park but starting november 4th event a ice rink will cover that area it will be about the the same size at one at rocker feller center in manhattan. several hundred skaters will be allowed out on the ice at the the same time at dilworth plaza and once th
CBS
Aug 11, 2016 5:00am EDT
anything to do with lane closures on the george washington bridge but newly released court documents show cristina rena texted another collogue and accused of christie of lying. during a press conference over the so-called bridge gate scandal. the christie denied those allegations yesterday and another christie aid faces trial next month. >>> still ahead a family of four say they are lucky to be alive after an angry driver shot their car. >>> see gunfire for yourself plus find out what the suspect said to them before the shooting, plus this. >>> when i reached back and i pulled it out, i screamed. >> scary surprise for a man who was simply sitting on his friend's couch. we will tell you what caused the scars you see right there. >>> also it cost nearly 60 million-dollar to put these flames out and new we know what sparked them. we will tell you the cause of last year valley fire in california. >> ♪ >> speaking of inter galactic, we will talk to franklin institute chief astronomer derek pits about the meet your showers we can see in the sky. pat gallen will be live in a bit. we will
CBS
Jan 10, 2017 5:30am EST
lot of what will happen the public will never see. >> bradley served as president george w. bush's deputy assistant, he says, moving can't start until noon on inauguration day. >> or nice dollars chaos, more like ballet, thing moving in, things moving out. >> on january 20th the choreograph chaos will un fowl again when the trump move in turning the white house into their home. >> i love living in this room. sunny side of the house. >> in 1962, jack kennedy onassis restored the building and created the white house historical asomugha owes agents, which still approves all major changes, the trump's will have free rain over the residence, barring any structural updates, and president-elect donald trump can completely redo the oval office from art to wallpaper to the rug, defining feature. >> one of the things he lovers is the exquisite architecture. >> washington interior designer maury driesdale predict the trump's will not bring the decadent style of their manhattan apartment to dc. >> thinking about the ideas that are going to be helping in their lives. and not as much attention o
CBS
Aug 15, 2015 5:00am EDT
want to stay away from young prince george, we will have that s i am never getting married. never. psssssh. guaranteed. you picked a beautiful ring. thank you. we're never having kids. mmm-mmm. breathe. i love it here. we are never moving to the suburbs. we are never getting one of those (minivan). we are never having another kid. i'm pregnant. i am never letting go. for all the nevers in life, state farm is there. when we go to the store i find my box of honey bunches of oats, and i'm checking to see if i packaged it. he says "it has a certain code, that's my line, this is the date." if the last 3 letters were p22, that's me. >>> welcome back. new this morning authorities in china evacuated a 2-mile zone over fear of chemical contamination following blast that is rocked a chinese port city on wednesday. wrapped series of blast ripped through an industrial area in the city that housed hazardous chemicals to explain how severe those explosions were, authorities say each blast was equal to setting off 21 tons have of tnt. the the death toll in this climbed to 85. >>> just an incredi
CBS
Nov 2, 2011 5:00pm EDT
him as a corrupt politician who sold his power. >> reporter: 74-year-old prince george's county senator ulysses currie in the fight of his life, as prosecutors blast him in closing arguments, telling jurors, senator currie used his office to get shoppers what they wanted. that's c they paid him a -- why they paid him a quarter million dollars. prosecutors say they used evidence that proved currie used his power to pass legislation, allowing shoppers to transfer a liquor license, to get shoppers traffic lights near stores and he tried, though failed, to get millions in state grant money for a benefit that would have benefited shoppers, all, prosecutors say, without ever disclosing that he was working as a paid consultant for the grocery store as required on forms. >> but his attorneys say it was all perfectly legal. and they call his omissions on his state ethics forms a mistake. >> reporter: former lieutenant governor anthony brown and steny hoyer all took the stand to say he is a good man. they'll all confess they had no idea he was being paid by shoppers. his wife said that sh
CBS
Dec 16, 2009 5:00pm EST
burning car. the prince george's county fire department said the woman was rear ended by a jeep on the capital beltway. the fuel tank of the jeep then burst into flames. the woman couldn't get out of the jeep because her foot was stuck on the gas pedal and her doors wouldn't open. several people worked to rip the roof off the jeep and pull the driver out. she was taken to a hospital with injuries that are not considered life life- threatening. >>> pilots told the national transportation safety board, that until a flight attendant called them, they were unaware of the situation. the plane was out of radio contact for 77 minutes. and flew 100 miles past minneapolis. >>> more problems for the world's largest computer chip maker intel is facing a series of new anti trust charges. the lawsuit claims the company used illegal sales tactics and kept prices artificially high for a decade. intel is also fighting separate antitrust cases in europe, south korea and new york state. >>> an angry courtroom confront a. erin andrews faces the man who stalked her and posted nude videos of her online. >>
CBS
Sep 29, 2009 5:00pm EDT
prince george's county for passing a bill banning cigar sales. >>> baltimore county police need help identifying a suspect in an armed robbery at a convenience store. police say this man entered the royal farms store on wind lass drive in essex. and threatened the store clerk. another suspect was also involved. but his image wasn't caught on camera. anyone with information is asked to call baltimore county police. >>> an 18-year-old will spend six years behind bars, for initiating a violent escape from a maryland detention center. rioting broke out last spring, allowing 14 juveniles to run away. michael martin pleaded guilty to escape and second-degree assault. nine teens were charged as adults in the incident. but martins is the harshest so far. >>> a mother sits behind bars tonight, charged with torturing her son for 4 1/2 years and keeping him locked inside a closet. don teague has more for wjz on the child's escape and what will become of the woman's seven other children. >> reporter: the unidentified boy escaped from this northeast oklahoma city apartment last friday, with
CBS
Dec 29, 2010 5:00pm EST
program. others are baltimore county, carroll, frederick, prince george's, queen anne's, and st. mary. >> i.c.e. says its intent to convict people of violent crimes. but it also says people who are violating immigration law are not getting asylum. >> reporter: minor offenders are more often affected. >> somewhere around 83%, as of august, of the people who had been deported, were arrested on misdemeanors or were noncriminals. >> reporter: the group says it is making immigrants afraid to report crime. but the anne arundel county disagrees. >> this reduces the incidents of racial profiling. fingerprints don't lie. it's a good way to determine whether these people are in the country illegally. >> reporter: suzanne collins, wjz eyewitness news. >> immigrations and cust misdemeanor -- customs enforcement says it has deported 50,000 nationwide since starting the program two years ago. >>> police seize thousands of dollars worth of drugs. the raid occurred in annapolis boulevard. police say cocaine and marijuana were found along with drug marijuana. -- partner. they -- paraphernalia. they al
CBS
Jan 18, 2017 5:00pm EST
. >>> it has been about a month since the death of singer george michael and new we are hearing from his childhood best friend, he talks about michael's demons and questions he wants answered >>> a georgia man is facing charges tonight after his two unleashed pit bulls mixes mauled two children on their way to the school bus. this is the suspect cameron tucker, police say his dogs attacked two children in at the plant, five-year old siray sanders was found unresponsive by neighbors and is hospitalized, six year-old logan brots is also in the hospital. his hotter discovered him on the ground. >> we heard screaming from the house, and everybody came around, and i saw the one child, laying on the ground, and everybody still trying to find the other kids. >> atlanta police shoot and injured one of the two dogs involved in the attack, both are now in the custody of animal control, authorities say it is possible a third dog may have been also involved. >>> authorities want the courts to deny bond for suspect in the shooting of an orlando police officer. forty-one year-old markeith lloyd was ta
CBS
Jan 22, 2010 5:00pm EST
commercial-free telethon, hosted by george clooney, wyclef jean, and anderson cooper. you can see it live here on wjz 13, tonight at 8:00. >>> the multimillion dollar lawsuit against ravens' linebacker terrell suggs, has been dismissed. the mother of suggs' children, candacy williams accused him of pouring bleach on her. all of the allegations remained on civil court. it's not clear if it was dismissed because of an agreement between the two. >>> denise has the latest developments from fire investigators for us tonight. >> well, investigators originally said there was no smoke detectors in the home when it burned down. turns out, they were wrong. the fire started on the 1600 block of east baltimore street. the family was found dead in the home. and today, authorities have confirmed that there were two smoke alarms found inside the house. and both of them were activated. mary? >> okay. thank you. it is unclear what led investigators to initially believe there were no smoke detectors in the house. the cause of the fire is still under investigation tonight. >>> a prominent local doctor in a
CBS
Sep 27, 2011 5:00pm EDT
horrible scene inside a prince george's county home, where police are investigating the death of a young girl. denise is in the newsroom with the latest. >> reporter: a family finds a 6- year-old girl unresponsive in a bathtub. it happened last night. investigators say the family tried to revive the girl, but she later died at a hospital. prince george's county police are trying to figure out whether the girl was being supervised. the medical examiner is performing an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death. >> prince george's county police are investigating the death of a 10-month-old boy found unresponsive in a bathtub. >> a brutal attack in an unusually quiet section of pikesville. when it's over, an elderly man limps inside his apartment building, looking for help. mike schuh has details for us. mike? >> reporter: the victim had walked down the steps to the garage, countless times. but this time, someone was waiting, waiting with a hammer. >> reporter: those who live in these condos at 11 slade say they can't remember such a crime. >> it makes me frustrated and angry. ver
CBS
Dec 19, 2011 5:00pm EST
, george littlewort-- and it says "maker, london," so that gives the game away slightly, was free of the clockmakers company in 1822, and he supplied the post office with the majority of these mail guard watches. the heyday of the english stagecoach really was the 1820s. trains came into use a couple of decades later, so i'm interested to know why it might have been of railway use. because my father was a goods agent with the railways, and he was given it supposedly as a railway piece of memorabilia. this is how he-- where he thought it had come from. right. well... there was always a key there, which is now missing, sadly, and that allowed-- oh, i see why you think it's of railway interest. we'll come to that in a minute. that allowed this back plate to slide out, and there you've got the winding, the setting of the hands, and the slow/fast. remember, the stagecoaches then were running pretty much to the minute, and, really, until the 1860s were running and carrying passengers and mail out in the provinces before the railway network stretched that far, and the demise of the stagecoa
CBS
Jul 1, 2011 5:00pm EDT
ammunition in a separate place. >>> another accidental shooting this, one in a prince george's county playground is under investigation. a five-year-old shot his four- year-old neighbor in the back. it happened at an apartment complex in hillcrest heights. the child is expected to survive. the detectives are strike to determine who owns the gun and where the pair got it. >>> a maryland native is missing in georgia tonight, and police have made a gruesome discovery in her apartment complex. jessica is falling the case from the newsroom. jessica. >> reporter: the woman grew up in howard county and attended appleton high school. she was lasts seen alive on june 25th in georgia. investigators found a dead body near her apartment but knows remains have not been positively identified. neighbors say she expressed concern because she thought someone tried to break into her apartment. police center two persons of interest in the case. >> thank you. she was preparing to take the bar exam. her family and friends held a chair service last night in laurel. >>> police mace make an arrest in the kil
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Jul 21, 2010 5:00pm EDT
pair of double murders. now, police in prince george's county announce they have a suspect. check in for these stories and all the breaking news at 6:00. back to you. >> thanks, vic. >> eyewitness sports is next. x? >>> the o's on safn upnote. >> the up note is they won late last night. 13 of them. but today -- >> i hadn't heard. sorry. >> but not bad. early on, the orioles had the cobwebs in their eyes, before finally getting a wake-up call and seeing their life midway through the game. at one point, the birds face a 4-0 deficit. baltimore steps up. lays down an rbi double. adam jones, coming around the mountain, making the turn. and the birds rally to within 4- 3. bottom 5, the comeback continues for luke scott just days off the disabled list. his chopper scores tejada. and you can call this one, 4-4. all tied up on the scoreboard. however, in the 6th. jason berken walks in the go ahead run. there's a batter going home with the bases lloyded. and -- loaded. and tampa bay goes on to win. and they win the series, two games to one. >>> last night, not long before the stroke of midnigh
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Apr 24, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: in any case, the case has been linked to trayvon martin's case in florida. there, george zimmerman is charged with the 17-year-old's murder, accused of racially profiling martin as a neighborhood watch captain. in fact, werdesheim's lawyers called the similarities both symbolic and significant. they're expected to ask a judge to rule instead of a jury, claiming it would be difficult to find a jury that is impartial. in both cases, the defense -- defendants said they were acting in self-defense. but during pretrial, the victim said he was cornered, slammed to the ground and beaten. >> reporter: right now, both sides are wrapping up pretrial motions. the defense is trying to put together evidence for when the trial officially gips, likely tomorrow morning. -- begins, likely tomorrow morning. >>> both brothers face multiple charges, including false imprisonment and assault. >>> police say an abused puppy is rescued in anne arundel county. police say they attempted to neuter their golden retriever without medical assistance. the dog received emergency care, and charms are pen
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Feb 12, 2016 5:00pm EST
impersonating spca officers and taking pets. george bengal says that is up from one or two stolen pet cases he sees a year. >> some of these animals are valued over $2,000. >> reporter: in some cases frauds are flashing fake badges are dressed in all black uniforms. >> it is well intentioned, okay, but these people, you know, they are not above the law. they don't make the law. >> reporter: bengal says if caught they could face felony including theft by deception and burglary. that is what johnson says she plans to pursue. >> i plan on filing a lawsuit. i was really upset the because i was like they took someone out of my house. it is like taking a child out of your house. when you are so close and that animal i was really close to. >> reporter: spca says its officers will arrive in uniform and present a state issued photo id but if you still concerned call the philadelphia a police or spca directly have live from wissonoming, i'm anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> criminal charges are pending against a driver involved in the hit and run in chester. delaware county authorities a brahim
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Dec 6, 2017 5:00pm EST
a student is in custody for prompting a lock down at george washington high school in northeast philadelphia we're told this stemmed from an image of that student holding two guns that circulating on social media. police say the picture was not taken inside the school. >>> discovery of hateful vandalism rocks a philadelphia school community, this all happened at al fitzpatrick elementary school, in the chalfont neighborhood. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos is live near that school with what officials and parents are saying tonight, greg. >> reporter: nicole this all began around 9:15 this morning where, staff at this school entering the school they noticed a graffiti and they called philadelphia police department, by 3:15 this afternoon, all students left the school with a note, to their parents. >> dear parent/guardian this letter is continue on form you of an incident that happened at aloysius fitzpatrick school on december 6th, 2017. >> reporter: that incident offensive graffiti found around 9:00 in the morning on the rear door of this northeast philadelphia school, the
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Dec 4, 2017 5:00pm EST
the numbers, for more than a month and despite last night's loss temple university professor george deemer says chances are still pretty good, he studies odd in the sports gambling markets. eagles are between a 12 to 15 percent chance to win it all. but that number was baiter file wins ago. bird peaked at 20 percent. here's what fans to have say. >> we didn't play our best game, kind of confirms one of my fears that we're a good team but not quite at that level of the seahawks and patriots and teams like that. >> overall i'm disappointed but i'm not any worse for worry, we will be fine, we're 10-two. nothing panic about. >> my man. >> um-hmm. >> we're 10-two. don't panic. >> that is right. >> chill out. >> chill. >> and, 15-one good probably not. they probably had a loss coming. it is disturbing how it happen lets see how they bounce back this week in l.a. >> mark of a good team. >> you have to learn those lessons too. >> speaking of los angeles the team is on the west coast right now as we speak as they get to prior to take on l.a. rams and i'm going out there, and we will start re
CBS
May 15, 2012 5:00pm EDT
: the evidence was on display inside the same courtroom, where george huguely was convicted of murdering yeardley love, who grew up in cockeysville. it included more than 200 photos of the case. one showed a bloody crime scene, and a 12-inch hole in the door, where huguely kicked it in. also, e-mails and text messages exchanged between the two. you're the biggest scum bag i've ever met wrote yeardley. huguely wrote, you're so expletive stupid. they also had to look at yeardley love's autopsy photos, which are not being released to the public. at the time, one juror described what he saw and said it would haunt him for a long time. >> her eye was completely swollen shut. like you couldn't open it at all. >> the truth is, the scar is going to be there my whole life. i never knew yeardley love. but i got to know her best friends, i got to know her family. i got to see parts of her life in photographs. >> reporter: love was killed in may of 2010. huguely was found guilty of murder and grand larsony in -- larceny in february. >> he bears responsibility for what happened. >> reporter
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Jun 23, 2011 5:00pm EDT
applied statewide. >> reporter: it mirrors a similar scandal at george washington elementary last year. the city has since spent nearly $400,000 to put testing monitors in every city school. >> reporter: and that is something that the state school superintendent called a bold move. now, city school ceo dr. andres alonzo, his contract is up next month. but he hinted he would be staying on at the press conference today. reporting live, mike hellgren. >> that's breaking news in itself, mike. wjz will have reaction from mayor stephanie rawlings-blake tonight tonight at 6:00. >>> a baltimore officer remains in critical condition tonight after she was knocked off the jfx. the car accident sent officer teresa rigby, flying off an elevated section of the highway tuesday. rigby has undergone at least two rounds of surgery to repair a fractured leg and pelvis. a team of investigators is examining evidence and questioning evidence found in the accident. police say a 25-year-old man lost control of a car and struck a pipe this morning. that driver was killed along with his 22-year-old female
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Dec 15, 2010 5:00pm EST
boyfriend, george huguely was charged. but now, huguely's lawyer say the medical examiner's cause of death is inconclusive. they think it's likely love died from something other than a beating. the medical examiner reiterates what he thinks was the cause of death. >> say that one more time? >> blunt force injuries. >> do you feel like the autopsy is inconclusive? >> no. >> the judge said the medical examiner's report will remain sealed. >> george huguely waived his right to appear in court today. >>> survivors opened fire in a school board meeting, while a camera records every terrifying second. we want to warn you, the footage you're about to see is disturbing. manuel gallegus has the story for wjz. >> just listen to me for a minute. >> i don't want anybody to get hurt. >> bill huzfeld pleaded with the man who pulled out a gun during a school board meeting. but the man, clay duke, refused to back down. what happens next is disturbing to watch. >> please dont. please don't. please. [ gunshots ] >> he missed his target completely, despite firing at point-blank range. >> he was going t
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Mar 11, 2016 5:00pm EST
, and guest list. first lady michelle obama paid her last respects a as did former president george w. bush and three former first ladies. the reagan's children patty davis and ron reagan, junior reflect on their mother a's devotion to their father and their family. >> when my father was shot and my mother rush to the hospital they at the first would not let her see him. i have to, she said. you don't understand how it is with us. >> reporter: nancy reagan will rest in piece inches within the former president on the library's ground. chris martinez for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> relatives of every president, dating back to john f. kennedy attend the funeral. reagan's hill side tomb faces west toward pacific ocean. >> she was loved by so much. >> what a mix of people there today with all of the people back to the kennedy administration, amazing. >>> campaign 2016 republican front runner is picking up an endorsement from a former rival candidate. ben carson drew his support behind donald trump. he was able get over trump attacks begins him during campaign because he has gotten to kn
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Feb 10, 2012 5:00pm EST
talking about. >> george huguely breaks down, as he listens to chilling testimony about the death of his ex-girlfriend. the highly charged moments as huguely stands accused of killing baltimore native yeardley love. jessica kartalija explains what brought many in that courtroom to tears. jessica? >> kai, love's family, huguely and at least two jur hors were in ter -- tears as they learned his former girlfriend had, in fact died. >> reporter: former university of lacrosse player admitted he wrestled with and shoved yeardley love, but never punch said or strangled -- her. this, played inside charlottesville district court. the footage was recorded hours after love's body was discovered in her apartment in may of 2010. huguely told police he had gone to talk to love about their on again-off-again relationship. but insists he doesn't inflict lethal injuries. >> reporter: a charlottesville detective told huguely, quote, she's dead. huguely, how the expletive is she did? because -- dead? >> because you killed her. george responds, she's dead? she's dead? she's dead? how? i didn't even expl
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May 23, 2015 5:00am EDT
ahead george clooney returns to the big screen. >> i'm kevin frazier coming up the the future meets present and impossible becomes real when george clooney takes us on a looking for one of these? yoplait. smooth, creamy, and craved by the whole family. >>> starting on monday there will be a new way for fans of classic tv series and movies to go back in time and reexperience shows like i love lucy also mary tyler moore show happy days and cheers. cbs and legal broadcasting are launching decades that will be available here in philadelphia a on cbs-3 digital channel. network will feature a show called through the decade hosted by bill curtis, and it will look back at news, cultural event connected to a theme or day in history. decade will go back in time to commemorate release of star wars on memorial day weekend back in 1977. >>> you can watch decade, once gannon comcast on channel 244 or fios 483 or over the air on channel 3.2. >>> in theaters this weekend a new disney sci-fi flick kevin frasier from entertainment tonight has more on tomorrow land. >>> this week science and imaginati
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Jan 11, 2017 5:30am EST
strong indication for oscars best picture. >>> and star wars tans will love this, george lucas is planning a new billion dollar museum for los angeles. it will be call the lucas museum of narrative art and showcase his art collectons and movie memorabilia that includes the original mask, expected to open in 2020, los angeles was competing with san francisco for the project. >>> and hey, jim, katie, hi meisha, can you guys play an instrument. >> i can. >> we can try out for bon jovi 's opening act what do you think. >> i'm this. >> totally. >> wait for it. >> coming your way. the bandies coming to philadelphia in march and they are holding a contest for band or singers to open up for their upcoming tour. could it be us? it may be. >> artists, all you have to to is up load videos of yourself performing original music, concert pro hotter live nation will select ten finalists and bon jovi will pick winners to perform 20 minute sets. >> i posted this on facebook and twitter. i played the accordion. i don't know if that will match up with the bon jovi style. >> i play recorder. >> lawre
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Mar 14, 2016 5:00pm EDT
has latest on that investigation from land over, maryland. >> reporter: prince georges county police, draped entrance to the district three station in black, in honor of 28 year-old jacai colson. colson was gun down outside sunday afternoon in what officials called a unprovoked attack. >> this man launched an attack on the police station and engaged several prince georges county police officers in a gunfight to which they responded heroically. >> reporter: they are adding flowers to the makeshift memorial near the site of the shooting. dennis sharp heard the gun shots. >> turn tv down and i heard four or five shots. i got up when i heard helicopter and came outside and that is when i saw police men and everybody was in a frantic state. >> reporter: police shot and injured the gun man being treated a at the hospital. they arrested two of his brothers and shows evidence the shows that the gunman intended to die in the shoot-out. law enforcement who came to the hospital where colson was being treated were distraught after learning he died from his wounds. >> he lit up a room. he was a t
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Oct 14, 2016 5:00pm EDT
of batman and robin. >> who invited you. >> george was great. i had a blast with george. he was my kind of guy, lunchtime, every day, get a basketball game going. we related on a lot of levels. >> we will have have so much more tonight on the insider, ukee and nicole, back to you in the studio. >> thanks, louie. you can see ncis los angeles this sunday at 8:00 right here on cbs-3 with chris o'donnell. >> yes. >> hi, chris. >> yes. >> he is hitched. >> he is about as fine as this weather. >> look at you. >> that was solid transition, yes. >> a beautiful day to day after yesterday, well, wasn't the greatest day, couple showers around but sunshine returns, nice crisp fall air beautiful for that spice pumpkin latte and getting a live look at margate, quiet conditions but nice conditions on the beach there. blue skies, and the ocean waves, crashing, as we get a look at center city philadelphia looking just as nice, couple high cloud grazing the scene therest as temperatures feeling good. 63 degrees. our dew point dropped off dramatically over has 24 hours, down into the 30's. feeling ni
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Aug 27, 2009 5:00pm EDT
the fence. >> so then they put their graffiti on the window. >> reporter: reverend st. george graw shows wjz, the graffiti, covering his church tags everywhere, screams "cut." >> so you believe this was intimidation? >> i think it was intimidation by the gangs to not only the community but to the people of god, to the church. >> reporter: reverend cross said he agreed to hold a funeral tomorrow for a young man gunned down in the neighborhood last week. >> it surprises me that we have reached that stage in culture where people would think of desecrating a church or a synagogue or a temple. >> reporter: police sources would not confirm whether they believe this is gang-related or connected to the funeral. but there will be heightened security because of the incident. >> i don't know what trane means or ggk. but there seems to be some connection between ggk and trane. >> reporter: while sources say those are gang symbols, they don't fit together and don't appear to be done by these gangs. whoever is responsible, the reverend says he is not scared. >> do you have faith that something i
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Nov 4, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. the school's principal, george roberts, forefitted the win and ended the season. but today, prohibits changed his mind. >> they will play. >> reporter: this week, his original decision started a firestorm. after parents called the burney dance, lewd and inappropriate behavior. >> my issue with the students wasn't the dance, the type of dance. it was more that the dance was done. >> there's no talking, no curse words, no touching of the private parts. >> reporter: perry hall parents and players protested and fairs book pages calling for a return of the season popped up. parents say roberts made a bad call. >> it was a rough decision. just glad they overturned it and they'll get to play. >> reporter: the barn bernie dance comes from the movie "weekend at bernie's ." now, it is a hit among professional sports, especially amongst ravens players. now that the students will be allowed to play, they say they'll keep the bernie out of the play. >> i don't know if we'll do anything spectacular if we do score because i don't want to get in trouble again. >> reporter: gigi barnett, wjz eyewitnes
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Jun 22, 2012 5:00pm EDT
in prince george's county. turns out, he pulled over an off-duty police officer who was driving his private vehicle. the real officer figured it out and the suspect is now facing several charges. >>> boys who taunted an elderly bus monitor in new york are now receiving death threats. dick brennan reports for wjz, with the latest fallout from the viral video. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: this apology was a start for bus monitor karen klein. >> thank you. >> i apologize. >> reporter: robert helm is the father of one of the four seventh grade boys who picked on klein on the bus. [ indescernible ] >> there's no excuse. >> no. >> and we're going to get to the bottom of that. but it really broke my heart and i shed a lot of tears thinking about that whole thing. and i just want you to know that my family, all of us are deeply saddened by this whole thing and we're going to get it right. >> reporter: the humiliation was recorded, posted on youtube, then viewed around the world. >> oh, my god, you're so fat! >> reporter: now there's backlash. some of the boys are receiving death threats. that
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Nov 30, 2011 5:00pm EST
pulled over. made it like i guess it was like 3 inches of tar. >> reporter: now, 50-year-old george delaney has received two citations for failure to secure a load and failure to obey a state trooper. the trooper says after he pulled delaney over, he ordered them to stay at a service area. and the next morning, delaney and the truck were gone. the harm it caused was not. >> i have never been so damn scared with my life and my life before. we had no idea if we were going to get hit with other vehicles. >> the car was like on ice. it was so slippery. the car was like on ice. >> and we got to the point where we fell like with the tar. we are shaking the car, pretty much felt like you were in an earthquake. >> reporter: the company that owns the truck and ts express llc of stevensville, is working to file insurance claims. no word yet on how much the disaster will cost to clean up. >> the owner of mts issued a statement to wjz to say they continue to investigate how this happened. and so far, have not put together all of the pieces. reporting in stevensville, on the eastern shore, weiji
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Apr 18, 2012 5:00pm EDT
represent george zimmerman. now, they declined and referred zimmerman to a current attorney. today, they are charged with second-degree murder in the death of an unarmed florida teenager. >>> a mother is killed outside a pediatric center in houston. vic has more on how police make an arrest in this tragedy. >> a 30-year-old nurse is in custody and charged with capital murder. police say verna mclane wanted a child of her own. they say she shot kayla marie golden seven times, then took her newborn son. police immediately took out an amber alert. the 3-day old baby was found unharmed. police say verna mclane was arrested at her sister's home and admitted to the shooting. >> police say they had no evidence to believe that golden was specifically targeted. >>> another scandal for the u.s. army photos surface that show american troops allegedly posing next to dead bodies in afghanistan. danielle nottingham reports. a criminal investigation is under way. >> reporter: top u.s. officials are strongly condemning photos the los angeles times published that appear to show american troops, posing with d
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May 22, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. high earners, for example, in carroll, harford, prince george's, are likely to pay $236 more. taxpayers, affected by the hike in frederick, howard, and anne arundel counties, and baltimore city, are likely to see increases between $437, and $704. the highest increases are likely to affect residents in baltimore county, montgomery, and talbot counties, ranging from $705, to $955 more this year. >> the increases take effect june 1st and are retroactive to january 1st of this year. lawmakers get their next shot at raising revenues in a special session, tentatively scheduled for july. i'm pat warren in annapolis, now, back to you on tv hill. >> the governor is expected to call a special session in july, on expanded gambling, to include table games and a new casino in prince george's county. >>> a naval academy tradition is successfully carried out today in annapolis. students just capped off their first year in the academy, with a climb up the herndon monument. it makes the task more difficult. students began the annual event in 1940. at the end, as you saw, they replaced their h
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