Sam Ford is a general assignment reporter for ABC7/WJLA-TV. He joined the station's team in 1987.
Previously, Sam spent nine years as a correspondent for CBS News. During his tenure at the network, Sam was stationed at CBS bureaus in New York, Atlanta, and Washington.
Prior to CBS, he reported to WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After earning a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Kansas, Sam attended graduate school for journalism at the University of Minnesota.
He is married to free-lance reporter Gloria Murray, with whom he has a son and daughter.
Ben's Chili Bowl opened its first location in Virginia on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony (and Bill Cosby) in Arlington.
According to a press release, a legislation to decriminalize marijuana in D.C. was passed on Tuesday by a final vote of ten to one.
It was difficult to see more than a block or two away as the snow fell in D.C. Monday, though some people said they had to walk around and experience the event.
The Oruh family owns a home health care agency called Ultra, and is denouncing the D.C. government for cutting off Medicaid payments to them -- approximately $400,000 a week’s worth, to be exact.
A woman's family is beginning to plan her funeral one week after her death, but they aren't able to get inside her apartment complex to get crucial documents.