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May 6, 2012 6:30pm EDT
secretary of state hillary clinton while she was in china last week was that chen would be allowed to leave the country and come to the u.s. to study with his family. chen told the washington post he's defined to bed still recovering from that foot injury he suffered during his dramatic escape from house arrest. >>> tonight at 11:00 a report you'll only see here on channel 9. i recently visited chen in shanghai. we put together a couple of reports of what i saw that's changing and what remains the very same in chien parks the world's fastest growing economy, second only to the u.s. the first installment from a journey to china airs tonight on channel 9 at 11:00. >>> coming up right here on 9 news now he'll always be remembered for his one role on the andy griffith show. >> they're doing it. they're doing it. >> be quiet. >> we'll look back on the hollywood career of george lindsay. >>>. >> but when we needed them, they could fight the battle. we never could. >> avengers opens with a vengeance, super setting record at the box office. >> we cool down today thanks to the marine layer and cloud
Nov 15, 2009 6:30pm EST
the buses. >>> still ahead -- what president obama hopes to achieve on his visit to china. we're back in a moment. pwxwín >>> an army reservist from baltimore is killed in afghanistan. christopher died friday when his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb. two marines also died in the attack. his family said he had just been deployed to afghanistan from two weeks ago. >>> president obama is in shanghai tonight, where he will host a town hall session before heading to beijing with china's president. earlier in the day, president obama wrapped up a summit with southeast leaders. he met with the president of indonesia and praised that country's importance to the g- 20. >> indonesia is not only regionally important, but as a member of the g-20 and as one of the world's largest democracies, as one of the world's largest islamic nations, it has enormous influence. >> it president obama spent part of his childhood in indonesia and plans to return next year with the first family. >>> closer to home, mailed has opened a replica of a one room log cabin where benjamin lived, the black scientist. i
May 29, 2011 6:30pm EDT
being lifted from one gw student's shoulders. he says he was dropped off in china town by matt hill. >> i talked to police, relatives, i talked to, you know, so many different people and it was sickening to hear that story over and over again to the point where you know you're just going for the motions. thank god that was it. >> at the time i interviewed them, they still had not spoken with matt hill since located. we tried to reach out to the others, matthew's father, but we did not hear back first. >> brittany, a lot of people don't want to be found. what made police list this as a critical missing person list? >> matt hill was reported missing that it was labeled, that he was told this might be another chandra levi case. they went through the motion because matt hill was so out of character for him to disappear and not tell anyone, they emphasized that over and over again, labeling it critical. and they followed the same protocol with every missing person's case report, this one fit the standards. >> they made a case. >> yes. >> there is something wrong here. it's obvious that t
Nov 14, 2010 6:30pm EST
failed to get the g20 summit leaders to take a tough stand against china's currency policy. mr. obama turns his attention to congress and the possible battle with republicans over extending the bush era tax cuts. >>> tomorrow the house ethics committee begins its trial of charles wrangle. the 84-year-old new york democrat and charged with multiple ethics violations. rang ill says he is confident his name will be cleared. the charges include 13 counts of ethics violation, including tax evasions and allegations he paid below market rates for several apartments in harlem. >>> the week ahead could bring more arrests in the corruption investigation involving prince george's county executive jack johnson and his wife leslie. according to federal prosecutors. johnson and his wife have been charged with illegally destroying or tampering with evidence. investigators are looking into allegations that johnson took bribes from a local developer. the couple is charged with trying to destroy a $100,000 bribery check. concealing almost 80,000 in cash in leslie johnson's underclothes. those who zajac
Jul 29, 2012 6:30pm EDT
taxpayer dollars. bankrupt. so where did the obama stimulus money go? windmills from china. electric cars from finland 79% of the 2.1 billion in stimulus grants awarded through it went to overseas companies. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> a baltimore man is being held without bond tonight on charges of raping a woman at gunpoint and firing a handgun at two other women who tried to help the victim. police say 24-year-old andrew dash brought three young women back to a house on friday night. two of the women got away and managed to call police. officers went to the home where dash was staying. and that's where they found the third victim and arrested dash. >>> prince george's county police officers out of the hospital tonight after being shot in the leg. officer rachel jacobs was shot friday night after she crashed with a rowdy group of patrons in the galaxy nightclub in langley park. the officer was working security detail at the club and reportedly kicked a rowdy group out. they later drove past the entrance in a white honda and the driver allegedly fired
Aug 22, 2010 6:30pm EDT
people have been forced from their homes in china this weekend after a rain swollen river burst their bank. at least four people have been killed in that flooding. the flood waters have knocked out electricity and communications. heavy rain began pounding the region on friday, causing the rivers to swell and flooding 44 townships. more torrential rain is forecasted for the next 24 hours, threatening control efforts. >>> a rare medical condition has sent ten members of the high school football team to hospitals this weekend. listen to this. oregon state and town officials are trying to determine why 18 members of the mcminnville high school team contracted something called compartment syndrome, causing pain and severe swelling in the arm muscles and three players have had to have emergency surgery. >> i was just kind of shocked that this is happening to us. like we were dropping like flies from practice. >> one day, my arms started hurting, and then they started swelling up. and we were out there in practice, we had to go to the hospital. >> it's scary. luckily he's in good shape. >> a
Feb 5, 2012 6:30pm EST
saturday's u.n. security council meeting where russia and china vetoed that resolution aimed after ending the crackdown on protesters. now today's secretary of state, hillary clinton, called the veto a travesty. >> what happened yesterday at the united nations was a travesty. now, those countries that refuse to support the arab league plan, their full responsibility for protecting the brutal regime in damascus. >> the secretary clinton warned that the situation could deteriorate into a brutal civil war as she called on friends of the democratic theory to unite and support the peoples rights to have a better future. in the meantime, word of the veto caused scores of protesters to storm the russian embassy in libya. >>> ukraine has suffered the heaviest toll sweeping from europe. blaming the sub zero temperatures for at least 120 people. the vast majority were homeless. be many found frozen to death on the streets. more than 1,600 people have been hospitalized with hypothermia and frostbite. even the black sea is frozen in some places. >>> thankfully we're not expecting the harsh win
May 30, 2010 6:30pm EDT
. >>> making landfall, leaving a path of destruction in central america. >>> an explosion in china's hunan providence caused the blast. in august, the government suspended mining operations in 270 mines after the accident at another that killed 16. they had some of the most deadly mines in the entire world. last year, more than 2600 people died from coal-mine accidents there. the death toll continues to climb at the tropical area that slams into the coast of guatemala and mexico. more than 69,000 people have been evacuated from guatemala because of the rain and the mud slide. the height of the storm, packing winds of 45 miles per hour. and that is a relief that dozens are missing and at least 15 people have been killed since they touched down. >>> still to come on 9news now. not everyone is enjoying the warm, sunny weather over the holiday weekend. find out where people are hitting the slopes for some light-season teams. >>> we would like to hit that cool down because it is really warm today. and it gets even hotter as we go towards memorial day. nearly 990 degrees -- 90 degrees toda
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