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AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

anniversary

"The parents of a high school teen killed three years ago in the parkland Florida school massacre are marking the grim anniversary with an online post card campaign aimed at members of Congress Patricia and Manuel Oliver are working through their grief with the creation of a nonprofit calling for gun control the shame cards dot com project in listed artists who drew graphic images depicting dozens of mass shootings around the country like a digital postcard that reads greetings from Annapolis Maryland the birthplace of the twenty eighteen Annapolis shooting at the capital Gazette newspaper and of course parkland Florida where the Oliver son Joaquin was killed decorated with the sun a palm tree and images of a gunman in the hallway of the school and a victim crouched in horror with a gun to the head a call to action is to send them to members of seventeen students and staff members were killed February fourteenth twenty eighteen at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school I'm Jackie Quinn

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WTOP

"Temperatures low fifties back to sunshine for this upcoming weekend with temperatures back around 40 degrees Now temperatures now 32 here in Washington, Frederick Coming in at 27, Fredericksburg, 26. Annapolis at 31, Right, Lauren. Thanks 7 51 now well, the show will go on if a majority of Americans are vaccinated over the next few months. Some theaters may be able to open around the country later this year. It's hopeful news for all who work in theater, Love theater and recognize its economic impact. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he thinks theaters and other venues could open sometime this fall, depending on the vaccine. Roll out. The New York Times reports. The nation's top infectious disease expert, addressed a conference of the association of Performing Arts Professionals, emphasizing that the timeline hinges on the country reaching a solid level of herd immunity, which he says means 70 to 85% of Population getting vaccinated, even then found, she says, audiences might still be required to wear masks. Sandy Cosell w. T. O P. News activists continue to point out the disparity between how the capital protest and riot were handled compared to the Black lives matter. Protests in Washington last summer they end up arresting over 400 people, usual the throat of the ground slap on cuffs. Cart him off. Stephen to let is the pastor of Asbury Broadneck United Methodist Church in Annapolis, Maryland and author of the book Stop Falling for the Okey doke. How the Lie of Race continues to undermine our country and we weren't in any of the pictures sitting behind the speaker's chair in the speaker's office, urinating in the hall, walking out with a podium on Lee 1/4 of the number of people arrested during the George Floyd protests have been arrested in connection with the capital, Ryan. Stephanie Gaines Bryant, w. T. O P News actor and former California Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is calling President Trump of failed leader who will go down in history as the worst president ever in a video released yesterday and posted on Social Media, Schwarzenegger lengthy attack at the U. S Capitol to the country of his birth and compared the mob of rioters to Nazis. I grew up in Austria. And very aware of Christine, not with the night of broken glass. It was a night off rampage against the choose carried out in 1938 that.

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Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

"CBS NEWS Los Angeles U. S Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, will have an historic first this coming Spring Midshipman first class Sydney Barber will be the first black woman to serve as brigade commander in the academy's 175 year history. He also holds an academy record in track and field. Still, there are times when she doubts herself, and that's when she turns to her brother Justin out, say if there's anyone in my life Who's inspired me most. It's him Born with a rare condition that has left him blind and death, Justin was given less than two years to live. Was celebrated his 19th birthday. This past man. He just reminds me that every single day is a questioning Every day's a gift I can't take for granted a gift she shares with her classmates

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‘Important Day For Our Country’: Bill Belichick Salutes Armed Forces On Veterans Day, Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

‘Important Day For Our Country’: Bill Belichick Salutes Armed Forces On Veterans Day, Boston

"Veterans Day, a federal holiday, where America celebrates active service members and vets. Patriots coach Bill Belichick was just asked by reporters to reflect on the importance of the day. It's an important day for our country and for all of us without brother, no football way should only very appreciative of what people on the our forces have done force and continue to do force stuff world out there. Coach Bill Belichick, who is the son of a Navy veteran and grew up near the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, singled out the Navy, saying it's very special to him.

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U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations with over 60,000

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations with over 60,000

"Grim milestones in the Corona virus pandemic, the US seeing a record number of hospitalizations and one million new confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November and state by state. The surge shows no sign of slowing everyone. Governor Larry Hogan says the state is reaching Danger zone with the rising cases. Sadly, as a result, the virus has returned to our state in a big way. So he's reducing bar restaurant capacity from 75 to 50% and producing gatherings of people, saying that the spread is being caused by hosting large gatherings. Crowding in bars, attending House parties and refusing to wear masks. Jakubowski ABC NEWS Annapolis, Maryland

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RFK's granddaughter and her young son missing, family says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

RFK's granddaughter and her young son missing, family says

"A granddaughter and great grand son of the late Robert F. Kennedy have been identified as the missing boaters who were the subject of a search near Annapolis Maryland governor Larry Hogan Maryland lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend daughter Maeve and her eight year old grandson Gideon went missing after canoeing yesterday afternoon on the south river here in and around the county they were last spotted in a canoe near herring bay about ten miles south of Annapolis Maryland natural resources police say the search is suspended for the night it will resume in the

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Is there a way to use facial recognition that isnt a dystopian nightmare?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Is there a way to use facial recognition that isnt a dystopian nightmare?

"This week. We're talking with marketplace reporters about what tech topics. They're watching on their beats as we look ahead to twenty twenty one issue. We can expect to be in the news. A lot is facial recognition in two thousand nineteen San Francisco Band police and public agencies from using it over civil rights fears But it's become widespread in China where it's used for daily surveillance and to track and detain the minority Muslim population there known as the workers. Marketplace's marketplace's Scott. Tong was based in China for years. He's now in our Washington DC bureau. And he's been tracking facial recognition tech in China and here in the US. And I asked him if China I know represents a worst case example of how this can be misused. You know China can be a pretty opaque place but this is what we know about how this technology is being used in western China. The the province of Xinjiang were the most of the week. It's connected to a centralized database so it's used to trap people it's used as a digital dole tether so if you go say three hundred yards away from where you're going at the technology knows that this facial recognition technology knows that So it sure seems like this technology could be used in these camps right to make sure people don't go very far away from where they're supposed to be and that is you know as we said. That is the nightmare scenario. It's it's also a scenario that people a lot of people immediately go to San Francisco has already essentially said no way. Can you deploy this technology on the streets of an American city. But I mean clearly. There are uses for this. That don't involve US living in an Orwellian nightmare right. Like what are the most promising uses of the technology that don't involve a civil rights. Violation law enforcement says this can be used to find missing people missing children if you have them into database and people are walking in by it can find those people The police in the state of Maryland used this. There was a shooting at a newspaper. The Capital Gazette in Annapolis Maryland and the police use use the image from the security camera and compared it to millions and millions of photos of known offenders and then. FBI Database and the driver's license licensed database and they were able to identify the suspected shooter. There was a shooting at a mall in Nairobi several years ago attributed to this extremist group. And now this mall has this. This technology and proponents say that the incidence of crime have gone way down so yes public security and governments. I think are at the center of of this technology story but as proponents put it it surely can be used in a lot of ways that helps society to your knowledge. Is there regulation around the use use in the US other than San Francisco at a national level. I don't think there is because we do know that Microsoft and other companies have have come to Washington and

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Military academies probe possible 'white power' sign at game

Radio From Hell

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Military academies probe possible 'white power' sign at game

"Canada number one racist cadets and midshipmen military officials say that they're looking into why army and navy academy students slash the OK hand sign on live TV live TV during the army navy football game and a why gesture that has become associated with white power white pool uesp white point cadets west point cadets and Naval Academy midshipman made the signal during the E. S. P. N. pregame broadcast on Saturday we're looking into it I don't know what their intention was lieutenant colonel Chris part a spokesperson for the prestigious academy at west point in New York told the Wall Street journal commander Allana Garo's spokesperson for the US Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland said we are where we are looking into it the gesture which looks kind of like a sign for okay with the thumb and forefinger touching to make a circle but it's usually done down low right it doesn't mean it really doesn't matter if it's not in times you do it up sometimes you do it down some notes its the group recently become a symbol used by white supremacists in part because of the because of its

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Annapolis Maryland and got said that for fifty is closed between group to win reva rolled as a result now from garage door repair dot com the W. one A. all weather channel forecast sloughs around early and then some sun mixing in as we go through especially the second part of the day should stay in the mid seventies tonight we will clear drop down to near fifty degrees seven class tomorrow cloudy on Sunday upper sixties to low to mid seventies I mean your old three Stooges from the weather channel on WMAL right now it is seventy one in Gainesville sixty six in the manse get seventy five at Reagan national I'm John Matthews on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall W. M. A. L.. Washington mornings. good morning it's Friday. login to mornings on the mall five oh seven joining us in seven oh five red lights and seven thirty five Larry Michael the voice of the red skins joins us at eight OO five from right marjoram Hudson will be here at eight thirty five. photo joins us somewhere please call me well good morning to you man this is a big week in Washington is that all the time but none seems bigger than this one is Democrats are throwing every thing apple wall they possibly can to see what sticks it's like those images from the invasion of Baghdad shock and all they're trying to lay down as much suppressive fire as they possibly can on the president of the United States they think this is the moment this is the one they can finally get on. but what.

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Maryland, William Sweet And North Atlantic discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Maryland, William Sweet And North Atlantic discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"No was William sweet says the north Atlantic coast is already getting hit hard disrupting traffic along the US east coast cutting parking spaces and sail the stores in downtown Annapolis Maryland he expects high tide flooding on the north west coast to increase by twenty percent this year and on the east coast by one hundred forty

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Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018

"Was involved the single deadliest attack on journalists came in June. When a gunman in Annapolis, Maryland opened fire in the newsroom of the capital gazette killing five chil- NATO. Fox News sheriff's office calls the damage catastrophic from a tornado that ripped through port orchard Washington on Tuesday. Our neighbor's house was demolished. And there was a gas leak. So our St Louis evacuated many spending that I can shelter despite the damage. No, injuries reported new information about the two cops struck and killed by a train in Chicago night before last investigators say the officers probably didn't hear or see the train that hit them because they were concentrating on a train moving on. And adjacent

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Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage

"Working at a drugstore warehouse in Maryland opened fire on colleagues killing three people before fatally shooting herself authorities say the temporary worker 26-year-old snow Chia Moseley got into an argument shortly before the incident at the Rite Aid distribution facility in Aberdeen people shot inside and outside the business. We believe it began outside and moved inside Harford county sheriff Jeffery Galler says there's no motive at this time. She was armed with one hand gun and several magazines. No shots were fired by any law enforcement responder workers at the facility described. Terrifying. Moments of what they called crazy gunfire. People screaming and running in all directions. The sheriff says the shooter used a nine millimeter Glock that was registered in her name. She died at a hospital from a self inflicted, gunshot wound. The attack comes almost three months after manatee newspaper office in Annapolis. Maryland five. Five staff members were killed in that shooting.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC, news, Zion, church Iverson final goodbyes and a final salute in the. Skies John McCain ending a private ceremony at the US Naval. Academy his alma mater in. Annapolis Maryland is flyover salutes when he was military aircraft Canes monetary. Very now at the academy next to the grave of his longtime best friend at. The military school. Admiral Chuck Larson saying that it's working with federal law enforcers to combat, Chinese espionage activity the career website linked in sing it uncovered fake linked in profiles and other fraudulent activity targeting users to recruit spies this may culpa, the Saudi led coalition has acknowledged that, mistakes were made. In August steadily strike that hit a school bus killing more than fifty people of which forty children those figures according, to the rebel controlled health ministry in a statement the coalition. Expressed regret after a team assess, the incident it added it. Would undertake legal proceedings to hold the persons responsible to account the US State Department, welcomed, the, announcement calling it an important first step towards full transparency. And accountability Julia McFarland at the ABC news foreign desk sat. In Syria so far law. Enforcers in the Netherlands are not giving more details About why they believe the Friday stabbing of two Americans and Amsterdam was terrorism they've. Said it's based. On what the alleged attacker in custody said when they grabbed him an, Afghan citizen after he was shot by police Trump administration prepares for the Senate battle over supreme court nominee Brent cabin up this week ABC's Kenneth moten, in Washington Senate Democrats automating more cavenaugh, records hundreds of. Thousands of pages may public as a Senate tries to learn more about Kavanagh's judicial philosophy while working here at the, George W Bush White House but lawyers for the former president. Say even though Bush signed off, the Trump administration is withholding. One hundred thousand pages claiming executive privilege you're listening to ABC news Stay connected stay informed your husky nation station KOMO news good afternoon it's two. Oh to I'm Kelly Blair with the top local stories from. The KOMO twenty four seven news center the Tukwila school board has. Cancelled the first, day of school head of a plan, teaches strike students were scheduled to return on Wednesday last week the Tukwila. Education Association called the strike effective on Wednesday school district met to come up. With a plan to address that decision for. President Tracy Russell released this statement saying it is the full priority, at the board to come to a contract agreement the borders doing all that they can to support this process that expired getting. Session is set for Wednesday meanwhile the decision to strike into coma will be decided in a. Meeting Tuesday night that meeting is at six PM at mount Tahoma high school the Tacoma Education Association says it teaches there don't get the raises they're asking, for they'll hit the picket lines, next, week Tacoma public schools say, the best they can offer is a three point one percent raise. Teachers say that is not Enough after a twelve hour bargaining session on Friday Seattle schoolteachers, finally reached a. Tentative agreement with the district Denise Hagan is a Seattle p.. E. teacher feels great snow when we get.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on KSRO

"From. ABC news, John, church, Iverson final goodbyes and. A final salute in. The skies John McCain. Ending, a private ceremony, at the US naval academy is modern Annapolis Maryland is, fly flyover salutes Military aircraft James body to be buried now at the academy next to the grave of his longtime best friend at the military school, Admiral Chuck Larson saying that it's working with federal law enforcers to combat Chinese, espionage activity the career website linked. In sing it uncovered fake linked in profiles and other fraudulent activity targeting users to. Recruit spies this. May culpa the Saudi led coalition has acknowledged that mistakes were made in August steadily ass strike that hit a school bus killing more than fifty people of which forty children those figures according to the rebel controlled health ministry in, a statement the coalition expressed regret after, a team assess. The incident it added it would undertake legal proceedings to hold the persons responsible to account the US State Department welcomed, the announcement calling it an important first step towards full transparency. And accountability Julia McFarland at the, ABC news foreign. Desk Syria so far law enforcers in the Netherlands are not giving more details about why I believe the Friday stabbing of two Americans. In Amsterdam was. Terrorism they've said it's based on what the alleged attacker in custody said when they grabbed him an Afghan citizen after he was shot by police Trump administration prepares for the Senate battle over supreme court nominee Brent cavenaugh this week, ABC's Kenneth moten in Washington Senate Democrats, automating more cavenaugh. Records hundreds of thousands of pages public as a Senate tries to learn more about Kavanagh's judicial philosophy while working here, at the George W Bush White House but lawyers with former. Presidents say even though Bush signed, off the Trump, administration withholding one hundred thousand pages claiming executive.

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Suicide car bombing in Somalia's capital kills at least 3

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Suicide car bombing in Somalia's capital kills at least 3

"Buried this hour the naval academy in Annapolis Maryland it's a private ceremony held for family and a report claims that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren has a law professor in the nineteen nineties was. Not based on any certian of, Warren's native American heritage in Somalia at least, three people are dead including a child after a suicide bomber. Detonated a car bomb outside a government office in the country's capital, captain Muhammad Hussain said the bomber, tried to speed through a, checkpoint, but was stopped by. Security forces prompting him to detonate The vehicle near the gate of how Doug district headquarters he said another four people were wounded mostly young students at a

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Mollie Tibbetts' father: Stop using her as a "pawn" in immigration debate

Del Walmsley

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Mollie Tibbetts' father: Stop using her as a "pawn" in immigration debate

"Noted McCain detested the abuse of power a private burial service is scheduled for this afternoon at, the US naval academy. In Annapolis Maryland Brooklyn. Community is relieved after an eighteen year old man is arrested and charged with raping an eighteen year old girl police arrested Julio Ayala yesterday, afternoon, after chasing him into a construction worksite social media post.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"John Jeffreys the late. Senator John McCain was eulogized as a man who devoted his life. To public service during a memorial service at Washington's National cathedral yesterday former President Barack Obama, said McCain embodied, the best America has to offer we come to celebrate an extraordinary, man warrior statesman patriot former. President George W Bush also spoke in call McCain courageous decent and honest in, an. Emotional, tribute. Megan, McCain said the America of. John McCain doesn't need to be made great again because America was always great private service is set for. This afternoon. At the US Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland NATO, forces. In Afghanistan have a new, commander US army general Scott Miller took over command in Kabul Sunday as Washington. Continues to deal with the seventeen year long war against, the Taliban the former commander of. The US joint special operations command set at a ceremony that American forces cannot afford to be complacent the us has been working to increase pressure on the Taliban with more airstrikes, more troops, to train, local, Afghan forces but a, Pentagon report earlier. This year found. There's not much evidence it's having a significant impact a Colorado schoolteacher who attacked a student over a refusal to stand for the, pledge of, allegiance retires Angela, Anderson, has details Erin Smith pleaded guilty to. One count of child abuse resulting in injury at February a student. Accused her of grabbing him by the jacket had forcing him to his feet after he, refused to stand, for the pledge while valley school district rules allow students to either, sit or stand during the. Pledge of allegiance span while serving eighteen month deferred sentence Angela Anderson NBC News Radio Texas police you semi truck caught fire Friday morning causing cans of axe body spray to. Explode and launch themselves all across the highway no one.

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Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early

"McCain is being laid to rest today. Private burial is set for the Sam noon at the US naval academy in Annapolis Maryland, following Saturday's funeral service at Washington National cathedral. Four presidents, George W Bush and Barack Obama were among those who paid tribute to McCain. But it was his daughter, Megan, who was the most blunt we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness. The real thing not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice. He gave so willingly nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who live lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served. Megan McCain did not mention President Trump by name, but Trump was not

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China bans pig shipments from areas hit by African swine fever as disease spreads

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

China bans pig shipments from areas hit by African swine fever as disease spreads

"News in Washington I'm Charles Snyder the late era Zona. Senator John McCain being laid to rest today at the US naval academy and Annapolis Maryland. McCain is a nineteen Fifty-eight graduate President Trump will not be there at the request of the McCain valley NPR's, John Stanford reports at McCain's have deep roots in the navy McCain's father and grandfather were both named, John in both were admirals the navy named. A destroyer for them and added John McCain the Senator as namesake in July the Senator served in Vietnam and his experiences a POW is well-known today's funeral will be private. Although President Trump will not be there Trump designated Defense Secretary James Mattis chief of staff John Kelly and national security, adviser John Bolton as administration representatives

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"McCain comes today at a private burial. Service at the US naval academy in Annapolis Maryland thousands packed Washington National cathedral for his funeral former President Barack Obama. Talked of the, need to return to civility speaking of small mean and petty politics. That he termed trafficking in bombast politics that pretends. To be brave and tough but in fact is more, fear John called on us. To be bigger than that the rebuke. From Megan McCain was more direct America John McCain, has no need to, be made great again because America was always great the president's stayed away. From the funeral after being asked by the family not to attend Jerry bowed lender Washington a new US general arrived in Afghanistan as pieces still distant. Army general Scott Miller has assumed. Command of NATO forces in Afghanistan as there are growing questions over Washington strategy to get the Taliban into talks to. End the seventeen year conflict to people have sued, a California based company, whose truck crashed into a greyhound bus under New Mexico interstate this past. Week killing eight people lead investigator for the NTSB peak Kutowski says they've requested the truck drivers medical history only have Information for. Blood for tax purposes And as well. As medical records of the driver those toxicology reports also be attained from the driver AM greyhound bus as well as his medical records both major. Gubernatorial campaigns in Florida condemned racist robo calls to voters from a white nationalist group targeting Andrew gillum he is the Democrats. African American candidate for governor.

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Trump, Sessions approved of Putin meeting proposal: former campaign adviser

Michael Medved

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, Sessions approved of Putin meeting proposal: former campaign adviser

"Daughter's tribute immigrant, children I'm Barbara Kusak the love of a daughter came to life as Senator John McCain's. Daughter Megan delivered a moving tribute to her dad at. His funeral in the, Washington National cathedral. We gather here, to mourn the passing of American greatness The, real. Thing not cheap. Rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice. He gave so, willingly nor the

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Todd after two Americans were, stabbed in Amsterdam Friday officials, in the Netherlands determine the motive. To be terrorism now they say the country's terror threat level remains at four. Out of five the Amsterdam government says it's assessment that it was terrorism comes from what the nineteen year old Afghan citizen shot wounded into tained after the stabbing, said two officers but no word. What was said it happened at the main. City train station the man's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch police are cooperating with German authorities to find out more. About his background the two American victims are expected to live that's ABC's Chuck Sivertsen several references to political climate during tributes at John McCain service, Saturday at Washington National. Cathedral former President Barack Obama saying that McCain never treated anyone differently because, of their race. Religion or gender John believed in honest argument and hearing other views I understood that if we get in the, habit of bending. The truth to suit political expediency or party orthodoxy Our democracy will not work Senator McCain will be laid to rest in the private burial Sunday afternoon next to his best. Friend Admiral Chuck Larson from canes class of nineteen Fifty-eight will take place at the naval academy in Annapolis Maryland Oh the search for person swept away. By raging, flood, waters has been temporarily suspended according. To officials in Maryland the. Body of a man whose vehicle was overtaken by raging floodwaters on Friday. Has been recovered a female good Samaritan, who tried to assist him is still missing state police say efforts will resume in the morning Syrian state TV reported that loud blasts. Coming from an airbase early Sunday were from an explosion at an ammunitions dump caused by electrical, problems not Israel airstrikes Syrian state media citing military sources saying there. Was no, Israeli, aggression you're listening to ABC.

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Meghan McCain says "America was always great" in tribute to her father

Hollywood 360

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Meghan McCain says "America was always great" in tribute to her father

"Megan McCain has delivered an emotional tribute to her, father, daddy Meghan McCain was the first speaker at John McCain's memorial service at Washington National. Cathedral we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness Meghan McCain added the America of John, McCain has no need to be made. Great again, because America was always

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John McCain, Admiral Chuck Larson and Annapolis Maryland discussed on Clark Howard

Clark Howard

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

John McCain, Admiral Chuck Larson and Annapolis Maryland discussed on Clark Howard

"A string of powerful blasts from the direction of a military airport in Damascus lit up the skies and shook the capital city in. The early morning hours Sunday residents in state TV reported the airport's been targeted at a number of air strikes in Syria in recent years of the government is blamed

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John McCain, George Popadopoulos ABC and Chuck Larson discussed on

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

John McCain, George Popadopoulos ABC and Chuck Larson discussed on

"From ABC news I'm Chuck Sivertsen the man who stabbed to Americans yesterday had a terrorist motive says the Amsterdam city administration about the nineteen year old Afghan citizen it says that's based on what. The man said to officers after they shot and wounded him and took him, into custody,

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Will be laid to rest Sunday at the US naval academy in Annapolis Maryland A former Michigan State University gymnastics, coach with ties to serial sexual predator Larry Nassar turned herself into police this. Morning. Michigan public radio shayna. Roth has details when Kathy Klay is turned herself in Lindsay Lemke was waiting outside Lemke says Klay. Pressured, her to stay silent when she told us that Larry Nassar sexually assaulted. Her now Clegg is charged with a misdemeanor and. Felony for lying to law enforcement the. State attorney general's office says clay told police she didn't know about Nassar sexual misconduct but. Witnesses say. They reported Nassar to her in some cases more than twenty years ago here's Lemke if you, try to enable someone who is sexually abusing somebody else. Or abusing on any level there will be consequences and you will be held accountable the charges are part of an ongoing investigation by the attorney. General's office into how Nassar was able to sexually assault hundreds. Of patients for. Decades this. Is NPR and you're listening to WNYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd New York gubernatorial Candidates Cynthia Nixon says she is. Not seeking an endorsement from mayor Bill de, Blasio speaking on New York one this morning Nixon said she is concerned that. An. Endorsement from de Blasio. Could put her in a difficult position with Cuomo and that could have repercussions for the city there. Seems, to be a hard line for the governor to to draw between what. Is a personal beef and what what what he. Takes out on people's constituents and people's. Members Nixon claims some groups that have already endorsed her including the working families party and. Make the. Road New York have since had their funding threatened by the governor.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Service will happen at the Washington National cathedral at ten AM. He'll be laid to rest at the US naval academy cemetery in Annapolis Maryland, and he is asked President Obama and President, George W Bush to speak giving give eulogies. Yeah, man and I'm watching it and is I didn't know the guy. But man, what a hero in so many ways. I mean, he was flying. They shot him down. He was held in a POW camp for years. They found out that his dad and you may have heard the story by now, but they found out that his dad was a big deal. It's this, oh, we can release you, but he knew that would be for propaganda purposes. So he didn't leave the POW camp. He said, I'll be the last one. Go let all the, it's, oh, for years. She was a pretty amazing because other guys wouldn't get let I would be like, let me out fi film now. Listen way too, but his captor soon learned he was the son of a high ranking officer in the US navy and repeatedly offered him early release, but McCain refused not wanting to violate the military code of conduct and knowing that the North Vietnamese would use his releases a powerful piece of propaganda. He served in the military from nineteen fifty eight to nineteen eighty one. From sixty seven to seventy three was shot down and captured by North Vietnamese forces. He was held a POW for more than five years. He was shot down first of all shot down. And then he was a POW for more than five years and then came out of that and gave his life. For our country. Again, again, not just once fighting for us. He then came and served us. And so, yeah, man is I get choked up talking about it was you crazy? I'm not. I'm not the guy that cries people. They don't even know, but he was such a hero. His military credits, three bronze stars, two purple hearts to legion of merit awards, a silver star, and the Distinguished Flying Cross. There's this clipped it was on the internet where he was running for office back in. I believe it was two thousand eight and someone in the cross. I don't trust rock Obama. I think they referred to him as an Arab and John McCain's like, whoa, and and this is even though he was compe- competition, they're running against each other. Hit us that advantage. Absolutely. Ask you a question. I don't even. I can't trust Bama. I have read about him and he's not. He's not. He's. He's an Arab. He is not. No, no, man. No, ma'am. He's he's. He's a decent family man citizen that I just happen to have disagreements with on on fundamental issues, and that's what this campaign is all about. He's not. I mean, we don't see that anymore. We don't see that right now decency. Yup, we don't see it now and anyone that you hear say that Senator McCain was not a hero. They're absolutely one hundred percent incorrect. So rest in peace, and you know what? A great life. He lived for all of us serving just serving, go in and fighting for us. And then again serving us. So, yeah, man. I mean, what else to say? There isn't anything else to say. Yeah, he did a good job with left that Clinton. I mean, he's like a definition of a hero. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. I love that. He asked Obama and George W Bush. I love when I see, even though it's in times of sadness, I wish it was more so in times of just all the time. Seeing different sides unite in it's showing people you can work together, you can. We can be together on this, but really when it comes to. Yeah, if you're fighting for something and the political side, you kind of just have your stance and you work for it doesn't mean you have to like hate each other and all other aspects of life that is not the current culture? No, I know, but maybe this, you know, shed light on that, and people can be like, oh, well, look at those people coming together. They really don't hate each other. You know, Bama and George W Bush don't hate each other, John McCain, and other Democrats don't. I just don't see them genuinely hating each other. The beautiful thing about our country..

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And we're going to talk for just a moment about one hundred ninety five mass shootings in the united states i'm just gonna say the definition of a mass shooting is shooting with two or more victims and the latest was at a newspaper in annapolis maryland the capital gazette five innocent lives were lost i i read about them in the washington post i read the obits and they were apparently five charming and smart and gracious and compassionate people not the kind of people that would engender anger outside of their workplace and it was such an unlikely place the capital gazette is older than the republic itself it's such an old original american institution a newspaper that existed before the declaration of independence that in fact it found the the colonies business to be so urgent that the declaration of independence was published on page two it's a community resource open and welcoming both physically enter analysts typically we've gotten so good ladies and gentlemen we've gotten so good at this mass shooting stuff that the police arrived within one minute of the first shot being fired sixty seconds you had multiple patrol officers on the scene guns drawn and they were able to bring this to a rapid conclusion but we've gotten so used to what happens that what used to be wall to wall television coverage kind of repetitious television coverage for hours or days on end as become happenstance television stations went back to regular programming in barely an hour i guess the producers figured no assault rifle involved no news here the gun was purchased legally and the crime was premeditated take a moment as you gather your family on the fourth of july or at the dinner table tonight to stop to think for just a second about how precious life is and how capricious the man who did this crime is unstable but ask yourself how much the loss of civility in our society empowers or enables the unstable the police did interview this man in twenty thirteen and they didn't dame deem him to be dangerous at that time but he had five years in the echo chamber of the ramblings of his mind amplified by social media so again take a moment to think about how capricious life is and as we move on from there let's talk about nine thousand nine hundred eighty two the first time the democrats campaigned on the next supreme court justice charging that if people didn't democrat democrat didn't donate dollars for democrats and didn't get out to vote and didn't march and all this kind of oh you we against them kind of stuff that indeed that justice would overturn because it was reagan in the white house would overturn roe v wade nineteen eighty two they charge that and you know that justice was that they were protesting sandra day o'connor a woman a conservative jurist but definitely not a foe of of roe v wade and she was a friend and she is a contemporary and a friend of justice anthony kennedy who announced his retirement just this week and roe v wade thirty six years later is still the law of the land and despite all of the sound and fury it is likely to remain so now i know that's going to upset some of the people in the blistering audience but robie wade is settled blah you know who said that roe v wade is subtle blah can't we just move along that was george bush in two thousand four in the second presidential debate with john carey that didn't it by no means was george bush nor am i an advocate an advocate of abortion but roe v wade as a bigger argument about privacy is settled law and for those who fear a justice who might overturn roe v wade you need to look to the two women senators currently sitting in republican seats collins of maine and murkowski of alaska who are both pro choice republican women and we'll be back in just a moment to explain why it's unlikely that roe v wade is in danger and the other smoke coming out of their ears over supreme court nominee from trump yes there is more democratic craziness and.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It's red eye radio he's her curly gary mcnamara boy a terrible shooting yesterday in an apple is in that local newspaper that's fine by dead apparently yeah started around two forty pm and the news broke local time than the news broke shortly thereafter what nationwide very quickly five dead the apparently the shooter who was later arrested according to the capital gazette this was the offices for the capital there in annapolis maryland this say it's a newspaper that's owned by the baltimore sun but apparently the shooter according to the report from the capital gazette had a beef and with with one of the columnists named eric hartley by the way who wrote about a a case that the shooter was involved in and how'd that turn into what happened today they have more details in just a minute for cobra electronics here's your forecast a major heatwave has already consuming much of a central states in mid west end of a south widespread excessive heat warnings in advisory stretch from the plains eastward and will reach the great lakes northeast and met atlantic throughout the weekend elevated critical fire weather threats are going to persist through the weekend from north central california to the four corners region looks like another quiet weekend for the tropics no hurricanes being tracked there has been one named hurricane in the atlantic and two in the pacific as we progress through the hurricane season through the end of november coastal beaches for the remainder of the weekend the west coast mainly dry the gulf area wet from new orleans over to south florida we're expecting the heaviest snow showers today near tallahassee and on the east coast dry from maine to south carolina and then there's spotty showers down through the florida keys your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six ninety redeye the news that affects you at the top and bottom of every hour on news talk eight fifty w f t l stay connected the city.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sunday this weekend likely to be asked about this specific appointment and make his case directly to the president through a medium that he likes to watch and obviously he has also token out against the roe v wade decision so that could be like put people like lisa murkowski and susan collins in a tough position because they have said they don't want that opinion to be overturned but you know by choosing someone who is currently in the senate the president could grease skids to to confirmation because senators are pretty differential to members of their own body being appointed to different positions all right of course that leaves the problem of the open senate seat thanks so much to lose that's to lou ella renita bloomberg news white house reporter coming up on bloomberg politics policy power and lock canada prepares to strike back against us tariffs on its birthday but first let's check on the latest world and national headlines with nancy lyons fencing hey jim thanks president trump is taking time to remember the five victims killed yesterday in a shooting at the capital gazette newsroom in annapolis maryland this attack shot the conscious of our nation and filled our hearts with grief journalists like all americans should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job the suspect jared rama's has been held ordered without has been ordered held without bail on five counts of murder and apples police chief tim l mary says he had a history with the paper issuing threats after the paper ran a story about his conviction in a criminal harassment case it was discussed that the capital did not wish to pursue criminal charges there was a fear that doing so would exacerbate an already flammable situation the city of apple is planning a vigil for the victims tonight in the public square near the state capitol followed by a march to the city's doc for a service by the water you leaders are concerned about stalled brexit negotiations after british prime minister theresa may warn them failure to strike a good deal could endanger european security we currently enjoy a high level of ration with member states of the eu and a number of areas on security important frosted citizens this is what is it steak and i want to see a strong and deep security partnership continuing with all european union partly partners there are nine months ago before the uk officially leaves the european union global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll bank of america is turning to artificial intelligence for guidance the firm's currency strategists are using machine learning programs to tell clients what to buy and sell the is the first of the us is large banks to incorporate a insights into its published currency research the half the began with meltup euphoria ended with meltdown fear we get details from bloomberg's alisa parenti investors breezed into eighteen expecting.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Undeniably irrefutable would i radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six ninety redeye here about that rescue attempt going on in thailand the apparently an underwater cave yet so it's a a cave and i guess there's parts of it that you know the go underwater and you can do diving there's twelve they've been they've been trapped since last saturday i a apparently so this would be we're going on six days a soccer team twelve kids in their coach you know they went into it apparently these places you can walk into the cave but then flooding came in clogged up so they can't get out so they're trying to find you're not you know they've got the help from the united states say they brought over expert divers but apparently because of the flooding the divers even can't get into the parks where they wished to get in they're bringing in this huge drill now this industrial drill they found what they call chimneys some new chimneys they went down to see if they could get down to the main cave and i and i did see some i did get some pictures of it i can't in my mind yet i i can't see the you know in my mind i can't see the entire cave and how it's made it's like six miles long the this this cave with with parts but i guess underwater replace you can dive in and and and exploring and and do all that now they've been they better there before you know they believe that they're still alive because there's areas with you know where they you know they they believe knowing the inside of the cave where they could go even if the flooding came in they could get to higher ground in there they're probably you know alive and okay and they had food and things like that and they've been there before but wow just to strive just watching some video wanted of the the rescue workers but you don't see much everybody just standing around right are they they tried to get through to some chimneys but they didn't go all the way down to the cave they had stopped so must be a whole entire cave complex i saw some pictures colored pictures that had been taken you can find on the internet honey just beautiful scenery underground right yes beautiful and gorgeous but some other breaking news coming across in the last twenty minutes or so jared warren ramos the suspect in the shooting at the capital gazette newspaper there in annapolis maryland is being charged with five counts of first degree murder this is not surprise not a surprise but accord adding to court records those records now being made available to the media the first hearing for ramos will be later this morning that is scheduled for ten thirty a m eastern there in annapolis i'm gonna play a some audio from yesterday and the hearings on the muller investigation this is representative jim jordan of from ohio going back and forth with mr rosenstein from from the justice department the deputy attorney general on the muller investigation and starts out very very blunt sign why are you keeping information from congress i'm not keeping any information from congress that it's appropriate few minutes mr rosenstein think the house of representatives has gonna say something different i don't agree with you congressman i don't believe that's what they're going to say if they do i think in a few minutes the house of representatives is going to go on record saying you haven't complied with requests from a separate and equal branch of government that you haven't complied with subpoenas and you got seven days to get your act together i think that's what's going to happen in a few and that's just that's not jim jordan i think that's how i think it's a majority of house representatives in just a few minutes i think that's going to happen and i wanna why you won't give us what we've asked for sir i certainly hope that your colleagues are not under the impression that is not accurate sir it is accurate we have caught you.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Undeniably reputable red eye radio he is eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara eight six six ninety redeye hear about that rescue attempt going on in thailand the the apparently an underwater cave yeah it's a it's a cave and i guess there's parts of it that you know the go underwater and you can do diving there's twelve they've been they've been trapped since last saturday i a apparently so this wouldn't be we're going on six days a soccer team twelve kids in their coach you know they went into it apparently is places you can walk into the cave but then flooding came and clogged up so they can't get out so they're trying to find you're not you know they've got help from the united states say they brought over you know expert divers but apparently because of the flooding divers even can't get into the parks where they wish to get in they're bringing in this huge drill now this industrial drill they found what they call chimneys some new chimneys and they went down to see if they could get down to the main cave and i and i did see some i i did get some pictures of it i can't in my mind yet i i can't see the you know in my mind i can't see the entire cave and how it's made it's like six miles long the this this cave with with parts but i guess underwater replace it with you can dive in and and and exploring and and do all that now they've been they've been in there before you know they believe that they're still alive because there's areas with you know were they you know they they believe knowing the inside of the cave where they could go even if the flooding came in they could get to higher ground in there they're probably you know alive and okay and they had food and things like that and they've been there before but wow just to strive just watching some video on it of the the rescue workers but you don't see much everybody just standing around right they they tried to get through to some chimneys but they didn't go all the way down to the cave they had stopped so must be a whole entire cave complex i saw some pictures colored pictures that have been taken you can find on the internet honey just beautiful scenery underground right yes beautiful and gorgeous but some other breaking news coming across in the last twenty minutes or so jared warren ramos the suspect in the shooting at the capital gazette newspaper there in annapolis maryland is being charged with five council first degree murder this is not surprise not a surprise but of course adding to court records those records now being made available to the media the first hearing for ramos will be later this morning that is scheduled for ten thirty a m eastern there in annapolis play some audio from yesterday and the hearings on the muller investigation this is representative jim jordan from ohio going back and forth with mr rosenstein from from the justice department the deputy attorney general on the mueller investigation and starts out very very blunt stein why are you keeping information from congress not keeping any information from congress that it's a print a few minutes mr rosenstein think the house of representatives gonna say something different i don't agree with you congressman i don't believe that's what they're going to say if they do i think in a few minutes the house of representatives is going to go on record saying you haven't complied with requests from a separate and equal branch of government that you haven't complied with subpoenas and you got seven days to get your act together i think that's what's going to happen that's that's not jim jordan i think that's the how i think it's a majority the house of representatives in just a few minutes i think that's going to happen and i want to why you won't give us what we've asked for sir i certainly hope that your colleagues are not under that impression that is not accurate sarah it is accurate we have caught you hide i answer mr chairman point of order we can go to mr jordan's press conference listen.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on AP News

"News i'm tim maguire one of the five people killed in the attack on the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis maryland was columnist rob hyacinth he is the brother of south florida author and columnist carl hiaasen he ap's jackie quinn has more on the attack that reporters themselves at the capital gazette in annapolis broke the news on twitter reporting an active shooter amid the coroner's and asking for help when it was over anna rundle county executive steven scheuer announced five people are dead several more are wooded police say the gunman had interactions with the paper in the past acting chief bill crypt this person was prepared to shoot people his intent was to calls horn a source in the federal government tells the associated press facial recognition technology is how they identified the gunman who reportedly maimed his own fingers to prevent fingerprint identification i'm jackie quinn first lady melania trump met with some of the children being held at a facility in tucson arizona border patrol chief owed awful carriers tells the first lady about a six year old boy who was abandoned by an uncle in the desert with only a coke bottle and a note this is something that our people encounter on a daily basis is seeing children that are put and families in very dangerous it's incredible as young as six years old and capitol police arrest some five hundred seventy five protesters inside a senate office building demanded an end to the trump administration zero tolerance policy on immigration former stanford stanford university security guard has been identified in the nineteen seventy four murder of a nineteen year old inside the california university chapel santa clara county sheriff laurie smith says seventy two year old stephen blake crawford's dna was recently linked to the cry today our detectives were serving a warrant and when they knocked on the door of crawford's residents he killed himself this is ap radio news president trump's chief of staff john kelly back in the spotlight as the president prepares to overhaul his communications team rumors swirling once again about kelly's days being numbered two sources say a couple of names have emerged budget director mick mulvaney and vice president mike pence's chiefofstaff nick ayers why now spokesperson says the rumors aren't true contaminated water is getting the blame for recent e coli outbreak officials at the centers for disease control and prevention say the source of the nationwide e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce this year appears to have been tainted irrigation water about two hundred people were sickened and five died in the outbreak that began in the spring illnesses were reported in thirty six states the cdc says the outbreak strain of e coli bacteria was found in an irrigation canal in the yuma arizona area and the investigation continues the officials add that the.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Schnatter it's our number three is where continuing to gather information on this shooting in annapolis maryland at the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis the suspects in custody now there were some earlier reports that the suspect might have been shot and it seems that those reports are dissipating because the police talk the suspect directly to the police facility for interrogation and if the suspect suspect had been shot i would imagine that he'd be chained to a hospital bed or a gurney in surgery at this point that he'd be cuffed so the fact that he was taken directly to the police station seems to indicate that the suspect was not shot now some of the confusion might have entered this picture because there were reports that police din exchanged gunfire or there was some gunfire involved from police now miraculously amazingly the cops arrived within about a minute the reports are that the annapolis police got there within about a minute of the shooting which is unbelievably fast what is not amazing and his horrific is that the death toll now is at five we know very little the individual reportedly had zero idea nothing no wallet no id and used a shotgun blast it out the glass door of this capital gazette newspaper inside this office building in annapolis the death toll according to reports is five so five dead and there are multiple injuries i i hope the death toll does not go up from there but five dead and there are multiple injuries at this newspaper and again the suspect is in custody the cops arrived within about a minute which is unbelievable response time but you can do a lot of damage with a shotgun folks in less than a minute and the other report is is that the shooter is not cooperating shooter in custody and is not cooperating with police and the shooter's identified as a younger man some reports have the shooter in his twenties so we're going to follow this will let you know what develops we're watching all of the baltimore area and washington dc area media to bring you the latest on this story and.

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"annapolis maryland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"annapolis maryland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At the capital gazette in annapolis maryland this man says he says the gunman targeted workers at the newspaper which is across the hall from his office couple minutes and they checked on us in our office mitch okay and told us to just hunker down and they just got the guy pretty quick after that police do not know what led to the shooting there's word that the suspect is not cooperating in is refusing to identify himself up to one thousand homes have been ordered to evacuate because of a wildfire burning at the grand lake golf course in grand lake everything north of county road forty eight eastward rocky mountain national park toward highway thirty four are asked to evacuate large columns of smoke can be seen from the fire but we don't know yet how large it is a wildland fire and costa county is burned four thousand acres and continues to burn out of control this spring creek fires burning east of alamosa there's word that that fire has burned some structures but we don't know yet if their homes are outbuildings twenty five hundred people are vaccinated in forbes park between fort garland and la vida and denver has a new chief of police mayor hancock introduced commander paul pays in who will take over for outgoing chief robert white pays in has been with the denver police department for twenty four years our next news update is at six o'clock i'm karen trinidad koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm busy across the drive today a very slow on through the tech center that was an earlier crash northbound i twenty five after arapahoe also problems on twentyfive adding to a promise actually a crash on parker road right onto twentyfive is has both sides of two twenty five slow northbound jammed back onto i twenty five southbound twentyfive five delays from mississippi c four seventy slowing westbound with the crash at santa fe earlier accident eastbound four seventy morrison's been cleared that's still jammed from i seventy cbs four weather says a slight chance of thunderstorms tonight clear skies lowest sixty four tomorrow mostly sunny with highs in the mid nineties currently ninetysix degrees this update brought to you by tokyo joe's craving something quick that also tastes great and is good for you tokyo joe's is just the place with made.

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