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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"FM W M A L A cumulus station news now double male news. It's seven. I'm Marie Elise. But new Cova deadline from President Biden, at least 90. Percent of all of those of this country will be eligible. You vaccinated by April, the 19th just three weeks from now because we have vaccines. The president also wants everyone to keep the masks on, including the states no longer requiring it. I'm returning my call for every governor, mayor and local leader to maintain and reinstate the mass mandate, please. This is not politics. Reinstate the mandate. If you let it down and business would require Massa's well. His comments follow those of the CDC director who says she is quote scared. Of a new covert spike happening. Meanwhile, the first look at the covert vaccines show strong effectiveness. The government study of Real World youth science. Fizer and Moderna are 90% effective after two doses. City sees researcher who authored the report calls the results very reassuring. It was the government's first assessment of how the vaccines work beyond the clinical trials reported by the drug makers. The CDC relied on 4000 participants in six states, focusing on health care workers, first responders and others who had first priority for shots. Jared Halpern, Fox News Some kids in Maryland, maybe going to summer school or longer days to make up for disrupted learning during the pandemic, given the amount of learning that may have been slow Due to the disrupted destruction, as well as the limitations of remote learning students will probably need the additional waiting hours. Deputy superintendent of Maryland's Department of Education Carol Williamson, she shared results of a survey taken by parents and teachers in the state about the strategies they thought were best to make up or disrupted learning. We have teachers working during the summer. We have to pay additional dollars for the time of their spending, she says. State and federal money is available to school systems to make that happen. Heather Curtis Sandoval, you Emma Allen. W e mail dot com Sept. Will mark 20 years since the 9 11 terror attacks and now a unique memorial is being planned. If approved, it'll be a 1300 mile trail that links the Pentagon memorial with the flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, to the national September 11th Memorial Museum in New York City. September, 11th National Memorial Trail will honor the fallen men and.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We see an average of 500,000 acres burn in an entire year. We've seen that nearly doubled in the past three days. We have never seen this amount of uncontained fire across our state. We know that there are fire related fatalities, and as soon as we're able to provide confirmed information, we will do so. Approximately 30,000 of 40,000 Oregonians have evacuated so far. And evacuations are ongoing. My team's air, telling me that while wind dynamics are changing, we're now facing unstable air conditions that continue to make response efforts very, very difficult. These weather dynamics are creating unpredictable movement of the fires across the landscape. Well, our state reels from this horrific firestorm of dry weather, hot wind and drought conditions. This will not be a one time event. Unfortunately, it is the bellwether of the future. Wildfires also scorching nearly 937 square miles in Washington state this week, Governor Jay Inslee Thursday declaring a state of emergency to free up cash assistance for families and need more than 80% of the homes and Maldon were destroyed by flames. Americans are gathering Tio commemorate the 19th anniversary of the 9 11 terror attacks with tributes altered, of course by the Corona virus, maybe gathered was not gathered, not the right word President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. They're both planning to visit the flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania today. In a New York A dispute over precautions Corona virus restrictions leading to separate remembrances. The National September 11th Memorial Museum, canceling its tradition of having relatives lead the names. I read the names of the dead allowed. Instead, it will offer a recording to those gathered at the World Trade Center site. It's been six months since the World Health Organization declared the Corona virus outbreak a pandemic with more than 28 million infected worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The United States, the worst affected with 6.3 million cases in 191,000 fatalities. India, Brazil and Russia all following the World Health organization, noting Division still stands in the way, Dr Ted Ross. What worries you the most. Right now, at this stage of the pandemic. What worries you the most? Thank you. Um, I think what worries me the most is what I have been saying all along. Lakoff Solidarity. Because when solidarity lax on when we're divided.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Doctor's relenting and allowing Alex I. Navalny's family to take him to Germany for treatments. They had initially refused a transfer request on safety grounds, but later said the politicians condition had stabilized. Navalny is said to be in a coma after what his spokesperson calls a possible poisoning attack, suspecting a cup of tea he drank had been spiked. Doctors in Russia dispute that instead blaming low blood sugar Simon Oh in Fox News. Simitian Court of Appeals has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Legislature that accused Governor Gretchen Whitmer of exceeding her legal authority when she enacted emergency powers and declarations during the height of the pandemic. The judge's deny GOP lawmaker contention that a 1945 law on Lee, let's a governor indefinitely extend emergencies that our local not statewide in nature. The ruling is expected to be appealed on this. Eight Supreme Court New York City's 9 11 museum is sent to reopen with some new rules in place been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack The next day, September 12 it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. In New York City, Tanya J. Powers, Fox. They're all straight at the close The Dow up 190 points that NASDAQ gained 40 60 s and P up 11 points. Both the S and P and the NASDAQ have ended the week with record closing highs. I'm Lisa. Let.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on KTOK

"I. Navalny's family to take him to Germany for treatments. They had initially refused a transfer request on safety grounds, but later said the politicians condition had stabilized. Navalny is said to be in a coma after what his spokesperson calls a possible poisoning attack, suspecting a cup of tea he drank had been spiked. Doctors in Russia dispute that instead blaming low blood sugar Simon Oh in Fox News. Simitian Court of Appeals has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Legislature that accused Governor Gretchen Whitmer of exceeding her legal authority when she enacted emergency powers and declarations during the height of the pandemic. The judge's deny GOP lawmaker contention that a 1945 law on Lee, let's a governor indefinitely extend emergencies at our local not statewide in nature. A ruling is expected to be appealed. In the state Supreme Court. New York City's 9 11 museum is sent to reopen with some new rules in place. It's been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack the next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. In New York City. Tanya J. Powers, Fox News Wall Street At the close the Dow Up 190 points, the NASDAQ gained 40 60 s and P Up 11 points. Both the S and P and the NASDAQ have ended the week with record closing highs. I'm Lisa.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WDRC

"Leader who some believe was poisoned, allowed to leave the country for treatment in doctor's relenting and allowing Alex I. Navalny's family to take him to Germany for treatment. They had initially refused a transfer request on safety grounds, but later said the politicians condition had stabilized. The valley is said to be in a coma after what his spokesperson calls of possible poisoning attack, suspecting a cup of tea he drank had been spiked. Doctors in Russia dispute that instead blaming low blood sugar Simon Oh, in folks knew. Simitian Court of Appeals has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Legislature that accused Governor Gretchen Whitmer of exceeding her legal authority when she enacted emergency powers and declarations during the height of the pandemic. The judge's deny GOP lawmaker contention that a 1945 law on Lee, let's a governor indefinitely extend emergencies at our local not statewide in nature. The ruling is expected to be appealed on this. Eight Supreme Court New York City's 9 11 museum is sent to reopen with some new rules in place been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack the next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. In New York City, Tanya J. Powers, Fox. They're all straight at the close the Dow up 190 points and NASDAQ gained 40 60 s and P up 11 points. Both the S and P and the NASDAQ have ended.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Allowing Alex I. Navalny's family to take him to Germany for treatment. They had initially refused a transfer request on safety grounds, but later said the politicians condition had stabilized. Navalny is said to be in a coma after what his spokesperson calls of possible poisoning attack, suspecting a cup of tea he drank had been spiked. Doctors in Russia dispute that instead blaming low blood sugar Simon Oh in Fox News. Simitian Court of Appeals has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Legislature that accused Governor Gretchen Whitmer of exceeding her legal authority when she enacted emergency powers and declarations during the height of the pandemic. The judge's deny GOP lawmaker contention that a 1945 law on Lee, let's a governor indefinitely extend emergencies that our local not statewide in nature. A ruling is expected to be appealed in the state Supreme Court. New York City's 9 11 Museum is set to re open with some new rules in place. It's been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack the next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. In New York City. Tanya Dre Powers Fox. They're all straight at the clothes that our 190 points, NASDAQ gained. 40 60 s and P up 11 points. Both the S and P and the NASDAQ have ended.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And allowing Alex I. Navalny's family to take him to Germany for treatment. They had initially refused a transfer request on safety grounds, but later said the politicians condition had stabilized. Navalny is said to be in a coma after what his spokesperson calls of possible poisoning attack, suspecting a cup of tea he drank had been spiked. Doctors in Russia dispute that instead blaming low blood sugar Simon Oh in Fox News. Simitian Court of Appeals has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Legislature that accused Governor Gretchen Whitmer of exceeding her legal authority when she enacted emergency powers and declarations during the height of the pandemic. The judge's deny GOP lawmaker contention that a 1945 law on Lee, let's a governor indefinitely extend emergencies at our local not statewide in nature. A ruling is expected to be appealed. In the state Supreme Court. New York City's 9 11 museum is sent to reopen with some new rules in place. It's been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack the next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. In New York City, Tanya J. Powers, Fox News Wall Street at the clothes that our 190 points and NASDAQ gained 40 60 s and P up 11 points. Both the S and P and the NASDAQ have ended.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Navalny's family to take him to Germany for treatment. They had initially refused a transfer request on safety grounds, but later said the politicians condition had stabilized. Navalny is said to be in a coma after what his spokesperson calls a possible poisoning attack, suspecting a cup of tea he drank had been spiked. Doctors in Russia dispute that instead blaming low blood sugar Simon Oh in Fox News. Simitian Court of Appeals has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Legislature that accused Governor Gretchen Whitmer of exceeding her legal authority when she enacted emergency powers and declarations during the height of the pandemic. The judge's deny GOP lawmaker contention that a 1945 law on Lee, let's a governor indefinitely extend emergencies at our local not statewide in nature. A ruling is expected to be appealed. In the state Supreme Court. New York City's 9 11 museum is sent to reopen with some new rules in place. It's been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack the next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. In New York City. Tanya J. Powers, Fox News Wall Street At the close the Dow up 190 points that NASDAQ gained 40 60 s and P Up 11 points. Both the S and P and the NASDAQ have ended.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:15 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Co Goonies Center. Fire crews are battling fires totaling more than 770,000 acres now in this state The biggest ones in northern California. Caliph Iron Public information officer Jeremy Rohan says resource is air stretched thin. Early 96% of caliph iron engines are committed throughout the state. Thousands of people are under evacuation orders authorities to confirmed at least five deaths. Governor Newsome says he's requested aid from other states. As well as from Canada and Australia. Good news in the virus front. Today, The Daily case rate remains below the state watchlist trigger, which means the countdown toward all schools in the county being ableto open continues. Some elementary schools in San Diego that have been granted waivers plan to open next week. The rest of the schools in the county can open when the county gets through the required 14 days of being off to ST Watch list. Governor Newsome was asked about schools all across the state today that are and may continue distance learning. Want to keep our kids safe. And we want to keep our pair of professional safe. Our teachers safe. We have protocol. We have a process where people are not On that monitoring list over 14 Day period where they can provide in person learning. We look forward to getting all of our kids back into that environment. The CDC, meantime, is pending an encouraging picture of how the Corona virus can be controlled in just 12 weeks. It's the same message heard by health experts all over where a mask The CDC director says it's within reach. If it least 90% of people they should wide cover up. The White House is threatening today to veto a bill that would stop changes and postal service operations. The Office of Management and Budget said the Trump administration strongly opposes the legislation introduced by House Democrats. The House is set to vote on the measure Saturday, which would also provide billions in funding for the cash strapped agency. The Whitehouse accuses Democrats of attempting to exploit the covert 19 pandemic for placing new restrictions on the already struggling USPS. Matt Matt Anson, NBC News radio Postmaster General Lewis The Joy was questioned on the changes he's made of the Postal Service and taking over a few months ago, Democrats accused him of trying to sabotage the mail service out of a mostly male in election. Help. The president getting reelected to joy denied those charges, said he will suspend all changes until after the election. He also says the Postal Service is unveiling now a new election website on how to vote by mail. The 9 11 Museum in New York City is reopening. Tanya J. Powers has more It's been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack The next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect. As well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday. Change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule on Wall Street. The Dow closed.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Weekend, especially near the mountains coast. Up to 82. Today, mainland 90 for the mountains, 90 and the deserts up to 108 right now Downtown. Partly cloudy and 71 news time is 5 40 to President Trump pointing the finger at California officials over the management of the current wildfires. Trump spoken Pennsylvania Thursday, the president said officials in the state or not Managing forests properly, adding, You've got to clean your floors Last year, Trump also made his thoughts known about California fires. Governor Gavin Newsom responded with the president is an experienced and fire prevention and is not authorized to comment on the matter. Team. U tell NBC news radio Governor Newsome says the president doesn't have enough expertise to deal with wildfires. Wildfire that ignited along the San Diego Riverside County line has been put out Fire Fire's battled the so called volcano fire, scorching a midday heat along a hillside in Tenaha. Truck trail into lose. Cruise initially had difficulty reaching the flames. The fire was eventually stopped at 50 acres and nearby homes were spared. No one was hurt. A member of a documentary crew filming Cal Fire in action suffered heat exhaustion. In Oceanside Navy veteran convicted of torturing His neighbor's dogs is on the list for early release. David Herbert on Honorably discharged disabled veteran was sentenced to nearly nine years behind bars. He has served just 17 months. State officials say that Herbert's parole date falls within cove in 19 early release guidelines. He may be eligible to get out. It was convicted of beating a neighbor's therapy dog to death with a bat. Gouging out the eyes of another dog and throwing acid on a third dog. Navy is pumping its muscle while helping out during the flex alert here in San Diego On Monday, the Navy began taking locally base ships off the city's grid. 20 do ships are now operating on their own power supply. Rather than relying on power from the pier. The Navy says it has saved the region nearly three million kilowatts, enough to prevent blackouts throughout San Diego. Miramar also helping the base turning on its micro grid, eliminating six megawatts from the city's grid. Five companies getting the green light to sell drones to federal agencies and the defense Department. Rachel Sutherland has more guy Dio incorporated Vantage robotics, Teal drones also van incorporated in paradise, Eh? We'll begin producing small unmanned aircraft systems next month. Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Michael Crossed. CEO says the D O D is made. Microelectronics, one of his highest technology priorities. The nation that leads in Michalek Tronics Development will determine the rules of the road for artificial intelligence. Five g quantum computing. Autonomous vehicles and more the D O D awarded the company's war than $13 million to manufacture lightweight drones with high resolution day and night optics and thermal image ING The 9 11 Museum in New York City is reopening Here's Tanya J. Power. It's been almost six months since the September 11th Memorial Museum was closed because of covert 19, but its doors will reopen again soon. Museum officials say it will reopen on the anniversary of the attacks first to families of those killed on 9 11, as well as the 1993 World Trade Center attack the next day, September 12th it will open to the public restrictions like 25% capacity will be in effect, as well as a mask requirement, and the museum will only be open Thursday through Monday, a change from the pre pandemic seven days a week schedule. A new way of buying pot in Colorado. Here's Jeff Manasquan new option for Coloradans to get legal weed through vending machines that have popped up in a dispensary in Pueblo, another expected at a marijuana dispensary in Aurora, Colorado, in the coming weeks, where people still have to present IEDs to access in what's become a thriving industry in Colorado, where Democratic governor Jared Police calls marijuana a critical business during the Corona virus pandemic and where recreational pot sales set an all time record. Erred in June and are on track to top 2019 is almost $1.8 billion in sales, a share of which goes to the state's coffers. Coco News time 5 46 and update on deadly fires burning across the state. With Cal fire Coming up live at 6 10 Stories trending positive.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTVN

"Radio 6 10 W TV and well, we know the DNC is going on all week long. They're going, Tio. I love the way this is framed. They're the Democrats are going to try to humanize Joe Biden. We'll get more on that with our ABC news correspondent Alex Stone will be joining us coming up for 40. I love the fact that the tribute and Light Memorial to honor the victims Of 9 11. Eyes goingto happen after a massive outcry following the cancellation, so covert not ruining this this year, and I loved it, and I love the fact that it's going to happen. And clearly that is around the corner for us in just a couple of weeks will be upon that date. So the National September 11th Memorial Museum Announcing they would not be turning on the lights because of Corona virus this year, and they were saying it was unsafe to bring a crew of more than 40 stagehands and electrician's to install the 88 7000 watt xenon light bulbs. Which project those two twin beams of light four miles into the sky, and I'm so I know it's It is absolutely incredible. One of these years I have to get there to see this because I guarantee nothing. Does it justice like standing there, right? Sure. So I would love Tio witness that but the fact that it's They've reversed. Um and ah, and now it's going to happen. So very, very cool. I had this yesterday to go, but we didn't get to it. I just wanted to point it out on day man, and I mentioned it when they said they were canceling at last week and I made the point that you know what it's not surprising because we got to get rid of can't anything that could possibly bring us together? Because anything that remember that we were attacked by radical Islamic terrorists 20 years ago and killed 3000 of our fellow citizens. We can't remember that we've got to focus on Corona virus only, and black lives matter and racial injustice in the election and all that. How about one thing we can all come together on one thing we can all unify on pleasantly surprised. It's goingto happen, but well, well said they're all right. How about 1000 bucks? Now? Secret stash of cash? Thankyou to max allowance dot com. Is your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword family to 202 100, You'll get a confirmation, text and info, Standard data and Mr Drake supply in this nationwide contest that's family to 202 100. Traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products and looks like an update on the broken water main there in Delaware, Johnny Yeah, it looks like they've repaired the line and the water's going to be back on here shortly that, according to city of Delaware, But a temporary fix to the street is coming after the turn on the water, so it may be another couple hours before they reopened William Street eastbound off of Lake and potters that remains closed. But the water is going to be back on here shortly. Some good news. We're getting reports now of an accident on to 70 eastern. There 71 on the north side. We'll have enough. Just a few medics will be headed to the scene there otherwise. Downtown freeways running just about up to speed. This report sponsored by.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

"At the hospital, tells NBC for She hopes the findings will serve as a wake up call. Kobe is really shone a spotlight on disparities that have long existed in our country and our hope is that this will be a call to action. The research, however, did not look at the severity of a child's illness or their outcome. Doctors say most Children who do contact the virus have mild symptoms and recover. Andrea Cameron. W T O P. News AH Mississippi Middle School teacher who had been coaching the high school football team as early as last week, has now died of covert 19 symptoms. A 42 year old teacher had been self quarantining. At the time of his death, school officials are trying to figure out which students had contact with him and how to proceed. Virginia's album, Aro County, has voted to remove a statue of a Confederate soldier there. The daily progress reports that the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to remove the 111 year old statue. Standing on Alba Morrow County Courthouse Property in Charlottesville. The monument to picks a life size Confederate soldier and includes a cannon state law will require the county to consider offers to relocate the statue from museums, historical societies and military battlefields. The statue will be taken down and stored in early September. The truth caught up with the Maryland state Trooper John Sahlin, after fellow troopers noticed something fishy going on this week, he pleaded guilty to perjury and misconduct for writing fake, Do you? Why tickets? The six tickets in question were written over the past two years with fabricated names and addresses. But John Solon got caught first. The accused drunk drivers didn't show up to court. And then troopers serving the warrants couldn't find tthe. Um Solon was on an elite drunk driving unit. His motive is unclear. Maryland State police say they don't have quotas, but the Baltimore Sun says they do give out awards for top producing, do you I ticket writers, a Baltimore County circuit judge sentenced him to six years with time served, but she slapped him with a $6000 fine and 300 hours of community service. Hillary Howard W. T o P News Next month's 19th anniversary of September 11th terrorist attacks will feature side by side ceremonies. Leaders of the tunnel. The Tower's foundation say they will hold on alternative ceremony on 9 11 because the national September 11th Memorial Museum announced that family members won't be reading the names of the nearly 3000 victims at the official ceremony this year because of the Corona virus pandemic. Frank Siller created the tunnel, the Tower's foundation to honor the memory of his firefighter brother, Stephen Siller, He says the reading of names is something that needs to be done. Pandemic or no pandemic. We'll rake on CBS News Coming up next with AO is just a little lower travel is coming back. But not much. I'm Jeff label it's 10 54. We're all spending a lot more time at home and her floor show it. I've floor Max. We know that beautiful home start from the floor up. And that's why we're introducing our exclusive shopping home service. Get.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTOP

"Thanks a 51 now. New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association. Suit says insiders violated the state's nonprofit laws by illegally diverting tens of millions of dollars through excessive expenses names for and our executives, including LaPierre, Court documents outline his lavish spending a family stay at a luxury private hotel at a cost of more than $37,000 on at least eight occasions, private jets to and from the Bahamas at a total cost of over half a $1,000,000 even multiple luxury hunting safaris in Africa. All of it paid for by the NRA. CBS news correspondent Jeff Piggies there, the quickly responded with a lawsuit of its own, seeking an injunction against the attorney general, claiming she was targeting the organisation for political reasons. The Justice Department is sending federal agents to ST Louis and Memphis, Tennessee. In an expansion of its Operation Legend Crime Fighting program, which focuses on aggressive federal gun prosecutions. The agents will work alongside local police to solve shootings, arrest fugitives stop illegal gun sales, crack down on gangs and bring more cases in federal court, where prosecutors concede longer sentences than can be served at out of state prisons. There's a new high profile call for action in the death of Briana Taylor for a Winfrey is paying for 26 billboards around Louisville, Kentucky, calling for action in the police involved shooting a. Briana Taylor, The 26 year old African American paramedic was fatally shot in her apartment by police, who had a no knock warrant. Each billboard demands that the officers involved be charged and arrested. Last week, when free, dedicated the cover of her magazine to tailor the first time ever. It was somewhat other than Winfrey. Jim Krystle, a CBS News next month's 19th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks will feature side by side ceremonies in lower Manhattan. Leaders of the tunnel. The Tower's foundation say they will hold on alternative ceremony on 9 11 Because the national September 11th Memorial Museum announced that family members won't be reading the names of the nearly 3000 victims at the official ceremony this year because of the Corona virus pandemic. Frank Siller created the tunnel, the Tower's foundation to honor the memory of his firefighter brother, Stephen Siller. He says the reading of names is something that needs to be done pandemic or no pandemic. We'll rake on CBS News. We'll stock futures have risen here ahead of the opening bell. We'll check in. Next it's 8 54 Golf is running its first major sale now through August 16. Golf Tum.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:40 min | 11 months ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The world's biggest cove in 19 vaccine trials begin today in the US 30,000 volunteers. Will be injected with out of the experimental vaccine or will get a placebo. CBS's Chris Martinez says many Americans would not be among the first to get a new covert 19 vaccine. Once it is approved, a new CBS News poll finds on Lee, 30% say they would get one as soon as possible. Half of Americans say they would consider it and 20% say they would never get it. Phase three will evaluate the safety of the vaccine and whether it can prevent the Corona virus after two doses because of pandemic precautions, the serum The marking the 19th anniversary of nine eleven's terror attack will not include one of the most poignant parts of previous memorials. The personal messages spoken by Families of victims Letter to family members. National September 11th Memorial Museum says recorded name readings will be used instead of having family members read the names in person, but relatives will be able to gather on the memorial posit at the site for an event. While having to maintain CDC guidelines during the pandemic. As always, there will be six moments of silence, acknowledging when each other world trade centers was struck and fell when the Pentagon was attacked, and when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a Pennsylvania field. Matt Piper. CBS NEWS New York Times News Time for 30 for American For Jon Jon's taking the week off from Wisconsin's afternoon news, Melissa's in the news chair. Debbie's Got your roads, and Nick is filling in for Greg today in sports, So working from home appears to be working well for some companies, including Google, Google will not have its employees come back to an actual office. Until July of next year. They're keeping him back. Don't want him there. Google keeping its employees home until at least next July, making the search engine giant, the first major U. S Corporation to formalize such an extended time table. In the face of this pandemic, And this has me thinking about a couple of things. First of all. What is Google know that the rest of us don't know They're just running some algorithm that says, okay, the math doesn't add up. There's no way We need to have anyone back before that time because of pandemic concerns, or they are they starting to realize that you know what? We don't need people in the office. So this is what I think's happening. Looking Macro Lee at this situation. I think we're seeing the evolution of the workplace happening right before our eyes cos they're realizing that maybe I don't need to spend quote unquote more money on having a standard a traditional location for an office. We could have people work from home save money. I don't know. I think I think it's a transition that maybe we didn't want, But we're getting a B. C's Rebecca Jarvis, she is their economy guru. At ABC. She rattled off a bunch of things to think about one, she said. Housing We're already seeing the trend of people moving away from expensive cities and into burbs or the country. The rural areas if they don't have to go into the office regularly, So you're already starting to Caesar. She said. Number two retail You don't need a full wardrobe from home. You don't even have a pant suits. You don't have to have nice clothes. You could point your pants. I went to a store the other day. I tried to try on something. You can't even do that. You can't try and close, right? Yeah. So if you can't even try on anyway, and you don't need to wear nice number three restaurants, bars cafes. Anyone who spent loads to be near a major business hub is now in jeopardy. If you are one of these shops, sandwich shop soup shop, whatever it is foot traffic is already down. But now you're going to see this situation where people are just not coming into some of these offices, months or even a year from now, So that gets that's incredible to think about and I am curious to see how this all plays out. I mean, have we seen our most people starting to go back to work? I feel like the biggest change we've seen recently is the face masks. More more people seem to be wearing the face masks, but I mean are you going back into the office sent us a text 85561616 20 in the equity markets talking Texan, very curious. If this is something that's even happening or businesses Or maybe even going to turn back the other way and say, Oh, you know what? I don't need you here. You're just a sufficient at home when you stay there, So I'm communicating with a lot of my friends in a lot of different career angles than I am, and I would have to say the majority of those people are not going back into the office. They are having conversations about it. But nothing definitive saying this is a date that you're going back and everyone being very nimble. There was sort of seeing that. Okay. This is working right now. Why kind of you know why kind of weave in and out of that If you don't need to There are other options here. Commercial real estate mean, who needs an office space? Now we need some of these restaurant and retail spaces. They just won't need it Taxes. Meet. How did the taxes not go up? Rebecca Jarvis brought that one up, too. She says tax is going to go up because people are leaving re sources are already is constrained because of the pandemic. They're depleted. So you're going to see taxes go up in some areas. If given the option. What do you think the majority of Americans would say They'd rather do work from home or work in an office, typesetting kids or no kids? A good point. So that's a big one. That that is determining factor. Yeah. I would guess. So where do the people fall? Would you rather work from home or not? Because in my house, my wife hates it. She's a teacher, and she can't stand being home. I do this? If I could produce this show for my living room couch, I would do it in my heart. I don't think you could. I don't think I'd be a CZ effective, though. I know you don't mean efficient or whatever. 85561616 20. You wanna weigh in on the equity markets talking text line? You know, you make an interesting point, though, Nick, because I have a buddy who has been trying to convince his company not to have him come back in because he could get more done at home. Really more focused. Yeah, well, he doesn't have to spend 90 minutes showering, eating, driving the word Dad. He commutes was I actually worked more now. Than I did before. I think I would, too. See, I don't I don't think I would. You know what? I actually personally peek behind the curtain. I like coming to work. But I also like the fact that they're smaller numbers here. I feel like I can focus. All right now you might think differently from everyone was back. I'd be like, Yeah, but yeah, but as of right now it's You know nothing. I don't love everybody, but it's nice to have the thought process in and quietness and stuff. Why do you think were from home or get back into the office? Which would you prefer a 5561616 20 in the morgue. It's talks in text line right now, ese for 39. That means this portion of the show is sponsored by Annex Wealth management..

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The iheart radio app russia's president vladimir putin calling for daily humanitarian pauses of the town of gudermes in eastern syria the move comes two days after the un security council approved a resolution demanding a thirty day ceasefire across the entire country cbs foreign affairs analyst pam falk says that went unheeded as if nothing had transpired at the un government airstrikes took place on sunday within hours of the resolution's passage prompting france's president and germany's chancellor kohl russia's president vladimir putin to ask for help to get aid to the civilians in the area near damascus that is one of the last rebel held areas bradley said people have been killed in the years strikes today a remembrance ceremony held today of the national september 11th memorial museum marking twenty five years since the first attack on the world trade center jr was six people were killed more than a thousand others injured museum president salvat greed walk was among the speakers is hard to believe that a quartercentury has passed six that snowy injured day the 1993 bombing was the first act of terrorism that this site as we know all too well he would not be the last search bob exhaust backed were convicted in that attacked a seventh remains at large wbz news time to forty one we check sports on this monday afternoon celtics back to work on the parkway tonight 730 tap off at the garden against the lowly grizzlies memphis's lost its last nine the seas of one two in a row since the all star break socks introducing their new slugger this morning in florida is wbz's adam kaufman tells us the club's new designated hitter has come a long long way let's get that for the aticketcom sport's studio you may find this hard to believe since new.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For hundreds of miles and national hurricane center specialist john cangelosi says residents need to remember the danger of heavy rain and flash flooding one of the more significant impacts from here on out are likely to be the very heavy rain will widespread areas of cantu even up to fifteen inches of rain it's possible across northern florida in georgia during the next couple of days many coastal areas in southern florida are reporting severe flooding and extensive damage from storm surges related to the hurricane anne pierce kirk ziegler reports in the miami area thousands of evacuees hope to return home today to assess damage hurricane hurmuz mandatory evacuation orders affected more than six million fleurian's here in miami evacuee carlos rodriguez had a few neighbors sent him videos of his street were trees were down and roofs were damaged really more worrisome is the aftermath right now were goal we've passed the danger zone in the aftermath of food the water the gas the people worry on patient rodriguez is hoping to get into day to his home south of downtown near the coast to assess damages kirk sigler npr news miami today marks the sixteenth anniversary of the september eleven th attacks from member station wnyc annemarie for totally report ports on how the occasion we'll be observed in new york this year family members of the victims of the two thousand one attacks and the 1993 attack on the world trade center have been invited to read the names of victims at a ceremony at the national temper 11th memorial museum there will be six moments of silence to mark when the plane struck the tower ars end when each fell as well as the attacks on the pentagon and on flight ninety three.

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"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"11th memorial museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's barely maintaining hurricane status with tom sustained wins of seventy five miles per hour currently the center of the storm is more than sixty miles north of tampa on florida's gulf coast side fishermen pj pike wrote out the storm farther south in fort myers never ever ever ever villiger of tropicalstorm force winds extend outward for hundreds of miles and national hurricane center specialist john cangelosi says residents need to remember the danger of heavy rain and flash flooding one of the most significant impact from here on out are likely to be the very heavy rain i will widespread areas of 10 to even up to fifteen inches of rain it possible across northern florida and georgia during the next couple of days many coastal areas in southern florida are reporting severe flooding and extensive damage from storm surges related to the hurricane anne pierce kirk ziegler reports in the miami area thousands of evacuees hope to return home today too assess damage hurricane hurmuz mandatory evacuation orders affected more than six million fleurian's here in miami evacuee carlos rodriguez had a few neighbors sent him videos of his street were trees were down and roofs were damaged really a my worry says is the aftermath right now we're going we've passed the danger zone in the aftermath of food the water the gas the people worry on patient rodriguez is hoping to get into day to his home south of downtown near the coast to assess damages kirk sigler npr news miami today marks the sixteenth anniversary of the september eleven th attacks from them for station wnyc anne marie for totally reports on how the occasion will be observed in new york this year family members of the victims of the two thousand one attacks and the 1993 attack on the world trade center have been invited to read the names of victims at a ceremony at the national campaign 11th memorial museum there will be six moments of silence to mark when the planes struck the towers and when each fell as well as the attacks on the pentagon and on flight.

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