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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Is it William CIA DOD or to learn more? That's why I am see a dad or Steve Dresner, w T o p Traffic and now the storm team for a meteorologist Lauren Rick, It's gonna be another cool day today. So saboteurs only rise into the low to mid fifties. Now we're going to continue to expect showers could be heavy time, especially through the morning and east of I 95 but they'll start to taper off and get a lot lighter as we head into the afternoon so little breezy this afternoon winds north at about 10 to 20 miles an hour now overnight. We're in the forties too. Right around fifties, we dry out and then tomorrow beautiful Lots of sunshine Temperatures low to mid The seventies were in the upper seventies, too. Right around 80 on Tuesday, partly sunny and we stay in the low eighties. On Wednesday. I'm storm team for meteorologists. Lauren Rickets right now. 50 degrees in Rockville. It is 46 Ashburn, 49 in district Heights at 10 21 brought to you by new Look home design. I know why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof deadly shooting in Florida, and scores are injured after shooters took aim at concertgoers. Reports say a banquet hall was being rented out for a concert. And three men pulled up in a white Nissan Pathfinder and then started shooting. The injured have been taken to hospitals and Broward and Miami Dade counties. One of them is in critical condition. Miami Dade police director Tweeting I am at the scene of another targeted and cowardly act of gun violence or over 20 victims were shot into have sadly died. These air, cold blooded murderers that shot indiscriminately into a crowd and we will seek justice. My deepest condolences to the family of the victims in the banquet hall is located in a show. Shopping center and highly of Florida. Police have not yet.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Your Freak open. 19 vaccine visit, vaccinate dot Virginia dot gov Call 877 Vaccine Be Hey, I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p traffic out a storm Team four meteorologist Lauren records occasional showers. They're going to continue today. And even when you're not seeing a rain, it's still cloudy. It's still cool, little breezy and times with winds out of the north and east, bringing some much cooler conditions to the area Temperatures only in the low to mid fifties. Today, we're in the forties overnight with some showers and we'll have some light showers around for tomorrow. Now again, not be raining all day, but we'll continue with some showers. Temperatures in the mid fifties but by memorial Day Beautiful temperatures in the low to mid seventies. Plenty of sunshine in the light wind upper seventies Partly sunny Tuesday. I'm storms before meteorologist Lauren Record right now, some moderate to a heavier showers moving over parts of southern Maryland. That's the ST Mary's counties. Calvert County parts of Charles County right now, seeing the heaviest of that the rest of us seeing some light showers pop up here and there throughout the region and take a look at the temperatures right now. 53 degrees and Rockville 52 degrees and district tights and 46 degrees in Ashburn right now it to 20. Wanted w T O p Brought to you by new look home design by now. Why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof? Woman was shot and killed in Prince George's County Friday evening. It happened it around eight on old Fort Road near Culture Lane, Prince George's County Police say they found the woman with gunshot wounds inside a home. She died at the scene. Detectives say they believe the shooting was targeted and that there is no threat to the community right now..

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Y M c. A visit Ryan c A. D c dot org's to learn more and reserve your child's fun this summer. I'm Rob Stallworth w T o p traffic and Let's get the latest on this ongoing reign from Storm Team Force. Lauren Rickets showers continuing to Paul's through the area right now, mainly east of the eye 81 corridor. But again we're Celsius shoot few showers back towards the I 81 quarter that is rain right now. Falling through the northern naked into southern Berlin. But listen, we're going to continue with some rain showers occasional at times when it's not raining, it's gonna be cool. Cloudy and breezy is temperatures fall through the low fifties, so again pretty chilly out there today. In fact, we're running right now, anywhere for about 15 to 25 degrees below where we were this time yesterday, and it's only gonna get cooler into the overnight with temperatures in the forties. We will continue to see some rain showers overnight in an occasional rain showers through the day. Tomorrow. Temperatures tomorrow going to be in the back in the mid fifties and then by Monday, looking a lot better low to mid seventies on Monday. We'll have some sunshine on Monday with light winds Tuesday a few more clouds around but still drying mid to upper seventies and then we head into the upper seventies and lower eighties by Wednesday or keeps and chances of rain around Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. So amateurs out there right now who 54 in Washington, Baltimore, 52, Gaithersburg and 50 degrees Quantico, 56. I do want to say that's pretty much where they're going to stay there. Romp a little bit every couple of hours. Who indeed? All right. Thank you. Lauren brought to you by new Look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof.

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02:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Give us a call here in the traffic center 866304. W t o p. That's 866304 98 67. I'm Rob Stallworth. W t o p. Traffic Storm Team Force moderator. It's gonna get a little hot today. It's going to be very warm today for sure, partly sunny skies a lot of thin high level clouds filtering the sunshine. That's it. But temperatures have been rising pretty quickly this morning, and the humidity is going to stay low. So even I was gonna be quite warm. It is gonna be comfortable high is gonna be in the upper seventies to the low eighties today. And an increasing cloudiness overnight. Tonight it'll be mild. Those will be in the mid fifties to near 60 and that warm for tomorrow but not quite as warm as today because it's going to be cloudy, but the humidity is going to be increasing. So it's gonna have feeling about the same Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms be arriving tomorrow afternoon highs in the low to mid seventies Tuesday, mostly cloudy back into the unseasonable worth that will be human too high to be in the low eighties. A few showers and scattered thunderstorms and Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a few showers and thunderstorms a strong cold, fertile move through during the day, so it will be breezy and a movie is warm and the humidity will be dropping later during the day highs will be the upper sixties so low seventies 72 degrees right now in Gaithersburg, 60 or 71 in Fredericksburg, and it's 64 at Washington. Reagan National Brought to you by new Look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. 10 21 tragedy struck in Charles County this weekend when a father and daughter drowned yesterday. It happened at around six P.m. at a bank yard pool party on Jefferson Lane and Waldorf. Charles County Sheriff's Office says it all started when a seven year old little girl fell into the pool and her 45 year old father then jumped in to save her. But he was unable to swim. A 17 year old boy also left in but was unable to help the little girl or her dad. PMS, Workers rescued all three from the bottom of the pool and performed CPR. They were taken to the hospital where the father and daughter died. The teenagers condition is unknown. Luke Luke ERT w T o P news at four area restaurants, you can now help people pay their water bills During your visit through May, 8th customers can dine and donate using a Q R code displayed on the participating restaurants, table toppers and coasters. Donations.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Specials available only on weekends. And on Lee at silver diner dot com. Rick McClure, the Blue T o P. Traffic, Rick, Thank you. We are watching another batch of nasty weather. Let's get the latest now from NBC for Samara, Theodore. Good evening. Good evening. Yeah, you know this system, it Z right now to our south and it could materialize. Some rain in our area south and east of I 95 North and West. We could be in for some light freezing rain. Now there's not a ton in the way of precipitation. So it's not looking like yesterday. But we have a winter weather advisory because anything that does fall will form a glaze. Tomorrow highs in the mid to upper thirties and then tomorrow night. That's when we'll see some heavier stuff moved through. We could be looking at more freezing rain Monday night into Tuesday. By Tuesday, the rain tapers off throughout the day with high is expected to be in the low to mid forties. Wednesday. Mix of sun and clouds meant upper thirties Thursday, tracking another winter storm that has the potential to bring some snow freezing rain a bit of a wintry mix and then plain rain by Thursday afternoon. Temperatures on Wednesday mid to upper thirties Thursday around 40 37 right now in D. C. 34 in Gaithersburg and 37 in Frederick, Maryland. Tomorrow. Thank you very much. It's 34 degrees outside our studios brought to you by new look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen to look to do their roof. It's a 21 elementary school students choosing two days a week in person classes will be back in the Loudon County classes This Tuesday. Middle and high schoolers will come back on the third of March. But there's still a lot of work to done be done for all of you. Each day, a parent will have to fill out.

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Be in the upper thirties to low forties. Store team four meteorologist Matt Better 34 degrees outside the glass enclosed nerve center and friendship Heights. Brought to you by new Look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It's 2 21, A man from Newport News has been arrested after a shooting and Fairfax County on Wednesday. County police have charged 20 year old Julin keen with the deadly shooting of Samuel own Yuka in only his hometown of rest in, police say both men attended South Lakes High School in Reston. Major Ed Oh, Carol says Keane left rested after the shooting and the car he was driving was later found in Newport News. First Homicide of the year. Perfects County And the arrest and apprehension of the accused was an example of the exceptional multijurisdictional and interagency team effort. Police in Newport News arrested keen late Friday night, Major Oh, Carol says he hopes Keane will be extradited to Fairfax County later this week. Keane is now charged with second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. Sheriff's deputy who was shot last month, is now out of the hospital and recovering at home. He got a big salute as he headed back to familiar surroundings. Loudon County Sheriff Mike Chapman says hundreds turned out to offer well wishes to deputy first class Cameron Gentry on his road to recovery, so much community support and I think that really is a reflection on the way people feel about Deputy Gentry and other members of like a sheriff's office. Deputy Gentry was shot multiple times. Well, taking a man into custody at the Wal Mart at Dulles Crossing Plaza. January 2nd two loss prevention officers were also shot. Ah, go Fund me page for wounded Deputy Gentry has set a goal of $125,000. Dick Uliano w. T. O P News Elementary school students who chose two day a week in person instruction will be back in Loudon County classrooms on Tuesday. Middle and high schoolers can come back March 3rd, But there's a lot involved before kids can get through the doors stay, a parent will have to fill out a symptom checker online before sending their taking kids to school thermal cameras have been installed at the most used entrances of all schools. Those skin up to 45 people per second and identify anyone with a temperature over 100.4. Students with the temperature in any who developed symptoms during the day will be brought to a care room. Each school has a designated one separate from the health office, the care room and staffed by a full time.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Now to storm team for meteorologist Mike Standiford Ngeny once again that breaking news from the National Weather Service most the region under ice storm warning. Until 7 a.m. Sunday morning with the winter weather advisory in effect for the foreign northern suburbs, and what that means is that much of the area now could see I secretions of a quarter inch or more, and we're watching a big area of moisture around the Charlottesville area, and that is moving to the Northeast coming right toward the metro area. So it is I see now it may become even more I see over the next several hours, so for the staff in freezing rain will continue. That tries mixed with sleet and snow. Obviously it's icy now, and I think it may become even more icy, especially after sunset Tonight at 5 44. That temperature is the home of the twenties to lower thirties for the remainder of the afternoon. Tonight, freezing real paper after freezing drizzle, but that drizzle will continue from much of the night putting down maw rise along with some freezing fog. Carlos in the twenties to lower thirties, some freezing drizzle early on Sunday. Then we'll get above freezing, so we'll see. Some melting could be fuel light showers again by evening highs on Sunday 35 to 40 cloudy cold on Monday could be rain or a wintry mix by late the day highs. 35 to 40. Temperatures still at or below freezing camp Springs 29. Leesburg 28 is 28, Gaithersburg and Jenny. We have a temperature of 30 with some sleep at Reagan National. Thank you, Mike it to 21 30 degrees outside our studios brought to you by new Look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof now to 22. CBS News.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It's a 22. A scholarship program with a purpose has been launched in Maryland, and it kind of is self serving. The plan is to put high quality training programs within reach of Prince George's County residents from under represented backgrounds, David said. Finn is chief strategy officer for two. You ink, he says. This will provide the opportunity for attending boot camps that provide the skills that employers want. Among the fastest growing jobs are the Is that requires some level of tech skills even in the face of covert to you has partnered with the Workforce Development Group employed Prince George's tow launch the scholarship program with local universities like George Washington, Sandy Coz L W T O P News and Prince George's County residents can apply for access to education scholarships through the end of the year. Well, this seems to be a covert curiosity people getting the virus even though they stay at home. People tend to let their guard down when they're around loved ones. Alexandria Health departments, Natalie Tallis says That may be why almost a third of positive cases think they may have been exposed at home. So anyone who feels like something's not quite right, even if they're not fully sick needs to steer clear of other household members because they could infect them before the virus fully shows itself. The gold standard would be that you could in your own bedroom with your own bathroom and be separate and away from others, if that's not right. Ballistic the person not feeling well should isolate within the house, where a mask and wipe down any surfaces they touch, especially bathrooms or shared surfaces, not sharing utensils, laundry things like that. Michelle Morello w T o P..

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02:59 min | 2 years ago

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"30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. W T O P NOW at 10 21 CBS News Special Report, Members of the Supreme Court paid tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Chief Justice John Roberts. Among the words that best describe Ruth. Tough, brave a fighter a winner. It. Also thoughtful, careful. I'm passionate, honest. Ginsberg's friends and family took part in a private ceremony. Inside the Supreme Court's Great Hall shall lie in repose at the top of the front steps of the Supreme Court for a public viewing. Now to her replacement. Here's our Ben Tracey. Amy, coming Bharat to our knowledge is the only candidate who has actually met with the president face to face. She is considered the front runner. She's 48 years old. She's an appeals court justice. She's a favorite of conservatives because she's Catholic, and he's very strong anti abortion views, and she's also apparently a favorite of Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell. She was also vetted by the White House just a couple of years ago, when Anthony Kennedy seat came open CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. It's 10 22 Now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry visit my eye doctor dot com, A major U. S pharmaceutical company has started the final stage of testing for another Corona virus vaccine. The Johnson and Johnson trials will be the largest with plans to enroll 60,000 participants. The experimental vaccine may also have several advantages. It does not need to be stored in sub zero temps, and it may just require one dose instead of two. If all goes as planned, Johnson and Johnson may be able to determine if the vaccine is safe and effective by the end of the year. Maria Garcia CBS News Prince George's County is expanding some covert 19 restrictions, banquet halls, reception and meeting rooms in hotels and conference centers can now open at 50% capacity or a maximum of 150 people. Cigar, hookah and Vape establishments may open for retail sales, indoor pools, both public and private, may open up to 50% maximum capacity. Youth sports defined as medium risk such a soccer baseball in the cross. They can now resume in small groups, no more than 19 members and one coach and for childcare facilities, parents, you're no longer allowed to enter those establishments for drop off or pickup. Listening to this. Finland is sent to launch a pilot program it involved Corona virus sniffing dogs at the Helsinki airport. The voluntary canine tests will deliver results within 10 seconds and require less than a minute of travelers time. The Washington Post reporting. The U. S and the United Arab Emirates are also studying canine Corona virus testing, but the Finnish trial is among the largest and farthest along right now. Coming up next for you in money news. What's it cost to upgrade to a bigger apartment around here? I'm Jeff Global, 10 24. This is Jim Richburg of.

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02:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It's a 21 if you are planning on voting by mail, Maryland leaders say, Return your vote by mail application. Early after being contacted by the U. S. Postal Service about its quote operational capabilities for the November 3rd general election. Maryland State Board of Elections officials say they're working to make sure that voters have time to mail in their ballot applications and completed ballots. One of the things the boar did. It moved up the deadline for you to get your ballot application and do it by October 20th. Of course, you don't have to wait. You can request that ballot application now and elections officials remind you completed ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day, November 3rd Kate Ryan w. T. O P News in Virginia. The deadline to request a ballot by mail is October 20 3rd D C is mailing eligible voters a ballot. There's a chance Langley Park and Prince George's County will miss out on millions of dollars of funding. Immigrant advocates say That's because some members of the Latino community there are deciding not to participate in the U. S census, especially undocumented immigrants. They're concerned about legal status. That if they do this senses as they might get deported That's Rosie Flores, a census promoter for Casa Maryland. Speaking to our news partners at NBC, four days before US Census takers began knocking on the doors Tuesday, Census Bureau director Stephen Dealing Ham issued a statement that field data collection would end by September 30th 4 weeks earlier than previously announced. A new report finds. Maryland has the second worst traffic congestion in the country, and with fewer drivers on the roads, lower gas and toll revenues. The state's hoping Congress steps in to renew the funding for the kind of highway projects designed to help fix the problem. Maryland with 82% of its urban interstates, congested has the second highest year across the country and Rocky Moretti with the national Transportation Nonprofit. Tripp says 5% of the pavement in the free state is in poor condition. With travel down Duke over 19 state highways have lost $16 billion in revenues in 2020. This as the federal surface transportation program is set to expire in September are impact initially was a reduction in about $500 billion in revenue in fiscal year 20. You feel that on our system,.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new luck to do their roof, 10 23 and Virginia House Democrats are planning to use an upcoming special legislative session. To vote on the measure that would require businesses to provide paid sick leave. The Democratic majority has unveiled its agenda for the special session. It'll start next week. That session was initially supposed to focus on adjusting the state's budget during the Corona virus pandemic, but has grown to include other issues. A proposal for paid sick leave tops their list after it failed earlier last year. Well for weeks, local leaders here and around the country have been voting to take down Confederate statues. But that won't be the case in one Maryland County, where the county Council voted to keep the Confederate monument right where it is in the hands of the community. Not our hands. This should be something that should be voted on. That's the reason, Talbot County Council member Chuck Callahan told the council. He voted against a resolution to remove the Talbot boy statue that honors Confederate soldiers, Democratic Council member Peter Leisure says allowing it to stand I'm afraid, sadly speak of who we are now as a county And the extent to which we have not yet changed Albert County and CP leader Richard Potter. He's push for the statute removal and says after the three to vote against it. We will continue to rally in protest until he says. The statue comes down Mike Murillo. W T o P News We'll still to come here in money news. The market was just a little lower Maryland companies UK Vaccine Deal I'm Jeff Global, and he's next..

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. 2 21 Here on double D T o P And this just in to the W T o P newsroom. Virginia governor Ralph Northam, speaking right now says there's a concerning rise in Corona virus cases in the Hampton Roads area, and he's now issuing an executive order. And public health emergency in that area. It'll begin midnight Thursday night, and it effectively closes all the bars in the Hampton Roads area. All restaurants must close at midnight. Indoor dining will be reduced to 50% capacity in public and private social gatherings of more than 50 people is banned again. This is an executive order for the Hampton Roads area. However, in northern Virginia, the news from the governor's more positive cases have dropped there. By 2/3 since the peak in late May. It's happened because people are doing the right thing. And following the guidelines, now governor North from also says he nursing homes in the Commonwealth. Things have turned around weeks ago. Nursing homes accounted for about Ah, third of Virginia's virus cases. But now just 1% of the cases are in nursing homes, and this is an ongoing briefing. We'll have more details coming up soon here on Double GOP. Now we continue to monitor the Corona virus situation in Major League baseball. Now that form or Miami Marlins players and coaches have tested positive. That brings the total number on the team to 17. Doctor Anthony Foulke isn't willing just yet to call for canceling the season, but he's watching closely, but you just have to watch this. This could put it in danger. I don't believe they need to stop. But we just need to follow this and see what happens with other teams on a day by day basis of government's top infectious disease experts spoke on ABC is Good Morning America, the Marlins Orioles game in the Yankees Phillies game or postpone tonight. The outbreak has lead to questions about the viability of the rest of the 2020 season. Warren Sports Coming up to 45 here on double D T o P. The Corona virus pandemic is called attention to many health issues, among them patient and healthcare worker safety. On a retired anesthesiologist is combining walking and baseball to.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

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"Why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof 10 23. Now. An additional $30,000 reward is now being offered in the case of Devon McNeil, the 11 year old boy killed in southeast on July 4th. Now that brings the total reward for information leading to an arrest or conviction to $55,000 to men are under arrest in the case, But police are looking for additional suspects. They're identified his 19 year old Carlo general and 25 year old Marcel Gordon, both of Southeast D. C. D. C. Police asking anyone with information about this case to call them. The D. C board of Ed passed a resolution this week urging city leaders to remove school resource officers. It's a non binding resolution, but comments from the one dissenting board member seem to be having a strong impact. Ashley McLane is a strong supporter of the D. C. Police department and the school Resource officer program. Sarah's lead to improved police call response and reductions in trying city. But when she cited examples of why she believes as sorrows are needed, her colleagues accused her of using races. Stand dehumanizing language, and it's well known that mean at least one school east of the river that known gang members and human traffickers. A k A Pimps hang out during school. Nama Clay's colleagues on the D C school board tell D C'est They want to change the boards by laws, so they consent. You're someone for using language viewed as problematic or racist. John Dome and W T O P News coming up Next Wall Street is a little lower. I'm Jeff Play ball. Seats 10 24. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should to University of Maryland Global campus was made to serve the military and working adults like you. And for more than 20 years you NGC.

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03:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do the roof to 21 here on W. T o p a new this hour. Virginia is seeing an uptick in Corona virus cases, particularly in the Commonwealth Eastern region, and governor Ralph Northam is detailing the situation during a briefing that's still underway. A large portion of the increase in cases that we're seeing in our state numbers are coming. From the Tidewater region. E percent positivity here is 10.1%. And it's been rising for a number of days. There's clearly suspect substantial community spread. A lot of that increases driven by people socializing without wearing masks. Especially young people, Northam says statewide. Overall, the rate of positive tests has moved up from 5.9% to 6.8%. While Northern Virginia has most of the Commonwealth's population, it's cases are dramatically down. They're positivity right? 6.7%. We'll have more from Virginia's governor. Later as we go through the day, updating a story we've been following for you this afternoon to inmates from a Virginia Juvenile correction center in Chesterfield County are still on the loose after they overpowered a security officer and escaped. Authorities say there ran through a hole that was cut in security fencing at the Bon Aire Juvenile Correctional Center before disappearing in a vehicle that appear to be waiting for him now still at large, 20 year old Jabbar Taylor from sponsor Vania County had been convicted of second degree murder an 18 year old Rashad Williams of D. C. He was serving time for malicious wounding and robbery. Both were due to be transferred to an adult prison when they turned 21. It's the first jailbreak from the Chesterfield facility in 20 years. AH, founder and former leader of a neo Nazi group has pleaded guilty to conspiring to place hoax phone calls targeting an African American church, a cabinet official and others. John Denton of Montgomery Taxes spaces up to five years in prison. After today's guilty plea in Alexandria federal court, prosecutors say Denton was the leader of a group called Adam Waffen Division is targets in 2018 and 19 included the Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, along with then Secretary of Homeland Security Kirsten Nielsen. Death and also placed swatting calls targeting news outlet Propublica, which had identified Denton as an Adam Waffen leader. New information this afternoon on the case against the Fairfax County police officer who used a stun gun on a man he mistakenly thought he recognized Now the Fairfax County Fraternal Order of Police says the county police chief has lost the confidence of its members. He should resign. F o P Large 77 says Chief Ed Rosler has not been fair in the way he handled a white police officer who's facing three assault and battery charges for using his stun gun on a black man. June 5th Chief Ostler says Officer Tyler Timberlake violated use of force policies and a spokesman for the Fairfax County Police Department. Says the chief is committed to leading the department. But the F O P says the chief rush to judgment, demonized the officer and jeopardized his right to a fair trial. The F O. P is asking for the chief's immediate resignation. Dick Uliano w T o p News Next in money news now is moving higher. A fundraising cookbook from Top D C chefs. I'm Jeff Global. 2 24 Get ready. Get set Sold. This is Dave Johnson. And if you want to sell.

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It is to 21 now A pedestrian is dead following a crash yesterday afternoon in Temple Hills police. A 34 year old Rosario Sanchez of Hyattsville was killed when a pickup truck left the roadway and went on to the sidewalk. A second pedestrian. Another adult female, was rushed to the hospital with critical injuries. A driver, whose car was hit by the pickup suffered non life threatening injuries but was taken to the hospital. Police are still investigating why that pickup truck left the road. Students, teachers and now some 2000 alumni. You're joining the call for a name change at Washington and Lee University. The Washington Post says they object to the glorification of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, the school's president, has called for a special meeting of the faculty next week. They'll consider emotion to changing the name. It's a historic time in Richmond as the city works to remove its Confederate statues, but tearing all of them down isn't cheap. There are 11 statues in removing all of them is expected to cost Richmond nearly $2 million. That's where Shannon Hartson comes in. He's a real estate agent in Richmond has launched an online fundraising effort, hoping to generate money and help the city pay to take those statues down. He says tax dollars should go elsewhere that we strongly supports from moving. The statues were going to have been the capital of the Confederacy. That's piece of history, but we don't really want to continue to be the capital of the Confederacy. So far, they're just four days of fundraising. He's generated more than $10,000. Nick I Nelly w T o p News. As Americans head into the July 4th weekend, Surgeon General Jerome Adams is making a plea. Adam says he can't tell people whether they should or shouldn't avoid barbecues or the beach. But if they do venture into a crowd, please where a face covering telling NBC's Today show it's vital to stopping a further virus spread amid spikes across the nation, including in Texas the best way that we can both Remain open for business, while also containing the spread of Kobe, 19 is through the strategy of requiring mask. It's a dramatic shift for governor Greg Abbott, who until yesterday had argued against mandating masks. While Adam says everybody should wear them. He worries forcing that might backfire, especially among younger Americans. Many of them will rebel and do the exact opposite soccer Megane Washington. Some good news when it comes to covert 19 symptoms. A new study in Italy shows the loss of smell or taste that some patients experience typically returns within a month. For most Although some can struggle with the changes for longer. Of the 113 adults with those symptoms, almost half said they had completely resolved a month after onset and 40% say they were less severe four weeks later. Doctor still aren't sure why some people lose their smell for longer. Coming up in money news. Student loan rates just got cheaper. I'm Jeff Play ball. It's 2 24 I was ashamed to smile. My missing.

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"30,000 homeowners" Discussed on WTOP

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"30,000 homeowners" Discussed on WTOP

"30,000 homeowners choosing new look to do their roof. It's a 20 will sports returned to campus of the University of Maryland, this fall University's new president outlines what he thinks it could look like members of the Big 10 Conference or working out what college athletics would look like in the fall. University of Maryland president Darryl Pine says. If they get the green light, he'd expect stadium attendants to be it reduced capacity. Precisely When will decisions be made? My guesstimate would be next 3 to 4 weeks. Obviously, it's you know, it's getting close where there'll be. We're going to the next phase of engagement for all student athletes, but I'm sure of being consultation. With other conferences out out there, and Pine said, while some colleges and universities eliminated sports from their programs because of covert 19 he has no intention of doing that. Kate Ryan w. T. O P News knew this evening, Maryland's Health Department telling healthcare providers to order a Corona virus test for anyone who wants one, even if they don't have symptoms. Governor Larry Hogan, announcing that order yesterday is part of the state's new efforts to expand testing. While Maryland does have free testing locations that don't require symptoms or a doctor's order, there are still some testing sites that do Maryland's health officials are encouraging test for anyone who works in close contact settings and anyone who has returned from out of state travel. We don't have any estimates for you tonight on how big the crowds could be Saturday down on the National Mall, But if you choose to venture.

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

"30,000 homeowners" Discussed on WTOP

"Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It's 10 22 in Maryland's controller was prepared to block proposed budget cuts. As the board of Public Works is sitting down to deal with some of its hard choices. Governor Larry Hogan has made it clear the Corona virus pandemic is hitting state revenues hard. He's outlined in more than $1.4 billion in proposed cuts for the Board of Public Works meeting. He's laid out cuts of $672 million but Comptroller Peter Franchot and Treasure Nancy Cop both of whom sit on the board with Hogan have already indicated they will vote to block some of those cuts. Franchot was made public his plan to head off the elimination Of state employee pay raises and cuts to several school initiatives. Maryland will get a clearer look at how bad the revenue picture is. After the July 15th tax filing deadline. Kate Ryan W T. Oki News There is still no consensus on how to hold the November election in Maryland. A five member state elections board met virtually last night with the three Republican members wanting all voters to be sent applications for mail in ballots while still offering extensive in person sites. They say that'll cut down on possible voter fraud. But the two Democratic members favor holding another mostly male in election with every voter receiving an absentee ballot. And including early voting. The discrepancy means the board will issue a report to the governor later this week. That makes no recommendation. The governor makes the final decision. President Trump is falling further behind Joe Biden in the race for the White House, according to a new Yusa Today. Suffolk poll. Opposition to President Trump is the biggest factor propelling support for Joe Biden, including among those who are lukewarm to the presumptive Democratic nominee. Biden leads Trump by 12% points, 53 to 41%. But Mr Trump continues to hold a significant edge when it comes to enthusiasm among his supporters, which is an important factor in turning out voters. A poll of 1000 registered voters has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1% points. Well, coming up here on W T o p Wall Street moves a little higher. Employers are starting to push back those backto office plans. I'm Jeff label, and Jeff is next 10 24. Your home is your castle, Your refuge,.

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