Delaware, Brian Sick Nick, Catherine Herridge discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
Correspondent Catherine Herridge has more to viable 12 inch metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The pipe bomb is designed to kill her main Scott switch. Oh is a former A TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly if it's made Out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with. These two devices are law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS shows both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. What did these devices tell us about coordination and possible premeditation? It takes quite a bit of time to manufacture devices like these. It's not something that you're just going toe. Throw together in a few minutes in your garage. The flags in the capital are still at half staff in honor of U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died on Thursday from injuries he sustained in the right, the 42 year old New Jersey native who served in Iraq. Only to be killed defending the capital. Prosecutors say the people arrested are facing charges ranging from assaulting officers to stealing federal property and threatening lawmakers. Wilson Good news in Delaware. No more 10 o'clock curfew for bars and restaurants and winter sports or back to escape would abuse Andrew Kramer tells us that's a decision. Health officials were really wrestling with for quite a while. Even though Governor Carney says there weren't any major problems with false sports in Delaware, winter sports is another matter. It's indoors, close contact, basketball and wrestling in particular, so he and health officials have been grappling with whether or not to allow competition again. A big reason for the uncertainty. These club tournament sports were didn't go so well. Outside of the competition itself. We had issues with respect to parents and Spectators that followed the Children into these tournaments on the like, Not just here in Delaware, but states around us. The new rule is only one person can accompany an athlete to a game. That person is not included in the 30% capacity limit for indoor sports. Who is included in that our players, coaches and staff. No additional Spectators are allowed. The division of public Health can also end team activity of that team goes against state orders or too many athletes on the team have co vid Andrew Kramer K wouldn't be news radio..