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.
School bus drivers in D.C. are still upset over their hours being cut this summer. They took their fight to the Wilson Building Monday.
The popular Northeast nightclub Fur is being told to improve its security before it can reopen. It comes after a 19 year old was stabbed inside the nightclub last week.
A Northeast D.C. nightclub says it is making changes after a stabbing led to the club being temporarily shut down. Their solution? Firing the gogo band that was playing that night.
Newly elected council member Anita Bonds plans to propose that D.C. homeowners 80 and older pay no tax on their homes, provided they've lived in the city at least 25 years and earn less than $100,000 per year.
The community group Empower DC is behind the lawsuit and says the planned closures violate the U.S. Constitution and city and federal laws. They say the closings will disproportionately affect minority, special education and low-income students.