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"P s Dick Uliano is on scene. The crash happened around 3 20 in the afternoon when the bus on the Prince George's Plaza route traveling west on Riggs Road crashed into the wall at First Street northeast. Binyam Johannes lives a few doors away and heard the crash. I just heard like some kind of like a bumping type of sound. And then I just heard sirens like maybe a minute or two later, so I didn't think much of it. Then I looked out. The window is like a whole bunch of cops and people are just sitting on the sidewalk. It was crazy 12. People went to the hospital, two in critical condition, three seriously hurt and seven with non serious injuries. One person settled for treatment at the scene. It's not known what caused what appeared to be the single bus crash D C. Police are investigating in Northeast Dick Uliano w T O P news and arresting the killing of a Naval Academy Midshipman's mother, the Houston woman who was hit by a stray bullet last month outside of Annapolis hotel. She was in the Maryland capital to see off her son, who Beginning his first year at the Academy. 29 year old Angelo Harada of Annapolis has been charged with the killing of 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston. She was sitting on the patio of the hotel on West Street on June 29th when she was struck by a stray bullet. Annapolis police chief Ed Jackson. What should have been just a fantastic celebratory time for their family just turned for the worst due to somebody else's recklessness. Harada been on home detention since May 3rd on unrelated charges. Edward said he cut off his ankle bracelet was on the run. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant on June 29th Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley. This was a senseless tragedy. Valerie Bunk w T. O P news murder charges now filed against the Baltimore police officer in the death of his stepson whose body was found hidden in his home more from W. T. O P S, Michelle Marila, 1st and 2nd degree murder as well as first degree child abuse resulting in death. Justin Mulcahy with the Anna Randall Police Department says those charges against Eric Banks Jr are in response..
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"Eager for the community to keep doing the work that it needs to do, because this is bigger than statues. Then it was onto the Jackson statue two blocks away for its removal. Snapping pictures with his cell phone camera. Joseph Jones of Charlottesville was taking it all in. I'm so happy. I really can't explain it, and I'm very excited to show my grandkids in Charlottesville, Dick Uliano w. T o P News. The removal of Confederate statues from public display in Charlottesville is historic. So what does it mean for the community? Just a huge sigh of relief that many locals Are are greeting the removals with Michael Signal was mayor of Charlottesville during the deadly Unite the right rally demonstrations in 2017, he says. It's ironic that what led to the statues being removed was the new law resulting from the state legislature changing hands because of a Sweeping rejection of of conservative neo Confederate ideologues in the elections in 2017 that followed the attacks in Charlottesville in northern Virginia. Chris seeking W. T O P knows the reward for information in the killing of a U. S. Naval Academy Midshipman's mother now stands at $57,000. W B A L REPORTS Annapolis Police chief Ed Jackson announced Friday that several anonymous alumni from the Naval Academy partnered with the Police Departments Foundation to add $25,000 to the reward. Michelle Cummings was shot and killed by a stray bullet while sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel. She and her husband were in town from Houston for their sons induction ceremony, five of Virginia's eight mental hospitals for adults have temporarily stopped accepting new patients, the state says. Despite its aggressive recruiting and retention strategies, the hospitals continue to lose staff at the same time that admissions continued to rise. The halt to admissions will allow the hospitals to reduce the number of patients through attrition until they can hire more employees. The hospitals have been accelerating their efforts to Discharged patients who are ready to leave. But there's a shortage of community programs and services to accept them. Christopher Cruz w T O P NEW A spokesman for Governor Ralph Northam says the governor will use federal coronavirus relief funds to increase salaries at the hospitals so they can hire critical workers and ensure the well being of patients. DC, saw its 1/100 homicide this weekend after a Maryland man was shot dead Friday. The shooting happened just before 11 P.m. Friday on 41st Street southeast near the D. C. Maryland border. D C. Police say they found the 45 year old Willie Parker, dead with gunshot wounds to other victims were also hurt, but are expected to survive. Last year. The district reached the 100 homicide mark on July 12th in two. 1019 in 2018. It came in August. A $25,000 reward is available for anyone with information that leads to the arrest and conviction in Parker's killing. It's 207. Least one home sold every day..
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"Onto the Jackson statue two blocks away for its removal. Snapping pictures with his cell phone camera. Joseph Jones of Charlottesville was taking it all in. I'm so happy. I really can't explain it, and I'm very excited to show my grandkids in Charlottesville, Dick Uliano w T o P. News. The removal of Confederate statues from public display is historic. So what's it mean for the Charlottesville community? Just a huge sigh of relief that many locals are greeting The removals with Michael Signal was mayor of Charlottesville during the deadly Unite the right rally demonstrations in 2017, he says, it's ironic that what led to the statues being removed was a new law resulting from the state Legislature changing hands because of a Sweeping rejection of of conservative neo Confederate ideologues in the elections in 2017 that followed the attacks in Charlottesville in northern Virginia. Kristi King w T o P News the reward for information in the killing of a U. S. Naval Academy midshipman Mother now stands at $57,000. W. B. A L reports Annapolis police chief Ed Jackson announced on Friday. Several anonymous alumni from the Naval Academy partnered with the police. Departments Foundation to add $25,000 to the reward Total. Michelle Cummings was shot and killed by a stray bullet while sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel. She and her husband were in town from Houston for their sons induction ceremony, The police chief said he hopes the additional money will make someone do the right thing and come forward. Every year. The National Association of Counties holds its conference This year. It's in Prince George's County. The conference is being held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Nicholls Communication director Paul You care. It's fitting that this is a boom for the Prince George's County economy. It's fitting that this is a boom for the Gaylord here, he says. What usually would take three years to put together came together in just three months. This year, Nicole leadership had decided that we've reached the point where we could meet in person during the Conference County. Leaders come together to discuss a wide range of issues such as politics, cybersecurity or economics. But this year, one of the main things is Covid 19 Recovery and Co. It is probably the biggest issue facing Kennedy's right now. Another thing during the conference will be infrastructure, including Brian Bound to James W. T o P News. A new House committee investigating the January six capital Insurrection is expected to hear first from police officers who responded to the attack and custodial staff who cleaned up afterward. This is, according to Mississippi representative Bennie Thompson, the chairman of the new Select panel, which will hold its first hearing this month. Thompson says the committee hopes to set the tone of the investigation by hearing from those first responders, many of whom were brutally beaten and verbally assaulted by former President Donald Trump supporters as they broke it. Into the capital. Thompson has not said whether the panel will call Trump to testify but said, I don't think anyone is off limits coming up after traffic and weather more reaction to the removal of those Confederate statues from the side of a deadly white nationalist rally in 2017, It's 10 07. Your.
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"P new mother. Removal of those Confederate statues today from public display in Charlottesville is historic. We have reaction now from city leaders of the statues gone, Somebody just put a tweet up that said free. Like free and clean error, And I think that's that's emerged that the city will be feeling about them. And those parks that they ran. Michael Signature was mayor of Charlottesville during deadly protests in 2017. What was astonishing, then was how the statues Came to be the the central hub for today's violent white nationalism. Signal police Charlottesville foreshadowed an era culminating with the attack on the U. S. Capitol that included insurrectionists bearing Confederate battle flags in Northern Virginia. Chris seeking W. T O P. News authorities in Maryland say that a reward of $57,000 is now being offered for information leading to an arrest in the killing of a U. S. Naval Academy Midshipman's mother W B A L reporting. Annapolis Police chief Ed Jackson increased the reward Friday. Several anonymous alumni from the Naval Academy have partnered with the police department to up the reward. 57 year old Michelle Cummings was fatally struck by a stray bullet while sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel. She and her husband were in town from Houston, Texas, for their sons induction ceremony. The police chief says he hopes the additional money will make someone quote, do the right thing and come forward. A new House committee investigating the January six capital Insurrection is expected to hold its first public hearing with police officers who responded to the attack and custodial staff who cleaned up afterwards. That's according to Mississippi representative Bennie Thompson, the chairman of the new select panel, Thompson says the committee hopes to set the tone of the investigation by hearing from those first responders, many of whom were brutally beaten and verbally assaulted by former President Donald Trump supporters as they broke into the capital. Thompson hasn't said whether the panel will call the president, the former president to testify, but said, I don't think anyone is off limits. The National Association of Counties or Narco, is holding its annual conference in person after missing out last year. Typically, the conference would take three years to put together but this one was planned in about three months. Communications director of Neko Paul you Gear says Not too long ago, Neko leadership realized they could have an in person conference. Every year. The conference is held in a different county across the country. But this year, Nico's executive director reached out to the Prince George's County executive and decided together that we could do this, and this was the place to do it. And it's being held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, which you care says is a boost for the county's economy. This is a boom for the Gaylord here. Casey James. W T. O P new coming up after trafficking Whether we've got much more this evening on the statues coming down in Charlottesville will talk to a City Council member who changed his Line about removing them. 907 Now in Washington. McGregor versus Poor EA three is all set for UFC to 64 Draftkings Sports book. The official Sports Betting partner of UFC has a knockout offer for this weekend's fight. Draftkings is offering 264 to 1 odds on a knockout in the first round during Saturday's main event. If the rubber match ends in a first round knockout, you walk away with cash. That's right, but $1 on McGregor report create a win by first round knockout. You win $264!.
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"Good evening. I'm Dimitri Sodas for the top local stories. We're following this hour. Tropical Storm. Elsa is hitting parts of our area tonight. Let's get the latest live from storm team for Steve Prince Valley. Good evening, Dimitri. We are watching as this storm continues to rocket to the north and eastward. Tropical Storm Elsa moving across eastern Virginia, but the rain bands spreading in across southern Maryland and the gusty winds. I'm watching reports come in of 41 hour gusts in and across southern Maryland, for instance, Point lookout as well as the protects it. River Naval Air Station there already have reported 40 Mile an hour wind gusts that's tropical storm force that could down trees and power lines Plus and Heavy rain King George County Weeden Ville, for instance, over toward dense Ville and the Bel Alton area into Charles County cavern in ST Mary's County, getting pounded right now, with the heaviest rainfall. That's where the actors the flash flood threat. Also the tornado watch that goes out until 11 o'clock there for those two counties, and we also have the tropical storm warnings as well. I'll let you know when this storm moves out of here, as well as the weekend outlook, which looks brighter a little bit cooler anyway for one of those days, although The owner of a Chesapeake Bay front cottage who is already dealing with serious beach erosion is hoping tonight's storm goes away quickly and easily. The cottages in Calvert County W. T. O P S Michelle Bash checked it out. Well, it's really beautiful here and we love living here. Betsy Ross and her husband live in the tiny neighborhood of kneeled estate. She says They lost about four ft. Of their backyard to the waves last year, foot by foot by foot. I'm losing my beach roses. I used to have seven. I now have three. They just fell into the bay and were carried away while they work to figure out a permanent solution. They've installed one ton sandbags to protect their backyard. We're hoping this storm leaves them be in Calvert County, Michelle Bash. W T O P News. Stay with your weather alert Station all night here for the latest tropical storm wholesome new tonight as well. The husband of the woman recently killed outside in Annapolis Hotel is speaking out. In a statement. Leonard coming said what was supposed to be one of the best moments in his life became the worst moment he's have her experienced. Michelle Cummings was hit by a stray bullet while she and her husband dropped off her son at the Naval Academy ahead of his freshman year. Multiple.
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"To weather related to Elsa notes, that's weather permitting. But once the work begins, the fencing could be taken down in about three days. D c delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has been pressing for the fencing to come down for months. Noting that the grounds are like a park visitors and people who live nearby fencing has already had perhaps a greater effect on the residents of the District of Columbia than anyone else. If a credible threat arises, the temporary fencing could go up again, something many lawmakers hope will never have to happen on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News 905 new tonight, the husband of the woman recently killed outside and Annapolis hotels, speaking out in a statement, Leonard coming says What happened? What was supposed to be one of the best moments in his life became the worst moment he's ever experienced. Michelle Jordan, Cummings was hit by a stray bullets while she and her husband dropped off their son at the US Naval Academy ahead of his freshman year. Multiple memorial services are planned for Cummings in Houston and Baton Rouge. The sanity trial is also taking place in Annapolis. For the Capitalgazette gunman. The defense must prove he meets both prongs of a Maryland law to be found not criminally responsible for killing five people and today psychologist told jurors why that is the case. More from W. T O P S Megan Clarity Sitting in a green jumpsuit, Jared Ramos listened attentively as psychologist Dr Dorothy now, Lewis explained. His diagnosed delusional disorder, OCD, D, and autism would contribute to his inability to be held criminally responsible for killing five people inside the Capitalgazette newsroom. She says Ramos is not remorseful for the shooting. Not only did she testify he does not understand the criminality of what he did, but he can't conform his behavior to the rule of law. She says. Ramos has never had a relationship and cannot grasp the enormity of his crime. Lewis testified. The last tied to quote a living breathing thing was his cat Tiger, whom he called his for wife. Lewis says he waited for the cat to die of cancer before attacking the newsroom. In Annapolis. Megan Cloherty. W T. O P. News of e t O P reporters are at the courthouse in Annapolis Stay with w T o P and w t o p dot com for frequent updates throughout the trial still become president Biden.
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"M A L NEWS at 8 30. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews are breaking news this morning. It's worse than slow. Go. It's no go on the Beltway in Montgomery County. Here's the least debating a one hour ride on the outer loop from New Hampshire Avenue to Rockville Pike and the Beltway's closed. We'll have details at 8 30. 85 federal agencies investigating this week's shooting death of the mother of an incoming mid shipment outside in Annapolis hotel of posted a $20,000 reward for the capture of those responsible. 57 year old Michelle Cummings was killed by a stray bullet hours before her son, Leonard was to be inducted into the Naval Academy. Donald Trump's financial right hand man has surrendered with authorities in New York City, Longtime Trump Organization chief financial officer Alan Weiss Alberg faces charges along with the Trump Organization itself. Which are expected to be made public later today, Prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney's office are expected to announce the first criminal indictment in the two year investigation into former President Trump's business practices. There is no indication that the former president will be charged at this stage of the investigation, which is being pursued by the D A, as well as by the New York state attorney general. Why Silberg came under scrutiny for his son's use of Trump apartment at little or no cost. In New York City. Tanya J. Powers Fox News We welcome in July with the new fiscal year for most states in a flurry of new laws across the region in Virginia, the headliner is legal marijuana. You can have it, You can grow it, but you can't buy it yet. The state is also officially abolished the death penalty and given people convicted of crimes the right to be sentenced by a judge rather than a jury in Maryland. The state song with its Confederate leanings has been abolished. As of today, and wrongly convicted persons now have the right to speak. Compensation in D. C. The minimum wage is gone from 15 to $15.20 an hour checking your money. The Dow futures up 75 points. The NASDAQ futures down 12 in sports sponsored by Juniper Networks trade, Turner gets a cycle and that leads the nationals over the raised 15 to 6. They also sweep the two game series. The Orioles beat the Astros 5 to 2 up Next traffic and weather is O'Connor and company continues on 105.9 FM double Um, a L Thanks for calling.
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"This about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, they demonstrated that they were impervious to the court of public opinion, which, frankly, the lower courts were not. Cosby later called into local Philadelphia radio station WDS FM, where he Said the audience needed clarity. They need guidance because this is not just a black thing, according to Cosby, saying, quote this is for all the people who have been imprisoned, wrongly, regardless of race, color, Creed because I met them in their people who talked about what happened and what they did, and I know there are many liars out there. Cosby's former co star on the Cosby Show reacts to the news tonight. Phylicia Rashad, who was recently appointed as dean of Howard University's newly reestablished College of Fine Arts tweeted. Finally a terrible wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She later tweeted the following. I fully support survivors of sexual assault coming forward. My post was in no way intended to be insensitive to their truth. Personally, I know from friends and family that such abuse has lifelong residual effects and Felisha was shot writes. My heartfelt wish is for healing and update this evening on the stunning case of a woman shot and killed by sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel early Tuesday, she was Mom of a Naval Academy midshipman who was just starting his first year, Annapolis, police say 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston was hit by stray bullets and the reward for information in the case has been boosted to $22,000 police chief Ed Jackson says. If you heard or saw anything, please don't sit on that information. Even if you think it's it's small, but maybe small to you. Maybe Piece of the puzzle that we need. A friend has launched an online fundraiser to help pay Cummings funeral expenses. Veranda Phillips, who was also a midshipman's mom calls Cummings the ultimate mother, Michelle bash. W T. O P News ahead.
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"Was shot and killed. By a stray bullet. In a drive back. Well if this was in south side of Chicago You'd expect this. But it's not This one's going to hurt your heart. Worse than the rest. Michelle Cummings was 57 years old. She and her husband were in Annapolis, Maryland. They were dropping off their son. Leonard Cummings, the third Who was a football star here just north of Houston in Westfield High School in the spring, I SD school district. He had signed with Navy to play football and then serve his country. They were staying at the graduate Annapolis hotel right next to The Naval Academy. He and two of his buddies had signed on with Navy is going to play football Service country. What a future What a career the American dream. His mom and dad are there. They're proud. They're sitting out on the Balcony. Probably soaking up the Can You believe this? Hon? Honey, our son is going to the Naval Academy. This is special. The story from K H o U Channel 11. Joyous occasion turns tragic when Houston mom is killed while dropping their son off at the Naval Academy in Maryland, where he had signed to play football, Police said. Michelle Cummings was sitting on the patio outside our hotel in Annapolis with her husband when she was hit by several bullets. Investigators say it was a drive by shooting, and they don't think she was the intended target. In fact, they say, the gunfire they believed came from a few streets over So it turned out to be a celebratory occasion for the family celebrating their son going into one of the best institutions in the United States turned into a tragic event. The couple's son, Leonard Cummings played football at Westfield.
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"This about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, they demonstrated that they were impervious to the court of public opinion. Which, frankly, the lower courts were not. Now Cosby's former co star on The Cosby Show is reacting to the news. Phylicia Rashad, who was recently appointed dean of Howard University's College of Fine Arts, tweeted quote. Finally, a terrible wrong is being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected unquote, but she later tweeted this. She fully supported survivors of sexual assault coming forward. We'll have more on this coming up in just a few minutes on w T O P. It's 5 52. In other news, an update on this This afternoon, an update this afternoon on the stunning case of a woman shot and killed while sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel early Tuesday, she was the mom of a Naval Academy midshipman who was just starting his first year. Annapolis, police say 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston was hit by stray bullets and the reward for information in the case has been boosted to $22,000 police chief Ed Jackson says. If you heard or saw anything, please don't sit on that information. Even if you think it's It's small, but maybe small to you. Maybe the piece of the puzzle that we need. A friend has launched an online fundraiser to help pay Cummings funeral expenses. Veranda. Phillips, who was also a midshipman's mom calls Cummings the ultimate mother. Michelle Bash. W T. O P News Up Next in money news. United's New Dulles nonstop to Athens is a D. C first I'm Jeff played by 53. Hi. This is Dave Preston. Sometimes the local baseball teams play. Is Mattingly frustrating. Other times it's frustratingly maddening. Just another reason. I'm glad they have younguns playing catcher. In addition to hitting homers and throwing out baserunners, the veteran calls a good game. Xfinity helps me call a good game with the X one voice remote. The X one Voice remote allows you to find what you want faster by using voice commands to change channels. Search for shows get recommendations and more. I just say a team or a league, a channel or a network And I'm there used the X one voice remote to manage your wife. I just say, what's my WiFi username and password or show me my wife? I manage your account from your TV..
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"Target. In fact, they say, the gunfire they believe, came from a few streets over So it turned out to be a celebratory occasion for the family celebrating their son going into one of the best institutions in the United States turned into a tragic event. The couple's son, Leonard Cummings played football at Westfield High School in northwest Houston. These are photos from his signing day, according to the district. His mom was president of the Football Booster Club. During his senior year, Leonard spent a year at the Naval Academy Prep School before moving to the main campus. The mayor of Annapolis says they have a crisis team helping the family. No arrests have been made. Young black man from Westfield High School. Headed off to the Naval Academy. To play football. Following in the the footsteps of Roger Starbuck. Going to one of the finest institutions our country has ever produced. I mean, this is this is the American dream. And there's his mother, who was the president of the booster club of the football team at Westfield High School in the spring. I s D. Can you imagine how proud Michelle Cummings and her husband were? To be at the Naval Academy, and they're staying at the graduate Annapolis Hotel. They are just soaking up the pride they have in their son. And she shot and killed by some random thug. Tell me.
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"At the graduate annapolis hotel. They are just soaking up the pride they have in their son is she shot and killed by some random thug tell me again about white supremacy and how dangerous it is for black people. Tell me alive healthy. Comb.
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"In Friendship Heights and is brought to you by mattress warehouse. Buy with confidence with a one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. 9 41, now the mother of a naval Academy midshipman was shot to death early yesterday morning as she sat outside her Annapolis hotel 57 year old Michelle Jordan. Cummings, settling her son into the Naval Academy was with others on the patio of a West Street hotel after midnight when she was hit by gunfire. Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley expressed the shock and horror of the city. This city's heart is broken. Somebody has lost their mum on the most proudest day, probably of her life. Annapolis police chief Edward Jackson says the gunfire came from nearby Pleasant Street, where someone fired multiple shots at two individuals in a car. At least one of the shots reaching Cummings chief Jackson says detectives are working around the clock to find the shooter, but I'll say to the shooter Turn yourself in. We're coming after you, particularly on O w T O P News was the third homicide in Annapolis this year. The ruling body for college athletics may make a dramatic change. Today, the board of directors of the N C. Double a may approve a recommendation that would temporarily suspend amateur rules. However, the new policy would leave intact the N C. Double A s commitment against a pay for pay for play environment in college sports. There are currently 10 states. In the past, laws are seeing governors issue executive orders allowing athletes to make money from their name, image or likeness, and that number could rise to 15 by the beginning of September. The Supreme Court has left in place The CDCs ban on residential evictions imposed last year to combat the spread of covid 19 and prevent homelessness during the pandemic. The high court by a 5 to 4 votes, refused to lift the CDCs moratorium on evictions. The court's liberal bloc was joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The request to lift the ban on the evictions had been supported by landlords and real estate corporations. Kevin on me clear He does not support the moratorium, saying the CDC exceeded its authority. But he said, because the ban ends in just a few weeks on July 31st he would oppose the application to end it Now. Steve Futterman, CBS News still to come here on W T O P, receiving a reparations check for her grandfather's labor. Truly amazing. I'm Michelle Marila. It's 9 43. Team.
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"5 40 now In the military base in western Iraq that host US led coalition troops has come under attack from rocket fire. At least 10 rockets targeted the air base this morning for Iraqi military later released a statement that said the attack did not cause significant losses and that the security forces there had found the launch pad used for the rockets. This was the first attack since the US draw. Kiran Aligned militia targets along the Iraq Syria border Last week, D. C public schools began returning students to in person. Ask his last month. Now the school system will have a so called situation room for responding to Corona virus related issues. Washington teacher's Union President Elizabeth Davis announced the situation room during an address to teachers and parents. This situation room is we have the chance when I would have discussions about reports coming in from you from 115 school and him intervening right away to address the issue. Davis says She will meet with D. C. P S Chancellor Lewis Fair be every weekday morning at nine. Him and again at 4 P.m. to discuss any reported coronavirus case or related issue in the district's public schools. They would then respond to the problem within 24 hours. Luke Luke what? The beauty O P news. The Naval Academy is trying to get a handle on a Corona virus outbreak and now another group of nearly 100 infected midshipman have been moved to an Annapolis hotel in order to increase space at the academy's Bancroft Hall dorm This the second group of midshipmen moved out of the dorm. Almost 200 all are now quarantining it. Two different hotels. The drive is underway in the General Assembly to overhaul Maryland's alcoholic beverage sales laws to allow grocery and chain stores to sell beer and wine. Haley Locklear, president of the Maryland Retailers Association. Says Maryland is one of only four states in the nation where you cannot buy beer in a grocery store. She's helping lead the dry for change, which he says consumers want. They want to be able to buy beer and wine in their local grocery store or at their wholesale club. Their pharmacy, a bill in the General Assembly would change a 1978 law. That prohibits chain stores in Maryland from selling alcohol Denying licenses to non Maryland residents, particularly on O w. T O P News. A drama's been playing out between two female bald eagles in a nest at DC's National Arboretum. A new young female bald eagle arrived a couple of weeks ago and has displaced the previous female bird. The named the names Bird is first lady from the Nest. Now the male bird Mr President had been with the first lady at the Arboretum Nest Since 2014 and expert tells the Washington Post that the bald eagles typically mate for life and less, they're having problems Having chicks at the University of Virginia leaders for fraternities and sororities have extended their restrictions on in person activities, even though the school has lifted stay at home orders for students. All in person. Activity for fraternities is suspended until the end of March. Sororities will resume in person gatherings on March 13th U VEET now allows student gatherings of up to six people with masks and social distancing up ahead on w. T. O P New York's governor is avoiding the spotlight now, amid growing calls for his resignation. It's 5 44. If they cannot administer.
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"Group of nearly 100 Naval Academy midshipman Infected with Cove. It have apparently been moved. Who and Annapolis Hospital and Annapolis hotel that is a hotel in order to increase space in the academy's Bancroft Hall dorm. This is actually the second group of midshipmen moved out of the dorm, almost 200 all our quarantine we hear this morning and Different hotels. The academy is scrambling right now to control the Corona virus Outbreak,
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"Schools will have a situation room that immediately responds to Corona virus Outbreak. Washington Teacher's Union President Elizabeth Davis announced the situation room during an address to teachers and parents. The situation room is with the chancellor and I would have discussions about reports coming in from you from 115 school and him intervening right away to address the issue. Davis says she will meet with D. C. P S Chancellor Lewis Fair be every weekday morning at 9 A.m. and again at 4 P.m. to discuss any report. Did coronavirus case or related issue in the district's public schools. They would then respond to the problem within 24 hours. The teachers union requested the safety measure last month after a D C teacher died from the coronavirus Luke Luke hurt the beauty opinions. W T O P has reached out to D. C public schools for comment. NEW Tonight Another nearly 100 Naval Academy midshipman infected with covert have been moved to an Annapolis hotel in order to increase space and the academy's Bancroft Hall dorm. This is the second group of Mitch. Shipman moved out of the dorm this week. Almost 200 all our quarantining at two different hotels. The academy is scrambling to control Ah Corona virus outbreak this month. What goes into a school holiday? That's the issue and Fairfax County or the school board is telling the superintendent to scrap propose calendars for the next school year in the fall and come up with something new. There are proposals to give time off for four additional holidays, Russia, Shanah, Yom Kapur, the Hindu festival Diwali and the Muslim holiday EAD. The board has called on Superintendent Scott Bray brand to develop another calendar option that addresses a list of concerns, including inclusivity and student wellness with a vote, too. Finalized the calendar scheduled for March, 18th. The board also told the superintendent to consider granting students a couple of floating holidays every year that they could use to earn excused absences for religious rites or observances. And new this evening. Virginia Commonwealth University is starting an independent review of Greek life following the death of a freshman from Loudon County. 19. Year old Adam Oaks was found dead at an off campus residents over the weekend, his cousin told The Richmond Times Dispatch that Oaks went to a frat party where he'd been told to drink an entire bottle of whiskey. She says hoax was then blindfolded, and he hit his head on a tree. The cause of death is not known yet. VCU chapter of the Delta Chi fraternity has suspended operations while police investigate. I had on w t o P Neera Tanden will work in Joe Biden's White House, but not for the top budget job She was nominated for that nomination has been pulled tonight. We've got some analysis just ahead. It's 10. Oh, wait, Get a $59 precision furnace tuna by calling 809 48 months, traffic.
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"Two dozen patients at ST Elizabeth's have died from covert 19 at a new report this week suggests the hospital was slow to react to the covert pandemic. The report from disability rights, D C and advocacy Group for People with disabilities concludes that scene Elizabeth did not take aggressive and effective measures to protect patients from the deadly virus. 17 patients and one staff person at the hospital have died since last March. The report says the hospital failed to prepare and did not follow CDC guidelines. Spokeswoman for the D. C. Department of Behavioral Health, Erica Cunningham tells The Washington Post. The hospital did follow CDC guidance, including regular testing of patients and staff at hearing the quarantine protocols in Prague. For use of PPE. Kyle Cooper. W T. O P. NEWS. Dozens of Naval Academy midshipman have been moved from the academy's dorm to a nearby hotel amid a spike in covert 19 cases. Sunday, the academy returned to remote learning to try to stop the spread of the virus within the brigade of Midshipmen. Last night Monday night. 98 midshipman who are recovering from being infected, are being temporarily moved to a downtown Annapolis hotel to provide space for social distancing in the dorm itself. Double d t O. P at 205, Maryland, receiving its first delivery this week of Johnson and Johnson, the one shot covert vaccine. Maryland's acting health director, Dennis Rader, says the state is getting 49,600 doses of the new J and J vaccine and has mapped plans for its distribution. The White House and the CDC have asked us To spread these doses across. They don't want us targeting specific populations. More than half the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is going to mass vaccination sites at MNT Stadium in Baltimore and Regency.