Skip to main content

About your Search

20090604
20180123
STATION
WJZ (CBS) 61
KYW (CBS) 32
DATE
2012 24
2010 20
2015 13
2011 9
2016 9
2014 6
2009 5
2017 4
2013 3
LANGUAGE
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 93
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
Aug 15, 2011 5:00pm EDT
warning at prince george's county. but that cell is now moving down toward prince fredrick. because of the run off still have that flood flash warning until 7:30. as we remind you every time, turn around don't drown. if the road is covered with five to 6-inches of water it can take your car away. >>> an international man hunt is under way for a bethesda man. homeowners kidnapped him from pakistan where he worked as a contractor. >>> danny, -- pakistani, police searched the home of an american. we've made no progress so far. deputy superintendent of police told cbs news. warren heinstein is a director for a virginia based consulting firm which released a statement highlights winestein expensive development work. adding, given the gravity of the information, no further information can be made available. wiinstein had told his staff that he was planning to finish his work and leave pakistan today. kidnappings for ransom have become common in pakistan. since the u.s. raid here that killed osama bin laden, anti american sentiment has been running high. >> right now he's completely terrified. he
CBS
Feb 26, 2015 5:00am EST
department's recent finding that there was in the enough evidence that george zimmerman killed trayvon martin because of his race. how they feel about that decision. >>> we have got an eye on this latest storm, more on when the the winter wet ther will move in and who will be affect by it, we will be right back. we are tracking snow. nothing on the roads just yet but we will let you know when it is expect to hit and how much will fall depending on where you are. >> also a violent night in philadelphia where four people were shot, in three separate shootings around the city. we will have a live report in a bit. >>> we are following these stories very closely but first lets get a check of the weather systems moving our way. >> katie is in the weather system with the latest on that. >> good morning, guys. this storm system is having a big impact on the atlantic coastline specifically down through carolinas and virginias but we are right on the edge, cusp because there is so much moisture witt a and because it is moving in with poor timing b you know it does bring us some impact that will
CBS
Feb 24, 2012 5:00pm EST
branches and trees to come down. >>> for the first time hearing from the jury that convicted george huguely in the murder of yeardley love. jessica kartalija joins us with new insight in to their verdict. >> at least one juror says it was the most difficult thing he has ever had to do. he is confident they did make the right decision. >> i was completely -- her eye was completely swollen shut. >> reporter: juror eian describes a photo of love's battered face. he says the most difficult part of george's murder trial was seeing love's autopsy photos. >> 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 who grew up in cockeysville was killed in may of 2010. huguely was found guilty of second degree murderer and grand larceny. >> we all did not think that the killing was premeditated. we don't think he went over there with the purpose of killing yeardley love. george's statement was painful. i feel for him. he bears responsib
CBS
Jun 29, 2010 5:00pm EDT
over the last week. a prince george county residence. today's weather brought a promise of better things. here's a live look, but still not as stifling as the last several days have been and things are improving on the regular. bob turk is updating the cooler forecast >>> a lot cooler, the next 7 nights, you won't believe, some areas will be in the low 50s. some areas may not get out of the 70 . it's still warm, 89 but the humidity is down to 34%. north wind at 7. here is the front down to the south that came through with some thunderstorm activity and a dryer air mass that will be with us for the rest of the week. we'll have that coming up. >>> thank you >>> still ahead, a traffic nightmare, trash backed up i-95 during the busy morning rush. >>> angry youth is now unemployed. that story is coming up on wjz, eyewitness news. >>> want to zip around baltimore? a new service gets you where you want to go without owning a car >> the cool off is coming, we'll have the forecast. stick with us. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> many baltimore young people are without work this summer, they say
CBS
Mar 9, 2012 5:00pm EST
investigation beyond maryland's borders. >>> a former prince georges county council member is headed to prison. leslie johnson will serve 1 and a day sentence behind bars today. she was convict of obstructing investigation in to a corruption scheme involving her husband , jack johnson. he began serving his 7 year sentence last month. >>> there are now two types of people in america today. those who have seen the cony 2012 video and those who haven't. it's the most vile video ever, ever, and it's all in name of stopping an african war lord. film maker jason russel posted the video on youtube four days ago. it is now viewed more than 56 million times. >> it's only purpose is to stop the rebel group, lra and their leader. >> reporter: cony is accused of kidnapping 30,000 children mainly in uganda, russel and charity invisible children are on a mission because of a promise he made to a 12-year- old boy whose brother was killed. they posted the video on youtube and hand picked 20 celebritys to spread the word and it worked. >> the strategy is brilliant. it hope it can be used for other human
CBS
May 22, 2015 5:00pm EDT
, george cologne i initial to tomorrowland. >> we will have a preview of that and everything else in theaters this noon. just can't seem to escape... another sneeze attack... you may be muddling through allergies. don't get caught off guard. try zyrtec® dissolve tabs. powerful allergy relief, now in a tablet that starts dissolving instantly. zyrtec® dissolve tabs. muddle no more™. >>> popular episode of under cover boss featuring forman millions millions reeras tonight on cbs 36789 ceo and founder rick forman a appeared in difficulties skies on the hit show and to celebrate tonight's episode for man mills is running a $5,000 cash give away. if you want to know how you to sign up, go to our web site at cbs philly.com and click on links and. catch it tonight at 8:00 right here on cbs-3. >>> george clooney's tomorrow landis hoping to cash in on your memorial day plans. >> thea andrews joins us from hollywood with a preview for us thea. >> chris and natasha this weekend has a huge box office draw, pirates of the caribbean, x men hang overall broke box office record. will tomorrow lan
CBS
Jun 28, 2012 5:00pm EDT
were caught doing on the job. >> george zimmerman repairs for another -- prepares for another bail hearing. will the judge allow him to go free again. >> what do you love about baltimore? that's what one organization is asking and the uncensored view is being put up on social media. i'm mike schuh, the story next. ,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 5:30, 95 degrees and sunny. good evening. thank you for staying with wjz eyewitness news. here are some stories people are talking at tonight. it takes something really big to change a skyline. that's exactly what's happening to the port of baltimore. alex reports four cranes that barely fit under the bay and key bridges are about to climb higher. >> using a tug boat two with years ago -- 2 years ago the governor announced the port of baltimore will be growing to grow jobs. >> it's going to support 2,700 permanent jobs to handle the increased container traffic. >> last week the steel backbone barely fit under the bay bridge. four big cranes built in china on the way to handle a new generation of gigantic cargo ships. >> that puts the port of baltimore
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
Jul 23, 2010 5:00pm EDT
second to be investigated for potential or possible test tampering. a george washington elementary. an investigation into that school concluded in the spring, where test tampering was, indeed, found. back to you on tv hill. >>> in a statement obtained by our media partner in the baltimore sun, phelps said the drop could possibly be traced to two teachers. >> tonight, an officer has agreed to spend time in prison for the shooting. >> the gunshots did not hit anyone that night in canton. and today, the suspended officer who pulled the trigger, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree assault. prosecutor says patrick dobson exited a canton bar in march 2009. he was then involved in a fight that was eventually broken up. when the men he was fighting with drove past him on o'donald street, dotson fired at their car, hitting the car. because of his plea, dotson will be sentenced to 10 years, with all but 18 months suspended. >> dotson remains free on bail. sentencing is scheduled for september 30th. >>> a woman in a highland shop is dragged to the back of the room and sexually assaulted.
CBS
Feb 25, 2010 5:00pm EST
at. >> reporter: the prince george's county sheriff's office confirms a 13-year-old boy is the prime suspect in this murder. >> reporter: the unidentified 13-year-old boy may have killed the teacher inside a stairwell and then brought her body outside. police have also found a bloody t-shirt, belonging to the teen. for now, police and prosecutors are battle the strongest case possible. today, a police spokesperson declined to shed any new information on the case. >> investigators are still interviewing staff members and students. and they're combing through all of the evidence. at this point, no one has been charged. >> february 18th, the body of 65-year-old teacher hannah wheeling was found partially clothed. a two-story brick building that sits just outside of the fence. wheeling lived on courtland place in bel air, harford county, where neighbors were saddened to learn of her death. >> she was a teacher for many years, and somebody who is trying to give back to the community like that. it's almost unfair. >> reporter: the murphy cottage houses the dormitory and classrooms for abou
CBS
Feb 26, 2015 5:30am EST
decision by the department of justice not to charge george zimmerman with a hate crime in their son's death. "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer joins us now with that story nicole. >> they are disappointed but not shocked after justice department found insufficient evident to prove that i am iser man killed trayvon martin as a result. it is a de his parents say they were prepared for but will never accept. trayvon's mother sabrina fulton believe zimmerman got away with murdering her son when he was acquitted of second degree murder. she reacted to the decision a announced by the department on tuesday. >> it disappointed us greatly but as i said it didn't surprise us at all. we have. we here in the united states are under a crisis when our young people cannot walk the the street, cannot play their music, cannot stand in front of a store or go to the store, without being threatened without being followed, chased persued, profiled or murdered. >> zimmerman's attorney says his client is relieved that the case is now closed. he maintains he shot the unarmed teen in self-defense three
CBS
Dec 9, 2009 5:00pm EST
, montgomery, and prince george's community colleges all report a boost in enrollment in their honors program. >>> tonight police are searching for an armed robbery. investigators say this man walked into high's dairy store in ellicott city. according to police, the man flashed a knife and demanded cash and cigarettes. police are offering a $500 reward for information leading to his arrest. >>> the woman accused of cutting a pregnant woman in an attempt to take her unborn child figsed a judge. the judge ordered the woman to be held without bond in the prince george's county jail. police say she held the 29-year- old pregnant apartment for five days, planning to cut the unborn child out from the womb. the victim escaped, and the woman fled to virginia where she was arrested. she faces a number of charges, including attempted first- degree murder. >> tonight there's word of a security breach at the nation's airports. denise has details on some sensitive information that was post on-line. >> sally, three tsa employees are on administrative leave after guidelines about the screening proce
CBS
Jun 30, 2011 5:00pm EDT
witness who came close to sup porgt the defense theory was george anthony's alleged mistress. >> he said it was an accident. >> george anthony denies any affair and insist he had nothing to do with kaylee's death. he recalled how he tried to commit suicide after caylee's remains were found. >> i needed at that time to be with caylee. >> in his suicide note, he wrote he had unanswered questions about how caylee died. prosecutors say casey anthony suffocated her daughter with duct tape. during testimony, witnesses described how anthony partied and lied. the jury will likely begin deliberating an thon anthony -- anthony's fate over the weekend. >> casey anthony could face the death penalty if convicted with murder. >>> the fugitive was flown. he was arrested after 16 years on the run. the court allowed him to have a taxpayer attorney. he stems from his days as the leader of the winter hills gang. >>> security breach in new york's jfk airport. today a man is in federal custody after he flew across the country using someone else's boarding pass. the man was caught in the act twice. >>> freque
CBS
Dec 7, 2010 5:00pm EST
- 6155. >>> tragedy at a prince george's county school. a sixth grader at jay frank dent. died after collapsing at the fort washington school. parents are being told the student did not die from injuries. >>> get ready to adjust your budget. bge is about to get get a reality increase. >> they are giving theux tilt commission approval to raise the rate wjz is live. pat warren has more on what this means for customers. >>> just in time for turning up the heat. >> there is a section of your bill, about 25% and that t is that bge is considering raising the rate on. >> bge has to get the power to the people. and the people are going to pay. the distribution charge you see there is going up. it's not what you use, it's the cost of getting it to you that is increasing. although for many, it's been a struggle just to keep up with the bills they have now. >> it's just too much. we can't afford it. you know? i mean, we're a young couple, with two babies trying to survive. >> it's just my mother and myself. and it's ridiculous. >> how much? >> 686. >> bge is not happy either. because distributi
CBS
Sep 26, 2013 5:00pm EDT
the people of prince george's county. his message about obama care. wjz eyewitness news at 6:00 starts now. >>> i'm dick carter. here's what people are talking about tonight. >>> we want to update breaking news. horrific multivehicle crash shuts down i-83 over the maryland line. sky 13 is over the scene. it happened on northbound 83 in pennsylvania eight miles over the maryland line. a number of vehicles are involved. magan is close to the scene and
CBS
Jul 22, 2017 5:00am EDT
today. stay with us. >> today is george's birthday! >> william and kate along with george, happy birthday to him. back here at home. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> children from across our region partied at the fourth annual kid cella music festival, variety of performers took to the take there at the smith memorial playgrounds and playhouse, the festival also featured a youth art zone, and it looks like everyone there had a very good time. you got to be careful, though, matt out there in the summer heat. be sure to find shade, hydrate , it is going to be another hot day. >> another scorcher out there today, humidity high once again, don't want to tell people not to get out and enjoy their weekend, that's not what i am saying. just when you get outside, you need to take all of the necessary precautions, drinking the water, wearing that light loose fitting clothing, sunscreen, all of those kind of things, and then you can get out and enjoy yourself all you want. waking up this morning, in cut town, 69 degrees, but his is one of my favorite neighborhood network cameras, if y
CBS
Feb 23, 2012 5:00pm EST
fate. >> reporter: right before that verdict was read, george huguely made the sign of the cross. and hours later, when he found out he could be let out of prison when he was 50 years old, he put his hands over his face and started to weep. the former lacrosse player found guilty of second-degree murder could serve 26 years in prison. >> there is definitely this unresolved tension about it. >> i think that it's fair. >> i think second-degree murder fair was pretty fair. >> reporter: the verdict came after nine hours of deliberations. jurors did not believe huguely planned to kill his ex- girlfriend yeardley love. but they also didn't think it was an accident. instead, they ruled the beating death in her off-campus apartment in may 2010 was an intentional disregard for human life. love's mother and sister from cockeysville moved many to tears when they testified during sentencing. lexy love said, quote, i never wanted something so bad in my life than i have to see yeardley's face again of. >> there are no winners in this case. there's nothing but loss everywhere. our hearts go out
CBS
May 22, 2017 5:00pm EDT
should have been avoided. >> thinks stuff done in january and february. >> reporter: george forman owner of this dell any avalon hopes setting traffic backup will help his business. >> to me, it is, a catch 22. i'm looking at it in a positive light, because anyone who would be traveling from avalon to sea aisle, may have to pass by my business and then of to pass by it again when they turnaround. >> reporter: reporting from down the shore, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> with the unofficial start of summer just days away we are gearing up for something big at cbs-3 it is called summer fest. beginning this week our news is hitting road taking to you different locations every friday, to show off all of the amazing ways that delaware valley and tri-state area celebrates summer. week one, we will be in wildwood, we will start off with a behind the scenes look at morey's pier during "eyewitness news" this morning and then i will head down the shore to be live on the boardwalk right by the wildwood convention center for five, six, 10 and 11:00 o'clock newscast. it is summer fes
CBS
Jul 31, 2017 5:00pm EDT
highest military honor. >>> decade old cold case in bucks county is over tonight. george shaw was found guilty of third degree murder in the death of 14 year-old barbara rowan in been sale number august of 1984. shaw drugged and suffocated rowan and dumped her body with the help of the friend. he was found guilty of attempted indecent assault and not guilty of rape. >>> here's our first look at a frankford man who admitted shooting two of his neighbors a few weeks ago. kennel coyle is charged with two counts of the first degree murder for double shooting on james street, he told police he shot bob depaul and august dempsey because he thought they were trying to climb his fence. >>> widow of the new york city detective is speaking for first time since giving birth to their baby two years after he was killed in a deadly ambush. >> through in vitro fertilization the officer's wife says their daughter is carrying on his legacy. cbs news correspondent jeff g lure brings thus story. >> unaudible. >> just after death of her husband on that horrible night when he was assassinated inside a
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
May 26, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. love's battered body was found may 3rd. virginia men's lacrosse player george huguely is charged with her murder. the school's head miss -- headmistress says it is honored. >> it will require about $1 million to complete. if you'd like to contribute, log onto wjz.com, and click on links and numbers. >>> lots of summer-like weather today. steamy and sunny. a live look outside right now. lots of sunny skies and very warm temperature. that is that fast-moving boat i was on at one point. bob turk and meteorologist tim williams, updating our first warning forecast. we're going to start with bob. >> nice and cool. 91 degrees this afternoon. right now, we drop a little down to 88 degrees. no weather around here to speak of. no clouds really. but up to our north, there is a front that is slowly pursing through portions of the new england region. with thunderstorms around here. just not too far from montral. -- montral. we think we'll see showers and thunderstorms in our local region. tim has a look at how that is expected to play out. >> we'll call it kind of an old squeeze play. with th
CBS
Jul 22, 2010 5:00pm EDT
is back in the building. >> it's right up there. >> yeah. right up there. >> george was all shook up when he saw something. >> i was driving up the street. and in the corner of my eye, i saw this thing in the arch way. i looked over. it's elvis. elvis is in the house. can you believe that? >> he said, all right, i'll go down there and call you back. i waited like five minutes. and before i knew it, pulling up in front was elvis on his shoulder, bringing them in. >>> for georgia's son steve, it was now or never. he put elvis in the truck. not wanting to leave him in the graveyard. >> i figured it was now or never. i put him in the truck, and drove him to maria. i got hugs and kisses. and elvis is back home. >> hundreds have called the diner. and one person has offered to restore elvis. if all goes well, he could be back up on the roof in a few weeks. >>> when you come through route 40, the first thing is elvis. now that we got it there. it's all good. >> elvis has brought you together? >> yes. we were all 50 kids. and they said, you found elvis. >> i'm all shookup. thank you very much
CBS
May 31, 2010 5:00pm EDT
george washington elementary is speaking out. susan tells our media partners partners that she had nothing to do with test partnering at the school. she said she was shocked to lawyer the school-- learn the school's 2008. they were riddled with eraser marks, changing wrong answers to correct ones. burgess's license was suspended. she said she did not appeal that decision because she risked being charged with fraud. she retired in march with full benefits. >>> a travel rush tonight, as thousands of marylanders flock back home, as the long weekend comes to an end. kelly mcpherson has more on what the traffic situation looks like. kelly? >> reporter: hi, denise. well, the traffic isn't too bad yet. but it's still a little bit early. i'm sure people are trying to squeeze in as many hours as possible into this holiday weekend. because triple a estimates that there will be a 6% increase in the number of people hitting the roads this holiday. >> reporter: triple a estimates that marylanders are traveling more this memorial day than the last two years. >> for the first time in a couple of
CBS
Apr 17, 2015 5:00pm EDT
. anchorman have a good weekend. >>> royal baby count down is on, will prince george have a little brother or little sister? what will the new royal be named. coming up bets are placed and we will tell you top contenders. >>> we all know that migraines can be bee debilitating. what are neck migraines. how do you get relief. our health reporter stephanie stahl will be around to tell ♪ there is no royal blood in this country. nothing is reserved for anyone. it's all just out there... ...waiting... ...for someone to reach out... ...and take it. and the ones who do... ...these are the kings and queens of america. ♪ >>> clean up, more than 20 employees spruced up sites in philadelphia including betsy ross house and franklin square. those volunteers planted flowers, cleaned up leaves they even scrubbed down the carousal there. and it is all part of the peco celebration of national volunteer week. >>> don't you just love spring cleaning. >> yes. >> something about it. >> yes. >> doing all that. >> they do a great job out there. it is a beautiful park. >> you sound like, i ammo into sp
CBS
Aug 31, 2010 5:00pm EDT
george's county -- prince george's county. all of these counties have very, very important graces. and we have a tendency sometimes to get that the pri -- forget that the primary is as important as the general. >> reporter: and every vote counts, which is why there is gung ho support. >> this is still new to people as i encounter them on the street. and all of us have been having conversations going door to door, about the nuances of early vote. >> reporter: early voting starts in maryland, friday, september 3rd. each will have one to five locations to choose from. there will be five locations each in baltimore city and count i, anne arundel, prince george's, and montgomery county. the majority of counties will each have one. marylanders voted for the idea in 2008. >> people would say, i don't have time. make it easier. get rid of their excuses so they can do it. >> there's not going to be a whole lot of people. >> now, people will really have no excuse for not voting. you can vote six days before the election. i think it's worked very well in 32 other states. >> reporter: it may
CBS
Jun 13, 2012 5:00pm EDT
information on the victim other than her age. >>> new information on george vimmerman. -- zimmerman. zimmerman's wife faces legal trouble of her own. it all centers around the couple's finances. >> reporter: shelly zimmerman's mug shot was taken in the shame jail where her husband now lives. the couple talked about family money during phone calls but later. shelly zimmerman testified by phone under oath. >> we will have plenty of money. is that correct? >> to my knowledge, that's correct. >> they got a lower bond but actually had $135,000. money raised through online donations. prosecutors alleged zimmerman spoke in code during those recorded calls. court records show in the four days before his bond hearing, shelly zimmerman made eight cash transactions, totaling $74,000. >> i will flat out call it what it is. the defendant's wife lied to this court. >> how could somebody forget that they had $135,000? >> mark omerra agrees both zimmermans owe the judge an apology. >> i think she was acting out of fear and frustration. but we don't have that right in in a courtroom. >> reporter: sh
CBS
Jul 23, 2016 5:00am EDT
vault that houses national treasures. >>> new pictures of the britain's prince george on a special day for the royal family, we will be back since 1961, pearle vision has proviwith expert eye care. that was dr. stanley pearle's vision and we still proudly carry on his legacy. today, doctors like lisa hamilton perform eye exams that can help detect diabetes. because we care for you... and your eyes. this is genuine eye care, in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision. >>> good morning, i'm rahel solomon thanks so much for being with us, lets check weather with justin drabick outside on the cbs-3 sky deck and you know it has been so hot lately you say worst is yet to come. >> that is right, humidity will increase today, we are feeling mugginess right new but other thing i noticed is sky conditions new dark, couple weeks ago much lighter, so we are continuing to lose about a minute and a half of daylight each day as we head toward fall season but we are not feeling like fall at all as we are's in prime time heart of the summer as far as heatings and we will be approaching near record hig
CBS
Jun 29, 2012 5:00pm EDT
for people who sweat too much. >>> revealing testimony of george zimmerman's bond hearing. will the judge allow him to get out of jail? >>> amateur musicians get the opportunity of a lifetime. i'm jessica kartalija. i'll explain next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it's just before 5:30. 100 degrees and partly sunny. good evening. thank you for staying with wjz eyewitness news. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. maryland deals with a dangerous heat wave that will last for days. it's not a good time for yard work in bel air. this man is on the grueling task of mowing his front lawn. as the mercury hits 100 degrees in some parts of the state. people are staying hydrated at a barbecue in west baltimore and finding a shady spot to enjoy their food. these can quickly cause problems for anyone spending time outside. >>> and there's little relief in the forecast, unfortunately. right now, a heat advisory remains in effect across maryland. wjz is tracking the temperatures with extensive first warning weather coverage. let's check in with meteorologist tim williams and bob tur
CBS
Aug 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
eclipse festivities and snag a pair of free solar eclipse glasses. janice george waited in rine with her son since 10:00 monday morning. >> it is excite ago this rowan is doing it for the community, opened to the public, and, just, for free, so really doesn't get better than that. >> reporter: especially for true for lorenzo garcia hopeful former astronaut. >> i'm here for the eclipse, and it is that, it looks really pretty, and it has, a golden ring. >> reporter: now the planetarium has 1300 pairs of solar eclipse glasses to give out and they ran out within minutes. there was a licensing line of excited people here waiting near eclipse this afternoon. live from rowan university i'm anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thanks very much. >>> potential eye damage from looking at the eclipse, without glasses, it is now concern and health reporter stephanie stahl is live at wills eye hospital in center city with that part of the coverage, stephanie. >> reporter: that is right, wills eye emergency department has one patient, right now being evaluated with concerns about potential eye
CBS
Apr 20, 2012 5:00pm EDT
wjz, from sanford, florida. >> reporter: a shackled george zimmerman offered a surprise apology to the parents of trayvon martin, who were in the courtroom. >> i wanted to say, i am sorry. for the loss of your son. i did not know how old he was. i thought he was a little bit younger than i am. and i did not know if he was armed or not. >> reporter: the apology happened at zimmerman's bond hearing. defense lawyers called on zimmerman's parents and wife as character witnesses. they testified by phone because they have been threatened. >> i've never known him to be violent at all, unless he was provoked. and then he would turn the other cheek. >> reporter: in the end, circuit judge kenneth lester granted zimmerman a $150,000 bail, far less than the $1 million bond requested by prosecutors. >> do you have any comment? >> martin's parents left court quickly, without speaking to reporters. >> it was devastating that he got to give a self-serving apology to help him get a bond. they were very outraged at that. >> reporter: zimmerman had asked to meet with martin's parents before the heari
CBS
Apr 13, 2012 5:00pm EDT
right. >>> still ahead at 5:00. will george zimmerman get out of jail? why his attorney says he deserves to be set free until his trial. >>> honestly, at that point, i did not feel bravery. i felt terror. it was a very scary moment. >>> the mayor risked his life to save the day. how he rescued a neighbor from a burning home. >>> taking a look inside a bullied child's life. the documentary, "bully ," opens in maryland. what viewers and educators had to say about it. i'm andrea fujii. that's just ahead on wjz eyewitness news. >>> summer heat is coming our way. bob has more on what to expect for the weekend in the updated forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> george zimmerman's lawyers, hoping to get his client out of jail, as he waits for trial. randall pinkston reports. people in sanford are calling for level heads as the case makes its way through the justice system. >> reporter: florida ministers are asking for unity. now that george zimmerman is behind bars for shooting trayvon martin to death. >> people in the community feel as though the process of justice is working. reconcilia
CBS
Dec 14, 2010 5:00pm EST
george huguely. he is accused in the murder of yeardley love. jack ford is not surprised by word of negotiations and that plea deals are more common than not. >> reporter: there's certain factors that sort of lend themselves to a case -- you have to remember, an overwhelming number do. but this is not one where the defender is saying, wasn't me. >> reporter: the case is expected to be settled before trial. huguely is scheduled to appear in court on january 21st. >>> gulf coast residents could get a quick payoff from the company if they waive their right to sue. it is aimed at people and businesses satisfied with the emergency compensation they received so far. it's also for those who file claims. businesses would get $25,000 within two weeks. >>> the white house is mourning the loss of veteran diplomat richard holbrook. he died monday just days after undergoing surgery for a torn aorta. he was 69. >>> nicknamed the bulldozer, holbrook is known for his forceful persona. and an ability to work with politicians, minors and even war lords. >> yesterday, america lost one of the most tale
CBS
Feb 9, 2012 5:00pm EST
details, trying to lay the groundwork for her defense. >> reporter: former lacrosse player george huguely does not deny he was involved in an altercation with his ex- girlfriend, yeardley love. but his attorneys argue that her death was accidental. in court for the first full day of testimony, they're focusing on medical evidence, the scientific explanation for love's death. prosecutors contend love died of blunt force trauma, beaten to death by huguely. wjz got this glimpse of the evidence, coming to and from the courtroom. this large package is believed to contain yeardley love's bedroom door. prosecutors say huguely kicked it in, leaving a giant hole and traces of his dna. love's former roommate, who found the body, testified love was afraid for her safety, alluding to another key piece of evidence, an e-mail huguely sent to love days earlier. he wrote, you said you would get back together with me if i quit drinking so much. i should have killed you. >> reporter: experts will testify that love died of positional asphyxiation, passing out facedown in her pillow, after the fight
CBS
Mar 19, 2012 5:00pm EDT
for a new trial for george huguely, the man accused of convicting baltimore county native yeardley love. >> well, mary, we have been expecting this. and huguely appeared in a prison jump suit and handcuffs. his lawyer is asking to set aside time for a hearing on a motion for retrial. a judge found the former lacrosse player guilty in the beating death of yeardley love. huguely is also fighting requests for media outlets to have several pieces of evidence made public. the defense argues that the release of that evidence would make it difficult to seat a trial if they are retried. >> he was sentenced to 24 years, but he's still waiting to formally be sentenced by a judge. >>> right now, police are looking for a man who ran off the eastern shore. jessica kartalija is monitoring this manhunt. >> reporter: good evening, kai. goodgood evening, to everyone. police believe that man is in came bridge or somewhere on the eastern shore. >>> shortly after midnight sunday, police pull approximated over this man. 39-year-old demetrius denbe on leonard lane in cambridge. >> cambridge police offic
CBS
Dec 6, 2012 5:00pm EST
counterpart in prince george's county. >> reporter: howard county executive ken ulman delivered his challenge in his ravens' jersey. to prince george's county executive rushan baker. >> when we come down to fedex field and beat you this sunday, you will take my favorite jersey, my haloti nata jersey, and you will be wear it in the office on a purple friday. >> reporter: allman is also doing a little trash talking, saying he is sick of hearing all about the redskins new quarterback, r.g. >> reporter: ulman and baker will be at sunday's game together between the ravens and redskins on fedex field. maybe not to the level of ravens and philly. >> it would be kind of crazy. but it's going to be quite the game. you know, it's not going to be any different than last week. it's going to be a slug fest. >> reporter: baltimore leads the series rivalry, 3-1. take a look. in the first matchup, the ravens defeated the ravens, 20- 17. three years later, they beat us, 10-3. but in the last two meetings, ravens have won. 17-10. and in 2008, 24-10. ravens' wide receiver tory smith grew up watching t
CBS
Sep 27, 2014 5:00am EDT
. >>> george clooney is saying good bye to his bachelor life, coming up next where the hollywood celebrity and his soon to be bride were spot add head of their italian wedding. and, we will have this. >> reporter: i'm kevin frazier, coming up denzel washington seeks vengeance in the equalizer and young boy leads the box trolls in the fight for looks like we're about to board. mm-hmm. i'm just comparing car insurance rates at progressive.com. is that where they show the other guys' rates, too? mm-hmm. cool. yeah. hi. final boarding call for flight 294. [ bells ring on sign ] [ vehicle beeping ] who's ready for the garlic festival? this guy! bringing our competitors' rates to you -- now, that's progressive. >>> george clooney will wednesday his fiance amal alamuddin today in venice. many survived for the weekend wednesday nothing italy. guests will travel by water tax toy a water hotel. they plan to say i do at seven store aman canal grand hotel in venice. star studded receptionist being paid for by amal's parents. amal and george will officially tie the knot in the civil ceremony
CBS
Jan 24, 2012 5:00pm EST
finished walking their dogs when a moose came up behind george and started attacking him. dorothea knew she had to act fast, she she grabbed a shovel from their pickup truck. >> it slowly turned. then i hit it with everything i had. then the dog then just practically climbing up his legs, biting him. and then he got going. went up the road and out of sight. >> george sustained serious head wounds and broken ribs. but he is expected to make a full recovery. >> moose are very dangerous. they can trample you or worse. he was very lucky. >> there's dorothea. >> i want her around if i everybody encounter a moose. >>> breaking news from baltimore county. a head-on crash leaves at least one person dead. a live ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> >>> coming up on eyewitness news. head-on horror. >>> trying again. maryland governor pushing for same-sex marriage equality. reaction from both sides. >>> a weekend tragedy on this road, here in the parkville perry hall area, has police asking for your help. i'm derek valcourt. i'll explain, coming up on eyewitness news. >>> spring-like conditions return. how lon
CBS
Feb 16, 2012 5:00pm EST
baltimore city and prince george's county, amounted to voter suppression. because the call hinted bob ehrlich's opponent, governor o'malley had already won, and there was no need to go vote. >> we're okay. relax. >> reporter: schurick approved the call. >> because i believed there were several thousand african american supporters of bob ehrlich, who had not voted that day. and that a message as counterintuitive as it seems in hindsight, that a message, such as that one, would, in fact, motivate them to go to the polls if they had not already done so. >> reporter: but the judge strongly criticized schurick as he sentenced him to a month of home detention, saying any campaigner should have said, no, it's deceptive, it's illegal, you shouldn't do it. the state prosecutor agrees. >> this type of behavior is not just a dirty trick or politics as usual. it is illegal. >> trust me, political professionals in maryland are very, very aware of the outcome of this trial and the consequences. >> reporter: the judge also gave schurick 500 hours of community service. he'll have to split that, 2
CBS
Jul 20, 2016 5:00pm EDT
of your friend were interviewed about you. george clooney said you look great in the speedo. where did the speedo happen and is there anything you want to say back to george. >> you know, normally when i hang out at his house, even if we're not at the pool i'm in a speedo. that is just how i role. i started to do that mostly after i turned 40, speedos, you know, in europe, really. >> european. >> i have nothing to say back to george. i don't want to pick a fight with the 800-pound grill, i know better. >> much more tonight on the insider, ukee and nicole back to you in the studio. >> speedos, in your 40's. >> he is in his mid 40's. >> all right. >> hollywood news tonight and every week night at 7:30 watch the insider right here on cbs-3. >> i think i will to have bring mine out. >> fit is a at home why not. >> yeah, right. >> never mind. >> let's move on. >> take you up on that. >> let's move on, yes. >> break out the speedos, or -- >> let's leave it right there. >> let's start with the weather. we have a lot of heat heading down the shore, head he go into the city or pool. get rea
CBS
Apr 17, 2012 5:00pm EDT
you want to look out your window. >> reporter: but around the national harbor in prince george's county, people gathered for discovery's descent. but it flew over early. >> i was kind of upset because they were early. i was supposed to be down here between 10:00 to 11:00. so as i was pulling up to the beltway, we saw it. so we pulled over. >> reporter: it turned into an impromptu grandstand. >> it was on the side of the highway. it was really great. >> i caught it. when it was just going over the bridge. and i'm driving. i gotta stop. so i just pulled over to the side of the road. didn't care whether anybody hit me or not. and i snapped the picture. so i did get a picture of it. oh, my gosh. i'm so excited. >> reporter: that excitement was echoed a few moments later, as discovery was flown low over the national mall. first launched in 1984, it went into space, 39 times. it carried the hubble space telescope. and former astronaut john glenn. retired from space, it will go on exhibit at the smith sonian. but it has already made an impression on the capital beltway. >> this is cool
CBS
Oct 3, 2015 5:00am EDT
killer george shaw invited the victim to baby-sit his young daughter, drugging, a all thing and murdering her as her desperate father knock on the door demanding to know if she was there. >> part of what makes it possible to bring these crimes, these prosecutions about, so many years after the fact is just keeping, pecking away. >> reporter: shaw, police say, a suspect from the very beginning but it took years of unrelenting investigation by a team led by detective chris mcmullens, before robert sanders, his alleged accomplice, implicated him. >> i'm just glad we got to this point and this isn't about barn use and her family. >> reporter: police say two months after allegedly murdering ruann in this neighborhood shaw struck again, on the very night that a tv report about the murder was airing, he raped a 69 year-old widow have after break nothing to her home in montgomery county. >> he was convicted on that rape, and it wasn't just that for 30 years there might be other victims out there. >> reporter: thirty-one years of barbara ruann was murdered police believe they are only be
CBS
Sep 9, 2015 5:00pm EDT
beginning when steven's first guest george clooney came out. >> ♪ >> what is it like to be the arm candy in a relationship. >> last night stephen colbert killed it, that is the review from forbes. >> she must just we will need something extremely intelligent tonight. these are not the show folks. >> don't talk to me. >> exactly. >> colbert proves his show can create that so important viral video content with this spoof of action films. >> not now. the new york times, said seriously funny comics whose guests say interesting things. >> in what ways do you politically differ from your brother george. >> i think my brother probably didn't control the republican congress spending. >> he is very likable. i enjoyed watching him. >> reporter: cnn bill carter, leading voice for decade in late night news coverage, said balancing the movie star with a presidential hopeful shows he will separate himself from conversation. >> you have jeb bourbon. >> reporter: viewers agree, cbs has 6.5 million viewers, more than twice fall on's 2.93 million times kimmel's 1.75 million. >> i think jimmy kimmel, certa
CBS
May 4, 2016 5:00pm EDT
years. >> reporter: professor michael cornfield teaches campaign rhetoric at george washington university and says clinton will be ready. >> what would donald trump's attacks be. >> he will throw everything at her but she's very good when she's under attack. >> reporter: new poll shows clinton would head in the match up with a 13-point lead ever donald trump. craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> here's john kasich right now let's list men right now. >> first thing i have to do is to thank migrate wife car even for the fact that you've owe she has endured my political career and also, of course, accentuated it. there is nobody like karen. she's charismatic, she walks into a a room, and people fall in love with her. you know, when she appeared on anderson cooper, john weaver commented and bet h hanson commented if we had only run karen we would have been a lot more successful. i happen to agree with that. you know, emma a reese showed up and they are unbelievable. they are just so beautiful. they have been so supportive. and they have traveled with me around the country
CBS
Jun 11, 2010 5:00pm EDT
marine killed over the weekend, would still be alive today. >> reporter: george macaleer saved the bullet from the encounter five years ago he'll never forget. >> they were just coming. back -- bam, bam, bam. >> reporter: he describes the flurry of bullets from the officer who fired 13 unarmed rounds at former marine tyrone brown, killing him outside a club. >> i hope they get justice and the cop gets what's coming to him. because it's just terrible what happened to a guy with no weapon. >> reporter: macaleer's encounter with officer tashambay happened in september 2005. he admits he was drinking and was with his friends when they encountered the off-duty officer in his car, who he felt cut him off. >> he cuts across the lanes, comes flying in front of us. >> reporter: macaleer said they started yelling at east other -- each other at the stot stoplight. >> he said he and has friends turned at this intersection. >> but the officer followed him. >> soon as we did that, we clipped the front of him! moments later, he claims the officer got out his weapon and started firing. >> he was g
CBS
Mar 20, 2012 5:00pm EDT
george zimmerman for the murder of trevon martin. >> reporter: 28-year-old george zimmerman claims it was self- defense. florida state allows the person the right to stand their ground and use deadly force, if threatened. but the attorney for the martin family says the boy was not the aggressor. >> he had a 9-millimeter gun. trevon martin had a bag of skittles. where is the self-defense in that? >> reporter: attorney benjamin crump played a video of a girl, who was allegedly on the phone with martin, just seconds before he was shot and killed. >> he is traumatized over this. >> the girl said that martin said he was being followed. >> he tells him, oh, better be careful. just run home. >> crumb says he will turn over the witness's information to the justice department because the family does not trust the local authorities. terrell brown, wjz eyewitness news. >> the grand jury will convene april 10th. coming up, tonight at 6:00, local civil rights at vists call for justice in this case. >>> if you're waiting for someone to get home from work, let's check in on our roads at wjz. >> h
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
Mar 9, 2016 5:00pm EST
industry is remembering sir george martin record producer many people, call the fifth beetle will. he sign, and first record contract and all of the group's recordings. he produced 1700 records in his 50 year career. ringo star broke the news on twitter last night, sir george martin was 90 years old. >>> coming up on "eyewitness news" tonight, a bizarre story out of washington d.c. that apparently began nearly 2,000 miles away. how the suspect wanted in the shooting of a pastor in idaho end up outside the white house, and why he is blaming, martians for his alleged crime. >>> a tiger on the loose causes a traffic nightmare roaming and growling through cars on the highway. find out where this big cat came from. >>> and it the is television sexiest night we will give you behind the scenes look at victoria secret fashion show and tell you one of the hottest looks for the season, that is next. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. we're out of 2% i w
CBS
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
CBS
Dec 13, 2010 5:00pm EST
relationship between love and huguely and whether he threatened her. >> thank you. george huguely has been in solitary confinement in a jail for the past month. >>> growing investigation into how a 6-year-old special needs student fell off a school bus. and what could have been done to prevent it? wjz is live in west baltimore. mike hellgren is at the private bus company which handled that route. mike? >> reporter: little jeremy jennings' mom is demanding account alt. accountability. and wjz has learned there is video from on board the bus of the incident. >> reporter: jeremy jennings was barely 6 years old. and this is the smile that always melted his mom's heart. but since his death, when he pulled open a school bus door, fell and slammed onto the pavement, what his mom demands is an explanation. >> before my son is laid to rest, i will get some answers, answers that i really need. >> she admits her son is a handful and hyperactive. the report claims that jeremy tried to run out the back door while it was moving. mom wants to know what are the policies, were they followed and who is
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 93