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Mar 10, 2016 5:00pm EST
funeral tomorrow including first lady michelle alabama and former period george w. bush. >>> this charlotte family traveled across the country for a life-saving surgery only to find out that they had no place to stay and were out, thousands of dollars. >> when you see something wrong, you pretty much want to go after them. >> the kindness of stranger that is helped them get through tragedy. >> clouds setting up a beautiful sunset and the big story, incredible warmth. 78 in most of the metro area. when cooler air will arrive and we'll talk about rain as well. fight ey want to >>> state leaders are meeting to talk about stopping charlotte's controversial lgbt ordnance. >> jenna deery learned that they want to take action fast before it takes effect from three weeks. jenna? >> reporter: i was told, erica, it could be two weeks despite the governor urging them to wait until they are scheduled to be back in raleigh at the end of next month and right legislative ammunition to shoot down the city's decision. >> and i think we will have something to move on real quick. >> all those in fav
CBS
Mar 27, 2017 5:00am EDT
, sixers down two, paul george with bad pass, sergio rodriguez comes up with it, goes all the way down for the lay up. rodriguez finishes with six points, tie it up at 41. paul george and the pacers turn up the heat, george, with the three. finish with team high 21 points. sixers fall 107-94 to the pacers. >> that's all for sports, i'm leslie advance arsdale, have a great. >> i love run is in the history books. >> the run raises money for several local charities, this year's 13-mile course included center city and fairmount park. the half marathon attracted 10,000 runners, from all across the country, one runner was our very own rahel solomon who was thrilled at the experience. >> had some moments oh, can i do this, but, you know, i've done it before. and just awesome thing, everybody's energy, all of the runners, nothing like the community of runners. so i'm excited. >> good for her. now, the love run has raised more than $150,000 for local charities, including the fairmount park conservancy. >> we should point out our 6:30 producer ranas well, and he's working today, but rahel had to tak
ABC
Feb 16, 2016 5:30pm EST
the country. 20 reported tornadoes. a woman was buried under her home. former president george w. bush taking aim and you will hear it. adele is explaining what happened. hope to see you for world news tonight. >> thank you. when it comes to the perfect cup of coffee, will you -- we will show you why a woman in the triangle is known for brewing the best. first, let's go outside. this is how nice it is. people are out in shorts and tank tops exercising. that was not the case yesterday get out and enjoy that feeling. you know the one. that "grand-slam, aced-the-presentation" feeling. multiply that feeling. it's the deal of all deals. a moment worthy of celebration. now multiply that. you're everyone's hero in the championship of all championships it's that feeling. multiplied. introducing the new multiplier scratch-offs. yea, that feeling i hope we have a buyer for the house. me too! what are the neighbors doing here? bill! hey! i didn't know your home wifi could stream so many devices at the same time. dad, it's time warner cable. 300 megs. crazy-fast. dad! you can get wifi all over thi
CBS
Dec 27, 2016 5:00am EST
has to meet with the school officials to explain his side. last saturday, george tweeted: all i want for christmas is white genocide. he told the associated press the message was meant to be satirical, mocking what he called the imaginary concept of white genocide, which he says, was invented by white supremecist. >>> in a statement, drexel he will university says while the university recognizes the right of it faculty to freely express their thoughts and finance in public debate, the professor comments are utterly reprehensible, deeply disturbing, and do not in anyway reflect the values of the university. the university is taking this situation very seriously. the protest or react today drexel's statement saying it sends a chilling message. he also says he's received hundreds of death threats since his original post. >>> well, a pod cast sparks a back and forth between our current president and our president-elect. that is after president obama says he's confident he would have won the presidency again. mr. trump was quick to disagree, roxannea has the latest from new york. >>
CBS
Apr 3, 2017 5:30am EDT
the panhandle of florida, and then the rest of the south moving into george a everything sort of shifting east. we do start to see this system moving, sending moisture offer to the northeast, but look at the heavy thunderstorms currently rumbling in here across some of the states. you can start to already see some of the storm getting it strength, gathering organization, you see more of the comma shape that's taking place, so, now that it has got its organization together it heads our way it, does bring with it some rain and thunderstorms. so this is one of two storms that we are going to be tracking in the next couple of days, but let's turn to the eyewitness weather watch ers, lots to report this morning, little more chill in the air in some spots than others, 33, mark out in chatsworth, 33 as well, out toward new ham over, gilbertsville, pretty sure that's eileen's observations but zero in on couple of other folks here, john carol sending in chilly temperature at 38 degrees this morning, he's only got couple every clouds out there, but definately i would certainly echo this fu
CBS
Mar 16, 2016 5:00am EDT
officials say the 15 year-old ninth grade's tended george washington carver high school of engineering and science in north philadelphia. a letter was sent home with students notifying parents about the teenager's death. counselors will be on hand at school today, tonight's meeting will take place there as well and begins at 6:00 o'clock. >>> bacteria meningitis can be contagious. here are symptoms to look for, it includes a fever, headache, stiff neck and increased sensitivity to light. >>> a high school hockey game end with a ugly post game brawl that seriously hurt a worker at the ice rink. the a as alexandria hoff reports police hope video of the vicious fight will help them fine the people involved. >> reporter: friday evening when the flyers cup division a championship game between springfield high school and west chester rushtin. >> two wonderful hockey clubs, two great coaching staffs and two teams full of great player/athletes and it was a great game. unfortunately. >> reporter: that unfortunate turn produced this, a violent encounter caught on videotape that has b
ABC
Feb 9, 2016 5:30pm EST
know, it hasn't set in yet. >> stanley county sheriff george called this home a crime scene. but won't say if he thinks amy killed herself or was killed by somebody. >> it's under investigation. this is a tragedy for the community. the family. >> pieces of crime scene tape are still around the home. the state bureau of investigation has sent five agents to work with county investigators. the sheriff says he just sent more evidence to a state crime lab today for processing. nobody has been charged with any crimes in connection to amy's death. and the sheriff wouldn't comment on whether or not they have a suspect. >> we want to make sure everything is done properly. i have too much respeck for her and that family. >> amy's husband is the town's former chief of police. reverend dwight new amy for 39 years. and says he feels like he lost his daughter. both he and joe, say amy isn't one who would have killed herself. >> there's a lot of questions and no answers. >> visitation is thursday and her funeral is friday. reporting from oak borrow, liz foster, channel 9 eyewitness news. >>> t
CBS
Apr 18, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >>> denise is in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: 21-year-old george delaney of frederick was a student at rochester institute of technology. delaney went missing last month. he told his roommates he would be right back but he never returned. over the weekend, two hikers found his remains in the woods, 45 miles from campus. a month later, delaney's car was found abandoned in the same area. the results of the autopsy are expected sometime today. police say they do not suspect foul play. >> delaney's parents say their son was struggling in school before he disappeared. >>> you've probably heard this one before. but prices at the pump are soaring once again. a new report say shows the average cost for a gallon of regular now tops $4 in several states, including washington, d.c. prices are up nearly a dollar in the past year. and they're expected to remain high as we head into the summer season. >>> here in maryland, gas will cost you $3.82. prices were at $2.84 just a year ago. >>> you had a few extra days. but the deadline for your income tax is fast approaching. tax day was pushe
CBS
Aug 4, 2009 5:00pm EDT
georges county. several jurisdictions reported reductions in violent crime. >>> the governor wants the baltimore city police department's mounted patrol saved. >> reporter: funding for the horse patrol will end in 12 weeks. today governor o'malley dropped by the paddocks giving support. they are hoping to save $150,000 through this budget cut. the baltimore police foundation is collecting money to cover care and food for the animals. >>> wjz is always on log on to wjz.com. >>> maryland is moving forward with a controversial plan to put light rail service east to west. pat war reason live in canton, one of the stops on the route. >> reporter: hi sally. the red line drew fire from people in canton opposed to the line. the train pulls in to west baltimore station and out steps margaret o'malley into the controversy. >> it was the one that was most favorably received during the public hearing process [ booing ] [ applause ] >> reporter: they applaud, the supporters and opposition boos. [ yelling, booing, clapping ] >>> they will be taking away a whole lane of parking, reducing sidewalks, c
CBS
Apr 20, 2010 5:00pm EDT
anne arundel and prince george's county were called to the wayson's trailer park. this is located along the patuxent river along anne arundel county. you see divers working. it was initially a call that a teenager had gone into the patuxent river, not too far from the trailer park, gone underwater. and they did not see him resurface. they've had two maryland state police helicopters here on the scene, searching along the river. this is right along, where route 4 goes along the patuxent river. they have not located the victim at this time. they are presuming that he is possibly drowned. you see divers from prince george's county and others on the scene. they are located over in the trailer park area. at this point, it is not clear for certain whether anyone was drowned. but someone saw a teenager go into the water and want -- and not resurface. they are presuming that he is drowned at this point. >> just really quick, i want to give our viewers a reference point. this headed out toward 301 south. >> that is correct. this is actually, they're saying the route 4 bridge in waysons and
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
ABC
Mar 11, 2016 5:00pm EST
guests including first lady michelle obama, hillary clinton, and george w and laura bush, former california governor arnold schwartzeneger and maria shriver. wayne newton and tom selleck and gary sinise. and abc's own diane sawyer also delivered a reading from the book of john. you to be with me that you also may be where i am. >> also reflecting on her life. her daughter and son. mrs. reagan will be laid to rest next to her husband in the hillside tomb. >>> tonight a north carolina trooper's home is riddled with bullet holes. deputies say this happened after his neighbors got into a fight. eyewitness news reporter dave faherty was at the home. deputies collected a lot of evidence. you spoke to the troopers wife about this. >> she was obviously alarmed by what happened. she tells me minutes before that shooting, she had left with the couple's three young children to go run some, errand s. >> we spoke with his wife who was stunned to see the seven rounds that tore through the home. >> i was thankful that we weren't here. overwhelmed it had happened but grateful that no one was hur
CBS
Oct 7, 2016 5:00am EDT
, ice. >> i mean, i think it is george us to watch on video right there. >> oh, see i'm with you on that one. it is always great when you don't have to go out in it. >> right. the sun great to go out in. >> absolutely, we'll see plenty of that, dow want to start thing off by taking just another look at mute ooh, since i think it continues to be the main weather headlines, a lot of just either have friend, family, have traveled down there, or live down there, this is very serious storm system. thankfully only delivering very indirect impact to our area which we'll discuss. let me take you out here to just couple of the likely first, that we will see, with matthew. >> first category one landfall, 100 miles of the kennedy space center and major hundred cane that's impact the the jacksonville area since 1898. very long history here where we have seen some impressive. >> been a while since we've seen something of this magnitude. i really hope a lot of people or majority of the people under the evacuation orders have taken heed, and actually listened. now, looking at storm scan3, nice wid
CBS
Jul 18, 2014 5:00pm EDT
didn't even get close. buba watson could not name one. >> rory mcilroy said george lucas. just for your information, guys it is john, paul, george and ringo. >> george harrison, not george lucas. >>> members of the philadelphia orchestra, no doubt have no problem naming the beatles. next week the philadelphians will orchestrate two performances of a beatles tribute show, the classical mystery tour at the kimmel center. >> in eye on the arts, pat ciarrocchi has story of two artist whose typically play beethoven but they are ready for the beatles. >> ♪ >> reporter: they look kind of like john, paul, george and ringo but will sound as close as you can get. >> literally they are playing transcriptions of what the beatles did. >> classical twist, in orchestration by the philadelphia orchestra. >> ♪ >> we actually get a the lieutenant of inspiration, musical inspiration, spiritual inspiration, from groups like the beatles. >> if i had chance to sing along. >> reporter: don who plays, wanted to be ringo as a kid. >> i was, you know, whacking the cardboard boxes, you know, just to try
CBS
Aug 24, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: and there have been four aftershocks reported throughout the region and in prince george's county, several apartment buildings were condemned, leaving hundreds homeless. no major injuries reported in our area. reporting live, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> all right, mike. thank you so much. complete coverage continues in southeast baltimore. alex demetrick, following the ongoing searchfor damage for yesterday's quake. alex? >> mary, building inspectors and structural engineers have been examining buildings throughout maryland and looking for potential weak spots, following yesterday's earthquake. >> reporter: sometimes, there's no missing what tuesday's quake shook loose. a large section of brick wall in southeast baltimore, a pile of heavy stones on the sidewalk in front of st. patrick's catholic church in fells point. potentially lethal damage from above. >> we thank the lord that no one was injured. throughout the area. but certainly here in the church or in the neighborhood. >> reporter: but there is still a risk, if you know where to look. >> almost to the pea
CBS
Mar 16, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >>> oscar winner under arrest. george clooney is handcuffed in washington, d.c. >> why the actor and his father were taken into custody. >> hi. i'm kai jackson. >> and i'm jessica kartalija. mary is off tonight. and here's what people are talking about. >> hollywood star george clooney spends time behind bars. police arrest him in washington, d.c., during a protest against brutality in sudan. danielle nottingham joins us with the latest. >> reporter: agents cuffed george clooney and hauled him away in a secret service van, during a protest at the embassy of sudan. he, along with his father nick clooney and other activists, crossed a picket line. >> just a warning, you will be arrested. >> reporter: it was an act of civil disobedience, sending a message to the sudanese government. >> we need humanitarian aid to be allowed into sudan before it becomes a crisis in the world. the second thing we need is for the government in cartume to stop randomly killing its own innocent men, women and children. >> reporter: demonstrators blocked the entrance to the united sudanese embassy to symbolize th
CBS
Sep 1, 2010 5:00pm EDT
this is in the new carrollton area of prince george's county. this is off of route 50, near the capital beltway. a marc train, apparently disabled for some period of time, was sitoth rails. passengers on board apparently no attempt has been made to get them off. and it appears that that diesel engine has hooked up to the back of the train and will continue to push the train to its destination. now, it's not clear at this point whether this is north or southbound train. but as you can -- there's the diesel line. there's been no reports of injury. and it's not clear at this point what caused the train to shut down. apparently it lost power and has been here for sometime. you see, there is some amtrak employees waiting nearby. but at this point, no buses have been ordered. no one has left the train. it appears the train has been pushed to another station. >> we'll be right back. ,,,, [ male announcer ] the new subway $2.50 breakfast combo! best deal this side of sunrise, so come in and we'll make yours! get a western egg white muffin melt and a 16-ounce cup of freshly brewed seattl
CBS
Mar 18, 2011 5:00pm EDT
set. and tulsa wasn't the only place for great drama. in cleveland, ohio, villanova and george mason squared off. a 9-8 matchup. and it was a gus johnson moment. >> gus: they are on their feet here. >> gus: villanova with no times. and off the top of the backboard -- no! and front court. morrison. and he makes it. and making a statement: we are back and ready! >> i love me some gus johnson! and they know how to get it done. and it's the second run in the n.c.a.a. tournament. they were the darlings a couple of years ago. and we went to the same high school. and when the coach was an assistant coach for virginia, he was the chief recruiter for me. my dad made me call him, not even the current head coach, because he spent so much time with me and i was choked up to say nope to him as -- "no" to him as a coach. and that's why he is able to get such talent because he knows how to recruit. and he is tough to say "no" to. i was almost in tears saying "no" to him, not the head coach. >> charles: but you said it. >> north carolina was calling. >> and that was a difficult game for me. my daugh
CBS
Jun 15, 2015 5:00pm EDT
jessica. >>> jeb bushies officially, a presidential candidate. the son of the former president george hw bush and brother of the former president george w. bush, announced his campaign at an event in miami. correspondent chris bo swell was there. >> i'm a candidate for president of the united states of america. >> reporter: former florida governor jeb bush made it official monday becoming the 11th republican and third member of his family to seek the g.o.p. presidential nomination. >> we will take washington, the static capitol of this dynamic country and then turn it out of the business of causing problems, and will get back on the front, on the right side of free enterprise and freedom for all americans. >> reporter: the six two-year old bush famous last name was left off his official campaign logo focused on his two terms as governor. >> we made florida number one in job creation and number one in small business creation. 1.3 million new jobs. >> reporter: jeb bush, is entering as a top tear candidate but his maryland rate views on immigration and support for common core education sta
CBS
Sep 2, 2010 5:00pm EDT
shoppers food chain roll. currie was running for his prince george's county seat, unopposed. >> obviously, well liked in the legislature. a bridge builder. and now, he seems ready to be brought down. if he is actually convicted on these charges. >> reporter: according to court documents, currie began receiving $3,000 payments from the food store chain back in february 2003. then in december 2007, those payments jumped to more than $7,000. >> indictment. just goes down the list of things he did. that he did not report on any of his financial forms. >> reporter: but in a written statement, curie's attorney, dale kel berman says this is highly unusual among federal cases in the u.s. there was no bribery cases brought to the table. no hush-hush deal. instead, he signed a contract for shoppers food warehouse. and that was reviewed by shoppers and renewed twice. and currie's attorney agrees he will be exonerated. he writes, the crim charges brought are unfounded. and he will plead not guilty to those charges. simply put, he has committed no crime. >> reporter: and the tib --bi searched currie's
CBS
May 5, 2016 5:00pm EDT
morning is oh, my god what have we done here. >> reporter: last two republican presidents george w and george hw bush have no plans to endorse trump and now mitt romney, the republican nominee of 2012 is skipping the g.o.p. convention all together. trump says he won't change his attacking style as he squares off against hillary clinton. it is a a style that helped take down 16 opponents in the primary. >> you know, i am who i am. i don't like to really change. i feel i'm a presidential person. >> reporter: trump's tactics have hurt him in some polls with higher negative ratings then hillary clinton. clinton has to first beat bernie sanders. the she's campaigning in california thursday ahead of that state's primary next month. craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> donald trump is running as an outsider but he wants his vice-presidential running mate to be an insider. former rival and new jersey governor chris christie is reportedly on the vp short list, according to a monmouth university poll, 41 percent of garden state republicans thinks that would be a bad move for trump. 37
CBS
Jan 17, 2018 5:00pm EST
prince george and princess charlotte. the duchess is set to give birth to her third child in april. >>> legendary beach boy brian wilson went back to school, why he thought he deserved a better grade. >>> also ahead a viral video you really don't want to miss, it is the hot minute with ♪ honey... can we do this tomorrow? ♪ can we do this tomorrow? if you have heart failure symptoms your risk of hospitalization could increase making tomorrow uncertain. but entresto is a medicine that was proven, in the largest heart failure study ever to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto. the most serious side effects are angioedema low blood pressure kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ when can we do this again, grandpa? well, how about tomorrow? ask your doctor about
CBS
Feb 7, 2012 5:00pm EST
, and george huguely were lacrosse players. some friends became concerned about their relationship problems am but they never expected it would end with love found beaten to death. and huguely on murder charges. >> i feel bad for the family. >> love's mother from cockeysville. huguely's father. although it's what many will predict. >> i feel like he'll probably get convicted of first-degree. and legal system, prison. which i guess is probably what he deserves. >> a lot of people are very upset. >> this student launched a new philanthropy project. >> we do a lot of help just in the local area for shelter for help and emergency. >> reporter: university officials say they've also ramped up education on that issue and alcohol abuse. >> do you think people are more careful now? >> i hope so. it was really unfortunate. >> alcohol abuse is a serious problem on college campuses. but at the same time, i would add that the typical drunk college student doesn't kill their girlfriends. >> reporter: most students already made their verdict. now waiting to see if jurors decide the same. >> i jus
CBS
Mar 9, 2015 5:00pm EDT
new jersey that once hosted george washington. the flames started before 2:00 at the building in delaware township this building has a long history. it became a restaurant in 1900 gathering place for resident families visitors and dignitaries ever since. >> everything starts here. this is one place where george washington was. it was built i think in 1735, early 1700's. it is a historic value of is what here it is priceless and it is a terrible hole in our community. >> so far no word on the cause of that fire. >>> well, this just into "eyewitness news" authorities say the the 13 year-old cayman naib shot himself to death. a newtown square teen was found dead yesterday near a creek on his family's property. his parents say that the eighth grader left home on wednesday after receiving a bad progress report from his school. cayman attended the shiply school in bryn mawr and we're told counselors will be available for students there throughout the week. >>> there will be a candle light vigil tonight in memory of philadelphia police officer robert wilson. that vigil will take place a
CBS
Sep 23, 2016 5:00pm EDT
baroni are charged closing rains on the george washington bridge, to punish the mayor of fort least, for not endorsing chris christie. >>> we have a look at dramatic video of the rescue of the young girl in syria. she was pull from the ruble of air strike and only one in her immediate family who survived. here's cbs correspondent terry okita. >> rescuers used their bear hand and a shovel to dig five-year old little girl from the ruble. she was burr aid live after, air strikes in the aleppo neighborhood that she lived in. her parents, and three sisters, did the not survive the the attack. and the rescue is unknown. this civil defense worker says that at least two dozen air strikes hit the area in a matter of hours and other civilians are still trapped. it is more evidence that the week long cease-fire is over after diplomatic talks to salvage the deal fell apart. this latest round of bombings is unprecedented with dozens of people reportedly killed. civil defense teams are trying to move around the city to help residents but they are also targets. syria military official says that air str
CBS
Dec 23, 2010 5:00pm EST
was found shot right in the head. >> reporter: george oberly lives across the street. >> the neighborhood is looking out for itself. and you just gotta watch out where it's going and what you're doing. >> we are looking at these crimes as a pattern because of geography and m.o. >> reporter: police believe the man in this sketch has an accomplice. and they also believe he is matching another. >> to find out that it's so close to my son's school. i'm just shocked, for one. >> we believe that these four have enough commonnallity that we can put these four together. and they're marked again by violence that involves beating and shooting. >> and these are all innocent people who are pleading for their lives. vic, they will be canvassing the neighborhood yet again. getting the picture out on those flyers. so if anyone knows anything, they can tell the detectives and try to solve these cases. reporting live, near patterson park, mike hellgren, eyewitness news. >> and of course, the people were in the streets last night. police have set up the hotline for those with tips. the number
CBS
Sep 21, 2016 5:30am EDT
are shocked, posting jennifer aniston meme, boy george voice of reason in all of this, it is really just none of our business. >> that is a good one. >> and we're still talking about summer weather. today is final day of summer for a to more days and then we will change it up. jim's all excited. >> cooler weather. >> yes. >> i like the fall. >> i'm with you. >> i like my four seasons. >> wait until you are working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. >> let's talk about it. >> no snow, but we have temperatures well above average. it is comfortable at 68. humidity will drop as we head in the afternoon so it does get better. we have sunshine, highs running a good 10 degrees above average. we will check with our weather watchers at this hour and pretty much similar numbers all across the region. we will find lower 60's and 50's in the cooler suburbs. we are lucky enough to get away from the city, up in perkasie right now 58 degrees with partly to mostly cloudy skies. we are still dealing with cloud cover right now, and also a few areas of fog are possible especially in central new jersey
CBS
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
CBS
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
CBS
May 20, 2015 5:30am EDT
after "eyewitness news" this morning. charlie, of course, spoke with george clooney there. >> yes. >> i saw the view. >> great show. >> coming up in the next hour of "eyewitness news" the the race to be next mayor of philadelphia is all set, we have complete primary results. >>> it is end of the another david letterman will host his final late show tonight nicole. >>> that is right, ukee, late show with david letterman broadcast life from new york, but, they have got plenty of love for philly, we are live with the highlight real over the the the years of the philly connectio >>> good morning family, thank you so much for waking up with us. in the the news it is on to november in philadelphia's a race for mayor. >> jim kenney won a six way democratic primary his closest challenge came from state senator anthony hardy williams. former district attorney lynn abraham was third. nelson diaz, doug oliver and milton street each got less than 5 percent a piece. >>> kenney's next opponent is melissa murray bailey. election day is tuesday november 3rd, less than six months from now. "eyewit
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Feb 24, 2015 5:00pm EST
volunteer george zimmerman in february of 2012. zimmerman claims self-defense under florida's controversial stand your ground law. >> we the jury find george zimmerman in the guilty. >> reporter: zimmerman was acquitted on state level charges of murder and manslaughter in 2013. tuesday the department of justice released a statement saying through a comprehensive investigation found that the high standard for a federal hate crime prosecution cannot be met under the circumstances, here, this young man's premature death necessitates that we continue the dialogue and be una afraid of confronting the issues and tensions, his passing brought to the is your face. the case sparked a national outcry, and ongoing conversation about race in america. martin's parents say that they are disappointed in the outcome of the legal process but continue their work a against senseless violence. this thursday marks the third anniversary of their son's death. marley hall for cbs news. >>> funding will run out for the department of home land security if congress cannot work out a deal by friday. hous
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Oct 25, 2013 5:00pm EDT
record, including another attempted murder charge in prince george's county. meg acan mccorkell, wjz-- megan mccorkle, wjz. >> he has been charged with assault and firearms violations. >> wjz is following breaking news. several people injured during howard university's homecoming festivities in washington, d.c. this is a picture from twitter of the outdoor, homecoming concert, known as yard fest. at least three people have been injured. today's concert included performances by artists, including big sean, juicy j., and bone suggs in harmony. wjz will have more information as it becomes available. >>> police in ann anne arundel county are investigating a case of possible animal abuse, after a dog is found dead by his owner. police the owner let his dog -- say the owner let his dog outside this morning but the dog never returned. when the owner went out to look for the dog, in the 6,000 block of alwine avenue, they found the dog dead. it had suffered an unknown wound to its shoulder. anyone with information is asked to call. >>> attorney general doug gansler says maybe he should have d
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May 12, 2011 5:00pm EDT
has the story. >> reporter: this is mile 180 of 600, as george ewing combats school bullying with every step. walking from scranton, pennsylvania through baltimore, to north carolina. >> we need to change and make it unacceptable for bullying behavior to be tolerated. >> reporter: ewing was inspired by 14-year-old brandon bit ner. a teen who killed himself while walking in front of a truck after he was bullied in school. >> he did that specifically and had planned to do that to get sensational news. >> and sensational brings attention to the nationwide problem. he cites five. what he terms bullyicide. >> whether it's the cyber bullying, it's happening. people aren't supporting them to help. >> i want to be an inspiration to folks to take action. >> reporter: today, ewing is in washington, d.c., speaking to politicians about anti-bullying legislation. his walk ends in greensboro, north carolina, may 31st. i'm andrea fujii, wjz eyewitness news. >> if you'd like to learn more about the walk or how to help, visit wjz.com, click on seen on and look for this story. the great weather. >>
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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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Feb 25, 2011 5:00pm EST
george w. bush, as well as dams and nuclear power plants. the fbi says aldawsari acted alone. former roommates say the suspect kept to himself. >> he wouldn't associate with us at all. just went straight to his room, locked the door. >> reporter: if convicted, he could be sent away for life. inels fe -- ines feray, wjz eyewitness news. >> a north carolina company kipped off -- tipped off the fbi, after the suspect placed a large order for chemicals. >>> think you deserve a pay raise? well, you may get your wish this year. a new survey says they're planning the largest pay raises since 2008. you can expect about a 3% pay hike if you're doing a good job. that is the largest pay increase since the recession. >>> no raises tonight for wisconsin state workers. both sides refused to budge in the bitter budget standoff. manuel gallegus reports on the steps republicans are taking to force a vote. >> reporter: demonstrators want their democratic senators to stay away from the wisconsin capital. >> i'm just hoping that what we're doing here gives hope to the 14 senators who are hiding out. >>
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Nov 4, 2016 5:00pm EDT
zealand err george hudson first proposed the time of daylight saving in 1895. not implemented until germany became the first country to turn the clocks ahead one hour on april 30th, 1916. the rational to minimize the use of artificial lighting in order to con is her i have coal during world war i. with the war effort also the reason, the united states adopted daylight saving time, or fast time as it was called, when president woodrow wilson find is into law, in 1918. has extended twice in the u.s. with the current schedule introduced in 2007, a product of the energy policy act of 2005. today daylight saving lasts for total of 238 days every year. starting on the second sunday in march, and ending on the first sunday in november. although, not all states observed this time shifting. supporters argue that it saves energy, promotes outdoor leisure activity in the evening, and is therefore good for physical and psychological health as well as reduces traffic accidents, reduces crime and is good for business. so the actual affect on overall energy use is heavily disputed dollars and cont
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Sep 6, 2016 5:00pm EDT
year family. >>> "eyewitness news" at george w elementary school in philadelphia's bell a vista neighborhood today. school officials there unpacked brand new children's books. they are part of the multi million-dollar effort called the right books campaign. the goal of that effort is to improve literacy among children from kind garden to third great. >>> still ahead on "eyewitness news" a college football player who made headlines for having lunch with an autistic boy is keeping the progress. >>> great football player and, awesome superstar. >> what happened last night that will keep these two ponded for life, don. >>> ah, eagles have done it again, season starts on sunday and they have made yet another trade, and you make the call, ball, strike or other, a pitch you have to see to believe, sports up big oil polluters. they have a friend in pennsylvania. millionaire pat toomey. toomey voted to protect their special tax breaks. saving oil companies twenty-four billion dollars. and big oil polluters have given toomey seven hundred thousand dollars in campaign contributions. tax br
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Mar 25, 2011 5:00pm EDT
developments in the corruption scandal, involving former prince george's county executive, jack johnson. tonight, his wife now formally faces conspiracy charges. denise is in the newsroom with more on this case. >> leslie jackson is still officially a councilwoman. and she is now charged with witness and evidence tampering. the 59-year-old seen here, standing to the right of her husband, allegedly refused to open the door to fbi agents executing a warrant at her home last november. prosecutors say she destroyed a $100,000 check from a developer. that check was allegedly given to jack johnson in exchange for helping secure money for the developer's project. leslie johnson faces a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted. >> jack johnson has said he will fight the bribery charges against him. >>> there's new fallout from this week's incident at reagan national airport, where an air traffic controller now admits he was asleep on the job. tonight, congress is calling for a full investigation. >> the reagan controller went radio silent for 33 minutes. the faa has now suspended him
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Aug 22, 2011 5:00pm EDT
information on who police want to question. >> prince george's county police are identifying a person of interest. detectives say 18-year-old devin mathos is not a suspect. but police believe an argument erupted into a fight. the bullet struck a 2-year-old boy who was in his mother's arms at the time. he was in critical condition. police say they're devoted to extensive research. kai? >> all right, denise. thank you. >>> anyone with information on this case should call police immediately. >>> a nasty fist fight, inside ravens' stadium is caught on tape. the violence between ravens and chiefs fans happens. wjz is live near m&t bank stadium. >> it's a pretty popular video. more than 97,000 web hits so far. and a word of caution to parents, this video does get violent. >> reporter: posted on you tube, the action happened inside ravens' stadium concession area. it begins with a shove and fists start flying. pretty soon, one ravens fan is knocked to the ground, apparently unable to get up. the fighting continues as the woman screams for it to end. it's several seconds before the melee is b
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May 11, 2012 5:00pm EDT
fundraiser at actor george clooney's home. guests praised his support for same-sex marriage. and he collected nearly $15 million. >> social issues dominated the week for both candidates. president obama was forced to clarify his position on same- sex marriage. and republican challenger mitt romney had to answer questions about an alleged bullying incident when he was in high school. >> reporter: romney apologized. then worked to put the episode behind him. at a campaign event in north carolina, he focused on the president's economic record. >> by his own measures, his policies haven't worked. and you look at them. they're a throwback to the liberal ideas of the past. >> reporter: as both candidates zero in on the economy, social issues are likely to stay in the headlines. romney is preparing his commencement address for graduates at an evangelical university in north carolina. and the president plans to raise more money for people with high profiles for same-sex marriage. randall pinkston, wjz eyewitness news. >> stay with wjz for complete coverage of campaign 2012. we'll continue to bring yo
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May 27, 2011 5:00pm EDT
conditioned to hide ugly lies her entire life, accusations george anthony denied in court. >> no, sir. >> reporter: anthony's former friend described her as a good mother. she cried as she talked about the former relationship. >> casey and caylee had a very special bond. >> reporter: both sides are giving jurors a carefully crafted and conflicting portrait of casey anthony. >> in their opening statements, prosecutors say said anthony surficated her daughter with duct tape. >>> actor jeff connoway who starred in the 1970s hit show "taxi "and the blockbuster film" grease "has been taken off life support. he was found unconscious in his california home on may 11th. connoway battled substance abuse for the last 20 years. he try tode beat it -- tried to beat it on celebrity's mtv rehab. jeff connoway was 60 years old. >>> strong message for the autocratic regimes for the arab world. president obama and other leaders are pledging a $40 billion fund to help arab nations try to establish true democracies. half of that money will be directed to egypt and tunisia. >>> the race for a republ
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Aug 13, 2016 5:00am EDT
porch. george now spends his days by the duck, and get this, he let the duck sleep on his bed, and even allows the duck to rest his bill on his leg. >> george has been really happy with him. so he doesn't eat my food. happen he sleeps with mement since the duck has showed up, he's been fine. he's not wanted in the house. he's not meeting you at the car. you know, looking sad. >> and friendship comes in all forms, and there is some adjusting in the home. they are dealing with a duck droppings, and apparently going have to upgrade the bird bath to a bigger tub. got to fit the dog in there. >> lesley van arsdall has your eyewitness sports when we come right back. plus, the eagles are back at training camp, but also watching the olympicsment find out what they think of the summer games coming up next. >> but first, smooth sounds from the smooth sounds summer jazz nights series. cindy bradley among the artists performing on the great plaza last night. and take a look, our jim donovan, there he is, back from vacation, and he was the mc. the smooth jazz summer nights concert series celebrating
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Sep 20, 2016 5:00pm EDT
tweet has been met with strong criticism. >>> former republican presidential george hw bush is voting for hillary clinton in november. that is according to former maryland lieutenant governor kathleen kennedy towns even. she received the word trekly from mr. bush. the family has remain silent about the election since former florida governor jeb bush dropped out of the republican primary. >>> bono is weighing in on the presidential race with some strong word, musician philanthropist talked with charlie rose saying donald trump is bad for america. >> look, america is like the best idea the world has ever came up with. but donald trump is potentially the worst idea that has ever happened to america, potentially. destroy it. because of what we are saying america is in the the just a country. ireland is a nice country. great britain is a great country. but america is an idea, and that idea is justice and equality for all. >> bono is citizen of ireland and cannot the vote in the elections, during that interview with rose. >>> well, it seemed like one of the hollywood's strongest coup
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Oct 28, 2013 5:00pm EDT
institutes billionaire and founder and chairman, george sorrows. talks about how he's taking the model he's established here in baltimore and expanding it to other cities. our preview of the nba season, which tips off tuesday, and the ravens are back and preparing for a must-win game sunday, against the browns. for these stories and more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. and remember to look for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team. >>> well, thousands of women make strides against breast cancer across baltimore. denise is in the newsroom with the latest on this for us. denise? >> reporter: mary, more than 5,000 people came out to walk around lake montebello yesterday. including many breast cancer survivors. a sea of pink covered the lawn at the ymca stadium place in baltimore. pink tutus, pink pom poms. applauded cancer survivors in the making strides against breast cancer walk. the american cancer society is the largest funder of cancer research. the cancer society walk raised more than $300,000. that money will be used for research and support programs for
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Apr 19, 2016 5:00pm EDT
they were shown characters from last years film and george lucas the musical. >> look at those. >> very cool. >> i don't care how old you are, it is like man, yeah. >> no doubt about it. >> no doubt bit. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" when you hit gym you want to lose unwanted pound where does the fat go? it is a top ten good questions, nicole brewer has answer when we come right back. why and, and, we have, now, snug around the waste ways, but when you lose weight where does the fat go. it is a good question and nicole brewer has the answer and it might surprise you. >> you will like a pretty fit guy what do you do to lose weight. >> i watch my diet. >> spring training. >> yes, for at least a hour and a half. >> work out pretty regularly this guy keeps me on track. >> we know what it takes to trim down but when you lose extra pound where does it go. >> i'm happy fittings anywhere. >> as long as it doesn't go any where i do not want it. >> where does the fat go. >> so, it doesn't really go. the it actual had shrinks. but it doesn't go away. >> this doctor from the center f
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Nov 5, 2016 5:00am EDT
traffic jam on the george washington bridge, charges include both fraud and conspiracy, both defendants former aides to governor chris christie, promise to appeal. >> i am innocent of these charges. and i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> the first step in the process, and this is not over. >> the days long back up september 2013 became known as bridgegate. cast a shadow on governor christie. his form earl aid, david wild stein, eventually admitted to organizing the lane closures in fort lee new jersey to punish that city's democratic mayor for not endorsing christie's re-election. governor christie said he knew nothing about the scheme in a statement after the verdict, christie said, let me be clear once again. i had no knowledge prior to or during these lane realignment, no role in authorizing them. christie's name came up throughout the six week trial, although he was never charged in the case, the judge instructed the jury not to consider the governor in its deliberations. barone's attorney hinted the wrong people were charged. >> they should have had polic
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Nov 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
central is republican analyst and former aid to president george w. bush allison young, and we also have democratic analyst, and former city controller, jonathan saidel. thank you so much for being here. >> good to be here. >> thank you. >> it has been a long road to election day, 595 days to be exact, as you said, count down is on. i'm wondering how both of your campaigns are feeling as we head in the final hours. al on, let's start with you. >> i a rebater the question. i was out today both visiting some republican and democratic strong holds in the city and there is enthusiasm regardless of your party which is most exciting thing that is happening. people are showing up, turning out, philadelphia, pennsylvania has been historically low. this is an exciting day for everyone to show up. there are all these great things whether a good weather take helped republicans or democrats. all these different things we have been following all day long. i think turnout is high, in pennsylvania, there is about a million people voted, registration disparity between democrats and republicans so that i
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Sep 13, 2016 5:00pm EDT
currently living in russia. >>> st. louis man had his car stolen visiting loved ones at a cemetery. george, visits grave site of his wife, every day, and two are buried in this suburban st. louis cemetery. yesterday morning as he need by the grave site, a thief took all of his car. >> it was like somebody was reaching into my heart, and then twisting it, and pulling it out. i don't know how, i don't know how dirty, i don't know how brutal the individual was that can steel a vehicle, from a cemetery. >> ferno says he left the keys in his chevy impala. police say this is second car theft at that cemetery, since july. >>> it has been six months since the philadelphia housing authority demolish the bloomberg apartment towers in north philadelphia. paving the waste for one of the most ambitious affordable housing efforts ever. cherry greg from our, sister station, was the first report tore get an inside lot at progress thus far. rebuilding chars woodies hard work. >> this is, perhaps the single largest, community revitalization, project, ever under taken, by the philadelphia housing authority.
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May 9, 2016 5:00pm EDT
olympics style competition. both president george w. bush and first lady michelle obama addressed opening ceremonies in the crowd last night. the games are the creation of britain's prince harry. and he talked with cbs this morning anchor nora o'donnell will about the the event. >> i have done all of the stuff, i walked the walk, i have worn the t-shirts i have done what they have done and i have been lucky enough not the to be injured. it seems fit to go use my name and status to bring the spotlight on to the individuals, create the platform and then allow them to flourish. >> the games, run through thursday. >>> and coming up tonight a rare event, in the sky. >> meteorologist justin drabick gives you a a dear fellow citizen, time spent with my son really makes me appreciate "the now". but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how t
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Mar 15, 2016 5:00am EDT
fire is responsible for his death during a gunman's ambush in prince george's county outside washington. michael ford opened fire on a police station sunday. what happened next according to the suspect's two station videotaping the shootout. colson would have celebrated his 29th birthday it week. amber: i have a developing story out of the breaking news center. pulled out a gun and opened fire. this ended with officers killing the suspect. we are waiting to learn that suspect's name. we know the officers' injuries are not life-threatening. john: 750 million dollars is how much sony is paying to buy a massive music catalogue from michael jackson's estate with songs from the beatles, bob dylan and others. million in 1985. it was considered one of his greatest assets when he died. money from the sale benefits his mother and three children. his quest but to be the new batchchelorette bachelorette. she gets to turn that around. i found love with you but found it with somebody else more. john: wow! that is profound. barbara: after what, six weeks? john: that could be a hallmark car
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