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Suspect Allegedly Stabs Man Multiple Times in Anne Arundel County Near Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Suspect Allegedly Stabs Man Multiple Times in Anne Arundel County Near Washington DC

"Police call it terrifying. A man attacked a driver, her son and police on Saturday afternoon with no apparent motive. It happened in a residential neighborhood of Arnold, a woman called police after a man who blocked her way on a road through himself against her car, claiming that she had struck him and then stabbed her 20 year old son when he got out of the car. Officers arriving on campus Green drives saw his six inch knife and a bloodied shirt, police say when he refused to surrender. He was taste but continue to fight. That's when an officer used his card to knock the suspect to the ground. 30 year old Theodore James Buffington had to be tased again before he could be taken into custody. He faces numerous charges. Stabbing victim has serious but non life threatening injuries. Sandy

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Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments In Anne Arundel County Canceled As Officials Wait For Doses To Arrive

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments In Anne Arundel County Canceled As Officials Wait For Doses To Arrive

"7000 covert 19 vaccine doses from the state. And that means a bunch of vaccine appointments for second doses have to be rescheduled. Dr. Anil Eshkol Yana Rahman says it's okay if your appointment is is rescheduled because you can wait up to six weeks for that second dose. But this is leading to a domino effect. It's gonna take well into March. To get through this group. So really ask her, Ask folks for their patients. I know it's difficult, but we're recommending is for everybody to get pre registered when you do that. Remember that it's still important to wear your mask, distance and avoid gatherings, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman says the 3400 doses that they did get will be prioritized for senior citizens and teachers. Pittman also says he's quarantining as a precaution because he may have been exposed to Cove it he has so far tested negative. There is a new push in Maryland to get folks and

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Anne Arundel Co. cancels 2nd dose vaccine appointments for Tuesday, Wednesday

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01:09 min | 6 months ago

Anne Arundel Co. cancels 2nd dose vaccine appointments for Tuesday, Wednesday

"Ticked off this morning because their vaccine appointments are being canceled and Anna Randall County they've canceled second doses for today, Tuesday and Wednesday tomorrow. That's the ninth and 10th in February because of delivery delays, apparently from the Maryland Health Department. The Health Department sells double duty opiates aware of the problem, it says the Maryland Department of Health ordered the second dose is Monday morning. Well in advance of the established order line, the ordering deadline and the doses are set to arrive today, they say. Maryland's Health Department says other local health departments of scheduled their clinics in accordance with the vaccine schedule. The Maryland Health Department also says the CDC centers for Disease Control and Prevention has provided guidance that people can actually receive. Their second dose is up to 42 days after the first shot. Anyone who had scheduled appointments listen up that were canceled, will be offered a new appointment this weekend on Saturday through at email or voice message, not specifically four Saturday, but your messaging will come email or voice message on Saturday about your next appointment, and Randall County says more than 7000 vaccines have been delayed over the past two weeks. First dose vaccine clinics are unaffected by this delay. Maryland health

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02:57 min | 7 months ago

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"Good morning to you. I mean, Blaine, we do indeed. Thank you for taking us along for your Wednesday morning Dry topping the news as we head into the stay together a clearer and more frightening picture this morning now emerging of exactly what happened during that mob. Riot at the Capitol A week ago. Today some instances MPD and Capitol police weren't open handed combat with somebody's persons inside the Capitol, where tear gas was used on the Capitol police and federal officers, and they were also used against some of these Ryder Michael Sherwin, acting U S Attorney for D. C. Speaking at a news conference with the FBI. We get more now from double duty Opie National Security correspondent J. J Green this morning in six days we have opened over 160 case files, and that's Just the tip of the iceberg. Stevens on 12, No, assistant director in charge of the FBI's Washington Field office, says they've gotten a lot of help from the public. We have received more than 100,000 pieces of digital media. Acting U. S attorney for the District of Columbia, Michael Sherwin was struck by the range of charges from theft to national security charges. The gamut of cases and criminal conduct we're looking at is really mind blowing and rounding up all the suspects is going to take many, many months. Everyone is in for the long haul, JJ Green w T o P new double Duty GOP had four old four Wednesday morning. Turning the page this hour. A strain of covert 19 that is spreading more quickly across the world shows up for the first time in the D C metro area during a press conference, Maryland governor Larry Hogan says a private lab was first to uncover evidence that the cove in 19 Varian, first detected in the United Kingdom is here, revealing a couple from Anne Arundel County has confirmed cases. One individual recently returned from travel abroad. One is the spouse of that individual. They're currently in isolation. They're conducting contact. Tracing Logan was in contact with CDC Director Robert Redfield, who told Hogan that they're sure the variant is already in every state, while the varying to set to spread faster. It is not more potent or deadly than the original virus. Ken Duffy. W T. O P. News supply of covert 19 vaccine has not flowed locally. A smoothly is necessary for Marilyn to begin vaccinating people in the priority group known as one B, but Access to vaccinations is loosening up elsewhere around here. Let's talk this morning know about Northern Virginia and DC moving into a new phase in their plan. There is a mad rush for people to get their shot. On Monday, Health departments in D. C. In northern Virginia began to accept vaccination appointments for people who fall into phase one B, which includes essential workers and older adults. And within a day some of those health department saw thousands scrambling to get vaccine appointments. Jeremy Lace it with the Fairfax County Health Department response has been over well. I mean, they are eager to get their vaccine, which had thousands of calls into our call center in Lamb County. A voice message even says they're no longer accepting appointments this week, and D C announced that the 6700 appointments that they had available were already filled up. Luke look..

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01:36 min | 7 months ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"Should not be able to fly and should be placed on the no fly list. Schumer says He's contacting the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. We cannot allow the same insurrectionists too. Get on a plane on caused more violence. Such action is legal, Schumer says, since the people he wants to bar are a threat to the homeland. Steve Futterman CBS News Everybody flying to the U. S. Must soon test negative for covert 19 within three days before their flight or show proof of having recovered from the new virus. This order signed tonight by the CDC director starts January 26th one's passengers arrive in the U. S. The CDC recommends they are tested again in about five days and stay home for a week. The CDC says these efforts will help slow the spread of the new viruses. Vaccinations continue in the U. S. Ah, strain of covert 19 that is spreading more quickly across the world has shown up for the first time in the D C metro area during a press conference, Maryland governor Larry Hogan says a private lab was first to uncover evidence that the cove in 19 Varian, first detected in the United Kingdom is here, revealing a couple from Anne Arundel County has confirmed cases. One individual recently returned from travel abroad. And one is the spouse of that individual. They are currently in isolation. They're conducting contact. Tracing Logan was in contact with CDC director Robert Redfield, who told Hogan that they're sure the variant is already in every state While the variant is set to spread faster. It is not more potent or deadly than the original virus. Kenzo FEA W T O P New Covert affects the MBA and college hoops. The story ahead. Hello,.

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Several Capitol police officers suspended, more than a dozen under investigation over actions related to Washington DC rally, riot

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Several Capitol police officers suspended, more than a dozen under investigation over actions related to Washington DC rally, riot

"Several U. S. Capitol police officers have been suspended and more than a dozen others are being investigated for possible involvement or inappropriate support of last week's violent mob attack at the Capitol. Washington Post reports. Eight separate investigations are underway. In some cases, officers posted messages supporting the attack on social media or posted inappropriate images across the country. Police officers and at least one police chief for facing termination or discipline, including one officer from Anne Arundel County,

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COVID-19 impacts Anne Arundel County youth sports near Washington DC, hundreds being asked to quarantine

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00:45 sec | 8 months ago

COVID-19 impacts Anne Arundel County youth sports near Washington DC, hundreds being asked to quarantine

"Positive coronavirus cases on various teams. Ah Maryland County is pulling the plug on youth sports more than 800 athletes and coaches and Anna Randall County have been asked to self quarantine due to positive coronavirus cases this fall. According to the Washington Post. There have been 39 people connected to youth sports in the county that have tested positive for the Corona virus. So the counting decided to halt youth sports completely. The counties and cities can opt out in Maryland winter sports are set to begin on December. 7th in Arrundell, Howard and Baltimore have already stopped youth sports completely. Montgomery and Prince George's counties have restrictions based on the amount of contact Virginia is limiting Spectators. But allowing sports and D C is expected to announce guidance on sports soon Valerie Bonked w

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03:10 min | 9 months ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"Some new names added to the Biden team sources say former campaign manager Jim O'Malley, Dillon is going to serve as deputy chief of staff representative Cedric Richmond is going to leave his Louisiana congressional seat to become a senior adviser. Sources weren't authorized to disclose the staffing announcements, which are expected to come tomorrow. Last week buying tapping his foreigners. Former senior campaign adviser Ron Claim the service's chief of staff president Trump still refuses to concede and allow President elect Joe Biden's transition team to start work. But the White House National Security adviser, Robert O'Brien, saying he's prepared to oversee an orderly transition of needed they have the Biden Harris ticket is determined to be the winner and, you know, obviously things look that way now. We'll have a very professional transition from the national security question Counsel. There's no question about it that sound courtesy of the Soufun Center. Ah hand tally of the presidential race in Georgia, turning up more than 2500 votes in one county that weren't counted. Elections officials say it won't alter the outcome close to five million votes cast all told in Georgia by leading Trump by about 14,000 at last count. Was found ballots were in Floyd County that president taking that county was 70% of the vote to Biden's 30%. The incident is believed to be isolated. A woman who sat on the grand jury for the Briana Taylor case is speaking out tonight. She says she does not think the justice was served. The woman is the third grand juror to speak anonymously about the September proceedings. The 12 member panel wasn't given the option to consider charges against the officers who fatally shot Briana Taylor in March. Former officer Brett Hankinson was charged with three counts of wanting it. Endangerment for firing into an adjacent apartment. In an interview with The Associated Press, the grand jurors said she came forward because she wants Briana Taylor's family to know she didn't support the findings. She believes the investigation was incomplete in the prosecutors wanted to give police a slap on the wrist and close it up. She says she and other jurors were rankled by statements by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron after the proceedings, including the grand jurors agreed that no other charges were justified. She said. Quote. He made it feel like it was all our fault. And it wasn't I'm Jennifer King, Virginia judges dismissed the charges against the black state senator, police said, conspired to damage a Confederate monument during those protests last summer, and Portsmouth The Virginian pilot, reporting the city's top prosecutor, asking that the charges against Senator Louise Lucas be tossed out. Commonwealth's attorney said the elements of the charges weren't properly met. But just before that decision, the Portsmouth police chief called it a political move and then was fired. And a local police chief is expected to switch departments here. And when she takes the reins and Anne Arundel County, she will be bringing several first I had to be sure that our next chief had that rare combination of professional skill and heart and in a rental county executives to a Pittman says he found that in Hyattsville is police chief. Um all I would just so again humbled. By this, uh, selection, she will become the county's first female and first black police chief. It's impactful, not just for me. But for other women aspiring to leadership positions. She also becomes the first LGBT Q person to hold the position with her approach to policing..

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01:39 min | 11 months ago

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"Today. BB NT Now truest member F D I C. W T Open used time. Six traffic and weather on the eights. Here's Bob well, very heavy rain from Annapolis across the Bay Bridge of Stevenson, Stevensville and Grayson Ville coming down very hard there, but traffic volume is very light. But you probably want to stay away from 4 50 near ST Stephen's Church Road wouldn't doubt that that's underwater. It tends to be when it rains very hard Beltway outer loop before to 14 Central Avenue. I had a car stopped and blocking the left lane and traffic on 1 93 just south of route 50 got some flooding. Going on down there in traffic is very slow, if not stop it both corrections to the south of Route 50 on Enterprise Road and 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway doing okay right now. But in Montgomery County have 28 closed both ways just for the West Baltimore world at Rock Creek between our drive and Baltimore Road has been closed in both directions with local flooding there. There have been a couple of crashes. Era's well on 95 B W Parkway to 70 really no problems in Virginia side. We're hardly any rain is falling. Things were running pretty freely along 66 95 South for anointed off and on over the Occoquan through Stafford headed toward Fredericksburg. Just volume delays from the battlefield to board room. American Military University educates. Those who serve AM was affordable attracts Tom faculty and fits your career goals. Push your minded am you online dot com Bobby W We travel. Let's get back to Storm Team four. We've got Mike Standiford standing by as we continue to have the heavy weather in Prince George's and Anne Arundel County. We have concerns around the Annapolis area. Phyllis in.

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Washington, DC - Anne Arundel police hoping to capitalize on increasing interest in cold cases

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00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC - Anne Arundel police hoping to capitalize on increasing interest in cold cases

"A good mystery and with podcasts, TV shows and social media making cold cases, a draw an area Police department is hoping to take advantage of the interest by highlighting local murders that have never been solved. And around the county Police are using social media to highlight a new cold case every week. The citizens and their tips. I might not be able to get some of my cases even go into Detective Regina Collier has around 70 unsolved homicides. She wants to close some of them. Nearly 50 years old. And she says, Bringing these cases back up sometimes triggers a change of heart in someone who can help but just hasn't offered to. Yes, sometimes people's relationships with the people in question change or the suspect died, and now they're not scared anymore. The first case highlighted involved in 1970 for murder of Lois Williams. Williams and her six year old son were living with her grandmother in Laurel, Maryland. John Doman w T. O P News heads up to

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"This morning in Portland, Oregon, where protesters continued to face off against federal agents sent in by President Trump. The president is also threatening to send federal agents to Chicago and possibly other cities to fight a spike in violence. Joining us for more is kenwalsh White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Can the president's doubling down on that law and order theme we've spoken about, But is it resonating with his supporters? Or is it being lost amid the pandemic here? Well, I think ah, little both. But I think it's one issue that President Trump and his people feel can have residents beyond his supporters. And you've seen that in an ad that they created. Joining an elderly woman in a house invasion situation. She calls the police and they're not there because In the ad. The police have been defunded. So obviously they think that this is a winning issue for them, not just with their base, but more broadly, particularly with older people and people feel very vulnerable. And people who are willing to have the federal government take a very aggressive Dance against the civil unrest, and I think that's behind what President Trump student here. On the pandemic. The president finally seemed to be shifting his tone by doing things like canceling the convention and in the CDC pushes for schools to reopen. So what exactly is the message from the White House right now? Well, that's a very good point. It's a mixed message. President Trump does appear to be backing off some of his more intransigent views, such as now he's worn a mask. He's talked about what Marry wearing masks is important. Controlling the spread of the Corona virus and so on. But at the same time, the CDC days is now agreeing with President Trump Three Open the school's perhaps not as extensively as President Trump wants, but they're on the same page. Basically, it appears now probably because of pressure from the White House on the C D. C. It's a very dicey situation because In many people's minds. Pandemic is the number one issue, and people are watching closely to see how president from handles as a crisis manager. We opening the schools is a risky thing, and I think all the scientific evidence points for that. But President Trump has another view of it feels that it's very important Children to be in a school environment. Parents need the Children to be there and so on. So it's a real conflict. But this is one case where President Trump does not appear to be backing off. And it's directly relevant to millions and millions of households will have their Children poised to go back to school in a matter of weeks, and so this is gonna be another big test. President Trump as the election gets closer as to whether his judgment is good on this whole pandemic issue. We're also now hearing there could indeed, after all, be another Corona virus relief bill, and we could Learn a lot more about it tomorrow. Is that an abrupt change for the White House? Well. They have been holding back on agreeing to specific things, although they have been then much more amenable to slowing down the federal aid process, But I think there's so much pressure on members of Congress. To pass another aid package that I think we will see that I doubt President Trump with Fritos is I think it's just too too politically perilous warm and this would be a very popular legislation. I think we will see that package, but it's getting pretty late in the game here. They need to get this done quickly. I think they're poised to do that. However, on DH, I think that you'll see that package passed at least by the Senate in the next week. All right. Thank you. Can that is kenwalsh White House and political analyst for U. S. News and World Report. Three people have been found shot in a wooded area behind the elementary school in Montgomery County. The shooting happened behind Klopfer Mill Elementary on Cinnamon Drive in Germantown. Victims were discovered around eight yesterday evening. Two males and one female were taken to hospitals. The severity of their injuries is not yet known. The pandemic, has taken jobs and hurt small businesses and left some renters in danger of losing their homes. But Anne Arundel County is expanding its efforts to protect renters from eviction. The county has boosted funding for it's eviction prevention program. Using federal Corona virus relief funds, and Arrundell has now put aside for 1/2 $1,000,000 to help renters stay in their homes. The county has another effort underway. That could also help those who rent it's launched the Excluded Worker humanitarian fund. It's.

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"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"Death of George Floyd are expected in DC this week but we could see some protests in Maryland and as well in the capital Gazette reports police Anne Arundel county say they're preparing to keep protesters say for this weekend after getting information some people may try to hurt demonstrators county police chief Tim the Albemarle did not say which protests or possibly where violence could happen he also declined to talk about what police plan to do he says counter protesters could use it to their advantage Annapolis has been the scene of a few protests this week a man arrested for prying up and taking a slave auction block marker in Charlottesville last winter has now had his day in court I felt it was offensive to a significant section of our community Richard Allen told the judge he believed the bronze marker in the sidewalk was insufficient what does it say symbolically to the descendants of enslaved people in our community about our community's actual attention to their reality Allen pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor destruction of property help retrieve the plaque and will do twenty five hours of community service you're logged in steam WTOP news meantime the city of Fredericksburg has removed a slave auction block from the corner of William and Charles streets downtown talks about removing it started back in twenty seventeen that auction block became the focus of local protesters over the past week with demonstrators often stopping along procession routes to chant move the block twice it was spray painted with graffiti up next the money news Wall Street rallies on unexpectedly strong jobs report a new DC area company.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Auto mall **** shot the safe and easy way from the comfort of your home fits small comes to you transparency trust at fit small dot com Dave goldmine WTOP traffic and let's get that story four four day forecast from Chuck bell high pressure is moving into the area it's brought heat and humidity along with that skies will be partly cloudy this afternoon with a build up of thunderstorms expected to begin between about two and three o'clock add in the mountains of West Virginia those thunderstorm chances will reach the DC metro area as you get towards about five six o'clock this evening would you be ready for some thunderstorms for your evening activities rain chance today pretty high at sixty percent and we are also under a slight risk for severe weather for the overnight hours things will settle down skies will be mainly clear towards Friday morning temperatures around seventy Friday afternoon more heat and humidity so more thunderstorms highs around ninety degrees again tomorrow the weekend improvements do arrive Saturday cold front comes on through to the humidity will start to decrease a bet that means your rain chances for about over the weekend as well Saturday's highs upper eighties and on Sunday and Monday sunshine with highs only around eighty degrees and overnight lows in the fifties I'm storm team four meteorologist Jack Belford WTOP and right now we do have sunny skies ET is on the warm side once again we have ninety one degrees in northwest DC with winds up to twelve miles an hour out of the south two eleven here on WTOP announcer the virus pandemic tomorrow afternoon most of Maryland goes into phase two of re opening and this means nonessential businesses can open their doors against still with some limitations but many restrictions including a ban on indoor restaurant dining will remain in place however Montgomery prince George's and Anne Arundel counties will stay in phase one for at least a bit longer Charles county meantime lags behind much of Maryland in starting stage one of the reopening process but now it'll go along with governor Larry Hogan's order order and open for stage two tomorrow at five guys had the vote by the County Board of commissioners to move ahead to stage two came after the commissioners were told the.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"Watch for more response showing up to the scene there in the district westbound Alabama Avenue near Randall place that's a report of a crash I'm reading Kessler WTOP traffic now storm team four meteorologist Matt Ritter it's gonna be hot and humid like yesterday but this time we have a chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop early this afternoon will be scattered around so not all of us will get them and certainly not the same time but any storms form today in this type of environment could have some gusty winds and some heavy downpours I will be in the upper eighties to near ninety and then scattered showers and storms went overnight tonight with a loss of daytime heating warm and muggy patchy fog lows in the upper sixties low seventies mostly cloudy for tomorrow hot and he would get a chance for some scattered showers and some thunderstorms but they may not be as strong how to be the upper eighties to near ninety mostly cloudy early Saturday then gradual clearing behind a cold front hot but becoming less humid highs in the upper eighties to do ninety Sunday mostly sunny breezy pleasant comfortable upper seventies to low eighties I was fourteen for meteorologist Matt Ritter right now we have seventy three degrees in Alexandria also seventy three in Rockville seventy six in friendship heights in seventy nine on Capitol Hill it's seven ten now Maryland is set to go into phase two of re opening to Morrow afternoon at least most of Maryland as governor Larry Hogan made the announcement yesterday this means nonessential businesses can open their doors again including Malin tanning salons and tattoo parlors with limitations many restrictions including a ban on indoor restaurant dining will remain in place but Montgomery prince George's and Anne Arundel counties will stay in phase one for a bit longer much of Virginia also stars face to tomorrow but not northern Virginia yet and no word on when DC might go into phase two you can read more at WTOP dot com search coronavirus governor Hogan says members of the state's National Guard armory in DC only to patrol monuments Hogan says secretary of defense mark asper.

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02:30 min | 1 year ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"AM you online dot com A. M. U. is part of American public university system which is certified to operate by ship ten forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks Maryland in Anne Arundel county southbound before after Plummer Lanier under police direction for the crash there otherwise north on I. ninety five near one hundred we had the crash along the right side response should be on scene for traveling in upper Marlboro old more bold pike westbound between brown station road and John Rogers Boulevard you're under police direction for the crash there an update is south down on five branch Avenue nearest rats road the two left turn lanes are blocked with a yacht so truck and trooper on scene of the crash the main lanes southbound on five are open as you head toward the rats road eastbound route fifty going toward the bay bridge watch out for brief delays passing sandy point to the cashless toll lanes at toll plaza toward the bay other than that you're looking pretty good across the Chesapeake Bay bridge in Maryland things are clear on the beltway as it runs through Montgomery and prince George's county Virginia the elder this is the ramp to eastbound little river turnpike you have to stay alert for some volume delays as you head toward eastbound little river turnpike folks are headed toward heritage Dr which is under police direction to one from between little river turnpike and ravens were for road for the October nineteen testing at Annandale high school no problems being reported westbound only sixty six eastbound sixty six after Nutley street broken down blocking the right lane before the beltway help should be on scene south on I ninety five clear leaving Springfield interchange will once you get into Stafford county year to hook up as you head toward the center park parkway still the crash blocking the right lane two left lanes are getting hit by but the rays are approaching six thirty in garrison ville as we head south on I ninety five no problems on northbound side of I. ninety five are three ninety five between Fredericksburg and fourteenth street bridge rob Stallworth WTOP traffic after a wet start it's turned into a pretty great day Lauren rickets you had a full day right now and I think we're going to continue to be dried today if you're east of I ninety five there's a chance that you could see an isolated shower or thunderstorm but again for the most part a lot of us are staying dry I do want to mention that especially if you're headed out for boating on the Chesapeake Bay there could be an isolated thunderstorm.

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"Constant updates so you never miss a moment on air online on Alexa handle the WTOP act it's four forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when they break camp it'll beltway in Virginia cleaning up the crash on the inner loop this is going to be near exit fifty four route fifty Arlington Boulevard still trying to get things all cleaned up still holding those two right lanes there are some investigation involved here as well bye we have people getting by without delay to to the left to getting by also not affecting any of those ramps coming on from a route fifty to get on the interleukin rest of the Virginia roadways pretty quiet ninety five and three ninety five as far south as Fredericksburg everything seems to be riding in the clear on the district's side getting word that the crash southern Avenue between thirteenth street southeast in valley terraces southeast has been cleared all traveling had been returned to you on the Maryland beltway the outer loop works on your branch Avenue with caution and really should be expecting just about anything we were initially getting by the left you may be over on the right there maybe stoppages in traffic between now and six o'clock as the reconfigure the travel lanes to do some overhead over past work in the coming weeks on that stretch between branch Avenue and Allentown road on fifty across the bay bridge advised reporters still doing two way traffic on the eastbound span but without delay in Arnold Maryland Anne Arundel county route to Richie highway at least northbound after choice road lanes blocked by serious crash and brought like we had a lot of response to putting some medevac action southbound getting by with some police direction had been holding that traffic as well again with caution expect delays Richie highway both directions after our north of choice that enjoys lane on the district's site I check that on the American side on ninety five and all the B. W. parkway no reported delays and onto seventy between Frederick and lane divider lanes are all available Ian Crawford WTOP traffic as we wrap up this weekend the second half is looking a little bit more cloudy cooler with highs only in the low seventies compared to the eighties yesterday and as we have through the night time.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WTOP

"A lot of us are saying what in the world is going on with the weather lately one minutes raining next it's windy then it's sunny raining windy back again storms with high winds blew through the area today knocking out power and taking down trees across the DMV northern Maryland saw the worst of the wind gusts keep ranger with Montgomery County fire and EMS saying the juror would only in sandy spring neighborhoods got the worst of it trees down wires down there were some flyers but again in least enter with a long winter Vista Dr several families will be displaced Garinger also says falling trees damaged several cars in the county including one driving on the interlude outweigh he says no serious injuries have been reported in Montgomery so far the storms are gone but the power outages remain in Maryland BGE reporting almost five hundred Custer fifty customers are out and Howard and Anne Arundel counties pepco reporting more than four hundred fifty in Montgomery County the district and P. G. county first energy working to restore power to over three hundred fifty customers in Frederick and Montgomery counties nine oh four will stay on top of the power situation and so everyone's power is restored now latest on corona virus in this region more than sixteen thousand cases have been recorded in DC Maryland and Virginia more than four hundred sixty dead here's the breakdown in Maryland they're almost nine thousand cases with more than two hundred sixty dead more than six hundred people have recovered Virginia more than fifty seven hundred cases almost a hundred fifty dead in DC almost two thousand have tested positive more than fifteen died but more than five hundred have recovered scary facts here more than half of Virginia's confirm code cases outbreaks are in nursing homes and shortages of staff and protective equipment can make get worse staffing challenges can make them more than.

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Person of interest arrested in connection with shooting of 2 Anne Arundel County police detectives

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Person of interest arrested in connection with shooting of 2 Anne Arundel County police detectives

"Police police have have a a person person in in custody custody this this hour hour in in connection connection with with that that shooting shooting this this week week of of two two Anna Anna Rundle Rundle county county detectives detectives but but they they are are so so far far not not see see much much else else in in making making the the announcement announcement and and around around the the county county police police added added that that they they believe believe there there is is no no longer longer a a threat threat to to the the community community this this all all started started Wednesday Wednesday when when police police investigating investigating a a murder murder in Glen Burnie found the victim's car missing hours later police say a person was spotted driving that car and when a detective attempted a traffic stop he was shot another detective who took up the chase was also shot and the driver fled on foot one detective is in critical but stable condition the other is

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Anne Arundel County delegation approves bills on littering and use of haul seines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Anne Arundel County delegation approves bills on littering and use of haul seines

"No one likes litter bugs sand in and around the county they're planning a crackdown state lawmakers from that area have passed a bill in the Maryland Senate that would allow enforcement of litter and illegal dumping laws that would let the county council formally banned littering and impose criminal and civil penalties for violations on state maintained highways the bill passed in the Senate last week and is now in committee in

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"anne arundel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We were endless hours to make sure that when we delivered. So you fact it's a fact. Shepard Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest. Opinion, WCBS news time, eleven three. I'm Michael L E, and the six eighty WCBS. Marilyn news center. Three Baltimore City department of transportation employees have been fired after fraud allegations surfaced the city's inspector general said tips to the hotline led to a crackdown on city fraud and citizens are seeing people trying to take advantage of the system, and they're calling her office to investigate a five thousand dollar reward offered by the FBI for information leading to the arrest of four Bank robbers responsible for twelve Bank robberies. And Baltimore City Baltimore in an Rondo counties. Investigators believe they hit the Columbia Bank. North Baltimore's village square. Saturday around two Maryland state police say a plane crashed in Chris field Saturday morning about six hundred yards off the runway at Chris field regional airport. The pilot Dennis Shaw called his wife and while Thome after the crash he was taking a peninsula regional medical center with minor injuries. Police found two dogs in the plane, one had died a fifty four year old man died yesterday after his vehicle ran into a utility pole in Pasadena near mountain road and lakeshore. Dr Anne Arundel officials say fifty five year old woman was injured seriously Saturday, while she was riding her bike and Harwood. When a deer structure on Owens, Ville suddenly road of briefly sports, and your Weather Channel forecast is next. Hi, I'm Bob Papa with elite remodeling dog days of summer, here, we let the winter and spring fast without protecting our largest investment. We make the home last year..

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"anne arundel" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome. That dog lovers. We're here continuing our conversation about canine vaccination with Dr Jason stall. So we have kind of talked about the diseases that are still out there that need to be back Sonate for and we help lead to the fact that every dog lover should have a relationship with their own veterinarian. So that they can discuss the risk factors. Is there anything else that you think my listeners really need to know about vaccinations and their dogs? The topic of vaccines can be somewhat challenging. So we have a variety of different vaccines that are out here. We have what's called quarterback seen. So these are vaccines that those groups that we mentioned believe every dog should receive. So these are the diseases for parvo virus adenoviruses and distemper virus. And so because of the severity of the disease is because of the how common some of these diseases have been dog populations. And because of the fact that we have extremely good. Vaccines for them? These are considered core there also other diseases at depending on where you live. So some of it has to do with geography, and depending on what your dog what kind of environment your dog Lipson spends time with in. You're gonna maybe other types of vaccines that will be recommended. And so these are vaccines, for instance against Lyme disease. Either vaccines against what's called leptospirosis. So this is a type of bacteria that lives in water that can cause very severe disease in dogs and some parts of the United States. These are disease like canine influenza virus. And so people may be aware that there is a type of flu that is specific to dogs, and it is occurring throughout parts of the United States, and it can be very very severe. And depending on the your dog's lifestyle that is something definitely to consider. What can be challenging is that these different types of vaccines have different types of immunity. So when we are targeting a vaccine against these different types of diseases. Some of them are going to work extremely well has to do with the vaccine and all the specifics. We're able to address that particular disease causing agent and some of them just don't work quite as well despite all of our efforts. And so when I say that what do I mean? Well, some axioms may produce what they call a sterilizing, immunity, which means that pretty much all dogs that are vaccinated against that disease are protected against that disease. They won't show any clinical disease or any disease or signs at all versus other types of scenes which are going to help protect that dog, but are not necessarily going to stop all disease. So that's vaccinated may still get disease, but it won't get nearly as severe disease it's much west likely to die from a disease. It's much less likely to shed that disease to another dog. And so it's very important that we understand that. And the same thing is true in human so many of us get the flu vaccine each year and many of us that got the flu vaccine still make get the flu. But the idea is that we don't get as severe up the flu as someone who is not vaccinated. So we need to take all that information together. So that we can understand what makes the most sense for our pet. But also how? Frequently. We may need to go in. So some of these what we call non-core vaccine's was so for instance, like Boorda vaccination or alive vaccination or leptospirosis vaccination will be required generally annually or every year for some of the other diseases which are needed less frequently. So if you're veterinarian says that your dog needs a vaccine every year, they might mean leptospirosis or something, and it may not be that they're trying to over bag Sonate your dog it maybe they know enough about the vaccines and your dog to make that recommendation. Is that what you're saying? That's absolutely, right. And and the data that are out there, certainly support the fact that for many of these non-core vaccine as the ones we just mentioned if your dog is not getting an annual booster of that vaccine, and they definitely are much more susceptible disease that a dog that is boosted appropriately. So so it's important to and if you have questions, you should really ask I'm so so take a look at this resources or talk to your veterinarian about why the record. Mending the frequency. So really went all my listeners to know that vaccination is not the only reason to see your veterinarian. And we're talking about vaccines today and have hopefully convinced everyone how important they are. But you're better Narian is your partner in tearing for your dog. So there are other things that you can discuss and learn from your veterinarian, not just vaccinations, but I think every dog needs some sort of vaccination protocol, and it should be worked out with your veterinarian. Would you say that you agree with that? Oh, there's no question and people probably know this, but but pretty much across the United States rabies is considered a required mandatory vaccine. And so in some locations, you can get into quite a bit of trouble and not only that, but if your dog is ever exposed to a rabid animal. So in other words, your dog has a fight with a raccoon or your dog picks up a dead bat in the yard and either that animal is a wildlife animal is known to be rabid. So it's tested. Found be rabbit or cannot be tested your dog, depending on its vaccine status will have an rabies vaccine status that will determine what happens with your dog. And so in some cases, if your dog is vaccinated that is an extremely long quarantine. So it's a six month quarantine, in some cases, or potentially even in some cases, recommending euthanasia. So there's a lot of reasons to vaccinate certainly the primary one should be protecting our pets. But in some cases, there can be legal components to it as well. So there are people in the world that still get rabies not necessarily overwhelming numbers in this country. But rabies is very real. And I think it's become such a common word. We talk about rabies vaccine that we forget that people die from rabies estimates that over twenty thousand people each year in parts of the world or dying from rabies in the United States, generally only a couple each year and most of those acquire the disease and other countries some of them do acquire in the United States. But you're absolutely right. Well, I hope that. All my listeners got their crash course about vaccinations, and we.

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"anne arundel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr news this is all things considered i'm mary louise kelley and audie cornish now to the latest news on the ongoing investigation of yesterday's deadly shooting at the capital does that newspaper in annapolis maryland five staff members are dead the suspect is being held without bond intern anthony messenger was in the newsroom when the shooter stormed in in the early afternoon and in an interview with nbc's today show this morning messenger describes the scene initially i thought it was fireworks i heard a pop and i turned and looked over my shoulder toward the front of the room for the entrance i saw that the glass doors that opened up into our office for blown out and then i heard a second pop i ran toward the back exit of the of the office messenger and others hid under desks and pled for help on social media and quietly called nine one one npr's jeff brady isn't annapolis where he's following the investigation into this shooting jeff what more can you tell us about what a thorn have learnt one bit of new information came from the anne arundel county state's attorney adam he's the local prosecutor as part of his argument to a judge that the suspect in this case his name is jared warren ramos that he should be held in jail without bond adams told the judge that this was a coordinated attack a targeted attack and that the suspect took steps to hurt as many people as possible here's how adam says he backed up that argument before the judge there were two entrances to the officers in which this attack occurred the rear door was barricaded mr romo's then entered into the front door and worked his way through the office shooting victims as he walked through the office there was one victim that had attempted to escape through the back door and was shot at that point police say the suspect is not cooperating with the investigation they even had to use maryland's facial recognition software to figure out who he is so if they aren't getting cooperation from the suspect how is this affecting the case they have to follow other leads to figure out what happened investigators they they did find the suspect's car near the capital gazette office so they searched that but we don't know what they found in their they've also searched his apartment police say they found evidence there that shows the suspect planned the attack but they won't be more specific than that authorities say that the suspect used a twelve gauge pump action shotgun which was legally purchased about a year or so ago those guns aren't related under maryland law just under federal law and we're learning more about the police response it was very quick within a couple of minutes and the police chief says officers did not fire any shots during the process of taking the suspect into custody they say it's clear the suspect acted alone and they don't think there's any more danger now that he's in custody some personal history that's come out the suspected shooter at filed a defamation suit against the capital gazette for coverage in two thousand eleven of his conviction in a criminal harassment case understand that lawsuit was dismissed and on the suspects twitter feed he was critical of journalists what new information we learned about this part of the story the chief of police in randolph county timothy ulta mary says in may of twenty thirteen the suspect made threatening comments online directed against the capital gazette chief mary says detectives spoke to the legal counsel at the capital gazette and and held a conference call with several members of the staff on that conference call 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 we haven't been able to reach the folks at the capitol to confirm this or or get a reaction to it so how are people in annapolis responding to this attack on their community paper there's a community vigil tonight it's happening this evening and then near the office building where the shooting happened people are dropping off flowers i've seen notes some look like little thank you cards addressed to the capital gazette a sympathy cards round town i've heard people say that this is a newspaper they.

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"anne arundel" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"That the statement was false so if you're suing for defamation you she kinda got prove that the court papers show the he'd filed a defamation suit against the newspaper in two thousand twelve but a judge threw out the lawsuit and said the romo's fails to come close to alleging the case of defamation maryland appeals court further concluded that everything printed or you're right about the article in the july thirty first twenty eleven newspaper story about rama's appears to be true according to the court case ramos had pleaded guilty on july twenty six twenty eleven in anne arundel county on charge of criminal harassment got a ninety day suspended jail sentence which basically means you didn't go to jail eighty was told if he remains a good boy for ninety days for three months year fine five days later what i'm just saying i ironically stands out to me that the jail he would have gone to the county jail is a block away from the shooting place right so five days later the capital ran a story by this guy no longer works there saying jared with the headline jared wants to be your friend but basically described the harrowing situation of a woman who is continually harassed by ryan ramous ramos after he contacted her on facebook facebook you probably gotten a friend request message from an old high school classmate you don't quite remember for one woman that experience turned into a year long nightmare and this is a fabulous story just on its face because that totally is a freaky thing to have happened and this woman's saga is horrific and in this guy is anyway the story said the ramos out of the blue had contacted her and thank you for being the only person ever right there you're like jesus ever ever to be nice at a rondo high school but the renewed friendship turns sour rapidly after ramos turned on her the story said the victim was not identified in the story or court papers so this guy is just insane so it goes on that's sparked months of emails in which rama says alternately asked for help.

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"anne arundel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Authorities accused thirty eight year old jared ramos of carrying out a targeted attack yesterday against the capital gazette they say the maryland man was wielding a shotgun when he blasted his way into the newsroom at around two thirty in the afternoon lieutenant ryan frazier is with anne arundel county police says first responders are credited with saving lives since they were on the scene within sixty to ninety seconds she was taken into custody by officers there was no gunfire exchanged between officers in the suspect police identified mr ramos with the help of facial recognition technology six years ago he sued the capital gazette over the papers article in twenty eleven about his guilty plea to criminal harassment authorities say the attack followed threats on social media that indicated violence putting aside the difficulties of covering his own emergency reporter chased cook tweeted we are putting out a damn paper tomorrow profiles now on the victims in the shooting from this morning's mike gavin veteran editor and columnist robert highest in was a mentor to many of the younger reporters he was fifty nine also killed sixty one year old gerald fishman who spent twenty five years of the paper he was the editorial page editor john mcnamara was a twenty year veteran of the paper the fiftysixyearold authored two books about university of maryland sports also thirty four year old rebecca smith who joined newspaper last year as a sales assistant the fifth victim was wendy winters a sixty five year old editor and community reporter who volunteered with the girl scouts gordon thank you mike nine minutes after the hour the capital gazette published a paper today as promised after its newsroom was ripped apart by gunfire yes we're putting out a damn paper tomorrow the newspaper tweeted just after midnight today fulfilling a promise made by a reporter earlier yesterday today's headline reads five shot dead at the capital crime reporter phil davis tweeted there is nothing more terrifying than hearing multiple people get shot while you're under your desk and then here the gunman reload from capitol hill reaction from senator ben cardin of maryland who don't know why somebody would do this using a shotgun causing this violence he called the capital gazette a great community asset the annapolis gazette is the homegrown local newspaper this is just unbelievable and tragic editor jimmy d butts wrote on twitter there are no forty hour weeks no big paydays just a passion for telling stories from our community he described himself as feeling devastated heartbroken and numb it's ten minutes after the hour on this morning america's first news you don't often find.

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"anne arundel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"anne arundel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A shooting at the gazette newspaper in maryland the shooter is in custody reports indicate four are dead at least twenty had been injured let's go now to fox for continuing coverage on this mass shooting who's working this from a west coast news up first though a new tweet from police this again from anne arundel police the county is a an rundle two words local santa rondo and they're confirming confirming active shooter at eight eighty eight deaths gate road at annapolis building evacuated that's new they've gotten the building evacuated officers continuing to search building relocation point is inside the lord taylor in the mall so this is right next to a fairly a fairly large and well known mall there and everyone who was in that building they wanna keep them all together so that they can interview them and make make sure to get everybody's story straight so what they're doing is they're relocate locating everybody who was there at the time to nearby mall at a lord and taylor store which they've just sort of take it over you might imagine anything near here they're going to shut down trace reported that the parent company of this is the baltimore sun so they've swept the newsroom of our friends at the baltimore sun in maryland just as a precaution you know something happens in in one division of your company you want to check it all just just to just to be as careful as you possibly can and our understanding is they found no reason for concern at the baltimore sun newsroom but here of course the investigation is just beginning and no doubt it will go on for months and months trait trace gallagher i guess we're just waiting now to hear a little bit more from police we are shelvin just to kind of pick up in a couple of things you said there was as she said no threat to the baltimore sun it was strictly a precaution the reason they went through that newsroom was because it was the parent company of the capital here you mentioned roads closed in the area we have now heard that the interstate four fifty and one seventy eight have now been shut down in both directions so anybody who is who is thinking all right we'll come back just as soon as there are new details released on that shooting in an apple is maryland as it stands right now police are saying four are dead twenty injured at a shooting at the capitol zet newspaper building in and apples maryland the shooter is in custody raw so discussing the report in today's statesman that the government of mexico is very angry with the bastrop county sheriff's department and traffic enforcement that occurred on saturday night the mexican government is angry because some of the people arrested saturday night were in the country illegally and the sheriff reported them to ice the mexican government says seven of those people have already been deported there were thirteen people total turned over to ice after they had been arrested by the sheriff's department on various traffic violations including drunk driving drug charges driving without a driver's license and so we were talking about that live with the sheriff and he feels as though people are being given the wrong impression about this operation he was very strongly opposed to the idea that he and his team were staking out a hispanic area of bash drop to try to catch illegal immigrants line i actually think that's kind of the purpose of the headline here to give the wrong impression yeah you're going to get the wrong impression when it says bass drop traffic enforcement turns into a deportation male and that's not the case he said you know what we had citizens we had civic leaders in this area say we would like to see a stepped up police presence they were able to get that done and they weren't staked out in one place they were going down various different streets and pulling over which they had no idea who the driver would be until they pull them over and citing them or arresting them if need be sixty three people were stopped twenty four were arrested.

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