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Dec 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
prince george's county. leslie foster is live with all eyes will be on the mgm in national harbor. leslie, how is it going? >> reporter: hey, listen, that's right, it's all about the money and not just the casino jackpot. this property is expected to bring in hundreds of millio revenue into prince george's county and thousands of jobs. our delia gonclaves is following the money and she is also here live with that part of the story. hey, delia. >> reporter: hey, less less -- leslie. we are live outside over looking the national harbor. we are looking at some beautiful views here that hotel gusts will enjoy of our nation's capitol and of the washington monument as well. we are talking $23 million spent on local and minority owned businesses. 4,000 jobs, 2,000 of them filled by folks who live right here in prince george's county. >> i haven't slept. i haven't eaten. >> crystal tibs is used to long hours. she spent 22 years in the prince george's county police department retired as a lieutenant and now number two in charge of security here at mgm national harbor. >> i retired from the
CBS
Feb 24, 2016 6:00pm EST
crosses and clears prince george's county. as howard mentioned -- that's the -- driving toward d.c., on 210 in the shehe m and visibility not great right now. i don't see too many flashes of lightning. don't hear any hail. but not great. let's go back to radar in a second. and we'll show you where the heavy rain is. it is right through e district. eastern sections of montgomery county. and now into prince george's county. and stretching all the way down toward waldorf and la plata. what howard was making reference to was that little area of thunderstorms to the southwest of us, that were still prompting tornado warnings to the southwest. it could imimpact southern maryland, a little later on, perhaps in the next hour and a half to two hours. we're watching that carefully. right now, big-time rain, silver spring. now on the east side of 270. and big-time rain through 270, and bowie, and annapolis and still, 95 now is more of a mess, northbound toward baltimore. we'll zoom back out. and the line goes all the way down into charles county. good news, fredericksburg, you're in better a
CBS
Jun 21, 2016 6:00pm EDT
extended and taken into charles county and southern prince georges county and severe thunderstorm warning until 6 right about now for upper montgomery county but this is a monster storm with frequent lightning covering up most of the beltway. not quite in buoy but it's going to be right into the heart of prince georges county as you head down 50 in the next 20 minutes or so as they move off to the east southeast at 35 miles upper mar bureau on our door step. glad we are not doing out door weather. pretty heavy activity. you see a rustelling of the trees but no strong winds or hail right now. heavy rain will really cause a problem with the flooding which is already a problem. zooming in the park heavy rain, reagan heavy rain. old town everything pushing off to the east. mr. bernstein is tracking this in storm tracker 9 and he's about to be in the teeth of this storm. hb. >> we are in waldorf right notch making a left on 301 north to show you the storm but it was rocking and rolling already with severe weather rolling through with hail golf ball sized. there was a house on hamlin ro
CBS
Apr 22, 2016 6:00pm EDT
weather alert tomorrow. we'll explain. >>> the emotional survivors who george's county fire last night told their story. they were trapped in the basement of a burning structure. that's when a pair of neighbors stepped in. they're taking refuge in a nearby motel. >> reporter: firefighters rescued the family telling their story from a motel room nearby. >> i accepted the fact i was going to die. this was the last time i would see my daughter's face because there were bars on these windows. >> reporter: danielle gray, her daughter and before firefighters arrived -- >> the home was engulfed in smoke. >> reporter: the family realized they were trapped in the basement behind these burglar bars i'm screaming. i said i need help. >> when i heard help us -- >> i saw smoke coming from his window eye went to get a sledge hammer. >> reporter: he failed with the sledge hammer but he had a pickup truck and a chain. >> i hooked it up to my truck. >> if he didn't put the chains on those bars to get us out. >> god sent us a blessing. >> i wouldn't look at it as a hero situation but my duty to help peo
CBS
Jan 2, 2014 6:00pm EST
be surprised to see maybe fairfax added, maybe the district, maybe northern prince george's county. we will see. certainly you can tell this is now a winter storm warning north of baltimore, harford county, northern baltimore county up near westminster. they've issued a warning into northeastern maryland. there's the snow and this is sort of the first punch of the snow. the main event is still going to be later tonight. this is what i call free snow kind of. we're looking at snow pushing to the south, still raining into southern maryland. that will eventually kick the snow later on. so snow and rain for the evening commute, temperatures generally above freezing now for the next few hours. that's good news for folks inside the beltway. it's going to get really slippery as we go through the night into the early morning hours and then tomorrow the headline won't be snow. it will be the slick roads and also the wind chills in the teens. step outside. just in the last hour or so we don't have anything really sticking, but just a little bit of slush and this is going to make it some kind
CBS
Sep 2, 2014 6:00pm EDT
three-year-old girl in prince georges county is expected to survive. unfortunately, her mom didn't make it. police did confirm little isaband her mom, 31-year- old, thelma were working in the crosswalk when an suv hit them. she was just running back from the store when tragedy happened. >> the first one is to -- better life for her daughter. to take care of her daughter. fernando: as -- waits for her when she recovers. she was supposed to start preschool today. flores leaves behind a 14-year- old daughter. >>> could the tragedy have been prevented? >> we sent debra out to check into that intersection when some say is a trepidation meeting tragedy. >> it's going to take us a while to do the standup, jeff. >> and even longer to cross. we set up for hours at this intersection on riverdale road in prince georges county where a horrific crash took the life of thelma hernandez flores. police say they were walking in the crosswalk. two cars stopped, a third didn't. our cameras roll as person after person waited to cross. this woman and her daughter have one car pass them, then two, three, four
CBS
Jun 14, 2016 6:00pm EDT
were a tour bus overturned on the george washington parkway. it happened south of stratford lane and close to george washington mt. vernon home. latest information we have is one person has died, two have life-threatening injuries and four others have serious injuries. all the lanes of the parkway remain close at this time and we have a crew heading to the scene and hope to have a live report tonight at 7:00. >>> coming up at 6:00 a man who pledged his allegiance to isis killed to paris police officers. >>> the dnc >>> the last democratic presidential primary taking place in the nation's capital today and a more closely watched races for ward 7 council seat for former mayor vincent gray attempting a comeback. challenging incumbent event alexander of former protigi and dc democrats voting for ward 4 and pulls in the city close at 8 pm tonight. there are also congressional primaries in virginia. for a voter's guide to the races download a free wusa9 app. was hacked by the russian government and the hackers got access to the committee's research on donald trump. dnc says it appears the
CBS
Jul 22, 2017 6:00pm EDT
heavier rains are into the eastern half of the district and prince georges county, on top of fed ex the line ever storms into southern fairfax and farther to the south, the temps in the 90s in fredericksburg. these storms are stronger andno not severe. they're moving into fredericksburg in 15 to 20 minutes. we'll watch those. if anything is going to be severe, it will be where it's hot. more rounds of showers and thunderstorms tonight and sunday. the full forecast in a few moments. >> thank you, howard. >>> people at home you may not know, there is a lot of respect and friend know amongst the local news anchors in this town. our andrea roane called jim vance friend. >> every time we met, it was always a big hug, how are you doing, girl, good to see you. in fact, i v the last act that we had together the last time we were at the same event together was a christmas party december of last year. i gave him a big bear hug and he looked so healthy, although i heard he was having challenges, but didn't know specifically what they were. and i would a fearless is another him. he knew he was
CBS
Sep 26, 2014 6:00pm EDT
former prince george's county police lieutenant facing sexual assault charges is dead. authorities say john warhurst died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, his body found at a park in anne arundel county. the 21-year-old police veteran was charged last year with 16 charges including sexually abusing a minor. >>> residents in one ft. washington neighborhood have wondered for months now are we going to keep our homes or possibly lose them? that was until last night when prince george's county e-mailed residents telling them their fate. surae chinn reports from ft. washington's piscataway drive. >> we knew it could go either way. >> reporter: up until the county's e-mail miles cullen held out hope he would be able to stay in their dream home. he and his family have been partially living in a camper parked out front so they could have access to running water. >> we know we're going to have to move on here. >> reporter: his is one of six homes to be condemned. 22 other houses down the hill will be able to stay. since may an active mudslide has turn. these family's lives upside down. the sl
CBS
Jun 2, 2015 6:00pm EDT
have been getting showers much of the afternoon. they have extended north into prince george's county. much of the activity is yellow and orange. they have been getting hammered into extreme southern maryland. we'll zoom up a little bit. this is just over the last hour or so. some showers and light rain, and drizzle, north of rockville, and gaithersburg up to frederick. going pout 97. george avenue, some showers there, wet roads, thus the yellow alert if you will. so the big news, really is the temperature change. it's 21 degrees colder than it was yesterday. we mentioned this in an early show. winter time we might have a cold front going through, drop temps 20 degrees or so in a 20 hour period. we'll come back, talk about why we issued a yellow alert tomorrow, and look ahead to the weekend. >>> thank you top. we have new information for you about the young woman who was gunned down in a target parking lot in germantown. sade marie, adebayo was a grad known for her big smile and big heart. the man who killed her donald bricker jr. has a lengthy criminal history. andrea mccarren is liv
CBS
Feb 5, 2016 6:00pm EST
chloe, according to state's attorney's office. live in prince george's county, i'm mola lenghi. >> that suspect, jauron johnson, does remain behind bars without bond. >>> a group of girls beat a girl up on her way to class. it happened near the entrance to the campus, next to a metro bus stop. around 6:00 last night. police say at least a half r! dozen girls attacked her for a cell phone and some cash. >> violence happens everywhere. on campus, we're pretty safe. but once we leave here, it's just kind of like in the hands of -- i mean, we just kind of have to be vigilant. it's just so hard to believe. and it's scary now. you have to be cautious about your surroundings. >> the victim says her attackers were teenagers, wearing some type of school uniform. >>> we now know the cause of death for six people found yesterday inside their home on chicago's south side. medical examiner telling us that five were stabbed. one was shot. relatives have identified them as members was very same family. we're talking about a couple in their 60s. their adult son, their adult daughter. and their
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
received that prosthetic arm right there. it was printed using a 3d printer at george mason university using college students there. peggy fox is live on the campus in fairfax where the students surprised the girl with something else. peg. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. you know, half of the story are these five bio engineering students who for the past year diligently designed and then printed out several of these prosthet girl so she can better play the violin. the prosthetic gives her more movement in the arm which makes for better sound but the other part of this story is this incredible little girl. >> my mom saying is when you say i can't do it, i can't do it yet. >> reporter: this 10-year-old has raised to never say never. >> do you know you're an inspiration to other people? >> yeah. >> reporter: she signed up to play violin in the strings program at island creek elementary in franconia, even though she knew it would be difficult given the fact she was born with an incomplete left arm. her music teacher fashioned a make shift prosthetic made of pvc pipe to hold ore bow but --
CBS
Jan 12, 2016 6:00pm EST
yet, but futurecast, it is essentially east of i-95 into prince george's county. temps are still above freezing but temps will plummet late tore night. we will talk about who is under a wind advisory and who is not. >>> president obama now less than three hours away from addressing the nation tonight in his seventh and final state of the union speech. this year's address will be unlike any the president has delivered before. andrea mccarren is live from the white house with more. >> reporter: president obama will use tonight's speech to paint a portrait of his legacy. it comes as a new poll shows americans divided over his job performance. 46% approve of it. 47% disapprove. >> the president of the united states. >> reporter: one of the most contentious issues of his presidency, the executive action he plans to take to combat gun violence without congressional approval. >> i have never been more optimistic about a year ahead as i have right now. >> reporter: a new new york times poll show 62% of americans favor his executive action on guns. but just 49% think it is within his auth
CBS
Dec 19, 2015 6:00pm EST
saturday. >> i came out here at 10:00. >> the line wrapped around the prince george county police department. >> it's cold out here. >> reporter: they stood in line the night before so their children would have presents this christmas. >> i don't have a lot of money, don't have a good job. >> i got four boys. >> volunteers filled up the bags with all sorts of toys. >> how would you like this pink dog. >> and girls of all ages. >> a blessing. i'm thankful for the opportunity. i'm thankful. i remember years ago when my daughter was two we came here. i am feeling blessed and thankful for my 6-year-old child. >> they rolled out the bikes for waiting parents. >> it's pretty. >> 50,000 toys are being distributed throughout the day for more than 25,000 deserving kids in prince george county. >> we collect all these toys and think of the children that may not have had a christmas and we are giving an opportunity to have a real nice christmas. >> toys for tots, prince george county is a great opportunity to give back. >> this little boy wanted to share the joy by picking out gifts for his
CBS
May 18, 2016 6:00pm EDT
: 22 yearly ra shan hargrave, murdered in brandy wine, prince george's county, may 3rd. three others were charged in the death a short time later. the motive, very longs said, was a marijuana-related robbery. and it turns out, all 12 of the dozen, drug-related killings in prince george's county this year, are believed to be linked to the trade in weed. that's 36% of the murders recorded in the county so far this year. something never seen before. and it comes as maryland has decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use. >> well, we have seen increases in adult use. >> reporter: kate bail of the marijuana project is a leading advocate for legalization. and while she finds to draw conclusions when the dealing of marijuana to supply those users remains a felony. >> any time that you have a system of prohibition in place and leave the sales marijuana to the criminal market, there is a possibility for violence. >> reporter: the step would be to take marijuana out of the criminal market. and to allow it to be taxed and regulated like coming. >> reporter: and
CBS
Dec 21, 2017 6:00pm EST
, neither montgomery or prince george's howard county will accept them. >>> you may have heard president trump say the tax reform bill repeals the affordable care act. our researchers read the bill to verify if the claims are true. here's what the president said. >> hate to say this, we repealed obamacare because we got rid of the individual mandate, which was terrible. [ applause ] that was a primary source of funding of obamacare. >> to verify that we went to the best source possible, the bill itself. specifically a document called the conference report, which shows how the house and senate hammered out the differences between their versions of the bill. there is only a single reference to the affordable care act in the entire document. at the top it says house bill no provisions. that means the original version did not mention the aca at all. then it says the senate's version of penalty for going without health insurance to zero effective in 2019. finally it says the conference agreed to use the senate's version. repealing one part, which is the penalty for being uninsured. everything
CBS
Mar 3, 2016 6:00pm EST
. he would have dropped. >> among the foot soldiers in prince george, the warfare feels like a slow motion disaster. >> i think he is destroying the conservative party. >> it makes me ashamed of america. >> reporter: who do you like. >> rubio. >> reporter: there is a clear split. casting ballots at the conference famous straw poll. >> trump. >> of course. >> reporter: even among the strum pay tears that believe he is drawing thousands into the party there is terror that the split will cost them any chance of victory in november. >> people will stay home. there is a lot of hate out there and anger. >> reporter: cruz and kasich, rubio and trump speed saturday. mainstream conservative critics tried to get them to dump trump. it failed. live in prince george county at national harbor, bruce leshan, wusa 9. >> thanks for that. >>> a top aide to marco rubio accuses sea pack organizers in the tank for trump. the reamount star donated millions to the union. a spokesperson said they are giving an opportunity to hear from all the candidates. >> tonight's republican presidential debate is in d
CBS
Jun 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
george's county, more heavy storms between hagerstown, frederick and southwest of us toward warrenton. we do have severe thunderstorm warnings in effect. we have two. one is until 6:30. both are until 6:30. one is for clark, frederick, shenandoah and warren and one for fauquier, rappahannock and warren. they either contain winds of 60 miles per hour and/or hail an inch in diameter, about quarter size. this storm just moved into the district and hammered us just a minute ago, pretty big rains from bowie to annapolis. the rainfall is over 1 inch per hour and moderate rains between d.c. and baltimore. the good news is nothing severe. that had a warning earlier. that is now what's heavy storm. heaviest rain from bowie eastward over toward annapolis. we'll come back. howard will join me. we'll track some of the storms to west because they'll roll through the metro area in the next hour or two. >>> a veto for a controversial property tax hike in prince george's county. >> the irony here is the man doing the vetoing would have raised taxes even more if he had his way. it is quite the politic
CBS
Feb 25, 2016 6:00pm EST
, 85,000 system wide. george up to pike -- here, at least power lines snapped four poles and cross arms. >> just the hard winds blowing and the rain coming down and wind blowing, everything. >> it was scary, very, very dark. >> reporter: the intense and powerful storm brought down trees. >> rain like i had never heard. >> reporter: it was a fast >> it was a big tree limb that fell off down the ground. oh, my goodness. >> we've lived here since 1971 and never had anything like that. >> reporter: numerous trees in mclean and great falls and high winds snapped trees and power lines on old dominion drive and route 3. this woman is hoping that her electricity will be restored tonight. >> no power. a little bit like colonial days. >> i grew up around florida and saw nasty storms. this one shared me. >> this is one of the biggest storms here. >> you don't know what more we might get. >> reporter: folks here are just thankful that none of the trees landed on homes. no reports of serious injuries. we went from the height 15,000 outages to now just 16. surrae chin, wusa 9. >> all right. thank you
CBS
Sep 29, 2015 6:00pm EDT
tide >>> prince george's county school officials are doing everything they can to get the word out about immunizations. >> that's right. thousands of students won't be allowed to attend class if their shots are not up to date by the close of business tomorrow. wusa9 reporter vanessa herring has more on the scramble to get vaccinated. >> reporter: 2,800 students in prince george's county public schools will lose vital time in the classroom if their immunizations aren't brought up to date by the close of business tomorrow. the majority of them are in pre- k, kindergarten and 7th grade. >> the immunization requirements changed from two years ago where our pre-k, kindergarteners and our incoming 7th graders needed booster shots for meningitis and whooping cough. different districts have different approaches to making sure kids are immunized. we'll go back and look very carefully at our process from top to bottom. >> reporter: reviewing that process could also include taking a closer look at the district's top health official. the chief of health services was hired in december of 2013.
CBS
Nov 3, 2014 6:00pm EST
getting ready. the headliners tonight, and romney is expected to be here. former senator, george allen and his wife, susan, and congressman frank wolf. the republicans say they are very optimistic about barbra winning, but the democrats say they are, too. >> this is what it's all about. >> john foust rallies his volunteers on what may be the most critical day for his campaign. the race for the 10th congressional seat between democrat foust and democrat barbra comstock could be one of the closest in the nation. republican volunteers work on a phone bank for comstock. we were not permitted to speak to them. the campaign manager or the candidate today. we were given access to foust and his volunteers. >> it's such a close race right now. it's really going to come down to who we can convince to actually go out and physically go to the polling station. >> college students and sam almen are knocking on doors. so now it's all about the ground game and the democrats are targeting individual voters. not every voter, but certain ones. >> it's all about targeting democratic and moderate voters so
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
honors 49 prince george's county residents who died in world war i. the court pointed out the cross is on public land, a and maintained using taxpayer dollars. >>> nine people were hurt when a car passed george's parking lot during lunch today. dozens of people were inside the restaurant when a toyota camry drove through the side wall. five people were taken to the hospital. two of them suffered serious head injuries. they're both expected to survive. the driver was not injured. she's cooperating with the investigation. >>> a mystery tonight in the tale of a lost and found party host. 23-year-old nautica harris went missingover the weekend. her sisters were desperate to find her, and social media blew up with calls for her safe return. two days later, and 130 miles from the tyson's hotel where she was supposed to be, police found her disoriented at virginia state university, south of richmond. >> when i first saw her face, her look was so blank. >> when she just appeared, it was like something's not right. >> harris did not answer calls, and messages to her her sister would only tell her
CBS
Jun 9, 2017 6:00pm EDT
themselves. reporting live in prince georges county, scott broom, wusa9. >>> thanks. dr. maxwell and the prince georges county schools are expected to be big campaign issues in the upcoming county executive -- in fairfax county. >>> scott silver thorn was arrested last summer for distributing meth after cops set up a bust. he was sentenced today for five years. all but three months suspended. >> i was in complete denial truth be told that i had a problem. and while it wasn't how i would have chosen, you know, the path i would have chosen to get better, in terms of the arrest. i will tell you that it probably saved my life. >> silverthorn offender he qualified for probation which he'll be on for the next five years. >>> terrorism has been ruled out as the reason a truck hit two dc police officers and another city worker. the truck plowed through a business adams morgan intersection on 18th street just after 8:30 last night. and tonight, the driver faces gun and assault charges. our delia talked with witnesses. >> police have ruled out terrorism. but tell us the suspects who live in the ri
CBS
Apr 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
light activity d.c. into prince george's county, a little heavier possible up toward leesburg and frederick. it's going to being wet between 7:00 and 8:00 across most of the metro area. by 10:00 most of the showers now move into howard county and prince george's county on the east side of 95, temperatures still upper 40s, low 50s. we'll come back, talk about aier for friday. this time it's for something more serious than showers and drizzle. >>>. >>> who will replace the late marion barry on the d.c. council? early voting began in ward 8 monday and mayor muriel bowser has a candidate she is backing in this crowded field. >> bruce johnson reports some of the challengers today dropped out. turns out it's part of a strategy to stop the bowser candidate. >> reporter: this is ward 8 with roughly 70,000 people. it's got some of the most depressed areas in all of the districts, but developers have also discovered ward 8 and like what they see. >> we need to make sure that our residents can afford housing in the communities and neighborhoods in ward 8 they want to live in. >> reporter: it
CBS
Feb 17, 2017 6:00pm EST
world leaders in munich. >>> new at 6:00, prince george's county c #e o is keeping his -- ceo is keeping his job, despite a number of headline-making crises, of cases abusing children. hoo it is now improving fast. here's scott broom in atlanta. >> the school leadership revolving door has been a big problem. but dr. maxwell survived to be reappointed to a second contract. riding high on good news for prince george's county schools. >> eight high ho >> innovations like this robotics class at duval high school, leading to a record jump in graduation rates to more than 81%. and a jump in enrollment to $132,,000, after years of families pulling kids out of the school system. >> changing leadership won't help the problem. >> that's mom deloris millhouse, her son, a budding chess champion. the school system was rocked by crisis in 2016, when an unsupervised teacher's aide, was found coercing young students to make sexually scandalous videos. dissidents school board members called for a cover-up. instead, he survives, thanks to results. they reupped maxwell's appointment. >> whether he
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Jan 24, 2013 6:00pm EST
. >>> two people behind bars tonight, accused of the murder of the prince george's county teenager. coming less than 24 hours after the meeting was held looking for the information and the killings. scott broom has more from the police headquarters tonight. >> i'm scott broom at prince george's county police headquarters where police, they are crediting the anonymous tips with helping them make these two arrests in a case that they say is gang related. >> the rival gang members. and the president at a birthday party in the residential home. >> reporter: the police chief said that the victim, the 16- year-old marcus jones, he was affiliated with the local gang in ft. washington called the danger boys. he was shot outside the birthday party on saturday night. now under arrest and charged with murder are the 19-year-old of ft. washington and the 17-year-old of oxen hill. they were members of a rival group known as baby haiti, a third unidentified suspect is still being sought. >> marcus jones was also affiliated with a different local gang. >> i'm still in shock, it's a tragedy. >> reporter:
CBS
May 26, 2015 6:00pm EDT
handgun as this prince george's county police officer and his mother are under arrest and held without bail. charles county investigators say it was a child custody battle between prince george's county police officer richard conway and his ex crystal mange that escalated to what appears to have been an ambush. killed in the jeep was the ex's new husband 25-year-old robert mange of smithfield, virginia. crystal mange who was pregnant was wounded. conway apparently supplied the gun to his mother to carry out the crime according to charles county sheriff troy berry. >> ballistic evidence recovered from scene was consistent with the type of ammunition used by the prince george's county police department. the officer is suspended without pay. >> reporter: prince george's county police chief mark magaw stunned at the charges against a three year veteran of his department. >> the charges this officer faces are deeply troubling to me. his actions are his own and not a reflection of the over 1 1 -- 1,700 men and women that serve our community day in, day out. >> reporter: the victims ambushed
CBS
May 25, 2017 6:00pm EDT
rain if you are headed out 28. this is 28 now over toward george avenue. heavy rain possibly some small hail in this particular storm, and also back to the west, this is another storm around leesburg toward pool bill about 6:14. our yellow weather alert continues. no severe thunderstorm warnings this hour, but we will keep you posted. take the storm seriously. they are very heavy storms. >>> right now at 6:00, a 6th grade teacher involved in sexually assaulting two students. he's admitted to a method -- to molesting one of the girls every day for three months in a classroom full of students. so what is the school system doing to make sure this never happens again? the northern virginia bureau chief is asking that question today. >> i told her to always do what the teacher says. >> i had no idea that would happen. >> what happened to an 11-year- old girl at maryellen henderson middle school is simply shocking. >> i can't believe it went on as long as it did undetected. >> three months every day. >> almost every day. >> the girfa estrada did to his daughter. >> your daughter is sitt
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Aug 31, 2017 6:00pm EDT
wusa9 app. >>> there are other ways to help too. in prince george's county, buoy police are collecting items for their colleagues in houston. many of them on the job, despite losing their own homes in houston, and they need basic supplies. socks, underwear, and individually packaged snacks and drinks. you can drop them off at the buoy police department on excaliber road. 24 hours a day, through this saturday at 5:00. >>> and then there's washington nats pitcher max scherzer. he and wife will play the fees for anyone who adopts an animal from the humane alliance in d.c. that's from now to sunday. the humane alliance is encouraging adoptions this weekend in order to clear space due to harvey. >>> it's one of the most memorable, and disturbing images of the flooding in texas. the viral photo of senior citizens sitting in waist deep water inside their nursing home. ruth miller is now describing that nightmare. >> can you tell me about being in the water? >> i didn't like >> you didn't like it? >> no. >> keep calm and collected. do they just keep saying that over and over again.
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Nov 20, 2014 6:00pm EST
run. prince george's county police released surveillance video of the man they believe shot and kill 37-year-old hollis johnson. johnson found fatally shot at the fairmont apartments at chillum road last month. crime stoppers is offering a $25,000 reward to capture this guy, 1-866-411-tips. >>> darrius carr of severn, maryland, pled guilty to producing child pornography. federal prosecutors say he agreed to serve 25 years plus a whole lifetime of supervision in exchange for the plea deal. according to prosecutors, carr filmed himself sexually assaulting a toddler aged girl last march. they also say he'd been distributing child porn for at ast two years. he will be formally sentenced in january. >>> there are more questions tonight how a nurse was able to keep his job after sex abuse complaints kept ping up against him. >> reporter: i'm debra alfarone outside the d.c. board of nursing where we want to know how 37-year-old traveling nurse jared kline was able to get job after job in hospitals around this area even as sex abuse allegations against him were mounting. court documents say
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Jun 2, 2017 6:00pm EDT
duty. >>> prince georges county school officials are being accused this evening of using police to suppress the stent. it comes after a reformer on the board of education was barred from sitting with colleagues on the stage of a graduation ceremony yesterday. here's reporter scott broom. >> prince georges county board of education member ed borrows tried to give up his speaking time to student leaders at a graduation wednesday. so police were ready for him when he showed up for another graduation yesterday. >> yes, sir. >> you're going to physically remove me. >> if i do, i will be arrested. >> at that point, you're trespassing. ye >> piggy higgins is among the leaders who are appalled by the treatment of a three-time elected official who merely disagrees with top administrators on many issues in the school district. >> it's incredible that the elected school board member for that jurisdiction or any school board member would be denied access. >>> prince georges county school person raven hill said borrows was not on the printed program and therefore not invited to the stage. she a
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Jan 6, 2016 6:00pm EST
the radio, when they arrive. >>> prince george's county executive baker wants to honor his predecessor and mentor. baker called for the creation of a committee that would find the government buildings to be named after the late wayne curry. you may recall that curry was the first african-american elected prince george's county executive. he passed away a near java ago. and one of his biggest accomplishments was getting the washington redskins to leave the district of columbia for fed ex field in landover, maryland. today would have been wayne curry's 61st birthday. >>> the driver of an suv is behind bars after a fiery crash at a calvert county strip mall. crews battled the fire, police slapped the cuffs on vincent troy from upper marlboro and charged him with dui. and flames gutted several businesses and three firefighters suffered minor injuries. >> coming up, the member of the burgundy and gold who made the nfl's best dressed list. >> first, the action taken again a high school basketball coach who apparently head butted a referee. >> let's talk about the burgundy and gold. the forec
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Jun 18, 2015 6:00pm EDT
has moved almost clear of prince george's county headed towards southern maryland, calvert county, st. mary's and charles county and there is a severe thunderstorm warning in effect now until 6:15 as you get down toward calvert county, prince george's county heavy lightning, rainfall rights 1 to 2 inches per hour. you can see all the lightning west offed unhuntingdon and -- west of huntingdon and west of north beach. tremendous rain and frequent lightning all the way down to mason, everything pushing off south and east. get ready if you're south of here down into southern sections of st. mary's county or around prince frederick and down toward drum cliff. again put your umbrellas down. stay away from windows and do not cross a flooded street. >>> 21-year-old dylann roof has been captured, but the nation is left to process the horror that unfolded in a place of peace, nine people shot and killed as they held their bibles inside a historic black church in charleston, south carolina. here is the latest on the shooting at emanuel ame church. acting on a tip police captured dylann roof
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May 16, 2016 6:00pm EDT
injuries. >>> casino owners go back to school to compete for jobs coming to prince george's county. >>> the trial of the man accused in the death of freddie gray. >>> look at the temperatures tomorrow, 59 downtown and 57 in frederick and leesburg and the rain comes in. >> prosecutors rested their case in the trial of the death of freddie gray. they say officer nero did not follow procedures. >>> the extradition of juan chopper guzman. if extradition is allowed his attorney can appeal. >>> you are now largest drug bust of columbia's history. police found drugs with a street value of 250 million- dollars worth of cocaine. it belongs to the most notorious drug crime ring. >> that is a lot of cocaine. >>> 13 police officers honored at the white house with the medal of valor. president obama be stowed the honor. he says it is because of the officer's courageous actions that the rest of society can go about living their lives freely. >> amen to that. >>> coming up, inspiring casino dealers head to class at a new school in prince george's county. >>> we are giving away a new mercedes benz
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Feb 16, 2016 6:00pm EST
are going from event to event. >> heard jeb bush last night. >> george klein called his decision a dilemma, after hearing both jeb bush and ted cruz. >> i could be happy probably with either of them or marco rubio. >> but you have to make a decision. >> i have to make up a decision. and it's coming quickly. >> bush appeared with brother and former president george bush. >> i want to win. i'm not doing this to lose. i mean, winning is to chance to govern, to serve, to change the course of the country. >> bush has scheduled events. >>> the polls show donald trump ahead by nearly 20 points in south carolina. followed by cruz and rubio. >>> according to new poll conducted bite the newport university. donald trump leads field with 28%. marco yiewbio, with 22%. ted cruz, plagued with third for 19%. among democrats, hillary clinton has 52%. bernie sanders has 40%. that virginia primary is march 3rd. >>> south carolina primary. you can check out the politics section on our wusa 9 app. >>> the associated press is reporting that issis is suffering from a shortage of isis is asking residents
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Sep 3, 2015 6:00pm EDT
, no warnings, but a couple of heavier storms running through the district in to prince george's county and some really big storms out to the west that they will become more intense south of winchester approaching i-66. we will concentrate on this storm around both fedex and also nats park. the good news is that it is move south of fedex now and with the heavier rain that i never saw any had hail in this storm, but no doubts for them down towards mt. vernon and clinton that you would have light rain right now and that you would notice that it is green with the heavier rain to move south and east and heavy rain right now in old town and towards silver hills to zoom back out to put it on storm tracker moving off the southeast at about 13 to 14 miles per hour. and so headed towards pinefield at about 6:31 and maybe brandy at 6:21 as they would move to the southeast that it will hold together and they would cross over 301. if you are headed home over the next half hour that you'll have some showers to deal with. but the good news is that it will be dry, warm, muggy with the temps in
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Nov 19, 2014 6:00pm EST
those apartment over there here on prince place close to prince george's community college. someone called 911. police arrived and found the suspect about 1/4-mile away near the college. even though prince george's county police have not confirmed that it was a son who allegedly shot his mother, people familiar with the investigation say that is exactly what happened. neighbors here say they have no idea what happened. they only say that the mother is a very friendly and talkative person. they don't see the son much. >> when they arrived on scene, they discovered a victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. that victim was transported to a local hospital in serious but stable condition. after a brief canvas of the area the suspect was apprehended, taken into custody. >> reporter: prince george's county police say the victim is in serious but stable condition and is expected to recover. in largo, maryland, peggy fox, wusa9. >>> the state's attorney's office confirmed charges against two people in the brutal beating last friday at suitland high. family members are upset and say
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Mar 25, 2015 6:00pm EDT
to know how many are from prince george's county. we got to meet three. that's janey oliver, a native of maryland and lives 15 minutes from the mgm site where she works as an electrician. thomas and brian work on the site and say they've lived in prince george's county for years. construction carried on behind them as mgm executives began to flood the site celebrating hiring 1,000 construction workers. governor larry hogan praised the project for creating jobs, but not everyone is convinced the project is off to a good start. some say mgm is not hiring as many minority owned businesses or local workers as they originally promised. last year -- >> year going to overhire the entire program and revamp the entire procurement process. >> reporter: last year an audit found a martin o'malley's administration failed to monitor or report minority participation on four other casino projects, but governor hogan says he's doing things differently this time around. mgm told us local workers carried out 19% of the construction hours so far and 2,000 construction workers will be hired before
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Mar 31, 2016 6:00pm EDT
will see sunshine. this is noon. but mother showers to the east down to laplata, prince george county. temperatures in the 70s. by 3:00 upper 70s down, leesburg and the sunshine returns for a while. we will track storms affecting the evening commute and the weekend. first weekend in april may not feel like it. >> all right, top. >>> just a day after metro board members jack evans made headlines saying the system could shut down entire rail lines up to six months, metro's gm said no decisions have been made. today evans said he just wanted to hit home the fact that the rail line needs funding. a group of senate democrats is urging lawmakers to set aside $150 million for transit systems 2017 fiscal budget. a six-month rail shut down would change their daily lives. >> that would be else. a lot of people in bad shape. >> reporter: metro's gm says there will be ample notice to riders and businesses if there is a service change. >>> right now turning our attention to the latest from the campaign trail, donald trump quickly back tracked after his controversial comments about women that get a
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Jan 3, 2018 6:00pm EST
inches in southern sections of southeastern prince george's county, delmarva and southern sections of maryland. and delmar but is the bull's- eye. we will come back and talk about how cold it will get by the system and why we issued a yellow weather alert for friday and saturday as well.>> hour early tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. and we will have everything you need to know before you go out the door to work or school so use hashtag wusa9 whether to share snowpacks and we may use them on the air. >> the heaviest snow around here will fall in delaware, maryland and virginia beaches. blizzard conditions on virginia coast begin tonight and spark the governor to declare a state of emergency.>> a foot of snow could fall north of virginia beach and same for north carolina outer banks and they have been pretreating interstate highways. ramps, tunnels and bridges getting special attention. they hope to have and allstate maintained roads and passable within 48 hours after the storm. >> we like drivers to use common sense. don't for your safety and the safety of drivers.>> they have a $5 million statew
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Dec 31, 2015 6:00pm EST
in shoot out that started in prince george's county. it all start-- county. it all started at a wendy's on powder mill across the prince george county line, a chase ensued, several cars hit, it ended new hampshire county. >>> a maryland state trooper is in the hospital after his cruiser was hit by a driver on i-95. it happened this afternoon in laurel north of route 100. police say the trooper had stopped on the shoulder of the highway to help a driver with car trouble. he was in his cruiser when another car veered off the road and collided with it. the impact shoved the cruiser into the disabled car. we are told the trooper has nonlife threatening injuries. >>> tonight's weather is playing a major role in everybody's holiday plans toon. >> howard is here to bring the forecast and it sounds nice for new year's eve. >> all things considered, it will be nice. temperatures won't be bitterly cold and it will be dry and not too breezy. satellite and radar behind me, we have a lot of clouds, little sun earlier, showers have been in the carolinas, southeast of virginia, nothing falling
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Dec 23, 2015 6:00pm EST
missing for five days, how a local family was reunited with their loved one. >>> up next, prince george's county police officer fires his weapon. tonight, the are you curious? do you wonder why things work? do you look at things and say "i can make that better"? these questions, these curiosities then lead to discoveries... ...and those discoveries are going to lead to the energy solutions for the next 50 years. we have big, big challenges. one challenge is to capture the co2 before it's released into the atmosphere. we captured more than 6 million tons in 2014 alone. that's the equivalent of eliminating the annual emissions of more than one million cars. in the longer term, we are working on how to convert algae into biofuels. the ultimate objective is to be able to put it into an existing car, to not have to redo the engine. that could be one of the very important parts of the energy equation in the future. we want to drive our scientists, we want to drive our engineers, to never be satisfied with where we are today. because there are always better ways to do things. i'm vijay swarup, a
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Sep 1, 2016 6:00pm EDT
atone for a nearly 200 year old sin? >> george town university in washington tried to make a start trying to make amends for selling 272 slaves that were owned by the catholic school into greater misery in louisiana. at least one of the descendents of the slaves says the university needs to do much more. >> families were torn apart. >> reporter: karen harper royal's great great great grandparents among those sold down the river by george town university in 1838. >> today's announcement is kind of bitter sweet because we weren't invited. >> reporter: harper rail came anyway determined don vince the university to do it sold to save itself from bankruptcy. >> our ancestors were denied access to education. certainly at the very least scholarships and financial support toward the educational aspirations of the descendents. that's the ground floor. that's the bare minimum. >> reporter: the university does plan to offer descendents the same kind of admissions it gives to the children of george town alumni. it plans to strip the names of two former presidents involved in the slave trade fr
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Dec 9, 2016 6:00pm EST
those who live look -- in prince george's county said it's a good sign for the community. >> i've seen this whole part of the area just grow so i had to come out to see what the mgm was going to be. >> this is going to be, you know, something really amazing. >> reporter: and while the mgm doors are open they are saying if you don't have a reservation for a restaurant or for the hotel maybe to come another weekend because they are seeing so many people come through the door. again, the casino is at capacity. live in prince george's county, i'm eliana diaz, wusa 9. >> thank you for that. there's a lot of prince george's county police officers on the highways and surrounding the mgm national harbor. they will stay there to help drivers we can help you with up to the minute traffic conditions around the new mgm national harbor. just download our wusa 9 app. >>> the head of the prince george's liquor commission facing dui charges. charles caldwell got into a three-car crash outside the mgm national harbor following the grand opening. nobody was hurt but officers say caldwell smelled of alco
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Mar 12, 2015 6:00pm EDT
obama's security detail, and field office is every george ogilvy. their government car rammed into security tape. the two had reportedly been drinking for a retirement program for outward going service spokesman ed donovan. >> i definitely want the secret service sober when they're protecting our country, put very 100% faith in the organization. >> reporter: -- but i have 100% faith in the organization. >> reporter: according to the washington post, officers on duty wanted to arrest the agents and conduct field sobriety tests but they were overruled by a supervisor who sent the agents home. andrea mccarren, wusa9. >>> two ferguson, missouri police officers shot during a protest overnight are out of the hospital today. police questioned several folks about that shooting, but no arrests. those officers were shot outside police headquarters as a protest connected to the michael brown shooting was winding down. one officer was hit in the shoulder, the other shot under his right eye, the bullet lodging behind his ear. >> we saw the muzzle fire from the gun on top of the street, so we al
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Jul 21, 2016 6:00pm EDT
, it's easy if you download our free wusa 9 app. >>> we're going to turn prince george's county, shopping at sporting goods stores. pulled over by a cop. all times people would expect to have their privacy protected. but tonight, a man sworn to protect him. >> i'm bruce leshan. at county headquarters. where tonight, a grand jury has indicted a six-year veteran of the department for taking pictures up women's skirts over the course of a year. both while off duty and as a officer. >> came to an end in the parking lot of this sports authority in bowie. an off-duty officer from another injuries noticed him trying to take pictures up her dress, inside. cont confronted him -- confronted him and chased him out to the parking lot. where he allegedly climbed into his marked, prince george's county police cruiser to escape. >> it's a sad day to come before you. and to discuss the indictment of a prince george's county police officer. >> investigators searched sims' phone and allegedly found more victims. a woman he allegedly photographed inside a chipotle. another woman who is still unidentified. a
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Dec 1, 2017 6:00pm EST
> >> recent wusa pest problem in some prince george's county schools. the school december trick-or- treat taking corrective action to make sure that the kids are safe. >> hillary lane has been on top of this story for month and brings us an update tonight. >>> it was two months ago that uncovered unsafe conditions in cafeterias in prince george's county including the elementary school right here. the district says it is stepping up pest control. more about that in a moment. but first let's remind you of what our report found. we looked through 2,000 school cafeteria inspection reports. we uncovered one in four cafeterias in prince george's county had evidence of mice, cockroaches or insects. and when inspectors found a school that was out of compliance, they oftentimes wouldn't return to that school for months. but there is good news. the district says they're now making changes. we will have more on what those changes are and what that means the special assignment unit update tonight at 11:00 p.m. >> if you want to know where your child's school stands, don't forget about our data
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Mar 11, 2015 6:00pm EDT
their respects to prince george's county police officer brennan rabain killed in a collision involving his police cruiser early saturday morning. our mola lenghi is live in temple hills for ra bandage's viewing. -- rabain's viewing. >> reporter: certainly a dull time for everyone involved as police officers tell me they have lost a brother. during today's four hour viewing more than 1,000 people are expected to pay their respects to officer rabain obviously including friends, family, hundreds of prince george's county police officers. [ audio difficulties ] >> despite the emotional day and the viewing of fallen officer brennan rabain, prince george's county police and council members had to tackle a tough subject related to his death. officer rabain was well within the rule when he had his girl friend in the car and decided to conduct a traffic stop, but now the county is wondering if that's the best stance. >> i have a concern about the safety of the family member, girl friend, individual in that car that the police officer off duty is responding to a call for service, becau
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Jun 12, 2015 6:00pm EDT
you about this. it's hard to listen to, but the prince george's county state's attorney wanted you to listen to it for a reason. our scott broom is live to explain it all. >> reporter: this tape was made public in hopes of extracting something good out of obviously a terrible tragedy, but a disappointing outcome in court for prosecutors. to pro ttecthe child we will not play all of the tape. >> prince george's county 911. >> reporter: you're listening to the first moments as a 7- year-old girl reports the murder of her own mother, kaya wilson, to a 911 dispatcher november 19th, 2011, the girl in such shock she can barely speak. here is what she said. please come now. please hurry up. my mommy's dead. the child is hiding under a bed next to her mother's body. three other children witnessed the murder, too. this week 23-year-old rashek bell beat the charge against him in the case, but the tape prosecutors say may provide a silver lining in their fight to convince maryland legislators to add five years to the sentence of anyone convicted of committing a crime of violence in front of a ch
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Oct 28, 2015 6:00pm EDT
event online. garrett headache is in george mason university with a preview. >> reporter: the sanders campaign hopes to fill the arena with 1500 young support and share it online with thousands more. these are people he will need if he wants to beat clinton. students waited for hours in the rain for a chance to ask the vermont senator a question. sanders trails clinton by double digits. that leaves a paradox for the supporters. they will back him if he thinks he can win but he won't win unless young people support him. >> i support bernie sanders as a potential candidate. i'm not sure about his electable because it's lack of experience other than domestic issues. he doesn't have a lot of experience with foreign policy so i'm interest to seed if anybody will ask him about that. >> reporter: sanders campaign said he will increase the amount of contrast he show with clinton. tonight we'll see how much he's willing to take the gloves off. at george mason university, garrett haake, wusa 9. >> the house passed a bipartisan two-year budget and debt limit bill that will prevent a government s
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