Luke Luger, D.C., Christina Grant discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Future students. In northeast D.C., Luke Luger WTO pinos. There's reason to celebrate the latest D.C. schools report card, nearly 75% of students earned a diploma this year, a roughly 2% improvement from 2021. That number also includes charter schools. School superintendent, doctor Christina grant says they're proud of the growth and will continue preparing students for college, careers and life after school. Four 25 money news 25 and 55, they barely got over the line here, Jeff clay. It does snap a four day losing streak, but the Dow is not up much by the clothes just 92 points. The S&P 500 Index up just four, the NASDAQ finished the day up just one point. Wells Fargo will pay a record $3.7 billion settlement with the government over a laundry list of years long's allegations of mistreating customers, including mismanagement of car loans, mortgages, and deposit accounts. The scandals have so far cost Wells Fargo to CEOs their jobs. The vast majority of homeowners with a mortgage are current, the mortgage bankers association says 96% are. But among homeowners who went through forbearance assistance during the pandemic only 78% occurring. One measure of D.C. restaurant business indicates it's back to pre-pandemic levels, sales, taxes, collected from D.C. restaurants in August, topped August 2019. One sales tax that remained steady all the way through the pandemic was liquor. In fact, liquor sales taxes peaked in August 2020 at the height of lockdowns. Jeff Cleveland WTO news. Money news brought to you by sandy spring bank. In

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